Oversleeping in the Philippines

Going against the current traces the cultural roots of oversleeping as a taboo in the Philippines.

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  • […] Nobel-winning playwright Harold Pinter just died at 78. The pope laments global instability. A revolution takes form in Greece. And lest we forget, it’s also Chairman Mao’s birthday today. My Global Voices roundup for the week includes: (1) Baudrillardian musings on Pinoy Big Brother, (2) a young music teacher’s memoirs, and (3) oversleeping as a Filipino taboo. […]

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