Championing culture: Philippine Heritage Society Ball and 2022 Filipino Heritage Awards

What a night of celebrating local music, heritage, and all things Filipino!

IN PHOTOS: The 47th Consular Ball

See the attendees of the 47th Consular Ball captured by Lorna Llanes.

English, please

Closing ceremony of the English Language Training-Intermediate Level for Cambodian Senate personnel.

The Princess and the B: A cheat sheet on class

Believe me when I say that people around you are always watching how you treat others.

New York, Mabuhay!

Filipina-American named deputy mayor of NYC.

Tina Jacinto, Manila Bulletin Lifestyle society columnist, passes away

The beautiful, always pristine Tina Jacinto was Manila Bulletin’s beloved longtime social columnist.

Andrew Lloyd Webber gets his Covid-19 vaccine trial shot to ‘save the stage’

Renowned composer Andrew Lloyd Webber was lauded for his dedication to save the theater industry by taking part in the Oxford Covid-19 vaccine trial.

These ‘shining’ New Generation Currency banknotes are NOT fake

On July 29, BSP has released New Generation Currency (NGC) banknotes that feature a “shining, shimmering” value panel, but it seems like a lot of people missed the memo.

Celebrating milestones, quarantine style!

Prescy Yulo, Malou Martinez, Ram de Mesa celebrate their birthdays; the Vitangcols celebrate their anniversary.

The success story of Armie Jarin-Bennett

Passion is this powerhouse woman’s secret to overcoming life’s hurdles, as well as her family, her rock and her core.

Audio #OnTheGo

Bringing in its latest audio innovation to the local market, JBL, under Harman International, is all set for its first-ever online product launch in the Philippines. The event will showcase the brand’s upgraded line of headphones and portable speakers to be highlighted through performances from up and coming local acts.

Bass-heavy party speakers, eye-catching, dynamic headphones

The highlights of JBL's first online launch in PH.

Goodbye, Maria Clara. Hello, modern Filipina!

Wunderman Thompson ‘2021 Filipina Forward’ study reveals that Filipinas no longer allow society to define who they should be, but the fight toward equality is far from over.

Food and culture evolves based on societal changes

Today, the term “processed food” is also linked to a negative connotation. This immediately creates a mental picture of instant noodles and other just-add-water meals that can be fittingly categorized as “ultra-processed food.”

Pinoys can make it there

Former youth leader is first Filipino to win City Council bid in New England.