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Filipina Wins Emirates Draw, Getting Over Php387,000 Per Month For 25 Years

Filipina Freilyn Angob’s life-changing win in Emirates Draw’s FAST5 game brings financial relief and wedding dreams to reality.

Teacher From Samar Went Viral After Taking Care Of Her Student’s Baby During A Test

Teachers as second mothers: A teacher from Samar willingly helped her student take care of her child while finishing her school duties.

Vlogger “Kulas” Becomes a True Filipino After PH Oathtaking

A Filipino by heart naturally, BecomingFilipino Vlogger “Kulas” is officially a Filipino Citizen and is beyond grateful for the love and trust he received for his journey in being naturalized.

Former Security Guard Finishes College As A Scholar

A former security guard proves that if there is a will, there will always be a way after finishing a college degree despite age.

Student Launches A Car-Booking App, Helping Commuters And Drivers

Former Filipino multimedia arts student revolutionizes transportation with his self-made car-booking app, offering affordable fares and empowering drivers.

Proud Son Embraces Mother’s Street Sweeper Job, Defying Society’s Judgment

Resident from Bacolod breaks stereotypes, honors street sweeper mom, inspiring love and respect for parents.

Netizen Shows Goodwill By Helping A Kid Buy School Needs, Inspiring Acts Of Kindness

A heartwarming TikTok video went viral recently as a netizen undoubtedly helped a kid have enough supplies for the start of his school year.

Immigration Personnel At NAIA Feted For Honesty

Honesty Prevails! Immigration officer returns over PHP56,000 cash to passengers, reminding us that good people still exist in government.

Award-Winning Pinay Nurse To Start A Foundation In The UK, Accepting More Filipino Nurses

From the first vaccine pioneer to philanthropist, May Parsons launched the ‘May Parsons Foundation’ to support Filipino nurses in the United Kingdom.

Harvard University Unveils Its First-Ever Instructor For Filipino Language

Harvard welcomes first Filipino (Tagalog) teacher, Professor Lady Aileen Orsal, expanding language offerings for the Fall semester.