WATCH: ‘What The Fluff’ challenge between an OFW father and his child

It’s difficult to part ways with people you love. Especially when you’ll be gone for a long period of time.
Nafson Tolentino, an overseas Filipino worker (OFW) bound for Canada, shared on his Facebook how he found it greatly difficult to part with his family at the airport, particularly with his young son.

The post’s rough translation:

19 things smaller than Ant-Man

While it’s hard to find anything smaller than our tiny, ant-befriending, ex-convict-turned-superhero, we’ve found a few things that might just challenge how small he really is. Even the quantum realm is getting a run for its money with these very small things!
19. US President Trump’s self-control on Twitter

18. Also his hands

17. The amount of patience we have in the airport

16. Metro Manila sidewalks

15. Tempers during the Philippines-Australia basketball game

14. The amount of cellphone signal at any given moment in the Metro

FULL STORY: Poor kalesa horse seen lying down on the street

Tired of horsing around.
Haykal Salomon Lorena shared a photo in his Facebook account how he witnessed a poor, exhausted horse with a kalesa attached to him lying down on a street in Intramuros.

Some netizens posted in the comments section that the horse passed out from a heatstroke, others suggested that it was simply fatigue caused by carrying passengers.
Lorena shares to WHEN IN MANILA the full story behind the photo.

INSPIRING: This MMDA officer did a kind deed for this elderly passenger

There is faith in humanity!
A netizen and a fellow commuter named Ed Obretiv Dgies witnessed an MMDA officer extend a kind hand to an elderly passenger at the Alabang Bus station in Lawton just recently. He shared it through a Facebook post.

Rough translation:

Katherine’s Cafe Serves Dishes that Taste Like a Warm Hug

Are you a fan of comfort food – the kind that brings to memory sunny summer days spent in your nana’s home, or even ones that bring back memories of enjoying a hearty bowl of warm soup with friends while cold rain pours outside?
If your answer is ‘yes’, then you’ll be glad to know that there’s a new café in Quezon City that serves the real deal when it comes to comfort food: Katherine’s Café.

IV of Spades and Unique Salonga Release New Singles

In case you’ve been living under a rock, IV of Spades is one of the most sought-after Filipino bands of this year. They made headlines a couple of months ago when their vocalist Unique Salonga left the Filipino band around at the peak of their fame.

LOOK: The Set of the Moulin Rouge Musical is Spectacular (Spectacular)!

Who didn’t fall in love with the story of Christian and Satine in ‘Moulin Rouge’ when it came out in the cinemas back in 2001?

8 Stellar Musicals That Went From Stage to Screen

Words by: Danelle Go / GIFs by: Kathleen Yap

This Herbal Tea Helps Control Your Weight and Blood Sugar!

Don’t feel like today’s the day to start sweating at the gym? Can’t help but satisfy your sweet cravings? Well, you’re in luck!
GlucosCare has exactly what you need for your sugar craze and those lazy days—it’s an herbal tea with a special formulation that uses all-natural ingredients such as Gymnema Sylvestre (Sanskrit for “sugar destroyer”) and Camellia Sinensis (aka “green tea”) which both reduce sugar absorption in the gastrointestinal tract of the body, therefore regulating your blood sugar levels!

Did You Know That the Philippines is Running Out of Water?

Words and Graphics by: Michaela Acero / Photos by: Karl Batungbacal
Although it doesn’t even seem real, the eventuality of a huge Philippine water crisis gets closer everyday. You may be wondering, “What water crisis? There’s a water crisis approaching?” Yes, there is.
When we attended the Sustainability Summit 2018 press launch at Enderun Colleges, we were introduced to the harsh reality of the impending water crisis. We listened to the panelists talk about the urgency of this matter and how this year’s Sustainability Summit will focus exactly on this.


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