Exploring Boracay: Before the Hiatus

“The most patriotic thing you can do is to take care of the environment and try to live sustainably” – Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Just a few more days before the anticipated Boracay 6-month closure, we get to experience its remarkable crystal beach and powdery sand before it laid to rest for a few months.... Continue Reading →


Exploring Batanes: The Philippines’ Nature’s Playground

Whenever someone asks me “where’s the most adorable place to go to the Philippines?”, there is only one place that always comes to my mind—Batanes. Going to Batanes has been my childhood dream. Back when I was a child, I used to collect postcards and often daydream of seeing Basco Lighthouse. The first time I... Continue Reading →

We March on Women’s March

‪It was never easy to be around people all the time. Meeting different kinds of stranger and interacting with them is almost as hard as being alone in a foreign place, always finding your way, always trying to blend in. Even so, I find airports to be one of the saddest places I’ve been to.... Continue Reading →

Aesthete: Ephemeral Display

In the words of an artist, "The idea of being in a place with no distinguishable forms may cause discomfort to some. In art, empty canvasses were often a statement for many artists in challenging traditional works." I have recently visited the opening reception of Chati Coronel's THE INFINITE YES at Silverlens Gallery. "It comes... Continue Reading →

Habitat for Humanity Philippines: BayaniJuan sa Calauan

Early January of this year, our flag carrier--Philippine Airlines--and Habitat for Humanity Philippines have forged a partnership which will enable both parties to create joint initiatives to expand the reach of their corporate social responsibility, advocacies, programs and services.[1] "Habitat provides simple, decent and affordable shelter to beneficiaries who belong to the bottom thirty percent... Continue Reading →

Aesthete: Pinto Art Museum

"Pinto, a Filipino word for door, serves as a gateway for modern and contemporary art."₁ Pinto Art Museum (PAM), is a collection of over 300 art pieces from various local artists that aims to preserve and promote the conservation of nature, education, and appreciation for historical art and culture. The entire museum has a Mediterranean-inspired... Continue Reading →

Welcoming 2017

2016 has been an amazing roller-coaster ride. A year full of fun and adventure. Looking back, 2016 turns out to be the most thought provoking year of my life. Trials, problems, sadness, hardships became my companion. Stress becomes a habit. Heartache becomes constant. Depression accentuated. Quarter to mid life crisis intensified. And most of all... Continue Reading →

UAAP Season LXXIX: Cheerdance Competition

"Graceful as Cats, strong as Tigers" Indeed a surprising season has ended for UAAP Cheerdance Competition. I highly appreciate this year's performances. I guess every school deserves a big round of applause for a job well done. Each team leveled-up their performance and it even exceeded my expectation.  Congratulations again to NU Pep Squad for... Continue Reading →

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