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This College Thesis Is Going Viral for Recreating Classic Art with Unconventional Muses

Titled "ANOMALI," the shoot features people with different disabilities and attributes to celebrate the beauty in diversity.
Beauty has no blueprint and photographer Ayla Reyes sought that in her college thesis that went viral on Facebook for challenging convention.Reyes, a graduate of the University of Sto. Tomas Fine Arts program, shared her thesis with recreations of classics like the Mona
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Today on the Internet: This P2000 Walis Tambo Has Pinoys Confused

A.k.a. "walis tambeaux."
You've probably seen that now-infamous bilao wall art priced at over P14,000 that went viral in mid-May and had Pinoys on the Internet making jokes nonstop. Well, looks like there's another quintessentially Filipino item circulating on social media: An "Asian Straw Broom"
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South Korea's Myeongdong Now Looks Like a Ghost Town and It's Utterly Heartbreaking

These viral photos show the empty streets of what used to be Seoul's bustling shopping district.
It's no secret that the global tourism industry has suffered greatly because of the pandemic. Apparently, even South Korea—once a bustling hotspot for tourists who love all things K-beauty, K-drama, and K-pop—is not immune to COVID-19's wrath. Making rounds on the internet today
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Chinese Drama "Make My Heart Smile" Is Under Fire for a Racist Remark Against Filipina OFWs

The Chinese drama recently aired its controversial pilot episode and the Filipinos are not smiling.
Watching dramas produced by fellow Asian countries—particularly South Korea, China, Japan, and Thailand—has been the favorite pastime of many Filipinos lately, especially since we've been on lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But in the most recent turn of events, an ongoing
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Direk Joey Reyes Goes Viral for His Analogy Between Korean Dramas and Pinoy Teleseryes

The Filipino director strongly believes that it's time we stop recycling cliché and predictable soap opera plots.
No one can deny that K-drama fever has reached an all-time high, especially over the quarantine period when Filipino fans, both new and old, needed a respite from reality. One fan who strongly believes that Korean dramas offer more than just short-term
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Here's Proof That Nadine Lustre Was Also "Scammed" by the '90s Kisses Craze

The actress even sold them to her elementary classmate with the promise that they'd turn into actual Pokemons. LOL!
The ‘90s was such an interesting decade, especially for children who enjoyed playing with classic Filipino toys rather than today’s modern gadgets. When we look back, we remember paper dolls, jolens (marbles), yoyos, pogs, rubber bands, and more. Just ask Nadine Lustre!
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This Elderly Taiwanese Couple Became Insta-Famous for Their Hip OOTDs

They’re cooler than all of us combined.
Taiwanese laundry shop owners Wanji and Xiu are making waves online for their stylish outfits that might just be more “on-point” than yours. The married couple, aged 83 and 83 respectively, were encouraged by their grandson, Sun Tzu, to take the shop’s abandoned,
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Cookie Cereal Is the Newest TikTok Food Trend You Need to Make at Home

You definitely can't go wrong with this classic milk and cookies combo!
Pancake cereal may have been all the rage last week, but it seems the trendy breakfast has found its match. People have quickly moved on to the newest novelty: cookie cereal. Makes total sense since we all know that milk and cookies