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  • Death of Filipino Transgender 'Jennifer' Laude Was Totally Preventable

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    13 Oct 2014 | 5:00 pm
    The evening for the young US Marine and his Filipino date "Jennifer" began at the Ambyanz Disco Bar in Subic Bay, Olongapo and ended shortly before midnight at the Celzone Lodge where "Jennifer's" lifeless body was found leaning against the toilet bowl. Jennifer, it turns out was actually not originally a "she" but a "he." A Filipino transgender, Jeffrey Laude began calling himself "Jennifer" after medical procedures made him look more female than male ...
  • Internet Income Seminar Coming This December

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    26 Oct 2014 | 6:00 pm
    This coming December 6, I will be conducting the Internet Income Seminar. Together with my Blog Academy Philippines partner, Jon Orana, we will be doing a one-day, whole-day live workshop about creating an online business through blogging and selling digital products. Details What: Internet Income Seminar When: December 6, 2014, 9am to 4pm Where: Ortigas […]Note:This is just a preview. Read the full article at Ready To Be Rich by clicking this link: Internet Income Seminar Coming This DecemberLearn how to make money online:Register for the Internet Income Seminar on December 6. Only 80…
  • How Ferdinand Marcos’s Martial Law Continues Hurting Filipinos to This Day

    Philippine NewsLink: www.philnews.com
    22 Sep 2014 | 5:00 pm
    On the evening of September 23, 1972, two days after it had taken effect, Ferdinand Marcos announced via live television from Malacañang Palace that he had placed the Philippines under Martial Law. It was a calculated move by a devious politician to keep himself in power beyond what the Constitution allowed. A staged ambush attempt against his Defense Secretary Juan Ponce Enrile was the main excuse Marcos (or “Macoy” as he was deridingly referred to back then) used to strip Filipinos of all their constitutional rights. With that, the diminutive Ilocano from the backwaters of Batac,…
  • The unbearable burden of being

    Manuel L. Quezon III
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    14 Oct 2014 | 8:54 pm
    Rogue | October 2014 The Unbearable Burden of Being by Manuel L. Quezon III     Since independence in 1946, we have nearly doubled the number of our provinces, and gone from 18.4 million people to 100 million today. The sheer volume of both people and government means you have more doing less for more. … Continue reading »
  • US travel guide cites reasons why Manila is one of 'Asia’s coolest cities'

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    28 Oct 2014 | 6:25 pm
    By Azer N. Parrocha MANILA, Oct. 28 (PNA) — Draft beer, street food, and speakeasy bars are only some of the reasons why Manila is emerging as one of Asia's most happening capitals, according to popular US travel guide, Lonely Planet. On its official website, Lonely Planet cited six reasons why the country’s capital was worthy of being dubbed as one of Asia’s coolest cities. Among the reasons include: Cubao X and the Collective; Cocktails, draft beer and third-wave coffee; flourishing food scene; live music; edgy art; and culture non-government organizations (NGOs).
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  • Palace: Government offices half day on Friday

    30 Oct 2014 | 5:58 am
    MALACANANG announced Thursday night that government offices will be on a half day on Friday in preparation for the All Saints' Day. Deputy Presidential Spokesperson Abigail Valte said that Executive Secretary Paquito Ochoa Jr. issued Memorandum Circular 73, suspending work in government offices from 12:00 pm onwards on Friday to allow government employees more time to travel to their respective provinces. Agencies whose functions involve the delivery of basic and health services and other vital public services are not covered by the suspension, she said.
  • Ex-senator Juan Flavier dies

    30 Oct 2014 | 4:12 am
    MANILA -- Former senator and Health secretary Juan Flavier succumbed to multiple organ failure brought about by pneumonia Thursday afternoon at National Kidney and Transplant Institute in Quezon City. He was 79. Roby Alampay, Flavier's son-in-law, said the former head of the Department of Health (DOH) was pronounced dead at 3:55 p.m. while confined at the NKTI Intensive Care Unit (ICU).
  • Senate questions Tiu's unnotarized document on Batangas property

    30 Oct 2014 | 3:23 am
    MANILA -- Senators slammed businessman Antonio Tiu after submitting a one-page memorandum of agreement (MOA) for the supposed purchase of a 350-hectare property in Rosario Batangas, which is "not notarized." "Be ready to produce your own story. Review your story and produce the documents that back your story," said Senate blue ribbon subcommittee chair Senator Aquilino Pimentel III who was irked after Antonio Tiu submitted a one-page MOA between Sunchamp Agri-Tourism Park and a certain Laureano Gregorio, the alleged owner of the 350-hectare farm.
  • DOH on code white alert beginning Friday

    30 Oct 2014 | 2:06 am
    BEGINNING Friday, all hospitals under the Department of Health (DOH) will be placed on Code White Alert. DOH Acting Secretary Janette Garin said they are already raising the Code White Alert on the eve of the observance of All Saints' Day. "A Code White Alert is declared when there is a mass gathering or national event and there is a possibility of emergency conditions that may need immediate medical attention," said Garin.
  • Abaya orders LTFRB to work with Uber

    30 Oct 2014 | 1:49 am
    TRANSPORTATION and Communications Secretary Joseph Emilio Abaya ordered Thursday the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) to coordinate with Uber to modernize the country's public transport rules. The directive came after LTFRB started apprehending Uber vehicles due to lack of franchise to operate. Uber is a mobile application that allows users to get the services of the firm's partner vehicles through smartphones.
 
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  • Both United States and Philippine Governments to Blame for Death of Jeffery "Jennifer" Laude

    18 Oct 2014 | 5:00 pm
    The United States and Philippine governments share the blame for the tragedy. Two young lives needlessly destroyed: the first, a young Filipino transgender found strangled inside a motel bathroom; the second a teenaged American serviceman accused of murder. What took place that fateful evening of October 11th—when Jeffrey Laude, 26, a transgender who went by the name "Jennifer," and his companion United States Marine Private 1st Class Joseph Scott Pemberton, 19, checked into the Celzone Lodge in Olongapo City—are still under investigation. What we know for sure is that the couple…
  • Death of Filipino Transgender 'Jennifer' Laude Was Totally Preventable

    13 Oct 2014 | 5:00 pm
    The evening for the young US Marine and his Filipino date "Jennifer" began at the Ambyanz Disco Bar in Subic Bay, Olongapo and ended shortly before midnight at the Celzone Lodge where "Jennifer's" lifeless body was found leaning against the toilet bowl. Jennifer, it turns out was actually not originally a "she" but a "he." A Filipino transgender, Jeffrey Laude began calling himself "Jennifer" after medical procedures made him look more female than male ...
  • Sorry Mr. President But PNP Chief Alan Purisima Has to Go

    7 Oct 2014 | 5:00 pm
    What’s with Philippine civil servants these days? It seems that you can stick all their pictures on a wall; throw a dart; and whoever’s photo it land on can be successfully prosecuted for graft. It is unbelievable how pervasive and widespread corruption in the Philippines has become. We go from one corruption scandal to the next and there seems to be no end in sight ...
  • Tear Down the Torre de Manila Building Being Built Behind the Rizal Monument?

