By Tatin Yang
The Inquirer was always a mainstay at our breakfast table when I was growing up. I would always remember to flip to the latest Young Blood, wanting to read the latest submission. Sometimes, a story would make me laugh, others would make me sad, still others would make me realize how lucky I am, while a few would haunt me for a week or two.
Before Twitter, there was Young Blood, the Philippine Daily Inquirer column that has provided a voice to generation after generation of twentysomethings who have a lot to say. The tradition thrives to this day.
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