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Ating Kabuhayan

Just think how boring life would be without certain commemorations, birthdays, anniversaries, graduations. We are in the graduation season now. If your refrigerator door is like ours, where invitation and other cards are put to remind us, then you are...

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’Tis the Season for Graduation!

Tassels, Oxford Caps, and Diplomas… “As the symbol of your graduation, you may now turn your tassel from right to left,” announces the school official. It signifies a turn of new beginnings with a new perspective in life. It is...

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Dinengdeng & Pinakbet

Commencement speaking remarks… A confession: I kinda dread providing keynote remarks at large gatherings. I’ve heard great speakers—the semi-professional toastmaster-trained ones who seem to enjoy being at the podium and move seamlessly from one thought to another. I generally have...

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Graduation—It’s a Milestone in Parenting

Musing of a parent whose daughter graduated from High School this year… I still remember when my daughter graduated from preschool and kindergarten, she and her classmates were all so cute and sweet. Then there’s the graduation from 5th grade—the...

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Favorite Filipino Party Food

Joena Grace Galacio Guest Columnist Editor’s Note: Normally written by our monthly columnist, Vince Bagoyo, Jr., this month’s Maui Pinoy column is guest authored by Joena Grace Galacio, a recent IT graduate from Bohol, Philippines. Every Filipino has his/her own...

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