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Pawid: Water is life
IN TIME when all the watersheds are gone, the rice terraces and the vegetable farmlands in the cordilleras will beg for water to sustain themselves. They will look thirsty, dehydrated and monotonously boring. Interesting no more, those terraced ...
From 2 days ago
Pawid: Babies and more babies
THERE will be more childbirths and babies next year.This is the assessment of social scientists. It is the consequence of the forced quarantine imposed by the government to avoid the wild spread of the dreaded Covid-19 pandemic.Of course, the government ...
From 8 days ago
Pawid: Worlds' most costly haircut
BARBER shops and beauty salons are now open. Like all others, they were closed when in early March the coronavirus spread like wildfire hereabouts and around the globe.For more than five months, people have experienced sporting long hair and beard ...
From 16 days ago
Pawid: That second-hand smoke
GETTING rid of second-hand smoke is not easy.I stopped smoking cigarettes almost 27 years ago. As I reached the magic age my lungs seem free from pollution. My breathing is unhindered as I brisk walk with interval jugging ran three ...
From 38 days ago
Pawid: Autonomy for Cordillera
TWICE rejected, will the third try to adopt a regional autonomous government in the cordillera succeed?Will the present congress succeed in passing a bill creating the same? Is the Duterte presidency agreeable to grant the same?A few weeks ago on ...
From 51 days ago
Pawid: The man who mystifies us
WHO is Francis Leo Marcos?Facebook enthusiasts woke up one morning in April to watch on YouTube a middle-age flamboyant guy. He was directing the delivery of several trucks of rice to a neighborhood on lockdown.Metro Manila and the rest of ...
From 58 days ago
Pawid: The Philippine National Red Cross
IN PRIMARY grade school half a century plus a decade ago, our teachers taught us the values of generosity and sharing. They encouraged us to share our blessings with those in need.They also asked us to give to the Red ...
From 65 days ago
Pawid: Dumping fresh veggies
TIME and again in Benguet, we see mounts of vegetables thrown and dumped by the roadsides. Or see and smell rotting vegetables in farmlands with farmers opting not to harvest them.This is not a new phenomenon. This practice has been ...
From 79 days ago
Pawid: WW2 Memoirs of Ifugao Dep. Governor Luis I. Pawid (Conclusion)
Hunters bring relief goods“THE WAR being over, the American soldiers before going home must have some sorts of souvenirs from the enemy.“Lucky for the allied soldiers who were in Kiangan during the enemy surrender had a pocketful of jewelry, watches, ...
From 100 days ago
Pawid: WW2 Memoirs of Ifugao Dep. Governor Luis I. Pawid (Part 43rd of a series)
The surrender of the Japanese ArmyTHE following days of September were busy for the American soldiers receiving in surrender thousands of vanquished enemy officers and men of the Japanese Imperial Army. Added to their task was protecting them from harm ...
From 114 days ago