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The library limited its hours for a month while the administration of new Mayor Edgar Labella looked for new staff to man the round-the-clock operations
The Cebu City Public Library stops its 24-hour services – an initiative of former mayor Tomas Osmeña – citing manpower shortage
The library is also planning to offer Spanish, Mandarin, and German language classes, says reelectionist mayor Tomas Osmeña
The story of 66-year-old Hernando Guanlao captivates netizens. Here's how you can find him and help him continue his mission.
66-year-old Hernando Guanlao wants to empower people by giving them unlimited access to books
In the long term, Mayor Tommy Osmeña promises that other rooms in the building will be repurposed to 'give students doing group work a place to talk'
(UPDATED) Quezon City's main library can accommodate 300 people and is open from Mondays to Saturdays
Established in 2010 the Library Renewal Partnership aims to build at least 200 community libraries by 2020 and empower Filipinos to make our nation great again
Although the Philippines has a high literacy rate not all children are able to read and write depriving them of the opportunity to travel across new worlds through reading
The architecture festival “Anthology” is completely free and open to the public It will be held in Plaza de Roma and will be anchored by The Book Stop as its main stage
PLUS D is a novel attempt at chronicling the hidden histories within US diplomacy
A shy New York woman whom no one took to be wealthy left a shockingly happy surprise when she died: 20 million in donations to the city s libraries and main park