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Ramon Sta. Ana's words are slurred, but whatever voice is left of him, he uses to convince others to protect the environment
Horseback archery was common for thousands of years in hunting and warfare but declined with the introduction of modern combat gear

‘COVID priest’ in central Philippines offers hope to dying patients

The still unvaccinated priest admitted that he was afraid during the early days in his new assignment

Delhi’s choked roads worsen India’s toxic smog crisis

The sprawling megacity of 20 million people is regularly ranked the world's most polluted capital

Volunteer pedicurists help Hong Kong’s elderly

While Hong Kong has a public healthcare system, many complain they have to wait for long periods to be seen

Photos: ‘Red Wednesday’ in the Philippines

Cathedrals, churches, monuments, and public buildings around the Philippines were bathed in red light in observance of ‘Red Wednesday’

Little-known nut helps Indonesian farmers build sustainable forest economy

Through an enterprise set up by the village authorities, residents are harvesting and selling kenari, a mineral-rich nut

Muslim mason sculpts shrines for Bangladesh’s Hindu dead

Hindus account for about 10 percent of the majority-Muslim nation's 169 million people

Photos: Philippines’ Feast of Christ the King in the ‘new normal’

Instead of a religious procession around communities, a motorcade is held to mark the Solemnity of the Feast of Christ the King

Photos: Claretians mark 75 years of missionary service in the Philippines

The Claretians celebrated its 75 years of presence in the Philippines on November 20, 2021

What’s next after COP26: Notes, observations, promises

For Filipino delegates at COP26, their pursuit for climate justice will continue in their respective campaigns in the coming months

In Pakistan, Christians are ‘the poorest of the poor’

Christians in Pakistan are “the poorest of the poor,” a bishop said, and many do not see any hope for their future

‘Dark future’: The distress of Afghan women who can no longer...

The United Nations predicts half of Afghanistan's population could run out of food during the long, cold winter

‘New world order’: Asia’s virtual influencers offer metaverse glimpse

Artificial intelligence creations are establishing a foothold worldwide in the lucrative influencer market

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