Philippines

Manila’s best vegan desserts: Pouring sweetness into compassion

Who can refuse desserts? Why, even vegans crave for their sweets! And guess what, there are plenty of dessert options today that do not use animal products such as dairy and eggs. There’s so much to choose from, that quite literally, you can already hold a competition for the best vegan desserts in the city! …

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Sure and steady run through the course, and to the toilets, on Day 2 and 3

Bontoc, Mountain Province, Philippines—Some noticeable effects of a 100% plant-based diet were already being felt as early as the 2nd day of the 5-day  “Project V360: The Bicycle and Vegan Food Trip”. And, shall we say, those effects are truly relieving. Apart from the noticeable energy boost the cyclists felt during the arduous climbs in …

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Apart from ‘brain drain’, PH also bound to suffer ‘muscle drain’ if the minimum wage for construction workers isn’t increased

The party-list group ACTS-OFW on March 2 has called for a P900-daily minimum wage for construction workers to help address a looming shortage due to migration. “We are losing a great deal of good construction laborers to other countries that are paying up to 10 times the P537 daily minimum wage in Metro Manila,” said …

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