The Sunday Times Magazine

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What started out as a company advocacy to help keep their employees fit and encourage them to live a healthier lifestyle has become one of the most well organized and anticipated events in the country. Since it began in 2010, Unilab’s Run United series continues to gain good mileage in…

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Two leading technology companies recently partnered to deliver innovative business solutions for the country’s expanding small-and-medium enterprises (SME) market. Telecom service provider PLDT, through its business arm SME Nation, signed a strategic partner-ship with Samsung to further empower entrepreneurs today with business-enhancing bundles com-prised of cutting-edge broadband and cloud services…

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WHEN this recently passed law on househelper came about, my thoughts raced through the memories that filled some eight decades of my life having a helper about the house. Those thoughts were triggered not by the slave-master relationships of Biblical times (. . .can a slave be better than the…

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In celebration of its 11th year anniversary, the Silly People’s Improv Theater (SPIT) and the PETA Theater Center present the Manila Improv Festival 2013 from June 25 to 30. The theme for this year is “Follow Your Feet,” an improvisational theater concept which also ties in with the art form’s…

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The National Commission for Culture and the Arts-National Committee on Historical Research Executive Council is seeking nominations for the 2014 Young Historian’s Prize. Now on its third year, the award is in recognition of the potential of young scholars on the basis of a single work in the field of…

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Haribon Foundation joins the world in celebrating World Environment Day 2013 on June 5 this year with the message: “Think before you eat and help save our environment.” According to the United Nations Environment Program, 1.3 billion metric tons of food is wasted every year, the same amount produced in…

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I get mixed reviews whenever I talk about women empowerment. Though many initiatives have been made to empower the micro-entrepreneurs at the BOP (Bottom of the Pyramid), and these programs like the Great (Gender Responsive Economic Actions for Transformation) Project of the Canadian International Development Agency and Philippine Commission on…

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By a coral-coated wall at Tubbataha’s South Atoll, our dive team heaves against the current, resisting the urge to zoom off into open water—where hungry hammerheads await. Having spent two hours counting fish, Tubbataha Marine Park Rangers Seconds Conales, Manny Bundal, Jeffrey David and I are trying to retrieve two…

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I spent my first year in college at the University of the Philippines-Baguio, where I took a BA in Communication Arts. I then joined an organization of activists that I have committed to for half a semester. Since that time, I have been exposed to “UP culture” together with some…

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Playing for children is as important as social rights to nutrition and education. Deny children this, and their total development will be affected. Through playing, children can form both cognitive and physical skills like coordination, courage, creativity and camaraderie, among others. However, there are actually scarce resources and spaces where…

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