When the longest-running US reality TV series “Survivor” filmed its 25th and 26th seasons in the Philippines in 2012, the production company called for Filipino chefs to help the
Adventure seekers can test their mettle in a new extreme “Survivor”-type travel package that drops participants off in remote corners of the earth, and challenges them to find their way out.
A former contestant of the CBS TV show “Survivor” has been sentenced to at least a year in prison for possessing child pornography.
While many young women from privileged families would grace society magazines that depict their glamorous lifestyles and careers, Ma. Michelle “Mia” G. Tengco has been roughing it up in Leyte,