Maoi Arroyo: The Impact of ‘I’

For one, she has resolved to make a difference by using all that she is to make an impact on the lives of the less privileged — not just with good intentions but with measurable data.

Briones shares journey as empowered woman

EDUCATION Secretary Leonor Magtolis Briones shared her educational experiences that helped her be empowered during the Asia Women’s Forum 2022 last Thursday.

Crafting inner peace

Prior to the Covid-19 pandemic, Allyza “Yza” Tolentino, owner of Sunny Label was thick in the usual millennial pursuits: attending art-related and local indie gigs, traveling and documenting her journeys on her blog and social media accounts, and diving into DIY projects while maintaining a day job in marketing.

On TikTok, she debunks lies about martial law with numbers

Just like any other social media platform, TikTok, the hot social network for making and sharing short videos, is teeming with false narratives of martial law. A quick search of the term reveals many faceless videos that claim that the more than two decades of Marcos rule was the golden age of the Philippines—a pretty common lie perpetuated on the internet.

Artist Profile: Pollyanna Dee

White and blue flowers bloom in the cracks of the woman’s face in ‘Daydream’. Split in half, her left face rests upon two hands that console her while her right face detaches itself from the commotion. Her eyes glisten with melancholy that her parted lips mirror. Her emotions overflow, consuming the way she commands her life and placing her into a state of reflection, a realm Pollyanna Dee knows by heart.