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Are your favorite brands here?
British market research firm YouGov recently released its Brand Index for 2020.Top Story: Nagging Wives Make Husbands Live Longer and HealthierEvery year, the firm scores brands by asking survey participants what they are most likely to recommend to acquaintances. The most recent data was ...
 
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Everyone's in a treat yo'self mood, apparently.
Practicing self-care has become a necessity during a pandemic. While some meditate and do yoga, there are a handful of people who make themselves feel good with gifts—so much so that a new study says Filipino intend to give themselves gifts for ...
 
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Welcome to the new normal of travel and hospitality.
It seems local tourism is back up and running. People are flocking to Tagaytay—and soon, Baguio—to travel safely and responsibly. Slowly, other destinations are welcoming guests again with safety protocols and precautions.Top Story: How To Spot Fake Rich People, According to the Truly ...
 
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According to the Institute for Management Development's Smart City Index 2020.
The Institute for Management Development's (IMD) Smart City Index for 2020 is out. And surprise, surprise: Once again, Manila is at the bottom—only, this year, we've dropped even more places from last year.Top Story: ABS-CBN Shutdown Wipes Out Half of Oscar Lopez's Fortune, While ...
 
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The last time this happened was in 1944.
After more than six months of lockdown, everyone is looking for something to look forward to. Look no further because in October, the skies will be blessed with two full moons: one on October 1 and another on October 31, also known ...
 
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The couple lives in an Ed Calma-designed, six-story, resort-like home in the middle of the city.
The world of society, business, and internet fame are all interconnected these days. And, at the center of it all is Small Laude, a socialite, entrepreneur, and a vlogger. Along with her husband Philip Laude, the couple navigates different industries with their ...
 
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It’s made with leather and palisander wood... and probably has magical powers or something.
From designer bikes, fluffy bedroom slippers, to absurd things like Supreme bricks, we thought we’d seen them all when it comes to luxury goods. Until now. Hermès just dropped its latest lifestyle product and it’s something we’d never thought we would ever witness in this lifetime: a luxury mahjong set. (We’ll ...
 
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Which one are you?
Gaming can give you a rush. People have a passion to win and, with that, comes a little aggression. If you thought it all depended on each person, however, you thought wrong. A new study says Xbox players are some of the ...
 
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Are you part of the majority?
We've hit the who's-even-keeping-track-of-the-months part of the quarantine. And, by now, it's clear some are thriving while working from home, and there are those that aren't quite fit for it.Top Story: Step Inside The Most Expensive Home in The WorldAccording to a new ...
 
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We're back in the '50s.
Good news: You can finally go back to watching movies at the mall. Notice how we didn't say 'in' because SM has brought back the idea of drive-in movie theaters in the Philippines.Top Story: 8 Great Monarchies and How They Fell From GraceSM first ...
 
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Compared to Android users.
A lot of things come into play when it comes to dating. Looks and personality are a given but, surprisingly, a new study reveals that your choice of phone matters, too.Top Story: 10 Money Lessons From Megastar Sharon CunetaAccording to CompareMyMobile, it's not ...
 
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According to the Times Higher Education World University Rankings.
The Times Higher Education (THE) has recently released the World University Rankings 2021.Top Story: 'Good Utang vs Bad Utang': 10 Money Lessons From Megastar Sharon CunetaFor the fifth year in a row, Oxford University figured in the top story for the THE's annual ranking. ...
 
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According to an interactive map that uses plate tectonic models.
Ever wonder what the Philippines look like way back then, say 50 million years ago? Well, now's your chance as a California paleontologist has created a map that uses geological models created by geologist and paleogeographer Christopher Scotese.Top Story: Backhanded, Condescending Remarks You May Not Realize ...
 
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Father Christmas hopes it will be over soon.
The Philippines' Christmas herald, balladeer Jose Mari Chan, knows the memes are ready to share come Sept. 1. He has one appeal: during this time of uncertainty brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, please keep it positive.Top story: Filipino Actors Who Married Into ...
 
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It's an afternoon of organizing, cleaning, and learning.
There's a certain level of Japanese minimalism that we all strive to achieve. After all, living life simply and clutter-free just seems more pleasant. Hell, it's why Marie Kondo's name is improperly used as a verb these days. (FYI: Konmari is the ...
 
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According to the Unisys Security Index.
Global information technology company Unisys has released its latest security index report, which studies consumer concerns. For 2020, the company noted that several nations' priorities have shifted due to the coronavirus outbreak, but the Philippines' remained relatively unchanged.Top Story: The Haunting Story Behind 'The Mansion' ...
 
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You need to know all the dangerous food for your best friend.
If you’re a new furparent like me, then you’re probably also gripped with the overwhelming anxiety over every little thing your puppy gets its paws on. Whether that’s chewing the wall, eating grass, or sniffing the toilet bowl, a puppy’s curiosity is ...
 
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From Hong Kong all the way to France, here's where you'll find monuments, landmarks, and historical markers featuring our national hero.
It's a little known fact that Jose Rizal has monuments all over the world. Sure, you may know about his plaque in Hong Kong or a monument dedicated to him in Spain, but we doubt you knew he had a lot more than that (so ...
 
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Closest observed by humans, sorry dinosaurs.
An asteroid the size of an SUV passed 1,830 miles (2,950 kilometers) above Earth, the closest asteroid ever observed passing by our planet, NASA said Tuesday.If it had been on a collision course with Earth, the asteroid -- named 2020 QG -- would likely not have caused any ...
 
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But wait, there’s more.
Here’s another study that will get your panties in a knot. According to a study by the Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, unattractive people consider themselves to be more attractive than they actually are.Top story: This CEO Grew Up Inside Bilibid. This is His StoryWhile unattractive ...
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