Victoria Rey M. Apale is a fearless cancer warrior who has already fought and lived through the disease a first time. She was in remission for her primary cancer, Endometrial Cancer, for some time before receiving the news that it had spread to her liver. It was only last April 2019 when she learned her cancer […]
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A study conducted by Wellcome Globe Monitor in 2018 found that majority of Filipinos would rather believe in religion than science if put to the choice. The research findings showed “a summary of public attitudes to science and health challenges in the Philippines” and were based on a sample of 1,000 interviews. It measured the […]
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Aside from the picturesque beaches, Boracay is well loved for the different and diverse set of species you can come across. One such example is sea turtles. Boracay is actually home to 4 out of the 5 sea turtle species which find their home in the Philippines. For that reason, these sea turtles are often […]
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Words by Gianna Sibal The struggle of finding clothes for everyday wear in college is real. The university students (who aren’t required to wear a uniform) will agree with me on this—there’s not enough jeans, not enough blouses, not enough skirts, and not enough shirts for us to fit one outfit per day in a […]
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More than just a dictionary, the Oxford English Dictionary (OED) is a language research project which is constantly evolving through its expansion of the English language. It recognizes that the sources of the language have diversified to include countries beyond the West. This is why it has been continuously adopting words from localized versions of […]
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Words by Justin Francia Whether we ask for it or not, dads seem to love cracking jokes as a form of affection. Sometimes it’s subtle, other times it’s not, but either way, it’s a gentle reminder of how much we are loved by them even with their embarrassing kind of humor. It doesn’t matter how […]
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Words by Justin Francia Photos by Magic Liwanag Through its new collection, TOMS takes a stand on issues that truly matter. Distinguished as the charity-oriented brand behind the One for One model, TOMS is now collaborating with CRIBS Foundation, a non-profit organization that provides a loving and safe environment for young women who are working […]
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Words and Graphics by Heather Co The K-12 system has been implemented in the Philippines for a few years now but it is still considered quite a recent change to the educational system in the Philippines. One of its major changes is adding the senior high school (SHS), comprised of grades 11 and 12, where […]
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Four days ago, veteran actor Eddie Garcia passed away following an accident that occurred during a shoot for a TV show. His passing has, without a doubt, affected many people of all walks of life. After his passing, his stepson Mikee Romero voiced out that he will be filing a bill with hopes to ensure the […]
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The Philippine Toys, Hobbies and Collectibles Convention, better known as TOYCON PH, is celebrating 18 years of serving pop culture enjoyment to its fans both local and international. It is, simply put, the longest-running and premiere pop culture event in Asia. Early this year, TOYCON PH presented a fresh visual identity, through a new logo, […]
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