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Sunio: Save the humanitarian workers
SINCE when has doing good for the needy become dangerous?Doing good induces others to reciprocate, said Arthur P. Ciaramicoli, an author. But in humanitarian work, goodness and goodwill may not always follow. Sometimes, threats also lurk.Humanitarian work is at its ...
From 409 days ago
Sunio: Be pretty for yourself
WHY are you putting on make-up? Why trim your waistline? Why do you need to make sure that your clothes look good on you?It would have been alright if you want to wow people. Go make people turn their heads ...
From 416 days ago
Sunio: Stop red tagging us
FALSE charges, unbailable imprisonment, surprise warrants of arrests -- our right and freedom to express our dissatisfaction over the government and the state are deterred by these.And here we thought that a just and proper state welcomes complaints and oppositions.A ...
From 420 days ago
Sunio: New doesn’t mean less
EVERYBODY’S talking about it, and the majority is misinformed: They think that the Korean language curriculum will completely replace Filipino.With the banners on nationalism and the removal of Filipino in college, it was easy to confuse and enrage the masses.What ...
From 431 days ago
Sunio: Food for the plate and the soul
SHOULD children be taught to grow food as part of their schooling?I understand that agriculture and growing food is not related to learning languages, pure science, or mathematics--the main thrust of most schools.For many parents and educators, mastering these three ...
From 444 days ago
Sunio: The ‘Sorry I can't visit' article
WE WEREN'T raised to observe certain Filipino traditions such as Christmas, All Souls Day, Fiestas, and others, that's why I and my siblings do not really make much effort to go to my mother's grave during these times of the ...
From 450 days ago
Sunio: Can’t teach us how to be a woman
THEY tell us women to act like a woman because we are women – and tell us that we are not when we do otherwise.A friend of mine is getting married in November. Growing up in a conservative society, her ...
From 452 days ago
Sunio: Desperation, deprivation
A POOR man works like a dog for more than ten hours a day under the most dangerous working conditions. At the end of the day, he is only handed a measly wage after all of his hard and honest ...
From 458 days ago
“THE Marawi Siege was a form of punishment by God to the residents of Marawi” – Really now?Scrolling through the Internet and some social media websites about updates on the rehabilitation of Marawi City, there were posts that state that ...
From 472 days ago
Sunio: What my wavy hair told me
WHEN I was younger, my hair was called many things: “kalkag,” “dry,” “gubot,” “chaka,” “maka-bruha,” and many more. “Beautiful” was never one of them – maybe at least until recently.My parents decided to have my hair rebonded when I was ...
From 481 days ago