Even before the era of Sam Ekwe, Sudan Daniel and now Davon Potts, we had our key San Beda Red Lions like the high-flying James Hudencial (Power Forward), playmaker Jeff Bombeo (Point Guard), defensive big man Jerome Paterno (Center), ankle breaker Ronnie Bughao (Shooting Guard), and lastly the consistent King Lion Arjun Cordero (Small Forward).
Once upon a time when San Beda was still exclusive for boys, when high school students are still in Mendiola campus, when there was still pogi or sometimes we call it hepa lane there were hopes that our very own San Beda Red Lions basketball squad led by then King Lion Arjun Cordero can make a shot at the NCAA playoffs.
Everyday there are thousands of Filipinos leave the Philippines as migrants or to work. It is common to see Pinoys in countries such as the Middle East, United States, Canada, Singapore, Australia, Hong Kong and Japan.
If you step into the office of Voyager Innovations in Ortigas, you could easily think you are in the heart of Silicon Valley. This effect is intentional.
Admit it, you watch television shows because you want to get updated with the current events, watching sports and/or just to entertain you with the available prime time shows. What if you witness the priceless Filipino bloopers happened on our national television, how would you react?
“Where to grab food for lunch?” This has been the popular phrase or question that goes around the office during noon time.