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Expand your knowledge of the West Philippine Sea with this free online resource

F‌ilipinos can now easily access official information about the Philippines’ sovereign rights to the West Philippine Sea with the recently launched “Not One Inch” website.‌

You can now join Philippine festivals via online Fiesta Filipinas

The “Fiesta Filipinas” online event series will be simulating all the experiences of Philippine festivals to bring Filipino culture and celebrations closer to Filipinos around the world despite the limitations of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park showcased in UNESCO photo exhibit in Paris

The Philippines' Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park is featured in the photo exhibition launched by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) titled "Protecting UNESCO’s Marine World Heritage through scientific research” in Paris, France.

Illac Diaz, Liter of Light return to Philippines, share their award-winning Filipino social innovation...

Filipino social innovation Liter of Light founder Illac Diaz and Chief Strategist Ami Valdemoro have returned to the Philippines after their 100-Day Solar Lighting Mission on the Peace Boat and have rejoined their team...

Just 12 days now to process your Philippine Passport

Philippine passport applications can expect speedier service beginning October 2018 as the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) has shortened the waiting period for the processing line.

DFA opens 100,000 passport appointment slots from February to May

The Department of Foreign Affairs opened 100,000 passport appointment slots for February to May since 1 p.m today January 23rd. "Every day, we will be putting more slots so that all of you who want...

1st batch of 10-Year validity PHL passports released

The first batch of Philippine passports valid for 10 years has already been released. The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) announced the issuance of the initial set of passports that will replace the 5-year valid...

Philippine Passports now valid for 10 years from January 2018

Filipinos will soon hold Philippine passports valid for 10 years instead of the current 5-years. The new Philippine passports will be issued beginning January 2018, after the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) released the Implementing...
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Bana’s Cafe of Sagada wins critics recognition in Paris

Sagada-based Bana’s Cafe has won international critics’ recognition by bagging the Médaille Gourmet from the 3rd International Contest of Coffees
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