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Karlo Mongaya · February, 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 February, 2009

Philippines: Dumaguete Flood

The roads of Dumaguete suddenly became rivers when heavy rains battered the central Philippine city over the weekend. I Hate My Job shares his account of the flooding along with...

Philippines: If I Were Mayor of Bacolod

The Loveless Guru suggests 12 changes in the way Bacolod is governed if she was the mayor of the central Philippine city.

Philippines: Baro At Saya

One Sixth Sense posts photos of a doll donning different variations of the baro at saya, the Philippine national dress.

Philippines: Five Years in College

I am Kylex disagrees with the proposals to add one more year to the four-year college curriculum in the Philippines. “We are currently facing on so-called ‘global financial crisis’. Many...

Corruption in the Philippines

Rebelmind comments on the recent scuffle between World Bank officials and the Philippine government on the issue of corruption. “Whom to believe… is a no-brainer. It’s not that the World...

On Overseas Filipino Workers

That Word in Me reflects about Overseas Filipino Worker (OFWs). “OFWs are not heroes. They don’t work abroad so they can help ‘alleviate’ our country’s economic status by their remittances…...

Philippines: Creating A Top-rating Noontime Show

Insoymada drafts a primer on how to create a top-rating noontime show for Philippine television.

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