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Bakit Walang Pambansang Bayani ang Pilipinas?

Walang National Hero ang Pilipinas. As in walang THE national hero. At ang debate kung sino kina Rizal at Bonifacio ang dapat na maging Pambansang Bayani ay walang pakinabang. Para saan kung masasa.....»»

Category: newsSource: manilanews manilanewsMay 16th, 2018

Matandang madreng tumutol sa Patayang Duterte

  Sister Patricia Fox, 71 years old, tubong Australia subalit halos tatlong dekada nang nakatira sa Pilipinas. Si Sister Pat, matandang madre, tinutulan and pagpatay sa libu-libong Pilipino, karamihan mga mahihirap. Isang matandang madreng nanlaban sa Patayang Duterte. Nagalit si Duterte. Marami raw "yakyak" ang madre. Dapat daw ituring na kaaway. Sinubukang itaboy sa bansang matagal na niyang inangkin, inaresto, binastos. "Ikaw madre, why don't you criticize your government?" hirit ni Digong. "The way you handled refugees. Hungry and dying, and you turn them back to the open sea. You're getting rid of the natives there, and refugees in the island. Bakit hindi ka ...Keep on reading: Matandang madreng tumutol sa Patayang Duterte.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsApr 23rd, 2018

Never Say Die: Paul Zamar’s PBA Dream lives on

It was August 19, 2012. Former University of the East gunner Paul Zamar seemingly fulfilled his life’s dream when his name was announced as the 35th overall pick in the 2012 PBA Draft. Selecting him was the league’s most popular team, Barangay Ginebra San Miguel. But, soon after, that same team that picked him, would let him go, unsigned. This is the predicament that many basketball players in the Philippines face as there are only so many roster spots available in the country’s first professional basketball league. Competition is extremely stiff and the careers of those players who get drafted but are unable to crack the roster usually suffers an early death. But, this has not been the case for Zamar, whose love for the game is deeply rooted. Zamar was born on October 20, 1987 in Mandaluyong. As a youngster, he was immediately exposed to the game because of his father, Boycie, an accomplished coach and basketball great. “I watched my father play in the PBL for Burger Machine where he shot the championship winning free-throws. I thought basketball was the greatest thing to do and that’s where it all began,” recalled the younger Zamar. He made his first varsity team as a freshman in San Beda High School, playing behind the likes of JVee Casio and James Martinez. Zamar would later transfer to the University of the East, where he played in the UAAP Jrs. Basketball tournament from 2003 to 2005 before moving up to the college ranks to play for the Red Warriors, the team of his father’s alma mater. It was in UE where Zamar made a name for himself as one of the league’s deadliest snipers. He also showed his versatility by being able to play point guard and taking on the challenge of defending the opposing team’s primary ball handler. Upon graduating from UE, Zamar would play in the PBA D-League for Blackwater Elite before that fateful day he was drafted. Being left out the roster did not discourage Zamar, as he went on to play an additional four years in the PBA-D-League for Cebuana Lhullier and Café France before deciding to take his talents overseas in 2017. Nowadays, the 5’11” Zamar, who is now 30 years old, has established himself as the starting shooting guard of the Mono Vampire Basketball Club in the ASEAN Basketball League. He is currently averaging 16.1 PPG and is shooting 39% from beyond the arc as the team’s Heritage Import. Although he’s been living in Thailand for over 18 months now, Zamar says it’s all part of being a professional in the world of basketball. “It’s a humbling experience (life in Thailand). First time living and doing everything by myself. Loneliness is always your enemy. I’m far away from my wife and my family. Sometimes, I wake up in the middle of the night thinking about my family in the Philippines,” shared Zamar. For any Filipino, making an impact in a foreign setting is a huge accomplishment. But, somewhere deep inside his heart, Zamar still feels that burning desire to return home and play the game at the place where he first fell in love with it. “I still have in me my PBA dream and it motivates me to just keep on playing. I believe na may purpose si Lord bakit dito niya ako nilagay. And wherever I am, I make sure I always give my best and keep improving myself,” said Zamar. Tonight, at the Sta. Rosa Multi-Purpose Complex in Sta. Rosa, Laguna, Zamar will have another opportunity to show the entire country his worth as his Mono Vampire Basketball Team takes on San Miguel Alab Pilipinas in Game 1 of the best-of-five Finals series in the 2017-18 ABL season. “We will play hard for 40 minutes. We know that we are the underdogs given the fact that we’re playing against ex-PBA and National Team Players and top caliber PBA Imports. But, we will leave everything on the basketball court and give the fans a great series,” promised Zamar. Six years ago, Zamar could’ve just easily given up and kissed basketball goodbye. But, ironically, he lives by the exact same mantra of the PBA team that drafted him: Never Say Die. There’s no telling how much longer Zamar will play professionally. Or if he will ever make it to the PBA. But, right now, his basketball career is very much alive with Mono Vampire.    .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsApr 22nd, 2018

