Words by Gianna Sibal “Saan tayo kakain, guys?” I think this question has haunted a lot of us—students, employees, and even just friends out for a night out. It’s really hard to decide where we want to eat especially if we’re in an area surrounded by restaurant and food chains. When I was in senior […]
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Featured image by Heather Co Vampires have become very divisive figures in pop culture. While some might think of the old-school, caped vampires of old, we now also have the sparkly kind. Well, either way, there’s one thing they have in common: Immortality. They never age, or at least they look like they never age. You […]
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We’re used to themed cafes based on popular anime and cartoons popping up here and there and then disappearing after a few months. But this time, a restaurant based on well-loved series Sailor Moon is opening its doors to fans all over the world PERMANENTLY! Sailor Moon Shining Moon restaurant in Tokyo is set to delight fans […]
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Have you ever heard of Gua Sha? This new beauty trend did not just stem from those jade rollers that people use at home for their skincare. Gua Sha is actually a form of Chinese medicine that means ‘to scrape sand’. We were able to try a Gua Sha Facial at Luminisce Holistic Skin Innovations […]
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In things that will make you feel old today, the internet had to explain to a young Stranger Things fan what a darkroom is. Several scenes between Jonathan Byers and Nancy Byers are set in this, um, dark room where Byers develop film. According to the young fan on the online forum StackExchange, “In Stranger […]
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A 16-year-old boy from Hangzhou, Zhejiang province was rushed to hospital after experiencing extreme symptoms of sickness. According to the Qianjiang Evening News, he was diagnosed with an abnormally high blood sugar level, which was believed to be caused by an unhealthy diet of daily milk tea, fried food, and other sugary drinks. The effects were so […]
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Senator Ralph Recto made it known last July 20 that he has filed a bill in Senate which deems birth certificates as perpetually valid. The bill seeks to give “lifetime validity” to birth certificates in order to end the practice of demanding an updated birth certificate for various documentary requirements. He deemed such a practice […]
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Kevin Siy, a Bachelor of Science in Architecture graduate from the University of Sto. Tomas, was asked to present his thesis proposal on plans for rehabilitating the Manila Zoo to Manila Mayor, Isko Moreno. Last July 8, the two met and were able to agree on a shared dream of bringing Manila Zoo back to […]
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Manila Mayor Isko Moreno urged fast-food chains in the city to be more open towards hiring senior citizens and Persons With Disabilities (PWDs). He shared this sentiment during the signing of city ordinances No. 8564 and No. 8565, which grant students, solo parents, senior citizens and PWDs a monthly stipend of Php 500. The call is in line […]
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Manila City’s recent crackdown on illegal vendors has been met with mixed reactions. While many are happy with the street cleanup, others worry about the livelihood of these vendors being affected. The Department of Tourism (DoT) spoke up last July 10, Wednesday to assure that these changes will be positive in the long run. DoT […]
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