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The Jeepney Barker: A Voice Away from the Streets

In what seems to be ordinary days in people’s daily routines and in the busy hustle and bustle of the city, just a little over the pedestrian lanes where jeepneys come to a halt, comes the screaming city’s landmarks, trying to be heard over the loud honking of the vehicles …

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What is disturbing in this year’s PPP?

Filipinos have always been movie aficionados. Over the years, the branding of Filipino cinema has been infiltrated mostly with cheesy romantic-comedy starring the country’s most famous loveteams; comedies that utilize superficial and condescending jokes; horror films where half the time viewers can already predict where the ghosts will show up; …

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