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Anatomy of a scandal

A cloudless faint blue sky greeted me  during the early morning of Tuesday last week. However, one could immediately feel a storm brewing on...

The Prez & the press: What in blazes happened?

It’s inevitable: Rodrigo Duterte and the press will never see eye to eye. There’s simply no way around it. Not now, and perhaps, not...

Indolence as insolence

My recent three-day bout with the flu was anything but normal. Younger, I was of the habit of easily dispensing with the bone and...

‘What’s going to happen now?’

The previous weekend saw me and my wife in the middle of two very important events: a dinner invitation by none other than National...

Straight out of the Führer’s handbook

After three years worth of statements unleashed on the populace by none other than Pres. Rodrigo Duterte (you may throw in his minions as...

Falling asleep in the time of the ‘Woke’ generation

  Growing old is not what I thought it would be. As the Polish poet and essayist Zbigniew Herbert wrote, it’s like owning a dog-eared dictionary,...

Close encounters with the fishy kind: A Look at China’s ‘Fisheries war’

On March 4, the South China Morning Post published an online video of the Argentine Coast Guard’s brief yet tense encounter with a Chinese...

A heritage of generosity: Remembering Amb. Antonio L. Cabangon Chua

  The call came unexpected. Just seconds after arriving at the newsroom, I stumbled out and rushed to the fourth floor. The Ambassador sat serenely on...

Why press freedom? Why not responsible journalism?

We hear it often said how important press freedom is to the nation’s sociopolitical health. The reason being is that information is currency, and with...

If you’re a campus journalist, read this

I had the honor, these past two days, to sit as juror in the Luzon-wide competition for campus publications. Several observations came immediately to...
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