Dating. The very word makes me shudder. The sheer difficulty of it almost makes you want to not do it. Sometimes it’s too much trouble to go out and see if you’re compatible with someone because more often than not they turn out awkward, weird, or just bad. Well, we asked people what the worst date they’ve […]
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We’ve seen people go crazy over White Rabbit bubble tea, boba hot pot, and even milk tea with edible cherry blossoms, so it was really only a matter of time before the next milk tea fad took advantage of our childhood favorites. It’s now finally happening with an official Pokémon bubble tea line in Japan! (You […]
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If you know anyone who’s been to Bali in the past few years you’ve probably also seen their amazing photos on the island paradise. One of those photos is most likely a shot of them in the famed Lempuyang Temple. This is the location where you’ll see people posing in between two walls with clear […]
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Words by Cole Manalac Photos by Lexi Aguila Art is something inexplicable, ethereal even. To some, it’s hard to explain and even baffling. However, to others, it’s an escape. It’s something that lets them explain themselves freely, it shows motivation and so much different things that are hard to explain. At points, it even evokes […]
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Words by Meldrick Tin Photos by Joshua Go If you love singing along to the tunes of your favorite OPM hits “Halik,” “Sinta,” and “Basang Basa sa Ulan” by Filipino pop rock band Aegis, here’s some good news for you! In case you missed it, your favorite Pinoy musical Rak of Aegis is back on […]
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In central Japan, you will soon be able to buy one grape (yes, not grapes) at 23,000 pesos or $460. Known for being extraordinarily juicy, the red grapes which are called “Ruby Roman” has a bit of acidity but has a great amount of sugar content. During the first auction of the season, these grapes […]
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The megamouth shark (megachasma pelagios) is a rare protected shark that swims in Philippine waters. One of its kind was recently caught in a net of some fishermen from a Cagayan De Oro town. Sadly, it ended up as dinner for many of the town’s residents. Cheryl Magante, fishing regulation officer of the Bureau of Fisheries […]
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The Divorce Act of 2019 aims to remove the Philippines from the short list of countries where divorce is not an option (the only other state being Vatican City). It was originally filed in January of 2019 but was not given due attention in Congress, possibly due to the high volume of pending bills. Senator […]
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On Wednesday, Senate Majority Leader Juan Miguel Zubiri vowed the Senate will be prioritizing the increase of salary for public school teachers. “As your Majority floor leader, I guarantee we will take it up as priority measure for the first few months of this Congress,” Zubiri told reporters in an interview. Miguel Zubiri has filed himself […]
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