Disiplina. Kumpiyansa. Pakikisama. One Team. One Nation. One Milo Marathon. Go Philippines!
Forty years is a lifetime, but the scores of adulation and cheers remain consistent from generation to generation. Ask any Barangay Ginebra San Miguel die-hard fan and you hear the same stories. The seemingly unrehearsed chants of “Gi-neb-ra!” rocking stadiums where the team played and seats teeming to the brim like that SRO-game held in... Continue Reading →
Kent is a global competitor in research-driven water purifiers which results in products with cutting-edge technology. Their gravity-based water purifiers, in particular, are equipped with Superior Ultra Filtration (UF) Technology. This technology not only makes it possible for the gravity-based water purifiers to operate without electricity, but also, completely makes for a chemical-free purification. The... Continue Reading →
Hurry and grab the limited-edition Jack ‘n Jill Piattos Spicy Seafood Aquaman packs in leading groceries and supermarkets nationwide.
The irony is that we are still missing the Robin Hood of our times, a prominent figure who will unabashedly use the charm, money and wit and maybe, risk it all, to see through the beginning of the end of the smoking culture.
earAccess hearing aids to be available in the Philippines. Canadian social enterprise makes high quality hearing aids accessible to Filipinos. Not too many Filipinos are knowledgeable when it comes to detecting possible hearing problems. And even if they are, devices that provide immediate solutions like hearing aids may be out of their reach because of... Continue Reading →
Right from the moment Jason was diagnosed with autism, I knew and felt our world has gotten smaller. He didn't socialize like neurotypicals and became automatically drawn to the digital world. Gaming was a way of not only "killing time" and getting some form of excitement; it became a replacement for the great outdoors and... Continue Reading →
Of the many principles that national hero Jose Rizal has instilled in us, one stands out as perennially true for as long as mankind thrives. Bayanihan is our way of life because resources and manpower are scarce and expensive. We need to believe that true heroism is being able to get past just our needs... Continue Reading →
During the egress of a recent footrace where I was fortunate to have been part of the Organizing Committee, I saw a middle-aged runner, dressed in branded sportswear, happily but diligently picking up empty plastic bottles from the event site and collecting them in plastic reusable sacks. From afar, I cannot help but be reminded... Continue Reading →