Author: Karren Delgado

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Be Confidently Filipina With These Statement Pieces From Shop Scoop Asia

Wear shirts that scream Gandang Kulay Filipina and bucket hats that own how to love your skin. Shop Scoop Asia! The feedback on our Gandang Kulay collection has made our month, and we’re glad you loved our products! Every woman is empowered by different things, and rightfully so.  Some women are empowered by leaving their […]

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A Hassle-Free Summer at Port Barton!

Summer’s just around the corner, ladies!  Unfortunately, despite travel restrictions loosening up a bit, we all know summer this year’s still going to be different. Remember when all we had to worry about was our budget and deciding on where to go? The sky was the limit. Still, though—the hassle of planning out a trip […]

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Score these 100% Palaweño-Made Cashews in Palawan Local Market

Do you often catch yourself holding a fork while watching your favorite series on Netflix? Or do you ever catch yourself having difficulty concentrating on work when you have nothing to chew on? Stress causes a handful of people to ignore their hunger cues and abstain from eating for long periods of time, however for […]

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The Importance of Having a Reliable Support System in Life

“When the night has come, and the land is dark, and the moon is the only light we’ll see, no I won’t be afraid, oh, I won’t be afraid, just as long as you stand, stand by me.” Did you sing along too? (If you don’t know the song–well, you should. It’s a good song. […]

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Why is Weight Loss an Automatic Compliment?

[Trigger Warning: Mental Illness]  “Uy, pumayat ka!” feels so good to hear! I mean, it is an automatic compliment after all—isn’t it? We as a society have been complimenting people who have lost weight and constantly encourage them to continue, however, when we do this, we don’t always realize that we probably have no clue […]

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Things We’re Thankful for That Happened in 2020

Was 2020 a chapter that we would all like to go back to someday? Probably not (okay, most likely not), but what would happen to our character development if we didn’t at least appreciate the good within the bad?  I can’t blame you if you’re unaware of all the positive things that happened this year; […]

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Women in Technology: Revising the Gender Gap

According to the Global Gender Gap Report, remaining to be the top country in Asia in terms of closing the gender gap is the Philippines. The Philippines has closed roughly 78% of its overall gender gap, however, despite these statistics, it is a known fact that women are still quite at a disadvantage. Women are […]

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The Beauty of Christmas in the Philippines

Christmas in the Philippines has been known to have the world’s longest Christmas celebration.  The holidays in the Philippines start once the “BER” (September, October, November, December) months begin––yes, that’s right, we get into the Christmas vibe even before we start thinking about Halloween.  Christmas in the Philippines can look somewhat like the celebrations we […]

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WiTech: Breaking Gender Stereotypes Through Technology

Who says you can’t start changing the world at just fifteen?  Audrey Pe, founder of Women in Technology Organization (Or in its official abbreviation, “WiTech), started the organization when she was a sophomore in high school.  WiTech’s mission is to educate, inspire, and the youth to break gender stereotypes, and make a difference using technology.  […]

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Crash Course: The History of Women’s Rights in the Philippines

After doing some research, I’ve found out that to my surprise, the position of the Philippines with regard to women’s rights is relatively developed compared to many other nations. Currently, the Philippines has the Republic Act No. 9710, which is the act providing for the Magna Carta of Women.  Section 2 of the act states […]

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