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DNX Culture | Love, life, and corona

He is 26, a fresh architect, with looks that could rival a movie star’s.  She, on the other hand, is fresh out of college, a face model for a derma clinic.

DNX CULTURE | EID AL ADHA : The feast of sacrifice

Eid al-Adha, or the ‘festival of sacrifice’, is a religious ritual for Muslims marking the end of the pilgrimage to Mecca (hajj).

Rabiya “constantly” climbing the ladder towards the crown

Every step Rabiya takes is a step up, and she is “constantly climbing” that every day.

DNX Lifestyle | Ramadan stories: Of resilience, hope, and faith

I memorized the greeting as we entered the gated entrance of the urban settlement nestled right next to a bone-white mosque. A few meters away, a mounted bullhorn was blasting the prayer to the rest of the community.

What are the origins of Labor Day?

It is once again Labor Day, the day for workers all over the world to celebrate THEIR day, as they enjoy the non-working holiday.

Vintage: Wearable Art

"You don't have to be an artist to appreciate art." So said Lean Torres, co-owner of Season Pass. Season Pass is a vintage store based in...

DNX CULTURE | Ramadan : A Young Woman’s Reflection

Ramadan is the time for reflection, for fasting, for giving back.

DNX Culture | Owling in the City

Daylight had not yet broken and the sky was still inky black with a hint of purple and pink outlining the silhouette of the sleeping Mt. Mandalagan in the east. I stepped out of the cemented street and into the dirt road leading into the tall grass. I approached a man standing on the dirt with his back towards me. “Good morning! Seen anything yet?” I asked.

Argao: A window to the past

Before the Spanish colonial period, dwellings were already evident in Argao based on archeological findings.

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