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All Things Must End

It is perhaps ironic, or perhaps fitting, that the title of this post could easily apply to both my Palauan adventure and my blogging efforts. I do apologize to readers of my blog, those who enjoyed my writing, that I never really reconnected with it after travelling to Japan. 2.069 more words


Honey, I’m hoooome!

So uh…it’s been a while. And I apologise. What I won’t do though, is make promises about how I’ll be more onto it at writing from now on, cos the last time I made commitments like that, I didn’t write for about 4 months… :/  So now I think I’ve just decided to write when I feel like it, when there’s something I care enough about to share. 1.157 more words


Vanished: The Sixty-Year Search for the Missing Men of World War II

 by Wil S. Hylton.

Are their spirits waiting to be remembered, or at least not forgotten?” 


At the end of World War II, 78,750 Americans were listed as Missing In Action (MIA) with roughly half in Pacific…

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Be fearless! Brave and Fun Things To Do in Palau!

Growing up in the Philippines, I have never heard of Palau as a must-see travel destination. It was until later on when the TV show Survivor was shot in Palau (sometime in 2004) did I first hear of this beautiful country. 879 more words


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Philippe Sands and climate dissent.

Canadian investigative journalist Donna Laframboise has been publishing on Big Picture News, her blog, a series of articles showing how the international establishment is working to silence free speech on the subject of climate change. 910 more words

Speech Critique


By Dr. Stephen Kim

But even if we or an angel from heaven should preach to you a gospel contrary to the one we preached to you, … 545 more words

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