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How are people celebrating the season of hearts?
Like nearly everything else in life, Valentine’s Day is going to be a lot different this year, no thanks to the pandemic. For better or for worse, celebrations for the day of love are going to be much more muted and low-key. ...
 
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No, it’s not Chocnut.
We all know Filipinos have a sweet tooth, but just how much do we love candies and chocolates? And how do we compare against our neighbors in the region? To find the answer, the folks at iPrice Group conducted a study on people’s ...
 
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It’s a young but vibrant industry.
Most people work for a living but many don’t really like their job. Then there are those lucky enough to actually enjoy what they do. Different industries have varying levels of job satisfaction, and there have been multiple studies that have attempted ...
 
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Now that’s devotion.
If you’ve ever liked, even LOVED, a musical artist, you’ve likely supported them by buying their music, watching their shows online or live, or even buying stuff like their t-shirts, mugs, stickers, and the like. We’ve never actually given thought to how ...
 
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Here’s a ranking of the countries where TikTok is most downloaded.
TikTok is no stranger to controversy. The Chinese social media app, which has exploded in popularity in the Philippines and elsewhere in the world, has been banned in countries like India and Armenia, and has faced scrutiny from the Trump administration in ...
 
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Through the Map of Ecommerce Report, a clearer picture of how Filipinos are behaving online is emerging.
On casual observation, the effect of the coronavirus pandemic on Filipinos’ behavior online is obvious: less time outdoors, more time at home and on the internet. As the number of people going out to eat, shop, or watch movies nosedived, so has ...
 
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It's enough for a fancy buffet dinner (if buffets were still a thing).
We’ve all heard stories about how the planet is dying because of too much plastic in the world. And the Philippines, not suprisingly, is one of the world’s worst offenders in the plastic pollution problem, as well as the rest of Southeast ...
 
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Good things come to those who wait.
There’s no doubt that one of the most anticipated gift items in the coming holiday season is the new Sony Playstation 5. In fact, the company expects the PlayStation 5 hardware to sell about six million units from its launch to Marsh ...
 
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It’s not a good time to be a Filipino frontliner.
Filipino registered nurses and medical technologists earn the least among their peers elsewhere in Southeast Asia. This is according to the findings of information aggregator iPrice, which recorded the salaries of various frontliners during the coronavirus pandemic.Also read: Backhanded, Condescending Remarks You May ...
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