By Joseph L. Garcia, Reporter
The smell of sweat and the collective breath of about a hundred or so cheering fans seemed to waft from my screen as I watched YouTube clips of Philippine Wrestling Revolution’s Wrevolution X, held last April in Pasig. Wrestler Jake de Leon, also called The Señorito, in a shirt that said “Bacolod Bred” and a black robe, went up to the ring against Billy Suede, with long flowing locks and a leather jacket. Mr. De Leon grappled with Suede, winning the match while the crowd chanted “JDL! JDL!”
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By Nickky Faustine P. De Guzman
WORKING like a pregnancy test kit, the dengue self-test kit launched by the health care firm Philab Holdings Corp., through its brand LABitDX, aims to save one’s time, money, and worry, Philab president and CEO Darlene Berberabe told BusinessWorld on July 10. Continue reading “Weighing the self-test dengue kit”
By Michael Angelo S. Murillo, Reporter
Rooted in the belief of the power of sports to change lives, particularly that of the physically disabled, the paralympic movement has come a long way since being brought to the fore in the middle of the last century.
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By Zsarlene B. Chua
Hand in hand with the growth of budget airlines came the rise of budget accommodations which provide the bare necessities for the global traveler who values experiences more than an expensive hotel room.
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By Nickky Faustine P. de Guzman
ALL the electric and mobile connections are down while the tension remains high. Everywhere you look is chaos: buildings are now rubble, the people are in a panic, and dead bodies pile up. These are not imagined scenarios from films like World War Z, Train to Busan, or The Day After Tomorrow. Continue reading “Earthquakes and heritage”