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Despite their training and experience, volunteers risk life and limb every time they put out fires

All fired up and ready to go

By Alex Y. Vergara Image by Noel Pabalate We catch them several hours after lunch somewhere in Caloocan City at their office-slash-headquarters—a repurposed shipping container…

Tony Tay

Feed the World

By Alex Y. Vergara Image by Noel Pabalate As depicted in the book Crazy Rich Asians and its two follow-up novels, Singapore is awash with…


Faith in the time of ‘Belenismo’

By Jullie Y. Daza All it takes is one look: an hour or two to drive through the province at this time of year to…

FEELING HOPEFUL From left: Marawi residents and those from outlying areas help reestablish themselves and their disrupted lives; Work in progress; and There are plenty of reasons to grieve about, for sure, but there are also plenty of reasons to feel hopeful

Private initiatives, public good

By Kaye Estoista-Koo Volunteering is often a thankless, sacrificial, and unpaid “job.” But in any disaster or natural calamity, you will come across treasures in…

Work ‘The busiest man is the happiest man,’ said Scottish poet Theodore Martin ‘Work is the true elixir of life.’ This is the reading room at The Manila Bulletin editorial offices in Intramuros, Manila.

The Office

By AA Patawaran Image by Pinggot Zulueta We’ve been so unfair We feel so ensnared Where we choose to spend Eight hours a day As…

Dr. Agustin Molina with a big bunch of Variant Cavendish 218 that can tolerate the Fusarium Wilt disease even in wilt-affected areas.

Most passionate about the banana industry

By Zac B. Sarian      If someone will ask me about remarkable agri-people I have met in the course of my long agri journalistic career, the…