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Philippine democracy martyr Ninoy Aquino remembered on national holiday

The world remembers Philippine democracy martyr Benigno “Ninoy” Aquino Jr. as the country marks a national holiday today to celebrate the life of the fallen hero.

Jeepney driver’s own ‘Libreng Sakay’ initiative earns netizens’ praises

A jeepney driver’s own ‘Libreng Sakay’ initiative shared by a passenger on social media went viral as the good deed earned netizens' praises.

Filipino designer’s jeepney campervan spotted by world’s 1st online design mag

Filipino designer Michael Go’s converted jeepney campervan was spotted by Designboom and landed on the pages of the world's first online design and architecture magazine for having “breathed new life into old jeepney”.

Filipino pageant coach helped Miss Universe Thailand win crown

The winner of the Miss Universe Thailand (MUT) 2022 pageant, set to represent the country in the international competition later this year, was trained by a Filipino pageant coach.

Security guard receives retirement surprise from four children he supported through college

A security guard who put all of his four children through college received a surprise from his family on his last day of work.

Negros student Enzo Miguel Kho off to Princeton as full scholar, gives family hope

Youth development advocate Enzo Miguel Kho from Negros Island is off to study at the world's top 10-ranked Princeton University as a full-ride scholar, a rare achievement for a Filipino student that gives his family hope for a better future for their child and an inspiration to others.

Panay human rights lawyer Angelo Karlo Guillen wins U.S. Baldwin Medal of Liberty

Filipino lawyer Angelo Karlo Guillen is set to receive the Baldwin Medal of Liberty for his continued efforts to defend human rights despite facing threats and risks to his own life.

Remembering Lorenzo “Ka Tanny” Tañada’s public service, human rights legacy to Filipinos

Today we remember Senator Lorenzo “Ka Tanny” Tañada’s legacy to the Filipino people on the occasion of the Grand Old Man of Philippine politics' 124th Birth Anniversary - in the midst of calls not to forget the lessons of history.

Pedicab driver-student leader pedals way to education degree with Magna Cum Laude honors

The road to success wasn't easy for young Filipino student leader Jerson Aboabo who worked as a pedicab driver before graduating with Magna Cum Laude honors, the second top academic distinction from a university.

Gasoline boy-factory worker finally graduates with architecture degree after 8 years

A former gasoline station attendant and factory worker finally graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Architecture after working hard to support his studies for over eight years.

66-year-old Nanay Josie graduates from high school, pursues college degree

A 66-year-old senior citizen from Catarman, Northern Samar, believes there's still time to pursue her dreams after graduating from senior high school with honors.

UP top graduate Gia Evangelista says grit helped her overcome not passing UPCAT

University of the Philippines top graduate Gia Santos Evangelista has revealed that she actually did not pass the UP College Admissions Test (UPCAT) but her grit helped her overcome the failure to eventually graduate with Summa Cum Laude honors from the premier state university.
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