The Sunday Times Magazine

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GMA Kapuso Foundation (GMAKF)—the socio-civic arm of GMA Network—rounded out the first half of the year with several successful and valuable projects envisioned to uplift the lives of underprivileged Filipinos from all over the country. At the start of the year, the foundation extended much needed help to victims of…

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The Halili-Cruz School of Ballet  (HCSB), Philippines won as the overall grand champion in the recently concluded 15th Asia Pacific Dance Competition (APDC) after getting the highest grade. The three-day competition was held at the Newport Performing Arts Theater in Resorts World Manila, Pasay City. The dance group beat more…

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“Stories my dear. What stories have you got to tell?”—Marie-liz to Kristina, “Wednesday Odyssey” Two friends meet in Escolta sometime in the 70s. Kristina is one of many narrators in the 31 stories of Geraldine Maayo who was in my class in Modern British Literature in 1964-65—a student majoring in…

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1:40 p.m. 21 August black hair black cold marbled cheeks thy lips o they stab me thy distance o it hurts me here where my belly knots up when I see you and your brows and your eyes and your ears and slender strong arms and slender hands 3:00 p.m.…

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And would it have been worth it, after all, After the pain, the solitude, the sea, The wranglings with one’s muse, the bitter coffee, Would it have been worth while, To have sweated on the hardships of a rhyme, To have cursed the universe, cursed the war, Again and yet…

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From July 20 to 22 Haribon, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources’ (DENR) Protected Areas and Wildlife Bureau (PAWB), and several communities from General Nakar, Quezon worked together to further educate the community on forest preservation and the importance of their support for the Philippine Eagle research. The Philippine…

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It was an answered prayer when we arrived in Real, Quezon. The place was almost dry from the morning rain and sun slowly coming out from the clouds. We were worried about the weather because it might ruin our tree-planting activity. The tree planting activity was part of Haribon Foundation’s…

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I recently read a Facebook post  of my nephew Rommel: “Our children will never know the terror of calling your crush on a landline and having their parents answer the phone!” True. Today’s generation will never experience landlines like we used to. Landlines taught you good manners and right conduct,…

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For Alejandro Atienza, more popularly known as Kuya Kim to the Filipino masses (or “madlang people” as he fondly calls them), being on TV was a fulfillment of a lifelong dream. From being the first male to wear Lycra on national TV, voicing several Japanese anime characters, to finally becoming…

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ACCORDING to Dr. Raffy Castillo of the Philippine Society of Hypertension, it is paramount to have an accurate measurement of blood pressure for proper diagnosis and monitoring. “However,” he states, “we consider a reading accurate only if validated Blood Pressure devices are used. Omron, proudly validated and the only brand…

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