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To Marc Almagro

Edgardo S. Tugade You can wear my new poem like a new shirt. Put your thoughts in first, then your handiwork. Spread your love and hate, your hunger and mirth, And then the roles of the parts in the fork Of your limbs. You may choose another art Or another …

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Sueño

By Edgardo S. Tugade What a nice dream Me moving out, Far from your scream, Far from your shout. Isle in the stream, Bird flying south. Till when a dream My moving out? To Marc Almagro Prize-winning writer Bobis to give lecture at DLSU D&L net earnings hit P1.5 billion …

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72 hours in Hong Kong to welcome Year of the Pig

By The Manila Times February 01, 2019 Experience Asia’s World City at its brightest and liveliest No place celebrates Chinese New Year with as much ardor, glamour, and flavor as Hong Kong. For nothing shy of a week, a buoyant mood pervades the city, as the locals engage in much …

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HK luxury yacht company sails in

By The Manila Times February 01, 2019 A leading Hong Kong-based yacht company has expanded its dealership and brokerage business here and in the Philippines to give the local market a chance to experience its top-of-the-line products and services. Asia Yachting, founded in 2007, has established itself as a trusted …

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NCCA, MTRCB join forces for Filipino cinema

The National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) on January 16 to strengthen the promotion of Filipino cinema. The MOU signing, led by NCCA Chairman National Artist Virgilio Almario, MTRCB Chairperson Maria Rachel …

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Manila Symphony Orchestra takes a bow with ‘The Titan’

THE Manila Symphony Orchestra (MSO) ends their season with a bang in “The Titan.” Their Season Finale concert will be held on January 30, 8 p.m. at the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) Main Theater featuring rarely-performed pieces, Mahler’s “Symphony No. 1 ‘Titan’” and Ravel’s “Piano Concerto in G …

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Bohol earthquake survivors start over with new homes

It’s been five years since a 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck the province of Bohol and left thousands of families homeless and grieving for the loss of lives of their kin and friends. For the first time, 40 families celebrated a blissful Christmas in new homes built by Sanitary Care Products …

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Sparking joy as told by my mother

CARLA BIANCA RAVANES-HIGHAM A few years ago, I recall a friend of mine raving about “The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up.” Back then I found it quite odd for a trend to be so focused on tidying up and decluttering. At the back of my mind, I was wondering …

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CCP’s ‘Pasinaya’ upsized

If fans think Pasinaya, the country’s largest multi-arts festival, cannot get any bigger, the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) will prove them wrong. To begin with, this year’s Pasinaya Open House Festival will take place for three whole days from February 1 to 3 instead of its usual weekend …

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