    30 Sep 2014 | 5:00 pm
    According to the developer’s website, “Torre de Manila, DMCI Homes’ newest one-tower condominium, is an exclusive residential community right in the heart of the city.” As of this writing, the 49-story edifice is about halfway complete. But as it continues to rise, so too do the howls of protest from an eclectic collection of groups and individuals who want it torn down. Why? Torre de Manila will permanently mar the skyline behind the Rizal Monument ...
  • How Ferdinand Marcos’s Martial Law Continues Hurting Filipinos to This Day

    22 Sep 2014 | 5:00 pm
    On the evening of September 23, 1972, two days after it had taken effect, Ferdinand Marcos announced via live television from Malacañang Palace that he had placed the Philippines under Martial Law. It was a calculated move by a devious politician to keep himself in power beyond what the Constitution allowed. A staged ambush attempt against his Defense Secretary Juan Ponce Enrile was the main excuse Marcos (or “Macoy” as he was deridingly referred to back then) used to strip Filipinos of all their constitutional rights. With that, the diminutive Ilocano from the backwaters of Batac,…
 
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  • Amid murder case, Philippines says US pact stays - Bellingham Herald

    30 Oct 2014 | 5:11 am
    Bellingham HeraldAmid murder case, Philippines says US pact staysBellingham HeraldThe U.S. military agreed to transfer Marine Pfc. Joseph Scott Pemberton from an American warship to the Philippine military's main camp in metropolitan Manila but he remains guarded by fellow Marines in a compound with an outer security ring of and more »
  • Biggest Philippine Fund Manager Buying Shares as Foreigners Sell - Bloomberg

    30 Oct 2014 | 1:03 am
    InterAksyonBiggest Philippine Fund Manager Buying Shares as Foreigners SellBloombergFrederico Ocampo, who became chief investment officer at Manila-based BDO Unibank Inc. (BDO) last month, said he sees the 2.1 percent decline in the benchmark Philippine Stock Exchange Index (PCOMP) this month through yesterday as an opportunity ...The biggest Philippine money manager has been buying shares...Seattle Sports NutSelect buying brings back PH stock index above 7100-markInterAksyonall 4 news articles »
  • Philippine ports of entry go on red alert ahead of 'Undas' - InterAksyon

    30 Oct 2014 | 12:42 am
    InterAksyonPhilippine ports of entry go on red alert ahead of 'Undas'InterAksyonMANILA - The government has placed all ports on red alert starting today in preparation for "Undas." In a statement, state-run Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) said the red alert, which the Philippine Coast Guard and the Maritime Industry Authority are and more »
  • Bill pushes Philippine farms as tourist destinations - Philippine Star

    29 Oct 2014 | 9:25 pm
    Philippine StarBill pushes Philippine farms as tourist destinationsPhilippine StarThe Duran Farm in San Ildefonso, Bulacan is a known farm tourism destination in Luzon wherein visitors can learn about best practices in vegetable production. MANILA, Philippines - Farms will be included in the country's list of feasible tourist spots
  • AFP considers disbarment case vs Laude lawyer - Philippine Star

    29 Oct 2014 | 6:55 pm
    Philippine StarAFP considers disbarment case vs Laude lawyerPhilippine StarMANILA, Philippines - The Armed Forces of the Philippines is contemplating on filing a disbarment case against lawyer Harry Roque, legal counsel of the family of slain transgender Jennifer Roque, for "misbehaving" inside the AFP headquarters last Laude lawyer releases crime scene photosYahoo Philippines NewsUS Marine Asks for Lesser Charge in Killing of Transgender FilipinaTIMEUS-Philippines ties and transgender killingYahoo! Maktoob NewsGMA News -Inquirer.netall 53 news articles »
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  • One year after devastating super typhoon, Philippines approves rebuilding plan

    30 Oct 2014 | 3:56 am
    Almost a year after a super typhoon devastated wide areas of the central Philippines killing thousands, President Benigno Aquino only this week approved a $3.74 billion master plan to rebuild housing, social services and public infrastructure. Typhoon Haiyan wiped out or damaged practically everything in its path as it swept ashore on Nov. 8, 2013, with seven-metre storm surges destroying around 90 percent of the city of Tacloban in Leyte province.
  • 30 wounded in La Union bus accident

    30 Oct 2014 | 3:56 am
    ABOUT 30 passengers were rushed to the Ilocos Training and Regional Medical Center for treatment after the bus they were riding on crashed into a mango tree in Barangay Paringao, Bauag, La Union, around 9 a.m. Thursday. The bus left Baguio City and was en route to the Province of Abra when the accident happened, according to Bombo Radyo report.
  • DENR 7 completes demarcation of 24 protected areas

    30 Oct 2014 | 12:13 am
    THE Department of Environment and Natural Resources Central Visayas has completed the forest delineation of all 24 protected areas in the region. With this, the local government units designated to manage the region's protected sites can now come up with "buffer zones" intended to prevent the exploitation of the sites as well as to promote sustainability to those living near these areas.
  • Hunks in fashion

    29 Oct 2014 | 4:37 pm
    THE Negros Hunks Body Calendar 2015 was recently launched at the Pagcor Casino at L' Fisher Hotel through an all-male fashion show. One amusing thing, though.
  • Malilong: PNoy's right solution

    29 Oct 2014 | 12:40 pm
    PRESIDENT Noynoy Aquino couldn't have made it clearer. He is not seeking a second term.
 
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  • House okays proposed second runway for Mactan airport

    28 Oct 2014 | 6:25 pm
    CEBU CITY, Oct. 28 — The House of Representatives has approved the proposal to construct a second runway at the Mactan-Cebu International Airport (MCIA). A copy of the House Bill 1080, sponsored by Rep. Raul del Mar (Cebu City, north district), was immediately transmitted to the Senate. Engineer Nigel Paul Villarete, MCIA general manager, expressed his gratitude to del Mar for taking the cudgels in Congress. “A second runway in MCIA, even if only a close parallel dependent runway, is an inevitable requirement for future capacity expansion, and it needed the full political and…
  • 3 million tourists visit Albania in 2014

    28 Oct 2014 | 6:25 pm
    TIRANA, Oct. 28 — The World Tourism Organization said Monday that 3 million tourists visited Albania during 2014, a 20-percent rise in comparison to the previous year, according to the Albanian Telegraphic Agency. On the other hand, General Secretary of the Organization Taleb Rifai said that, as a country with natural beauties, historical and cultural ones that have not been discovered yet, Albania possesses all the potential to increase this figure. "Albania is undoubtedly one of the most promising touristic destinations, not only regarding Europe, but the entire world,"…
  • Residents from 12 countries to get visa-free entry to Rwanda

    28 Oct 2014 | 6:25 pm
    KIGALI, Oct. 28 — Passport holders of 12 countries across the world will no longer need a visa to travel to Rwanda for short visits from next month, Rwanda's Directorate General of Immigration and Emigration said Monday. A visa waiver agreement, which recognized growing links between Rwanda and concerned 12 countries including Singapore, Hong Kong, Mauritius and the Philippines will be applied where by nationals from these nations will from now on be exempted from entry/tourism visa for a stay of up to 90 days, the official statement said Among other countries for whose citizens…
  • US travel guide cites reasons why Manila is one of 'Asia’s coolest cities'

    28 Oct 2014 | 6:25 pm
    By Azer N. Parrocha MANILA, Oct. 28 (PNA) — Draft beer, street food, and speakeasy bars are only some of the reasons why Manila is emerging as one of Asia's most happening capitals, according to popular US travel guide, Lonely Planet. On its official website, Lonely Planet cited six reasons why the country’s capital was worthy of being dubbed as one of Asia’s coolest cities. Among the reasons include: Cubao X and the Collective; Cocktails, draft beer and third-wave coffee; flourishing food scene; live music; edgy art; and culture non-government organizations (NGOs).
  • Austria sees record tourist numbers over summer

    28 Oct 2014 | 6:25 pm
    VIENNA, Oct. 29 — Austria has attracted a record number of tourists over the past summer season despite cool and rainy weather, Statistics Austria figures released Tuesday showed. The number of visitors climbed 2.3 percent compared to 2013, reaching a total of 17.94 million between May and September, while the number of overnight stays increased 0.7 percent to 60.1 million. The last time the 60 million overnight-stay mark was passed over the same five-month period was in 1995 with 60.43 million stays, the statistics institute said. The increase in overnight stays came primarily from…
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  • Spain government should block Catalonia vote in court - State Council

