mWell, PH’s fastest-growing health app, announces National mWellness Day— the biggest online medical mission
mWell by Metro Pacific Investments Corporation (PSE: MPI) launches the biggest nationwide online medical mission, National mWellness Day, with volunteer doctors and health practitioners to provide free online consultation to Filipinos from all parts of the country via the mWell PH app on August 27-28, 2022. Now on its second year, National mWellness Day is […]
Transport Your Unaccompanied Pets Anywhere in PH With 2GO Travel
Pets can travel, too! Transport your beloved fur babies to major Philippine destinations aboard 2GO Travel, the largest premier sea travel provider in the country. The newly launched service aimed at bringing unaccompanied pets from origin to destination, was born out of necessity during this pandemic.
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”.
Award-winning Mindanaoan filmmaker Barbarona’s “The Highest Peak” and “Tu Pug Imatuy” on PPP4
Mindanaoan’s noted young filmmaker Arnel (Arbi among friends) Barbarona’s two films have stirred the filmmaking industry for the storyline and stark, haunting cinematography.
FDCP Unveils 10 Premium Films for Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino, PPP4 to screen at least 145 Titles
It’s a gathering of almost anything and everything Filipino in the 4th edition of the Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino (PPP) that features at least 145 titles — 67 full-length films and 78 short films.