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From the Editor-in-Chief: Sacrifices and Success in Life


From the Editor-in-Chief

There are many words but only one could best describe my early life being the son of a struggling family of seven children whose only hope for survival is ‘hand-to-mouth’ existence through hard labor day in and day out: POVERTY.

How we survived this deep-seated poverty through the years that impoverished our lives as a family working together under an atmosphere of sufferings, helped us surmount the seemingly indestructible odds with faith in our hearts, was a story in itself.

II was born poor and miserable from a family whose roots were among the poorest of the poor, my father being a sickly calesa driver who could hardly earn enough to meet our daily meals, most often had to skip one or two meals a day, thus often dubbed “one day-one eat”.

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From the Editor-in-Chief: Sacrifices & Success in Life


From the Editor-in-Chief

There are many words but only one could best describe my early life being the son of a struggling family of seven children whose only hope for survival is ‘hand-to-mouth’ existence through hard labor day-in and day-out: POVERTY.

How we survived this deep-seated poverty through the years that impoverished our lives as a family working together under an atmosphere of sufferings, helped us surmount the seemingly indestructible odds with faith in our hearts, was a story in itself.

Pointblank: Truly – A Leader of Note! Worthy of Respect & Praise!

If there is any leader of the sugar industry who has been tried and tested by time, it’s the president of the National Federation of Sugarcane Planters (NFSP), Mr. Enrique “Nene” D. Rojas!

Truly, it’s been so many years since he started to campaign actively for the survival of the sugar industry! Today, he is still fighting for the sugar industry and we can really admire and respect him for his herculean efforts!