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Reflection on decolonization

This short piece is taken from a comment I recently wrote from a class on Transitional Justice, changed slightly to make sense outside of this context. 446 more words

Panindigan

Kaya ko pa ba?

Kaya ko pa ba panindigan ang bawat oras na wala ka.

Oras na tila hindi tatakbo kapag andyan ka.

Segundo humihinto sa iyong matamis na ngiti. 149 more words

Rants And Stuffs

November cravings

There are some instances when you just can’t stop thinking about a certain food and there is no way to satisfy that hunger. I myself have been craving for some Filipino street foods and sadly it is not possible to buy it here. 438 more words

Filipino

The hunt is on

I was originally from the Philippines and moved here in Wellington 2 years ago. One of the things that I noticed is that there is not a lot of shops around. 271 more words

Filipino

English Everywhere!

The Philippines stays in the top spots of proficient English-speaking countries.

It’s a fact that is kinda surprising to other countries. Foreign celebrities and tourists get amazed how prevalent the English language is, making their travel easier and enjoyable. 339 more words

Baguio

Poetry

It’s been very stressful and busy – I apologize for not posting regularly.

So I pop in today with a bit of poetry –
Please enjoy. 75 more words

All the Languages of Love

http://www.pacificpearls.com.au#oid=1021

I love you. Wo ai ni. Mahal kita. Je t’aime. Ich liebe dich. Ti amo. Saya cinta padamu. 143. No matter what language you say it in or how you say it, every woman wants to hear those three magic words: 309 more words