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LIBRO: Of Coffees and Books and Getting Lost

Saturday Night. It was raining hard, the streets are dark and we are so lost in the middle of Tacloban City. Leo, a fellow CPA who volunteered for LNU last year after the storm, and I just had our early dinner at Andoks Downtown Tacloban. 855 more words


Typhoon Haiyan Changes Course Of Boulder Teen's Life

BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4) – When Simon Kurzban graduated from Boulder High School he decided to take a gap year instead of heading straight to college. 1,013 more words


Aquino apologizes to high school students

President Benigno Aquino III is showing his positive side when he apologized to high school students of Tacloban City for slow response to Typhoon Yolanda, reported by The Philippine Star (March 14, 2014 issue). 242 more words

Philippine National Politics

Welcome to My Home

Today, I write from home.

I longed to write but didn’t have the chance to do so mainly because the infrastructure for internet connectivity wasn’t here for more than three (3) months. 605 more words


Haiyan victims sent PH president to fires of hell

Haiyan victims sent PH president to fires of hell

By Billy Javier Reyes, Gerry Albert Corpuz and Tanya Fantasia Mendoza

Manila, Philippines- Fisherfolk activists and survivors of super typhoon Yolanda literally sent President Benigno Simeon Aquino III to “fires of hell” as they burned placard-sized photos of the Chief Executive with caption “Diablo ng Malacanang” in a rally held this morning at Mendiola Bridge.


Weekly Photo Challenge: Abandoned

Taken in Chiang Mai’s Art in Paradise.  It’s an amazing 4D picture of an abandoned ship.

Taken in one of the famous places ravaged by the strongest typhoon in 2013 – Haiyan (locally known Yolanda).   28 more words