May 26, 2020
Hong Kong Cardinal Joseph Zen: Pandemic shows China is ‘a dangerous monster’
PH bookstores reopen—with precautions
Quarantine extension: ‘It should be the last’
Miss Universe PH moved to October
Not your everyday masks: Fashion designers add style to face masks
DISCOVER: 6 easy (and relaxing) ways to get creative
How to be a responsible beauty crystal owner
BEAUTY CHECK: Do you need to wear sunblock indoors?
BEAUTY CHECK: How stress stirs up zits
Quarantine Reading: 5 tips on how to navigate ‘One Hundred Years of Solitude’
DISCOVER: Puzzles featuring the works of female artists
Creativity in Lockdown: A quarantine diary by photographer Paolo Crodua
Pronti, Partenza, Via!
‘Pasko sa Palacio’ highlights an old-fashioned way of celebrating Christmas
Smart inspires aspiring content creators nationwide with “Smart Play: Vlogger Camp”
To cut or not to cut? In US, quarantine slows everything but hair growth
WATCH: Modern-day heroes who make our days much brighter
Queen Elizabeth II says collective effort will defeat COVID-19
Starck designs and other functional pieces are highlights of León’s online auction
The “new normal” in the art and design auction market as a result of the new coronavirus disease pandemic means that bidders will…
Phantom lock picker of Paris parks becomes folk hero
Paris, France | AFP | Friday 5/22/2020 – 23:04 UTC+8 | 411 words by Fiachra GIBBONS A mysterious figure who picks the locks of Paris parks at night for people…
Stylist Melville Sy on how to dress for that video conference
After I got a photographer’s take on how to look good during a video call, I got asked to write about what one…
Why my senior high school class is special
What was supposed to be the culmination of all our labor, our graduation ceremony, is facing an uncertain future. The commencement exercises should…
Emerson Yao rediscovers painting
(23rd in a series) The never-ending quarantine has brought back leading retailer Emerson Yao to a childhood interest—painting. But just as interesting, it…
Pilgrimage, a city of sunshine and gardens: What Nagasaki today offers
It’s a story of true, persistent faith. In 1865, after years of closure to the outside world, during which Japanese Christians (originally known as “kirishitan”) were persecuted and killed, Japan started reopening itself again.
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More heavenly food in Nagasaki
Japan has become my favorite international destination because it is clean, the people are kind and courteous, shopping is better than Hong Kong or Manila, and the food is outstanding. The misconception that Japan is too expensive to visit is no longer true.
Big–and full–in Japan
I first went to Japan in my early teens. There wasn’t much I could remember, except the crisscrossing roads seen from the plane’s window, and Japanese steak cooked in volcanic rocks.
How I finally went to hear Mass again–in, of all places, Japan
I stopped going to church last year for no profound reason but sheer sloth. But, breaking the habit, I finally went to hear Mass again in, of all places, Japan.
Nagasaki: Why San Lorenzo Ruiz is revered like a rock star
It was astounding to hear that the first Filipino saint, Lorenzo Ruiz, is revered like a rock star in Japan,...
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Dancing, boat-cruising and rediscovering the ‘Little Rome’ that is Nagasaki
It was a sultry summer evening in Omura, a city in Nagasaki, Japan, yet there we were, dressed for the...
Nagasaki, Fukuoka: Vibrant, nostalgic and scenic
Japan is on a roll—achieving its target of having 10 million tourists recently, after relaxing its visa regulations for Southeast Asian countries.
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