“My first hamburger came from the trash I collected in the buses that I cleaned for ten pesos a day when I was a kid. My stepfather was a basurero and he trained us to be the same, so we can have money to go to school. My mother left me with my stepfather when I was a kid. But he loved me just like his own children. Because of this, my stepbrothers were kinda jealous of me when we were kids, so one of them stabbed me with a ballpen under my eye. I still have the battle scar,” Leo Consul chats with your resident Manila Bulletin Gossip Girl in the Instagram app.
At the prime of her life, Evelyn Chua-Ng, 43, is an outstanding example of a successful career woman who has achieved a perfect work-life balance, grounded by a strong Christian faith.
Stratpoint Technologies chief executive officer Mary Rose De la Cruz is one of those rare individuals, who has put into good use what she pursued in school.
The UP Visayas College of Management batch 1992 contributed funds for the construction of Delian Day Care Center in Coron, Palawan. Aside from this, they also provided books and other school materials for the children. This project is spearheaded by UP alumni Cyril Gepanayao and Gabriel Jover. The UP Visayas College of Management batch 1992 […]
by Pao Vergara With the ubiquity of nature photography and videography, thanks to electronic media, one housewife’s passion is reviving a lost art–while also protecting a bigger future On an overcast morning at the Conrad Manila, World Nature Conservation Day 2021 saw various sectors and organizations unite to add splashes of color to an otherwise […]
National Artist Kidlat Tahimik found himself taking a small part in a locally produced war movie that strives to depict a “genuine Cordillera” when the Japanese Imperial Army invaded the country during World War II.
By: Denver Del Rosario – Social Media Specialist / @DenverINQ MANILA, Philippines — When full-time working student Danica Mae Godornes learned that she would be graduating from the University of the Philippines (UP) College of Law both as batch valedictorian and magna cum laude, she was nothing but surprised. “I do not compute my grades,” […]
A lucky combination: His love for technology and his passion for education may very well be a good marriage of sorts. It was technology that became the winning anchor in transforming the many ways in which we do our banking these days.
by Karina Lagdameo-Santillan ARTIST’S PROFILE I first met Junyee when I was a student at the University of the Philippines in the early seventies. Together with some artist friends, we would later visit him when he began living in the campus of UP, Los Banos, which has become his home and a source of indigenous […]
by Patricia Bianca Taculao Mark Dexter Iglesias is an entrepreneur and the owner of Iglesias Farms in Malvar, Batangas. But he didn’t always expect to play an active role in agriculture. He didn’t even plan to take a degree in Agribusiness Management. But since life works in mysterious ways, he was eventually set on that […]