2021 Philippine Long Weekends and Where to Go

It’s been 10 months since the Philippine lockdown began, and it looks like things are finally looking up for those of us who love to travel. With news of the vaccine and loosening restrictions, it feels like we can actually start dreaming of going on a vacation again (I do hope so!). Here’s a quick […]

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Single-tasking

An art I never bothered to master I think one of the major reasons why many of us find it difficult to relax in the past year is because we just have too much going on. In the past 12 months, I feel like I just have too many tabs open in the browser in […]

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Pagburo at Pag-alsa: Natural Depictions and Illustrated Prophecies (Gelacio, 1910) Jo Tanierla

09 October – 12 December 20203F GalleriesUP Vargas Museum The UP Vargas Museum, in partnership with Tin-aw Art Management, presents Pagburo at Pag-alsa: Natural Depictions and Illustrated Prophecies (Gelacio, 1910) an exhibition by Jo Tanierla, curated by Carlo Paulo Pacolor. The exhibit will open virtually on 9 October 2020, Friday, at 6 o’clock in the evening.

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Manila, the ever loyal and noble city

I saw an interesting tweet by author Butch Dalisay tonight that made me think of how rich our heritage is, and how much we’ve lost to the past. I think it’s such a shame that we allow so much of our cultural and built heritage to be neglected and left to waste away.

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Help us raise funds for students in Taguig

Hi friends! We’re raising funds to buy portable Wi-Fi devices for poor students in our city. As you may have heard, DepEd has implemented a blended mode of learning, and students will be receiving a combination of online and module-based instruction. Some students simply cannot afford a smart device, let alone a reliable internet connection.

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K-Pop MVs set in Hong Kong

The world is in flames and one of the best forms of escapism that I have in the past few months is watching K-Pop music videos. Haha anyway, Hong Kong has been on my mind for a while now, so I looked for inspiration on where I can go the next time I visit the […]

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