Burburtia Krokis

ACROSS 1 tawag sa batang babae (Tag) 6 baitang, yugto (Ilok) 10 pambansang pulisya ng Pilipinas (Eng abbrev).....»»

Category: newsSource:  nordisRelated NewsApr 1st, 2018

Gumabao to use lucky 'No. 19' for Creamline jersey

After her success in the pageant world, Michele Gumabao will be back on the volleyball court to beef up a star-studded Creamline squad for the coming 2nd Premier Volleyball League Reinforced Conference starting May 6. The former three-time UAAP champion will be bringing in the same lucky charm she had when she won the Binibining Pilipinas-Globe crown recently for good measure. Gumabao will be donning the Cool Smasher jersey no. 19, parting ways with her long-time volleyball jersey no. 7 – the number she carried since her college days in De La Salle University. The 5-foot-10 opposite spiker is the newest recruit of Creamline, which is looking to capture its breakthrough title after finishing third in both the Reinforced and Open conferences last year.         She and long-time friend libero Melissa Gohing are reunited after a year following Gumabao’s transfer to Cocolife in the Philippine Superliga in 2017. The duo brought Pocari Sweat together with top hitter Myla Pablo to a sweep of the Open and Reinforced conferences of the defunct V-League two years ago. Unfortunately, for Gumabao, holdover Ivy Remulla has been wearing the no. 7 jersey since last season.   “Every time naman when you join an new team, syempre being a rookie you don’t want to take naybody’s number and Ate Ivy is no. 7,” said Gumabao. “So sabi ko ayoko ng issue siyempre so sabi ko, ‘Sir ako na ang magpapalit siyempre ayoko ng issue. Don’t ask her to change.’” “Kasi even though kilala ka naman on that number, it’s just a jersey number at the end of the day,” she added. “Nagkataon lang talaga na when I’ve been transferring teams the past few years, nagkakataon na walang jersey no. 7 o bagong team talaga. So it’s the first time na I’m joining a team that’s already there.” With her jersey No. 7 already taken, the next option for Gumabao is a no-brainer. “So may jersey no. 7 na so sabi ko, ‘Oh, I’ll just get jersey no. 19 kasi it’s also my Binibining Pilipinas candidate number,’” she explained. “Everything just worked out naman, walang may no. 19 and I’m very happy na I’m bringing the number. Something new, that’s the only thing I want naman no, change,” Gumabao added. “The fans naman I think they'll love it all. At least kilala ka bilang Binibini 19 and jersey no. 19.” Gumabao’s presence adds firepower, experience and leadership to the Cool Smashers bannered by ace scorer Alyssa Valdez and setter Jia Morado.   ---  Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles      .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMar 27th, 2018

