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So far, there haven't been any reports of new confirmed infections in the Philippines.
Though there haven't been any new confirmed cases of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the Philippines, two people who traveled from the country to Taiwan and Australia have tested positive for the virus.One patient, a man in his 30s,
You'll be pleased to know that Darren Wang still plays *high school* heartthrobs!
Have you seen the 2015 film Our Times? It's this adorable coming of age rom-com movie from Taiwan that's set in the '90s. It tells the story of Truly (Vivian Sung), an awkward "ordinary" girl whose
As of this writing, his events in South Korea, Thailand, and Taiwan have been postponed, too.
Attention, Ji Chang Wook fans! His Manila fan meeting has been postponed to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), according to his agency, Glorious Entertainment. "The performance will be included in the Asia Fan Meeting Tour that will resume
The visa-free entry is supposed to be in effect until July 31.
After the Philippines included Taiwan in the Corona Virus Disease (COVID-19) travel ban, Taiwan may cancel the visa-free entry of Filipinos, according to Inquirer.This might be among the "reactive measures" of the Taiwanese government, said Angelito Banayo, chairperson of
Major airlines have canceled all Philippines-Taiwan flights until further notice.
Taiwan is now included in the travel ban imposed by the Philippines as a preventive measure against the novel coronavirus threat. Department of Health spokesperson Eric Domingo said yesterday, February 10, that the ban was implemented late last week, according to CNN
Congratulations on your milestone, Gabbi!
Gabbi Garcia just reached a new milestone: She has been named as the first-ever Filipina Taiwan Tourism Ambassador.On Instagram, Gabbi posted several photos of her recent trip to Taiwan as she wrote: "So happy to announce that I'm the
Step out of your comfort zone!
If you've been hesitant to give solo travel a try, maybe it's time to step out of your comfort zone so you can achieve your 2020 travel goals. Here's one suggestion to try for your first solo travel adventure:
The couple has been to two countries so far!
It's a known fact that real-life sweethearts Kim Chiu and Xian Lim love traveling and they make the time for it despite being celebrities with busy schedules. So far, the couple has been on trips together to China in January
JLD Dragon's first branch in the Philippines is in Robinsons Galleria!
It's no secret that over here at the Cosmo HQ, we'd risk our lives for a great cup of milk tea. Not to be dramatic but, we've endured standing in line for hours just to taste
Because really, love wins.
Thousands took part in Taiwan's very first pride parade since it legalized gay marriage in May 2019. Attendees were estimated at 200, reports that 20,000 couples have tied the knot since the new law was set
Taiwan just extended Filipinos' visa-free privileges!
If you've always wanted to visit Taiwan, you've got another year to go without the need for a visa. Taiwan just extended Filipinos' visa-free privileges for another year, from August 1, 2019 to July 31, 2020.
Plastic straws suck.
As delicious as bubble tea is, it has one major flaw rn: It's not environmentally friendly. Of course, people have began to ditch plastic straws, trading them for steel or bamboo ones. Some even bring their own tumblers, and you&#
Kim and Xian explored Taiwan and even got to stay at a capsule hostel!
Taiwan is quickly becoming one of the hottest travel destinations for Filipinos. With so many things to see and do, it's no wonder even stars like Kim Chiu and Xian Lim had to check it out!In her latest vlog published
Yes, WITH pearls!
Ever since Tiger Sugar stepped foot in the Philippines, the love and appreciation for brown sugar milk tea have been thriving. Even milk tea spots that didn't traditionally serve brown sugar drinks jumped on the bandwagon. But Taiwan is operating
Watch the couple release a sky lantern!
In her latest #Chiurista series, Kim Chiu shares moments from her Taiwan trip with her "favorite travel buddy," boyfriend Xian Lim. You can see the couple exploring, grabbing street food, and doing a quick workout in Kim's video.Engaging in one
Zai jian, we're headed to Taiwan!
Taiwan is one of the visa-free countries Pinoys can visit (at least until July 2019 for now). That means you get a chance to experience dreamy seasons like spring (read: cherry blossoms!). You can also make a budget of 20,000
For when you're done making your rounds of the night markets.
You've eaten your way through the night markets of Taiwan-gobbled up some scallion pancake, rice noodle soup, oyster omelette, beef cubes, xiao long bao, takoyaki, and Hot Star fried chicken that's bigger than your face-and washed it all
Maximize your stay in the land of bubble tea.
Now that Filipinos can visit Taiwan without a visa, it's the perfect place to add to everyone's 2018 travel bucket list! Here's a list of things you shouldn't miss trying while in Taipei, plus some choice destinations outside
Bundle up!
From one Fall-Winter enthusiast to another, here's a list of the most accessible (read: visa-free!) cold-climate countries to explore during the holidays! Start packing your cozy coats and favorite pairs of boots ~ASAP~.You read that right:
Is it worth it?
Taiwan is known for its delicious eats, but one of the country's most iconic dishes is beef noodle soup. You'd be hard-pressed to find a local restaurant that doesn't serve it. But Niu Ba Ba is on another