Kaya Co reconnects Fil-Am youth to PH roots
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
Tennessee Pinoys in Global Walk for PH poor
Marathons are being run and walked around the world mainly for fitness sake and as competitive sport. A group of Filipino couples in Tennessee
4 PH schools in QS Top Universities Rankings
Four leading universities from the Philippines ranked in the 2015 QS University Rankings of top schools in Asia.
Bright homeless boy receives scholarship program
Nine-year-old Daniel Cabrera, the boy whose photo showing him studying his lessons at night outside a fast food outlet, has just received a scholarship
Cruise ship photog earns global recognition
Filipino cruise ship photographer Jophel Botero Ybiosa has been receiving international recognition in different photo competitions
Pastry Chefs score Gold in HK Culinary Title
Two Filipino pastry chefs came out on top in an international culinary tilt, beating 23 other pairs in the Live High Tea Set category.
PUP students in Top 3 of Go Green Finals
Two Polytechnic University of the Philippines’ (PUP) students have once again brought pride to the country after winning a top 3 spot at Schneider Electric
Filipino street food a big hit in Australia
Can anyone ever forget the smell of the Pinoy “inihaw”? Luckily for Filipinos living overseas, Filipino food is being offered more frequently across the globe.
UP students are Google’s Asia-Pacific Champions
UP College of Business Administration students bested teams across Asia-Pacific to become champions at the 7th Google Online Marketing Challenge.
Toronto honors Filipinos’ cultural contributions
Filipinos are known to welcome foreign cultural influences with open arms. But has Pinoy culture made an equally strong impact on other cultures?
La Salle Dasma hailed for eco-waste practices
De La Salle University - Dasmariñas was recently cited by an ecological group for banning the use of disposable plastic bags
PHL adopts Halal standards to widen market share
The Philippines is set to enter the trillion-dollar market for halal products as it becomes the first non-Muslim country