Field trip! You might know Binondo, but have you ever heard of the adjacent neighborhood San Nicolas? Sab, Ceej, and “What’s AP?” producer Nina Torralba take to the streets to learn more about this mysterious neighborhood—and the heritage sites that some locals are fighting to preserve.
Coffee isn’t just a drink—it’s history in a cup! From the galleon trade to the specialty brews of today, let’s dive into the history of coffee in the Philippines with experts Aaron Llavore and Bryan Garrido.
50 years after Ferdinand Marcos declared Martial Law, the dictator’s family claws its way back into power. Here’s a guest episode from Teka Teka News that we’d like to share with you to help process this current moment—and so that we may #NeverForget.
You’ve seen them hold secrets in spy movies. They're in every office there is. But what exactly is a Manila folder, and what is its connection to our capital? Your mission is to find the secrets of its history and how the Manila folder became a global necessity.
Emilio Aguinaldo has a complicated legacy to say the least. Hero? Villain? Maybe just human. We're excited to share this story from the "American History Tellers" podcast by Wondery. Their new series dives deep into the Filipino-American War with stories voiced by Fil-Am actors.