OPINION: Duterte regains upper hand in the battle of narco lists
After Bong Go, President Duterte’s former special assistant who is now one of the frontrunners in the senatorial race, did the humiliating act of undressing in front of the media and under the glare of TV cameras, to show his tattoo-less back, the question of those who were initially impressed with the first three episodes of “Ang totoong Narco list” is, what’s Bikoy going to say about this?
Save or Shred? What To Do with Money Documents Piling Up
When it’s too hot to go anywhere, the best thing to do is stay indoors and keep yourself busy. One of my annual rituals is to go through financial documents and sort them between Save and Shred piles.
OPINION: China goes unconventional in escalating South China Sea face-off
In early December, a flotilla of two dozen Chinese fishing boats and escort warships sailed to the disputed Filipino-occupied reef of Thitu. By the end of the month, Beijing had almost 100 vessels in and around the archipelago, sparking an initially largely hidden confrontation that could yet spark outright war.