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Recent articles by Anjo:

Fil-Am-directed film on gangs to highlight US racism against Asian Americans amid COVID-19

At 13 years old, Filipino-American Chris Soriano was hazed into a gang in his neighborhood in San Diego, California. → Read More

FACT CHECK: COVID-19 tracking site denies reporting 'resurrected' case in PH

An international coronavirus tracking website flagged satirical social media posts that mention it listing the 'resurrection' of a deceased COVID-19 case in the Philippines. → Read More

WATCH: Retrenched ABS-CBN employee composes song for Kapamilya fight

As thousands of ABS-CBN workers lose their jobs after August following Congress's denial of the network's broadcast franchise, many have been voicing out their call for ABS-CBN’s return to air both on social media and in the streets. → Read More

Artist draws smiles with doodles of ABS-CBN journalists, personalities

Drawing has been a stress reliever during the pandemic for Kelly Liwanag, a visual artist based in Santa Rosa, Laguna. → Read More

NAIA anti-trafficking offices placed on lockdown after 4 staff test positive for COVID-19

This came after 4 out of 18 NAIATFAT workers who underwent swab tests at the Philippine General Hospital 5 days earlier were found infected with COVID-19. → Read More

Makati gov't closes raided illegal POGO

The Makati City government has issued a closure order against an illegally-operating Philippine Offshore Gaming Operator (POGO) which was discovered by police and city personnel at a residential condominium last Monday. → Read More

Host KC Montero among 121 nabbed at police raid on Makati high-rise resto-bar

More than 100 Filipinos and foreigners were arrested by police for allegedly violating quarantine health restrictions at a raid on what they described as an illicit resto-bar in Makati City Sunday afternoon. → Read More

Better warning system along EDSA needed amid barrier-linked crashes, motorists say

The past 20 days saw a near-daily frequency of vehicles crashing into and even mowing down the concrete barriers, most of which occur at night. → Read More

Dozens of hopeful OFWs spend the night in NAIA in search for province-bound flights

Over 100 Filipinos spent the night outside the Ninoy Aquino International Airport after rumors that there are already domestic flights that could ferry them back to their provinces. → Read More

Late-night rains delay cash distribution for Mandaluyong residents facing total lockdown

A downpour Wednesday night forced hundreds of residents of Mandaluyong's biggest village to wait for hours in line to get cash aid from government before the city began a week-long total lockdown on Thursday to contain the spread of COVID-19. → Read More

Police trainee on first day on the job buys face mask for man who can't afford one

Rodel Nuyles hardly expected a small act of kindness would mark his first day on the field as a police trainee. → Read More

Free haircuts save hospital frontliners' looks, barbers' livelihood

Barbers and stylists in Metro Manila gave makeovers to healthworkers who are busy saving lives. → Read More

WATCH: Metro Manila 'uncrowded' during 1st month of quarantine

A month into the already extended enhanced community quarantine covering Luzon, the epicenter of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic in Metro Manila remains removed from its busy, traffic-congested previous reality. → Read More

A vegan kitchen's quest to bring healthy meals to frontliners

The Sexy Kitchen by B in Sta. Mesa, Manila, like many local food services throughout Luzon, stopped commercial operations since the beginning of the enhanced community quarantine in mid-March. → Read More

'Your Name' director thanks Filipino fans after movie's ABS-CBN re-airing trends online

Japanese animator and director Makoto Shinkai shared his gratitude to fans in the Philippines after a local television airing of his 2016 movie 'Your Name' topped the country's trending topics on Maundy Thursday. → Read More

571,000 Manila families to get rice subsidy for quarantine extension

Half a million families in the capital city will receive rice subsidies after the Holy Week to help tide them over during the extended Luzon lockdown, Mayor Isko Moreno said Thursday. → Read More

LOOK: Batangas students draw tributes, pen thanks to COVID-19 frontliners

It's a reimagining of health workers, police, and other frontliners in the fight against COVID-19 as the new Katipuneros. → Read More

Natural drink to boost immune system produced by Eastern Visayas State U for frontliners

A natural drink made from local fruits and vegetables intended to boost the immune system is among the products of a nationwide push among public universities to contribute to the fight against the novel coronavirus. → Read More

Students, teachers from all-girls school sing tributes for COVID-19 frontliners

Hoping to lift morale in the fight against COVID-19, the teachers and students of an all-girls school in Muntinlupa recorded a pair of spiritual songs for health workers and other frontliners. → Read More

Parañaque village residents patrol own streets with volunteer night watch

Wearing masks and riding motorcycles in the night, they might have caused alarm in the past. → Read More