teditorial

OPINION: To the point

In tonight's Teditorial, Teddy Locsin Jr. shares the importance of short and clear messaging now that a new president is in place.

OPINION: Gina knows calderos

Teddy Locsin Jr. talks about the incoming environment secretary and why he thinks mining is not simply an issue of pots and pans.

OPINION: Enough talk, deliver

In tonight's Teditorial, Teddy Locsin Jr. takes another look at emergency powers and the presidency, and urges the incoming administration to walk the talk.

OPINION: Before engaging

Posted at 06/28/2016 8:29 PM

AT a press conference, Duterte’s economic team expressed shock, consternation even, not to mention discombobulation that some tall percentage of infrastructure projects were built, and more are earmarked to be built, in or around Metro Manila.

OPINION: Emergency power

In tonight's Teditorial, Teddy Locsin Jr. talks about the presidency and emergency powers a few days before a new administration takes over. 

OPINION: Before engaging

Teddy Locsin Jr. talks about why there's still a need for infrastructure projects in and around Metro Manila.

OPINION: Nobel Prize in Physics

In this Teditorial, Teddy Locsin Jr. talks about why a race that would warp through space and time deserve the much-coveted Nobel Prize. 

OPINION: Nobel Prize for physics

Posted at 06/23/2016 12:06 AM

Teddy Locsin, Jr. believes Filipinos deserve a much-coveted Nobel Prize.

OPINION: A dash of common humanity

Posted at 06/22/2016 2:43 AM

TASH Aw, renowned and bestselling writer, writes in the New York Times of elderly people working in food courts and hawker centers in, of all places, super rich and super socially progressive Singapore.

OPINION: A dash of common humanity

Teddy Locsin Jr. talks about the importance of overseas Filipino workers in places like ultra-rich Singapore.