Will a Filipino contestant win it all?
Ten Filipinos were once again set to compete in this year's Subaru Palm Challenge regional final, held this past weekend in Singapore. Forget that they would have to endure sleepless nights and go on days without bathing. That's nothing new.
Let's wish them luck
The Philippine leg of the Subaru Palm Challenge wrapped up last Saturday with the last eight contenders of the Manila round completing the list of Filipino finalists set to compete in Singapore. More than 300 registrants showed up at Bonifacio High Street,
Take it from the veteran participants
The Subaru Palm Challenge is no easy feat. Giving away only one brand-new car to the ultimate winner, the competition is both a physical and mental challenge. Participants try to stay in the game for as long as they can. As
A new Subaru Palm Challenge record
Singaporean G Jaishanker is no stranger to the Subaru Palm Challenge. In 2012, he joined the contest for the first time and was one of the last two participants in the regional final, which is held at Ngee Ann City every year.
Where are their car prizes now?
For three years now, Singaporean Chong Kait Chi has been going to Ngee Ann City in Singapore to watch the kick-off of the Subaru Palm Challenge. But he's not just a regular local who happens to be on Orchard Road,
Representing the country in Singapore
Our country may be infamous for our uniquely Filipino time and the embarrassingly rampant corruption eating our nation, but there are countless reasons we should be proud to be Pinoy. One of which is our naturally happy disposition--optimistic amid hardships and
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