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Timely election reminder: Stop blaming ‘bobotantes.’ Experts explain why in this webinar

Wait, do “bobotantes” or the so-called “uneducated” and “irrational” voters really exist? A UP webinar answers this and other questions surrounding people’s right to vote

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DepEd to stop ‘online kopyahan’ with PNP, parents, and more work for teachers?

Online cheating, the education department said, has been a problem even before the pandemic. Now, it says it is exhausting all means to combat it, some at the expense of teachers

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This free film fest shows how Southeast Asia is coping with these unsettling times

The chosen films at the Tingin ASEAN Film Festival explore individual and community remedies to the restlessness brought on by the pandemic

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DepEd to stop ‘online kopyahan’ with PNP, parents, and more work for teachers?

Online cheating, the education department said, has been a problem even before the pandemic. Now, it says it is exhausting all means to combat it, some at the expense of teachers

Tingin Asean Film Festival - Ethereal Creature
This free film fest shows how Southeast Asia is coping with these unsettling times

The chosen films at the Tingin ASEAN Film Festival explore individual and community remedies to the restlessness brought on by the pandemic

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‘Malakas at Maganda’ as propaganda: Deceitful art during Martial Law

This is how the Marcoses used myth for deceit

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These cute laptop stands printed with native flowering trees are a WFH need

Artist Cynthia Bauzon-Arre’s flora illustrations are now on these multi-purpose acrylic risers that might just be what your workspace needs

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Martial law misinformation is everywhere. Scholars and human rights activists want to correct that

The University of the Philippines’s week-long virtual commemoration “Days of Remembrance” will dispel myths like Marcos’s alleged heroism and the “economic golden age” under martial law through discussions and conversations

Dye your dull-looking clothes at home using these pantry items

Whether you’re working with vegetables, spices, or even coffee grounds, there are plenty of ways to cook up some vibrant colors

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Cook these Japanese dishes quick and easy with an air fryer

Yes, you’ll still get the same crunch and flavor for your karaage and yaki onigiri

Can I eat this? A guide to navigating moldy food

We’ve all been surprised by a colony of green fuzz growing on the side of our sliced bread, but is it safe to eat? We have the answers

EDITOR’S PICKS
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Don’t throw away online shopping plastic bags. This service collects and recycles them for you

While we *slowly* try to get rid of plastic in packaging, this collection service recycles what plastic waste so they don’t end up in landfills

a medical worker injects a woman with covid-19 vaccine in novaliches quezon city

If it makes you feel any better, only 0.0013% of fully vaxxed Filipinos got COVID

As the first case of the supposedly vaccine-resistant Lambda variant is recorded in the country, here’s a reminder that being (fully) vaccinated against COVID-19 still works

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‘Romantic love isn’t everything’ and other things we need to teach our kids

Romance and marriage aren’t the exact same thing as love—which is an important lesson we need to teach our kids

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LIST: Register to vote at these mall satellite voting centers

Registering to vote just got easier, thanks to these satellite voter’s registration mall sites

OPINION: Nas Daily, Whang-Od, and the *actual* issue of cultural exploitation

The saga of Nas Daily, Apo Whang-Od, and the drama that followed can’t fit in a minute. It’s also a smokescreen for the real underlying issue: cultural exploitation

VIDEOS

5 Chinese restaurants in Banawe, QC

Along Banawe in Quezon City, there are many restaurants that are institutions in themselves, serving Chinese and Filipino diners alike for years, if not decades. But at the same time, there are newcomers that may not be as steeped in tradition but just as enjoyable if not better.