Audrey N. Carpio
Features Editor, Esquire Philippines
 
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The trans woman in the Philippine government has been hailed by international media as an inspiration and a challenger.
 
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He gave fair warning of Yolanda's rage, but did anyone listen? And now, we're killing off his department.
 
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13 years ago, he asked himself, "Where do I go from here?"
 
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Art becomes protest as this exhibit draws attention to this administration’s brutal War on Drugs and the culture of casual misogyny the President reinforces.
 
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Salvaged from a cruel dogfighting ring, the Laguna pitbulls are now fighting a social stigma that’s branded them as vicious. But they just want to be loved.
 
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In the theater of digital war, Mocha Uson is winning far more hearts and minds (and likes and clicks) than legitimate news outlets through her unrepentantly pro-Duterte blog. Is she really all that bad?
 
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She’s gotten into trouble before. She doesn’t quite follow the rules, nor the script that’s been laid out for a talent like her. For Sarah, everything is falling into its right place.
 
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The painter/provocateur talks about the rise of auction stars, the ruin of the art scene, and the role of drugs in society.
 
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Coworking spaces represent the future of working. We put the spotlight on a pioneering enclave in Southern Manila.
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