Saturday, September 22, 2018
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HAVE you seen this video?” someone asks, thrusting their cellphone at you and quickly showing an online clip of something funny, strange, delicious, or interesting. Your phone pings and you look down. You’ve received a new shared video from a friend, ...
From 166 days ago
TEN years ago (yikes, haha!), I was blessed to have been part of the regional search for Ten Outstanding Students of the Philippines (TOSP) where I met the most amazing people. Not your usual awards program, the annual TOSP search includes ...
From 180 days ago
HAPPY Valentine’s Day! Okay, so we’re a bit early. But with heart-shaped cutouts plastered all over town, an early greeting is quite acceptable. It’s hard not to be reminded of this annual celebration. Conversations with friends interestingly are focused on how ...
From 221 days ago
YOUR first day on your first job can be scary. You’re fresh out of college—wide-eyed, eager to learn, ready to take on responsibilities and ace this job and, yet, you’re silently worried about not meeting expectations. The first few days of ...
From 236 days ago
As news editor, Ms. Ging was ‘sharp, kind, funny’
I’LL never forget the bounce in your step. In this profession where deadlines have deadlines, where everything is fast-paced, where we rush to interview after interview, we work hard to get everything right, type every detail into stories, and where ...
From 244 days ago
Baumgart: Jiufen, part 1
WE removed the trash cans and all of a sudden, all our garbage problems stopped,” I was jolted out of my stupor of watching mountains slowly roll by outside the bus window when our perky tour guide gave that strange ...
From 249 days ago
Baumgart: To Miles
LET'S call him Miles. One day, Miles was swimming in the beautiful waters of Cebu minding his own business. He’s a handsome turtle, big and majestic. When divers pass him, they stop and stare, in awe of this gentle giant. ...
From 292 days ago
“BETH,” she’d call me in her gentle voice as she passed by my work station. She’d peer over my monitor, smile softly, and nod. “Good story.” The first time I heard this, fresh out of college and new in the industry, ...
From 306 days ago
Last week, I found myself in the charming town of San Antonio, Zambales. It was a spontaneous Manila trip—not generally plotted into my trips for the year. But I was up for a quick adventure break, so the close-to-a-week-long break was ...
From 317 days ago
Baumgart: Garbage mountain
LET it be known that I like taking the road less traveled. Or in this case, climbing the mountain less climbed. Many years ago during my first year as a reporter, I followed a story of how a bag of money accidentally ...
From 334 days ago