JOHOR BAHRU, Malaysia — Respecting the rights of indigenous peoples and enhancing their participation in climate change processes play a crucial role in addressing climate change, indigenous representatives from Asia stressed Thursday.
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MANILA, Philippines — The United Kingdom government is offering 11 fully funded scholarship slots for women in Southeast Asia, including the Philippines, who wish to pursue a one-year master's degree in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) fields.
Here’s another problem that turns off foreign investors, and its solution does not call for amending the Constitution. Business class travelers – people with the type of money that can provide job-generating enterprises in the Philippines – have ranked the Ninoy Aquino International Airport as the fourth worst gateway in Asia and the Middle East.
MANILA, Philippines – Justin Quiban and Miguel Tabuena carded identical 71s as they both struggled on the unpredictable greens of the Al Mouj Golf course, trailing six strokes behind an in-form David Puig after 18 holes of the International Series Oman in Muscat Thursday.
MANILA, Philippines — The Philippines' reputation for having so-called “diploma mills” makes it vulnerable to the entry of substandard foreign universities if proposals to open up higher education to foreign ownership push through, an education expert warned during a Senate hearing on Charter change.
MANILA, Philippines — Korean singer Jisoo is the latest member of the girl group Blackpink to establish a label that will handle her solo projects.
Sen. Robinhood "Robin" C. Padilla on Wednesday upheld the Philippines' rights over Sabah by introducing an amendment to the proposed Philippine Maritime Zones Act.