MANILA, Philippines - Today is the first day of June, almost a month since the presidential election. I woke up at 2 p.m. because I slept at 7 a.m. Obviously, I haven’t recovered from my graveyard shift during the Halalan 2010 coverage. I feel so jetlagged, except I’ve only been traveling from my home in Ortigas to the ABS-CBN War Room in Quezon City.
It has its deep roots sunk many, many years ago. For me, it was when we kicked out a homegrown dictator in February of 1986. Millions massed on an avenue that would later spawn malls and mega-malls. But then it was just an avenue that linked the metropolis from north to south, suddenly becoming a symbol for a revolution powered by the people.
For the first time since 1995, no former military or police officer made it to the Senate in the election. Are we seeing an end to the allure of the men in uniform in the national psyche?
MANILA, Philippines – Asian film icon and Hollywood actress Michelle Yeoh, together with the Asian Development Bank (ADB), called for the prioritization of road safety in the region during a transport forum at the ADB Headquarters in Mandaluyong City Wednesday morning.
Ako ay natutuwa na ang ating matagal ng advocacy tungkol sa maayos na pag gastos sa remittances na natatanggap ng mga pamilya ng mga OFWs ay pinapanigan ng maraming mga pamilya kung ating titingnan ang resulta ng quarterly Consumer Expectations Survey na ginagawa ng Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas o BSP sa nakalipas na tatlong taon. Ang pinakahuling survey na ginawa ng BSP para sa First Quarter ng 2010 ay ginanap noong February 10–21.
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