BTS is home. BTS feels like a long and tight hug after a dreadful day.
Handloom weaving in communities contributes to women empowerment, cultural expression, and sustainable development.
We hand-picked series to binge-watch that fall into sci-fi, fantasy and mystery.
IKLI festival provides production grants to all qualified Filipino filmmakers and content creators.
Dahil bigo ang gobyernong maayos na lutasin ang pandemya, higit na mas madali para sa ating makaugnay sa kinathang daigdig na ito kung saan malaya pa rin tayong nakakagalaw.
The 160-hour course will cater to practicing Filipino nurses in the local public health system and consist of both online and face-to-face sessions.
Cultural Appropriation isn’t often talked about, yet it seems to affect the majority of indigenous people living in this country.
What great irony it is for the Imperial Japanese invaders to call the defeat of the Philippine and the American Army as “Araw ng Kagitingan.”
Dahil sa kanilang stereo at casette collection, naging bahagi na buhay ng isang pop culture scholar sina Sharon, Regine at Zsa Zsa mula noon hanggang ngayon
We uphold the #Filipina—never timid, always compassionate, fiercely loving and imbued with lofty vision and strength.
Conferring the ‘hero’ status to a dictator who was clearly responsible for much of the country’s economic woes, corruption in government bureaucracy and perpetrator of human rights violations–it boggles the mind.
As the year 1972 ended for the Philippines, things that have been set into motion by President Ferdinand Marcos since his first term began in 1965 was coming into fruition.
Up to the smallest of details, Marcos planned out his decades of dictatorship meticulously, including making sham of the 1935 and 1973 Constitutions.
September 23, 1972, Midnight. It began at night, as all crimes are done. That is, Philippine democracy died in the cover of darkness. As the entire country slept soundly, President Ferdinand Marcos had sent out the military to round up the media, the opposition statesmen, activist leaders, writers, artists, all of whom have expressed a…
President Ferdinand Marcos, ever the paranoid leader, never revealed his plans for Martial Law to his close associates, except to a selected few, many of whom were within his inner circle of advisers.
We got it all wrong. Martial Law was not implemented on September 21 but was actually delayed to the following day.
In 1972, Metro Manila was rocked by intensified bombings blamed on the insurgency—the perfect excuse for Marcos to justify a nationwide Martial Law.
Unknown to many, the Martial Law documents were already prepared as early as 1971 and a series of bombings in Metro Manila that year was just the beginning of terror.
Red-tagging. Police brutality. VP shaming. Killing with impunity. Sounds familiar? It was the beginning of Marcos’ second and almost 20-year rule.
The turbulent first quarter of 1970 was an ominous start to President Marcos’ second term that paved the
‘Road to Martial Law.’