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Ilocano “Good Samaritan” teacher Emil Bal-iyang supplies fresh fish, veggies to students’ families

Good Samaritan teacher Emil Bal-iyang of Ilocos Sur has been providing fresh harvest from his fish pond and vegetable garden to feed the families of students who are affected by the community quarantine to stop the spread of the coronavirus disease.

Iñigo Pascual performs at Los Angeles Clippers NBA game in iconic Staples Center

Filipino singer-actor Iñigo Pascual made the Filipino nation proud with his successful and high-energy performance during the Los Angeles Clippers National Basketball Association (NBA)...

Steven Spielberg, Minecraft, Avengers: Endgame, and More! | Good News Pilipinas! TV Week In...

Good News Pilipinas! TV Week in Review wraps the week with the 5 Best Filipino Pride stories of Pinoy triumphs, positive action, and inspirations. With...

President Manuel L. Quezon, Andres Bonifacio new Piso Coins circulated by 2020

The Philippines' New Generation Coin Series is getting two new additions with the upcoming release in 2020 of the new 20-Piso Coin bearing the...

LOOK: Philippines starts 500-day countdown to 2021 Quincentennial Celebrations of Mactan victory, world’s 1st...

The Philippines has started the 500-day countdown to the nationwide Quincentennial Celebrations on April 27, 2021, an event that marks Lapu-Lapu's victory in the...

UP Baguio alumnus Shaphir Aleph Lizarondo’s Paper Art showcased in Japan

University of the Philippines Baguio (UP Baguio) alumnus Shaphir Aleph Lizarondo's Paperspective art is being showcased at the Tricera Gallery in Japan.

Parangal Dance Company celebrates Filipino culture in Colombia

For the first time a dance company representing the Philippines’ indigenous people culture was invited to the annual Folclórico Internacional de Barraquilla Estefania Caicedo in Colombia.

Rhoel Dinglasan receives US health award for smartphone COVID-19 test

Dr. Rhoel Dinglasan and his team of researchers won a prestigious award from the technology competition sponsored by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for a rapid, smartphone-based saliva test they developed which could diagnose COVID-19, along with other blood-borne diseases such as malaria and anemia.

Filipino authors Bien Lumbera, Ricardo de Ungria, Kristian Cordero awarded Southeast Asian Write prize...

Esteemed Filipino writers Bienvenido Lumbera, Kristian Cordero, and Ricardo de Ungria have been awarded the prestigious Southeast Asian Write (S.E.A. Write) prize in Bangkok,...

Missionary triathlete Romeo Puncia receives Emirates Nursing honors

Missionary triathlete Romeo "Oreo" Puncia was honored by the Filipino Nurses Association in the Emirates during the celebration of International Nurses Day. Puncia was honored...

Bea Cruz’s Filipiniana-inspired clothing bags top awards in San Diego Fashion Week

Filipino designer Bea Cruz has bagged two major awards at the international Fashion Week San Diego (FWSD) runway in California held virtually this year amid the Covid 19 pandemic.

Parliament House publishes Jason Tanamor’s “Vampires of Portlandia”, 1st novel with Filipino characters

Jason Tanamor releases his first novel with Filipino characters. A new novel from Jason Tanamor that features Filipino characters is among Parliament House's new book acquisitions for 2020.

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Disney themes’ parodies by Mikey Bustos showcase Filipinos, Philippines

Disney's popular movie theme songs were turned into parodies by YouTube celebrity Mikey Bustos to showcase Filipinos and the Philippines' islands as prime travel destinations.