The first Funko Pop toy version of the Pinoy Jollibee mascot is a certified hit among fans and collectors who bought all 4,000 figurines within days of its launch and regular release.
PH Time is Now has released the Canada schedule for the July 26 mentoring and networking night.
Good news to basketball-loving Filipino anime fans! The first Philippine-made anime series, Barangay 143. is now set to premiere on national television this October.
Parangal Dance Company premiered a new performance celebrating the colorful Maranao culture of Marawi in Mindanao to an appreciative international audience at the 40th annual San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival held in California, USA.
PH Time Is Now is heading to Toronto, Canada for its first satellite event.
Philippine-born and raised Dr. Astrid S. Tuminez has overcome her impoverished beginnings to become the first woman president of Utah Valley University (UVU).
France the 2018 FIFA World Cup champions has a goalkeeper of Filipino descent.
Filipino-American director May Adrales received the Alan Schneider Director Award from the Theatre Communications Group (TCG) of New York.
The over 130 Filipinos from around the globe who made an impressive showing of their bayanihan spirit during the inaugural PH Time Is Now in June held in New York City has given rise for the networking and mentoring event to next be held in Toronto.
Filipino Chef Reynorr Samson’s “atchara” sandwich headlined the Philippine cuisine showcase at the 60th Tongtong Festival in Amsterdam, the biggest Eurasian food festival in the Hague.
Clare Cattleya de Guzman Amador was given the distinction of speaking at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University in the United States – marking the first time a Filipina was given the role of addressing the post-graduate classes of the school.
With his modern take on Filipino sights and visuals in his portfolio, Filipino photographer Rommel Lugada was recognized and awarded the bronze prize in the prestigious Moscow International Foto Awards.