Letter to my American friends

I am writing this post today because I feel your pain so much . For some reasons the results of your elections drove me back to the Paris terrorist attacks. The shock was so brutal, so totally unexpected. I was so devastated and spent endless hours crying, asking myself the unanswerable question “why?!” “why would people do that?!”, “what are those damned people made of?“.  I was … Continue reading Letter to my American friends

Why it feels so good to undress a military

I am not American. I have never supported any war. I am not in the military nor have any relative in the army. Foremost, I am a former aid worker, whose aim was to help the victims of the cruelty of wars. Still, I really liked American Sniper (not only because of my incurable crush for Bradley Cooper). I have been tremendously touched but the … Continue reading Why it feels so good to undress a military

Coming Soon in Cebu : “Tour Americana” directed by Ka Bino Guerrero

Filipino colonial history is often sum up as “300 years in a convent, 50 years in Hollywood”. As I am definitely more into the glamorous stuff, I could not refuse the chance to sneak into the ultimate rehearsal of Ka Bino new guided tour: “Tour Americana”! Ladies and Gentlemen, take a seat in the time travel machine, watch, listen and learn! Like in any great … Continue reading Coming Soon in Cebu : “Tour Americana” directed by Ka Bino Guerrero