• Hashtag #baha ‘floods’ Pinoy posts on Facebook

    Most countries see flooding as a major problem. In the Philippines, it is too. However, like the problem with traffic, Pinoys have gotten too used to the dilemma that instead of wasting their energies at being angry, they have opted to use their creativity and good humor to deal with the issue. As usual, Facebook […]

    Angie Chui 2 min read
  • 100 scholars to benefit from a fanboy’s tribute to Muhammad Ali

    Election lawyer Atty. Romulo Macalintal has been a big fan of Muhammad Ali for as long as he can remember. He recalls that even back in his high school days, he would collect clippings of the boxing champ and keep them in a scrapbook. This was the same scrapbook that earned him a chance meeting […]

    Angie Chui 3 min read
  • Junk art: an impressive way to reuse trash and save the environment

    It has been three years since junk art sculptor Bryan Joseph Webb Trinidad started turning trash materials into works of art. His creative masterpieces hail from metal scraps and other junk collected from his hometown in Tumana, Barangay San Jose in Baliwag, Bulacan as well as nearby barangays whose officials have come to know his […]

    Jenny Manongdo 3 min read
  • #NEDA10KChallenge becomes trending topic on Twitter

    There have been many trends and challenges that have grown popular via social media. The Ice Bucket Challenge, the Floss Challenge, the Kuripot Pinoy Challenge and Tik Tok are a few that have gained popularity in the Philippines. Now, its the #NEDA10KChallenge that is rocking Twitterverse like a hurricane. Most recently, the National Economic and […]

    Angie Chui 3 min read
  • Here’s why Chef Sandy Daza ‘hates’ fusion food

    Amid the growing hype for ‘fusion food,’ renowned Pinoy Chef Sandy Daza said he is not a big fan of the trend. “If I cook the dish my mom would have wanted done it a different way. Her pochero is different from my pochero. But you know I got all kinds of pochero and if […]

    Joel C. Paredes 3 min read
  • Celebrity Chef Sandy Daza’s ‘recipe’ for life

    CELEBRITY Chef Sandy Daza admits hurdling a “no pain, no gain “life. And despite his captivating wit and humor, his success really came with being honest to his c audience. “So if it’s good, tell them that it’s good. if it’s not, who am I criticize? I don’t try to project something I’m not. I […]

    Joel C. Paredes 5 min read
  • All set for the Barangay & SK Polls? 8 Steps to Cast Your Vote

    The May 14 Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan polls is less than a week away. Do you already know what to do on the said day? To help guide voters, here is a simple step by step guide for the voting process provided by the Commission on Elections: 1.) At the polling place, look for your […]

    Selies Galvez 2 min read
  • Panalo si Cardo!

    “Ang Probinsyano,” helmed by actor Coco Martin has been winning the ratings game for years and its popularity has extended beyond the television screen. If elections were held today, Ricardo “Cardo” Dalisay would easily win as barangay chairman. And it really comes as no surprise because the seemingly endless journey of Cardo to find justice […]

    Angie Chui 2 min read
  • Welcome to Instagram, Pope Francis!

    The world was agog when Pope Francis joined the social media site Twitter in 2013, where every so often, the pontiff shares his thoughts on issues affecting the world. Then, he continued to win the hearts of the faithful all over the world by kissing babies, caring for the ill and homeless, taking selfies with the […]

    Angie Chui 2 min read
  • Get ahead in the Year of the Monkey

    For the second year in a row, renowned feng shui expert Master Joseph Cham Kam Shing released his book, Feng Shui Essentials, this time for the Year of the Fire Monkey. The book serves as a monthly guide for all the 12 animals in the Chinese zodiac in terms of finances, career, family, romance and […]

    Angie Chui 4 min read
  • Suportahan ang pangarap ng ating anak

    Bagong taon na naman at magkahalong excitement at kaba ang nararamdaman ko sa tuwing naiisip ko na sa darating na Marso ay magtatapos na ang aking anak sa elementarya. Mataas ang pangarap ni Daniel. Gusto niyang maging isang mahusay na scientist at makapag-aral sa ibang bansa. Minsan ay naisip ko na napakatayog naman yata ang […]

    Chloe Garcera-Ben 2 min read
  • Your guide to the International Eucharistic Congress 2016

    After Pope Francis visited the Philippines in January 2015 to spread the visit of the faith, the country was chosen once again to be the host of yet another global faith event. The attention of the world will be on the Philippines again particularly in Cebu, where the 51st International Eucharistic Congress (IEC) will be […]

    Selies Galvez 3 min read