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Benjamin Pimentel launches collection of essays

MANILA, Philippines—INQUIRER.net columnist Benjamin Pimentel is launching his book “How My Sons Lost their Tagalog” on Friday , 5 p.m. at Faber Hall on the Ateneo’s Loyola Height campus.

“How My Sons Lost their Tagalog” is a collection of essays, published by the Ateneo University Press.

Proceeds from the book will go to a scholarship fund for the children of journalists killed in the Ampatuan massacre in 2009.


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