Shop komiks, tattoos and more at this year’s online Habi Fair

From fashion, accessories, and home goods to pop culture collectibles, here are a few things to look forward to at this year’s fair

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We tried getting our tarot cards read. Here’s how it went

People have a lot of preconceived notions about tarot card reading. But what is it *actually* like to get your cards read?

LOOK: Barong and Filipiniana denim jackets to be added to Levi’s archives

The historied American denim brand tapped its Asian American staffers, designers, and community leaders to reimagine one of its iconic silhouettes for Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage month

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The ballet is online, and so are these ballet masterclasses

Aside from stunning performances and homages to Philippine culture and Mother Earth, the prestigious ballet institution will host masterclasses from renowned experts

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You can travel the Philippines virtually through this interactive 8-bit tour

Ayala Museum’s “Where is the Filipino?” tour runs online until May 30

Local theater fans, rejoice! ‘Rak of Aegis’ will *finally* stream online

Now you don’t have to worry about holding yourself back from singing songs like “Basang-basa sa Ulan” and “Sinta”

LOOK: These vintage photos of Greenbelt park will have you racing to your old albums

It was the era of disco music and hairspray—and the Greenbelt block was actually a bonafide green space

Sinigang, tawilis, turon: Learn these essential Pinoy recipes inspired by Filipino food paintings

For Filipino Food Month, UP Vargas Museum takes inspiration from the paintings by masters such as Amorsolo in its permanent collection

Vigan’s Calle Crisologo’s new colorful street lights: Sight to behold or eyesore? You decide

Did Vigan violate its own ordinance on preserving the integrity of its famed Calle Crisologo by adding these questionable street lights?

For this local resortwear brand, artisans’ handiwork come first

“It always starts with the groups. We really take into consideration their traditions and their crafts and we work from there,” says Idyllic Summers founder Steffi Cua