January 24, 2020
Feng shui advice: Leave noodles uncut during Lunar New Year
Timeless Elegance in the Philippines’ Most Distinguished Home Kitchens
Chefs to watch out for in 2020
On her 100th birth year, Salvacion Lim Higgins’ legacy lives on
What drives Ben Chan’s commitment to the terno?
The terno, the Gen Z way
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
Sudan vets launch campaign to save park’s malnourished lions
Khartoum, Sudan | AFP | Thursday 1/23/2020 – 20:04 Sudanese vets scrambled to save four surviving captive lions of five that were…
Rahul Mishra and Imane Ayissi make history at Paris Haute Couture Week
Paris, France | AFP | Thursday 1/23/2020 – 19:38 UTC+8 By: Fiachra Gibbons Rahul Mishra and Imane Ayissi will make history Thursday…
Beauty tips to help save the environment
In my column last Jan. 17 (“Sustainability is the new luxury”), I suggested some sustainable clothing options and websites. Now I’ve also…
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…
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…
Unesco World Heritage
Quakes may have dented Batanes’ campaign for Unesco World Heritage listing
Still reeling from three moderate but destructive earthquakes which struck in just a day, the island-province of Batanes is definitely going to bounce back, rebuilding both lives and structures damaged by the tremors.
Arts and Books
Jamaica seeks world heritage status for reggae
Jamaica is bidding to have reggae music admitted to a list of global cultural treasures worthy of protection.
China-funded bridge risks Unesco World Heritage status of San Agustin church, 3 others
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (Unesco) has warned that San Agustin Church and three other Baroque churches around the Philippines may be delisted from the prestigious World Heritage List as a result of the construction of the controversial Binondo-Intramuros Bridge across the Pasig River in Manila.
Arts and Books
Beer-mad Belgium moves to save historic drinking dens
Belgians are famous for taking their beer seriously, but authorities are now moving to preserve some of the historic cafes...
Salt of the Alps: Ancient Austrian mine holds Bronze Age secrets
All mines need regular reinforcement against collapse, and Hallstatt, the world’s oldest salt mine perched in the Austrian Alps, is...
Colombian peace allows cultural jewels to re-emerge
Deep inside the lush green and humid Amazonia jungle, a sinewing path stops abruptly in front of a giant rock...
Australia offers cash for Great Barrier Reef rescue ideas
Australia is calling on the world’s top scientific minds to help save the Great Barrier Reef, offering hundreds of thousands...
Macron wants French baguette to get UNESCO heritage status
The baguette is a part of daily life in France and has a long history.
Architecture tours around the world launched by US architects group
Are you the type of traveler who can rhyme off the era and style of the buildings you see? Who makes a...
Arts and Books
Vigan, city of beauty –and how it survived the war
As we Filipinos go about our daily lives, we are often blissfully unaware that the streets we navigate had been the sites of massive devastation about seven decades ago, during the Second World War.
Photos & Videos
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