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Archive for the ‘Proud To Be Pinoy’ Category

‘Di Na Babalik by Ang Bandang Shirley

September 12, 2012

OPM Superior: Listen here! ‘DI NA BABALIK Laging tinitignan mukha nating dalawa mga lumang larawan at mga lumang alaala dating kinikilig ngayon ngiti nalang pinipigilan ang bibig na sabihing miss kita ‘di na babalik ang pagtingin ‘di nagwawala ang damdamin Alam mo naman kasi sa tagal nating nagsama kilala mo na ako nababasa ang aking […]

Bipolar Album Launch

October 27, 2008

I’m one of the lucky few to be at the venue – stress free! The early birds (rain, sanners and me) catches the front row! Now I finally understood why rain was whining and getting worried about the lighting when we first got in – it was so hard to get a good shot. Majority […]

A “C” Is Still Unacceptable

September 12, 2007

My Lakbayan grade is C-! How much of the Philippines have you visited? Find out at Lakbayan! Created by Eugene Villar.

Remembering Ninoy

August 21, 2007

Today is the death anniversary of Ninoy, I found this article by Elmer Ordoñez of the Manila Times remembering the martyr. From new alliances of antimartial law groups, a pseudoname of Marcial Bonifacio, to a death still shrouded in mystery, these historical tidbits that are worth reading through. One of the few things I can still […]

Noypi on Heroes

June 15, 2007

The TV series Heroes revived my fascination with beings with super gifts. I grew up to the conflicts and triumphs of the Uncanny X-men. It also excited me that Marvel finally came up with a Superhero with Filipino ethnicity, Bishop of the X-men (he was born in Tondo, an impoverished district of Manila). So here’s […]

Still Worth Dying For?

August 21, 2006

Why Ninoy Aquino would weep if he were alive today By William Esposo INQ7.net Last updated 01:26am (Mla time) 08/21/2006 …But just as Filipinos started to think that the path has been cleared for better things, they woke up one day to the beginning of a nightmare on July 1, 1998, the day Joseph Estrada […]

I love the Philippines because…

July 5, 2006

Chinese plan tougher rules on cyberspace By Howard W. French The New York Times Published: July 4, 2006, 6:55 PM PDT Chinese authorities have announced their intention to step up their efforts to police and control the Internet and other communications technologies, including instant messaging and cell phones. Read more…

Rizal: Pride of the Malay Race

June 19, 2006

“Progressive cultures emphasize the future. Static cultures emphasize the present or past” –  Samuel P. Huntington Here’s hoping that the next generation of Filipinos (I’m no longer counting on this one) will finally see the “bigger picture”. The main difference: progressive cultures are emphasizing and investing in the future compared to our people whose current […]

With Honors…

June 19, 2006

Today's the birthday of our national pride, "The First Filipino". In remembrance and honor to you, Dr. Rizal!

Hot Hot “Gabi”

June 8, 2006

Another infamous day for fast food here in the middle of nowhere (my office). This got me craving for something Pinoy — Laing!!! "Laing" as it is commonly called, is one of the Filipino ethnic foods, which is a delicacy of the Bicol Region. However, this has also captured the discriminating taste of non-Bicolanos. It's major […]