A Nation of Broken Hearts

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[Entry 51, The SubSelfie Blog] I’m back at the University of Santo Tomas, my Alma Mater — not at the plaza or my old building or even the walkways I spent endless hours in… Continue reading

Before You Promise Forever

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[Entry 50, The SubSelfie Blog] When it comes to love, I don’t believe in promises of forever. I’m not bitter. I just turned 23, and at my age, I still drift to Neverland… Continue reading

Inside the Danger Zone of Mayon Volcano by Ephraim Aguilar

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[Entry 49, The SubSelfie Blog] Guest blogger: Ephraim Aguilar grew up in Bicol. He was a regional correspondent for the Philippine Daily Inquirer. He now works for GMA News as an Executive Producer… Continue reading

Love in the Time of Martial Law

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[Entry 48, The SubSelfie Blog] Note: First featured on a news report last year for State of the Nation with Jessica Soho. Fe and Roger had been co-teachers in a university for quite some… Continue reading

Frustrations of a Photojournalist by Ronin Bautista

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[Entry 47, The SubSelfie Blog] Guest blogger: Ronin Bautista is a former web producer for GMA News Online. He is presently working in the private sector but he is still active in online journalism.… Continue reading

Desaparecidos: The Effects of their Mysterious Abductions

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[Entry 46, The SubSelfie Blog] This article is a sequel. Read the first part here. Desaparecidos are people who vanished without a trace and against their will. The term has roots in Latin America… Continue reading

Caught in Conflict: Golan Heights and Trapped Filipino Soldiers

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[Entry 45, The SubSelfie Blog] Co-written with Lian Buan Update: The Armed Forces of the Philippines has confirmed that all of our soldiers have evaded the rebels this morning (Sunday, 5am Manila time). To… Continue reading

The Myth of ‘The Butcher’ Jovito Palparan by Dano Tingcungco

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[Entry 44, The SubSelfie Blog] This article is the first of a two-part series. Read the sequel here. Guest blogger: Dano Tingcungco has been a news reporter for GMA News since April 2007 and… Continue reading

The Burial of Anria Espiritu: Justice and the Death Penalty

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[Entry 43, The SubSelfie Blog] When people bid a dead person farewell, most would say rest in peace. But for casualties of crime, will there really be peace for families and loved ones… Continue reading