Meet The Legendary Filipino Basketball Team Who Defeated China in Asian Olympics

By | 06/21/2016

Instead of China lording it over us, it was the other way around when Philippines first joined international basketball. The year was 1913, and basketball in the country was still in its formative years. Nonetheless, the Filipino cagers reigned supreme in the first ever Far Eastern Games–considered to be Asia’s version of Olympics–beating delegates from Japan and China.

8 Thrilling Facts You Didn’t Know About ‘Thrilla in Manila’

By | 06/05/2016

The finale of the Ali-Frazier boxing trilogy has become the pillar of the sport’s history and a yardstick that has defined how and what a great boxing match should be. Relive the historic moments and learn more about one of boxing history’s greatest fights with these 8 interesting ‘Thrilla in Manila’ facts.

Can You Answer These Tricky Pinoy Trivia Questions?

By | 03/30/2016

I hope these trivia questions will make you realize that reading should be done for pleasure, and that learning is a never-ending process regardless of the field you’re in. Make sure to share your score with your friends so we can turn this into an online Battle of the Brains!

10 Amazing Things We No Longer See In Pasig River

By | 03/18/2016

Pristine, majestic, and breathtaking. These are the adjectives used to describe Pasig River. But that was before people started dumping their wastes into the river. Today, the water is so dirty that one bucket from it would have been enough to wipe out the dinosaurs.

Fantastic 116-Year-Old Color Pictures of the Philippines

By | 01/18/2016

You probably have seen some of these photos already, but not with vibrant colors. And that makes this photo collection special: the natural colors make the pictures more real, bringing us back to the year 1899 when Philippine-American War was in its earliest stages.