Chinese New Year, or also known as Lunar New Year, is the most celebrated holiday of the Chinese community in China and abroad. So it is not very surprising that in the Philippines, a country which has centuries of ties with China, the celebrations are looked forward too. The Chinese New Year celebrations are big in the Megacity! Celebrate the Chinese New Year on the 28th of January!
Being away from home and living in a different country strips you of that sense of protection and security. Panic, anxiety or depression ultimately strikes if you don't deal with the problem sooner. The results can be disastrous, with some resorting to isolating themselves from the world or worse.
There will be a lot of changes in the coming days and possibly the next six years. Here are the things that Megacitizens should expect from the Duterte administration.
Tired of the daily traffic in the Metro? Why not carpool? Now you can do this through an app and all we can say is, it's wunderful!
The island province of Cebu is composed of 167 islands and islets surrounding a larger land mass where the capital Cebu City is located. If you are planning to visit Cebu this summer, take a look at this Megacitizen guide.
Are you ready for 2016? If you are spending the year in Manila and in different parts of the Philippines, take a look at the holidays, festivals, events, and concerts coming to the country this year.
Revelers garbed in distinctively colorful costumes with bare bodies painted in black soot take to the streets to the riotous and frenzied beats of drums celebrating the feast of El Señor Sto. Niño.
See something funny, amazing or just really "Pinoy" (typical Filipino)? Just snap a quick picture, send it to us, and win a Megacitizens Manila Mug!
A rock comedy musical using the songs of Aegis will tackle Filipino resilience, or how the country faces and resolves compromising situations, whether this be a natural disaster or a broken heart.
South Korea's capital is a bustling Megacity of 10 million people, with a metropolitan area of more than 25 million. However, crowdedness, noise and traffic are not as bad as in many other cities, thanks to an excellent transport infrastructure and a high number of recreational areas and quiet temples. Korea and the Philippines have strong ties, with many Koreans coming to the Philippines to study English, work, or enjoy the beaches. 90,000 Koreans live in the Philippines, and 45,000 Filipinos live in South Korea, and there are many flight connections between Seoul and Manila.
French national and long-time Metro Manila resident Jean-Marc Freihuber, founder of City Kart Racing in Circuit Makati, tells Megacitizens.com how upset he was the first time he saw Boracay, the moment he fell in love with Bohol, the time he found the love of his life, and when he decided the Philippines felt home, and will always feel home, to him.
Korean girld band 2NE1 will come back to perform in Manila on May 17, 2014 at SM Mall of Asia!
PULP Live World proudly invites you to witness the return of the original Kings of Melodeath, CHILDREN OF BODOM, this May 12, 2014 at the Skydome, SM City North Edsa, Quezon City.
Want cute things for your baby? Then the 5th Babypalooza Bazaar is for you!