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Incoming Stanford freshman Audrey Pe is breaking gender stereotypes and changing lives through technology.
The people behind the non-profit organization Wi-Tech have a lot up their sleeve. If you haven’t heard of them, then it’s about time you pay attention because this is a group that means business. WiTech, short for Women in Technology, was launched ...
 
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There are many things to learn from the queen of domesticity.
Martha Stewart was her candid and funny self at the ANC Leadership Series talk moderated by ABS-CBN's Karen Davila last week.The over-an-hour-long chat with the lifestyle guru and legendary entrepreneur was attended by hundreds of guests including many of Manila’s most prominent ...
 
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Reality can often make fiction much more interesting.
The 'He Said, She Said' format has long been around, exploring the differences and similarities of perceptions of both male and female personas. In contrast to this, Philippine-born U.S.-based author Gina Apostol wanted to tackle the story of the Balangiga Massacre of ...
 
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Carl Joshua Quines credits his specialized public high school, the Valenzuela School of Mathematics and Science, for honing his love for math.
A big chunk of Carl Joshua Quines’ high school years revolved around math and code. CJ, as he is known among family and friends, always had a fondness for math but it wasn’t until he had enrolled in the Valenzuela School of ...
 
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Since its inception in 1972, only 73 individuals have been conferred this highest honor.
Fernando Amorsolo was the first Philippine National Artist in 1972 and since then only 73 talented individuals have been given this honor. It is the highest recognition given to Filipino artists (film, visual arts, dance, etc). In order to be considered for ...
 
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In line with the 50th anniversary of Ballet Philippines, T&C catches up with the spirited woman who started it all.
National Artist for Dance Alice Reyes, founder and current artistic director of Ballet Philippines, is every bit the individual you’d expect her to be. She is a cresting wave; a force of power and grace crowned by a bold shock of white ...
 
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The first-time mom reflects on the difficulties of her pregnancy and the meaning of motherhood.
A week after a baby shower was thrown in celebration of the coming of their firstborn child, Nicole Tantoco de los Reyes and her husband Miko de los Reyes welcomed their daughter, Gianna Noelle, into the world on July 30, 2019. Friends of ...
 
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The senator's wife is in total control of her life.
On Audrey: Pink silk spaghetti strap top, Vivien Ramsay, Tropa Store; belt, Jun Escario, Greenbelt 5; tiered skirt, Robbie Santos.Photographs by ARTU NEPOMUCENOStyled by MEG MANZANO assisted by SOPHIA BERBANO CONCORDIAProduced by NICOLE LIMOS MORALES assisted by CHELSA GLORIAMakeup by CLAIRE SEELIN DIOKNOHair by RICK DIOKNOShot on location at HENRY HOTEL MANILAIt ...
 
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Zobel de Ayala said companies should consider flexible work arrangements for their employees to maximize their productivity and encourage better work-life integration.
Ayala Corporation chairman and CEO Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala shared his ideas of what the future of work will be like, and how a lot of changes will be coming soon.“We have to embrace new skills, new methods of training, and new ...
 
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David Jacob has done it all—established a flourishing career, married the girl of his dreams, and found balance in work and play—and now he talks about his grand plans for the future.
Photographs by ARTU NEPOMUCENOStyled by PAOLO CHUAProduced by NICOLE LIMOS MORALESGrooming by CLAIRE SEELIN DIOKNODavid Jacob exudes the energy of a man between generations. His age—51 years young this year—suggests he belongs to the Generation X demographic: that of the cynical slackers ...
 
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Student scientist Maria Isabel Layson finds practical medicinal uses for the local plant.
Sixteen-year-old Maria Isabel Layson recently competed at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) held in Phoenix, Arizona from May 12 to 17. She, along with 11 other Filipino delegates, was among 1,800 student scientists from over 80 countries to compete ...
 
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Janice Lao is making it a point to create green changes in businesses.
Whether it’s become evident or not, a green revolution has erupted across the globe. Developed countries such as the Scandinavian nations, Japan, and Switzerland lead the pack when it comes to sustainable practices. The Philippines is catching up with the movement through ...
 
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After three nominations, he finally takes home the the James Beard Award for Best Chef, Mid-Atlantic 2019.
The prestigious James Beard Foundation just recognized Filipino-American chef Tom Cunanan as the Best Chef in the Mid-Atlantic category in the 29th annual James Beard Awards. ???? James Beard Award Winner for Best Chef Mid-Atlantic 2019 ???? @tomccunanan @tomccunanan @tomccunanan @tomccunananA post shared ...
 
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“I may have been the son of the boss, but I worked harder than anybody else to prove that I wasn’t just the son of the boss,” he tells the class of 2019.
On April 30, 2019, JG Summit Holdings Inc. President and CEO Lance Gokongwei left the graduating class of the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Valenzuela inspired with anecdotes of how he and his siblings independently worked their way to the top. In his ...
 
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After her craniotomy, Jeena Llamas was back to work in less than two weeks.
Back in March, the New Yorker released a feature written by Game of Thrones actress Emilia Clarke, detailing how she suffered from two life-threatening aneurysms in between filming the award-winning series. While many readers sympathized with the actress, Jeena Llamas related to ...
 
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In 2013, Henry Motte-Muñoz created Edukasyon.ph, the one-stop site for everything students need to know before applying to a school.
When the K to 12 program was implemented in the Philippine education system in 2013, Henry Motte Muñoz set a project in motion—a startup that initially sought to fill a gap in the school-hunting process. His brainchild, Edukasyon.ph, planted its roots as ...
 
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Vamp up that Mother's Day greeting card.
No one can ever take a mother’s place. As much as we all know this, we sometimes struggle to put our adoration for mom into words. If you're not much of wordsmith, you can express your feelings through special mother's day quotes.Come ...
 
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The fearless journalist tells us how women can learn to speak up.
On the morning CNN International correspondent Paula Hancocks landed in Manila, the world had its eyes on the Korean peninsula. It was March 22, 2019, and news watchers focused their attention on North Korea withdrawing its stationed staff members from the joint ...
 
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She suffered from a life-threatening hemorrhage after filming the first season.
A few weeks ahead of the release of the hit television series Game of Thrones, Hollywood actress Emilia Clarke penned a poignant essay for The New Yorker, detailing how she suffered two aneurysms while filming the HBO show. The article entitled “A ...
 
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Even if it isn't summer here, "it's always summer somewhere," says Lilly Pulitzer.
Golden rays of sunshine, a slew of planned beach trips, and the rising temperatures are indications that summertime is upon us once more. The season is a favorite of many, not just for its external characteristics but for the warm and happy ...
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