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Here's How This OFW Earns P120,000 from His Vegetable Garden in Italy

This OFW found a way to supplement his income by selling vegetables grown in his rented piece of land.
Italy is one of Europe's most popular tourist destinations, particularly among the wealthy and those interested in arts and culture. It is also, coincidentally, one of the most sought-after places for Filipinos seeking jobs overseas. In Italy, the majority of OFWs work as

This Mountainside Cabin in Batangas Can be Your Next Scenic Getaway

A sliver of paradise tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the metro.
It’s no secret that we've all developed a strong desire to travel after spending most of our holidays at home.Vacation plans are being hampered by the recent spike of positive COVID-19 cases in the Philippines, owing to the advent of the newest

Did You Know? These SB19 Songs Were Co-Produced by South Border's Jay Durias

South Border's frontman talks about his music career, controversy, and working with P-pop group SB19.
To date, Jay Durias is the only remaining constant figure of South Border, a band that made their name around the mid-1990s. And yet despite the changes that happened from within, Durias and the band have stayed relevant.Why? For the South Border

Did You Know? OPM Band Orange & Lemons Had to Change Their Name Thrice

ICYDK, they sang the theme song for "Pinoy Big Brother".
Music holds a significant place in Philippine culture. It's omnipresent, from everyday neighborhood karaoke to TV variety programs and underground performances.Nothing beats the sound of homegrown Filipino music, whether it's in English, Tagalog, or another regional dialect. And nobody can forget Orange

This Filipina Works as a Tractor Driver at a Farm in Canada

"Wala talaga siya sa list na I wanted to be in the future...kaya hindi ko ineexpect na mai-inlove ako sa farming."
Canada takes pride in being one of the world's most diverse and cosmopolitan nations. Because of its natural beauty, sophisticated cities, and international cuisine, most Filipinos have picked Canada as their top destination for visiting, studying, working, and immigrating. However, establishing a

This Tourist Recounts the Horrors of Typhoon Odette When It Hit Siargao

"Siargao needs our help right now."
Typhoon Odette wreaked havoc on Visayas and Mindanao, claiming more than 200 deaths just ahead of the holiday season.A tourist-survivor from Siargao recounts how the storm ravaged the island that was once recognized as the Philippines' surfing center.“It’s actually very under reported,

Here's How This CEO Built a Tiny House For Her Employees to Enjoy

"Open ito sa lahat ng tao namin na gustong dalhin 'yung family nila."
On social media, the small home movement has gained traction, with many depicting an ideal living that is both cheaper and healthier for the environment without losing beauty.Victoria and Gerry Evangelista of Bioskin Philippines and Bec and Geri's, a husband and wife

This Filipina Shares What It's Like Being a Dairy Farmer in New Zealand

It may not have been her dream job at first, but Jennifer Abobo is thriving in her career.
“Sino ba naman ‘yung ayaw magkaroon ng magandang future? And when it comes to New Zealand sa isip-isip natin green na green, walang mga masasamang tao, walang polusyon. And napatunayan naman namin na totoo talaga iyon,” dairy farmer Jennifer Abobo told Summit

Here's the Real Story Behind Stonefree's Hit Song "Listen"

"It's not a Beyoncé Knowles song, nauna kami," quipped vocalist Miro Vallera.
So this i ask of you, please stay with me, until she comes back…One song is all it takes to bring yourself back to the early 2000s.One of such tunes is "Listen." It's the theme song for ABC-5's popular series, Singles, and

Meet Jeepito, The World's Smallest Philippine Jeepney

If you think you've seen all sorts of "tiny," think again.
“Jeepito was made in 2015,” owner Ronald “Tonton” Tan told Summit OG. Tan also owns the “Tank House”, which is an old water tank that he turned into the tiniest home in Baguio City.“Almost seven years nang nagpapasaya si Jeepito,” he said.

This Company Will Build a Tiny Home for You for Just P8,000 a Month

If you spend this much monthly for rent, why not invest in your own house instead?
A lot of young professionals and small families today say owning a home, apart from having financial freedom and peace of mind, is the ultimate dream (and goal). However, if you’re earning just enough to pay the bills and put food on the

This Young CEO Turned to Farming to be More Creative at Work

For Third Domingo, going back to basics has great benefits to a person’s creativity.
The fast life can be exhausting and overwhelming. Especially if you work in an industry where you constantly need to be creative. “‘Yung farming kasi, believe it or not, it’s relaxing,” Third Domingo told Summit OG in an exclusive interview. Third is the CEO

Here's the Real Story Behind True Faith's Hit OPM Song "Huwag Na Lang Kaya"

“But as Filipinos, we are naturally torpe. You know we always have second thoughts on doing things lalo na with love.”
“But as Filipinos, we are naturally torpe. You know we always have second thoughts on doing things lalo na with love,” said vocalist Medwin Marfil. Have you been in a situation where you hesitantly approached or spoke to someone you like for fear

Did You Know? Sponge Cola’s Band Name Almost Became Sponge Dog

Here’s why they chose “Cola” instead.
What’s in a name? A lot—especially in the music industry and now that everything is on the internet and social media.Do you know how your favorite bands came up with their band names? Yael Yuzon, Filipino rock band Sponge Cola’s vocalist, shares