Cebu has its flaws. Flaws that we have to address, if we want to improve as a city.
We’re here to point them out in the hope that one day, we’ll be able to do something about it.
Ready for the ugly? Let’s go.
A thought occurred to me in the middle of a one hour six kilometer ride from Mandaue to Lahug, “If I had a bicycle, this would be so much easier.”
Like many thoughts, this one came and went.
But as the days passed, the thought kept pulling on me.
One of the goals of Zerothreetwo is to create products that represent the culture we love. We want people to wear something they can proudly say, “This is who I am. This is where I’m from.” This is what it means to be a proud local.
Whenever I see friends doing creative projects and sharing it online, I get excited. It’s fun to see what they are doing, especially when I think the work is really good. Introducing Melancholynaut – after a terrible and painful breakup, an astronaut and his helper droid travel the far reaches of space to find meaning and,perhaps, to finally move on…
Dili na mapugngan ang gugma
dughan nato wa na nag duha-duha
gikalimtan na ang kaugalingon
andam ihatag ang tanan sa imo
Basta naay ikaw ug ako
This interview with neo-traditional barber Willow Hoods gives us a fresh and new perspective about the art of barbering.
When we see someone at the top of their industry, we often look at the highlights. We’re blinded by the glitz and the glamour, and we miss out on the trials and tribulations.
Jason Magbanua, renowned wedding videographer, gave us a glimpse of his story in a tweet storm lamenting on how difficult it was in the beginning, how no one saw the value of a wedding video, and how he persevered to get to where he is now.
It’s that time of the year again, movie fans! Clear your calendars on July 24 and 25 for the
highly anticipated 22nd French Film Festival. This year, moviegoers will be treated to 4
critically-acclaimed feature films and will be immersed in a different form of storytelling that
portrays French values, culture, language, and way of life. The films will be screened at Ayala Center, Cinema 4.
A few weeks ago, I attended a forum hosted by MakeSense and ASpace about waste management in Cebu City. I expected to learn how waste was treated in our city and the various ways to lessen waste in our daily living. What I didn’t expect was to come out of the event feeling frustrated and even a little depressed.
The discussion opened my eyes to the garbage disposal problem in our country.
Did you know that the Philippines is the world’s 3rd biggest dumper of plastics in the ocean?