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As a firm proponent of defying limits and pushing boundaries, Summit Natural Drinking Water joins the hour-long global switch-off for Earth Hour 2017 on Saturday.

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Luzviminda Santiago, a science teacher at the Makati High School, has dedicated 30 years of her life to teaching, and soon, she has to retire from her selfless profession. 

Bench founder and CEO Ben Chan brings Pietro Boselli, the world’s hottest mathematician/engineer who modeled for the recent Bench Fashion Week, to Marilag in Davao.

It was meant to send a message. And sure it did because who wouldn’t notice athletes and enthusiasts running with nothing but their underpants on. 

"You will always be the best mistake I’ve ever had. But I have no regrets."

"He didn't get to wave goodbye and see me for the last time. Instead, he looked for his phone in his pocket and sent me a message, 'Find it hard to say it in person but <3 you too."

To improve one's luck this Year of the Fire Rooster, feng shui master Aldric Dalumpines shared some tips on how to know the feng shui meanings of the digits that correspond with one’s personal information.

MANILA, Philippines — Thailand's Miss Universe representative on Tuesday made a buzz on social media when her send-off photo showing her 17 suitcases went viral.

Miss Thailand Chalita Sunsanee traveled via Thai Airways with her 17 suitcases containing all her paraphernalia for the 65th Miss Universe pageant slated January 30. She arrived in the country on Tuesday evening.

Netizens noticed Sunsanee’s photos and drew speculations on the content of her suitcases.

Looking overwhelmed by the attention, yet resplendent in an elaborate fuchsia dress and gleaming tiara, Rubi Ibarra celebrated her 15th birthday on Monday in a rural Mexican village after the invitation to the event by her father went viral and made her the toast of the country.

The MEALenium Project, started by two high school children, now feeds 1,000 children from Payatas whose performance in school and in life are imperiled because of improper nutrition and shortage of food.

Filipino social worker and teacher Efren Peñaflorida Jr. and Filipino-American midwife Robin Lim were nominated to become the first CNN SuperHero.

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