Rappler's latest stories on New Year 2016
Aquino's Chinese New Year toast: To a 'strong, resilient, vibrant country'
Full text of President Aquino s message to the Chinese Filipino community on the celebration of the Lunar New Year 2016 – the Year of the Fire Monkey
Love forecast for 2016, Year of the Fire Monkey
Will you be lucky in love this 2016?
Feng shui forecast, tips for 2016, Year of the Fire Monkey
Find out which areas of your home or office to activate this year to to enhance your luck
CONVERSATION: Where will joy take you this year?
Let s celebrate individual journeys and hear everyone’s take on success inspiration and more
WATCH: Jessie J covers John Lennon's 'Imagine' in New Year's Eve countdown
The British singer serenades New York minutes before 2016
IN PHOTOS: PH stars welcome the new year, 2016
Kim Chiu John Prats Pia Wurtzbach and more bid 2015 goodbye
IN PHOTOS: New Year 2016 around the world
UPDATED See photos of New Year celebrations in Australia Paris Hong Kong Japan and more
New Year trash in Manila: 'Totally unacceptable'
EcoWaste Coalition says the holitrash after the New Year revelry can make one s stomach turn
What's in store for you this 2016, the Year of the Monkey?
Feng Shui expert Marites Allen gives us a glimpse at what s to come
CONVERSATION: For you, what would make a #WonderfulPH?
It’s the perfect time to set your goals for the next 12 months – and beyond
'Respect your lungs, don’t use fireworks'
Will Metro Manila welcome 2016 with dangerous levels of air pollution due to fireworks?
Firecracker-related injuries at 111, piccolo still main cause – DOH
Health officials say majority of the incidents involved children and Metro Manila residents
No firecrackers! Palace urges Filipinos to greet New Year with noisemakers
Most of the victims injured by firecrackers are 5 to 12 years old while piccolo remains the main cause of injuries
9 steps to keep pets trauma-free during New Year revelry
Our four legged friends particularly cats and dogs suffer in silence as firecrackers and fireworks of varying intensity are ignited says PAWS