Rappler's latest stories on street vendors
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's words of encouragement spur people across China to set up street stalls, but many face stiff resistance from police
Street vendors are among those most affected by a Luzon lockdown
'They cannot always insist on what has been customary in the past when there is a directive from the national government that we are bound to uphold,' says Quezon City Mayor Joy Belmonte
The vendors will also be members of the Suki sa Kyusi club, which will give members access to workshops on entrepreneurial mindset, financial literacy, visual merchandising, and food safety
'Malinis na ang mga kalsada, pero pati ang bituka namin, malinis na,' says 80-year-old Norma Guillen
People Make Cities, a group of urbanists led by planner Julia Nebrija, hosts a discussion to answer: 'Who are our streets really for?'
This bubbly street vendor brings joy to passersby in Cebu City with his jokes and colorful costumes
What do the people selling candies cigarettes and water to protesters think about Ferdinand Marcos burial at the Libingan ng mga Bayani?
His brother does the same in another footbridge With their father in jail they sell sampaguitas so they could go to school
Surigao del Norte 2nd District Representative Robert Ace Barbers says his bill will help ease urban traffic
The stalls that festoon many streets have come to define one of Southeast Asia s most vibrant cities but are also prompting complaints from some Thais who decry them as hazards – raising questions over how the bustling capital uses its public space
Authorities always ask devotees and vendors not to bring their children to the festivities Yet many parents still bring their children and infants to Quiapo
Once a year carpenter Joel Tagana lives like a king thanks to the mass devotion to the Black Nazarene
Street vendors and small businesses are big winners during the Feast of the Black Nazarene when sales are up at least 6 fold – blessings they believe from the Mahal na Poon
Street vendors in Divisoria say the city government s new night market is not a well thought out plan The vice mayor says it s just birth pains for the betterment of the city