Tag Archive: Balita

Covering the papal visit

For the past 4 days, I have been given 3 opportunities to see the pope through my journalism class. I was tasked to ask people about their stories all while getting the opportunity to… Continue reading

Breaking barriers, bridging economies

With the Philippine economy on a record-breaking rise and the Asia-Pacific international relations stable, 2015 is an opportune year for the Philippines to host the 2015 Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Economic Leaders’ Meeting… Continue reading

Crafting happy endings

Travelling on foot, crutches, and wheels, the elderly of Luwalhati ng Maynila (Glory of Manila), a home for the aged, proceed to their multi-purpose hall, ready to face their visitors for the day.… Continue reading

When mines are ours

FOR AN enterprise that contributes so much to the country and to the world, the Philippine mining industry is understood so little. The Philippines is fifth in the world in highest mineral reserves.… Continue reading

Word(s) of a nation

LANGUAGE IS seen as a unifying factor, particularly for people who share a common identity. This unifying quality is celebrated in the country’s Buwan ng Wika theme for the year, “Filipino: Wika ng… Continue reading

Filipino: The best of all worlds

FILIPINO CAN now be considered a global language. According to Wika ng Agham at Kultura Inc. President and Palanca Hall of Famer Isagani Cruz, this can be attributed to the people’s diaspora and… Continue reading

MAY HIMALA: Priest sets line between superstitious and divine

MANILA, PHILIPPINES- Holy week in the Philippines will begin on Thursday April 2 2015. It’s that time of the year again. Homes have begun smelling like incense from the newly blessed palaspas and… Continue reading

GALLERY: Anting-antings and their blessings