A year after it was first published, Evalyn Ursua's "Why the Philippines Needs A Divorce Law" continues to dominate our site's daily traffic.
Renowned journalist Ken Kashiwahara accompanied his brother-in-law Ninoy Aquino on the martyr’s final trip home and witnessed his last moments.
Virgilio de la Victoria on why the sign said “Positively No Filipinos Allowed”.
Raymond Virata highlights international artists who put their own spin on a Filipino favorite.
Patricio Abinales thinks there is something funny and hypocritical about how some Filipinos are ready to take up arms and join the embattled followers of the Sultan of Sulu in Sabah.
Criselda Yabes on Floren Herrera who, after finishing as a distinguished cadet at West Point, must now deal with a future in the Philippine military.
Dedette Santiago on where to find home collectibles at dirt-cheap prices.
Nid Anima on the superstitions to heed when building your home.
Again, you’re not on these lists. Better luck next time. If at first you don’t succeed, yada, yada.
2. Going Home
Why former actress Lotis Key loves to go back home twice a year.
And the most read story in Positively Filipino:
Evalyn Ursua on the issue of divorce after the heated reproductive health debate.