The Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) has called the trend of illegally trafficking cheetahs one of “epidemic proportions.” According to them, around 300 young cheetahs are taken from Somaliland to be bought and sold each year. The reason cheetah trafficking is so popular? Those with enough money to trade in cheetahs seek them as pets, or […]
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Fox has issued a script-to-series development order for Mitch Albom’s bestselling novel The Five People You Meet in Heaven. While the novel was already adapted into a Television movie in 2014, we can expect a deeper exploration of its themes and characters with this extended form of narrative. So get ready for this popular tale to make […]
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We’ve seen a lot of diet-friendly desserts out there but Baba Bake’s cookies come from a very special place: a daughter’s love for her dad. The owner and baker of Baba Bake, Nicole Guillermo, made this recipe for her father who was diagnosed with end-stage kidney failure last year. Her father, a sweet-tooth, had to […]
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A bill seeking to legalize same-sex unions in Thailand has taken seven years of work but may finally be reaching fruition. It is now almost in the final stages of approval in parliament and may soon make Thailand the first country in Southeast Asia to grant the LGBTQ+ community this right. They would be only […]
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Barangay Alion in Bataan recently launched their “dalawang-daang lamok kapalit isang kilong bigas“ or “two hundred mosquitoes for one kilo of rice” program. Under this initiative barangay officials will be facilitating an exchange of 200 dead mosquitoes for 1 kilo of rice. They specifically encourage the catching of these mosquitoes with the use of cooking oil. (DOH […]
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Words by: Leika Golez As much as going out to big parties is enjoyable, we sometimes just want to celebrate in our own space. It sounds so nice to have a quiet and private celebration amidst the hustle and bustle of everything else. For example, what better place to celebrate a special event than at […]
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Words by Gianna Sibal I am not a risk-taker. Some would say I’m boring and too much of a worrier, some say I’m too by-the-book, and some say I have a type A personality—which basically means that in everything I can control, I plan, and things must always go according to plan. Which is why […]
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Words by Meldrick Tin Graphics by Heather Co It’s no surprise that we, Filipinos love taking care of our physical appearances as part of our personal hygiene—especially our face and skin. By now, you’ve probably already tried everything—from high-end, local, or Korean skincare. (ALSO READ: Get your Hair, Nails, Eyebrows, and Face Done in One Place: […]
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Words by Gianna Sibal Photos provided by Milkshake Modern day society dictates that men rule the world, but women around the world continue to fight for equality and empowerment. And I’m all about women empowerment—this clothing brand is, too. Milkshake believes in the power of girls setting a safe and unified space through fashion, and […]
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