By Cenon Bibe Jr.
What do banana trunks, plastic drums, inflatable beds and discarded styrofoam packages have in common? They can showcase Filipino ingenuity and entrepreneurship especially in times of need, like when massive floods isolate residents of gated communities from the outside world.
By Dennis U. Eroa
WHEN not shooting hoops in the pro basketball league, Renren Ritualo spends his time with wife Margaux at the Children’s Little University (CLU) at No. 48 Samar Ave., Barangay South Triangle near ABS-CBN in Quezon City. A graduate of early childhood education, major in guidance counseling and child psychology, from De La Salle University (DLSU), [...]