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The revolution of Brocka and Bernal

In celebration of Philippine Cinema’s 100th year and the revolutionary stories it produced, the De La Salle College of Saint Benilde unveiled an exhibit that honors the life and works of the country’s two iconic filmmakers. Titled “Brocka, Bernal, and the City,” the exhibit pays tribute to the late National …

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Snapshots of the Philippines win European tilt

The natural wonders and the rich culture of the Philippines took center stage in the global arena anew, this time through the impeccable images by Manila-based world-renowned photographer Per-Andre Hoffmann, through the efforts of the Department of Tourism (DOT). The DOT joined various national tourism offices, travel and tourism companies, …

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New program, improved bar at Kwago relaunch

A little over a year after it first opened, the Kwago independent book bar is set to be launched anew with a more curated book inventory, as well as new programs and partners, in an event called “Rites of Passage at the Warehouse” at Warehouse Eight in Makati City on …

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Luntiang Palihan now open to applications

THE Bienvenido N. Santos Creative Writing Center (BNSCWC) of De La Salle University (DLSU) is inviting undergraduate and graduate students in Metro Manila to submit their applications to Luntiang Palihan 2019: The DLSU Young Writers’ Workshop in Local Languages, to be held at the university’s Faculty Center on April 10. …

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Prize-winning writer Bobis to give lecture at DLSU

AWARD-WINNING poet and fictionist Dr. Merlinda Bobis will deliver a lecture titled “Salba Istorya/Salba Buhay (Save Story Save Lives): Following the Water” at the Philippe Jones Lhuillier Conference Room on the 14th floor of the Henry Sy Sr. Hall of De La Salle University (DLSU) in Manila on February 9 …

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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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