A public school in Taguig is the first in the Philippines to dress robots in toga to represent its graduates. The first in the world to do that was a university in Tokyo.
As we in mega Manila rush out to the streets and malls, the world-famous Japanese rock band urges fans to remain holed up at home the way they know best: through a music video
Musician Gen Hoshino launches a campaign urging Japanese people to stay home during the coronavirus pandemic, drawing big-name volunteers
What turns our morning coffee time from a leisurely sip into a hurried slurp? What makes us stay so late in the newsroom that our dogs forget what we smell like? I’d like to share that with you every Wednesday.
The Japanese comic book on the Philippines' national hero is a first in many ways for its artist, writer, and publisher
At 4 pm Manila time on Tuesday, June 19, the first of the 4-volume Japanese-style comics about the Philippine national hero will be available online for free
The Philippines' national flower is also the name of a shop in Japan's old capital, selling elegant bags and hats made of Philippine fibers and assembled by Filipino workers
It's been a year since the 2016 elections. Revisit Rappler's #PHvote microsite – it doesn't disappoint with the wealth of stories from that whirlwind of a day.
Young job hunters now are more fortunate than my generation: more LGUs offer summer placements, and national agencies announce actively on social media
Here's a wrap of the 5-day visit of Japanese Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko to the Philippines – with details that didn't make it to the news