• Tracing Back Chinese Roots In Filipino Culture

    Situated at the heart of Manila, Philippines is the humble yet progressively evolving district called Binondo – also known to many as the world’s oldest Chinatown. It comes as no surprise that this quintessential town of ...

  • Japan’s Plan To Counter Rising China

    The Senkaku archipelago, which is a Japanese-administered chain of islands, is located about 200km to the southwest of Okinawa, which is one of the prefecture islands of Japan. Originally the archipelago was annexed by Japan when ...

  • Religion In Japan: Where Shinto And Buddhism Meet

    A trip to Japan will never be complete without paying a visit to at least one of its beautiful shrines and temples. In a land where approximately 70,000 Buddhist temples and 80,000 Shinto shrines exist, it’s ...

  • Map of Senkaku / Diaoyu

    China-Japan tensionsby Bill Gertz U.S. officials are monitoring rising tensions between China and Japan over Japan’s detention of a Chinese fishing boat captain who is accused of ramming his boat into two Japanese patrol boats near ...

  • Bathala, Filipino/Tagalog God (Mythology) Tribute

    Click here to view the original image of 800x1038px. According to the indigenous religious beliefs of the Tagalog people, Bathala (sometimes spelled Batala) is the all-mighty deity who created the universe.[1][2] A descriptive honorific is often ...

Tracing Back Chinese Roots In Filipino Culture

Situated at the heart of Manila, Philippines is the humble yet progressively evolving district called Binondo – also known to many as the world’s oldest Chinatown. It comes as no surprise that this quintessential town of ...