Nothing is more dangerous to familial connections than contrasting political stances. Here, we shed light on what it’s like to live under a roof where you are the minority opinion.
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.
Many consider old age as a limit to reaching their goals. But these senior citizen graduates show that it’s never too late to take the chance to achieve your dreams.
The guitar is the building block to many songs in the Philippines—but how have Cebuanos perfected the craft of guitar making?
Though work opportunities are limited for PWDs, they still strive to persevere and to break barriers in the workforce.
As a tribute to the many intricacies of life, tigsik represents the heart and soul of the Bicolanos.
From its Maguindanaoan roots to its popularity in and beyond General Santos City, pastil has truly championed the intricacies of Mindanaoan cuisine.
Many Boholano asinderos have called for support in bringing the smokey yet earthy asín tibuok to mainstream consumers.
Independent cinema has always thrived in these micro movie houses; but the theaters’ low numbers signify the threat of the genre’s development.
Demonic influences may manifest in different ways—the most dangerous of which is possession—but exorcists believe faith can always overpower evil.