North Korea Announces ‘Success’ Over COVID-19, Claiming Kim was Sick

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un hailed a “shining triumph” against COVID-19 as his sister disclosed he had become unwell during the outbreak, which she blamed on Seoul, according to state media on Thursday. According to the official Korean Central News Agency, Kim declared a “success” in the struggle against the malignant pandemic sickness while … Read more

Three Filipino Canadians are Running for Municipal Council in British Columbia

Three Filipino Canadians are running for council seats in British Columbia’s communities of Vancouver, Burnaby, and Surrey. Lina Vargas, a Vancouver city council candidate, initially came to Canada as a caregiver before working as a healthcare aide and a hairstylist. Vargas was moved by how Filipino Canadians in healthcare stood forward to assist Canada during … Read more

LIVE: President Marcos Present to The State Funeral of Fidel V. Ramos

On Tuesday, at the Libingan ng mga Bayani, President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. attended the state funeral of the late former President Fidel V. Ramos. Ramos was related to Ferdinand Marcos Sr., the late former president, through his second cousin. As he honored Ramos’ achievements for the nation throughout his term, the President referred to … Read more

The Unsustainable Truth About Rejecting The Manila Bay Reclamation

Fishermen from Pambansang Lakas ng Kilusang Mamamalakaya ng Pilipinas protested Friday at the offices of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources in Quezon City. The gang took on newly appointed DENR Secretary Ma. Antonia Yulo-Loysaga will speak out against the damaging reclamation projects in Manila Bay, stressing the environmental impact on the bay and … Read more

MTRCB Chair Issued Statement Regarding the Film “Maid in Malacañang”

The controversial film directed by writer-director Darryl Yap has received the following comment from MTRCB chair Lala Sotto. On August 3, the aforementioned film—which presents the Marcoses’ side before they were compelled to leave the Palace—was released in Cinemas all around the country. Even after this, there were still unfavorable comments posted online, especially considering … Read more

The bishop has Called for a Boycott of “Maid in Malacañang”

The controversial film “Maid in Malacañang” gained another harsh critic on Wednesday, amid backlash over controversial scenes that allegedly sought to distort history. This time, a Catholic bishop explicitly called for a boycott of the film, which depicts the Marcos family’s final 72 hours in Malacaang before the 1986 People’s Revolution toppled the dictatorship. San … Read more

Robin Padilla Responded to Audie Gemora’s Criticism

Sen. Robin Padilla responded to the singer Audie Gemora’s criticism of his statement that he found it difficult to follow plenary discussions since his colleagues frequently used the English language in their remarks. According to recent rumors, the new member acknowledged that it was challenging for him to understand plenary discussions since other senators would … Read more