Ma. Clarissa Concio-Tiglao

Writer

Clarissa is a former Managing Editor at GRID. Being part of the all-female band of motoheads, The Litas of MNL, has Conch riding more often. Although she now spends most of her time in the corporate industry, Conch still makes it a point to nourish her soul through long bike rides with her hubby, music, and writing for GRID. She lives in Taguig with two cats, two guitars and a pilot.

A walk through Taal Heritage Town tells us more about the heroes of the Philippine revolution, and the people preserving their legacy.
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If These Walls Could Talk

A walk through Taal Heritage Town tells us more about the heroes of the Philippine revolution, and the people preserving their legacy.

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If These Walls Could Talk

A walk through Taal Heritage Town tells us more about the heroes of the Philippine revolution, and the people preserving their legacy.

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Aboard the latest Lexus UX, Team GRID takes a trip down to the southernmost tip of Luzon and finds comfort and luxury in designs made one with nature.
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Searching for Siama

Aboard the latest Lexus UX, Team GRID takes a trip down to the southernmost tip of Luzon and finds comfort and luxury in designs made one with nature.

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These days, Boracay is far from the secluded island paradise it once was, but—for better or worse—its people still believe in the magic it has to offer.
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Letters From Boracay

These days, Boracay is far from the secluded island paradise it once was, but—for better or worse—its people still believe in the magic it has to offer.

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Taking the right shot with Jes Aznar and Veejay Villafranca

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Dark Mountain, Part II: A Fathomless Frontier

Inseparable from the coordinated effort to protect Tubbataha is the quest to understand it. To scientists from around the world, the faraway atoll presents a bottomless mystery, offering answers that lead only to more questions.‍

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