Home to at least 80 million Catholics, the Philippines is the only predominantly Christian country in Asia aside from East Timor. Yet beyond the title of a “Catholic nation” there are smaller and less known Christian communities.
Fotosesemana, the first photo festival in the Philippines, was a welcome event to the growing number of working photographers in the country.
Top Ten Filipino Films You Should Watch. Copies of some of these films are really hard to come by but with a little perseverance, you might just get lucky.
Our nights always seem to be colored by things peculiar and bizarre, but this may be because we are still young.
You might have come across some of us amidst the stream of people that are out and about in the streets of Pasay Manila – We are the Golden Gays.
The smell of death was overpowering. A seemingly endless sea of debris made up the landscape in that part of the Philippines where the most powerful typhoon ever recorded by satellites made landfall.
‘Ennui’, born out of the loneliness of travel, is a reflection of my own photographic attempts – a silent challenge to myself and, hopefully, a prelude of more to come.
By IPA Alumni Hannah Reyes, Indigenous Transitions is a story of indigenous customs and traditions in Philippines and of change and passage.
Somnambulist is Yabao’s collection of these moments, captured in between places, in between full consciousness and dreamlike state, in between dreams and nightmares.
To kick off the new year, Invisible Ph t grapher Asia will be presenting a Southeast Asia Showcase at the Xishuangbanna Foto Festival, China 2014.
My name is Reinfredo Enrique Celis, village chairman of village 31 of Tacloban City. To all my wife’s brothers and sisters, I’m sorry for everything. I didn’t abandon her.
How would you feel if you were told you only had a few months to live? What would you say? How would you cope?
“Be the Reds!” was a phrase popularized for the Korean national football team with the color’s literal meaning to specifically show support and enthusiasm.
Poverty, conflict, corruption, and human rights violations are very much the images seen by the outside world about this country.
More than ten years have passed since I planted my feet in the heartland of Mindanao. I have returned to do a documentary about the people of the environmentally protected areas in Mindanao.