By Enzo Regondola Manny Pacquiao throws a punch that misses its target. His opponent, seeing a window, counters with a right hook that lands flush in the middle of Pacquiao’s face. With that one punch, the seemingly invincible king of boxing suddenly became vulnerable. In a result as rare as a fourth fight against the… Read More BEGINNING THE END: Pacquiao should’ve seen it coming, not in the ring, but in politics.
By Ardelle Costuna How can Team PH avoid another national faceplant in Rio 2016? Kathleen*, 17, is a taekwondo jin. Since she started hitting her opponents and sparring partners with her roundhouse and axe kicks when she was five, she has never dreamed of anything else. “I have always wanted an Olympic medal,” she says,… Read More LONDON 2012: Beyond the blamegame
By Raiza Javier Macroeconomic indicators all point to a Philippine economy that is, finally, about to take off. However, the gulf between rich and poor, already made unbridgeable by decades of failed government social equity programs, has continued to widen further. Unemployment and underemployment statistics indicate that the economic growth in 2012 was not as… Read More 2012 a banner year for PH economy