Thousands of OFWs in the Middle East were repatriated back home but many are still in the game.
Denmark is the first European country to reopen schools and is regarded as an international leader in COVID-19 response.
I heard the call of home from more than a thousand miles away. I went home to my alma mater, Sindangan National High School, to address its 2019 graduands. That was a year ago, but it remains one of the most meaningful journeys I have ever made. As I sat among school officials and dignitaries…
Our Global Editor Hon Sophia Balod explores how the Filipinos in the Netherlands are coping with the pandemic protocols. This is the first installment of our New Normal Series.
Accepting and learning that I am in full control of my body and mind has helped me deal with anxiety and the uncertainty of future amid this pandemic.
2020 is a difficult year. The COVID-19 virus may have locked down the entire world, but it has never locked down the words and stories of SubSelfie.com. While the global quarantine has been very challenging, there have been stories of perseverance and stories of hope. You may have forfeited your summer for an extended home…
But in pockets of idle time, UNCERTAINTY would rear its ugly head. ‘Where am I headed next?’
Our Global Editor Hon Sophia Balod joins people from around the world in reciting a poem about coronavirus translated into 13 languages.
I have been in love with plants long before the quarantine started in the Netherlands, and during the quarantine period, I may probably have transformed into a full-fledged plant mom. The outbreak came in the most ill-opportune time in Europe: lente (spring). Days were becoming longer as the sun started to show up more and…
A part-time teacher reflects on the possible “new normal” in education brought by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Travel restrictions is punishing so we’re giving you a bit of comfort through this virtual journey through the Middle Earth.
If you haven’t been outside for weeks, let us give you a peek into what might be your city’s “new normal” as it prepares for life with Covid-19.
We have a free Facebook Live webinar for you! It features Glaiza de Castro, Kaladkaren Davila and Suzi Abrera. The topic is relevant for today. During this difficult COVID-19 pandemic, how can we make sure that Filipino overseas Filipino workers are safe? This free Facebook Live session will premiere on May 28, 2020 on Facebook…
Sa kabila ng pandemya at umiiral na Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine (MECQ), itinuloy ng dalawang magsing-irog ang matagal na nilang pinaplanong kasal sa San Fernando City sa Pampanga.
Don’t believe anyone who says the curve is flattening based solely on the reduction of new cases.
This is governance under a crisis test, and the damage can be cured with a spin by officials with vested interests, if people are not vigilant enough and if journalists fail to do their job. But what’s really at stake here is our survival.
We pay tribute to the films and film makers who have helped us all to cope with the months long quarantine and the anxiety brought about by the pandemic.
Paano nga ba masusumpungan ang kahulugan ng buhay sa bartolina ng mga dinding sa bahay? At paano kung ang pagkanaroon pa ng susunod na yugto ng buhay ay sinusukat tuwing makalawang linggo?
Working in the media can sometimes be a thankless job. There may be some exceptions for those in front of the cameras. But for those of us who work behind the scenes, we also experience the same stress, depression, excitement and fulfillment, especially during this time of a global coronavirus pandemic. After the Luzon Lockdown…
Living with a mood disorder while in this time of uncertainty is very challenging. Aside from the nagging thoughts about COVID-19, we are well aware that if we leave ourselves unguarded, our quite fragile emotional and mental defenses can easily break down and drag us to a downward spiral. The first week into the enhanced…