With Uber phasing out and Grab raising prices, commuters are turning to alternative choices -- with Angkas slowly becoming a popular alternative to Grab.
A year following its successful debut in the Philippines, Big Bad Wolf, on its 10th anniversary, returns bigger and better, showcasing two million new books ranging from young adult fiction, science fiction, and general fiction to children’s books, self-help, and textbooks, all with discounts of up to 90% off.
On its seventh year, Art Fair Philippines continues to be the primary platform to exhibit modern and contemporary Philippine visual art in support of the Filipino artists, with each piece mirroring the vibrant and modern art scene in the country.
What was once considered as “Manila’s toilet bowl” all of a sudden becomes another major project of the government after the rehabilitation of Boracay – also has promised to put the same efforts to bring back its beauty by the Inter-Agency Taskforce.
Amid the urban sprawl that is Manila, a “pocket of a forest” named the Arroceros Park was opened and brought wonders of forests to the city folks in 1993.
"Fall down seven times, stand up eight." — it’s not about the matter of what happened, or what was the cause of the destruction of it all, but how one will grow from it, learn, and change.
Who is this mysterious St. Dominic and why is he the star of this show?
Ride-hailing application Angkas has been winning the internet because of this man – Patrick Santos.
Kilalanin natin ng husto ang ating mahal na Rektor na si Fr. Clarence Marquez, O.P., SThD. hindi lang bilang rektor ng Letran kundi bilang isa ‘ring Letranista na may dugong ‘Arriba.’
The Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) in partnership with the Cinema One Originals, organized a film discussion seminar at the St. Thomas Hall on Wednesday, October 10.