Category Archive: Books & Music

Dec 22

Spot.PH: 10 Great Books to Buy With Your Holiday Bonus

Tweet   10 Great Books to Buy With Your Holiday Bonus Manuel L. Quezon III shares his reading-list favorites by Manuel L. Quezon III Dec 22, 2016   (SPOT.ph) Yes, there‚Äôs that hugely expensive limited-edition pair of sneakers and that bottle of trendy gin you want to get, but a good book can be just …

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Sep 23

What the??

Tweet On a purchase of books costing Php 216.50 and shipped by the bookseller to Manila, the Post Office, upon receipt, then issued the following: Tentative Assesment Sheet Customs Duty 49.01 Tariff Heading $396.95 x 46.66 Exchange Rate Php 18,522 Dutiable Value in peso x 5% Rate of Duty Php 926 Total Customs Duty Value …

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Jun 08

Book of the Week

Tweet “The World Without Us” (Alan Weisman)

May 22

Book of the week

Tweet “Democracy and Populism: Fear and Hatred” (John Lukacs)

May 08

“Pwede Na! The Complete Pinoy Guide to Retirement and Estate Planning” launch!

Tweet Pwede Na! The Complete Pinoy Guide to Retirement and Estate Planning , published by Platypus Publishing, is being launched today at 6 pm at Powerbooks, Greenbelt. Do join us.

Apr 05

Book of the Week

Tweet “Nixon Agonistes: The Crisis of the Self-Made Man” (Garry Wills)

Mar 30

Book of the Week

Tweet “The Paradox of Revolution: Labor, the State, and Authoritarianism in Mexico” (Kevin J. Middlebrook)

Mar 23

Book of the Week

Tweet “A Diplomatic History of the Philippine Republic: The First Years, 1946-1961” (Milton Walter Meyer)

Mar 16

Book of the Week

Tweet “The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable” (Nassim Nicholas Taleb)

Mar 09

Book of the Week

Tweet Crossover Leadership in Asia: Staying Whole in Two Halves, by InciteGov, see reviews by Sylvia Mayuga and Rina Jimenez-David.

Mar 01

Book of the Week

Tweet “The Rise and Fall of Class in Britain (Leonard Hastings Schoff Lectures)” (David Cannadine)

Feb 24

Book of the Week

Tweet PROFILES ENCOURAGE: Ordinary Filipinos Making an Extraordinary Difference

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