16 7 / 2013

A man climbs a 4-meter-high giant folding chair on display along E. Rodriguez Sr. Avenue in Quezon City. The chair, made of teak wood, is displayed to promote products of a local furniture store in the area. (See original photo)

A man climbs a 4-meter-high giant folding chair on display along E. Rodriguez Sr. Avenue in Quezon City. The chair, made of teak wood, is displayed to promote products of a local furniture store in the area. (See original photo)

01 7 / 2013

Under Tullahan bridge along Commonwealth Avenue in Quezon City lies a small community composed of about 9 households living directly beneath the bridge. There were more families living there before 2009, but when tropical storm Ondoy flooded the whole of Metro Manila, this community was one of those severely affected, prompting the local government to relocate most of them. Some of them opted to stay. This is their story.

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23 7 / 2012

PROTESTERS GATHER BEFORE SONAPhoto by Fernando Sepe, Jr. for ABS-CBNnews.comProtesters burn an image of President Aquino as they converge on Commonwealth Avenue in Quezon City before the State of the Nation Address on Monday. Various groups used the occasion to voice issues on wages, oil price increase, land reform, the RH bill and charter change, among others. 

PROTESTERS GATHER BEFORE SONA
Photo by Fernando Sepe, Jr. for ABS-CBNnews.com

Protesters burn an image of President Aquino as they converge on Commonwealth Avenue in Quezon City before the State of the Nation Address on Monday. Various groups used the occasion to voice issues on wages, oil price increase, land reform, the RH bill and charter change, among others. 

04 7 / 2012

NO TO PLASTIC(Photo by Gigie Cruz for ABS-CBNnews.com)Volunteers from different environmental groups led by Ecowaste Coalition hold a “freeze” mob at Mega Q-Mart in Quezon City to push for the immediate regulation and eventual phase-out of single-use disposable plastic that contribute to flooding and environmental pollution.

NO TO PLASTIC
(Photo by Gigie Cruz for ABS-CBNnews.com)

Volunteers from different environmental groups led by Ecowaste Coalition hold a “freeze” mob at Mega Q-Mart in Quezon City to push for the immediate regulation and eventual phase-out of single-use disposable plastic that contribute to flooding and environmental pollution.