If you have a lot of free time, a passion for telling stories, and a penchant for the company of […]
Student Alliance for the Advancement of Democratic Rights in UP (STAND UP), Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, […]
Originally titled Katipunan (Mga Anak ng Bayan),Sigaw ng Bayan recounts the founding of Katipunan and the 1896 Revolution. This part […]
In our continuing Exclusive Content Series, Ateneo professor and award-winning poet Louie Jon A. Sanchez writes about the state of Filipino poetry […]
Please send books for the malnourished children of Mindanao. Tagum City Food Bank is a Mindanao-based organization dedicated to feeding the region’s […]
The public is cordially invited to the launch of the book COMPANIONABLE VOICES Five Filipino Poets POETRY FROM A LOST GENERATION at 6 […]
The Japan Foundation, Manila (JFM) in celebration of the 40th Year of ASEAN-Japan Friendship and Cooperation brings you “The Restaurant […]
Where do the pictures stop and where do the words begin? There is a difference between picture books and story […]
What does the phrase “contracting colonialism” mean? Is colonialism being likened to glass, which contracts as it cools? Could it […]
The Merchant of Venice was written by William Shakespeare between 1596 and 1598. Though it has been classified as a […]