The European Union Delegation to the Philippines’ newly published book "What's EUr story?" featuring the essays of Filipino youth was released yesterday in Manila.
“Can you tell me how to get, how to get to Sesame Street?” goes the last line of the song that has endeared itself to many generations of children who avidly watched the American educational television series featuring Muppets of all shapes and sizes.
Filipino gymnast Carlos Edriel Yulo made history for the Philippines after bagging the bronze medal in the Men's Floor Exercises Final at the ongoing World Gymnastics Championships in Doha, Qatar.
Filipino-American poet Rachelle Cruz won an American Book Award for “God’s Will for Monsters,” a collection of poetry exploring the Filipino heritage of the author.
The Philippines honoured 10 senior citizens as its unsung heroes during the 28th Sampung Ulirang Nakatatanda (Outstanding Older Persons) Awards.
The Philippine government has conferred The Order of National Artists to seven Filipino artists.
A Filipina professor has won this year’s ASEAN-US Science Prize for Women.
Cordillera native Joan Carling has been awarded as a United Nations Champion of the Earth for her life’s work of fighting for environmental and indigenous people’s (IP) rights.
Filipino designer Kenneth Cobonpue has launched a Star Wars-inspired furniture line in collaboration with the Disney franchise that is only available in the Philippines.
The viral video-making group Hiho/Cut today reshared their Kids Try Jollibee video which keeps getting viewed, shared, liked, commented on, and loved by netizens from around the world.
The Filipino duet entry to the I-Sing World Grand Finals in Paris, France has brought home the first runner up prize after a highly competitive 4-day competition in late September.
Julian Yu calculated and debated his way to the top to win the World Mathematics Championships in Australia at the Trinity College, University of Melbourne.