    30 Oct 2014 | 6:52 am
    Spain's Council of State on Thursday unanimously backed a move for the government to try to block a planned "consultation of citizens" on independence in the region of Catalonia on Nov. 9, a spokeswoman for the consultative body said. The northeastern region earlier this month abandoned plans for a referendum on that day after it was blocked in the courts by the central government, and said instead it would hold a vote open to anyone who wants to cast their ballot. The Council of State now wants the government to ask the Constitutional Court to declare this new vote illegal.
  • Dice Holdings tops Street 3Q forecasts

    30 Oct 2014 | 6:51 am
    The New York-based company said it had profit of 18 cents per share. Earnings, adjusted for pretax expenses, came to 21 cents per share. The results topped Wall Street expectations. The average estimate ...
  • Bodies found in Mexico where 3 Texans missing

    30 Oct 2014 | 6:51 am
    MATAMOROS, Mexico (AP) — Mexican officials say four bodies have been found east of the border city of Matamoros, near where three young Americans went missing more than two weeks ago.
  • Zambia: President's body to return Saturday

    30 Oct 2014 | 6:50 am
    LUSAKA, Zambia (AP) — The Zambian government says the body of President Michael Sata, who died in London after a long illness, will be flown to Zambia on Saturday.
  • World Bank funding for Ebola fight hits $500 million

    30 Oct 2014 | 6:49 am
    The World Bank pledged $100 million on Thursday to help recruit more foreign health workers in the fight against Ebola, taking its funding for the three worst-hit countries to more than half a billion dollars over the past three months. The biggest recorded outbreak of the deadly virus has killed almost 5,000 people, according to the World Health Organization, mainly in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea. World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim said the three states were still struggling to get enough health staff to areas with the highest infection rates. “We must urgently find ways to break…
 
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  • Xiaomi now world’s third biggest handset maker

    Carl Lamiel
    30 Oct 2014 | 3:57 am
    Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi now ranks third in worldwide smartphone market share, according to the Q3 2014 report by research and analytical company International Data Corporation (IDC). According to the same data, world smartphone sales have increased 25% from the previous year, which can be attributed to new smartphone releases and an increase in emphasis on emerging markets. Handset makers shipped a total of 327.6 million units during the third quarter of 2014 (Q3 2014), resulting in 25.2% growth when compared to the 261.7 million units shipped in Q3 2013 and 8.7% sequential growth…
  • Microsoft Band wearable device officially announced

    Louie Diangson
    30 Oct 2014 | 3:49 am
    The Redmond-based company has officially announced its own wearable device called the Microsoft Band which features a 1.4-inch touch screen display, water and splash resistant body, and a slew of sensors to keep track of your activities. The Microsoft Band aims to be your fitness companion by sporting a number of sensors like an optical heart rate sensor, GPS, ambient light sensor, skin temperature sensor, and UV sensor to name a few. In addition, it also pairs with your smartphone via Bluetooth so you can receive alerts and notifications like text messages, incoming calls, Email, and social…
  • BPO/Call Center among the top bonus providers in PH

    Louie Diangson
    29 Oct 2014 | 11:20 pm
    JobStreet Philippines has recently published their 2014 Bonuses Report showing the top five industries in the country when it comes to providing guaranteed bonuses to their employees. Among them is the BPO or Call Center industry. According to JobStreet PH’s report, these industries provide at least 4 months of guaranteed bonuses on top of the 13th month pay. The Top Industry Bonus Providers are as follows: 1. Banking / Finance 2. BPO / Call Center 3. Manufacturing 4. Food and Beverage 5. Real Estate “The BPO/call center industry proved to be the top provider of non-guaranteed and…
  • The culprit behind iPod Classic’s death

    Daniel Morial
    29 Oct 2014 | 4:12 pm
    iPod dominated the MP3 player market for years. It began with the first iPod with a circular trackpad and more variants came after. But just when iPhone 6/6 Plus was launched, Apple pulled the iPod Classic from the store. Why? There have been multiple speculations about the slow death of the loved iPod until September 9, 2014 but Apple is mum about it. For 5 years, it has stayed the same with no slight change in design or anything. There is just one reason behind it, parts. Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO, explained during WSJDLive conference on Monday that Apple mowed down the iPod Classic…
  • Windows 93 is your next operating system, maybe.

    Daniel Morial
    29 Oct 2014 | 4:09 pm
    This is the operating system we never had, really. Windows 93 is the future. Don’t bother Googling if Windows 93 existed before, because it did not until now. Maybe it just took them 23 years making the next big thing in operating system. It only has a single version (for now) with a lot of built-in apps you will need in everyday modern living—like cats, Star Wars, and paint. We’ll let you guys explore Windows 93 at your own risk. Be careful. You’ve been warned. Click here -> www.windows93.net Tip: Doctor Marburg will heal your OS. Via: Kottke The post Windows 93 is…
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  • Laude, hate crimes, and “the big picture”

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    24 Oct 2014 | 3:31 pm
    OLONGAPO CITY prosecutor Emilie Fe de los Santos declared the other day during the preliminary investigation of the murder charge against Private First Class Joseph Scott Pemberton of the United States Marine Corps that “there is no gender issue” involved in the killing of Jennifer Laude. “The issue,” she said is simply that “someone got killed.” Was de los Santos saying that Jennifer Laude would have been killed anyway even if she was born a woman, and that her being a transgender is immaterial to the question of motive? Isn’t motive a fundamental issue in establishing the…
  • Understanding corruption

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    17 Oct 2014 | 2:16 pm
    THERE MIGHT very well be a conspiracy afoot to prevent the election of Vice-President Jejomar Binay to the Presidency in 2016. It doesn’t release Binay from the responsibility of credibly answering the accusations that have been hurled against him. But neither should it prevent the media from using the opportunity to provide the public the information and analysis it needs to encourage citizen action against corruption. The 2016 elections may be all of nineteen months away, but no one will seriously challenge the probability that what’s happening to Binay is a pre-emptive strike intended…
  • Aquino and company’s real “bosses”

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    10 Oct 2014 | 2:42 pm
    HIS NUMBERS may be falling and those of one of his putative opponents rising, but Jejomar Binay is at this point still the leading candidate for the Presidency in 2016. Binay still topped the list of preferred presidential candidates in a September 8 Pulse Asia survey despite a sharp decline, from a previous (June 2014) 41 percent, to 31 percent, which, given a margin of error of three points, could either be a high preference number of 34 percent, or a low of 28. On the other hand, voter preference for Interior and Local Governments Secretary Manuel Roxas II climbed from a low seven percent…
  • Firing Purisima

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    3 Oct 2014 | 1:10 pm
    REACTING TO demands that he fire Philippine National Police Chief Alan Purisima for, among other reasons, the involvement of policemen in robberies, extortion, kidnapping, even murder and other crimes, President Benigno Aquino III declared that “there have always been ‘scalawags’ in the police.” That statement implied that there’s nothing that can be done about it, in perhaps the same way that we can’t do anything about the sun’s rising in the East and setting in the West. Apparently firing Purisima and reforming the police are out of the question as far as Mr. Aquino is…
  • Ending the debate over martial law

    Webmaster
    26 Sep 2014 | 1:43 pm
    FORTY-TWO years have passed since Ferdinand Marcos placed the entire country under martial law on September 23, 1972 (he signed Presidential Proclamation 1081 on September 21, implementing it only two days later). But some Filipinos still argue that things were better during the dictatorship, while others recall the way the regime ruined countless lives and inflicted on Philippine society its dark legacies of human rights violations, abuse of power, corruption and bad governance. This year, both that practically endless debate and the Marcos family’s decades-long campaign to have the late…
 
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  • Our New Blog: Baybayin Foundry

