[metaslider id=32572] Text and photos by JHESSET THRINA O. ENANO WHEN Ronald Manguiat was still studying at the Philippine Normal University (PNU) in Manila, the National Library of the Philippines (NLP) on T.M. Kalaw Avenue a few blocks away was his go-to place. He visited the library almost daily in his four years in college, […]
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By YVETTE B. MORALES CZARINAH Mercado was nervous. It was her first time to stand before a huge crowd. Clad in a persimmon dress made by a famous Filipino designer, she knew all eyes were on her. Only she couldn’t see them. Guided by a white cane, Mercado confidently strutted down the runway to show […]
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By JAKE SORIANO IN December last year, blind massage therapists from Zamboanga City traveled all the way to Cagayan de Oro to undergo licensing exams. They took the nearly 500-km journey because their jobs were on the line. But Typhoon Ruby (Hagupit) struck, and they were told to go home. No exams meant no licenses. […]
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Text and Photos by PATRICIA AURORA M. CRUZ
AT 17 years old, Rocel Sison already has her future planned out. She wants to take up Mass Communication at the Philippine Women’s University or Bulacan State University, and eventually work as a broadcaster in television or radio.