January 23, 2020
Why you should check out Intramuros now
How to handle the JaDine breakup blues
18th-century drawings show fury of Taal
Fashion legend Jean-Paul Gaultier bows out in style
Filipinos’ love of artisanal crafts continues in 2020
Pop-up shops are the way to go
Moist Diane offers the highest quality ingredients for a smooth and healthy hair
Holiday glam ideas from Pia Wurtzbach, Maris Racal, and Maine Mendoza
Shopping List: What you need to rule 2020 and where to find them
Fellini’s birthplace Rimini marks centenary of maestro’s birth
Indonesia’s ‘mosque hunters’ count them up one at a time
Remembering John Baldessari, the most important artist of the’60s
‘Pasko sa Palacio’ highlights an old-fashioned way of celebrating Christmas
Smart inspires aspiring content creators nationwide with “Smart Play: Vlogger Camp”
A cooking competition that aims to make recipes and stories to life-long legacies
He, she, they: Americans and the choice of gender pronoun
How Habi makes a difference in the lives of Filipino weavers
UAAP Season 82 medals made of bullet shells from Marawi siege
How US artist Judy Chicago rocked Paris fashion aged 80
Paris, France | AFP | Monday 1/21/2020 – 04:00 UTC+8 By: Fiachra Gibbons American artist Judy Chicago had a glint in her…
Breaking down Harry and Meghan’s bid for ‘financial independence’
Following their newly-forged agreement with Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Harry and Meghan hope their departure from the royal family will give them “financial…
The best-dressed guests at Dior’s Haute Couture show
Just like that, it’s Couture Fashion Week again! As we ogle at the creations on models sauntering down the runway, we also can’t…
Sustainability is the new luxury
I often tell friends and colleagues that I’m trying my best to live a bit more sustainably. I’m far from perfect, but…
Indian bakers make world’s ‘longest’ cake
Thrissur, India | AFP | Thursday 1/16/2020 – 09:05 UTC+8 It was a record-baking effort. Hundreds of bakers and chefs in southern…
You say ‘lady’ I say ‘feudal slave’ – Korea’s language divide
North and South Korea have never found dialogue easy, but academics from both sides currently meeting in Pyongyang are trying to steer things in the right direction by at least getting them to speak the same language.
A week on the road in North Korea
The Kaema Plateau, the "Roof of Korea," is a stunning, forest-covered highland nestled in such treacherous mountains that it was never taken by the Allies during the Korean War. It's now a truck stop.
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Pyongyang races to complete new airport in hopes of attracting tourists
Pyongyang isn't exactly an international travel hub. But attracting more tourists is one of North Korea's top agenda items, so thousands of soldier-builders are working feverishly these days to give the capital a fancy new airport.
Families still separated 60 years after Korean War
Hong Jong Soon gazes out her window for hours each day, past a small garden where sesame and red peppers grow, past an iron gate and low wall, hoping to witness the return of a man she hasn't seen or talked to in 63 years.
Pyongyang glitters, but rest of NKorea still dark
The heart of this city, once famous for its Dickensian darkness, now pulsates with neon.
On war–and raising our children
I don’t know about you, but I am a bit nervous about the flexing of muscles and threatening posture of North Korea. Is it just I, or are you worried too? Do you lose sleep over the almost casual way media carries the news? I do.
North Korea’s ‘Hotel of Doom’ to open after long delays—reports
An enormous pyramid-shaped hotel which has stood half-built for decades in North Korea's capital is on track to open its doors next year, a luxury international hotel chain said according to reports Friday.
Coca-Cola available but expensive in N. Korea, defectors say
Coca-Cola has been availabe at private markets in North Korea for more than a decade even if the US soft drink maker has not opened business in the communist state, defectors from the North said Saturday.
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Discovering North Korea by train
To get to North Korea, one can make the rare journey by taking a plane from Beijing to Pyongyang. But for those who have the opportunity, the train offers a unique glimpse of the most closed country in the world.
North Korea ‘welcomes’ foreign tourists
North Korea attempted on Sunday to lure foreign tourists to the hermit country to help celebrate a major anniversary, pledging to make "every possible sincere efforts" to show visitors a good time.
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