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Review: Enoshima Prism

It’s been almost a year since I last wrote a review for a book or movie and I can’t wait to share with you my thoughts about the recent movie I watched –  798 more words

Philippines: Goodbye Americans?

“It’s time to say goodbye my friend. Your stay in my country was for your own benefit,”

“I will not go to America anymore. I will just be insulted there,” … 410 more words


November 13-19 | Art Exhibit

​12 4 x 4 feet paintings of Jesuits, teachers and other campus icons will be displayed at the Ateneo Rizal Library Gallery. Proceeds of sale will go to Tulong Dunong and other charities of Ateneo.

Artist: Celeste Lecaroz-Aceron


Burdado Run

​Burdado Run 2016
November 13, 2016
Rajah Sulayman Park, Roxas Blvd.

3K – P500
5K – P600
10K – P750

3K, 5K and 10K – Race bib, singlet, 1 sachet colored holi powder, color run eyeglasses, sticker tattoo, finisher medal, lootbag and raffle stub… 115 more words

Race Info

Will Duterte's China gamble pay off?

Since he became Philippine president, Duterte has adopted a conciliatory tone towards China and attempted to recalibrate Manila’s strained ties with the Asian giant. He is now in Beijing to give a fillip to his efforts. 1,214 more words


L'Indochine Loves

I am constantly amazed at how Filipinas get it done! They have a dream, make goals, do the work and get it done! I mention too often how much I love… 329 more words


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A photocopy stall worker waits for a customer. The brand Xerox has become a byword for photocopying, much like Colgate for toothpase, Coke for softdrinks, and Pampers for diapers.

Photo by I.R. Arenas