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Back in the ‘50s, Filipino soldiers fought for South Korea.
Before the Korean cultural wave, the Philippines was already tied to Korea—this time through blood and battle instead of K-dramas and K-pop.A few years after World War II ended, it was North Korea's turn to stoke conflict when it started invading beyond the ...
 
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We just know you've seen at least one K-drama this quarantine.
Much like K-pop, Filipinos have been enamored with K-dramas, even before the pandemic started. What started as Tagalog-dubbed versions in TV networks have morphed into counterfeit DVDs, and now in various streaming platforms. It seems like now is the perfect time to ...
 
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A crash course on history, sans revisionism.
On the 21st of September in 1972, then-President Ferdinand Marcos declared Martial Law in the Philippines. It’s been almost five decades since that dark day, and we commemorate those who fell victim to the atrocities of that time. Some would argue that ...
 
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It’s not at all like history class.
The history of the Philippines boasts countless narratives, although not all of them get time in the spotlight. These pieces of history get buried somewhere in the abyss of ancient documents and accounts. So what happens to them? That’s where The Colonial Dept comes in.  Created ...
 
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The musician, designer, and writer is now a filmmaker.
In the 10th episode of the Lonely Hearts podcast with Esquire's editor at large Sarge Lacuesta, we talked to Kate Torralba, the multi-talented artist, musician, designer, writer, and now, filmmaker.In this episode, Torralba mused about the early beginnings of her music career as a piano prodigy at only ...
 
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'What we have over here, we have talent, and we have passion.'
In the second episode of the Esquire Sessions Live podcast, where we record our favorite conversations with local musicians, we talked to 23-year-old singer and songwriter Inigo Pascual, who opened up about his sophomore album Options, growing up in the U.S., and his ...
 
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And how synchronicity factors into it.
Joey Ayala is pretty much the closest thing we have to a living legend. For over 40 years, he’s gifted us with consistently brilliant music while promoting causes close to his heart along the way, one of which is his well-known love ...
 
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This podcast delves deep into the untold history of the Philippines.
Not very many people know the British once ruled Manila. That's because it is largely left out of history textbooks in the Philippines. Lio Mangubat breathes life into the lost histories of the Philippines through Occupy Pilipinas, a podcast about history. Chapter 1: When ...
 
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A podcast to keep you woke.
Environmentalism, gender equality, politics, and war. These are just some of the topics tackled by Woke Up PH, a weekly podcast created with the intention of keeping today’s Filipino youth informed on current, relevant, and pressing issues.The podcast aims to address people’s ...
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