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JULY 6, 2019
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REACHING THE NEXT GENERATION

by Seneca Moraleda-Puguan

It’s commencement season in the Philippines. Pictures of graduating students wearing their ‘sablay’ and ‘toga’ are flooding my Facebook’s newsfeed. A fresh batch of young hopefuls is sent off to the real world. What kind of world awaits them? What lies beyond the confines of their universities? What kind of leaders will they become? There are so many questions that only time can tell the answer.

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CHEF JOEL NAVASCA ELEVATES FILIPINO CUISINE IN HAWAII

by Mark Lester Ranchez

Chef Joel Navasca was not one to brag about his accomplishments, not even after winning the island’s highly lauded Best of Hawaii last year, and getting an average 4.3 stars on Yelp

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CLEARER REGULATION ON PESTICIDE USE ON CAMPUSES, COMMUNITY DEMANDS

by Mark Lester Ranchez

It wasn’t too many years ago when Dewayne Johnson, who also goes with the name Lee, lived a good life: nice house with his family and a decent paying job at a local school in his town. But four years ago he found out he had acquired cancer, and on its terminal stage, after being drenched in Roundup, the herbicide he used to spray weeds as a school groundskeeper.

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