A Guinness World Record was awarded to Mandaluyong City in July for having 12, 975 Zumba participants gathering on the streets of Mandaluyong
Filipino designer John Herrera became the crystal award winner of London Emerging Designer (L.E.D) competition of twelve designers
The University of the Philippines Concert Chorus (UPCC) is the 2015 Grand Prix winner at the 6th International Krakow Choir Festival in Poland.
Critically-acclaimed Filipino children’s book “The Rocking Horse” has earned a spot in Google’s online exhibit managed by the Google Cultural Institute.
A Filipina cultural artist cited for using the healing power of the arts and preserving the pre-Islamic dance tradition
Filipino World War II veterans can now reunite with their children when a new Obama administration immigration policy takes effect.
An active Philippine Eagle nest was found in the Cordillera province of Apayao, the first active nest to be found in Luzon.
A pre-teen Filipino boy who recently migrated to Switzerland with his parents has been featured in two leading newspapers in Switzerland as a child prodigy.
Two Filipino Americans, one a university president and the other a retired U.S. Army major general, were among the honored naturalized US citizens
A pushcart retriever at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) shared his cash reward worth P10,000 to fellow workers
Philippine Daily Inquirer publisher and former University of the Philippines College of Law dean Raul Pangalangan is now a judge
Once upon a time, the Filipino dream was to leave the Philippines. The offspring of those who did so have now turned the tables and are now leading