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Filipino-Korean streaming platform offers 1-peso subscription for the first month!

AQ Prime Entertainment is a streaming company that offers original and legacy Filipino movies, rent-to-view on-demand shows, pay-per-view live events, and cable channel subscriptions. Set to go live in June 2022, AQ Prime provides thousands of hours of streaming entertainment on all smartphones and TVs across the Philippines, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, South Korea, and North America.

Mindanao Art 2021 sneak peek

I went out and headed to Poblacion a few days ago, which held the Mindanao Art Exhibit 2021, a gathering of talented artists all over Mindanao. Stunning artworks to view all over two floors.

Five things that will get us pumped up for “Space Jam : A New Legacy”

Your favorite Tune Squad is back on the hardcourt, this time teaming up with
the four-time NBA champion and the king himself, LeBron James, for another
out of this world high-stakes basketball game in Warner Bros.’ modern take on
the beloved animated hoops classic with “Space Jam: A New Legacy”.

mWell, PH’s First Fully-Integrated Health & Wellness App Rolls Out the first Nationwide Virtual Medical Mission

Better healthcare access for Filipinos becomes a reality as mWell, the country’s first fully integrated health & wellness mobile app by Metro Pacific Health Tech, makes history with the first and largest nationwide virtual medical mission in the Philippines – the National mWellness Day.

Project Epanaw: Journey of the 101 tribes of the Philippines

Project Epanaw is an ambitious project initiated by the National Commission on Indigenous People (NCIP) Chairperson Allen Arat Capuyan to help the Philippines’ 101 beautiful tribes gain more recognition, respect and support.

Bagane Fiola’s “Wailings in the Forest (Baboy Halas)” on PPP4

Bagane “Bagsy” Fiola, a talented Mindanaoan filmmaker who hails from Davao City, had conceptualized “Baboy Halas” back in 2016 during a documentary shoot in the Cotabato Province of Southern Philippines. A fable recounted by a former rebel commander whose storytelling skills were passed on through generations from his Moro ancestors, inspired Fiola to write “Wailings in the Forest”.