Monthly Archives: June 2013


My Photo: Typical country scenery around my current place of residence I have never lived in the countryside until some years ago and I have to admit that growing up, I could never imagine myself living in the country.  I … Continue reading

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Independence Day

In this post, I wanted to discuss President Manuel L. Quezon‘s statement: “I would rather have a country run like hell by Filipinos than a country run like heaven by the Americans, because however bad a Filipino government might be, … Continue reading

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Urban Greenprint

In this post, I would like to express my appreciation for the positive changes implemented by the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA).  Because while there is still a lot of negative (traffic, and flooding during the rainy season–that’s for another … Continue reading

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Cold as Steel

In relation to the second topic in my first ever post, I would like to reinforce the imperative for industrialization in developing countries, especially those with the resources to do so. I named the title of this post “Cold as … Continue reading

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Brands: Faber-Castell

I have always loved shopping for school supplies.  Because they can be instruments of creativity as well as learning. I wanted to discuss Faber-Castell because their products are so refined and finely crafted. My Photo: I was designing this cover … Continue reading

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