Philippines stories, books, poems, and more

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Two men in a large grass field. A conversation before an execution. Read More
In the Philippines, exists powerful creatures that Filipinos feared. There is one man who fought these creatures and people know him as "El Monstruo Asesino" Read More
The Philippines is best known for its natural beauty, from white sandy beaches and rich coral reefs to green mountains, perfectly-shaped volcanoes and brightly-colored “Ifugao Rice Terraces that attracted over 4.8 million tourists in 2014, based on the United Nations World Tourism Organization’s Tourism Highlights 2015. Read More
Find serenity in the unspoiled island of Batanes. For a nature lover and for someone who wants to escape the capital, this one is a must-see. From its green hills that carpet the whole island, massive cliffs and oceans reflecting the clear blue sky to the rich cultural heritage of… Read More

Script / Horror

October 18, 2016

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in the dying days of world war 2, a band of filipino and american guerrillas headed by an amazon form an unlikely alliance with a japanese "kempetai" officer to quell a deadly onslaught by a horde of elite soldiers, turned into mindless killers. the result of a failed "human subject… Read More
Chaos... Deceit... Despair... These qualities tremendously threatens the Philippines as the fight for immortality between the clans: Marias, Concepcions and Rosarios continues to haunt for centuries. Gerald, a Concepcion is promoted to be one of the professional fighters of their clan. In his adventures in finding the crystallized heart (the… Read More

Article / Humor

August 21, 2015

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Build Your Team Send us your job description together with your operational requirements, and start building your dream team today! Looking for position not listed below? Email us @ careers@stafify.com Read More

Reads: 237

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Follow into a spiraling trap coated in gold. Read More
A tragic love story that takes place in the Philippines. Read More

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This is a rather humorous attempt at an autobiography. Pretty much everything in here actually happened, to the best of my recollection. Enjoy! PS: The picture is really me from my 1957 Bitburg High School yearbook. The person who took it left it in the developer too long and overexposed… Read More

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This story/poetry is about Overseas Filipino Workers all over the world and their family left in the Philippines. The reasons why they went offshore to work and how it helps their family back in our Country. Read More

Poem / Poetry

July 02, 2013

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Comments: 5

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This is a new poem I just made...it's been awhile since I posted my last poem...here in booksie. I miss my old friends here. Read More
Kalampusan features updates on projects, programs and activities of DTI Central Visayas. Read More
"The Filipino Flash" Nonito Donaire, Jr. is a mixed recipes of Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Maywether, Jr. He is a new face of boxing. Read More

Book / Travel

February 12, 2013

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The Final Cartwheel is the story of a young doctor’s return home, after a five-year hitchhiking odyssey around the world. Through East Asia, Indonesia, and around the Antipodes, the circle becomes unbroken. Read More
Manny Pacquiao, rise up again! Read More

Poem / Poetry

November 28, 2012

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Comments: 1

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Being a nurse is something I should be proud of. A rewarding job that helps millions of sick people. Read More

Poem / Poetry

November 28, 2012

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Philippines is a beautiful country. Read More
Mango is beleived to be native to India. Mangoes outside India too have superb quality; Hawaii is one of those places where one can get top quality mangoes. Read More

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What will you do if you're in Peyton's shoe? A girl who vacated her gloomy life in New York, praying for some fun and peace in London. Trying to forget everything in her past. Ripping off every single lie about her being. Planning to change and completely move on with… Read More
Here's a story about me. The worst things ive done in life and the things i did to fix them :) Im sure youll learn something at the end. This is just part 1, part would be about the result. ENJOY:) Read More

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I wrote this thing though Im not sure if its a narrative.. and I can't think of any other topics... so yeah.. I'm not eveil :'( Read More
A tale of the Ipogot headhunters of the Northern Philippines, during the Spanish colonial era. Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 22, 2011

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Comments: 7

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A poem dedicated to the victims of Typhoon Sendong in the Philippines Read More
A more adventurous, budget-friendly way to vacation in El Nido, Palawan, Philippines. Read More

Poem / Memoir

July 30, 2011

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Comments: 2

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This is my first villanelle. It is about my grandmother from the Philippines whom I call "Apuma". She raised me from birth until I was about 5 years old and this poem expresses what I would do if I could go back and how I feel about the situation now. Read More

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An autobiography of a childhood life in random in-sequential order Read More

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The sangadil, or 'death chair', is used among the ifugao people of northern luzhon when a respected elder dies. The deceased elder is strapped into the chair for three to five days before being carried to the burial site... Read More
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