Christian San Jose

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Cannes big winner ‘Triangle of Sadness’ starring Filipina actress Dolly de Leon to screen in PH soon

The international trailer for the Palme d’Or-winning film by Ruben Östlund just dropped. Pretty soon you can watch the full film here, too

Did you know that LRT-1 was designed to have bookstores, galleries, and cafes underneath it?

Its architect, the late National Artist for Architecture and Allied Arts Arch. Francisco “Bobby” Mañosa, pushed for public spaces and “pedestrianization” under its railways

What to see at and where to watch the 2022 Cinemalaya film fest

The independent film festival is back and in person, too, from Aug. 5 to Oct. 31

What to do in Intramuros: Ride a bike or go museum hopping—drinking optional

Other than history, Intramuros has plenty to offer: traditional Filipino arts, alternative mobility, and even a shot from the oldest distillery in the country

A minimalist little home in the beach town of San Juan, La Union

Much like its sibling space, Burt Little Home is replete with natural wood finishes and functional features, plus small motivations to get you into a low-impact lifestyle

You can play sipa and tumbang preso with this student-made 2D game

“One Last Game” by Ateneo de Naga University’s Paulo Arnante follows a protagonist who plays one last game with his friends and neighbors before moving to the city

Are there ghosts in Intramuros? Find out for yourself at this night walking tour

Intramuros After Dark: Night Walking Tours is back! See the walled city in a new light—or in darkness—while taking a stroll around its structures

corn carrot soup on a bowl and a side of pita chips
Creamy corn, carrot, and coconut milk soup to brighten up your rainy days

It’s golden and will surely warm you up like the sun—and it’s beginner-friendly, too

aerial view of intramuros
Did you know you can hold events at Intramuros sites for free? But only if…

Sites like Puerta Real Gardens, Baluarte de San Diego, Plaza Roma, and ASEAN Gardens can be the location of your next event, exhibit, or activity

employee of marikina cemo empties a bottle of used oil into a barrel for collection
LOOK: In Marikina, used cooking oil is collected and recycled to make blocks

The local government has been collecting used oil from households since 2008 instead of letting it clog waterways that can lead to flooding