    5 Oct 2014 | 1:31 pm
    Baybayin Foundry blog is dedicated to producing educational & quality historical art inspired by the National Script of the Philippines — Baybayin. When we say "educational" we mean edifying. Why? Well, Filipinos have a precolonial writing system that even predates the birth of Christ.Baybayin is our forefathers' legacy. It cannot be easily destroyed by any alteration whatsoever. Its typefaces, kudlits, and syllables live on! Mabuhay ang Baybayinismo!
  • Inside First Filipino

    27 Jun 2014 | 3:00 am
    Names of First Filipino actors, teachers, singers, doctors, heroes, and other outstanding Filipino Pioneers (Trailblazers) in their respective fields are here for you.CategoriesList of Filipino PioneersNational ArtistsProfiles of the first Philippine National Artists1st Filipino National Artist in Architecture, 1st Filipina National Artist for Dance, more »Pageant WinnersFamous Filipino titleholders in male & female pageants1st Filipina Miss Universe, 1stFilipino Mister International, more »Business and EconomyShort biographies of 1st Filipino entrepreneurs1st Filipino Manufacturer of…
  • Alfredo Lagmay

    26 Jun 2014 | 6:01 pm
    Dr. Alfredo V. Lagmay1st Filipino to be the first elected Chair of the Department of Psychology at the University of the Philippines (UPDP, 1970)Founding Father of the Psychological Association of the PhilippinesNational Scientist (1988)DATE OF BIRTHAugust 14, 1919 BIRTHPLACEManila, Philippines WIFE: Leticia CHILDREN: Violet, Helen, Susan, Alfredo Jr., Sulayman, Gracian, and Mahar YEAR OF DEATHDecember 15, 2005USEFUL LINKS NAST Lagmay, Alfredo V.National Scientist Alfredo V. Lagmay, Ph.D., 86Alfredo V. Lagmay, Pioneering PsychologistAlfredo V. Lagmay, 1919-2005
  • Mitoy Yonting

    10 Oct 2013 | 9:13 am
     Mitoy Yonting AKA Michael Yonting 1st Filipino grand winner of ABS-CBN's talent search "The Voice of the Philippines" (2013) QUOTE "Once and for all,, para dun sa mga nag-aalala na baka MAG-BAGO daw ako,, HINDI po kayang BAGUHIN ng PERA si MICHAEL " mitoy " YONTING... Maraming salamat po!!"  ALIAS"Mitoy""Toy-mits"DATE OF BIRTHJanuary 5, 1970BIRTHPLACEPangasinan, PhilippinesWIFE: Merly RunasUSEFUL LINKSThe Voice of the Philippines – BIO: Mitoy Yonting Mitoy Yonting wins 'The Voice of the Philippines' 'The Voice PH' winner Mitoy Yonting's 'Eat Bulaga'…
  • JR Royol

    20 Mar 2013 | 5:39 pm
    JR Royol AKA Romulo Lamaton Royol Jr. 1st Filipino MasterChef Grand Winner in ABS-CBN's TV reality cooking show "MasterChef: Pinoy Edition" (2013) QUOTE"Cooking and music go hand in hand—you need heart to do both."  ALIAS"Pinoy MasterChef""JR"DATE OF BIRTHSeptember 29, 1983BIRTHPLACEBenguet, PhilippinesUSEFUL LINKSBusiness High Alumnus JR Royol is 1st Pinoy MasterChef Grand Winner 'MasterChef PH' winner wants to release cookbook Benguet native wins first 'MasterChef Pinoy Edition' First Pinoy MasterChef JR Royol recalls his biggest hurdle during the final…
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  • THE PRISON ROOM: Breakout from the Prison Room in 45 minutes! @BreakoutPH

    Anton Diaz
    29 Oct 2014 | 7:06 am
    THE PRISON ROOM is a Breakout Philippine's escape room where you are locked up inside a prison cell, and you have to solve clues to escape in 45 minutes.  Here are some tips on how to breakout from the Prison Room: PRISON ROOM by Breakout PhilippinesParagon Plaza Ground floor Reliance St., corner EDSA, Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila 1550Email: support@breakout.com.phInstagram: @breakoutphTwitter: @breakoutphFacebook: Breakout PhilippinesWebsite: http://breakout.com.ph/ Related Blog Posts: WALKING DEAD: Escaped from Terminus under…
  • DON CHURRO: The Secret of One of the Best Authentic Spanish Churros in Manila!

    Anton Diaz
    26 Oct 2014 | 9:47 pm
    We love churros! :) Recently, we tasted one of the most authentic Spanish churros we've had in Manila, thanks to Don Churro! Here's the secret to why his churros are so good...   Spanish Marc Puigtio--also known as Don Churro--explained to us the secret of his authentic Spanish churro. It starts with the churro flour mix from Spain. They add hot water and nothing else. The water and flour are mixed on the spot before getting fried. The mixture is stuffed in a special churro maker... ...squeezed and cut to size... ...and then fried. They fry just the right amount that…
  • CITY KART RACING: Are you the Fastest Go-kart Driver in Manila? @CityKartRacing

    Anton Diaz
    24 Oct 2014 | 10:27 pm
    City Kart Racing (CKR for short) founded by Jean-Marc Freihuber is a 700-meter go-cart racetrack in Makati that has a combination of straight and technical turns possible for both beginners and advanced drivers. The OAP team tried the racing track during the media challenge for the "Race to Boracay - Search for the fastest driver in Manila!" Here's the photo essay of the exhilarating racing experience... CITY KART RACING City Kart Racing Circuit Makati, Barangay Carmona, Makati City 1207 Philippines Email: sharon@citykartracing.comMobile:: +63 917…
  • BREAKOUT PHILIPPINES: ADARNA'S LAIR - The Hardest Mystery Room to Solve in Manila! @BreakoutPH

    Anton Diaz
    23 Oct 2014 | 10:22 pm
    ADARNA’S LAIR is the hardest Breakout Philippine's real life escape room game experience. You play as detectives and find a cure for the initial spreading of the Zombie Outbreak in Manila. You only have 45mins until Dr. Adarna arrives or become a zombie bait. I must admit this was the most challenging room we encountered, but also the most elaborate in terms of production setup and fun in terms of solving the puzzles. We "almost" solved Adarna's Lair, and here's why we failed... ADARNA'S LAIR by Breakout PhilippinesParagon Plaza Ground floor…
  • TAO EXPEDITION Day 1: From Coron to Patcy (A Photo Essay) @TaoPhilippines

    Anton Diaz
    23 Oct 2014 | 3:10 am
    Meet our Tao Expedition group: Dallas and Miranda from Wisconsin, Adrian and Raqui from New York, Rich from UK, and Alex from Germany.  Day 1 of the expedition was dedicated to exploring the islands around Coron, snorkeling around the different shipwrecks, and making our way to the small island of Patchelyn (Patcy for short), in between Coron and Culion. Here's a photo essay of our Day 1 TAO EXPEDITION experience from Coron to Patcy... Tao Expedition Series: TAO EXPEDITION: Coron to El Nido Expedition Pre-Departure (A Photo Essay)  TAO EXPEDITION Day 1: From Coron to…
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  • Destinations of the Future as revealed by SkyScanner

    Raffy Pedrajita
    9 Oct 2014 | 1:44 am
    By the next ten years space tourism will become more affordable for the ultra-luxury market but journeys to the bottom of the sea will be a much more mainstream, fashionable option. Skyscanner predicts that the heights of the Earth’s orbit and the depths of the… Read More Related posts: Women call the holiday shots, reveals Skyscanner SkyScanner is here for the Travel Mart 2013 SkyScanner reveals best time for Pinoy to book travels Finding cheap flights? Try it now with SkyScanner!
  • Enroute to Enchanted Kingdom for the STI Annivesary

