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Remembering EDSA People Power through monuments and shrines
Monuments and shrines that stand along EDSA tell the stories of the four-day peaceful protest rallies that happened 37 years ago, where millions of Filipinos from all walks of life gathered at EDSA, a major thoroughfare of Metro Manila, with a common goal – to bring back democracy. That is now known as the EDSA People Power Revolution.
What 8 young adults think about EDSA People Power
On Feb. 25, the country will pause for a holiday to commemorate the EDSA People Power Revolution and to reflect on how a peaceful movement brought democracy back to the Philippines after 14 years of martial law under the late former president Ferdinand E. Marcos.
Amorsolo’s famous works on 250,000 LEGO bricks at Manila City Hall exhibit
What do you think of when you hear the name Fernando Amorsolo? The “Dalagang Bukid,” “Bayanihan,” or “Early Traders” must be on your mind.
Why take the civil service exam?
The Career Service Exam, commonly known as the Civil Service Exam (CSE) is a bi-yearly test conducted by the Civil Service Commission (CSC). It is a test to determine those qualified to work in public service.
A tragic love story starts the legend of Mt. Kanlaon
Peeking through a sea of clouds in the heart of Negros is the mystical highlands of Mount Kanlaon. Known as the highest peak in the Visayas region at 2,465 meters above sea level, this active volcano has enamored many mountaineers, volcanologists, and tourists alike. However, to the people of Negros, its arduous terrain is where its ancestors had once roamed.
Flowers for Valentine’s Day that will (almost) live forever
Fresh flowers are beautiful with their vibrant colors, delicate appearances, and fragrant aroma, but there are also other types of flowers that would live longer to carry the message of love and affection.
They found love through ‘swipe right’ in a dating app
Many couples often start their love story with a face-to-face encounter, introduced by friends, meeting at work, or school. Today, there’s also the internet where people meet their life partners through online dating applications.
A Valentine’s Day gift story: 3 pieces of candy and a note
A very simple Valentine’s Day gift of three pieces of menthol candy, not chocolates or flowers, deepened a union that has been through 26 years, and four children.
Wong Chu King Foundation, Inc. donates to churches and orphanages
Wong Chu King Foundation, Inc. (WCKFI) led by its legal consultant, Judge Oscar P. Barrientos (Ret.), and volunteers, turned over on Jan. 6, 2023 financial assistance to Sta. Rita De Cascia Parish priest Fr. Norman J. Baldoz and several members of the parish executive committee. The financial assistance is for the painting of the church ceiling to portray the life of Sta. Rita de Cascia.
Manila Bulletin’s Newspaper-Christmas-Tree Making Contest Goes Local for its 20th year
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New Year’s resolutions to make you feel good
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Walk of Faith: New procession but same devotion
It is that time of the year again when thousands of devotees are expected to fill many streets of Manila to celebrate the Feast of the Black Nazarene. Now a well-known and most-celebrated feast, the activities will take on a new form as the country is emerging from the hard restrictions of the pandemic.For the third year, the Traslacion, the transfer of the Black Nazarene statue from the Quirino Grandstand to its home in Quiapo Church, will not be held. This is the procession where thousands of devotees jostle to get nearer to the image which they believe is miraculous and can heal the sick.But the feast’s Traslacion will be different this year as a new procession called the Walk of Faith or “Lakad Pananampalataya” will be held after the midnight mass on Sunday, Jan. 8, in honor of the Nuestro Padre Jesus Nazareno or Black Nazarene at the Quirino Grandstand. It will end after about two hours at the Quiapo Church or also known as the Minor Basilica of the Black Nazarene following a similar route of the past years.
Jose Rizal: The words of this Philippine hero live on
Jose Rizal, a Philippine hero who stood up against Spanish colonizers by choosing the pen and not the sword to fight injustice, is the focus of tributes as the nation commemorates his 126th death anniversary on Dec. 30, a non-working holiday.
All about fireworks and firecrackers: Permitted, prohibited, or tolerated?
• Executive Order No. 28 signed by former president Duterte on June 20, 2017, confined firecracker use to community fireworks displays. • Republic Act No. 7183 passed in 1992 identified the types of firecrackers and pyrotechnic devices allowed in the country and regulations to control their manufacture, sale, and use. • According to the Bulacan provincial government website, the province’s pyrotechnics industry started in Santa Maria town. In 1867, Valentin Sta. Ana learned how to make fireworks from a local parish priest who used “kwitis’ or stick rockets to wake up parishioners for the start of Misa de Gallo. • The Chinese were said to be the first who developed fireworks in the second century BC. The simple process was done by tossing bamboo stalks into a fire which caused it to explode, according to American Pyrotechnics Association.
Christmas traditions: Celebrating the Filipino way
It’s definitely the most wonderful time of the year! Christmas Day is only a few days away, and most people are already prepared for their own way of celebrating.
Sinkholes: Why there are holes in the Earth’s surface?
What happens when you step into a sinkhole? Is that a possibility?
Make it a green Christmas celebration
It’s definitely the season of joy! Christmas is here and after two years of avoiding the malls, restaurants, and meeting friends, people are out celebrating this season of cheer.
