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Alibaba, BNP Paribas, Booking.com, IBM, L'Oreal and Uber were some of the high-profile companies to sign a pledge at the second 'Tech For Good' summit taking place in Paris
The newly launched book 'To Be in History: Dark Days of Authoritarianism' aims to remind Filipinos about the struggle for freedom during the Marcos regime
Sharjah is named as the 2019 World Book Capital under the recommendation of The International Publishers Associations and The International Federation of Library Association and Institutions
Almost 7 in 10 Filipino respondents in a report by the e-commerce platform say they buy at least one book a year
Fans of author André Aciman's novel will be able to spend more time with Elio and Oliver again in the sequel titled 'Find Me'
Bookworms, heads up! Get those wallets ready for March
Author Josh Malerman says that 'Bird Box 2' will focus more on the story of Malorie and the mysterious creatures
The Philippines confines terrorists on trial away from other types of crime suspects. Filipino and Australian researchers say this approach might only intensify the inmates' extremism.
Let's try to unpack what happened at this year's Oscars
Who else can say that she's the first ever female to win the Best Writer Eisner Award? Only Marjorie Liu, bestselling author of the 'Monstress' comic book series
‘Book of Enchantments’ will tell the origin stories of your favorite Disney villains – Ursula, Maleficent, and the Wicked Queen included
Critics see the civil rights dramedy 'Green Book' as 'whitesplaining' racial politics
The movie takes home 3 awards, including Best Supporting Actor for Mahershala Ali
The actor wins for his role in the movie 'Green Book'
The massive book sale opens in Manila for the second year in a row
Book Craft Publishing says it has yet to receive payment for educational supplies delivered to divisions of the Department of Education's Western Visayas office in 2005
The imprisoned Behrouz Boochani, a Kurd journalist and filmmaker, says he wrote his book 'No Friend But the Mountains: Writing from Manus Prison' bit-by-bit using WhatsApp
Say goodbye to shelf space, say hello to joy
The highly-awaited book sale is back in Manila from February 22 to March 4, bringing with it over 2 million new books and huge discounts
The Kahin Prize is given biennially to an 'outstanding scholar of Southeast Asian studies from any discipline or country specialization to recognize distinguished scholarly work on Southeast Asia beyond the author's first book'
Visprint published the work of authors such as Manix Abrera and Bob Ong
Nick Vallelonga was under fire for a 2015 tweet expressing support for false claims made by Trump that Muslims celebrated the 9/11 terror attacks
Wala na yatang nakaaalala na ang buwan ng Nobyembre ay Reading Month – kung paanong wala na ring nakakaalala kung paano magbasa nang marubdob, lalo na sa kagubatan ng social media
Which cameo appearance of the great Stan Lee was your favorite?
From why he changed his name, to how he almost quit writing comics – here are some interesting things to know about Stan Lee
Books tear down the walls of what society assumed to be fixed, or at least, could largely be demolished only by political or economic policies. Books are revolutionary in themselves.
Ryan Homan wants to help children develop the habit of reading books in Donsol, Sorsogon
The National Book Development Board and the Manila Critics Circle have announced 2017's best books published in the Philippines
The in-demand sequel to Mitch Albom’s worldwide best-seller, ‘The Five People You Meet in Heaven,' is sure to once again tug at your heartstrings
Jose Rizal’s Filipino translations of classic Andersen tales will now be available for the public to read
Only 1 of 10 Filipinos aged 18 years and above borrows books from libraries, according to the 2017 National Book Development Board readership survey
9 out of 10 Filipino kids spend over 13 hours per month reading 'non-school' books, says a National Book Development Board 2017 readership survey
'Contrary to the wrong information spreading online, the Trabaho bill will not remove the VAT and customs duties exemption on the publication, sale, and importation of books,' says the Department of Finance
The event is happening on September 22
Lea Salonga, Robert Lopez, and Clint Ramos are part of the list of 'Barangay to Broadway: Filipino American Theater History'
Whether you're hoarding books or doing your Christmas shopping early, this book sale's got you covered
Boris Joaquin and Renz Mansujeto will be signing copies of their book 'Project Purpose: Find Your Why to Find Your Way' at the 39th Manila International Book Fair
The best part? Admission is free for the bazaar, which runs from September 14-16.
The annual event – a treat for both educators and casual readers – will be held from September 12 to 16
Esteemed novelist Yan Lianke says Beijing needs to face up to its human rights issues, but visiting politicians 'don't really care about these things now'
Vice President Leni Robredo leads the launch in Makati City of the book 'Jesse Robredo: His Story,' written by award-winning author Criselda Yabes
The sale runs from August 10 to September 9
Interested readers can listen to the author, a veteran journalist and Rappler editor-at-large, and buy ‘Rock Solid: How the Philippines Won Its Maritime Case against China’ at these events in the Philippines and abroad
The comic convention is a celebration for the Pinoy geek community
The Tiny Trio take their Josie and the Pussycats cosplay to the next level
Grab says they will consider legal action if the allegations continue
If you want to dress up for AsiaPop Comicon but haven't been able to plan it, all you need are some wardrobe basics and your imagination
Former foreign secretary Albert del Rosario hits the defense chief for calling the Philippines' Hague victory 'empty'
Eddie Ybañez, Micab CEO, says the number of 'phantom bookings' has already reached 29,000 since June