    Raffy Pedrajita
    8 Oct 2014 | 4:59 pm
    Enchanted Kingdom in Sta. Rosa Laguna is one classic park. It has been there for a long time however, it is always the venue for some large group of organization because it can accommodate lots of people in one venue. We were here recently to join… Read More Related posts: Enchanted Kingdom’s 14th year anniversary events Enchanted Kingdom’s EKstreme Tower Ride now open to public Happy 16th Anniversary Enchanted Kingdom! Enchanted Kingdom’s 15th Anniversary & New Year Celebration
  • The New Starbucks Tagaytay; Stuff you don’t know yet

    Raffy Pedrajita
    7 Oct 2014 | 11:04 pm
    There is new Starbucks in Tagaytay where tourists, local or otherwise can hang out. The new location is few minutes away from Tagaytay road coming from that long ascending road from Sta. Rosa. We were here the other night for a quick getaway with my… Read More Related posts: FiliBeans – your Filipino Coffee Destination in Tagaytay Explore Tagaytay Once More: Sky Ranch Tagaytay is now open Tagaytay, important numbers to remember Tagaytay Highlands: Feels Like You’re in a Foreign Land
  • Cebu Pacific Piso Sale – September 28 – 30 only

    Raffy Pedrajita
    27 Sep 2014 | 5:41 pm
    Hey folks, its time to plan for your 2015 travels. Booking starts today and it will only last for two days! Post by Cebu Pacific Air. Travel period of this Cebu Pacific Piso sale is from January 1 to March 31, 2015. The sale is… Read More Related posts: 1 Peso Seat Sale at Cebu Pacific Cebu Pacific Piso Sale for January – March 2012 Seat Sale Alert! Cebu Pacific “The Flight Is Right” – Piso Sale! Cebu Pacific DIEZ is it! P10 seat sale to all domestic destinations
  • Sale Alert: Air Asia Piso to Kalibo

    Raffy Pedrajita
    25 Sep 2014 | 4:41 pm
    If you are planning to spend the holidays in the beautiful island of Boracay, it is time to book your P1 fare from Air Asia! Booking period is from today until September 28, 2014. And this promo is for your travel from today until December… Read More Related posts: Sale Alert! Air Asia’s You deserve a break, P799 Clark to KL! Air Asia’s BIG Sale: Stop dreaming, start travelling promo #AirAsia Sale Alert! Zest Air Piso fare seat sale! Seat Sale Alert! Air Asia’s Rain Rain I’ll fly away!
 
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  • Leyte Landing Memorial

    Eugene
    20 Oct 2014 | 8:33 am
    Today is the 70th anniversary of the fulfillment of General Douglas MacArthur’s pledge of “I shall return” after being forced out of the Philippines by the Imperial Japanese Army during World War II. On October 20, 1944, MacArthur, together with Philippine Commonwealth President Sergio Osmeña, landed at Palo, Leyte on a site designated by the Americans as “Red Beach”. This historic moment marked the beginning of the liberation of the Philippines from the Japanese. A standard view of the Leyte memorial showing larger-than-life statues of General MacArthur and…
  • Cape Engaño Lighthouse

    Eugene
    6 Sep 2014 | 12:39 pm
    If Cape Bojeador Lighthouse guides ships on the northwestern corner of Luzon, then Cape Engaño Lighthouse (Wikipedia) is its metaphorical sibling, guiding ships on Luzon’s northeastern frontier. This Spanish-era lighthouse, built in 1888 and first used in 1892, sits atop a hill on the northernmost point of Palaui Island in Santa Ana, Cagayan. A ground-level view of the lighthouse building complex from the south. Ⓒ Joy Ngo (CC) The lighthouse and cape on which it stands was named “Engaño” supposedly because the Spaniards found the location picturesque. And from the…
  • Diosdado Macapagal Bridge

    Eugene
    2 Aug 2014 | 12:07 am
    Touted as the longest bridge in Mindanao with a length of 907 meters, the Diosdado Macapagal Bridge is one of the top tourist attractions in Butuan City with its raw and elegant design. Similar to the previously-featured Marcelo B. Fernan Bridge in Cebu, the Diosdado Macapagal Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge except that it has a single tower instead of Fernan Bridge’s pair. I’m also guessing that Diosdado Macapagal Bridge is also the tallest bridge in Mindanao, if not the whole country. Silhouette of the Diosdado Macapagal Bridge’s tower and cables against the late afternoon…
  • Iglesia ni Cristo Museum (Punta)

    Eugene
    26 Jul 2014 | 3:00 pm
    Today, July 27, 2014, is the 100th founding anniversary of Iglesia ni Cristo, which is the largest religion founded by a Filipino, Felix Y. Manalo. To mark this milestone, I am featuring the site of the original temple of the church’s very first congregation in Punta, Sta. Ana, Manila. This temple, built in 1937, is now a museum depicting the early years of the church. In Manalo’s honor, the street fronting the original temple was renamed after him. A view of the main musuem building as seen from Felix Manalo Street. Public domain photo on Wikimedia Commons It was in November 1913…
  • Punta Cruz Watchtower

    Eugene
    19 May 2014 | 3:56 pm
    The Punta Cruz Watchtower is the primary symbol of the town of Maribojoc, Bohol and is found on both the seal and flag of the town. Built by the Augustinian Recollects in 1796, the watchtower served as a lookout against marauding pirates and Moros from Mindanao and was dedicated to St. Vincent Ferrer. Located as it is on Bohol’s prominent western point, which also serves as the westernmost point of Maribojoc, the watchtower provides an excellent view of the surrounding waters and of nearby Cebu and Siquijor. The site stands in the barangay of the same name (Punta Cruz, which means Cross…
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  • The Halloween Trick or Treat Tradition 20 years ago

    Noemi Lardizabal-Dado
    29 Oct 2014 | 6:08 am
    The Halloween Trick or Treat Tradition 20 years ago is a post from: A Filipina Mom Blogger What happened to Halloween day? Why is Trick or Treat celebrated way earlier than October 31? Where is the fun in moving it to an earlier date? Those were some of the questions my kids asked me in 2006. My three children celebrated Trick or Treat only on October 31 whether it was a weekday or weekend. Then that all changed when our village changed the date because it was just convenient for them to facilitate the kids in costume. My kids often say that it is like moving Christmas day to December 20.
  • All for Children collection at H&M available on October 30

    Noemi Lardizabal-Dado
    25 Oct 2014 | 4:19 pm
    All for Children collection at H&M available on October 30 is a post from: A Filipina Mom Blogger Aww… I wish I had small kids. I would be dressing them up for Halloween or just play dress-up. I visited the preview of this year’s All for Children collection at H&M building. I expected to see the children’s line only but I was pleasantly surprised to see even men and women’s collection. I am such a fan of H&M because their size large fits me perfectly. Before heading off to the children’s collection, I wanted to try on their coats first. This one cost…
  • When to give a child cell phone and social media rights

    Noemi Lardizabal-Dado
    24 Oct 2014 | 4:51 am
    When to give a child cell phone and social media rights is a post from: A Filipina Mom Blogger When the youngest in our family was growing up, the Internet had just started up here in the country. I do remember having to listen to the whistling handshake of older modems as connection was established. However, what did that mean to our youngest sister? Surprisingly, when she was around twelve, we let her have access to the Internet, and I am glad to say that she is more or less well-adjusted, if not savvy about online concerns. However, it’s important to note that before she went online,…
  • How you can help the children survive the food crisis in South Sudan

    Noemi Lardizabal-Dado
    22 Oct 2014 | 5:00 pm
    How you can help the children survive the food crisis in South Sudan is a post from: A Filipina Mom Blogger Mothers will do everything to save their child. Veronica Nyamod must have been so tired, walking wearily for more than four hours just to bring her frail one-year-old son , Stephen Nyamod to a clinic near Reke, South Sudan. A BBC report wrote a story on a South Sudanese village two months ago where mothers and children resorted to eating water lilies . South Sudan faces a food crisis. A clinic run by the International Rescue Committee has been treating up to 16 children every week ever…
  • Survival tips on how to be a happy, healthy working mom (Part 2 of 2)

