"Philippines" Blogs & Blog Posts

Pond PerspectivePond Perspective

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

 
little pink splotcheslittle pink splotches

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

 
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...

 


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Launched in the Philippines, social commerce startup Resellee wants to recreate the success of Pinduoduo, one of China’s fastest-growing e-commerce companies, in Southeast Asia. A major part of Resellee’s business is grocery deliveries, including...

Stripe has led a $12 million Series A round in Manila-based online payment platform PayMongo, the startup announced today. PayMongo, which offers an online payments API for businesses in the Philippines, was the first Filipino-owned financial tech st...

Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte has “granted absolute pardon” to the U.S. Marine who in 2014 was convicted of murdering a transgender Filipina woman, whom he’d met at a disco and later strangled in a hotel room.Read more...

ABS-CBN lost its broadcast license, but a dozen regional operations kept covering local news through cable and the internet. On Friday, that stopped.

By voting not to renew the franchise of ABS-CBN, lawmakers silenced a major network that had come under fire from President Rodrigo Duterte.

Veteran journalist Maria Ressa, the founder of Filipino independent news site Rappler, was found guilty on Monday of cyber libel charges by a Manila court. She faces up to six years in prison. Critics of the charges, which include prominent human rig...

Back in the 1960s, a site in the district of Santa Ana, Manila was excavated by archaeologists. The scientists already knew the area was a rich archaeological site because of its strategic location along the Pasig River. In the 11th century, it was t...