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Mico Suayan worked on the exclusive Comic Odyssey cover variant, featuring Filipina Marvel superheroine Wave, for War of the Realms: New Agents of Atlas.
 
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Tomas Cloma was a navigator, a dreamer, and a lawyer. Most of all, he was a patriot.
 
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From opportunistic generals to kangaroo courts, some things don’t seem to change.
 
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Malacañang’s regal halls, gleaming floors of wood, and reinforced walls belie a history of humble beginnings and constant changes.
 
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Clark's, the first ice cream shop in the Philippines, was the coolest place in turn-of-the-20th-century Manila.
 
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In a quest for 'likes' and 'subscribers', a generation of wannabe YouTube stars embarked on ever more dangerous pranks - with disastrous consequences. In an extract from his new book YouTubers, Esquire contributor Chris Stokel-Walker tells the story of 'Dammit Boy', a Desert Eagle pistol and life ruined in pursuit of a new kind of celebrity
 
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From fighting for the eight-hour work day to ending exploitation, workers around the world unite on May 1 to lose the chains that bind.
 
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CREATED WITH AVON PHILIPPINES
We need to break male stereotypes—these men tell us why.
 
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There is an entire baggage of dark history and reprehensible revisionism that comes with that, as well as pretty bad optics.
 
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As a firebrand, Del Pilar operated with blasphemous humor to wage war on the friars.
 
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They might not be Filipino, but they believed in the country.
 
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Described as skilled warriors and also beautiful women, the female Huks broke barriers.
 
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How one of the most powerful class of Filipinos came to an end
 
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And is the end to the suffering in sight?
 
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For the residents of Lupang Ramos in Dasmariñas, Cavite, 372 hectares of agricultural land hold 30 years of struggle for agrarian reform.
 
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The lifelong advocate of gender equality was also a National Scientist and an eminent historian.
 
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The recent influx of historical documents by auction houses is changing how we view our history.
 
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In an excerpt from his book, “Passages,” photojournalist Gabriel Malvar writes about the majestic southern archipelago after his visit in 2013.
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