Kai, Blue Eaglets, looking at deep run in NBTC

Fresh from capturing the UAAP title, Kai Sotto and the Ateneo Blue Eaglets have another championship in sight. Following an incredible run to the top of UAAP, the Eaglets are now looking at conquering the NBTC, which will tip off its 11th season over the weekend. Ateneo is the no. 1 overall seed for this year's tournament and the Eaglets are dead set on going all the way. "Sobrang halaga to para sakin, para din sa team ko kasi dinadala namin yung Ateneo [name]," Kai, the UAAP Season 80 Juniors Finals MVP, said Thursday. "Syempre, sabi ko kay coach Joe [Silva], ipakita natin sa lahat ng tao kung bakit tayo champion. Paghihirapan talaga namin tong NBTC na to," he added. By winning the UAAP title, Kai says that Ateneo is primed for a deep run in the NBTC. "Tingin ko nung start pa lang ng UAAP, kasama na tong NBTC sa pinaghahandaan namin," he said. "Kasi yung goal namin na mag-champion, pag nag-champion kami, mapupunta rin kami sa mga ligang ganito. Kaya preparation namin, matagal na rin," Kai added. However, while Kai and the Blue Eaglets are ready to go, there's still one catch. "Ako tsaka mga teammates ko, nagfocus lang kami sa exams namin. Sana pumasa kami lahat para makalaro kami dito, walang problemahin," Sotto said. Catch the livestream of the 2018 NBTC All-Stars Division 2 at 9 am, the All-Star Division 1 at 12 noon, the Division 2  Finals at  2 pm and the Divsion 1 Finals at 4 pm on March 23, Friday. The games will air on a delayed basis on March 27, Tuesday and March 28, Wednesday at 2 pm and 4 pm on S+A and S+A HD. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMar 15th, 2018

LOOK: PBA 2018 All-Star Games logo

The entry which prominently displays the three stars symbolizing the Philippines’ three island groups of Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao, emerged as the winner in the first-ever PBA All-Star Sketch The Logo contest. The winning piece was courtesy of John Paul Limos, a 25-year old part-time photographer and graphic design artist, who bested 44 other finalists who made the final cut-off out of the more than 100 logos submitted by fans and artists. League commissioner Wille Marcial headed the panel of judges also composed of four-time MVP and now Magnolia Pambansang Manok team manager Alvin Patrimonio and PBA Press Corps president Gerry N. Ramos of SPIN.ph. The winner earns an all-expense paid trip for two (air transfer from Manila-Davao or Iloilo-Manila/land transfer from Manila-Batangas-Manila), hotel accommodation, and full board meals in one of the three All-Star destinations, namely Davao Del Sur, Batangas, and Iloilo. An all-access pass to every 2018 All-Star activity will also be accorded him and his companion to his/her chosen leg, and at the same time, get the chance to interact with players, officials, and league staff and be immersed under the All-Star atmosphere. The three stars prominently displayed above the winning logo suggest the move of holding the mid-season spectacle nationwide in a three-leg series. Just below the stars shows the PBA logo and the words All-Star written in bold letters, while in between are the three provinces hosting the event – Davao del Sur (Mindanao), Batangas (Luzon), and Iloilo (Visayas). The year 2018 is then written across a half shape basketball found underneath the logo. Under the rules, the winning logo will not become a property of the PBA as the artist retains all copyright and may use or reuse their art as they wish. However, the artist grants the league the right to use the image online (website) and across various official PBA social media platforms and merchandise in perpetuity. Marcial profusely thanked all fans and artists who sent their entries. The All-Star Week is slated from May 23 to May 27 pitting Gilas Pilipinas against three teams from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMar 15th, 2018