    Noemi Lardizabal-Dado
    20 Oct 2014 | 10:16 pm
    Survival tips on how to be a happy, healthy working mom (Part 2 of 2) is a post from: A Filipina Mom Blogger Written by Edel Cayetano , as originally posted at Philippine Online Chronicles After realizing the benefits of being a working mom, you have now decided that working part-time or full-time is the best option for you and your family. Now here are mommyversal survival tips from Parents Online and other web sources to get you through your challenging but rewarding decision: Let go of the guilt Working mom’s guilt is practically an epidemic, but rather than dwelling on how you’re not…
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  • pemberton in JUSMAG, camp aguinaldo

    angela
    29 Oct 2014 | 12:45 am
    pemberton, who is said to be under US custody, was flown to a compound of the Joint United States Military Assistance Group (JUSMAG) in Camp Aguinaldo but no Filipino has yet seen him, it would seem.  dati na bang may JUSMAG … Continue reading →
  • pakikiramay

    angela
    26 Oct 2014 | 10:18 pm
    Asked at a foreign correspondents’ forum on Wednesday if he was following Vice President Jejomar Binay’s lead and go to Laude’s wake, Mr. Aquino replied: “In general, I don’t attend wakes of people I don’t know. I’m uncomfortable with trying … Continue reading →
  • Just Jennifer

    angela
    22 Oct 2014 | 11:10 pm
    By Katrina S.S. It’s been painful, hearing about, and watching the story of, Jennifer Laude’s murder unfold. It is sad enough that there is a murder of any person in the hands of Americans brought onto these shores on “legal … Continue reading →
  • synchronicity, jails, pemberton’s custody

    angela
    14 Oct 2014 | 11:42 pm
    south africa:  in the sentence hearing of oscar pistorius for culpable homicide in the death of reeva steenkamp, the plea of the defense is that pistorius not be made to spend time in jail, a social worker pointing to overcrowding, … Continue reading →
  • Charter change: The 2014 version

    angela
    12 Oct 2014 | 9:34 am
    By Christian S. Monsod The House of Representatives is currently debating Joint Resolution No. 1 (JR-1) to amend six “economic” provisions of the Constitution on land, natural resources, public utilities, media, advertising and educational institutions. The proposed amendment is the … Continue reading →
 
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  • The unbearable burden of being

    ysa
    14 Oct 2014 | 8:54 pm
    Rogue | October 2014 The Unbearable Burden of Being by Manuel L. Quezon III     Since independence in 1946, we have nearly doubled the number of our provinces, and gone from 18.4 million people to 100 million today. The sheer volume of both people and government means you have more doing less for more. … Continue reading »
  • Showdown with the Supremes

    ysa
    21 Sep 2014 | 9:54 pm
    Rogue | September 2014 Showdown with the Supremes by Manuel L. Quezon III  How the President Marcos’ dance with the justices led to the constitutionality of a dictatorship. A retired general once told me that the coded signal for the implementation of martial law was “happy birthday.” By and large, we’re familiar with the basic plan … Continue reading »
  • Charter Change: An Annotated Timeline 1934-2014

    mlq3
    5 Sep 2014 | 2:27 am
    …[T]he Constitution is not, and should not be, an idol under strict taboos. It is not, and should not be, a strait-jacket for the growing and developing nation which it was made to serve. The Constitution itself outlines the procedure for its own amendment, and it thus expressly devoted to the principle that it is … Continue reading »
  • Crown and Country

    ysa
    10 Aug 2014 | 9:28 pm
    Rogue | August 2014 Crown and Country by Manuel L. Quezon III  As we say goodbye to our current leaders, we greet their next-in-lines. From Imelda to Bongbong, from JPE to Jackie, can succession plans really go the distance? AUGUST is a month which reminds us that the problem with revolution (ours began in August, 1896 … Continue reading »
  • Opening Remarks At the Association of Special Libraries of the Philippines: Information Resource Sharing Forum

    ysa
    11 Jul 2014 | 2:33 am
    Opening Remarks At the Association of Special Libraries of the Philippines: Information Resource Sharing Forum Presidential Broadcast Studio, Kalayaan Hall, Malacañan, Manila July 11, 2014 I regret being unable to join you today: at this moment the 2015 budget is being presented to the Cabinet. I would very much have wanted to be with you … Continue reading »
 
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  • PNP warns public vs fake priests

    ABS-CBNnews.com
    30 Oct 2014 | 6:08 am
    MANILA -- The Philippine National Police (PNP) warned the public against priests who offer services in exchange for money, especially during All Saints' Day in cemeteries.
  • 'APEC 2014 handling more complex issues'

    By RG Cruz, ABS-CBN News
    30 Oct 2014 | 6:04 am
    On its 25th anniversary, leaders, and representatives of member economies of the Asia-Pacific Economic Conference (APEC) will gather in China for its annual leaders' summit to talk about regional economic integration amid "complex issues" and the shadow cast by regional issues -- specifically the West Philippine Sea.  
  • Palace: Half-day work for gov't employees Friday

    ABS-CBNnews.com
    30 Oct 2014 | 5:35 am
    Work in government offices on Friday, October 31, 2014, will be half-day, the Palace said Thursday night.
  • PBA to bring in Asian imports in 3rd conference

    ABS-CBNnews.com
    30 Oct 2014 | 5:23 am
    MANILA – The Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) greenlights the entry of Asian imports into the league to add more flavor to the games.
  • Countdown: 'Pure Love' nears finale

    ABS-CBNnews.com
    30 Oct 2014 | 5:21 am
    "Pure Love," the local adaptation of the Korean drama series "49 Days," has started counting down to its final episode.
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    Daily Contributor

  • The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf: The Giving Journal 2015

    Jayjay Verzola
    26 Oct 2014 | 7:22 am
    As the end of 2014 approaches to make way for another wonderful year, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf finally launched their much coveted Giving Journal 2015. This is not just about collecting stickers and getting the journal. CBTL partnered with Real LIFE Foundation and together they aim to give the gift of education to people who needs it the most — all through this Giving Journal. “It’s not just about making a nice planner that people can use for the year. It’s become a medium for us to give back to our customers by giving them a journal that lets them brew their…
  • Improving Office Culture in 3 Easy Steps

    Guest Contributor
    24 Oct 2014 | 12:18 am
    Is your office gloomy on a Monday morning? Do employees sit next to one another in the break room without engaging in conversation? Can you tell that your workers are merely counting the minutes till they’re off the clock? You’ve got a dysfunctional workplace culture, and it’s probably leading many of your employees to consider other companies, or causing them to complete only the bare minimum while in the office. Making your office a happy, positive and healthy place will lead to less turnover and more productivity – and there are a few simple ways you can make it…
  • Safety on the road: Ensure your employees have taken the right precautions

    Guest Contributor
    23 Oct 2014 | 11:57 pm
    Employees who spend extended time on the road are susceptible to a range of hazards that the average desk-bound worker seldom encounters. And although an employer cannot spend every hour holding their hand behind the wheel there are several safety measures that can be utilised to give them the best chance of safe working. Rest According to Eurofound’s European working conditions survey, fatigue is the most commonly reported health problem in land transport. Even away from the competitive field of driving, there are many tragic examples of drivers apparently falling asleep at the wheels of…
  • The Only Way to Completely Secure Your Network Is to Trust No One

    Guest Contributor
    19 Oct 2014 | 5:08 am
    Computer security experts claim that as many as 90 percent of all data security breaches are not discovered by the organization experiencing the breach, but are in fact discovered by third-parties. For example, in the recent breach of mass retailer Target, the problem was discovered not by the company or any of its customers, but instead by a third-party security agency charged with monitoring the network. The fact that so few organizations actually catch suspicious or criminal activity on their networks highlights a common problem today: Most companies treat anything within the network as…
  • Globe upgrades and creates another exciting retail customer experience with its Generation 3 Stores

