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BluPrint was streaming live on their Facebook page at the World Architecture Festival in Amsterdam where our very own Carlo Calma...
MDCC has proven to be in the A list in the construction industry since 1975. It wasn't just the first interior design fit-out company in...
Minecraft is not just a blank slate where players can create worlds but is part of a larger media ecology that honors a neoliberal worldview.
Is a buffet experience truly worth the price of admission? What does this do to our psyche as consumers and providers.
When news broke out that some rice farmers were forced to accept Php 7.00 for a kilo of paddy rice (palay), my wife and I started pondering what this means for us and how things got this way.
In my years of living in the heart of Metro Manila, I can barely remember the last time I was able to enjoy the sincere pleasure of walking around the city.
Jules Verne and HG Wells are considered giants in science fiction, if not THE giants.
When I was a student of Philosophy back in the early ‘80s, I struggled with the problem of violence and the conundrum of dealing with it. How do you handle violence without yourself becoming violent or becoming a victim of violence?
With popular shows such as The Big Bang Theory and Stranger Things featuring role-playing games, specifically Dungeons & Dragons, the hobby has moved out from its niche as geek activity and into the mainstream–more or less.
The word hobby seems to have taken on a strange quality these days, as if its shape and weight and texture feel awkward and unwieldy in our mouths.
To compare the traffic problem of Metro Manila to the Gordian Knot would be an understatement, but it does imply that there is a solution: all we would have to do is look for an Alexander with his sword.
In the past few years, British artist and agitator Stuart Semple has become something of a folk hero to many members of the Art world, and with excellent reason. (What’s the story so far?
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