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Kidlat Tahimik Exhibits Philippine History in Spain

National Artist Kidlat Tahimik unveils his work on  Historical Colonialism in the Philippines in an exhibit held at Palacio de Cristal, Retiro Park, Madrid, Spain, from October 28, 2021 to March 6, 2022.

Lubao’s balloon festival takes spectators ‘above and beyond’

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The Lubao International Balloon and Music Festival 2019 launched successfully taking spectators ‘above and beyond’ in their most successful three-day festivity to date.

LOOK: TTKD 2018 is Angeles City’s most Successful Street Party to date

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Tigtigan Terakan Keng Dalan 2018 successfully kicks off as the city’s grandest street party surpasses the previous records for the most jam-packed party yet to date

Card players outdid each other in German Club’s Asian Skat Masters 2017


The German Club Manila has taken a tradition of hosting Skat tournaments annually. Find out what happened in this year’s Asian Skat Masters!

Philippines ranked as the third happiest among 55 countries and more top stories in Trending Klipps


3rd happiest people on Earth, firecracker injuries, zero casualty, Metro Mania, less pollution, particulate matter, TRAIN Act, income tax, charter change, federalism — all of this in this week’s Trending Klipps!

Celebrating a year of service
Local press holds luncheon with BCDA, CDC, CIAC

Local press holds luncheon with BCDA, CDC, CIAC

Members of the press in Pampanga held a year-end fellowship at the imposing ASEAN Convention Center to celebrate a year well-spent on serving the public.

This week’s trending: New Speed Limit in EDSA, Messenger for Kids, and 43rd MMFF Parade of Stars


WATCH: To ensure the safety of motorists in EDSA, the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) sets a new speed limit in this busiest thoroughfare in Manila.

Meanwhile, Facebook launches its child-friendly chatting app called Messenger kids.

As for entertainment news, the 43rd Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) Parade of Stars will be held this year in Muntinlupa, as the city is celebrating its 100th year foundation anniversary.

This week’s trending: Marawi City’s rebirth, El Nido’s plastic ban, and Ginebra’s victory fest

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WATCH: After enduring a five-month terror siege, the residents of Marawi are now starting to rebuild their homes on whatever is left in their villages.

The Municipality of El Nido decided to ban the use of plastic in the area to promote environmental protection, while avid followers of Barangay Ginebra Gin Kings celebrated with their favorite team in a victory party this Friday.

ASEAN adopts Youth Dev’t Index Report
Young people needs ‘uplift’ in employment

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National Youth Commission Chairperson Aiza Seguerra said the ASEAN leaders formally adopted the Youth Development Report in their 31st Summit’s plenary session.