It’s no surprise that one of the most hotly anticipated games of the 30th Southeast Asian Games for Filipino is the basketball championships. With Gilas Pilipinas in the running for its 13th straight gold medal (and 18th overall) and Gilas Pilipinas Women seeking their first, fans are ready to go in all-out support. (LOOK: Clark […]
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Written by Patricia Yap Photos by Jezreel Colangoy PH MyDays (DAY6 Official Fandom Name), how are you all holding up? Has post-concert depression (PCD) set-in? Yes? Well, that’s perfectly alright! A huge congratulations to the five boys of Korean band DAY6—Sungjin, Jaehyung, Young K, Wonpil and Dowoon—for another successful concert in the Philippines. After a […]
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Written and Photographed by Krizia Joy Rivera On November 23, 2019 at New Frontier Theater, Park Hae Jin held his first fan meeting in the Philippines. He flashed a big smile as he entered the hall to the warm welcome of his fans. The whole crowd went wild in the first part of the fan meeting. […]
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Written by Clarissa Li Photos by Fudge Santos Making mistakes absolutely scare me. I’m the kind of person who just has to get things right immediately. The idea of making mistakes and messing things up in small and big aspects of my life is a terrifying prospect. So imagine my reaction when the co-founder of […]
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The year is 3001, and pageants and runways are the only humane entertainment that survived in this dystopian future. Candidates from different organizations battle out on who will reign as the new Mr. and Ms. CEGE. Witness as CEGE THINKERS host the ulterior post-apocalyptic themed pre-pageant this December 12, 2019 at the Mapua gym, 4:30PM […]
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The Dreamweaver Alignment of Stars In celebration of the 30th anniversary of FEU’s President’s Committee on Culture, the FEU Theater Guild comes home to the FEU Auditorium with “The Dreamweavers,” written by Rody Vera and directed by Dudz Teraña who is now celebrating his 10th year as the Artistic Director of the university-wide theater organization. […]
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On quiet nights when I’m tired from work and the overwhelming responsibilities of adulthood, I find solace in memories of the past. Sometimes, I wish I could go back to my college days. I can’t help but think of all the things I could have done, should have done, and would have done if I […]
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Words by Patricia Yap Photos by Stephanie Nicole Teng Located in Malakas Street, Quezon City, what may seem like a new contender in the food industry has actually been a patron favorite for over 22 years now. Get to know Muang Thai PH—Banawe’s once classic go-to restaurant for all that is Thai food, now with […]
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The opening of the 30th Southeast Asian Games couldn’t have been timed better. Its opening ceremonies coincide with the 156th birth anniversary of revolutionary hero Andres Bonifacio. Making the most out of this alignment of dates, the Philippine Southeast Asian Games Organizing Committee (PHISGOC) called on the public to celebrate our national athletes as “the […]
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Words by Mia Abigan Photos by Fudge Santos Internships, for the most part, are something many people feel they could just forget about. I mean, work with no pay??? No thanks! But most companies nowadays require some sort of experience before they’d even consider an applicant as a potential candidate. Because of that, we are […]
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