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Educators show way to a better future

Twelve new inspiring stories of teachers that show how educators uplift the students under their care; and help entire communities overcome obstacles, fight adversities, beat hard times and conquer challenges take center stage anew in Diwa Learning Systems and Bato Balani Foundation’s annual celebration of National Teacher’s Month. Chosen from …

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Danyos

Di makuha ang bagahe, Sa compartment, bara’y kotse. Nang sabihang umabante, Ang bus namin ang sumige. Buti ako’y nakaiwas, Kundi bungo ko ay biyak. Pinto ng bus na matalas, Dumaplis lang sa ‘king manggas. At lumiyab ang aking ulo, Kunduktor ay namura ko. Compartment na naatraso, Sinipa ko pasarado. At …

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Creation

BY GABRIEL BABAN KEITH To scratch this urge of making something out of nothing. This addiction of filling silences meant to stay silent. Gaps patched-up inundated with fabricated gods. The search ends when my veins are drained of blood and embalming fluid is pumped in.

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NBDB poll: Bible still most read book in PH

CENTURIES after Spanish missionaries first introduced it in the Philippines, the Bible remains to be the most widely read book in the country in the last year, according to the state-run National Book Development Board (NBDB). During his presentation of the results of the 2017 NBDB Readership Survey in Quezon …

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Mabini: A subscriber to and for all ‘Times’

BY JOSE VICTOR Z. TORRES (To commemorate the 120th anniversary of The Manila Times on Thursday, the Literary Life is publishing this slight revised excerpt excised from Torres’ forthcoming book on Philippine journalism, Balita: A History of Philippine Journalism (1811–2017), to be published by Vibal Publishing House Inc.This is published …

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Lea Salonga’s career highlights

•1978: Made her professional debut at the age of seven in The King and I under Repertory Philippines. •1980: Appeared as “Annie.” •1981: Recorded her first album, “Small Voice,” which was certified gold. •1983 to 1985: Hosted her musical television show “Love, Lea.” •1985: Took part in the 8th Metro …

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Loving four decades of Lea Salonga

International singing sensation and Tony Award-winner Lea Salonga celebrates her 40th year in the entertainment industry this month and will fittingly mark her milestone with a grand musical celebration. The Broadway and West End star is scheduled for a two-night concert at the Philippine International Convention Center (PICC) Plenary Hall …

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