By Roger Pe
Many Filipinos have made their mark in professional leadership roles in Southeast Asia. A number have also reached top management positions in the region. Some have gone further, achieving juicy careers in the tough and bigger China market.
By Susan K
Many read the Bible. Some are not interested. Others do not want to study it thinking it is hard to understand. Some never read it at all.
By Rima Jessamine M. Granali
Tales of revolutionary struggles and triumphs come to mind as one looks at a painting of layers of flags in varying shades of blue. The Soldier’s Arch and other paintings in Edwin Wilwayco’s Parañaque home are inspired by the Philippines’ colorful past and vibrant culture.
By Lourdes Santos Tancinco
Permanent resident visas are not really “permanent.” A “green card” may still be revoked by the US Department of Homeland Security on certain grounds. In some cases, green card holders may even face the threat of deportation.
By Susan K
Nora Ursabia of Davao City sent an SMS (text message) to Bantay OCW. Ursabia, who said she read Inquirer every day in the Department of Education office in Davao City where she worked, has a sister in Dubai whose contract ended in March.