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Tadonggeniuskuno Travels: Costales Nature Farms


Agriculture brings us life, Tourism brings us joy, Costales Nature Farms brought us joyful life experience. Magpatuloy sa pagbasa

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Tadonggeniuskuno Reviews: 1st Ko si 3rd


1st ko si 3rd Magpatuloy sa pagbasa

Tadonggeniuskuno goes to Playa La Caleta Bataan


Playa La Caleta Bataan is a resort for those looking for an alternative getaway near the Metro. Magpatuloy sa pagbasa

PNR Metro Commuter Train Schedule


Sa apat na taon ko sa kolehiyo ay naging sandigan ko na sa pagpasok at pag-uwi ang Philippine National Railways (PNR), ang tanging mass transit system na bumibiyahe mula sa timog na bahagi ng National Capital Region (NCR) patungo ng Maynila. Maliit lamang ang aking allowance kaya tren ang ang aking inaasahan para makapasok at mapagkasya ang salapi. Magpatuloy sa pagbasa

Black Mirror: Nosedive


Naka-ilang likes yung post mo ngayon sa Facebook? Yung pic ng breakfast mo sa Instagram? O yung tweet mo tungkol sa Jordan Clarkson  #NBAVote? Magpatuloy sa pagbasa

Must See TV: Superstore & The Good Place


Matagal na mula nang huli kong subaybayan ang mga comedy series sa telebisyon, bihira na rin kasi akong manood ng TV dahil sa trabaho pero may dalawang programa ang NBC na nakapukaw ng aking atensyon. Sakto pang parehong may karakter na Pinoy ang mga ito.

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Sound of Silence


“In the world I am
Always a stranger
I do not understand its language
It does not understand my silence”
― Bei Dao Magpatuloy sa pagbasa

This Is Us


This is real. This is love. This is life. THIS IS US. Magpatuloy sa pagbasa

Memories of a Martial Law minor


The Philippines Free Press Online

Note: this essay was commissioned for The Philippine Century: 1900-2000, published by the Philippines Free Press

Memories of a martial law minor
By Charlson Ong

I was twelve when Martial Law was declared. Too young for activism but old enough to have followed Ronnie Nathanieslz’ live updates on demonstrations in Plaza Miranda over radio; to have read Pete Lacaba’s scintillating reportage on the ‘Battle of Mendiola;’ to have been fascinated by my elder brother’s accounts of teach-ins at the Ateneo and the U.P.; to be intrigued by the presence of firearms and Maoist literature at our neighbor’s bodega; and be captivated by Ninoy’s eloquent put downs of Marcos on TV.

If I were older and in college, I too might have been caught up in the romance and rage of the times, gone to the hills when the time came to choose or settled down eventually to a comfortable…

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Haluhalo Memories


Sobrang init ngayon, sabi ay umaabot daw sa 40 degrees o higit pa ang actual heat index. Magpatuloy sa pagbasa