A recent performance by the Loboc Children’s Choir in Australia has earned them a thunderous applause from the audience at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), a report on “Balitanghali” said Thursday.
A hearing impairment was no obstacle for a young psychology student in bringing honor to the Philippines in a recent international youth leaders’ gathering in Vietnam.
The Kahayag Dance Company, a community-based dance group from Dumaguete City, won the grand prize at the 2015 International Youth Fellowship World Cultural Dance Festival in Jeonju, South Korea on Friday.
A Filipina has been appointed to head New York City’s Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC), the New York Times reported on Monday (US time).
Filipina classical-contemporary guitar trio “Triple Fret” brought honor to the country after topping the 27th Japan Guitar Ensemble Festival last June 28 in Tokyo, the Philippine embassy there said Tuesday.
Janet Susan R. Nepales, GMA Network’s correspondent in Los Angeles, has won third prize in the Best Columnist or Critic-International category of the Los Angeles Press Club’s Annual Southern California Journalism Awards held recently at the Biltmore Hotel.
Two Filipinos were voted into Canada’s annual list of Top 25 Immigrants for inspiring fellow migrants with years of dedicated community service.
Raul Pangalangan, former dean of the University of the Philippines College of Law, was elected to the International Criminal Court (ICC) on Wednesday.
The works of famed Filipino artist Fernando Kabigting were featured at the Philippine Center New York Gallery to recognize his decades-long career and also as part of the Philippine Consulate’s celebration of Philippine Independence Day.
At 68, a Filipino woman has just proven that it was not too late to win an international beauty title. Ludivina Lelim Nacionales bested 31 candidates from different countries to bag the Classic Mrs. Asia International 2015 title in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia last week, GMA News’ 24 Oras reported Friday.