A new animated film featuring the purported “exploits” of Portuguese Ferdinand Magellan during the Spanish expedition in the 1500s, has struck quite a nerve among many Filipinos online.
Furor sparked after the poster for “Elcano and Magellan: The First Voyage Around the World” was officially released on local social media.
One milk tea offering from a company in the Philippines intends to satisfy cravings for a group of friends or just one very thirsty bubble tea lover.
Gallontea, as the name suggests, offers its Classic Milk Tea per gallon for just 500 Philippine pesos ($9.50) and its Wintermelon Milk Tea variant for 600 PHP ($11.50) per gallon.
Talks of renaming the Philippines have been making the rounds on local social media again after Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte talked about changing the country’s name during a recent speech.
“(The country was named the) Philippines because it was discovered by (Ferdinand) Magellan using the money of King Philip (of Spain). So when that nutjob arrived, he called (the country) ‘the Philippines.’ But that’s ok. One day, let’s change it,” Duterte was quoted as saying at an event in Maguindanao province on Monday.
A Filipino politician running for senator earned ridicule on Twitter after posting a series of tweets which were purportedly in support of the LGBTQ community.
Wife of Philippines’ Most Brutal Dictator Found Guilty For Funneling $200 Million to Swiss Bank
Former Philippine First Lady Imelda Marcos has been found guilty of seven counts of graft by local anti-corruption court Sandiganbayan in a court proceeding that lasted 27 years.
Sandiganbayan Court Fifth Division, which presides over cases involving graft and corruption, filed an arrest warrant against the 89-year-old widow of former Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos on Friday.
Netizens are praising a disabled man for his selfless deed in directing traffic on a busy street in Paco, a district in Manila, Philippines.
The man, only identified by his first name as Iking, can be seen in the now-viral video directing traffic on a hot day as he holds his crutches.
A fearless 8-year-old girl is being hailed a heroine after she was caught on film trying to stop armed robbers from getting away from a crime scene in the Philippines.
Captured by surveillance cameras in a residential compound in General Trias in the province of Cavite, videos show how four men robbed a man at gunpoint and stole some valuables from a nearby house.
A man believed to be pretending to fall asleep so he can lean on a woman’s shoulder during a jeepney ride in the Philippines has netizens on full creep alert.
The passenger’s alleged act was caught in two videos that have since gone viral on Facebook.
A Filipina bride is winning the hearts of many netizens after a video showing her bravely walk down a flooded aisle of a church in the Philippines went viral on Facebook.
The amazing moment was captured on Saturday at the town of Hagonoy in Bulacan Province.
Maria Ozawa recently captivated her Filipino fans in the town of Candelaria, Quezon Province in The Philippines when she joined a local festival tradition known as Flores de Mayo (Flowers of May).
The former adult-film star wore a traditional Filipino gown during the last day of the month-long celebration “Santacruzan” held on May 31.
Angelo Casimiro, a Filipino teenager and Electronics and Communications Engineering student, has created a power bank that can literally power up home appliances – even gaming laptops!
Casimiro, a 19-year-old student who runs the YouTube channel TechBuilder, created a DIY (Do-It-Yourself) video last December where he showed how to create a power bank with enough juice to charge up a gaming laptop or even power up any house appliances when not around an electrical outlet.
A British businessman who turned his Vietnamese ex-lover into a human fireball was arrested in Thailand after authorities suspected him of hiding in the Philippines.
On Jan. 15, Gary Iredale, 52, allegedly doused Nguyen Hang, 23, in petrol and set her on fire in a tailor shop that she owned.