KNOW THE PARTY-LIST REP: Sam Verzosa, Tutok to Win Partylist
A neophyte in the partylist setup in the House of Representatives, Tutok to Win, is one among 55 proclaimed winners in the May 2022 elections with 685,578 votes. As ninth of 178 partylist candidates, it has hit the ground running behind the initiative of first nominee Rep. Sam Verzosa, a businessman, philanthropist and chief executive of a rapidly expanding direct selling company in the health, beauty and wellness industry known as Frontrow.
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South Africa is exporting more food. But it needs to find new growth frontiers
Wandile Sihlobo , Stellenbosch University
Philippines sides with US amid rising regional tensions between Beijing and Washington
Tom Smith , University of Portsmouth and Ann Bajo , University of Portsmouth
When Filipino parents in the US encourage their children to talk about their feelings and promote cultural pride, their children’s mental health improves
Joyce Javier , University of Southern California
Marcos junior is the latest beneficiary of ‘bloodlines’ in Southeast Asian politics
James Chin , University of Tasmania
Philippines: the challenges ahead for the new president Marcos
Tom Smith , University of Portsmouth
A member of the Marcos family is returning to power – here’s what it means for democracy in the Philippines
Adrian De Leon , USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences
Philippines election: how the Marcos clan might be heading back to power
TikTok is propagandists’ new tool to win elections in Southeast Asia
Nuurrianti Jalli , Northern State University
Russia’s war on Ukraine is driving up wheat prices and threatens global supplies of bread, meat and eggs
David Ubilava , University of Sydney
‘Mission impossible?’: tracking political misinformation and disinformation on TikTok
How the Philippines’ President Dutuerte weaponized a Filipino custom during COVID-19
Yvonne Su , York University, Canada
Philippines: ‘Bongbong’ Marcos, son of reviled dictator Ferdinand, runs in what could be a race of two dynasties in 2022 election
The Philippines is set for a fiery election, even without any Dutertes (at least for now)
Cleve V. Arguelles , Australian National University
The Nobel Peace Prize brings overnight celebrity, but also frequent scrutiny, trolling and persecution
Lukasz Swiatek , UNSW Sydney
Nobel Peace Prize for journalists serves as reminder that freedom of the press is under threat from strongmen and social media
Kathy Kiely , University of Missouri-Columbia
Maria Ressa: Nobel prize-winner risks life and liberty to hold Philippines government to account
The Philippines passes the 2 million mark as COVID-19 cases surge in Southeast Asia
Michael Toole , Burnet Institute
Lots of IMF programmes are never completed – because they’re unworkable
Bernhard Reinsberg , University of Glasgow and Thomas Stubbs , Royal Holloway University of London
Ferdinand Magellan’s death 500 years ago is being remembered as an act of Indigenous resistance
Kate Fullagar , Australian Catholic University and Kristie Patricia Flannery , Australian Catholic University
Compassionate courage moves beyond ‘cancel culture’ to challenge systemic racism – but it’s hard work
Pushpa Iyer , Middlebury
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'Our hearts are broken': Families mourn Australians killed in plane crash
Australia and Philippines discuss joint naval patrols to counter 'aggressive' China
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Philippine volcano searched after wreckage of missing plane spotted
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Chinese ship accused of blinding sailors with 'military grade' laser
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Qantas plane forced to turn back mid-flight on New Year's Day
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Rain, floods in Philippines leave 29 dead, dozens missing
Teen mechanic killed in fiery crash in Perth
Three arrested over alleged importation of at least $4m of drugs
Philippines asks China for explanation over latest sea feud
Philippine storm victims feared tsunami, ran toward mudslide
Korean Airlines overshoots Cebu runway, all 173 onboard safe
Philippines on red alert as Super Typhoon Noru approaches
Fears of dangerous debris from Chinese rocket
Australian man jailed for sexual abuse of Filipino children over internet
Terrified photographer thought this would be last photo he ever took
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Volcano spews ash and steam about a kilometre into air
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Chinese coast guard in South China Sea stand-off
Philippines counters China threat with $520m missile deal
Coronavirus dampens Christmas joy in biblical Bethlehem
Resident describes typhoon that caused mass destruction in Philippines
Death toll from Super Typhoon Rai climbs
Typhoon leaves dozens dead, many homes roofless in Philippines
Tourist attacked by croc at theme park after climbing into pool for selfie
Journalists from Philippines, Russia given Nobel Peace Prize
Philippine president Duterte announces retirement from politics
'One of the strongest storms this year': Super Typhoon to slam Taiwan
New clue to human evolution's biggest mystery emerges in Philippines
Novavax seeks emergency approval for COVID-19 vaccine in needy countries first
US issues stark warning on China's South China Sea 'bullying'
Philippine Air Force plane crash death toll rises to 50
Duterte threatens to arrest Filipinos who refuse vaccination
Waterspout tornado over Philippines beach captured on camera
Sydney man stuck in Philippines for almost 15 months feels 'abandoned'
'How politely can I put it?': Philippine minister's coarse message to China
Three children rescued from online sex abuse ring in the Philippines
Chinese ships 'active off disputed reef for years'
Nation shuts down travel after body with COVID washes ashore
Philippines leader told to stop 'grovelling to china'.
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