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Current Rank: 14 (Politics & Government)
URL: http://www.meilbox.net
Site Description: This meiLBOX hopes to promote/revive the the art of letter-writing as well as contribute to discourses on business/politics, social development/environment, culture, history, and current events.
Date Joined: Sep 5, 2009

Tags: social development, environment, society, culture, current events


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meiLBOX has moved to its own domain!
on Jan 25, 2013 in Writing/Blogging Hello, dear readers! I am happy to let you all know that this blog has moved to its new domain, http://meilbox.net. I hope that you will continue to visit me there! Thanks so much for accompanying me here and I hope to hear from you soon in my new c...



Gratitude Wall (inspired by Geminids Meteors)
on Jan 2, 2013 in Current Events/History/Politics Environment/Social Development Wellness, Relationships & Spirituality HAPPY NEW YEAR, friends and readers! (And happy birthday to my niece, Jarmaine Abby Trilles!) May the new year bring you many more reasons to be grateful about. I began writing this post last December 14 so please forgive me that this may sound a lit...



Of doing good for public health, The Champ, fresh seafood, and more of Sarangani
on May 12, 2012 in Culture/Travel/Food Current Events/History/Politics Environment/Social Development Photography I feel a little guilty for being away so long! If my blog can ‘feel’, then he must be feeling abandoned already.  :-O Nevertheless, I will try my best to make up for it by posting some insights and pictures from all my travels of the pas...



Food Trip with Fr. Leo: A Celebration of Food and Family Ties
on Jan 6, 2012 in Culture/Travel/Food Wellness, Relationships & Spirituality BergHOFF Fr. Leo Patalinghug Grace Before Meals A cooking priest?! This is what came to my mind when our good friend, Jinky, texted us about an event that’s happening the next day. Forward to January 6, 2012. Yes, Fr. Leo Patalinghug is a cooking priest indeed! It was my and JR’s first...



Chef Laudico’s Casa Filipino tries an uncharted path
on Dec 10, 2011 in Culture/Travel/Food buffet restaurant Casa Filipino Chef Laudico Morato Quezon City restaurants restaurant Scout Torillo Timog Tomas Morato area Hubby and  were just so glad that the rains stopped for a little bit today.  It had been raining for days now so at the first sign of a less-rainy day, we called up Chef Laudico’s Casa Filipino (probably the newest buffet restaurant in Quezon...



Sandra Torrijos gives us her arts once again (view her works at the German Club)
on Nov 28, 2011 in Culture/Travel/Food Wellness, Relationships & Spirituality art exhibit Dusseldorf German Club Pinay in Dusseldorf Sandra Torrijos (Please visit the German Club and view the works of Ms. Sandra Torrijos, a feminist-artist and a Pinay expat who is based in Germany for half of the year. I promised to blog about her show but I was not able to bring a camera when I went there so I h...



Thoughts on the SC, GMA, and Secretary de Lima (A repost)
on Nov 17, 2011 in Current Events/History/Politics Gloria Macapagal Arroyo GMA law San Beda Secretary Leila de Lima Senator Rene Saguisag Supreme Court of the Philippines I rarely re-post articles but this is a good read from former Senator Rene Saguisag (lifted from a friend’s post in Facebook). I do not really agree with many of the Senator’s decisions/declarations in the past ten years or so but this wr...



An Open Letter to Congressman Angara of Aurora
on Nov 13, 2011 in Current Events/History/Politics congressman from Aurora health care Juan Edgardo Angara Rep. Angara Representative from Aurora Dear Congressman Angara, I wrote to you last June 9, appealing for assistance so that an ambulance can bring your indigent constituent to Ospital ng Makati (OsMak). The Office of VP (and then Makati Mayor) Binay has already kindly offered to accept a...



A Black Rose blooms in Tagaytay
on Nov 3, 2011 in Culture/Travel/Food Entrepreneurship & Product/Service Reviews Black Rose Shop curio shop in Tagaytay gift shop in Tagaytay Papa Prito Taal tapa The Black Rose Tagaytay Let me tell you a story. Her beauty has struck me as feisty and enigmatic. Back in my first or second year in college, when I didn’t know if I’d adjust well to the liberal (almost radical?) style of UP education, I found a new friend seat...



A Black Rose Blooms in Tagaytay
on Nov 3, 2011 in Culture/Travel/Food Entrepreneurship & Product/Service Reviews Black Rose Shop curio shop in Tagaytay gift shop in Tagaytay Papa Prito Taal tapa The Black Rose Tagaytay Let me tell you a story. Her beauty has struck me as feisty and enigmatic. Back in my first or second year in college, when I didn’t know if I’d adjust well to the liberal (almost radical?) style of UP education, I found a new friend seat...



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