Valentine’s Day is a big celebration around the world. People from different cultures and countries celebrate this special day. In essence, it is the Feast of Saint Valentine but over the years, it has become a day of love and romance. This day is also widely celebrated by many Filipinos.
Living and working abroad is not always glitz and glam. It’s a great experience, but juggling busy schedules can be quite overwhelming. From working to starting a social life in the UK, to keeping in touch with family in the Philippines, it can get tiring. It’s even worse when a family emergency comes up in the Philippines and you can’t fly back right away.
Do you love traveling but don’t enjoy applying for a visa? For some Filipinos, visa application can be quite daunting and the process may be laborious. Filling up an application form takes time, the payment can be costly, and waiting for the approval is always nerve-racking. Thus, it's a lot easier to travel to visa-free countries if you're traveling internationally for the first time.
Chinese New Year, also known as Lunar New Year, marks the end of the Chinese lunar calendar. It is celebrated all around the world, but it’s also widely popular in the Philippines. Its essence has been adopted by the Philippine culture due to the Chinese influence on the country. Hence why Chinese New Year is always a fun and exciting time for Filipinos.
Since the Taal Volcano eruption, families and individuals of affected areas had to flee their homes to move to safer grounds. The Batangas government reported that over 160,000 victims have taken refuge in evacuation centres in Cavite, Batangas and Quezon province. Though some victims can still go home, the Philippine officials have recently implemented a […]
Taal Volcano is one of the world’s smallest volcanoes, located just outside of the Philippines’ capital city. Despite its spectacular beauty, it’s also listed as the country’s second most active volcano. Taal Volcano began spewing ashes a few days ago, causing residents in and around the surrounding villages to evacuate.