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It's the first of its kind here in the Philippines!
On November 30, President Rodrigo Duterte announced that Metro Manila-including Batangas, Iloilo City, Tacloban City, Lanao del Sur, Iligan City and Davao City-will remain under General Community Quarantine (GCQ) until December 31. GCQ is considered as the second-lowest quarantine
Have a safe trip, Pinas.
These days, more and more places have been reopening their doors to tourists-Boracay, Baguio, and Ilocos Sur, to name a few. But the list is actually much longer than that: You can check the complete list of open tourism sites on
Here's what you should know.
From the start of the COVID-19 pandemic to the series of typhoons that hit the Philippines, generous individuals and organizations have taken it upon themselves to organize donation drives to help Filipinos in need. But while most donation drives are well-
Social media posts show it's not about being lazy.
Using the hashtag #NationalAcadBreakNow, Filipino students from different school levels pleaded on social media for a respite from school work following monster Typhoons Ulysses (Vamco) and Rolly (Goni).Students say: It's not about them being lazy, it's about
Here's how you can help.
On Thursday, November 12, Typhoon Ulysses triggered floods and affected several areas in Metro Manila and other parts of Luzon. Places like Marikina and Rizal were heavily hit, with many residents fleeing to their rooftops or braving the water just to get
She's an activist, social worker, and business owner.
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have won the 2020 U.S. election and are set to become the next President and Vice President of the country. The two will be sworn into office on January 20, 2021 (Inauguration Day) once the Electoral
Your toes may be cold, but these films will warm your heart.
The rainy season is upon us-and it looks like we're expecting more typhoons to come. While some may be looking for ways to distract from the cold, dreary weather, we say, enjoy it! And there's no better way
These will *definitely* hit the spot.
With tropical storm Pepito continuing to move across Luzon and bring heavy rains with it, many of us are looking for ways to warm up (and wake up). ICYDK, areas in the Philippines were placed under tropical cyclone signals on Wednesday, October
Borrowing money is a business transaction.
Over the weekend, Pia Wurtzbach and her sister's falling out went viral after Sarah fired off a series of Instagram stories. Several of the posts touched on money. Lending money is tricky, even more so when it involves friends and
It takes creativity and practicality during these tough times.
How do you plan a wedding in a few weeks during a pandemic? Consider, too, that the bride is a recent COVID-19 survivor. Filmmaker Arjanmar Rebeta pulled that off, giving his wife, Khaye Medina, the wedding of her dreams that also
Here's why the #ManilaBayChallenge hashtag is trending.
Hoping to experience the "white sand" beach, people flocked to Manila Bay over the weekend, creating a pretty large crowd along Roxas Boulevard-despite the strict physical distancing rules currently in place because of the COVID-19 pandemic. ALSO READ: Those Jose
Why can't we stop binge-watching?
Spoiler alert: It takes more than familiar plots and love teams. It's thinking ~light years~ ahead. As Filipinos fell deep into the rabbit hole that is 2020, fans also fell deeper into the Korean universe, as new titles are streamed
Waiting for the day we can also say, 'Lag? I don't know her.'
The results are in and yup, Internet speed in the Philippines is still terrible. Data recorded by Ookla's Speedtest in August 2020 has the Philippines on the lower rungs of the global index in terms of average mobile and broadband
Here's a guide for new hires.
It's hard enough to graduate and look for a job in normal circumstances, but it's even harder when you do it in the middle of a global pandemic, especially now that there's an ongoing recession. Simply
So what if it stains your face mask?
In the aftermath of the 9.9 online sale, people are counting the days until their packages arrive. There's a good chance it will contain the holy grail of beauty products: lipstick. Stained face masks be damned.People spend on
One thing's constant no matter the state of the economy: fried chicken.
Fried chicken sparks joy for Filipinos, especially when it comes with lots of gravy. It's a constant-whether the economy is booming or on life suport because of a pandemic. There are baskets and barrels for parties but for the
You will still need to deal with checkpoints along the way.
We'd be lost, baby girl.
The Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) wants to regulate streaming sites like Netflix to make sure that they follow Philippine law. MTRCB's legal affairs division chief, Jonathan Presquito, told a hearing of the Senate Committee on Trade,
According to a survey, a lot of people are missing face-to-face contact with their colleagues.
Despite all the Zoom calls, we're sure we can all agree that catching up with your office best friend through a computer isn't the same as getting coffee together in the morning or sharing merienda in the afternoon.
Looks like there's a lot of hope for business recovery even amid a pandemic.
With the easing of quarantine restrictions and more businesses being allowed to open, there were fewer unemployed Filipinos in July compared to April 2020. According to the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA), the country's unemployment rate went from 17.7 percent