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Breaking down all the colorful characters on the presidential line of succession.
While the passing of Queen Elizabeth II in September brought an end to the 70-year-long Second Elizabethan Era—news that unsurprisingly rocked the world—the death of the world leader hardly introduced a new age of messy and chaotic political times, as the deaths of political figures have been, ...
 
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Now he plans to grow the restaurant to multiple branches nationwide.
Lester Yu grew up in Binondo in Manila and used to visit his grandmother who also lived in the area. He remembers her taking him to eat noodles for merienda at Ling Nam, a Chinese restaurant which opened its first store in ...
 
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Mother of all meatballs.
When the mother of all Ikea stores opened in the Philippines, it gave us biggest selection of Scandinavian furniture around the world. And Filipinos have been crazy about this whole Ikeafication movement ever since. It's not clout chasing. It's a lifestyle. Yes, this ...
 
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Part 2 of The 100 Most Powerful People in the Philippines List.
Power isn’t always obvious, but often you can sense its presence. It’s in how the dynamics of a room changes when a VIP walks in. It’s what causes goosebumps when someone is delivering an impassioned speech. And it’s how we calibrate our ...
 
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Part 1 of The 100 Most Powerful People in the Philippines List.
Power isn’t always obvious, but often you can sense its presence. It’s in how the dynamic of a room changes when a VIP walks in. It’s what causes goosebumps when someone is delivering an impassioned speech. And it’s how we calibrate our ...
 
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This Philippine startup is focusing on all of Southeast Asia.
Filipino startup CloudEats is going international as it sets its sights on Southeast Asian expansion. The startup recently raised $7 million (P410 million) from its Series A extension round that was led by London-based VC Nordstar, which previously backed cloud kitchens Curefoods in India ...
 
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Cinema is not my passion. It’s my purpose.
When people hear the word “cinephile,” the first thing that comes to mind is usually someone who rambles endlessly about obscure film references from a time long gone like the ‘40s. A pretentious snob who talks about watching films (yes, “films,” never ...
 
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A brewing weekend oasis with a fresh (emphasis on fresh) twist.
Somebody from the '60s must've rolled their eyes when they heard about the idea of farm-to-table. While the whole movement might trace its roots from as far back as the 1910s, it only started to be taken seriously by, well, hippies. Eventually ...
 
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Exciting new technologies are leveling up the possibilities on water power—but the climate crisis is working in the other direction.
We’ve heard an awful lot of awful news when it comes to the climate crisis. But there are also very smart people working on clever ways for us to dig ourselves out of the hole we’re in. UNAPOCALYPSE is a series from Esquire that ...
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