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Love reigns eternal in the age of COVID-19

Photo by Bernard Testa Donning face masks, lovers pose under a roar of clouds in Barangay Paenan, Boso-Boso in Antipolo City. With their mobile phones,...

Her night market

As evening moves to embrace the land, Aling Linda arranges the snack food, bananas, cucumber, and assorted fruits and vegetables borne from the mountains...

The last caravan

Text and photo by Bernard Testa Fifty-five year old Ben Sison is the last of Marikina’s ‘caravan riders.’ For 10 years, he joined 19 others like...

Olympics Japan: The Surreal Games

After a yearlong delay and months of hand-wringing that rippled across a pandemic-inflected world, a Summer Games unlike any other is at hand. It’s...

The full circle of Tony, Nick & Pete

Photo by Bernard Testa The last decade of the 20th century saw the third re-emergence of the Philippines Graphic—this time, under the ownership of the late Ambassador, business mogul and philanthropist Antonio L. Cabangon Chua. Launched in 1927, the Second World War and the declaration...

Olympics Japan: The Surreal Games

After a yearlong delay and months of hand-wringing that rippled across a pandemic-inflected world, a Summer Games unlike any other is at hand. It’s an Olympics, sure, but also, in a very real way, something quite different. No foreign fans. No local attendance in...

Love reigns eternal in the age of COVID-19

Photo by Bernard Testa Donning face masks, lovers pose under a roar of clouds in Barangay Paenan, Boso-Boso in Antipolo City. With their mobile phones, they record this moment of physical closeness, defying the pandemic as the sun rises in the distance.

Her night market

As evening moves to embrace the land, Aling Linda arranges the snack food, bananas, cucumber, and assorted fruits and vegetables borne from the mountains of Sierra Madre to be sold on this makeshift fruit stand inside a waiting shed, opposite an old church...

The last caravan

Text and photo by Bernard Testa Fifty-five year old Ben Sison is the last of Marikina’s ‘caravan riders.’ For 10 years, he joined 19 others like him, all from his native town of San Carlos in Pangasinan province. Each traveled to Manila, selling cribs, walkers, brooms,...

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