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Philippines: Students’ Lives in Contrast

A Cebuana student contrasts students’ lives in the Philippines. The lifestyle of the rich and the poor students are poles apart, she concludes.

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  • […] In the Philippines, our good traditional politicians are still bickering amongst themselves, as if the global economic crisis was not something to be prepared for.  Not all are rotten, of course. Mong has a post on the politician bloggers from our country at Global Voices Online. There is no logic to the arrangement of this post. The ordering is arbitrary. My recent roundups has nothing to do with what comes before and after this paragraph: (1) F. Sionil Jose’s “To the Young Writer,” (2) the oldest barbershop in General Santos City, and (3) students’ lives in contrast. […]

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