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She suffered from a life-threatening hemorrhage after filming the first season.
A few weeks ahead of the release of the hit television series Game of Thrones, Hollywood actress Emilia Clarke penned a poignant essay for The New Yorker, detailing how she suffered two aneurysms while filming the HBO show. The article entitled “A ...
 
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Even if it isn't summer here, "it's always summer somewhere," says Lilly Pulitzer.
Golden rays of sunshine, a slew of planned beach trips, and the rising temperatures are indications that summertime is upon us once more. The season is a favorite of many, not just for its external characteristics but for the warm and happy ...
 
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The lifelong advocate of gender equality was also a National Scientist and an eminent historian.
On September 15, 1935, President Manuel L. Quezon finally signed into law the legislation granting Filipino women the right to vote. Eighteen years earlier in 1919, a 24-year-old woman argued in an article for the Philippine Review that if women are to be respected, ...
 
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The tycoon reveals his funny side during a talk with the photographer.
Jaime Zobel de Ayala is many things we already know—a philanthropist, an art enthusiast, and chairman of Ayala Corporation. But one casual evening at the Manila House revealed another side to the business tycoon: He is also a funnyman. Zobel de Ayala was ...
 
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Fonda joins Chiara Ferragni, Delfina Blaquier, Emma Weymouth, and more as part of Pomellato's Sisterhood Initiative.
In celebration of International Women's Day, jewelry house Pomellato has partnered with Jane Fonda, Chiara Ferragni, Delfina Blaquier, Emma Weymouth, and others on a video and digital campaign of empowerment and sisterhood. Pomellato CEO Sabina Belli also appears in the video, the brand's second ...
 
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A tribute to the late Melito Salazar, Jr., former chairman and president of the Chamber of Commerce, by his daughter Maileen Salazar.
I was sitting in a darkened auditorium recently, on another school visit that New York City parents inflict upon themselves in their driven quest to survey the crowded landscape of schools to find the best one for their golden children, quasi-listening to ...
 
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"When women miss out on careers, education or opportunities because of the system that they live in, we all suffer."
To commemorate International Women's Day on March 8, Meghan Markle participated in a panel on feminism and women's empowerment organized by the Queen's Commonwealth Trust. There, she offered more than a few quotable insights.The Duchess was joined by five other luminaries to discuss women's ...
 
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Filipino-born Canadian actor Manny Jacinto takes us through his long and patient journey to Hollywood.
Can a name sound any more Filipino than Manny Jacinto? When the credits of hit comedy NBC series The Good Place revealed the name behind the show’s “Jason Mendoza,” a lead character who wears a barong-inspired outfit in the first few episodes ...
 
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The Duchess of Cornwall hosted a reception in her home in honor of the Women of the World (WOW) Festival.
The Duchess of Cornwall shared inspiration for female empowerment today as she hosted a reception to celebrate women and girls. Camilla was joined by around 100 guests at her London home of Clarence House in honor of the Women of the World ...
 
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"If they think your dreams are crazy, show them what crazy dreams can do."
Nike's women's month campaign for 2019, titled Dream Crazier, is all about reclaiming the word crazy. The inspiring ad, unveiled at the Oscars and narrated by famed tennis player Serena Williams, honors female athletes by showcasing a number of groundbreaking achievements made by ...
 
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After seeing the world, this genuine "super-hyphenate" has settled down and built a family.
Once upon a time, in a land far, far away...These are the magical words that first waken young minds to an idea of a world outside their own.  Perhaps it’s the exaggeration of distance that ignites the imagination or maybe it is ...
 
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Arts education, development, and appreciation have been three of the central points of Dindin’s career, a course that came naturally to her.
For the past 25 years, Dindin Araneta has built a career around the arts. After internships at the Smithsonian, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, and at Guggenheim Museum, she etched her place in the Philippine art industry through ...
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