Monthly Archives: January 2011

Asia’s Oldest: Learning from UST and Her 400 Years of Unending Grace

Tomorrow, a university right smack at the heart of congested and pungent Manila will begin its celebrations to commemorate its Quadricentennial, its 400th year of existence. That university is none other than the Royal and Pontifical University of Santo Tomás, … Continue reading

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Mussels/Tahong ala Kylie Kwong

Yesterday, I decided to cook a dish for my family, which was inspired by a Kylie Kwong cooking episode. I like that Chinese-Australian lady because of her poise, beauty and sheer talent. I don’t exactly remember what it’s called but … Continue reading

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An Exhibit on Virginia Benitez Licuanan, the First Philippine High Society Columnist

Earlier today, I relished the fact that I ended relatively early at 12:30 pm, and had an entire afternoon of spending time at the Old Rizal Library. You see, this has been, by far, the only “free” Monday I have … Continue reading

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The City of Pines (and Diesel): Baguio 2011

Last New Year’s weekend, my family and I joined my uncle in Baguio to have a relaxing vacation in the country’s official summer capital. We stayed in my uncle’s company house, a quaint house located in Brgy. Gabriela Silang overlooking … Continue reading

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