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  • Sierra Madre Chronicles

    Sierra Madre Chronicles
    Sep 02, 2014

    Channeling the spirit of discovery, Edgar Alan Zeta-Yap goes on a runaway backpacking adventure through the formidable Sierra Madre mountains, the Philippines’ longest range of peaks, hitching a ride on a cargo boat into the Pacific Ocean and cuddling the world’s rarest crocodile along the way. Illustrations by Ryan Sumo

  • Kings of custom

    Kings of custom
    Sep 01, 2014

    The duo behind 13 Lucky Monkey share how their many passions influence their jewelry

  • Couples style

    Couples style
    Sep 01, 2014

    Myrza Sison and Andrej Wisniewski show us why compromise is your passport to a fun trip

  • Aim high

    Aim high
    Sep 01, 2014

    Doing what you love while traveling is a recipe for success - just ask champion climber Miel Pahati

  • Myth conceptions

    Myth conceptions
    Interview | Sep 01, 2014

    Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson might look like an immovable force but he has a softer side, as Ruben V. Nepales discovers

  • Night & deities

    Night & deities
    Sep 01, 2014

    In Singapore, over a thousand ardent Taoist devotees still observe Jiŭ Huáng Ye, a traditional Chinese festival honoring the Nine Emperor Gods. Lester V. Ledesma joins the celebrations

  • Crunch time in Cambodia

    Crunch time in Cambodia
    Sep 01, 2014

    Fried crickets are both a favorite treat and a means of livelihood for many Cambodians. Denise Hruby travels west of Siem Reap for a nocturnal harvest

  • A wing & a prayer

    A wing & a prayer
    Sep 01, 2014

    Smile reader Bob Kaufman heads to Mt Apo to see the mighty Philippine eagle in the wild

  • Rocking a hard place

    Rocking a hard place
    Sep 01, 2014

    Mount Kinabalu isn’t an easy peak to climb, but the mountain is generous to all who persevere to its summit. By Rome Jorge. Photos by Tommy Schultz

  • Home is where the art is

    Home is where the art is
    Aug 05, 2014

    Many people believe that your surroundings influence your mood and your output. Here, five artists offer glimpses of the living spaces-cum-studios that inspire them. By Pierra Calasanz-Labrador