Tag Archives: National Bookstore

September 11, 2016

National Grandparents Day with PeopleAsia



When you were little, they might have secretly let you stay up late and sneaked you some sweets under the table. As a teenager, they might have helped you negotiate your weekend curfew and padded your allowance. And as an adult, perhaps you’ve found yourself where your lola and lolo once were, understanding what life had taught, gaining a deeper appreciation Continue Reading


July 12, 2016

Go back to basics with these places, people and cooking on World Simplicity Day


It’s easy to lose yourself in the daily grind and hustle and bustle of 21st century life. Maybe you lose sight of what’s most important to you, maybe you’ve forgotten what it is that gets you out of bed every morning. If we asked you now, would you be able to tell us what it is Continue Reading


June 7, 2016

One for the Books: Socorro Cancio Ramos

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By KRISTEL DACUMOS-LAGORZA The world is filled with a million and one stories. But one whose story is worth being told and heard a thousand times over is that of, the dynamic, warm-hearted 90-year-old matriarch whose own life stories can inspire like the books on the shelves of her beloved National Book Store. Deep inside, Continue Reading