Filipino chef Claude Tayag won the People’s Choice Award at the 8th annual Events DC Embassy Chef Challenge held in Washington, D.C.
Emerito Rojas permanently lost his voice due to Stage 4 throat cancer. At present, he can only communicate by using an electronic larynx
Filipino-American Alyssa Mangio is representing Nevada in the prestigious Scripps National Spelling Bee this May.
The University of the Philippines topped the 2016 Geologist Licensure Examinations, with 8 of the top 10 examinees coming from the UP Diliman
Recognizing the need to maintain peace between religions, Nathaniel and Amina Mambuay made it their mission to eradicate discrimination
Since George Gange finished school as a rondalla ensemble scholar, he figured that other children can do the same. This inspired George and his family
Three cities in the Philippines have made it as finalists in the Earth Hour City Challenge (EHCC), the World Wide Fund for Nature
When the Aeta tribes at the foot of Mt. Pinatubo were faced with the threat of losing the stewardship of their ancestral land to potential land grabbers
Switotwins Digital Storytelling, a Davao-based startup that conducts online and physical workshops to help people tell their stories
Technology-savvy young farmers from the rural towns of Mindanao in Southern Philippines are making the most of their technology know-how
Filipina Rachel De Villa, founder and Chief Technology Officer of Cropital, has been named in Forbes Asia’s list of young gamechangers
World famous chef Anthony Bourdain documented Manila’s distinct tastes, both in food and lifestyle, in the first episode