Stigma, be gone! The power of love compels you: A “Ghost of a Feeling” book review

There remains a stigma on the topic of mental health, but “Ghost of a Feeling” dares to delve into this complex and much avoided issue. With its concise plot, quick pace, suave storytelling, and relatable characters, the book has indeed served its purpose in conveying its very timely message. 4.94 over 5 stars. READ ON… Read More Stigma, be gone! The power of love compels you: A “Ghost of a Feeling” book review

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Work, work, go away: chilling at Eagle Point Resort

Stress has reigned in the atmosphere at work for so long. Laboratory activities and paper works have been piling up non-stop. All of us obviously needed a breather. Hence, our team building activity has become one of the most highly anticipated events in our department. This year, we had the great opportunity to hold it at Eagle Point Resort in Mabini, Batangas from August 2 to 4, 2017.… Read More Work, work, go away: chilling at Eagle Point Resort

Love [and Gal Gadot] wins: A ‘Wonder Woman’ (2017) Film Review

DC has finally learned its lesson. After producing meh films such as ‘Suicide Squad’ and ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’, here comes a lifesaver for the comics’ extended universe: the epic female superhero ‘Wonder Woman’, portrayed flawlessly by the gorgeous Gal Gadot. The film’s story, with its compelling themes, takes an enormous leap away from the dark plots of previous DC films. Further equipped with heart-racing scenes and an outstanding score, ‘Wonder Woman’ truly deserves all of its box office achievements.… Read More Love [and Gal Gadot] wins: A ‘Wonder Woman’ (2017) Film Review

Blurred lines: A ‘Bliss’ Film Review

Bliss has shaken the Philippine movie industry with its psycho-sexual and thriller themes. Starring Iza Calzado as protagonist Jane Ciego, the mind-boggling movie was met with praises and acclaim. is a bold change of pace from mainstream, Filipino movies. Filled with enigma, the story urges the viewers to make the gears in their brains working first before ultimately understanding and enjoying the plot.… Read More Blurred lines: A ‘Bliss’ Film Review