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That’s almost a full day’s shift.
At this point, internet access has long moved past privilege and is now into essential territory. Millions rely on it for work and productivity, especially during the pandemic. But just how pricey is internet in the Philippines in relation to how much ...
 
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Taytay isn’t the only one.
Last year, we wrote about a crater on Mars named after a Philippine town. We also wrote about all of the other stuff in space with a Filipino origin. As it turns out, there are more craters on Mars named after towns in ...
 
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It's the biggest China-funded infrastructure project in the Philippines so far.
An ambitious railway project that will link Subic Bay in Zambales to Clark in Pampanga has been signed between the governments of the Philippines and China.China will fund the single-track freight railway project that is estimated to cost $940 million (P45.18 billion) ...
 
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We can’t wait to travel again.
If you’re like us, you’re probably close to going mad since the lockdown effectively squelched our plans to freely travel anywhere that’s not in our immediate vicinity. But the vaccine is on its way (hopefully) and at this point, it’s only a ...
 
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The country might follow price increases in the US and other territories.
Netflix announced price increases in the US and other markets in late 2020, and some of those hikes have started being implemented this year. In America, a standard monthly subscription is going up $1 (about P48) from $12.99 (P624) to $13.99 (P672), while ...
 
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The Philippines is definitely Starbucks country.
We already know the story of the first Starbucks store in the Philippines: how it opened in 1997 at the 6750 building in Makati City, and that it was only the third international location for the Seattle, Washington-based coffee company. But how much ...
 
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A breakdown of all the big headlines in the startup community this year.
“Manila brims with entrepreneurial potential,” the Philippine entry in this year’s Global Startup Ecosystem Report (GSER) by Startup Genome reads. “The capital of the Philippines—reputed to be the world’s densest city—is filled with talent and innovative minds.” The statement pretty much sums up ...
 
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DOT’s latest stunt is a gamefied virtual tour of the country. 
This is what you get when you have a Tourism secretary who is a gamer and an avid player of Pokemon Go. The Department of Tourism (DOT) has launched a gamified virtual tour of the Philippines titled “Where in the Philippines is ...
 
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According to an international food site.
The Philippines may not exactly be one of the world’s top culinary capitals, but it’s good to know that we’re still in the radar as an off-the-beaten-track destination for food travelers. In fact, a survey conducted by international food website Chef’s Pencil ...
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