Composing fates

Zeny May Dy Recidoro
In Accidents of Composition, Bobis explores often visceral experiences in her poetry; how global events and natural calamities have changed the course of human lives to the seemingly invisible events in a kitchen foretelling a historical event.

Filipino singing duo wins YouTube’s first talent competition

Robert A. Vergara Jr.
Philippines represent!

Here’s how you can score a year’s supply of Tsuta ramen!

SparkUp
The world’s first Michelin‑starred ramen restaurant is opening in Manila and prizes await the first 100 in line.

Consumer self‑care packet: Holiday Cheer

SparkUp
A little insight on where you should spend your Christmas bonus, that will leave you feeling revived.

Weekend Watch: Ballet Manila’s Snow White

Lucia Edna P. de Guzman
In the words of prima ballerina Lisa Macuja‑Elizalde, ballet is a perfect art form to retell fairy tales.

Bad day? Here’s how you can show up fresh for work tomorrow

Pola Esguerra del Monte
If you find it humanly impossible to find inner peace, why not start from the outside and pull the glow in?

Get Woke! Active Vista Human Rights Festival

Lucia Edna P. de Guzman
Active Vista celebrates the days leading to Human Rights Day with these indie film screenings.

Self‑care Packet Vol. 6: Breathe

SparkUp
We’re all thrilled about the historical passage of the Comprehensive Mental Health Act in the House of Representatives. Here are little things you can do to celebrate.

Heads up, guys! The House just passed the Comprehensive Mental Health Act

Lucia Edna P. de Guzman
The House of Representatives approved today House Bill 6452 with 223 affirmative votes, no negative votes and zero abstentions.

Five Things to Know about the Philippine Mental Health Community

Rissa Coronel
Here are five things to know about the incredibly diverse Philippine mental health community.

Weekend Watch: Ikarus Theatre Collaborative’s Bastion

Lucia Edna P. de Guzman
Marikina‑based theater stages a play that questions just how far you’ll go to survive.

Eight reasons why the Mental Health Law must be passed ASAP

Rissa Coronel
This Christmas season, mental health professionals and advocates alike have only one thing on their wish list: the passage of a Philippine Mental Health Law.
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