Viva Sto. Niño: List of Festivals Honoring the Child Jesus

To Filipinos, the first month of the year is not just for the celebration of the New Year. As a country dominated by the Christian religion, January is also the month of Santo Niño or the Holy Infant Jesus. The Origin The wooden image of the Sto. Niño is the oldest religious image in our…

Throwback: 90’s Kids’ Most Well-Loved Street Games

Childhood years are the happiest period in people’s life. These are the times when one’s physical stamina, playfulness, enthusiasm, and curiosity are at their peak. For many Filipinos, street games seem to have been a “regular” part of their childhood—and synonymous with it, if I may add. In fact, young Pinoys come to learn and…

Throwback: The Most Loved Toys from the 90s

Born in mid-80s, I consider myself a “batang 90s” for this is the decade when I became aware of the things around me. Also, this is the stage when I became physically active—I was a restless child, they say. I have lots of great memories of 1990s, which I can still vividly recall today. One…

Twelve Most Well-Loved Snacks of the ’90s

Let’s have a snack-filled throwback Friday! 1. Iced Gem Admit it, we usually eat the biscuit first and save the “icing” afterwards for more munching! 2. Butter Coconut We usually prefer a cracker or biscuit with spread, but Nissin’s butter coconut biscuits are the exemption to this rule. 3. Snacku Even as kids, we knew this snack wasn’t…

Music Throwback: The Most Popular Dance Hits of the ‘90s

Hosting a ‘90s themed party or just want to reminisce the days when smartphones are not yet a necessity? Here’s the list of the most popular dance hits that should be playing in your stereo sets: 1. “Vogue” – Madonna (1990) – topped the charts in over 30 countries and became the world’s best-selling single…