    Press Release
    4 Oct 2014 | 7:41 pm
    Globe Telecom is making way for another groundbreaking retail experience as it temporarily closed down two of its biggest stores – SM North Edsa and Limketkai Mall, Cagayan de Oro. The two stores will reopen in December 2014 promising a fresh experience for its customers and unique retail concept, a first of its kind in the Philippines. Pioneering in innovative store designs, Globe made headway in retail shopping experience when it first remodeled its stores in 2010. Globe Retail Transformation and Management Head Joe Caliro said, “We are taking a giant leap with the new retail…
 
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  • Internet Income Seminar Coming This December

    Fitz
    26 Oct 2014 | 6:00 pm
    This coming December 6, I will be conducting the Internet Income Seminar. Together with my Blog Academy Philippines partner, Jon Orana, we will be doing a one-day, whole-day live workshop about creating an online business through blogging and selling digital products. Details What: Internet Income Seminar When: December 6, 2014, 9am to 4pm Where: Ortigas […]Note:This is just a preview. Read the full article at Ready To Be Rich by clicking this link: Internet Income Seminar Coming This DecemberLearn how to make money online:Register for the Internet Income Seminar on December 6. Only 80…
  • A List of Amazing, Awesome and Wonderful Things

    Fitz
    22 Oct 2014 | 2:28 pm
    Have you ever seen a sea of clouds? It’s such an amazing sight. — There’s a restaurant in Davao City named Lachi’s. They serve the most awesome Sans Rival. — Globe has an e-waste recovery and recycling program called Project 1 Phone. It’s a wonderful idea that will rebuild schools in Aklan. — Harry Potter […]Note:This is just a preview. Read the full article at Ready To Be Rich by clicking this link: A List of Amazing, Awesome and Wonderful ThingsLearn how to make money online:Register for the Internet Income Seminar on December 6. Only 80 slots…
  • The Amazing Story of the Turtle Traders

    Fitz
    19 Oct 2014 | 6:41 pm
    One popular statistic that is being said about people who go into the stock market is that 85% of them fail. It’s even more brutal in forex, where it is said that 95% of them lose money. I tried to see if those numbers were true, and haven’t found any proof. So I’m concluding that […]Note:This is just a preview. Read the full article at Ready To Be Rich by clicking this link: The Amazing Story of the Turtle TradersLearn how to make money online:Register for the Internet Income Seminar on December 6. Only 80 slots are available. Click here to reserve your slot.
  • Successful Investing is Not Just About the Numbers

    Fitz
    16 Oct 2014 | 2:00 am
    Once upon a time, a powerful wizard created two magic boxes. They’re magic because they have the ability to make money instantly appear inside. The powerful wizard randomly chooses one person every three years and gives them those boxes. When the 3 years have passed, he’ll take them back and choose the next lucky person […]Note:This is just a preview. Read the full article at Ready To Be Rich by clicking this link: Successful Investing is Not Just About the NumbersLearn how to make money online:Register for the Internet Income Seminar on December 6. Only 80 slots are…
  • Eight Reasons Why I Learned To Love Personal Finance

    Fitz
    14 Oct 2014 | 2:06 pm
    Did you love your finance subjects when you were in college? I recall my economics class, and how I and most of my classmates found it boring. My accounting class was no different, as I felt it was a waste of my calculator’s power to do an endless stream of additions and subtractions. Today, April […]Note:This is just a preview. Read the full article at Ready To Be Rich by clicking this link: Eight Reasons Why I Learned To Love Personal FinanceLearn how to make money online:Register for the Internet Income Seminar on December 6. Only 80 slots are available. Click here to reserve…
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  • Optoma HD Projectors arrive in the Philippines to make your home theater experience better

    Bryan
    29 Oct 2014 | 5:39 pm
    Optoma and Beyond Innovations Inc. announced a long term partnership, making Beyond its exclusive Philippine partner in distributing DLP home theater projector. Optoma’s Vice President, Dr. T. I. Lin and Beyond Innovations’ VP for Marketing and Sales, Ms. Jenny Sy, announced this partnership at Crowne Plaza Hotel Galleria Manila last October 22, 2014. Beyond Innovations, one of the leading audio/video solutions and system provider in the Phillippines, with their flagship brands, AKG, JBL, and Harman Kardon announced the addition of Optoma HD-Projector to its ever growing line…
  • Globe iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus registration now open

    Bryan
    27 Oct 2014 | 7:28 pm
      All those waiting for Globe’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are in for a treat. Because the Ayala telco recently opened registration for the sought after Apple devices. To register, click here. You would need to choose which iPhone you want, the color and capacity. When you continue, you will be greeted with options for both postpaid and prepaid. After that, just enter your email address for verification and some additional instructions. Again, despite the negative publicity, I still think the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will sell like hotcakes. Source Globe Globe iPhone 6 and iPhone…
  • Smart opens up pre-registration for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

    Bryan
    27 Oct 2014 | 6:47 pm
    The newest iPhones are finally coming to the country (officially). Smart Communications have opened up pre-registration for Apple’s latest and greatest. You can register by filling up their online form and type in your complete name, mobile number, email address, your iPhone of choice and the type of plan you have or want to have. You’ll most likely receive a call or email from a Smart representative once its available. Please click on the source link below for more details. With all the negative publicity the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have gotten for #bendgate and the Apple…
  • Ekotek’s Ekotab Encore D Review

    Bryan
    27 Oct 2014 | 1:25 am
    The Ekotab Encore D is Ekotek’s 7 inch entry level tablet. I spent some time with the device to see how it will hold up against an already crowded market. Review is up. Ekotab Encore D key specs: 7-inch display (800 x 480) 1GHz dual core Rockchip RK3026 CPU 512MB RAM 4GB storage (+microSD) 0.3 megapixel rear and front cameras WiFi 802.11 b/g/n DC-in 2,400mAh battery Android 4.2.2 Jellybean P2,799 THE REVIEW: The Ekotab Encore D features an all plastic design. The build quality is around average or a bit lower. It has large bezels for better holding the tablet, and the back has a dotted…
  • Early Christmas sale on select Kitsound Bluetooth speakers

    Bryan
    26 Oct 2014 | 8:13 pm
    Kitsound, the wonderful people behind the good value-for-money Manhattan Bluetooth headset we reviewed awhile back, is having an early Christmas sale on select Bluetooth speakers. If you’re still on the fence on getting Bluetooth speakers, then this is a good place to start. Kitsound, for their part, showed us that they know what they are doing when it comes to sound quality with their Manhattan headphones. They have found the balance between price, build quality and sound quality in most of their products. Kitsound can be purchased online in Lazada and Tack This, and in Astroplus,…
 
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    Batangas Today

  • Bear Eats Man: Bear Consumed 85% Of Man Who Suffered From Heart Attack

    Marhgil Macuha
    20 Oct 2014 | 11:17 am
    A Black Bear Credit: Wikipedia A black bear reportedly ate a body of a man who died of a heart attack while on his way to check his water supplies. According to LA Times, Marion Lee Williams, 65, from Humboldt County, collapsed and died from heart attack sometime last week not far from his property, from where the bear had also apparently lived. The bear probably came across Williams, dragged his body into a cave to eat. “It looks like he collapsed and died,” Humboldt County Deputy Coroner Roy Horton reportedly said. “The bear comes along and sees a potential food…
  • Marlisa Punzalan Wins “The X Factor Australia”

