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“Dear God, please spare my land these indignities . . .”

By Joe America

This article is a gift to Sir Tomas “Buddy” Gomez III, a man not of modest age, but still of great energy, wisdom and enterprise, just like other Filipinos who have served the Philippines with earnest work and hopes for a modern, well-respected nation.

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5 Hidden Gems of Intramuros

by Marjaleen Kristiane Ramos

Intramuros, also called Walled City, has a whole lot more to offer than just anitque walls, cobbled-stone roads, forts, gates, bulwarks, ravelins, fortifications and the old structures. 749 more words


Sikuna invades Intramuros

By Geena Louise dela Paz

A Collaborative Arts Festival headed by Para Sa Sining invaded Baluarte de San Diego in Intramuros last September 4, 2016. 315 more words


NCCA seeks for the promotion of culture and arts

By Eunice Cabuang

The National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) seeks support for their project proposal in the preservation of arts and culture within the community, with the help of Philippine Information Agency (PIA). 369 more words


Jose Tence Ruiz runs ‘Takwil’ Exhibit


by Marjaleen Kristiane Ramos

Revealing how atypical the digital age has yet to prove digital art as a durable art form, Jose Tence Ruiz established an exhibit called Takwil: Pixelated Anxieties at the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) Gallery. 273 more words


Democracy on the brink in the Philippines

By Joe America

Democratic principles and institutions have always been an awkward fit in the Philippines. The nation remains tribal in the sense that people are fulfilled by being a part of a power bloc rather than a part of a system of freedoms and responsibilities.

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Metamorphosis and Metastasis


By Andrew Lim

Two big polysyllabic words. Nevertheless, it has made its way into mainstream use via different routes, one through early education, the other when illness strikes someone you know.

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