I never tire of saying I have a special affinity with the Vietnamese, especially the older ladies. I once taught English to refugee mothers at the Philippine Refugee Processing Center in Bataan when I was fresh out of college. Needless to say, they smothered me with affection. I will never forget their kindness and their […]Read More Portrait: lottery ticket seller
I pass through Sauyo Road everyday from my house going to the office. It’s one of the busiest and most crowded areas in Fairview. Despite being warned that Sauyo’s planned road-widening project will take place soon, establishment owners have not left yet, nor have they shown any intention of leaving. “It’s a very long wet […]Read More Ode to Sauyo (a documentary series part 1)
The last entry I posted was almost two years ago. I thought this blog was going to die a natural death. But apparently, it is fighting for its life. So here I am, attempting to revive it. From now on, I will attempt to post at least one photo a week, just to keep this […]Read More I’m back, balakubak!
Nothing beats the image of my mother preparing my favorite dish. 🙂Read More Nanay (Mother)
Click on the image to see the larger picture.Read More split: under the same blue sky