Luneta Ice Cream grabbed two National Prizes - the 2020 Food Truck of the Year Award (Ice Cream category) and Gold Award for excellence in product and service at the De Nederlandse HORECA (Hotels, Restaurants and Café) Prijzen.
The Philippine winner from the shortlist of Pinoy scientists for the prestigious Newton Prize 2019 award will be announced on January 28, 2020, in Manila.
The new lunar Year of the Rat, also known as the Chinese New Year, is being heralded by Philippine Postal Corporation (PHLPost) with special commemorative stamps depicting the first animal of the Chinese Astrology.
Iloilo City streets are being given a facelift with colorful murals painted by local artists ahead of the Dinagyang Arts Festival that opens on Sunday, January 26, 2020.
The New York Times (NYTimes) is all praises for 10-year-old Filipino-American wonder kid Edbert Aquino for his handwriting, amidst a revival of cursive writing in the state of New Jersey.
As the heightened alert continues at the Taal Volcano in Batangas province, Filipinos across the nation have kept vigil with the evacuees who fled their homes by providing for their needs through relief campaigns.
A photo essay by Filipino photographer Ezra Acayan featuring images of the eruption of Taal Volcano has been featured on TIME Magazine.
Accounts of Pinoy heroic deeds spread quickly on social media as fast as live and recorded videos and photos were uploaded when Taal Volcano erupted in Batangas province in the south of Manila over the weekend.
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Filipino celebrations at Christmas were showcased in the three shirts designed and illustrated by Filipino artists Robert Alejandro, Abi Goy, and Liza Flores.
Feast of the Black Nazarene or the Traslacion on Thursday, January 9, has brought on reminders of how previous parades have left mountains of trash along the route, and a plea from the No To Plastic Campaigners for a more environment-friendly celebration.
Beloved Filipino dishes Sisig, Turon, and other Pinoy food classics are on the menu of Hotel am Brillantengrund, a 300-year-old Austrian hotel in the 7th district of Vienna.