Strong winds and heavy rains are now affecting Roxas Boulevard, Manila in the Philippines because Typhoon #GlendaPH with international name Rammasun. Metro Manila, the country’s capital, is currently under Public Storm Warning Signal #3. Video taken by GMA News reporter, Hadji Rieta on Instagram.
We never stop being what we were, young. We don’t shed that young self, we just put on other skins, one cover after another, but somewhere in us still that self we were before we fell, before we started covering ourselves. And all of the rest of our lives we’re trying to go back, we’re looking for it, what we lost.
- Nick Joaquin (Candido’s Apocalypse)
The President of the United States, Barack Obama, visited the Philippines April 28 - 29, 2014, his last stop on a seven-day tour of Asia . Here are some fast facts you might not know about him yet.
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Today is united-nations's International Day of Happiness! Spread good vibes, Kapuso! Have a #HappyDay!
Hundreds of people celebrated the coming springtime in traditional Indian fashion on Sunday, March 16, at the annual Holi Festival at the Mall of Asia in Pasay City. Photo by Danny Pata, GMA News Online
Puppy love: Ang siyensiya sa likod ng teenage attraction
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TODAY IN HISTORY: In 1942, under orders from U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt, General Douglas MacArthur and his family left Corregidor in a PT boat to head for Mindanao, where a plane would take them to Australia.
ABOVE, from the U.S. National Archives: Gen. MacArthur and his chief of staff Maj. Gen. Richard Sutherland in Corregidor on March 1, 1942.
To all women out there, author Diane Mariechild has a little reminder for you.
Months after the devastation brought by Typhoon Yolanda, children help their parents rebuild their homes by transporting wood across Lake Danao in Ormoc City. Photo by Karlos Manlupig, GMA News Online
This one goes out to all Filipinas. President Manuel L. Quezon (CENTER) signs the Women’s Suffrage Bill following the 1937 plebiscite, as his wife Aurora Aragon Quezon (LEFT) looks on. Also witnessing this historic moment were Speaker Jose Yulo, Executive Secretary Jorge B. Vargas and Vice President Sergio Osmeña.
Leaders of the feminist movement such as Pura Villanueva Kalaw, Judge Natividad Almeda Lopez, Josefa Jara Martinez, and Asuncion Perez were also present.
- Women in government: a PCDSPO tribute to the women who have served in public office over the years
DID YOU KNOW: By virtue of Proclamation 227, s. 1988, every March is declared as “Women’s Role in History Month.” So for all the ladies on tumblr: Celebrate! This is your month. Make a little time to learn a bit about the women of our history and how women have shaped our history.
Participants in the Color Dash are splattered with dye after finishing the five-kilometer run in Bonifacio Global City in Taguig City on Sunday, March 2. Photo by Danny Pata, GMA News Online
A dancer from Tribu K’Mindanawan, a cultural village in Davao City, performs a fire dance during a fire-prevention activity at the Crocodile Park in Pasay City on Sunday March 2, 2014. Photo by Danny Pata, GMA News Online
Muntinlupa formed ‘largest’ human PHL Flag for world record on Saturday, March 1, 2014, coincides with city’s 19th cityhood anniversary. Photo by Danny Pata, GMA News Online
Honest Pinoy cab driver returns AUD1,000. Photo by Ariel Fernandez, GMA News Online