Scottie leads all PBA All-Stars in first return of votes

Rising star Scottie Thompson emerged as the leading choice of fans in the initial tally of voting for this year’s PBA All-Star week. The Barangay Ginebra third-year guard has so far amassed a total of 17,851 votes from the combined online and in-venue ballots to show the way for the Mindanao selection that will play Gilas Pilipinas on May 23 in Digos, Davao del Sur. Thompson also topped the voting on both online (17,573) and in-venue games (278). Four-time MVP June Mar Fajardo meanwhile, comes a close second behind Thompson with 17,498 as the top vote getter of the Visayas selection which sees action on May 27 in Iloilo also opposite the national team. The 6-foot-10 center of San Miguel Beer is also second to Thompson in online (17,250) and venue (248) voting. Also breaching the 17,000 mark are Magnolia Pambansang Manok’s Mark Barroca and two-time MVP James Yap of Rain or Shine. Barroca, who had the most number of fan votes in last year’s All-Star, tallied 17,377 for third place and second in Mindanao, while Yap totaled 17,006 for fourth place overall and second in Visayas. Meanwhile, Japeth Aguilar also of Barangay Ginebra was the no. 1 vote getter for the Luzon squad with 11,692 followed by Alaska’s Calvin Abueva at second with 10,083. The Luzon selection plays Gilas in Batangas City on May 25. Kiefer Ravena on the other hand, is the only rookie to make it in the Top 10 of all three All-Star teams by emerging no. 3 in the Visayas voting behind Fajardo and Yap. The NLEX freshman guard had 14,550 votes. Voting for this year’s All-Star began simultaneously on social media and the different playing venues last Feb. 16 and ended last March 9 for the initial cutoff. It resumes shortly during the eliminations of the mid-season Commissioner’s Cup. Also getting huge votes from the fans are Magnolia sophomore Jio Jalalon (14,368) and veteran teammate Peter June Simon (13,596), as well as Blackwater sophomore big man Mac Belo (12,192). The three completes the top five choices in the Mindanao team. Greg Slaughter (11,665) of Barangay Ginebra and Globalport’s Terrence Romeo (11,052) are the two other players from Visayas who already surpassed the 10,000 vote barrier. The rest of the Top 10 players in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao who made it to the initial cutoff are as follows. Luzon – Marc Pingris (8,553), LA Tenorio (7,051), Paul Lee (6,880), Jayson Castro (6,566), Mark Caguioa (5,550), Alex Cabagnot (5,129), Marcio Lassiter (5,093), and Arwind Santos (4,972). Visayas – Joe Devance (8,341), Roger Pogoy (7,467), Jeff Chan (7,386), Chris Ross (6,413), and Aldrech Ramos (4,352). Mindanao – Jaypee Erram (8,342), Baser Amer (7,526), Rafi Reavis (7,331), Cyrus Baguio (7,269), and Sonny Thoss (6,395).  .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMar 11th, 2018

RSA kinilala ng PSA

SA walang sawang pagbuhos ng suporta sa Philippine sports, iginawad kamakailan kay San Miguel Corporation president/chief opera­ting officer Ramon S. Ang ang Executive of the Year award sa PSA Annual Awards Night sa Manila Hotel. Tatlo sa pinakapopular na teams sa PBA ay kay RSA – San Miguel Beer, Ginebra at Magnolia Pambansang Manok. Inayudahan din niya ang women’s volleyball sa pamamagitan ng… link: RSA kinilala ng PSA.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsMar 10th, 2018

The Blur proves his status as Gilas 'premier closer'

