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21.02.2021

WHEREVER YOU LOOK BACK

WHEREVER YOU LOOK BACK

POEM         WHEREVER YOU LOOK BACK, there’s haiku. In fact, it’s there in the moss on the wall blessed by rain. In the fallen jasmin, like an upturned umbrella on a grimy road. In the leaves of shiny bush, on the foot of newly grown moringa. They… »

21.02.2021

Art Exhibit at the Giant Dwarf Art Space, Angono, Rizal

Art Exhibit at the Giant Dwarf Art Space, Angono, Rizal

VISUAL ARTS         by Saki (Ishak Binudin) As a phenomenon of life, regeneration takes on different forms, captured by the diverse paintings and artworks presented by five artists of different generations, using different aesthetic techniques and approaches. As renewal or restoration, regeneration is equally observed in the… »

18.02.2021

New Study: Zero Waste Systems Could Create Thousands of Good Jobs for Cities Around the World 

New Study: Zero Waste Systems Could Create Thousands of Good Jobs for Cities Around the World 

Zero Waste Found to Be a Key Strategy to Build Strong, Sustainable Economies 17 February 2021– A new study from GAIA finds that cities that invest in Zero Waste programs and policies create good green jobs, in addition to known benefits of reducing pollution and improving community health. This report comes… »

14.02.2021

Beyond Lake Sebu: Blaans’ rich indigenous dreamwoven tabih and its master weaver, rituals, dances, homestays, at Blaan Wellness and Tribal Village

Beyond Lake Sebu: Blaans’ rich indigenous dreamwoven tabih and its master weaver, rituals, dances, homestays, at Blaan Wellness and Tribal Village

INDIGENOUS CULTURE/NARRATIVE         Narrative by Claire Madarang I have always associated South Cotabato, a province in the Philippines with the serene Lake Sebu and the dreamweaving T’boli indigenous people and their masterpiece, the t’nalak. South Cotabato is in fact known as the “Land of the Dreamweavers.” However,… »

14.02.2021

The Girl Who Found Her Ancestors

The Girl Who Found Her Ancestors

TALE         by Liz Medina There was once a little girl born on a faraway island kingdom, in a small hut, all by herself. No one could tell her who her parents were. In fact, no one in the tribe knew how she got there, and the medicine… »

14.02.2021

Sun: A first offering of the year

Sun: A first offering of the year

POEM       This was the first poem of 2021 that whispered to me, upon seeing this photograph by Aze. A photograph she sent on New Year’s day with a New Year wish for everyone. SUN by Rem Tanauan I knit the entire universe using fibers of light.  … »

07.02.2021

Assange Verdict, ‘Severe Blow to Press Freedom’: Chomsky

Assange Verdict, ‘Severe Blow to Press Freedom’: Chomsky

Though WikiLeaks founder will not be extradited to the U.S., the America-led war on the press goes on. In an exclusive interview with Brazilian journalist Edu Montesanti, Chomsky strongly opposes Washington’s accusation, that the Australian journalist poses a threat to American security: “The persecution of Assange is politically motivated“ By… »

20.01.2021

EcoWaste Coalition Honors Customs Official with “Environmental Justice Award” for Re-Exporting Illegal Waste Shipments to South Korea

EcoWaste Coalition Honors Customs Official with “Environmental Justice Award” for Re-Exporting Illegal Waste Shipments to South Korea

20 January 2021, Quezon City. The waste and pollution watchdog group EcoWaste Coalition presented the “Environmental Justice Award” to Bureau of Customs-Region 10 District Collector John Simon in a virtual ceremony held yesterday. Simon, a customs official with 31 years of distinguished service in the government sector, is the lone… »

14.01.2021

Song for the dearly departed, Adrian Jones

Song for the dearly departed, Adrian Jones

Elegy and eulogy by critic and curator Marian Pastor Roces for an artist He entitled an exhibition “Songs for the dearly departed:” his elegiac installation for the long-deceased composer and proto-ethnomusicologist Percy Grainger. For it, he made an overlarge concrete vat with an exquisite concavity, and set in it a… »

08.01.2021

Environment Groups launch activities for Zero Waste Month

Environment Groups launch activities for Zero Waste Month

Philippine environment groups belonging to the About BFFP movement launched their activities at the opening of the celebration of the National Zero Waste Month. The Break Free From Plastic (BFFP) is a global movement working towards a future free from plastic pollution. In a webinar held last January… »

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