Check out these three home-based food businesses you can support and source as your holiday gifts — guaranteed to bring cheers and smiles this Christmas and New Year.
Author: Grace C. Diez
There’s more to Philippine fabric than meets the eye and social entrepreneur Anya Lim tells the story.
NewsFeed 360 is sharing some amazing apps on your phone (and on the web) that are either extremely helpful and life-changing or simply too wonderful to ignore.
Hot on the heels of Trese’s recent Netflix debut, NewsFeed 360 talked to the comic book’s creator Budjette Tan about how Alexandra Trese made it into mainstream pop culture, the potential of Philippines’ creative economy, and his thoughts as a storyteller in today’s landscape.
As Zambales re-opens for tourism, it is shaping up to be another exciting time to make new travel plans. NewsFeed 360 invites you to zero in on the province’s quiet yet charming small town of Botolan.
Perhaps positivity amid an ongoing pandemic is toxic expectation. After all, it’s valid and human to feel all kinds of fear, anxiety and uncertainty in this global crisis. But we all need to calm down, pick ourselves up and find ways to rise above this crippling situation.
Philippines, like the rest of the world, is enduring tough times but NewsFeed 360 is here to inspire and remind you how blessed we are as Filipinos from the perspective of foreigner vloggers we also adore (and whose channels we binge-watch!).
For Cristina Agustin and Leslie Ong Hay-Cua, who both gave birth at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, they’re not just new moms. They are the “new normal” moms who had to take care of their newborns a little differently than the usual.
NewsFeed 360 comes up with a list of “hidden gems” for outdoor and well-ventilated dining that you can safely explore (depending on quarantine status) while enjoying good food and supporting the F&B industry in these challenging times.
Aside from romantic love, a great Valentine story can also come in the form of loving yourself — by taking care of your health and getting to know the second deadliest disease not only in the Philippines but also in the world: stroke.