Dragon dancers snake their way down the streets of Binondo to usher in good luck in the Year of the Rooster
Manila Mayor Joseph Estrada, together with the Chinese Ambassador to the Philippines Zhao Jianhua, lead the new year's eve countdown at Plaza San Lorenzo Ruiz
The President's late father, Senator Ninoy Aquino, had a rule for the family after Sunday Mass: 'Ang hindi marunong gumamit ng chopsticks, ‘di puwedeng kumain'
Two Chinese nationals are also arrested over the counterfeit sunglasses, which include fake Ray-Bans and Oakleys
Some members of the Chinese-Filipino and Binondo community are, however, unhappy with the newly-inaugurated Chinatown arch
The new arch, poised to be the biggest in the world at 30 meters long, is set to be completed in time for Manila Day on June 24
The lion princes aren't after big earnings. For them, it's about a poor teenager's dream
Planning to visit different Chinatowns in the Philippines? Rappler lists down where you'll see them.
The Filipino-Chinese community ushers in the Year of the Sheep, as it awaits a new arch – said to be the biggest in the world – for Manila's Chinatown
(UPDATED) Step away from your go-to restaurant for a day and explore Binondo for tasty treats just waiting to be discovered
Now-suspended US senator Leland Yee pleads not guilty to charges of bribery and plotting to smuggle guns to the Philippines
Dragon dancers are a fixture in Chinese New Year celebrations. They are supposed to bring good luck.
Drawn by the roaring Chinese drums and the banging cymbals, they dance and sway to the rhythm. Being Chinese dragon dancers has become their life.
'Maynila sa mga Kuko ng Liwanag' still thrives in its critical acclaim almost 40 years after its release
Re-electionist Manila Vice Mayor Isko Moreno accuses Mayor Alfredo Lim of stealing credit for projects he did not implement
The company attributed the robust numbers to a hike in earnings per share and rental income.
Rappler's John Javellana takes us through the sights of Chinatown in Manila as the Filipino-Chinese community celebrates the Lunar New Year
A mere change in her village's name, albeit unofficially, has inspired this young girl to be more involved in her community
It happens every year, but ushering the Chinese New Year at the Lucky Chinatown Mall this year was done with a talent extravaganza
'Many who are perceived by others as Chinese do not even see themselves as Chinese.'
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See Manila's Chinatown through your stomach on the eve of Chinese New Year