January 26, 2023

Teach Your Children

By David Haldane Jan. 26, 2023     I think of it as the anthem of my generation. You, who are on the road Must have […]
January 12, 2023

Read the Transcript

By David Haldane January 12, 2023     “Stifling dissent… by weaponizing the country’s laws and the courts.” That’s how a recent Philippine Daily Inquirer editorial […]
January 5, 2023

Ubiquitous Ube

By David Haldane January 5, 2023   I have always had a tenuous relationship with Filipino food. A 2019 column entitled “My Life as an Ichthyophobic” […]
December 29, 2022

Divided Faith

By David Haldane Dec. 29, 2022   I read some surprising news the other day. An American Catholic priest, it seems, had been dismissed from the […]
December 15, 2022

The Death of Writing?

By David Haldane Dec. 15, 2022     I remember the day I became a writer. It was 1970, and I had spent six months roaming […]
December 1, 2022

Gringos Get Gone!

  By David Haldane December 1, 2022   The irony is stunning. Mexicans want Americans to stay away. And, if they’re already in Mexico, well, they’d […]
November 17, 2022

Bent Spoons

By David Haldane November 17, 2022   Talk about a blast from the past. I was relaxing at home, minding my own business with my favorite […]
November 10, 2022

Scary Monsters

  By David Haldane November 10, 2022   The stories are hard to read. A young woman from Mexico said she felt the weight of other […]
November 3, 2022

Standing In

By David Haldane Nov. 3, 2022     I had an entirely different lede in mind for this column. I expected it to say that the […]
October 6, 2022

Globe At Home: No Escape

By David Haldane Oct. 6, 2022     It seemed like a good idea. In fact, it was the only idea because none of the country’s […]
September 8, 2022

Boxer Shorts

By David Haldane September 8, 2022     I meant it as a joke. Back in 2019, I wrote a column called “Pajamas” aimed at a […]
August 25, 2022

Invisible

By David Haldane August 25, 2022     Let me confess something right up front: I didn’t begin noticing Filipinos until I married one. Now, 14 […]