November 17, 2019
Miss Japan 2019 to wear Filipino design in Miss Universe pageant
‘Get some rest, Dad. We will look at the financial statements for you’
The Chinese ‘invasion’—in the eyes of Pinoy condo and village dwellers
‘Terno’ meets ‘hanbok’ in Fil-Korean young designer’s fashion collection
Go bold with your beauty
Everyday apparel, elevated
How Asia Pacific is leading global beauty ‘Prejuvenation’ trend
Drag queen-owned beauty lines when you’re in desperate need of glitter
#SparklingSMallidays: Gift Sets for All Your Loved Ones
Protest graffiti fills Beirut’s posh downtown
Havana at 500: a city in four portraits
Art meets AI: computer-generated works set for New York sale
Join Santa & his elves at SM City Fairview’s Christmas Headquarters
Make unforgettable family moments this Christmas at SM Malls
SM kicks off Christmas nationwide with #SparklingSMallidays
How Habi makes a difference in the lives of Filipino weavers
UAAP Season 82 medals made of bullet shells from Marawi siege
THE AMAZON IS BURNING: Forest fires in Brazil surge as deforestation accelerates
Taylor Swift-label feud underscores tensions over music ownership
New York, United States | AFP | Saturday 11/16/2019 – 08:21 UTC+8 By: Maggy Donaldson Unleash the Swifties: Taylor Swift has tapped…
ClassiKids: Empowering Students and Teachers Through Art
“Art—which I think is at its core any act of creative expression—can take on so many different forms,” says ClassiKids Visual…
Devastated Venice braced for third major flood
Venice, Italy | AFP | Saturday 11/17/2019 – 04:22 UTC+8 By: Filippo Monteforte with Charles Onians in Rome Venice was braced Saturday…
Brands that add sophistication to your life
The most wonderful things in life come from people who dared to dream big. They may have started out as ordinary persons…
Katy Perry plans record-breaking show at women’s T20 final
Sydney, Australia | AFP | Tuesday 11/13/2019 – 06:46 UTC+8 American popstar Katy Perry announced Wednesday she will be performing at the…
Baguio artist’s mural goes on display at DepEd central office
Baguio artist Angelo Aurelio’s mural of the country’s heroes goes on display at the DepEd Central Office in Pasig City from June 24 to July 7.
Arts and Books
Free tuition: Will it really benefit poor students?
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Homeschooling: DIY learning works
In the Mendoza household, learning knows no age and boundaries.
Home and Entertaining
Educators, planners feted by top insurance firm
Championing hard work and discipline, Fortune Life gave out this year’s edition of the Ambassador Antonio Cabangon Chua Gintong Parangal para sa Edukasyon.
Home and Entertaining
Gay icon Ricky Reyes offers help, sees beauty, hope in K-12
The Department of Education (DepEd) has found an unlikely ally in the full implementation of its K-12 program. He’s no esteemed academic with a string of doctorate degrees, but a self-made businessman, leading hairdresser and gay icon with a big heart.
DepEd, Philpost urge students: Write letters
To bring back the lost art of letter-writing in this age of instant messaging and 140-character limits, the Department of Education (DepEd) has teamed up with the Philippine Postal Corp. (Philpost) to sponsor the 2nd National Letter Writing Day on Oct. 9 as part of World Post Day activities.
Relearning the art of letter writing and using ‘snail mail’
To try to bring back the forgotten art of letter writing in the age of email and 140-character limitations of Twitter, the Department of Education is urging high school students to take part in World Post Day activities.
Writers, scholars protest DepEd’s downgrading of literature curriculum
Writers and literature educators are protesting the decision of Department of Education (DepEd) functionaries to drastically downscale the literature and humanities in the new “K to 12” program, which is supposed to add two years to basic education so as to better prepare Filipinos for higher education.
Arts and Books
‘At your Serbis, Elmar Ingles’
“Elmar, look where we are now,” exclaimed Celeste Legaspi onstage when she received her Philstage Natatanging Gawad Buhay! for Lifetime Achievement a few years back. Celeste singled out the Philstage executive director who, aside from overseeing the awards night at the CCP Little Theater, had also convinced a number of reviewers of national dailies and arts professors from different universities to band together to watch and judge the year-round shows of the professional performance groups comprising Philstage.
Photos & Videos
Let children have fun through power of play
Children who don’t play outdoors regularly may have a hard time socializing with peers as they get older, according to experts.
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