In case you missed it: a rare, colored film showcasing the extent of the destruction on the city of Manila, which was the second most devastated Allied capital of World War II. All footage courtesy of Robin Jacob, Tiger Film Productions.
Meet Romnick Blanco. The 7th of 9 children in the family, he used to cross a bridge-less river in Bulacan every day just to get to school.
On April 16, he started classes in the International School of Manila, where he is a full scholar.
“He said he was surprised by the sheer size of the school, the buildings, the classrooms, the resources. He started playing sports and said classes were okay so far, although he needs a little work on Math. I am told he struggles to understand one of his teachers who has a thick British accent.”
There was a time when the Spice Girls were inseparable. When they were busy spicing up our lives and encouraging everybody to zig-a-zig-ah, they always rolled as a unit. Then the individual members started breaking off to focus on solo careers and marrying soccer players, and eventually seeing the Spice Girls all together in one place became rarer and rarer.