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Tibaldo: September to remember in Baguio and Cordilleras
ON SEPTEMBER 1, 1909, Baguio, then a municipality of the province of Benguet was declared a Chartered City by virtue of Act No. 1963. The city thereafter became the summer capital of the Philippines and many memorable things happened since ...
From 296 days ago
Tibaldo: Bitcoin - Unmasking the Trending Cryptocurrency
WHILE I am still trying to fully understand what it really is all about and prove to myself that there is a likely truth to the saying “easy come easy go”, I dug deeper as a miner hoping to get ...
From 303 days ago
Tibaldo: Dateline Mindanao: Destination Dipolog
IT IS without regret that my wife and I pushed through with our Dipolog travel for a scheduled weekend wedding of our foster son despite the news of possible flight delays due to the stalled Chinese Plane at the NAIA ...
From 310 days ago
Tibaldo: PH National ID System
I HAVE identification cards (IDs) for almost all major applications needed in order to go about and transact business in this country. A driver’s license for motoring along public roads, an office ID for work, a Philhealth card for health ...
From 317 days ago
Tibaldo: Knowing PH’s IT and communications service provider
DO WE have an IT Roadmap? Is there an agency that spearheads the growth and development of our digital competency? While scanning over the country’s government sector that are into communication and information technology, I came across an office that ...
From 324 days ago
Tibaldo: Foreign relations from a citizen’s standpoint (last of 2 parts)
THE City of Baguio has established sisterhood ties with several cities across the globe and to name some, we have Cusco of Perú, Hangzhou of China, Hanyu, Saitama and Wakkanai, Hokkaido of Japan, Honolulu, Hawaii, and Vallejo, California of the ...
From 331 days ago
Tibaldo: Foreign relations from a citizen’s standpoint (1st of 2 parts)
WE DO not necessarily have to be a diplomat or a politician to be able to link up, establish networks or attend functions of foreign countries here and abroad. It’s not that I am a well-travelled person to say so ...
From 338 days ago
Tibaldo: 31 years of quest for Cordillera autonomy
IT SEEMS not too long ago when we were motoring to different villages in the Cordillera conducting information campaigns for the autonomous concept of governance being waged by the national government and newly created consultative bodies.We were newbies tasked to ...
From 345 days ago
Tibaldo: What it takes to be a public servant
WHEN I applied to work for a public office more than three decades ago, I saw to it that I had the qualifications and basic requirements needed for the job. The idea of working with the government service was not ...
From 352 days ago
Tibaldo: Etiquettes and protocols — boon or bane?
FOR one who has taught in college since the time when internet is yet to dictate and define what is meant by global interconnectivity through computers and digital gadgets, I can say that the screeching sound of chalks in blackboards ...
From 359 days ago