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But ex-Ateneo School of Government dean Tony La Viña argues that lifting these constitutional restrictions would be 'very, very dangerous'
What we should be speeding up in the second half of the administration is more policy reform and economic growth, not changing parts and engines
Whether a book, movie, or play is written this year or before this century, many issues don't change
Film producer Ria Limjap and director Raya Martin talk to Coco Alcuaz about the joys and challenges of adapting the novel 'Smaller and Smaller Circles' for the big screen
Amid a boom in pet ownership and pampering – as well as rescuing and neutering dogs and cats – a dog trainer organizes a regular, supervised off-leash dog park
In this week's episode of 'What's The Big Idea?' with Coco Alcuaz, a canine behavior expert talks about what humans should do to keep dogs happy – making them man's best friend for life
In the aftermath of the war, Lyd Arguilla provided a home for some of the Philippines' greatest artists to create a new scene
Coco Alcuaz talks to art curators about how the Philippine Art Gallery was instrumental in the post-war modern art movement
Can a striking new building boost Ateneo s bid to make its students and the country more competitive in the tech and information race?
Ateneo president Fr Jett Villarin and Areté director Yael Buencamino talk to Coco Alcuaz about their vision, the educational revolution they hope to master, and the cultural boom they plan to spark
One of the biggest local craft beer pioneers mulls the competition attracted by the market s fast growth
Must-watch videos from this week
Two of the founders of Katipunan Craft Ales talk about challenges, sales, and survival tactics in the face of increasing competition in the craft beer industry
The Asian Institute of Management bets on data science as one way to reclaim its place among the top business schools in Asia
Coco Alcuaz speaks with AIM President and Dean Jikyeong Kang and her first recruit, Erika Legara about the school's bid for leadership in data science
The premium ice cream maker invested in export when the market was home all along
Carmen's Best Ice Cream all began because Paco Magsaysay's family-owned dairy farm was producing more milk than it could sell
The institution is using new technology and tested marketing techniques to draw more people to art culture and history
How did the big idea of Jose Rizal's execution in virtual reality evolve? How is technology changing the way curators present art and culture?
The National Commission of Culture and the Arts has finally bought the Metropolitan Theater and is in the first phase of resurrecting it
Weather Philippines Foundation has more than 800 automated weather stations around the country, generating localized data to help with disaster preparedness
Historian Rey Ileto says the 'boss mayor' embodied by President Rodrigo Duterte is an unintended legacy of the resistance against American occupation
Athletic and abrasive, Arsenio Lacson cut a towering figure in Manila as the 'tough-talking man with a big heart'
Coco Alcuaz finds out the big idea behind Professor Didith Rodrigo's children's books written for young girls
Coco Alcuaz talks to Bo's Coffee founder Steve Benitez about homegrown brew and becoming a platform for social enterprises
Mauro 'Malang' Santos passed away on June 10 at the age of 89. Find out more about the life and times of the artist through the eyes of those who knew him best
Coco Alcuaz sits down with former education secretary Bro. Armin Luistro, who talks about his next big passion
Today’s young professionals have more money to spend on food and drinks though not necessarily enough for a spacious apartment
Coco Alcuaz hosts 'What's The Big Idea?' – interviews to inspire thought and action