By Sahara S. Mama
When my fellow intern Saima Pantakan and I entered the Aboitiz Power office in Davao City, I wondered what I could learn from the company, which was engaged in generating electricity.
By Queena N. Lee-Chua
Twelve scientists, ages 40 and under, will be conferred the honor of being Outstanding Young Scientists on July 10 at the Philippine International Convention Center.
By Linda B. Bolido
The country’s premier public teaching/training hospital, the 103-year-old Philippine General Hospital (PGH) will be the local showcase for Samsung Electronics’ venture into the lucrative medical equipment business.
By JiHun Daniel Lee
For almost 400 years, the Philippines was a Spanish colony. For almost 50 years, it was the prized overseas possession of the United States. For almost 10 years, I was a student in the Philippine education system, a complex institution influenced by half a millennium of foreign rule and intervention.
By Chelo Banal-Formoso
Past the reproductive stage, our most important tasks as grownups, I believe, can be narrowed down to caring for the children. Not just our kids but as many kids as possible.