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The violence is directed toward innocent, ordinary people also struggling to keep their heads above water in these difficult times.

Posted on August 11, 2011   |   CATEGORY: In-Depth

About two decades ago, I had the chance to live in Texas as a newly wed journalist. I was granted an F2 visa as a dependent of my husband who had an F1 or a student visa. He was to start his practical training with a law firm after completing his graduate studies in law, [...]

Posted on June 29, 2011   |   CATEGORY: Blogs, Chay Florentino-Hofileña

“A gripping, no-budget political thriller,” writes film critic Stephen Holden in the New York Times about the movie Cavite.

Posted on July 16, 2006   |   CATEGORY: Reviews

Entertainers can’t be instantly transformed into caregivers. What’s the government to do?

Posted on February 28, 2005   |   CATEGORY: In-Depth

The government wasted several chances to bring back Tan to Manila.

Posted on July 7, 2003   |   CATEGORY: In-Depth

By ANTONIO SEMPIO Making people-to-people relationship healthy and equal rests largely on Japan. More than 20 years of sending Filipino entertainers to Japan has shaped our ties with that East Asian power. Next to America, Japan is one country to which many Filipinos have cultivated personal links, nurtured by intermarriages. What has emerged, though, is [...]

Posted on February 3, 2003   |   CATEGORY: In-Depth
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