MANILA, Philippines --- Gilas Pilipinas head coach Chot Reyes labeled Jayson Castro as his "premier closer" Sunday after the game against Japan in the 2019 FIBA World Cup Asian Qualifiers. The Blur proved his coach right. With the Philippines holding on to a two-point lead late against the Japanese, Castro came through with a clutch floater under duress, giving Gilas an 88-84 lead with 10 seconds to go. Castro finished with only eight points, all in the second half. His "game winner" was his only make in the fourth period. That was more than enough for the Philippines to secure the win and move on to the second round of the Asian Qualifiers. "Siguro as a veteran, yung mga ganoong responsibility kailangan ko [i-grab], kasi yun nga, nakita ko naman na may advantage ako," Castro said. "Yung mga moment na ganoon, kapag beterano ka, dapat ikaw yung [kumuha]. So miss or make, yun nga, basta matira lang namin. Lucky lang na na-shoot," he added. Castro has played three games in these Qualifiers and for each game, he has been crucial in the clutch, giving the Philippines three wins to advance to the second round. The only game he missed due to an ankle injury was the road game against Australia earlier this weeek. Gilas lost to the Boomers. After being on the shelf, he made sure to be ready in the rematch against the Akatsuki Five. "Almost one week akong walang basketball din eh, totally rest lang 'yung mga couple of days. Sa Australia din ako nag-start mag-rehab, mga light work out lang," he said. "And then, last night lang 'yun, nag-scrimmage ako. Pero 'yun nga, sabi ko naman, ready ako just in case na gamitin ako," Castro added. Missing his shot against Australia, Castro is now looking forward to meeting the Boomers in July at the Philippine Arena. He is confident about the Philippines' chances of an upset. "Na-feel namin na may chance tayo eh, as long as maaga lang tayong mag-prepare and at the same time 'yun nga, makapag-training camp man lang, at the same time makapag-tune up game para ma-feel lang 'yung isa't isa ulit," Castro said, talking about Australia. "Parang 'yun ang kailangan para talunin 'yung Australia eh. Kasi alam naman natin na kaya natin sila," the Blur added.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 25th, 2018

UAAP VOLLEYBALL: Kailangan ilabas ang tapang -- Dy

After a humbling experience at the hands of National University last Sunday, grand slam-seeking De La Salle University realized what was lacking early in their campaign in the 80th UAAP women’s volleyball tournament. It took the Lady Spikers a painful loss and an extra set of training after that for them to discover an important facet of their game that went missing.      “’You know right after we lost to NU, we went straight back to our gym to fix our mistakes,” said graduating opposite hitter Kim Kianna Dy. “Syempre dun pa lang lumabas yung tapang namin. Sinabi nga ni coach (Ramil De Jesus) bakit hindi kayo matapang nu’ng game, bakit ngayon matapang kayo?” DLSU responded with a 25-18, 25-17, 25-20, drubbing of University of the East Wednesday to get back on the winning track and erase its five-set defeat against the unbeaten Lady Bulldogs three days before. “So ngayon, na-address namin yung kailangan matapos agad, hindi dapat maging complacent na we’re two sets ahead, and then biglang bibitawan lang," said Dy, who had eight points against the Lady Warriors. Desiree Cheng and reigning Most Valuable Player Majoy Baron scored 13 points each while Aduke Ogunsanya finished with 12 as the Lady Spikers improved to 4-1 win-loss record behind NU.  “Well 'yung purpose ng pagbalik namin sa La Salle. Siguro during the game nung Sunday, ni-remind ko lang sila na dapat kilala niyo 'yung sarili niyo, kung sino kayo,” said De Jesus, whose squad went straight to training in DLSU after absorbing a 24-26, 25-19, 25-22, 17-25, 14-16, defeat to NU. It was a sorry loss for the Lady Spikers as they squandered a 12-8 lead in the fifth set. NU took a 14-13 lead in that frame after Jaja Santiago caught fire. Dy saved a match point but the Lady Bulldogs stole the win after a Santiago kill followed by an Aiko Urdas off the block attack.  “’Minsan kasi, nakakalimutan niyo kung sino na kayo’, sabi kong ganoon. Ang dami niyong pinagdaanan, ang dami niyong experience na pinag-daanan. So pagdating sa mga ganyang klase ng game, dapat kilala niyo 'yung sarili niyo, kung ano 'yung aasahan ng team sa inyo. So 'yun lang naman din,” added De Jesus. Dy admitted that they deserved that extra training. “’Pag sinabi na ni coach yun na walang magbibihis, diretso tayo La Salle, alam na namin. We know that we deserved what happened. Yung right after, training. Wala eh, natalo kami so kailangan ayusin yung mga kulang pa namin,” she said. “I think one of the things na super important na natutunan namin right after, yung ginagawa namin after the game, is tapang dapat. Kasi may mga drills na hindi ka... it’s a drill, tapos di ka titigil hangga’t sinabi ni coach. So you have to show your toughness, you have to show na di ka maggi-give up,” Dy added. “So para siyang connected sa game. You shouldn’t give up until 25.”   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 21st, 2018

