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5 Fun Activities You Can Try for Your Next Barkada Date

This one's for all the indecisive friend groups out there.
Let’s face it, there’s no better feeling than lounging around with our friends, talking about everything and nothing. How about we amp it up once in a while? Go outdoors and explore the world—while still following safety protocols, of course. When making
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12 Chic Outfits You'd Love to Wear on Your Next Museum Trip

Make sure your 'fits are IG-ready!
Avid goers would know just how fun museums can be. Whether you’re into contemporary art or ancient artifacts, you’ll always find something riveting and inspiring to look at. Plus, let’s not forget the fact that galleries are often synonymous with beautiful architecture
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You Can Now View the Louvre's Entire Art Collection Online

The database has more than 482,000 entries so you'll never run out of things to discover.
The Musée du Louvre has just made more of its collection available online with the launch of a new database and a new website. Both sites went live late last week to, as the Louvre says, "bring the richness of the Louvre
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Taal City's Historical Artifacts Have Successfully Been Saved

Including artworks by Fernando Amorsolo.
Stories of evacuees being saved from the Taal Volcano's recent eruption have filled the news. Aside from our fellow Filipinos, however, another thing in danger is Taal City's many historical artifacts. From jewelry to paintings and other artworks, the city is rich
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Manny Pacquiao Is Madame Tussauds' Newest Filipino Wax Figure

It will be unveiled in 2020.
After successfully launching Pia Wurtzbach as its first Filipino wax figure, Madame Tussauds Hong Kong is set to immortalize yet another local personality in the form of Manny Pacquiao.A world-renowned boxing champion, MTHK seeks to honor Manny for his countless achievements in
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The World's First-Ever Makeup Museum Is Set to Open in New York City

Calling all beauty lovers!
Here's a different kind of museum for the beauty-obsessed out there: The first-ever Makeup Museum will be launching in New York soon and it will be featuring the history of beauty throughout the years!The museum will showcase a series of exhibitions that will explore the
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Experience a Filipino Christmas at This Instagram-Worthy Museum

Paskong Pinoy Village is now open!
It's no secret that the Philippines goes all out when it comes to celebrating Christmas. Christmas carols blare from our speakers as early as September 1, bazaars for Christmas shopping are in every corner, and our weekends become fully booked with parties
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4 Museums in Manila You Can Visit for Free This October

Because it's Museums and Galleries Month!
The Philippines is observing Museums and Galleries Month, which aims to arouse national consciousness on Filipino culture and heritage. According to the National Commission for Culture and the Arts, museums and galleries, whether they're small or unique, are vital to enhancing national consciousness
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Van Gogh Alive Is Coming to Manila and Here's What You Can Expect

It opens on October 26!
Indulge your senses in a museum experience unlike any other at Van Gogh Alive, a multi-sensory exhibition displaying the great auteur's masterpieces laid out for viewer interaction. The exhibit will be staged at One Bonifacio High Street for a limited time only
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Has Instagram Ruined the Way We See Museums?

Are museums now just Instagram traps?
Gone are the days when most people would visit museums and simply sit in silence while basking in the glory of an artwork, maybe attempt to analyze it as best as they can, or try to decipher the meaning behind it. Then
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Pia Wurtzbach is Madame Tussauds' First Filipino Wax Figure

A milestone you can't miss!
Fated are the few who get immortalized as wax figures in Madame Tussauds. Only the most influential and famous around the world are given the extraordinary opportunity, from British royals to international music sensations. However, ever since it opened in 1835 a