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Social pension and our senior citizens

A HALLMARK of Filipino culture is how we treat our elderly with respect and utmost care. Indeed, it is normal for a family to...

An open call

THE PAST few columns have been a discussion on keeping our youth from going overseas in their quest not only to earn more, but...

Keeping our people home, Part 2

LAST WEEK, we talked about how younger Filipinos prefer to find work abroad, based on the findings of the recent 2019 ASEAN Youth Survey...

Keeping them home

MANY younger Filipinos have their minds set on finding their futures outside the Philippines, according to the recent World Economic Forum (WEF) ASEAN Youth Survey....

‘Tatak Pinoy’ Products in Hotels

IN A JUNE 2019 Facebook post, Ateneo School of Government Dean Dr. Ronald Mendoza suggested a very simple yet compelling idea for boosting the...

Our national vaccination program needs booster shots

THE PAST few months have cast a lingering shadow over the Department of Health’s (DOH) national immunization program. In an online article, the DOH...

Remembering our heroes in the digital age

PHILIPPINE history is not lacking in stories of heroes who fought bravely for our country. From the Spanish era until today, we have Filipinos...

Addressing the plastic problem

THE PROBLEM with plastic materials is that many of them last forever. While some types are considered biodegradable, many require industrial-level processes to be recycled...

No room for absurdity

THE RECENT controversy regarding the possible release of former Calauan, Laguna mayor Antonio Sanchez is an object lesson on how, at times, well-crafted laws  with...

Decongesting the city through rail

IN DECEMBER 1966, Toronto City’s Planning Board published Proposals for A New Plan for Toronto. At the time, the city had been experiencing mounting...

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