John Lloyd enjoy pa kay Ellen, ayaw pang magtrabaho

SOBRANG nagi-enjoy ngayon sa kanilang relasyon ang magkasintahang John Lloyd Cruz at Ellen Adarna na siyang dahilan kung bakit ayaw pa ng dalawa laluna si John Lloyd bumalik sa trabaho. Walang nakakaalam kung kelan babalikan ni John Lloyd ang kanilang weekly sitcom ni Toni Gonzaga, ang “Home Sweetie Home” kaya….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsFeb 4th, 2018

Kris Aquino says ‘political reality’ is reason TV networks won’t hire her

Queen of All Media Kris Aquino reveals what she thinks is the reason why major networks are shying away from getting back on television. On Instagram, a concerned fan asked the actress why no TV network has opened doors for her despite being among the premiere TV hosts in the country. "Bakit po walang kumukuhang network sa iyo Miss Kris, eh ang galing galing niyo po... Every Filipino wants [to see you on] television," a certain @jonaldojmanalo1565 said. His concern got the TV host's attention and was lucky enough to draw out an answer from her. To Aquino, it's simply a "political reality," which she did not elaborate on. Although Aquino has stopped appearing on TV ...Keep on reading: Kris Aquino says ‘political reality’ is reason TV networks won’t hire her.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 31st, 2018

June Mar on Kai: Grabe yung potential niya

It's very rare for June Mar Fajardo to be the smaller person when taking a photo with someone else. Well that was the case Monday because the reigning four-time PBA Most Valuable Player was taking snapshots with high school phenom Kai Sotto of Ateneo. You see, the Kraken stands at 6'10". But Kai? The young buck is already at 7'1" and is still growing. "Na-amaze ako. Nakita ko na siya dati," Fajardo said of Sotto. "Dati halos konti lang lamang niya eh, ngayon sobra na," he added talking about their respective heights. While the two already met before, Monday was the first time Fajardo saw Sotto in action as the Ateneo high school star attended his first Gilas Pilipinas practice at the Meralco Gym. Sotto, with his combination of height, age, and potential, is seen as the future of Philippine basketball and Fajardo, the current star of the sport, couldn't agree more. "Grabe yung potential niya, sobrang bright ng future niya," Fajardo said. For the Kraken, it's simply a matter of Kai doing the right things to fulfill his potential. "Kailangan lang niya mag-practice ng mabuti. Kailangan ng disiplina sa sarili at kailangan niya magpalakas ng katawan din. Big man siya eh so banggaan yun," Fajardo said. "Pero so far naman, maganda naman. Grabe, kita niyo yung paano siya dumakdak? Talagang baon talaga yung bola sa dunk niya. Future siya ng Gilas at ng PBA," June Mar added. At 15 years old, Kai still has a long way to go, as early as now, he has caught the attention of the best player in the Philippines today. "Oo, malalampasan walang duda yun," Fajardo said when asked if Sotto can one day surpass his already-impressive resume. "Ang tangkad niya, 6'10" ako nasa 7'1" na ata siya. Nag-usap nga kami ni Japeth [Aguilar] ngayon pag-pasok ni Kai wala na dadakdakan na kami nun eh," he added.     --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 29th, 2018

Babaeng tumira umano ng liquid ecstasy, mistulang sinapian ang tama

Sa ulat ni Mark Zambrano sa GMA News Tv 'Balita Pilipinas' nitong Biyernes, makikita sa video ang dalawang babae. Ang isang babae, tila walang malay habang ang isa pa ay pagulong-gulong at s.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsJan 12th, 2018

'FridayFeels: Ang wallet kong waley. Bow.

