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Bea's charity, I Am Hope Organization, sent goods and supplies.
Vice President Leni Robredo has been working hard to provide for those heavily affected by the typhoons that hit the Philippines this month. But she's not doing it alone. For instance, on Monday, the vice president thanked I Am Hope
She’s our peg for Philippine fashion.
Miss Universe Catriona Gray looks amazing in Philippine threads. Whether decked in crisp coats tailored from indigenous fabrics or draped in traditional styles made from the Philippines' signature textiles, the queen is able to draw attention to Philippine-made fashion with
Fresh from the Asian Games, the low-key athlete talks about finding strength in herself.
Dennise Lazaro doesn't want an entourage. Despite being one of the biggest stars in Philippine volleyball and having just come off a tour of duty in the 2018 Asian Games, Dennise arrives at our shoot in a simple black t-
Together, we can end all forms of abuses.
On November 25, 2017, Vice President Leni Robredo visited Juan Sumulong High School in Quezon City as one of panelists in the third national event of the Babaenihan campaign. Babaenihan is a joint project of the Office of the Vice President (OVP)
Aika got a scholarship to Harvard University and some people can't take it.
During "TERETalks" at St. Theresa's College in Quezon City on Saturday, May 6, Vice President Leni Robredo was asked, "What is your greatest fear for your family?""Robredo lamented how her three daughters are being dragged into the political circus despite
And other sh*t Pinays have to deal with, because we are women living in this country.
There are things that we wish had never happened. Unfortunately, reality always trumps wishful thinking. Here are the painful, disturbing, and disappointing things that have been affecting Filipino women. 1. RH LAW STILL HOSTAGED BY SUPREME COURT TROFour years since its enactment,
President Rodrigo Duterte reportedly told his executive assistant Bong Go to tell Robredo "to desist from attending all Cabinet meetings" starting December 5.
Vice President Leni Robredo just revealed that she will tender her resignation as Housing Secretary from the Cabinet of President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday, December 5.Robredo made the announcement in a statement released on Sunday, December 4. "We had hoped this
'Many were bothered and offended by them. As we all rightly should.'
On Tuesday, November 8, President Rodrigo Duterte was in Tacloban City to speak at the event marking the third year since Typhoon Yolanda struck.For some reason, Duterte ended up telling the audience how he and Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez once ogled
'I kept on staring at her.'
President Rodrigo Duterte has been quite open about his admiration for Vice President Leni Robredo.During a speaking engagement on Wednesday, August 10, the president told soldiers at Camp Sang-An in Zamboanga del Sur how he couldn't keep his eyes
'We hope that the war is not done at the expense of the innocent and defenseless.'
Vice President Leni Robredo has expressed concern over what she described as a "growing culture of vigilantism and violence" under the Duterte administration. In a statement, Robredo, who is now officially part of the administration's inner circle after accepting a Cabinet
'What brings us together as a nation is far more powerful than what pulls us apart.'
The campaign period, most notably the televised debates, helped showcase then Representative Leni Robredo's gift for public speaking. She tugged at the hearts of every Filipino with her stories of dealing with the marginalized sector, or what she fondly refers to
Think before you tweet.
The teenage daughter of outgoing Tacloban City Mayor Alfred Romualdez has apologized for her cuss-filled tweet against vice presidential frontrunner Leni Robredo and her supporters.In a post on her Twitter account on Wednesday, 16-year-old Sofia Romualdez admitted to