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Karlo Mongaya · January, 2009

Karlo Mongaya teaches Philippine Studies courses at the Department of Filipino and Philippine Literature, University of the Philippines-Diliman.

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Latest posts by Karlo Mongaya from January, 2009

The Philippine Internet Cafe Industry

Into the Digital Light writes about the challenges faced by the Philippine Internet Cafe Industry in light of the global economic crunch.

Reporting the University of Philippines Student Referendum

Student publications led by the Philippine Collegian are conducting an online real-time coverage of the week-long Student Regent Referendum at the University of the Philippines (UP). The referendum will ratify...

Philippines: World War 2 History in Indie Film

The acclaimed indie film Concerto: Davao War Diary depicts the interaction of a Filipino family with Japanese soldiers during the Second World War. Concerto, set in the southern Philippine island...

Philippines: The root cause of the flooding

In the Philippines, media reports have cited weeks of heavy rain brought by a cold front as the immediate cause of the massive flooding and landslides. Some Filipino bloggers have...

Crab Stamps from the Philippines

A set of newly issued Philippine stamps depicts recently discovered crabs from the resort island of Panglao.

Philippines: Lessons from the '80s

Indolent Indio from the Philippines looks back to the '80s for lessons on surviving the present economic slowdown.

Philippines: New Year Flash Floods

Flash floods brought the festive mood of the New Year to an early close for the thousands of displaced families in different areas in the Philippines.

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