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Thousandfolds accepts donations for their library

Last year Wawi Navarroza posted her willing to donate some of their photobooks, and ask for suggestions. A year after, she runs this space for contemporary photography called… 201 more words

Intellectuals with Integrity

I was searching the internet for current events and issues regarding Commercial Radio Operators (Department Order No. 5 Series of 1948) to help my boyfriend in his homework. 384 more words


Midwife of the Week: Vicki Penwell

Vicki Penwell has been providing evidence-based midwifery care, rooted in respect and kindness, to women and their babies since 1983. A Certified Professional Midwife, she also holds a Masters of Science in Midwifery and a Masters of Arts in Intercultural Studies. 204 more words

Midwife Of The Week

Australia warns terrorist attacks could occur at anytime in Philippines

The high threat of a terrorist attack and violent crime has prompted Australia to update its travel advice for the Philippines.

The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s Smartraveller website now asks Australians to  148 more words


#7 Chocolate Rice Porridge from the Phililipines

Desire for a simple yet fulfilling breakfast? Here’s the “chocolate oatmeal” that best suits you :)

Chocolate rice porridge (known as Champorado in the Philippines) is a type of porridge made from glutinous rice and cocoa powder. 130 more words

Main Dish

Naga City, Philippines: Food Not Bombs & Film Screening in solidarity with victims of war, 26.09.15

Naga City, Philippines: Fuck War! Food Not Bombs and Film Screening in solidarity with all victims of war, from the Lumads, to West Papua, to Syria and the whole World! 24 more words

Sailing in Boracay 

Even when we said we would get an early start to our day in Boracay it never happened. The second day we decided that we wanted to go sailing. 509 more words