He built a library in the wake of a financial crisis, in the name of the nation’s children. This is the story of Eko Cahyono
Why Indonesia? That’s a question thrown at me over and over again ever since I moved to this country.
In most instances, I say the easiest answer so people would let me off the hook: Because it’s a wonderful country. Because your people are warm. Your culture is far better than...Read More »
MANILA, Philippines – In Manila, there lived a “king” who ran motels notorious for hosting two-timers who played with fire or couples who met for short trysts, especially during the love month of February.
The managers even urged hookers in bars to bring their patrons to their motels, so every night...Read More »
MANILA, Philippines – Emotions ran high Thursday, January 22, as the flight and cabin crew of the country’s flag carrier gathered to recall their encounter with Pope Francis aboard the Shepherd One.
More than 30 PAL employees – pilots and cabin crew – spoke with journalists at PAL’s headquarters in Pasay...Read More »
MANILA, Philippines – In just two years, Japanese convenience store chain FamilyMart branched out more than 60 times in Metro Manila.
And by the end of 2014, FamilyMart targets a hundred more to gradually realize their business plan of 500 branches across the Philippines.
The aggressive expansion of the company – competing...Read More »
BALUT ISLAND, Philippines – “If the waters are calm, we could reach Indonesia in three hours or so,” Alfrede Lahabir points his lips toward the window of his nipa hut, where the Celebes sea can be seen.
“We go to Indonesia at least once a month,” he says in a mixture...Read More »
DAVAO CITY, Philippines – Gently brushing her cheek against her newborn like a breeze in the warmest hours of the afternoon, 20-year-old Adelyn has a lot to thank for since she became a mother.
A young single parent, Adelyn said the birth of her daughter helped her break the cycle of...Read More »