My Masterpiece, October 25, 2008

Posted On October 31, 2008

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View artworks that have appeared in the Manila Bulletin FUNPAGE on October 25, 2008.

My Masterpiece, October 25, 2008

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Help Jeffery the Eaglet count

Posted On October 31, 2008

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How many triangles are there in the picture?

Find the triangles in the picture

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Instrument of Grace

Posted On October 30, 2008

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God's little angels

"God's little angels are everywhere," says Paula Clareza (Photo by Pinggot Zulueta)

By Czarina Nicole O. Ong

God’s little angels are everywhere. And in Cavite, there resides one whose mission is to spread His word — Mae Paula Ross B. Clareza.

It was after her elementary graduation when the 12-year-old started to teach other kids about the Bible. What’s amazing is that no one pushed Paula to do this. She volunteered to teach for DVBS (Daily Vacation Bible School), and when that ended that summer, Paula organized her own class inside the village clubhouse. Through word of mouth, her class grew to more than 20 kids. (Read More)

Hallow’s Night

Posted On October 30, 2008

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Halloween came from the word Hallow’s Eve, which was coined as October 31 is the eve of All Hallow’s Day or what we know here as All Saint’s Day.
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Seeing Stars

Posted On October 30, 2008

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By Amyline Quien Ching

It wasn’t even evening yet but stars already filled the night. It’s just unfair that all of them gathered in one venue.

At the Twinkle Twinkle, Little Movie Star pageant, you don’t need a telescope to see stars. They filled the stage, garbed in their best costumes. Some even came complete with gigantic headdresses and swords. One would think that Halloween “bit” a little bit too early. (Read More)

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