The Dance of the Flaming Arseholes – Before hot yoga, there was this workout

Singapore’s reputation as a safe, clean and efficient nation is something the city worked hard to attain. And many visitors hardly look beyond the conglomerate of fancy and sanitized buildings. But there is a lot that... Read More

Something’s Brewing – Three Waves of Coffee

Today, coffee is a culinary experience. It is not just your morning wake-up call or after-dinner-with-dessert beverage. Homage is paid to its origin, brewing methods and all the nuances of its flavor. But why has coff... Read More

Amazing Local Dishes: Singapore bite by bite

“Live to eat, not eat to live” probably best describes Singaporeans’ attitude towards food. Chicken rice, rich and nutty satay, sweet and sour rojak, spicy BBQ sambal stingray: there’s no better way to get into ... Read More

Cinema Centenario: Maginhawa Boasts Its Newest Theater In The Neighbourhood

Maginhawa is an undisputed foodie destination in Quezon City. From fantastic street food to authentic cocktail bars, you can indulge your taste buds infinitely in this charming neighborhood. Book-lovers on a budget wi... Read More

Cuaderno Fil-Mex Book Café: A Haven for Foodies and Book Lovers

My late night thoughts include one constant self-debate to find out what is better: the smell of good food or the smell of books. Squeezed in the middle of the bustling Estrada Street in Malate, Manila is a café-slash... Read More

Neighbourhood Focus: Everton Park is Singapore’s hidden little foodie enclave.

Very few of the original establishments in Everton Park still serve their initial purpose. It is amazing to see, that amidst the drastic cultural makeovers the neighbourhood had gone through, it still managed to keep ... Read More

Isobel Francisco: It’s your time to “Bloom”

The Bloom Arts Festival is a perfect combination of rush, bliss and delight, rooted in the most powerful form of connection – art. They say Filipinos were born martyrs and fighters but it is certain that creativ... Read More

Ida Anduyan: Getting The Best Of Both Worlds

Scroll through your Discover section on Instagram and get your eyes glued to photos of influential bloggers posing furiously in front of the Metro’s flashing lights and rapidly changing skyline.  Manila is of course c... Read More

Película-Pelikula: Film Festival To Showcase Deeply Rooted Spanish-Philippine History

Spanish cinema has plenty to be proud of. From Pedro Almodóvar to Alejandro Amenábar, Spanish directors have won the film critics’ hearts and the appraisal of international audiences, with a handful of Oscars to top i... Read More

Saab Magalona On The Job: Having The Best Of Not Just Both Worlds

A wise man once said, “Follow your passion and you will never have to work a day in your life.” While that speaks so much truth, it’s easier said than done because it can be difficult to figure out ways on how to mix ... Read More