Wa datung, wa laman kundi resibong gusot.Wasak na ang balat, warak na ang loob.Walang panregalong laruansa kyut na pamangkinWit ke nanay, tatay, o kapatidWaley mukhang haharap sa salamin Bakit? 
(Ubo)
Walwal sa kawalanSumobra sa inomNawala sa kabangaganUbos ang ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsDec 15th, 2017

ON MY WAY TO MANILA!! 😄❤️🇵🇭 Fly with mee! ✈️ – Manila Video

ON MY WAY TO MANILA!! 😄❤️🇵🇭 Fly with mee! ✈️ Kapag mahal mo, babalikan mo! HAHA :)) Wala pang one month, I’m back again! 😂 Sobrang enjoy ako gumawa ng ganitong travel/flight videos kasi feeling ko kasama ko kayo sa byahe HAHA :)) Bakit ba kasi ang layo ng New Zealand at Australia sa Pilipinas?… link: ON MY WAY TO MANILA!! 😄❤️🇵🇭 Fly with mee! ✈️ – Manila Video.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsNov 25th, 2017

Direct Action sa Edukasyon

90% ng mga mahihirap o yaong nasa below the poverty line sa Southeast Asia ay nasa Indonesia at Pilipinas. Ito ang nasa ulat ng Asean-China-UNDP Report on Financing the Sustainable Development Goals. Mabilis na umikot sa social media ang kabi-kabilang batikos sa kasalukuyang administrasyon bilang siyang may kagagawan kung bakit….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsNov 24th, 2017

Terrence Romeo insists injury is main reason for Gilas absence

Amid all the questions about his absence, Terrence Romeo insisted that it was his nagging knee injury and not anything else that prevented him from joining Gilas Pilipinas in theto the 2019 Fiba World Cup. Romeo,an integral piece of the national team, broke his silence and declared hissupport for his brothers hours before the Filipinos take on Japan in Tokyo. The sly guard set the record straight in an Instagram post that his knee contusion was the main reason for his absence and that "no one else can stop me from playing for the country aside from my injury." Gusto ko lang po sagutin sa mga nag tatanong kung bakit hindi ako nakasama sa Gilas; injured po ako at kailangan...Keep on reading: Terrence Romeo insists injury is main reason for Gilas absence.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 24th, 2017

Kontra-modernidad: Ilang Mungkahi sa Pagbabagong Radikal ng Lipunan

“Walang mang-aapi kung walang nagpapaapi…”—Jose Rizal “Walang himagsikang nabibigo. Bawat isa ay hakbang sa wastong direksiyon” —Salud Algabre, lider ng Sakdalista Ni E. SAN JUAN, JR. Polytechnic University of the Philippines LAGOM: Salungat at tahasang lihis sa Kanluraning tipo ng modernidad, ang alternatibong uri ng pakamakabago sa Pilipinas ay natatangi. Dahilan nito ang kolonyal/neokolonyal na… The post Kontra-modernidad: Ilang Mungkahi sa Pagbabagong Radikal ng Lipunan appeared first on Bulatlat......»»

Category: newsSource:  bulatlatRelated NewsNov 8th, 2017

CRUCIBLE: Wakasan ang Martial Law at Giyera at Isulong ang Seryosong “Pis Prasis”

(Talumpati sa pambansang kumperensya ng Laban ng Masa, ginanap sa Bahay ng Alumni, UP Diliman, nuong 29 Oktobre 2017. Para malagyan nang konteksto at malinaw na paglalahad, may mga konteng dagdag sa talumpati pero walang ginawang pagbago sa kabuuang buod ng mensahe.) LUNGSOD NG QUEZON (MindaNews / Nob 2) – Isang mapagpalayang pagbati ngayong araw sa […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  mindanewsRelated NewsNov 2nd, 2017