One can tell if someone is a Chinoy just by these 12 different things!
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Try the unique Asian dishes of this small business!
The Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants – De La Salle University Chapter (JPIA – DLSU) will hold EXCEED2021, the 10th edition of its annual accounting convention for business leaders this April 17 and 24 online via Zoom and YouTube.
UP College of Medicine clinical assistant professor Dr. Philip Niño Tan-Gatue said that the drug ivermectin, if not taken for its approved prescriptions — to treat parasites — can be very dangerous. Here’s why.
As the Oscars, also known as the Academy Awards, is fast approaching, it’s worth noting the Chinese who have dedicated their lives to the cinematic world and have been recognized and awarded at the prestigious ceremony. Here are some Chinese Oscar nominees and winners.
As a Chinese animated movie inspired by the country’s mythologies, beliefs, and religion, “Jiang Ziya: Legend of Deification” is an internationally acclaimed film that features a fictional take on the historical Chinese noble who shares the movie’s namesake. Find out if it’s worth watching here.
What makes a traditional Chinese breakfast? Find out our delicious recommendations here!
Dubbed as China’s Taylor Swift, Mandopop artist G.E.M. is shooting herself up all the way to the top of the Chinese music scene. Get to know her here.
Entrepreneurs are human beings too, and it’s important for them to avoid burnout. This rings true for Sofia Uy, an entrepreneur and senior high school student who owns Tin Sum MNL, which makes and sells authentic Hong Kong-style frozen dim sum. Check out her tips here.
Chef Rankin Cailles shares his experiences in discovering the sweeter side of the culinary world as he manages online pastry shop By Chef Kin. His dessert shop offers Mascarpone Tiramisu, Limoncello Tiramisu, and more. Indulge your sweet tooth and read on here.
What’s the secret to starting a fabulous and organic skincare brand? Sisters Irene and Ira Tan tell us. They’re owners of the skincare brand Rraw, which offers everything from body oils to sunblock for your self-care routine.
Discover which Hong Kong-based restaurant is no. 1 in Asia’s gastronomic scene. And check out the other Chinese favorites that have graced the prestigious Asia’s Best 50 Restaurants list here!
A townhouse is the perfect sweet spot for families looking for a better home. Here’s a checklist for what to consider — whether you’re a first-time buyer, looking for a second home, or downsizing.
The era of The Northern and Southern Dynasties, which lasted from 386-589 CE, was an era riddled with civil war and political chaos, but arts and culture flourished. Technology made great advancements, and Mahayana Buddhism and Daoism became widespread. Learn more here.
The “Four Wangs” refer to four acclaimed Chinese landscape painters that lived in the late Ming and early Qing periods and have the same surname. Find out more about these highly influential painters here.
Stephanie Sayson’s “Develop Me for We: A Personal Development” podcast inspires its listeners to reach their full potential. Sayson left her stable job in her early 20s to pursue this passion project. Looking to do the same? Find some inspiration through Sayson’s words of wisdom here.
In light of International Women’s Month and the continuing rise of C-Pop, we find that there is no better time than now to celebrate some of the most recognizable female names in Chinese entertainment. From the hottest girl groups to the most amazing solo artists, here are the queens who now rule over the C-Pop music industry.
Some say high school never ends. Graceans can attest to that as there are some things in a Gracean’s life that they can’t forget. More than Bible verses, math lessons and chorale competitions, here are 21 wonderful memories Graceans take with them even after they graduate.
The Jin Dynasty was short but impactful. Let’s dive into the Chinese dynasty that brought us ceramics and more.
The pandemic has left us seeking comfort now more than ever. Due to prolonged community quarantine, we want the things in our house to make us happy, give us peace of mind, and provide comfort. The sisters behind the brand, kun-kun, realized this and quickly worked on providing blankets to soothe and provide you with a restful sleep after a stressful day of work or school.
If you’re even the tiniest bit Chinese, there are Chinese traditions you can’t escape: Chinese New Year, the Mooncake Festival, birthday noodles, or even fireworks. Whether or not you follow these traditions, there may be some things of Chinese origins that you still find useful in your daily life.Here are some things that even non-traditional Chinoys may find helpful.
Abbey Sy is an artist, author, shop owner, and content creator. She has turned her talent and passion for the arts into a successful business. Here’s how she did it.