I would like to highlight on this post some of the animal metaphors and expressions in our very rich and
Few years ago I wrote “Oh My Gulay!” (link here) to showcase our colorful Pilipino language with idioms using vegetables.
Heto na ulit ang inyong lingkod, muli na naman pong huhugot. Ipagpaumanhin n’yo na lamang, aking panandaliang kahibangan. Utak ko
Last summer, we learned that there would be a great opportunity to see meteors in our area. That is if we
Being an immigrant in the United States, many times I feel that we are always going to be second-class citizens
Hello friend. First of all, I know it is your birthday tomorrow. Don’t be impressed that I remember that after
The Pilipino language has a rich vocabulary that has evolved like a cauldron of mix words borrowed from different languages including Spanish,
(The following photos were taken during our recent trip to Palawan, and also inspired these haikus, which are short poems, with traditional 17 syllables,