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The Cursed Man of Jereos

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You can see him walking aimlessly in his oversized T-shirt while staring at bypassers through his scattered eyes. Then, his body starts to shake and he just collapses. On the narrow one-way road of Jereos, La Paz, people would recognize this cursed individual as Korsnoy. Korsnoy is the man of the present and the future,.. Read more

10 Non-Ilonggos Tell Us What They Love About Iloilo

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Ilonggos Share Their New Year’s Resolutions, and How They Maintained Them

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Iloilo’s Top ‘Magic’ Player Shows Ilonggos Why They Should Play the Game

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Socially awkward teenagers or adult nerds who are either too fat or too skinny: these are the stereotypes that one might think those who play trading card games like Magic: The Gathering (or MTG, for short)—as people who disconnect themselves from reality to build a world of their own. And others might want to distance.. Read more

Ilonggos Share Creepy School Stories for ‘Pista Minatay’

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‘Hapo’ and ‘Hapu’: Peter Solis Nery’s “Hiligaynon Revolution” to Making Ilonggo Cool Again

joseph batcagan

4 VERY Ilonggo Qualities of Miriam Defensor-Santiago

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On the morning of September 29, 2016, the whole Nation was in shock over the death of former Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago, who lost the battle to stage 4 lung cancer after fighting it for 3 years. Many took to social media since to express their grief, sympathy, and affection for Asia’s Iron Lady. Santiago achieved.. Read more

“I Campaigned for Miriam”: An Ilongga’s Close Encounter with Miriam Defensor-Santiago

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So You Wanna Negosyo?: Stories from Ilonggo Entrepreneurs on the Front Lines

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