Blog Posts - Philippines



TLC Festival 2016 Brings the World to the Philippines

Are you ready? Southeast Asia’s leading travel and lifestyle channel is bringing back the much-anticipated TLC Festival to the Philippines on Saturday, November 5! Attended by thousands of Filipino fans in 2015, this year’s TLC Festival boasts an...
by Recycle Bin of a Middle Child on Oct 27, 2016

Reinterpretations of Mars Ravelo

The last quarter of 2016 marks the start of a series of year long events commemorating Mars Ravelo,  a writer and an artist,  who brought us timeless and iconic characters such as Darna, Captain Barbell, Dyesebel, Bondying and Maruja. Ravelo wa...
by Recycle Bin of a Middle Child on Oct 14, 2016

Meeting the Pillow Man

Ever wonder how one of our favorite things in the whole wide world is being made? Well, right now, I can’t really get into exact details, but knowing the man behind one of the most in-demand pillow brands in the Philippines, I can’t help but to s...
by Recycle Bin of a Middle Child on Oct 14, 2016

Barack Obama Cancels Meeting with Philippines President after Insult

US President Barack Obama cancelled meeting with Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte as Philippines president called a vulgarity. US President and Philippines meeting was on Today, 6th September 2016 but US President cancelled it now. Philippines P...

TYFH update: National History Month 2016

The Young Filipino Historian: August 2016 updateThis is the blog's update for August 2016, and the 23rd update article published. August is National History Month in the Philippines, and this history blog launched a vigorous campaign all month l...
by The Young Filipino Historian on Sep 6, 2016

Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte threatens to swear at US President Barack Obama at ASEAN Summit

Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte (top L) arrives at the Wattay International Airport in Vientiane on September 5, 2016 for the 28th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit to be held September 6-8. (photos by AFP)Filipino President Ro...

Masks at the Jojo Vito Designs Gallery

When I moved back to Bacolod City, one of the persons I came to know was Jojo Vito, the man behind the Jojo Vito Designs Gallery, whom I met through the Negrense Blogging Society, Inc. (NBSI). Since I was away for two decades from my hometown, I have...
by First-time Travels on Sep 5, 2016

Duterte fell into a trap when he declared state of lawlessness

Is the declaration of a "state of lawlessness" another joke? Are we becoming a government of endless knee-jerk reactions? Is governance now such a trifling matter that a mere bombing of a city necessitates a declaration of putting the entire Philippi...
by New Philippine Revolution on Sep 4, 2016

New Dining Place in Bacolod: Tent Five

If Bacolod City is known for something, apart from Masskara Festival and the smiling people, it is its good food that can be enjoyed in many great dining places that dot the metropolis. A new foodie attraction is the Marketplace, located right beside...
by First-time Travels on Sep 3, 2016

Why the “Perpetual Student” Is Misguided (10 Steps to Expert)

There is a concept often thrown around in the FMA/SEAMA circles (mainly, seminar circles) that I must challenge. In the hopes of maintaining one’s appearance of humility, many claim to be “always a student” of the art. Some use this...
by Filipino Fighting Secrets on Sep 2, 2016

DOT Philippines Invades London’s Waterloo Station

Do you ever wonder how people as far back as those from the United Kingdom find their way to the Philippines for a holiday? Of course, there is the ever reliable Google that most tech savvy people turn to when looking up for specific information. But...
by Bisdak Travels on Sep 1, 2016

Festival : Talakudong Festival at Tacurong City

You might wonder on what is the meaning of TALAKUDONG? Talakudong term is a Maguindanaoan dialect which means a head covering used by early settlers in this part of the region. It sounds like "Turong" or "Pandong" in Cebuano dialect, that connot...

PAL Transferring Several Flights to Clark

  MANILA, Philippines – Philippine Airlines (PAL) is implementing changes in the schedule of some domestic flights beginning today as the carrier prepares to operate flights out of the Clark International Airport in Pampanga in support of gove...
by Texan in the Philippines on Sep 1, 2016

FALSE DECLARATIONS – Lying about your credentials can land you in jail

According to popular employment website Jobstreet.com, it is fairly common for job seekers to declare false information in their resumes. People routinely do that through [read more]...
by The Filipino Scribe on Aug 31, 2016

Higher oil tax encourages smuggling

Several groups have expressed concern about the proposal of the Department of Finance to impose higher excise taxes on oil and gas products, saying this could put undue burden on ordinary Filipinos and worse, encourage more smuggling.
by TaxWorldWeb on Aug 31, 2016

Seize Your Flavor at the Wingstop Flavor Invasion

 Wingstop's 14 flavors are here to take over your taste buds On a mission to serve flavor to the world, Wingstop is ready to invade your senses with their 14 unique flavors. Whether you enjoy a spicy heat, crave for that extra zing, or hunger...
by The Food Alphabet on Aug 31, 2016

Book Review: Last Stand on Bataan by Christopher L. Kolakowski

This is an academic book, the reader will be able to follow the battle each day and each step...
by Man of la Book - Book Reviews on Aug 31, 2016

Keep Swinging, pt II (How to Make Video Training Work)

If you are an FMA veteran, even if only a veteran student, you may walk away from today’s article feeling cheated. Please don’t, though. Because although much in today’s discussion is common sense and often-quoted advice, very littl...
by Filipino Fighting Secrets on Aug 30, 2016

Beijing must recognize international tribunal ruling on South China Sea: Philippines

Philippine Foreign Secretary Perfecto Yasay ©AFPThe Philippines has once again warned China about its refusal to accept the ruling by an international tribunal that dismisses Beijing’s territorial claims in the disputed South China Sea.Philippine...

A Trip To The North To Meet Jon

  No, I am not talking about Jon Snow. I am referring to my boyfriend, Jonathan. You know what sucks about a long distance relationship? The distance itself. In my case, we only get to see each other every July to celebrate his birthday. But eno...
by Stargazer Writes on Aug 29, 2016


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