Taking away or ordering in our food has become second nature since most of us have started working from home, and of course, we need some way to carry them: plastic bags. Thousands of them. This increased consumption has raised some concerns, with many criticizing the usage of plastic. But at th
From a very healthy lifestyle to a craftsmen breathing life into some unloved objects, here are some of our favourite stories from the past few weeks.
In line with the adage, “New Year, New Me”—the annual decluttering of our wardrobe is here, but have you ever wondered where the old clothes we leave out for recycling go to? Our host Nate visits a recycling warehouse, where we take a look at what items people usually hand over to our karan
It’s hard being a single mother. On top of raising a child (or a few) alone, they have to wrangle with social stigma, financial instability, and handle their own mental well-being – not to mention having to put on a brave face through it all. As part of International Women’s Day, we explore
Content warning: This video describes events related to bullying and eating disorders that might be disturbing to some viewers. Former MTV VJ Holly Grabarek can't pinpoint what sparked it off: a friend's remark about her muscular arms, teachers commenting on her weight during school health checkup
Balikbayan boxes are how millions of Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) around the world send their love to their families back home. Stored within these nondescript cardboard boxes are a curated assortment of items that range from garments to snacks — but more importantly, they also contain ess
Content warning: This video describes acts of violence that might be disturbing to some viewers. “Either he die, or I will die in his hands.” These are the chilling words from a survivor of domestic abuse, whose memory of the traumatic affair remains fresh—years after the death of he