latest from Cebu Opinion
FOR the first time probably in the history of this country’s maritime disasters, authorities were quick to imprison the crew of a sunken vessel and file charges against them.
I DO think cities in Cebu need to find a better label for their version of the Philippine presidents’ State of the Nation Address (Sona).
"WORD spreads because word will spread. Stories and secrets fight, stories win, shed new secrets, which new stories fight, and so on."-- China Mievelle, "Embassytown"
I FIND Ms. Melanie Lim’s missive (“2nd-class Citizens,” Sun.Star Cebu, July 4, 2015) decrying racism towards Chinese in the Philippines shallow and baseless.
OBESITY is the gateway to ill health.” And Filipinos have lined up since yesterday.
IT WASN’T difficult to suspect overloading when mb Kim Nirvana-B capsized in the seas off Ormoc City last Thursday. Boats in minor routes always overload when given the opportunity.
I WAS in Davao City over the weekend conducting a seminar for Radyo GMA (RGMA) network personnel there. I was with my RGMA bosses, network president Mike Enriquez and vice president for AM operations Susan Perez Aliño.
TURNING around the Rizal Monument in Luneta to resolve the dispute over the high-rise Torre de Manila looming behind the statue is only one solution proposed to save the P2.7-billion condo project.
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