Some people lauded the act, but others remained disappointed after Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU) issued an “apology” on former first lady and Ilocos Norte congresswoman Imelda Marcos’ presence at an event held in the university.
Sometimes you never know when the opportunity for an interesting selfie will present itself.
Nearly three decades after the People Power Revolution, vestiges of martial law remain, with the administration still championing oppressive policies such as the cybercrime law, according to militant youth leaders.
MANILA, Philippines—Who is Gigi Reyes? It was not a trending topic, but tweets about Gigi Reyes on Wednesday day indicated an unusual interest on the person and background of the chief of staff of Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile. “What’s Atty Gigi full name? I want to google her,” former Ms. International Aurora Pijuan tweeted, [...]
President Benigno Aquino III on Friday defended a new cybercrime law amid a storm of protests from defenders of freedom of expression and opponents of libel as a criminal offense.