Lamentillo to launch ‘Night Owl’ in Ilokano, Bisaya, Hiligaynon
“Night Owl: A Nationbuilder’s Manual” translated into our local languages—Ilokano, Bisaya, and Hiligaynon—will soon be available, according to its author Anna Mae Yu Lamentillo, Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) Undersecretary and former Build, Build, Build committee chair.
'Night Owl: A Nationbuilder's Manual' now in Ivy League Libraries
"Night Owl: A Nationbuilder's Manual," a book about the "Build, Build, Build" Program of the government authored by Anna Mae Yu Lamentillo, is now part of the library collection of several Ivy League universities and other international libraries.
Book launching celebrates former President Duterte’s ‘Build, Build, Build’
The ambitious, trailblazing “Build Build Build” infrastructure modernization project of former President Rodrigo “Rody” Roa Duterte, which is one of the reasons he remains a popular Filipino politician today among the general public, was recently celebrated in a 351-page book authored by now Department of Information and Communication Technology (DICT) Undersecretary Anna Mae Yu Lamentillo entitled Night Owl: A Nationbuilder’s Manual. The March 14 book launching was held at the Presidential Suite of Manila Hotel.
Dating DPWH Build, Build, Build Committee Chair Lamentillo, Naglabas ng Libro sa Infra Accomplishment ng Duterte Admin
Naglabas ng libro ang dating Build, Build, Build committee chair na si Anna Mae Yu Lamentillo tungkol sa infrastructure accomplishment ng Duterte Administration sa nakalipas na limang taon.
Night Owl: The Philippines’ Build, Build, Build Blueprint
Build, Build, Build Committee Chair Anna Mae Yu Lamentillo’s book, Night Owl, takes users on a 342-page journey across five years termed as the “Philippines’ Golden Age of Infrastructure.” It is a valiant attempt at chronicling where the Philippines has been, where it is, and where it is headed— specifically, in terms of the grand vision of connecting 7,641 disparate islands across Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao via land.