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Burning trash and turning it into energy keeps countries like Sweden and Japan clean. But environmentalists say this comes at a cost.
Journalists Raisa Serafica and Vernise Tantuco are at the frontlines of the Philippines’ disinformation problem every day. Here’s why they’re taking the online problem, offline.
The Philippines’ Public Health Insurance Agency Is Under Investigation for Corruption in the Middle of a Pandemic
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte claims his administration is tough on corrupt officials but millions of dollars meant for universal healthcare were allegedly stolen under his watch.
Duterte Personally Asked Xi Jinping for COVID-19 Vaccines, As He Praised His Own Govt’s Pandemic Approach
The Philippine President made the bold claim during his 2020 State of the Nation Address, amid growing concerns over his administration’s pandemic management and foreign policy shift towards China.
I would gladly cook for my friends and have the smell of meat stick to my hair for hours just to get these moments back.
In a Win for Duterte, the Philippine Congress Officially Shut Down the Country’s Largest News Network
President Rodrigo Duterte had repeatedly stated that he had a personal grudge against the network.
A Japanese Amusement Park Wants You to Keep Your Roller Coaster Screams ‘Inside Your Heart’ to Fight COVID
While the admonishment might not sound particularly fun, there could be a free one-day pass in it for those who can keep it together.
Filipinos are calling on their compatriots to #OustDuterteNow, as many continue to protest against the new law over fears it could be used to charge government critics as terrorists.
Who did he seek advice from after getting elected? What’s the real reason he’s on TikTok? What does he think about all those memes?
Wearing party hats and holding balloons, Filipinos rallied against a looming law that would allow the government to charge its critics as terrorists.
On Philippine Independence Day, VICE spoke with 19-year-old artist Frankie Pangilinan about what fighting for freedom looks like in 2020.
K-pop artists usually stay mum on social issues but many lent their support to the Black Lives Matter movement. Here’s why.