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DigiPhiLit: A digital project for Philippine literature

TWO weeks ago, I wrote an article where I highlighted the importance of preserving sources, documents, books and old imprints. The existence of these...

CCP to launch ‘In Certain Seasons’ e-book

The Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP), through its Intertextual Division, will launch an e-book, titled In Certain Seasons: Mothers Write in the Time...

‘Songs Sprung from Native Soils’: Mindanao storytellers get personal

ALL writers have stories to tell. They tell stories that mimic life, often in all its fullness, because life itself is a story. There...

Chalk Art

Knowing this Will be washed away He persists in retracing His memory: Moon’s full watch Unlidded by clouds Bay’s huge waves’ Brash lunge Seafoam tonguing Crushing the stones. His lover’s body Conjured to fade With the...

The Crocodile

Last of two parts THEY met at the garden. There were tall bamboo stalks. The captain — he would always be the captain in Isidro’s...

The Crocodile

First of two parts 1 ONCE upon a time, there was a very strong man named Isidro. He wanted to be a first lieutenant, but...

Screenwriter, five others to be ‘devirginized’ at VLF 16

SIX "virgin" playwrights, including a writer-actress, made it to the 16th edition of the Virgin Labfest (VLF) the annual festival of untried, untested, unstaged...

Earthrise

Floating on the waters of darkness, Blue and white in your stillness, You appeared frail and beautiful. I saw you for the very first time When I was...

‘About the dying dog’: Let the Trojan Horses in

THE Trojan Horse is probably the most popular inanimate figure in Greek mythology. It ended the Trojan War, that epic mess that ensued after...

‘Ang Lunes na Mahirap Bunuin’ to be launched

LIBRONG LIRA, the publishing arm of the Linangan sa Imahen Retorika at Anyo (LIRA), will launch a new edition of 2007 Palanca Hall of...

Govt reviews eased restrictions amid Covid-19 surge

The Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID) is reviewing its  decision to ease pandemic restrictions after the country recorded...

SKorea, US scale back drills over virus, NKorea diplomacy

SEOUL: The South Korean and US militaries are scaling back their annual exercises this month due to the Covid-19 pandemic and to support diplomacy...

Duterte prefers China’s Sinopharm vaccine

PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte admitted that he wants to get inoculated with a coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) vaccine manufactured by China’s Sinopharm. In his speech during...

Manila OKs limited face-to-face classes in 4 medical universities, colleges

THE Manila government on Wednesday approved the plan of four medical schools to conduct limited face-to-face classes and internship programs for their health-related courses. Mayor...

Police arrest 2 Nigerians, Filipina for online fraud

Two Nigerians and a Filipina were arrested by police for alleged online fraud and swindling, the Philippine National Police (PNP) said on Wednesday. Police identified...
 

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