My First Google News Author Results

I have been writing for Asian Correspondent as a blogger for the past 18 months or so after managing my own blog about Hong Kong life since August 2005. It's been a while isn't it? I wrote more than 1,500 blog posts for AC all these years…

Life at UIC Computer Center

Right after my graduation at UIC, I was in a hurry to get a job and put aside plans of going abroad. I know experience is a great teacher, so I decided to stay put and look for employment within Davao City. In my fourth year, I had an on…

New Asian Correspondent Website

I have been writing for Asian Correspondent Since October 2009. After being "discovered" from my old "Living in Hong Kong" blog, I was invited to become one of the online magazine's blogger/writer. I am not a prolific writer, at least in my…

Solenoid Project at Circuits I

When I was at third year in UIC, I belonged to a Circuits class of Engr Marife N., a fresh graduate at University of San Carlos in Cebu and I believe a cousin of our College Dean Engr. Allan G. As we would become her students in Physics…

Philweb Memories

In a not so distant past, I was one ambitious monkey attempting to dive into cyberspace at the dawn of the Web. By the time I was officially enrolled in the industry, the unraveling of dotcom bust already took place a dozen timezones…

Comedian Brothers and Quadro de Alas

As a youngster in high school during the age of Roxette, Romnick-Sheryl love team and Saddam Hussein's reign of terror, I belonged to a small group of like-minded classmates who live life of simplicity. Or so how I remembered it. My first…

A Night with The Cure

I was able to watch The Cure live in concert last Monday night at AsiaWorld-Expo in Tung Chung with Dei and Jay. It was the first major concert I attended to -- since Gary Valenciano's performance during the Hong Kong Harbourfest 2003 -- so…