The National Electrification Administration (NEA) is coordinating closely with the Department of Energy (DOE) in its performance assessment and audit on the Masbate Electric Cooperative, Inc. (MASELCO) to find appropriate solutions to address its cur
In marking International Museum Day (May 18), Senator Loren Legarda is encouraging everyone to discover the different aspects of the nation’s culture and history through our museums. Legarda, a staunch advocate of art and culture promotion, said th
Marbling is a way of creating marble-like patterns on paper by making ink float on water. Even if they come in patterns, no two designs are exactly the same. Do you want to see how it is made? Tech Insider shares a 1970s footage filmed at the Cockere
Can one be a professional athlete even if he has cerebral palsy? Runner’s World lets you meet the person who proved that this is possible. “My name is Justin Gallegos and I want to change the world through advocating for equal opportunity for dis
Miss Vietnam H’Hen Niê recently visited the Philippines and wowed Filipinos as she munched on “tuyo”(dried herring) and wore Filipiniana gowns. To those who may not be familiar with her, Archlight Media retells her story that wil
The Jr. NBA Philippines presented by Alaska returned for the second consecutive year to Fr. Saturnino Urios University in Butuan City on April 13-14 and identified six boys and three girls to represent Mindanao at the National Training Camp in Metro
How do you stop trash from going into the ocean? Latin American countries have found the solution in using biofences. The World Economic Forum shows how these special barriers are made and are being in Guatemala, Honduras and the Dominican Republic.