Preserving History, Resisting Forgetfulness: ‘Serve’ Sheds Light on Student Journalism During Philippine Martial Law...
“So, why this book?” veteran journalist Jo-Ann Q. Maglipon said at the launch of the anthology, Serve. “To fight fantasy, forgetting, flagellation. To stop the gaslighting of activists of yesteryears for the resurrection of a dictator’s family. To rebuke the exhortation of harmony and unity, false and deceitful. To demand apology, atonement, redress. And yes, to remind the powers—we are here, we remember everything, and we write.”
Iloilo City shared its pioneering climate initiatives on the world stage as the lone Philippine city invited to the United Nations Industrial Development Organization’s Bridge for Cities forum. From biker-friendly lanes to green urban spaces, Iloilo displayed how it is paving the way for a sustainable city lifestyle. This momentous participation not only places Iloilo on the international map for climate action but also serves as a proud testament to the city's commitment to sustainable urban living.
Filipinos continue to take a stand for sustainability as the Refill Revolution, an initiative that encourages individuals to reuse plastic bottles, is in full swing.
The majestic Maligcong Rice Terraces in Bontoc, Mountain Province is eyeing the distinguished honor of becoming a certified National Cultural Treasure, the same status held by the world-renowned Ifugao Rice Terraces. Gracing the northern part of the Philippines, the expansive terraced fields, carved gracefully into the Kupapey mountainside, stand as a testimony to the rich Cordilleran culture, beckoning both the young and the old to embrace a heritage rooted in community and harmonious living with the land.
Pasig City students can now receive transportation allowances, school supplies, and food packs as part of a groundbreaking program for their welfare and development.
Filipinos can now do their part in saving the environment by joining the upcoming coastal cleanups this September. Help celebrate International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) Day on September 16, 2023, by getting your hands dirty at any of the game-changing projects to save our waters.
Cavite State University’s Lady Aileen Orsal Makes History as Harvard’s First-ever Instructor for Filipino...
In a historic move that puts the spotlight on Filipino language and culture, Lady Aileen Orsal, a proud alumna and former faculty member of Cavite State University (CvSU) in the Philippines, takes the helm as Harvard University's first-ever instructor for its inaugural Filipino language course. Starting today, September 5, 2023, Orsal will be teaching introductory and intermediate Filipino (Tagalog) classes, marking a monumental milestone not just for herself, but for Filipinos around the globe.
In a world captivated by Filipino excellence in singing, dancing, and the arts, it's high time we shine a light on a different kind of star. Meet Dalbong—the four-year-old Pembroke Welsh Corgi who recently swept the 2023 World Dog Show in Geneva, Switzerland, off its paws. With his little legs but an enormous spirit, Dalbong becomes the first-ever dog from the Philippines to be crowned "World Winner" and "Best of Breed".
Interested in visiting the place where K-pop and K-drama came to life? Make it happen with the new Korea Visa Application Center (KVAC) in Bonifacio Global City (BGC), Taguig, Metro Manila.
“Sometimes children will just cry and they don't know why,” author and illustrator Liza Flores shared in a GoodNewsPilipinas interview. “They don't have the words yet to explain how they feel.”
Imagine a creamy, golden elixir, its luscious sweetness enveloped in a layer of amber caramel syrup. Imagine that first heavenly spoonful melting in your mouth as if it were a culinary cloud. This is no mere dessert—this is the Philippines' Leche Flan, a dish of ethereal beauty and decadence.
Comics lovers, rejoice! The virtual edition of the Philippine International Comics Festival (PICOF) is now headed for takeoff, with free registration open to all fans of this unique art medium.