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It was a tough decision on their part.
It's a little bit too early to think of traveling right now, but that isn't stopping a number of countries from starting to welcome international visitors.Italy, Iceland, Greece, Portugal, Belize, Spain, and Cyprus have taken the lead by reopening their borders to
Bea Alonzo, Sharon Cuneta support Angel Locsin's mass-testing fundraiser.
A number of big stars are supporting the auction being mounted by Angel Locsin in order to raise funds for mass testing of COVID-19. On May 18, the 35-year-old actress and humanitarian announced the comeback of her fundraising initiative Shop & Share
There's even a website that compiles these strange dreams, submitted by anonymous people worldwide.
A few nights ago, I dreamt that I was taken to Atlantis, which was naturally safe from the virus. In the city center was a neon supermarket that was basically the Pac-Man grid: Grocery supplies were floating in mid-air, and I had
Entrepreneurs, listen up.
The COVID-19 pandemic may be causing a storm in the global retail industry, but Georgina Wilson-Burnand is not one to let the sun go down on her business, Sunnies Studios.Georgina and her partners have been making sure the hip and youthful brand
His #GabiNaNaman series on Instagram has been providing us with good vibes!
We all know that an incessant stream of pandemic news can tire you out. Forcing unrealistic expectations of productivity on yourself can be punishing, too. Thankfully, multi-hyphenate personality Jericho Rosales is making a case for a third space: Just poke fun at
Here's what I learned from it.
For many, the quarantine has felt like a season of fifty consecutive Sundays. Without the reliable structure of school, the days are jelly—occasionally blessed with surges of creative fervor, but mostly just lacking grip. I’m no stranger to this feeling. From the ages
People think that bundling themselves from head to toe is the best way to stay safe, but this might not be the case.
The ongoing community quarantine advises us to head outside only for essential purposes. For many of us, this means visiting the grocery or drugstore once in a while to stock up on supplies. But even though going outside is a rare occurrence, people
"I never expected to see Shibuya and Shinjuku looking like this—almost like a ghost town."
For many travelers, a vacation in Tokyo, Japan is incomplete without seeing the bustling streets of the iconic Shibuya Crossing.Surrounded by huge digital billboards and buildings and located in front of the Shibuya train station, the sprawling intersection is popular with tourists
Here's a step-by-step guide.
As positive COVID-19 cases continue to increase in the Philippines ever since the COVID-19 pandemic arrived on our shores (a.k.a. the arrival of an infected Chinese national in the Metro in January), there was public clamor for mass testing. It is believed
Princess Sofia of Sweden is lending a hand.
Amid the unprecedented outbreak, Princess Sofia of Sweden has stepped up. After completing an intensive training course, the 35-year-old royal was enlisted as a medical assistant at the Sophiahemmet Hospital, of which she is the honorary chair. An image of her in
The sudden disruption of daily routines may have been a jarring experience for children. With the lockdown eliminating their access to school, playgrounds, and friends' houses, toddlers might be feeling rattled and disoriented, for which they are not to blame. In order to
Gear up for the transition to the "new normal"!
There’s no shame in wanting to bag an extra buck, especially now that we’re gearing up to transition to a “new normal” with as little adjustment shock as humanly possible. Maybe over the quarantine you’ve found yourself really excited to start some
Dr. Abundio Balgos is being honored as a Living Hero by the J. Amado Araneta Foundation.
At least one good thing that has come out of the coronavirus pandemic is the display of bravery and heroism from ordinary people. Front healthcare frontliners to supermarket staff, from military and police personnel to garbage disposal workers, the crisis proves that
It could be the new normal.
Life as we know it has been changed by the coronavirus pandemic. Though that may seem like an exaggeration, a new study says current practices—social distancing, specifically—need to last until 2022.Researchers at Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health published the findings
Enjoy their famous coffee at home!
Coffee fans are no stranger to Dunkin' Donuts' brewed coffee. In fact, there's a legion of coffee fans who will vouch for Dunkin' coffee's rich and sweet taste. For those who miss their Brewed Coffee (P65) or Iced Coffee, which comes in Almond (P80) or
Ready to make your own pandesal?
People have started to bake during the quarantine either out of necessity, cravings, boredom, or all of the above. Surprisingly enough, people aren't just baking brownies or cookies, they're also baking loaves of bread, from the simple loaf and pandesal to the more
Now that we are all required to wear face masks in public, it's important to know why you should wear them.
At the start of the month, the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) for the Management of Emerging Infectious Disease made wearing of face masks mandatory for anyone going outside during the enhanced community quarantine. But due to a shortage in personal protective equipment (PPEs),
Live brightly by starting your day right.
We’re a month into the lockdown and many of us are working at home, relying fervently on sporadic bursts of motivation to carry us through days that seem to blur together. Yes, this can be so frustrating.Thankfully, there are content creators on
He promises to auction off three pairs from his shoe collection every day until COVID-19 is defeated.
Cainta mayor Kit Nieto is pulling in all the resources to help out his community in the time of pandemic — including the insides of his shoe racks.“Ang daming hindi nabigyan ng SAC form assistance sa atin,” he lamented on Facebook, “kasi
They sang the gospel song he composed almost 35 years ago.
Composer-arranger Arnel de Pano, was one of six COVID-19 confirmed patients at the Marikina Valley Medical Center who had recovered from the disease and were discharged last April 3.Before he left the hospital, the frontliners saw it fit to serenade him with