The Making of the Illustrado 300 Most Influential Filipinos in the Gulf By Dr. Rex Venard Bacarra I stayed hours after my shoot, astonished by the realization that Illustrado is doing the 300 against a multitude of storms and tempests, highlighting other people’s achievements while remaining in the background without conceit, and not for any …
What Filipina empowerment requires in the 21st century.
We unearth the method to the madness of Filipino designer avant gardiste Rocky Gathercole, including the proverbial can of worms… or two
An Intimate Look Behind Illustrado 100 Most Influential Filipinos of the Gulf By Rex Venard Bacarra The buzz from my phone jarred me awake. My heart skipped. The guessing game has begun. The first time my heart pranced, it was in November. Eyes barely opened, I stretched my arm and lazily frisked my bed several …
#taasnoofilipino In this issue we reveal how Filipino business organizations are paving the way for Pinoys in the marketplace by facilitating collaboration and providing guidance. For those who are planning to go home for good, we have advice on how to transform from an Overseas Filipino to a Philippine-based entrepreneur. Then there’s a story on the truth about being self-employed. #illustradomagazine
Do Pinoys need anything more to succeed in work and life? Most of the time, we are so hooked on getting diplomas that we forget about other lessons that make a difference in life. Here are some lessons that Pinoys need to master to get ahead. By Lalaine Chu Benitez #illustradomagazine #taasnoofilipino
A Funky Asian Party in Bur Dubai? Illustrado Got It SceneZoned at Miss Wáng.
With all the pressure that such celebrations bring, it’s easy to understand why some people are not exactly ecstatic and as celebratory as the rest. And at this time, more so, since Valentine’s could be quite a biased exercise.
“I grew up seeing an older generation of Filipinos conditioned to settle for the cookie-cutter idea of life. You grow into adulthood, you settle down young, make yourself a family, and then devote all your energies to bringing up the kids. And finally, before you know it, you’ve hit your retirement years, and sink into the proverbial ‘rocking chair’ waiting for the twilight of your life.” – Lalaine Chu-Benitez, Editor-in-Chief of Illustrado Magazine.
Aside from wanting world peace, we at Team Illustrado desire other things too. Here’s what we have in mind for Christmas. Well hello there, secret Santa.. you know what’s what.
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