Angat Buhay NGO: with hopes and aims to fight poverty in the Philippines, while transforming communities through garnered helping hands.
The capital city of the Philippines—Manila, celebrates its 451st founding anniversary today, June 24. Manila is a melting pot of various cultures and the nation’s center of economy, governance, and commerce. Manila Day, otherwise known as Araw ng Maynila, is an annual celebration of chock-full of activities which includes talent competitions, concerts, beauty pageants, and large food feasts.
The only rose among the thorns. The lady bravely symbolizes the color pink and the rose flower during the campaign period. A 56-year-old Filipina, a single mother of three ladies, with an impressive educational background, public service, and patriotism. She is Maria Leonor Sto. Tomas Gerona - Robredo, popularly known as Vice President of the Philippines, Leni Robredo, and one of the ten presidential candidates.
As the Philippines’ National Elections near, the general public has expressed their support for their desired candidates for the presidency. With different opinions and bases of information widespread all over social media, the candidates each have proposed platforms and solutions to staunch for a ‘better’ country, in hopes of uniting Filipinos, as Bongbong Marcos (BBM) famously phrases.
“Katapangan, Kakayahan, at Katapatan.” This is one of presidential candidate Ping Lacson’s taglines. One of 10 choices that will appear on the ballot for president, Lacson has promised that he shall show strict leadership if elected president.
For the aspiring filmmakers out there and the like, Media Works presents a new beginning in hopes to reignite the passion for Filipino film and arts. LIYAB: Ang Pamamayagpag ng Pelikulang Pilipino, is a mobile filmmaking contest for student filmmakers open to all Institute of Communication students of every level.
It’s a given notion that music has its own life, wherein where words fall, music speaks, which all Filipinos may vehemently agree with you on. From when you hear the local radio on your daily commute, to a family function with a setup karaoke stand in the corner, Filipinos love their songs, especially our OPM.
FILIPINOS ALWAYS ADORE A GOOD LAUGH. With or without predicaments, we manage to create happiness in our time; and one of its popular ways is to escape for a moment and enter the realm of cinema.
The media and its practitioners are known for several things such as the Fourth Estate, being watchdogs, upholder of democracy. However, they are continuously experiencing threats over the years. And with that, there will always be people who will hold the line.