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Christian Sta. Romana and John Paul Santos

PUP students in Go Green Finals in Paris

Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP) engineering students John Paul Santos and Christian Sta. Romana will be flying to Paris
Ramil Buenaventura

Pinoy math teacher in NY lectures in raps and dances

Say what you will about math as a school subject, but this Queens-based Pinoy teacher makes studying numbers interesting
Philippine economy growing

PHL forecast to be 2nd fastest growing economy in 2015

The Philippine economy is projected to be the second fastest growing economy in 2015 according to a Bloomberg’s survey
Paul Rivera

Wall Street Journal features Pinoy startups on the rise

The Wall Street Journal acknowledges the emerging scene of tech startups in the Philippines by listing five noteworthy startup companies
MOSES Tablet

MOSES Tablets: Filipino invention against disasters

The Philippines is no stranger disasters that may be likened to, in lesser degrees, biblical proportions such as those encountered by Moses
Liza Avelino

Pinay helper climbs Mt. Everest neighbor peak

The Filipino diaspora has once again brought a Filipina domestic helper in Hongkong to international media attention.
Jen Espineli-Padernal

DLSU-D, Dep-Ed IT educators in global IT conference

A De La Salle University-Dasmariňas (DLSU-D) Business Management professor in Cavite and a public grade school teacher from Union Elementary School
The winning UP team

UP Law victory at Oxford UK Moot Court is PHL 1st win

What do you get when you put together champions of human rights and veteran mooters from the University of the Philippines College of Law?
TARA app

TARA app screams Magnanakaw to scare phone thieves

The texting capital of the world has brought forth a unique phone anti-theft application that screams, “Magnanakaw!”
Resilience indicator

US think tank: PHL most resilient emerging economy

A global report has marked the Philippines as being the most resilient emerging market economy (EME) in 2014.
Kotse-kel

Pinoy tricycle gets a modern make-over: Kotse-kel

For both residents and visitors in the Philippines the jeepney, the baby bus, and the tricycle are uniquely Filipino vehicles used as common transport.
Jesus' resurrection

Resurrection Reflections: Silence

Jesus’ body was taken from the cross, prepared with spices, placed in a borrowed tomb. And then there was silence…

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Maria Ressa wins Stanford University Shorenstein Journalism Award

The Philippines' investigative journalist Maria Ressa is the winner of the 2019 Shorenstein Journalism Award given by Stanford University in California. Ressa, the CEO and...