Lately, TikTok has been responsible for giving us different trends, dance challenges, cooking tips and hilarious contents. It has been giving us different information that we never thought we needed in the first place. Ever since TikTok became popular, different sub-TikToks have emerged on the platform. One of them that’s slowly taking over the For […]
British author Kazuo Ishiguro could win his second Booker Prize after judges Tuesday named him among 13 finalists on this year’s longlist.
TikTok is a popular social media platform, known for creating a number of trends like art challenges, dance challenges, ASMR videos, and even hilarious clips reminiscent of Vines that can give you a good laugh. But it looks like TikTok is capable of much more — it can even empower the book industry. BookTok is a […]
The paranormal crime and investigation story seen in the Netflix series Trese sums up how Philippine mythology is deserving of recognition for shaping our culture even in today’s modern times. In addition to the original comic book series, you might want to try reading these locally authored books to get a sense of what and […]
In 2022, Margaret Atwood will release her latest work, “Burning Questions,” a collection of essays tackling the most pertinent issues.
Best served hot with a cup of steaming rice, boiled egg, and in the company of family, adobo is a beloved dish at the heart of many Filipino communities. For something so delicious and comforting, it’s definitely a killer delicacy— perhaps in more ways than one. Fil-Am writer Mia P Manansala takes the expression “to die for” to […]
HBO’s ‘Euphoria’ has become a cult favorite with its provocative cinematic treatment and audiences are excited to see what’s next. While we wait on Season 2, fans can look forward to learning more about the Emmy-winning show with a set of hardbound screenplays. A24 recently teased on their Instagram that official ‘Euphoria’ merchandise would be making its way […]
Are schools and libraries in the United States protected from censorship? Not according to the American Library Association.
The study notes a decline in reading aloud with 3 to 7 year olds. Following this period, parents stop “reading stories” to their kids.