Expecting the ‘dirtiest and most vicious’ PH elections yet, social media remains a battleground for 2022

Less than 6 months away to the official National Election period, buzz around the net shows mixed insights and discourse among the Filipino electorate.

Pisay student wins NY Times’ STEM writing contest

A Grade 11 student at the Philippine Science High School – Main Campus emerges as one of the top 11 winners of The Learning Network’s second annual STEM Writing Contest organized by The New York Times.

LISTEN: Anonimo Podcast

Anonimo (Anonymous) is SubSelfie’s latest and second podcast series that aims to provide hope through the stories of 10 young Filipinos making their mark to change the world.

Bartolina

Sinong mag-aakalang hahantong tayo sa pagkakataong ang kahulugan ng bawat araw ay batay sa rami ng nangamatay at nangabuhay at ng mga nasa pagitan nito?

Pamana ng mga Lola

Sa isang exhibit sa Ateneo De Manila University sa Quezon City, malinaw ang panawagan ng mga Lola sa mga Pilipinong kabataan—mga itinuturing na nilang mga apo—na muling buhayin ang tila nalimot at nabaon na ngunit wala pa ring resolusyong usapin sa Comfort Women.

The Modern Slaves of Hong Kong

A SubSelfie.com Exclusive Habang abala ang marami sa pag-ungkat sa buhay ni Lola Eudocia at kung paano siya inalipin nang ilang dekada ng kapwa Pilipino, libu-libong kasambahay naman ang kasalukuyang nakararanas ng hindi patas at hindi makataong pagtrato sa Hong Kong. Marami sa mga tinaguriang domestic helpers (DH) na mga Pilipino at iba pang migranteng domestic…

#Taiwanderlust: Discovering the Underrated Asian Dragon

It’s only been half a year since Taiwan has opened up and relaxed its visa rules for its Asia Pacific neighbors, and already we’re seeing a surge in tourists arrivals in Taipei. In 2016 alone, there was a 25% spike in the number of Filipinos who visited this island-nation barely the size of Luzon. These were 172,475…

Ora Prono Bis

The commemoration of the Passion of the Christ is an opportune time to pause for a while and reflect on all that has been and all that will be. And while a very few blessed kababayan can afford to travel either to the Sistine Chapel in the Holy See or the Holy Land in Jerusalem, you…

8 Things I Learned in Kansai

Here are a few things worth noting when visiting what is dubbed to be the cultural and historical heart of Japan that is the Kansai region.

USA-PHL: Love and Hate

Let me try to make sense for my millennial counterparts another weeklong rollercoaster ride for the foreign relations of the Philippines courtesy of no less than our unorthodox President Rodrigo Duterte. Super Typhoon Lawin wrought havoc in Northern Luzon, but this was the most surprising news of the week: Duterte announced in a highly anticipated…