Is the 1986 EDSA revolution still relevant today?
Shares compelling reasons why youth engagement in political and socio-civic affairs is fashionable and trendy. Seeks to present and spark new thought provokiing ideas on the importance of ideology in today's modern world.
If democracy totally fails, a new system of government must be born so that our civilization may continuously survive and progress.
Profanity in our native language isn't new to our ears. Neither is it pleasing to our ears. Nevertheless, the general public has become more receptive to hearing it once in a while in today's generation of realistic movies.
As of this writing, the film "A Second Chance," a sequel of the iconic movie "One More Chance," would have already earned hundreds of millions at the big screens. It is no secret that the love team of Popoy and Basha, played by John Lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo, respectively, has captivated and captured the minds and hearts of many fans and moviegoers. It is also no secret that the subject of second chances has further added to the interest in the movie.
It is very difficult to put a unique experience into words. Most often, words do not do justice to the authenticity of the emotions that come out in the events one wishes to recall. Finding the right adjectives and appropriate language to express the feelings provoked and expressed during those intense moments is a struggle. Nevertheless, the lessons from those shared occasions are worth relishing and reflecting upon.
The October 24, 2015 episode of Eat Bulaga, dubbed as “Sa Tamang Panahon,” would go down as one of the most important entertainment spectacles in Philippine Television History.
Political parties are not just vehicles for the candidacies of personalities that they can use when needed and dispose of when useless. Political parties are institutions that strengthen democracy and bridge the interests of ordinary people and government.
Filipinos are generally known to be hardworking, passionate, and hospitable people. Because of this nature, some Filipinos tend to go over and beyond to make ends meet, to achieve their goals, to become famous, or to succeed in their respective tasks.
The Aldub phenomenon has caught up across different types of audiences. Young and old, male and female, single or married, Kapuso, Kapatid or even Kapamilya, are aware of, if not tuned to, the Aldub Kalye Serye.
To those outside of the political spectrum, it is normal to reserve or suspend judgment on whom to support until Election Day, which will fall on the second Monday of May 2016. For political players, now is the time to push the button and get on-board the campaign of their preference.
The doors of politics are always open to those willing and able to engage in basic to complex issues. For now, let us take a sneak peek into the organized chaos popularly known as “PHILIPPINE POLITICS.”
Eat Bulaga has found a way to bridge the social gap between the elite and the poor through entertainment while penetrating markets that have cut across all gender and social segments.