Can the revolution be twitter-fied?
The conversations that need to take place well beyond October
With election day drawing nearer and nearer, it’s important to know who Millennials are voting for. After all, they take up about a third of the entire nation’s population.
Plenty of the archaic laws in the Philippines date back to the Spanish occupation—and yet, still enforceable today.
Filipinos speak up on why they’ll be casting votes or why they won’t Whenever big news concerning the welfare of our country is announced, a riptide tears through our population. It cuts across our people, seemingly splitting our sentiments into two
Say it louder for the people in the back: Pinoys sound off on why the Anti-Discrimination Bill needs to be passed One recurring rebuttal in the drawn-out discussion on laws affecting the LGBTQ+ is: I accept them and this country accepts
The legacy of the Iron Lady of Asia, one of the best presidents we never had
The Philippines is finally putting a Mental Health Bill in place. We’re one of the last few countries without one, so here’s to hoping it isn’t too late and that its implementation