Born in Hong Kong, from the Philippines, and currently living in New York, Nicola writes about family, the ocean, and the (non)fiction that is the Philippine postcolonial identity. She is a graduate teaching fellow for the Creative Writing Program at Columbia University.
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.Read More >>
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.
This is the decades-long story of how the Filipino divers who made Tubbataha famous–at the cost of unsustainable fishing nearly destroying the reef–helped establish one of the most successful marine parks in the Philippines.Read More >>
Up north in Baguio, Solana Perez knows how to embrace the wild, having grown up with horses all her life.Read More >>
The choice to go organic is about more than meeting consumer demand. As it turns out, what’s good for us is good for our local farmers, as well.Read More >>
Sandwiched between the mountains and the sea, Borongan is spoiled for choice when it comes to their food. Dive into the seaside sweets and salty treats of the city.Read More >>
Photography can be a solitary practice. In a conversation with Fotomoto’s Gio Panlilio, Team GRID traces how his journey led him to create platforms for the wider community.Read More >>
Manila's glory days may be a distant memory but it doesn't mean that the city is bereft of splendor. Concerted efforts by its dedicated residents ensure that Manila’s colorful history isn’t forgotten.Read More >>
Weave through the streets of Ermita, Malate, and Binondo on a mouthwatering adventure of the districts’ gastronomic delights that will leave you hungry for more.Read More >>