Kahit ang mga expat hired ng gobyerno ng Qatar ay hindi sigurado sa kanilang trabaho dahil sa pandemya.
Breathtaking Bhutan: Himalayan Kingdom Frozen in Time
While the world continues to reel from the devastating pandemic, Bhutan proves to be a success story in fending off the deadly virus.
Pangungulila at Pag-iisa sa Panahon ng Corona
‘Nakita ko ang isang mukha ng bansang ito na kadalasang naikukubli ng matataas at mararangyang gusali’
Not a Lost March: A Tribute to ‘Corona’ Graduates
I heard the call of home from more than a thousand miles away. I went home to my alma mater, Sindangan National High School, to address its 2019 graduands. That was a year ago, but it remains one of the most meaningful journeys I have ever made. As I sat among school officials and dignitaries…
‘Prayer on Corona,’ A Poem Recited in 13 Languages
Our Global Editor Hon Sophia Balod joins people from around the world in reciting a poem about coronavirus translated into 13 languages.
Repurposing: The ‘New Normal’ in Teaching
A part-time teacher reflects on the possible “new normal” in education brought by the Covid-19 pandemic.
New Zealand Virtual Tour: No-Visa Journey in the Land of Hobbits, Narnia and PM Jacinda
Travel restrictions is punishing so we’re giving you a bit of comfort through this virtual journey through the Middle Earth.
Are We ‘Flattening the Curve’?
Don’t believe anyone who says the curve is flattening based solely on the reduction of new cases.
Under Pressure: Covid-19 Pandemic Tests Populist Duterte Government
This is governance under a crisis test, and the damage can be cured with a spin by officials with vested interests, if people are not vigilant enough and if journalists fail to do their job. But what’s really at stake here is our survival.
Of Home, Hotel and Quarantine — Manila to Macau
Metro Manila was gearing for a lockdown, and I had yet to find a flight to Macau. For an overseas Filipino worker like me, time was ticking. With the impending threat of COVID-19, my travel to Macau and the ensuing quarantine were nothing short of an adventure. March 16, 2020. I was in my small…
3D Printing, Laser Cutters: Face Shields for COVID-19 Frontliners from Philippine Science HS Campuses
Making full use of their science laboratories, the Philippine Science High School campuses are creating face shields from scratch to address the scarcity of personal protective equipment (PPE).
Update: President Rodrigo Duterte enhanced the community quarantine into a total lockdown, fighting COVID-19 with more police and military visibility. It’s also the entire Luzon island now and not just Metro Manila. There is work suspension and only basic services can resume operations. But the restricted access resulted in more gatherings of people instead of…
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