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By Rizza Ypil Now under construction, Urban Deca Tower EDSA is a condominium tower that developer 8990 Holdings Inc. calls a condo perfect for micro-living, especially among single persons, college students, and young professionals.  It’s near Makati and Ortigas—two of the major business, entertainment, and lifestyle districts in the country.

By Sahar Nathalie Gasemi, Mechelle Gonzales How is living in Muntinlupa ideal for those working in Alabang, Muntinlupa, and Parañaque areas? Muntinlupa City is getting a lot of attention nowadays, especially from home buyers. Long been the home of exclusive villages, mixed-use townships, and upscale shopping centers, the city is

By Rizza Ypil, Mechelle Gonzales Art: John Angelo Sergio Find out what life has in store for you in the year of the fire rooster! ROOSTER Career: Work hard In 2017, the rooster is unlucky and needs to work hard. But there are two stars that can help you succeed,

By Deanlord Garolacan Online property search portal shot its 2016 Christmas video, “KIKO, Story of the First Parol,” at the Holy Child Chapel located at the Philippine Marine Corps, Bonifacio Naval Station, in Taguig City. (VIEW VIDEO) picked the chapel because of its peaceful, positive ambiance and its

By Mechelle Gonzales Help KIKO light his way to the church. KIKO, the game, is based on the story of the first parol (VIEW VIDEO). Tricia Marie Tuico, one of its co-creators, said “KIKO, the game, was inspired by popular games “Limbo” and “Super Mario’.” In the game, KIKO is

By Mary Joy Reyes The Christmas season in the Philippines won’t be as exciting without the bright, twinkling, and colorful traditional Christmas lantern called the parol. The history of the parol is considered to have begun during the Spanish colonial period in the Philippines when the Spaniards introduced Christianity to

  Can you finish this “Quiz Game: Are You Ready to Buy a House?” in five minutes or less?

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Text: Alene Joy Alcabasa|Photos: John Angelo Sergio Manila, Philippines–A visit to the Philippine School of Interior Design (PSID) Class of 2016 “Evolution” exhibition gives you the impression of time travel to “the Past, the Present, and the Future.” These must-see exhibition booths are on display until next Monday, October 31, at

Living in a place close to nature is both relaxing and peaceful.  However, it will sometimes require you to give up convenient living because there are places close to nature that lack access to the modern man’s basic needs such as electricity and the Internet.  Fortunately, in the Philippines, there