The Sunday Times Magazine

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Filipinos are known to love company – whether with family, relatives or friends. Almost always, alcohol is a staple at gatherings, be it beer or other liquors, to make the party more fun and the pulutan, or bar chow, more delicious. For hardworking millennials who spend hours in the office…

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Koreans number among the highest group of foreign nationals residing in the Philippines. They are everywhere – tourist spots, schools, call centers, and even on television. Filipinos being the top patron of Hallyu or Korean pop culture outside of its country of origin, and the most passionate beauty pageant fans…

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Since the Cathay Pacific Group (CPG) started serving the Philippines in 1946 on its inaugural year of operations, it had expanded its services to Cebu and Clark from its main destination which is Manila. Starting October 28, CPG will have a four-times-weekly service to Davao City, making it the fourth…

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As the national flag carrier of the Philippines and Asia’s first and longest-serving airline under its original name since its foundation in 1941, Philippine Airlines (PAL) now has the largest network in the country with over 100 destinations across four continents spanning Asia including the Middle East, Australia and Oceania,…

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Tracy Dizon is one of few Filipinos making a difference in the fashion industry abroad. Her designs continue to make waves both locally and abroad. Known to be a quirky streetwear designer and milliner, Tracy’s designs have been seen on Fashion Week Brooklyn and have been appreciated in Japan, Europe,…

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Five top visual artists joined World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Philippines as art ambassadors to support its biodiversity conservation efforts. For their very first project, National Artist Benedicto “BenCab” Cabrera and sculptors Elmer Borlongan, Geraldine Javier, Mark Justiniani and José Santos 3rd created limited-edition pieces, inspired by the organization’s…

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(Disclaimer: This narrative is a creative interpretation of real-life events, and thus contains fictional elements and other embellishments. No disrespect or harm is intended.) (Author’s note: Apologies to Sen. Leila de Lima, but her now-famous utterance best fits this story, though in her case it showed her sheer courage in…

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