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A USAID-funded project provides high school graduates aged 18 to 24 with work-based skills training.
Jobellyn Barbasa serves as chef de cuisine, the highest position in the kitchen of Escolta at the Peninsula Manila. Barbasa joined the culinary industry in 2012, and quickly rose through the ranks.“When I started at Escolta Restaurant, it was very difficult because I have colleagues ...
 
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The National Language is stricken from the college curriculum.
In an incredible twist of irony during National Heritage Month, the Supreme Court of the Philippines on Sunday, May 26, 2019, upheld a decision it made in October 2018 declaring Filipino and Panitikan (Literature) as non-core subjects in college, meaning they are ...
 
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It's part of Pixar's series of "indie" shorts.
Just a few days after Darren Criss’ win at the Golden Globes, Hollywood took another step forward in recognizing its Filipino-American artists. This time, it’s courtesy of one of the largest animation studios in the world.Earlier this month, Pixar launched SparkShorts, a ...
 
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Our identity as a nation is continuously evolving, and it needs continuing discussion. Esquire Philippines presents a collection of essays offering different perspectives on the necessarily nuanced and complex question of Being Filipino.
We are a country made up of 7,641 islands, with almost 105 million people speaking 183 living languages. And yet it seems we haven't thought enough about what it means to be Filipino.It's been over 70 years since Carlos P. Romulo wrote ...
 
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The Philippines and America have a 425-year history.
On October 18, 1587, 33 years before the Pilgrims arrived at Plymouth Rock, the first documented Filipinos arrived in what is now considered Morro Bay, California.The Filipino men, or Indios Luzones as they were referred to at that time, crewed the Nuestra ...
 
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Could Kyxz Mendiola's Koncepto Millenya be the future of transportation?
As a kid, you probably dreamt of flying—maybe as a caped superhero or using a futuristic vehicle built only in your mind. And like every lad out there, you must have somehow fulfilled that dream by playing games and using your imagination. ...
 
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The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel star Marin Hinkle was a vision in violet.
You would never guess that this was fashion stylist Micah Schifman's first time working with The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel star Marin Hinkle: their energy makes it seem like they've known each other forever. Schifman, who's worked with A-list celebrities like Diane Kruger and Sarah Silverman, shared ...
 
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The young Philippine Science High School alumna introduces technology that might just be the future for all energy-saving air conditioners.
With electricity consumption up four percent in the last year and monthly bills soaring higher and higher, there have been growing concerns about energy conservation in the Philippines.With that concern in mind, Maria Yzabell Angel V. Palma, a De La Salle University ...
 
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The 10-year-old wins a total of seven medals at Far Western International Age Group Championships.
Clark Kent Apuada, known to his friends as "Superman," has beaten Michael Phelps' 23-year swimming record by a second at the 2018 Long Course Meters Far Western International Age Group Championships in California.The 28-time Olympic medalist set his record in 1995 finishing ...
 
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Her desire to stop children from dying from the most common yet preventable diseases led to a lifelong commitment to pediatrics.
Dr. Fe del Mundo is more than just the woman a hospital in Banawe, Quezon City is named after. Her role in improving the medical incubator, despite being one of her most noteworthy achievements, is only the tip of the iceberg of ...
 
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Geraldine Acuña-Sunshine graduated cum laude from the prestigious Ivy League university.
A Filipina Harvard alumnus, Geraldine Acuña-Sunshine, has been elected to Harvard University’s Board of Overseers. The Harvard alum will serve a six-year term, and will work with other members of the board to maintain the university’s standards as a place of learning.Right ...
 
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Christopher Remkes' story is a source of inspiration for us all.
Christopher Remkes won the gold for men’s vault at the 2018 Commonwealth Games. The Filipino native made history by scoring 14.766 and 14.866, ending a 24-year dry spell for Australia.A post shared by Chris Remkes (@chrisremkes1) on Mar 18, 2018 at 12:35am ...
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