Sylvester Stallone is Set to Star in the Next “Rambo”


As they say, age is but a number. It’s certainly true for actor Sylvester Stallone, who is set to star in the next and final Rambo film.
Watch the trailer of Rambo: Last Blood below:

In Rambo: Last Blood, the 72 year old Stallone returns as John J. Rambo, who goes to Mexico to save a friend’s daughter who has been kidnapped by the Mexican cartel.

Happiness Expert Says That Women Are Actually Happier Without A Spouse Or Children

We’ve already talked about the stigma of Filipina women needing to ‘find a husband and settle down’ to be truly fulfilled — and categorically shut that line of thought down, thank you very much. But beyond our personal beliefs that this is an old-fashioned notion is also the scientific rejection of it. Apparently, evidence coming from the American Time Use Survey (ATUS) shows that women end up with happier, more fulfilled lives when unmarried and independent. 

This Dog Might Just Be The Most Adorable Durian Farmer In The World

Jubjib is a golden retriever who has been helping her family out at their durian farm since she was a puppy in 2014. Their farm is located in the Nonthaburi province of Thailand. Her Facebook page describes her duties as overseeing the quality of the harvest and keeping her humans’ company. 

Filipina CEO awarded with prestigious award in the US

In the 2019 Cartier Women’s Initiative Awards held in California, Filipina CEO of InvestED, Carmina Bayombong, was recognized as one of the seven South Asia and Oceania laureates. The ceremony was given last May 3, 2019, at San Francisco’s Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture.
Carmina, the investED co-founder, was recognized for her student loans business that gives underprivileged students the chance to finish a degree through an investment platform wherein it uses a proprietary credit rating algorithm.

3 Things to Learn from Heart Evangelista’s Closet Tour

So… Heart Evangelista recently uploaded her most-requested video — her walk-in closet tour! And girl, we’re telling you… We are still in awe!
Also, little did we know, we got interesting learnings from it. Something we can all take note and can be applied in our lives (or closet or wherever you think it should be).
3. Nude pumps are your go-to footwear.
Screenshot from YouTube – Love Marie Escudero

Malaysia’s Last Male Sumatran Rhino Has Died, Leaving Less Than 80 In The World

The Sumatran Rhino was once a heavily settled species in Asia. They could be found anywhere from the Himalayas to South East Asia. Today, it is believed that only 30 to 80 Sumatran rhinos remain in the wild after suffering through the human actions of poaching and deforestation. 

Mindanao indigenous clothing is heading to London museum

This is big! The Davao Fashion Design Council or DFDC was invited to supply traditional pieces of Mindanao’s indigenous groups to the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) in London, which happens to be one of the largest collections of art and design masterpieces.
Photo from the Davao Fashion Design Council

Being Burned Out is Now a Medical Condition According to WHO

For the first time ever, the World Health Organization recognized “burn-out” in the International Classification of Diseases or ICD. This is widely used for diagnosis and health insurers.
Photo from Unsplash

5 Pinoy LGBTQ+ Indie Films to Binge-Watch this Pride Month

If we’re going to be completely honest, our country still has a long way to go when it comes to LGBTQ+ rights. That’s why we Pinoys mostly just turn our stories into movies so that we can bravely explore and share some real-life LGBTQ+ experiences.
For this year’s Pride Month, we’ve rounded up 5 Pinoy LGBTQ+ indie films that presented challenges on societal norms and pushing boundaries in how we see the love and our fellow human beings.
5. Die Beautiful by Jun Robles Luna

Philippine Eagles are Being Sent to Singapore for Their Conservation

There are only around 400 pairs of Philippine Eagles left in the world, making them a critically endangered species. With the continued loss of its natural habitat here in the Philippines due to deforestation, alternative habitats have been necessary for their survival. One such alternative is Singapore’s Jurong Bird Park. 

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