By Rina Jimenez-David
To mark the first death anniversary of Dr. Alberto “Quasi” Romualdez, former health secretary and staunch campaigner for and defender of health rights, especially reproductive health and rights for the country’s poor, a “memorial event” was hosted by several NGOs and the Department of Health last Monday.
By Neal H. Cruz
A photograph on an inside page of the Inquirer early this week showed big beautiful trees along a highway in Pangasinan. Those trees would have been cut had not environmentalists protested and Secretary Ramon Paje of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (may his tribe increase)
By Michael L. Tan
More publicity should be given to the growing number of restrictions imposed by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) on credit card promotions.
By Ambeth R. Ocampo
In Tokyo, the International House of Japan has a famous reference library that has on its locked Rare Book shelf a privately printed book, “Nippon in Spring” by Esmeraldo E. de Leon, the “Souvenir of the Second Filipino Students Educational Party to Japan in 1936.”
By Oscar Franklin Tan
It is time for us to outgrow People Power. “Outgrow,” take note, is completely different from “forget.”