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Maria Urduja Osit-Li

Manila, Philippines
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About Maria
Maria Urduja Osit-Li is a journalist based in Manila, Philippines.
English Tagalog
Audio package (Radio / Podcast) Interview (Video / Broadcast) Documentaries
Politics Current Affairs Technology

Monsour del Rosario's Raw Interview for "Ang Bagong Dugo" and his point of view on The Male Machismo genre that vanished in Philippine Cinema and replaced by Gay genre with no offense of course to the Gay Community.

Ian T. Ignacio: The New Face in Philippine Action Cinema

19 May 2018  |  Ian T. Ignacio: Actor/ Martial Artist /Athlete
Ian T. Ignacio, a newcomer to the Philippine film industry, made his debut in the action movie 'Ang Bagong Dugo' (New Blood), which was released in June of the previous year. Despite playing a villain, his performance was well-received, earning him the title of a 'Revelation' by netizens and online media. Ignacio's interest in acting led him to train under Professor Tony Mabesa at Dulaang UP and complete a workshop with PETA in cooperation with the British Council's RADA. His recent participation in the Hollywood film 'Showdown in Manila' has furthered his experience in action films, showcasing his potential in the genre.

Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow

19 May 2018  |  The News and Story Board
The article discusses the song 'Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow,' highlighting its historical significance. Written by Gerry Goffin and Carole King, the song was first recorded by the Shirelles in 1960 and achieved notable success by reaching number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It is particularly significant as it was the first song by a Black all-girl group to reach the top position in the United States. The article seems to be an introduction to a longer piece, as indicated by the prompt to 'Continue Reading.'

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Quintessential People Events Topics in Entertainment & Arts Culture

Few of my recent work for Entertainment and Sports.


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