"Philippines" Blogs & Blog Posts

I AM PINAYI AM PINAY

A Pinay who blogs about her country's pride and culture.

 
SteppeUpSteppeUp

A Western Canadian view on Canadian Politics with a personal touch on being...

 
little pink splotcheslittle pink splotches

if you love pink, relationships, women, writing, the philippines, filipinos...

 
Pond PerspectivePond Perspective

Follow the ponderings, triumphs and foibles of a single woman in Manila. A ...

 


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 Uber has suspended its services in Philippines after the national regulator banned it from operating for one month. The country’s Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) ordered a cease and desist against the U.S. rid...

We are living in the Age of Plastic. In 2015, the world's industries created 448 million tons of it -- twice as much as it did in 1998. -- and the rate of production is only accelerating. However, our recycling efforts have not matched pace. In...

Ivanka Trump may know a little more about Filipino food traditions than the average American, going by the dish she served up this week. On Tuesday, Trump threw her daughter, Arabella, a birthday party where she served hot dog franks on skewers, topp...

Filipino citizens who don't sing their national anthem enthusiastically enough could face penalties. Under a new proposed bill, approved by the House of Representatives on Monday, singing to the national anthem will be "mandatory and must be done wit...

This all seems very North Korea-ish to me. The post Extreme Nationalism: Politicians in the Philippines want to criminalize what? appeared first on RedState.

This KFC employee from the Philippines is turning a lot of heads in his outlet. He's started going viral, after Facebook user Eriel Pangan Mendoza posted a picture of the employee who bears a startling resemblance to Korean star Gong Yoo.  SEE A...

This beauty doesn't need an introduction.  The last and oldest traditional mambabatok tattooer in the Philippines.  Whenever we see her face and read about her - our heart is filled with this energy so hard to describe.  Sending her so...