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Letters

Iadya Mo Kami: An Advent of Epiphany

IT IS through rose-tinted spectacles that man perceives the social order, making him selective and indifferent to the troubles burdening him at the present time. Director Mel Chionglo deviates from the typical themes used in films and transgresses to expose one of the ills in today’s society with his movie …

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Double-sided Gesture

  Double-sided Gesture by Dianne Alyssa A. Aguirre Let your thumb speak your judgment about the past in a coin toss, when He was more than a right-sided face in every five-peso, and led the Motherland in its first republic year. A thumbs up could be as double-sided as a …

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Huwag Magpigil Seryoso

Huwag Magpigil Seryoso ni Ynca Ann Eve Duerme Isang parodiya sa tulang “Ang Huling Tula Na Isusulat Ko Para Sa’yo” ni Juan Miguel Severo Ito na ang huling tula na isusulat ko para sa’yo. Pangako ‘yan, at totoo. Sa pagdami ng taong kay dulas magsalita at sa pagdami ng mga …

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Artistang Artlets’ Pendulum: A Review

TIME IS the indefinite continued progression of existence and events that occur in apparently irreversible succession from the past through the present to the future. However, Pendulum seeks to let the audience think otherwise. Fascinated by the concept of time, writer Rani Mae Aberin attempted to reconcile Cronus, the god of …

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3 Stars and a Sun: A Subtle Revolution

FIFTY YEARS from now, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration perceived that half of Manila and parts of Las Piñas will be completely gone due to the effects of climate change. On the other hand, most fantasize about a Philippines taken over by robots and highly advanced technology like “smart …

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William: Mystery behind the Name

RON CAPINDING’S rap-musical “William” showcases the blend of Shakespearean literature and Philippine culture. The play introduces five junior high school students pondering on the questions, “Who is William Shakespeare?” and “Why are his writings considered important?” The students are stock characters, portraying stereotypical teenage high school students represented by a specific …

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