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Poverty: More than meets the eye

August 30, 2017 // 0 Comments

By Excel Dyquiangco The mere mention of the word ‘poverty’ evokes a certain kind of sadness. A family of five living under a dilapidated bridge in highly-urbanized Manila or students in slippers walking miles to get to their school because of lack of money even for [Read more]

After Duterte’s second SONA, now what?

August 15, 2017 // 0 Comments

By Marielle Joy Opana The continued fight against illegal drugs, the Martial Law in Mindanao, the peace talks between government and rebel groups, and the elimination of corruption were among the central points of the second State of the Nation of Address (SONA) of Philippines President Rodrigo Roa [Read more]

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August 10, 2017 // 0 Comments

THE GOAL Wired Correspondence aims to be an independent and progressive online newsmagazine that will focus on crowd-sourced stories on under-reported social issues in the Philippines and elsewhere written in narrative, longform journalism.  We intend to extensively cover stories of people and [Read more]

Confusion over coconut oil: What gives?

June 26, 2017 // 0 Comments

By Dee-Dee Santa Cruz-Espina The use of coconut oil has not sparked a debate nor created confusion among the people in this part of the world who have just every use for it and who consider the only species of the genus Cocos the ‘tree of life,’ until recently when they heard their precious oil [Read more]