With efforts to highlight Philippine literature, independent publishers relay the stories of Filipinos and change what it means to be in the publishing scene.
Author: Lizelle Villaflor
Variety The various themes and plotlines that this year’s Best Picture nominees brought to life were nothing short of amazing. Whether you’re in the mood for a tearjerker, a feel-good tale, or an empowering story, this list has got it all. But at the end of the day, only one film gets to take home…
The Art Relief Mobile Kitchen has made it their mission to reach out to those affected by calamities through their stomachs, offering comfort and familiarity when needed the most.
Capturing the passion and crafting with sentiment, contemporary artists weave the stories of the past into artworks of today.
The Ibaloys of Benguet do not believe death to be the end. The spirits of the deceased live on through the Ibaloys’ unwavering dedication to continuing their tradition.
Corporate giants greedily reclaim land and sea to build mega infrastructures, causing the fisherfolks’ loss of livelihood and homes.
Bodabil’s magic has lost its shimmer in the Philippine entertainment repertoire. But its legacy lives on, inspiring many of today’s variety shows.
Sarah Elago’s compassionate advocacies translate to how she continuously fights for the youth’s voices to be heard.
T’nalak represents both the T’boli community’s personal dream and their tribe’s rich culture.
Many of the child sexual abuse victims and their families fight for justice and accountability from perpetrators.