One popular Chinese writer on WeChat, Mi Meng, earns as much as 500,000 yuan (P3.8M) for ad postings on her account. Another, Qiao Mu, receives around 1,000 yuan (P7,500) in app-enabled tips for each short essay
Self-immolation is regularly used as a protest against China's actions in Tibet
Hamadou Laminou ends with a double-double of with 21 points, 13 rebounds to give the General their first win
Perpetual Help plays with maroon jerseys on, but Benilde argues the Altas should have worn their white uniform
This is 'the first time US Pacific Command-directed B-1B Lancers have conducted combined training with JASDF fighters at night,' the statement from the US Pacific Air Forces Public Affairs office reads
The company's founder livestreams himself catching a ride in a semi-autonomous car on the way to a conference for developers hoping to learn about the software giant's new artificial intelligence initiatives
The DSWD thanks the many groups and individuals who continue to send goods and cash to victims of the Marawi conflict
'What ultimately saves 'Dear Other Self' is its depiction of the complicated dynamics between a woman of clear ambitions and the family she needs to support'
The UST Growling Tigers end their losing streak with an 8-point win against the UPHSD Altas
Australia is the only other country, aside from US, that has a visiting forces agreement with the Philippines
The new film starring Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla is 'too committed to formula to have any relevance other than as a diversion'
The comprehensive program of the University of Perpetual Help Bilibid Extension School seeks to help in the rehabilitation of medium-risk prisoners through education, livelihood, skills training and development
Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla return to the big screen in a romantic comedy directed by Mae Cruz-Alviar
President Rodrigo Duterte's pronouncements of dislike for US makes the country's relations with Japan very crucial
There's a plan to invite President Rodrigo Duterte to visit JS Izumo when it makes a port call in Subic, according to Japanese media
Japan's State Minister for Defense says the Philippines is a politically important nation because it is located in the sea line of communication to Japan
The TC-90s from Japan complement the air assets of the ill-equipped Philippine Navy
Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo are back with a new romcom!
Israeli media report the deal is the largest ever cross-border acquisition for an Israeli tech firm
The Arellano Chiefs Squad garners a total of 218 points to stun the 9-time champion Perps Squad
Uber won't say no to a challenge but engineering manager Matt Sweeney says the technology has to get smarter first before it can be deployed in chaotic traffic
Tech companies are testing self-driving cars in the US. Will it ever come to Manila?
Artificial intelligence is being tested to identify suicide posts on Facebook
The first batch of 2 TC-90 maritime patrol aircraft is arriving on March 27
Waymo's lawsuit contends Anthony Levandowski in December 2015 downloaded more than 14,000 proprietary files from a highly confidential design server to a laptop
The venture with Argo AI will employ leading engineers and 'roboticists' to develop a 'virtual driver' system, described by Ford officials as the 'brain' of an autonomous vehicle
Join us as we discuss self love with Plump's founders, twins Stacy and Danah Gutierrez!
We urge the government to heed the call of IPs to stop the militarization of their communities and to grant political prisoners unconditional amnesty'
The 6-foot-7 Akhuetie is expected to see action come UAAP Season 81 following a year of residency
At the Redemptorist Church of Baclaran, photographs of the human toll of the war on drugs greet churchgoers in the week before Christmas
At the Shrine of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, the brutality of extrajudicial killings becomes the image of Christmas
California state officials revoke registrations for Uber's self-driving cars
What are the biggest discoveries and ideas in science this year? The Mind Movers of the Mind Museum list down some of the most important ones from the past 12 months.
The Commission on Audit says putting the names and faces of politicians on government signboards is against the law
The Tax Whiz tackles everything entrepreneurs need to know about taxes, including whether taxes are due even if a company is unprofitable, local business taxes, and important deadlines
The HyperAdapt 1.0 is Nike's first shoe to incorporate automated shoe lacing
San Beda will meet Arellano University in a best-of-3 series to decide the NCAA Season 92 champions
'With each successful generation (of a product) it becomes harder. The question becomes, 'What's the next big thing?' and it's not clear what that is going to be.'
San Beda's Robert Bolick is tight-lipped on the team's next adjustments
Gab Dagangon leads Perpetual with 27 points and hits the go-ahead lay-up to seal the win for his team
All is not smooth-sailing in Las Piñas after Perpetual's big man and head coach get into a physical clash
"Right now, too many people die on our roads – 35,200 last year alone – with 94% of those the result of human error or choice," says the US President.
Apple fuels speculation about it automotive ambitions this year with a billion-dollar investment in Chinese ride-sharing powerhouse Didi Chuxing
Sometimes, selfies mean more than OOTDs and obligatory daily social media updates
'I tend to brush off the bullies and not let words cut through my skin, but I can still the remember the rage inside me when a snooty boy pointed at a garbage can and told me that's where I belonged because of how dark and dirty I was.'
The 'robo-taxi service' is being tested at a small research campus well away from the thrum of the Asian business hub