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TALKBACK THURSDAY| Davao’s Concerned Citizens

DAVAO City is 79 years old this year. Although it is the age of a senior citizen, it is still quite young for a city.

Posted in Opinion

TALKBACK THURSDAY| Forgiveness is not the opposite of justice

THE SUBJECT of forgiveness weighs heavily on my mind these days. For one, I just learned that my biological father who abandoned

Posted in Opinion

TALKBACK THURSDAY| People Power in 2016

I WAS attending the National Secondary Schools Press Conference (NSSPC) in Barotac Nuevo, Iloilo 

Posted in Opinion

TALKBACK THURSDAY| Stop the Corrupt

IT WAS a very passionate Valentine’s Day celebration for me last week. First, I started the weekend dancing with grassroots women,

Posted in Opinion

TALKBACK THURSDAY| Yellow as the color of opportunism

AS FAR as I can remember, yellow has always been my favorite color. As a little girl, I pick stuff up simply because it’s yellow.

Posted in Opinion

TALKBACK THURSDAY| Barbie’s sales-motivated makeover

SO BARBIE, that iconic doll from Mattel, is now 57 years old and she just got a makeover. Barbie is the first fashion doll with a

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TALKBACK THURSDAY | What’s the point of commercial billboards in our airports?

SO I AM writing this at the pre-departure lounge of the Davao International Airport as they are announcing that my flight’s

Posted in Opinion

TALKBACK THURSDAY| Losing two classmates

I STARTED the new year dealing with death and loss. I guess there is no better way to begin a new year than reflecting

Posted in Opinion

TALKBACK THURSDAY| What about national holidays for our women heroes?

DECEMBER 30 is Rizal Day and my smart little feminist goddaughter, Gabbi, 10, asked her mom, Lorna, this question:

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MY DAVAO| DAVAO CITY MAYOR’S COMMUNITY RELATIONS PROGRAM TEAM REUNITED FOR CHRISTMAS

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AS THE PHILIPPINES and the rest of the world started to hear wonderful things about Davao City,

Posted in Lifestyle