If your child has this one skill, he has higher chances at tomorrow’s jobs
Campus / Jobs and Careers

If your child has this one skill, he has higher chances at tomorrow’s jobs

Have you seen the movie “Divergent”? It’s about a young woman who discovers that she is an “out-of-the-box” (read: creative) thinker. But then, she also discovers that in the one-track-mind world she lives in, this kind of thinking is illegal and is even punishable by death. Of course, it’s just fiction. The movie, however, points … Continue reading

Colorizing Old Photos of Philippine History: The Art of Ivan Bilugan
Arts and Music / Culture / History / People of the South

Colorizing Old Photos of Philippine History: The Art of Ivan Bilugan

ONE DAY, TWO years ago, Ivan was helping his mother organize their old family photos when they found a very small picture, taken in 1953, of his mother (then five years old) with her three-year-old brother and their cousins. Wanting to preserve the photograph and knowing Ivan’s skills in digital graphics design, Ivan’s ma asked … Continue reading

The Beauché Story: Beautiful Che reaches for the stars
Business and Livelihood / Money

The Beauché Story: Beautiful Che reaches for the stars

The life of Beauché’s and Dasmariñas resident, Ms. Che, is one big TV drama. Before finally climbing into the lap of luxury, Conchita “Che” Toribio-Delos Reyes—founder, president and CEO of Beauché International, maker of internationally acclaimed beauty soaps and other cosmetic products—endured scores of hardships and “purification” in order to be deserving of God’s blessings … Continue reading