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Karlo Mongaya · May, 2010

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 May, 2010

Philippine Literature in English

Shades of thought writes about the relevance of Philippine Literature in English.

365 Great Stuff from the Philippines

365 Great Pinoy Stuff makes “a random list of Filipino stuff that makes Filipinos proud, happy, nostalgic, elated, high, inspired, hungry, hopeful, confident, comforted, excited, intrigued, entertained, mystified, homesick– you...

Philippines: Tagalog and Filipino

Cribke muses on the difference between the Tagalog and Filipino languages.

Philippines: Linguistic Roots of Ancient Pot

Filipino academics retrace the linguistic roots of inscriptions etched in the rim of an ancient pot of high archeological value excavated in the Philippines.

Philippines: Broadcaster survives assassination attempt

Fellow journalists condemn the attempted assassination of Jerome Tabanganay, a broadcaster from the northern Philippine province of Kalinga known for his regular criticism of government corruption.

Philippines: The jejemon craze

As millions of Filipinos closely followed the recently concluded elections, another phenomenon by the name “jejemon” is stealing the spotlight for other Filipinos, especially online where jejemon enthusiasts and haters...

Philippines: Labor Day 2010

Workers of the world celebrated International Labor Day on May 1. In the Philippines, thousands of workers marched on the streets to demand higher wages and better working conditions as...

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