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Romero: 'Wala'y forever' is coming?
/ from February 10, 2020
ONCE again, it's the season of love -- hinted by people carrying around bouquet of roses and stuffed animals. In social media, you have probably seen Valentine's Day "memes" from those who appreciate V-Day and those from single, bitter gourds.As much as I want to touch on intimacy and successful ...
Cuevas-Rañada: Stop Sinophobia!
Ms. Doreen Cuevas-Rañada
/ from February 05, 2020
THE hysteria brought by the outbreak of 2019 novel coronavirus acute respiratory disease (2019-nCoV ARD) in recent weeks shows how our Kababayans process information (and disinformation) propagated by the mainstream and social media. After the World Health Organization (WHO) declares that 2019-nCoV ARD as public health emergency of international concern, ...
Ravanera: Transformative Cooperatives’ Amazing Stories
/ from February 04, 2020
IN 2015, the United Nations came up with the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to stop poverty, hunger, inequities, social injustice and to promote the integrity of the environment, health, peace, among others. Such pronouncement came in these contemporaneous times in a world where everywhere, there is widespread poverty, deep ...
Ravanera: China’s extraordinary growth, not thru Communism but cooperativism
/ from January 27, 2020
WHAT raged then during the days of student activism in the ‘70s which reverberated throughout land was the battle-cry coming direct from China that quoted Chairman Mao Zedong: “Let not a single drop of rain go out to the sea without serving the people.”The liberation of the poor living in ...
Sia: Jumping to conclusions
James Edgar T. Sia
/ from January 27, 2020
AT A Facebook book club for Philippine readers, one member asked everyone else to “name a book or books that you have tried reading and forced yourself to finish but couldn’t.” Others chimed in with answers such as Jane Austen’s Emma, Herman Melville’s Moby Dick, and more recent and familiar ...
/ from January 06, 2020
LAST month, the social media went storm after showing three buses were sandwiched together in a highway somewhere in Marikina City. This was just one of the many road incidents happening on daily basis. Thing that could be easily avoided if proper road courtesy is extended by every motorist. Now ...
Latip-Yusoph: BARMM Challenge
/ from January 05, 2020
"I LOST my job after serving for almost 20 years now. I have been my best all the time, but now I am a certified housewife in 2020."These are the words that struck me when one of my friends confirmed their removal from office due to the mass dismissal of ...
Ravanera: Commander Bravo: A Transformative Warrior
/ from December 27, 2019
THE all-out war against the Moro rebellion in Mindanao launched by then President Joseph Estrada during the onset of the 21st century, which saw the mobilization of some 75,000 soldiers to fight some 10,000 critical mass of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) North Western Mindanao Front headed by a ...
Ravanera: Greatest massacre of all times
/ from December 20, 2019
AFTER ten long years, the brutal massacre of 58 people in Maguindanao, 30 of whom were journalists, is now put to rest with the “reclusion perpetua” (life-time imprisonment) penalty handed down by the Court to the mastermind, the Ampatuans and those equal guilty cohorts.Indeed, we were terribly shocked and aghast ...
Ravanera: Cooperatives advancing social transformation
/ from December 17, 2019
I REMEMBER the strong call by His Holiness Pope Francis challenging everyone, at all levels of society, to reject every form of corruption which diverted resources from the poor. Noting the urgent need for social transformation, he said, “It bids us to break the bonds of injustice and oppression, which ...