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Aussie aid to PH typhoon response reaches P35-M

MANILA – The Australian government's assistance since the devastating Super Typhoon Rolly and Typhoon Ulysses hit the Philippines reached PHP35 million, Australian Ambassador...

Joe Biden wins the election, and now has to fight the one thing Americans agree on: the nation’s deep division

By Jared Mondschein, University of Sydney A timeless tradition in political journalism is trying to find a narrative that...

US election 2020: live count of the race to the White House and state-by-state breakdown of Senate races

By Justin Bergman, The Conversation and Wes Mountain, The Conversation The US has already seen record early voting in...

Poor Filipino fishermen are making millions protecting whale sharks

Whale sharks at Oslob are now part of a new ecotourism industry. ...

Annual festivals in the Philippines

JANUARY Binalbal Festival Tudela, Misamis Occidental The BINALBAL FESTIVAL is an annual celebration held...

Filipino words now in Oxford English Dictionary

Since the 70s up to the present time, there were a total of 60 Filipino words added to the Oxford English Dictionary...

Filipino food is ‘bland’ and the ‘worst in the region’

If you want to pick a fight with Filipinos, try criticizing them about their food. Take for instance Tom Pepinsky’s tweet placing...

Filipino street food features on new Netflix show

Netflix’s new show ‘Street Food: Asia’ which debuted on April 26, 2019 ventures into the street food culture and what goes on...

How much evidence is enough to declare a new species of human from a Philippines cave site?

Darren Curnoe, UNSW The announcement of a new species of ancient human (more correctly hominin) from the Philippines, reported...

Why boycotts against Brunei’s new anti-gay laws won’t be effective, but regional pressure might

Paula Gerber, Monash University The sultan of Brunei has been on the throne for 52 years, making him the...

How Quezon City became biggest local government in Metro Manila

By Severino Samonte MANILA -- If you are from the provinces but now live anywhere in Metro Manila, you may have been wondering why Quezon...

Reading in the eyes of Global Teacher Prize finalist

By Ma. Teresa Montemayor  MANILA -- The sun shines its brightest, his floating school glides smoothly over the river as he puts right mispronunciations in...

Aussie aid to PH typhoon response reaches P35-M

MANILA – The Australian government's assistance since the devastating Super Typhoon Rolly and Typhoon Ulysses hit the Philippines reached PHP35 million, Australian Ambassador...

Joe Biden wins the election, and now has to fight the one thing Americans agree on: the nation’s deep division

By Jared Mondschein, University of Sydney A timeless tradition in political journalism is trying to find a narrative that...

US election 2020: live count of the race to the White House and state-by-state breakdown of Senate races

By Justin Bergman, The Conversation and Wes Mountain, The Conversation The US has already seen record early voting in...

Donald Trump has COVID-19. How might this affect his chances of re-election?

By Timothy J. Lynch, University of Melbourne With just a month left until the November 3 US presidential election,...

The first US presidential debate was pure chaos. Here’s what our experts thought

By Timothy J. Lynch, University of Melbourne; Jared Mondschein, University of Sydney, and Sarah John, Flinders University After nearly...