by Jocelyn Dimaculangan posted on May 28, 2013 http://www.pep.ph/guide/movies/11959/Singaporean-film-with-Filipina-actress-wins-in-66th-Cannes-Film-Festival Singaporean film Ilo Ilo, starring Filipina actress Angeli Bayani, has won the coveted Camera d’Or award at the 66th Cannes Film Festival. Angeli plays a nanny in the domestic drama helmed […]
by Chairil Anwar (Indonesian National Poet) Translations from Bahasa Indonesia by JOSE MA. SISON Progressive Review No. 2; July-August 1963 AKU I When comes my turn I wish none will weep Not even you
By Jose Maria Sison Founding Chairman, Communist Party of the Philippines 3 January 1996 This speech of Prof. Jose Maria Sison ought to have been included in For Democracy and Socialism Against Imperialist Globalization, Volume II of his selected writings […]
JOSE MARIA SISON, THE NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC REVOLUTION IN THE PHILIPPINES AND “TERRORIST LISTINGS” BY FOREIGN POWERS
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Lecture at the University of Groningen, 16 May 2013 By Professor Jose Maria Sison Founding Chairman, Communist Party of the Philippines Chief Political Consultant, NDFP Negotiating Panel First of all, I wish to thank the Studentenvereniging voor Internationale Betrekkingen (SIB), […]
For Angeli Bayani, this also meant scrambling for five gowns for red-carpet events By Bayani San Diego Jr. Philippine Daily Inquirer May 13, 2013 | 8:49 pm http://entertainment.inquirer.net/93539/filipino-actress-has-two-films-in-cannes Note: Angeli Bayani plays the female lead role, as Julie de Lima, […]
By Prof. Jose Maria Sison Chairperson, International League of Peoples’ Struggle May 12, 2013 We, the International League of People’s Struggle, reiterate our support for the Syrian people in upholding national sovereignty and condemn the concerted military intervention in Syria […]
By Bulatlat.com 10 May 2013 With the tit-for-tat between the GPH and NDFP panels regarding who is to blame for the seemingly imminent failure of the peace talks intensifying, is there still hope?