Meet the giant clam, the building block of our oceans

These clams are considered custodians of the reef: They provide food as well as lodging to fish.   If we...

By Jayvee FernandezApril 23, 2017

Seeing new life in an old building

A New Life to Old Buildings

Slowly but surely, conservationists are getting heard and noticed for their work on preserving and integrating old buildings into our...

By Anson YuApril 16, 2017


Quo Vadis Veterans?

The state of Filipino soldiers and guerrillas of WWII   “There is no greater honor than to die for one’s...

By Raymund Magno GarlitosApril 9, 2017

A WWII veteran

The Last of the Guerrillas

A WWII veteran shares his story of heroism to inspire the young At 92, Liberato Gagalac Sandoy has worn different...

By Raymund Magno GarlitosApril 9, 2017

Poster boy

For The Country

Lolo Vic is a ‘Bayani. Beterano. Pilipino!’ At 100 years of age, Colonel Vicente F. Alhambra, Sr. PC, (Ret) is...

By Raymund Magno GarlitosApril 9, 2017

Livin La Vida Manila

The Dream of a Livable City As cities continue to drive economic growth in most countries, they have become increasingly...

By Jing lejanoApril 2, 2017

Being Judy

As a feminist and former martial law activist, DSWD Secretary Judy Taguiwalo has earned a reputation for being driven, upright,...

By Focus FeaturesMarch 26, 2017

Culture against smoking

Smoke at your own risk—the Davao City model

87,600 Filipinos die every year of tobacco-related diseases   ‘It really could feel like everyone who is not a smoker...

By Focus FeaturesMarch 19, 2017


More Than A Woman

‘Though I tend to be typecast with LGBT rights, I want to assure everyone that my heart and my advocacy...

By Focus FeaturesMarch 12, 2017

Women's Issues

This is How the Philippines Fares in Women’s Issues Compared to the Rest of the World

Global Gender Gap Index 2016 Top Ten Rank Country 1 Iceland. For the eighth consecutive year, Iceland takes the number...

By Focus FeaturesMarch 5, 2017