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Coffee Painting Artist-Poet Larry Abreño draws inspiration during lockdown in New Zealand

We both were teaching at the same campus in Miriam College. He was with the high school department while I was in the college unit. We’ve never met, until one day my daughter Jess, who was organizing Pecha Kucha in Hamilton said that her high school teacher would be presenting his coffee painting artworks.

5 Ways Filipino Celebrity Ronnie Liang Inspires the Nation

Filipino celebrities have been serving the nation in many ways during the lockdown, from performing in online fundraisers to assist frontliners and the poor, to encouraging others to stay healthy.

VIDEO: Rio’s Christ The Redeemer as doctor flashes “Salamat” to honor Filipino medical frontliners

Rio de Janeiro's iconic Christ the Redeemer statue projected the Philippine flag with the words "Salamat (Thank you) and "Pag-asa (Hope)" to honor Filipino medical frontliners.

Overseas Filipino student Kelly Abagat shares survival story from COVID 19 infection in Germany

Overseas Filipino student Kelly Abagat went on Good News Pilipinas TV and shared the story of her battle with the COVID-19 infection alone at home in Berlin, Germany.

UST Hospital’s Dr. Carmina Fuentebella celebrates birthday as COVID19 Survivor

University of Santo Tomas Hospital (USTH) resident doctor Carmina Fuentebella was able to celebrate her birthday as a COVID-19 survivor.

How to Cope with Covid-19 Crisis

It has been more than a month since the lockdown and we continue to cope with the Covid-19 crisis in different ways. Day by day, we safeguard our physical, mental & emotional health. A lot of times, we extend help to others, and more often than not, we ourselves, seek out help, as well.

#SilentHeroesPH volunteers send out PPEs, vitamins to help stop frontliner infections

Volunteer group #SilentHeroesPH has been quietly passing out Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs), supplies, and vitamins to help stop infections among frontliners in the fight against COVID 19.

“Babe, positive ako,” a nurse’s story of COVID healing shared on social

Nurse Rachelle Christy Rizon-Clavano shared the inspiring story of her husband and fellow nurse, Denver Clavano, and his journey towards COVID-19 healing.

Pangasinan Kindness Station of UPLB agripreneur Anjanette Tadena provides for indigent families

UPLB alumna and agripreneur Anjanette Tadena started a “Kindness Station” In Pangasinan to provide for the basic grocery needs of farmers and indigent families during the Luzon-wide lockdown.

New Zealand Engineer Gerry de Leon plays healing saxophone music for neighbours in lockdown

It was mid-morning. The door was open in his music room aka garage as he practised playing the saxophone. It was day-18 of the national lock-down period. A neighbour eventually got in touch with him and said why don’t you share your music with others?

Cavite doctor infected with COVID-19 hopes to recover and rejoin frontliners

Cavite doctor Dr. Cherry Abu got infected with COVID-19 but is looking forward to recovering from the disease and continue treating patients.
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Healing Song Playlist in The Time of Quarantine

Music as a way to express ourselves and our emotions can also be like a bridge that unites and connects people who are otherwise isolated. The power of music and songs can address loneliness and desperation especially at this time when people are physically cut off from other people while under community quarantine.

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British pop singer Anne-Marie amazed by Filipinos’ ‘2002’ song covers

British pop singer Anne-Marie treated Pinoy fans to her reaction video of Filipino artists covering her songs which include the likes of "Asia's Phoenix" Morissette Amon and internet star, Miss Everything.