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Suffer the Innocent

How a stateless seven-year-old boy, lost in the nameless streets of Japan, found his way home.

By Focus FeaturesDecember 18, 2016

Where Have All the Peryas Gone?

A longtime fixture of Pinoy festivity–the small town carnival–is walking on a tightrope to extinction. Focus Features travels to Pampanga to find the last of the peryantes

By Focus FeaturesDecember 11, 2016

A Fondness for the Filipino Fair

A “vanishing” venue for simple pleasures brings joy to the hearts of many

By Focus FeaturesDecember 11, 2016

A Season of Petrified Pets

Because Christmas is not only stressful for us but also four our four-legged friends

By Focus FeaturesDecember 4, 2016

Dogs on Duty

Your safety inside the mall is brought to you by a group of Labradors

By Focus FeaturesDecember 4, 2016

Positive and In Love

A young man and his partner discover that yes, there is life and happiness even with HIV.

By Focus FeaturesNovember 27, 2016

The Battle Against HIV in the Philippines Has a Long Way to Go

The affected include those as young as 15 years old, who are most vulnerable because of high-risk behavior and peer pressure.

By Focus FeaturesNovember 27, 2016

The Greatest Love of All

Having to undergo HIV testing may be one of the most daunting decisions a person with an “adventurous” sex life...

By Focus FeaturesNovember 26, 2016