    Marhgil Macuha
    20 Oct 2014 | 9:06 am
    Marlisa Punzalan Credit: The X Factor Australia Marlisa Punzalan was proclaimed the grand winner of “The X Factor Australia” on Monday, October 20, 2014. Punzalan, a daughter of both Filipino living in Mount Druitt in Sydney, is only 15 years old, making her the youngest champion of the said talent search since 2005. Irish singer Ronan Keating mentored Punzalan on the show, where she beat Brothers 3 coached by Dannii Minogue; and Dean Ray coached by Natalie Bassingwaighte. “Thank you so much, everyone who voted and everyone who supported me, thank you so much. I…
  • Lyca Gairanod And Family Move To New Home

    Marhgil Macuha
    15 Oct 2014 | 4:33 am
    Lyca Gairanod Credit: ABS-CBN Lyca Gairanod, “The Voice Kids” champion, and her family moved to their new home in Gen. Trias, Cavite as part of the prizes she won on the said talent search, ABS-CBN News reported recently. The house was located at Camella Tierra Nevada, a 100-hectare estate development with parks and sports facilities. The house blessing was conducted on Wednesday morning, the report said. As “The Voice Kids” champion, Lyca also won P2 million and a recording contract with MCA Universal. Lyca has been an inspiration to many Filipinos whose life story…
  • “Set Your Girls Free”: National No Bra Day Celebrated For October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    Marhgil Macuha
    14 Oct 2014 | 9:16 am
    National No Bra Day Credit: AwarenessDays.co.uk Under the mantra “set your girls free,” thousands of women across the world went bra-less on October 13 to celebrate the National No Bra Day for October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month. According to Fox News, the National No Bra Day is an annual holiday started on 2011. Breast cancer survivors and supporters are using social media such as Facebook and Twitter to encourage women not to wear bra for a day to raise awareness and support breast cancer survivors. According to News Max, “No Bra Day” only evolved into a…
  • Nina Pham Identified As The Dallas Nurse Contracted With Ebola

    Marhgil Macuha
    13 Oct 2014 | 12:13 pm
    Nina Pham, a 26-year-old nurse from Texas has been identified as the nurse who contracted Ebola while taking care of Thomas Eric Duncan, the first person to die of Ebola in the United States. Credit: News10.net According to Yahoo News, Pham’s family confirmed her identity to WFAA, a local Dallas ABC News affiliate. Reports said that Pham has been isolated since late Friday. Her diagnosis was confirmed by the CDC on Sunday, October 12. This is said to be the first case that the Ebola virus has ever been transmitted in the US soil. According to reports, how Pham specifically contracted…
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  • Heroes of Olympus: Blood of Olympus released worldwide

    Kevz
    7 Oct 2014 | 3:48 am
    Blood Of Olympus, the fifth book in the Heroes of Olympus Series featuring the adventures of our demigod friends like Percy Jackson, Annabeth Chase, Jason Grace, Nico Di Angelo, Leo Valdez and more, has finally been released worldwide. October 7, 2014 marked the international release of the Blood Of Olympus book. It’s the much awaited […] The post Heroes of Olympus: Blood of Olympus released worldwide appeared first on Pinoy Teens.
  • Smart LTE for 6 months+

    Kevz
    30 Sep 2014 | 7:19 pm
    Pinoy Teens is using Smart LTE for over 6 months now. The experience with both the internet service and customer support of Smart has been excellent and outstanding. Of course, there may have been a few minor hiccups here and there with my internet connection, but all issues were surely to be resolved within 6-12 […] The post Smart LTE for 6 months+ appeared first on Pinoy Teens.
  • Subway Surfers No Jailbreak iOS Hack

    Kevz
    19 Sep 2014 | 6:52 pm
    Subway Surf, one of the more famous Temple Run-like games has just recently updated for the nth time. As far as I know, I have been able to update to every single Subway Surf iOS update while managing to purchase all the limited-edition characters available during each update ever since they started doing this “world […] The post Subway Surfers No Jailbreak iOS Hack appeared first on Pinoy Teens.
  • PWC Leadership Training 2014

    Kevz
    14 Sep 2014 | 9:12 am
    As posted on: studentblogger.net The Annual PWC Leadership Training initiated by our school’s Office of Student Affairs was the first Leadership Training that I’ve ever attended. It was a truly remarkable experience for me, it was truly a first of its kind. I’m still quite overwhelmed by all the good vibes I’ve brought home with […] The post PWC Leadership Training 2014 appeared first on Pinoy Teens.
  • Software Freedom Day at PWC

    Kevz
    30 Aug 2014 | 4:06 am
    The Information Technology Department of the Philippine Women’s College of Davao is set to host their first ever Software Freedom Day this coming September 20, 2014. Software Freedom Day 2014 is slated to be PWC I.T Department’s biggest event yet. Software Freedom Day is a globally and simultaneously held event that aims to promote and […] The post Software Freedom Day at PWC appeared first on Pinoy Teens.
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  • Taking the Oath: Filipino-American Dual Citizenship

    Ryne
    29 Oct 2014 | 7:49 pm
    This past Saturday at the Consulate General of the Philippines in Chicago, eleven Filipino-Americans took the step of making that label official by taking an oath to become full-fledged dual Filipino and American citizens. After being sworn in by Deputy Consul General Romulo Victor M. Israel Jr., the new citizens were welcomed with plates of food (naturally) while some went one room over to claim their official Philippine passports. Tags citizenship Immigration chicago cabalona
  • L.A. City Council proclaims October 2014 as Filipino-American History/Heritage Month

    PhilippineConsulateLA
    15 Oct 2014 | 6:12 am
    The Los Angeles City Council, led byCouncilmembers Mitch O’Farrell and Jose Huizar, honored the Filipino American community in Los Angeles by presenting a Resolution proclaiming October 2014 as Filipino-American History/Heritage Month on October 10, 2014 at the John Ferraro Council Chamber of the City Hall of Los Angeles.   Tags Los Angeles City Council Mitch O’Farrell Filipino-American History/Heritage Month filipino-american Filam FAHM FAHM 2014 Consul General Herrera-Lim
  • Ballet Philippines receives standing ovation in Los Angeles

    PhilippineConsulateLA
    9 Oct 2014 | 5:40 am
    Ballet Philippines is headed by its President, Ms. Margie Moran-Floirendo and known for winning the second Ms. Universe crown for the Philippines in 1973.  Godinus Executive Producer Becca Godinez and PAE Live Producer Ted Benito are the producers of Ballet Philippines’ performance in the California area.  BP is in its 45th season this year and is touring in the United States and Canada to exhibit the world-class talent of the oldest surviving ballet company in Southeast Asia.  BP founder, Ms. Tags Ballet Philippines Ballet Margie Moran Becca Godinez Ted Benito Alice Reyes
  • Filipino Parents Say the Darndest Things

    marvin
    1 Sep 2014 | 7:27 pm
    Filipino parents have some interesting ways of communicating, but they're at least memorable and mildly entertaining. There's nothing like a family get together to remind you of all the ways your parents embarrassed you growing up. But let's be honest, you say them too. Here are the Top 10 Filipino Phrases Your Parents Say1. "Psst…Hoy!"Well, that’s one way to get your attention. Tags memes animated gif parents filipino
  • Giselle "G" Töngi Named New Host and Producer of KSCI-TV LA18's Kababayan Today

    frederick alain
    23 Jul 2014 | 8:59 am
    KSCI-TV LA18, Los Angeles' #1 Asian TV station, has selected the multi-talented Giselle "G" Töngi as the new host and producer of its locally produced Filipino talk show, Kababayan Today. As America's first and only daily talk show for and about the Filipino American community, LA18 is excited about the opportunity to associate with Tongi as she takes on the responsibility and opportunity to establish a new and expanding direction for the show.  Tags G Töngi Jannelle So KSCI-TV LA18 Kababayan Today Giselle Töngi
 
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  • Indulgence by Irene: Calamansi Cheesecake

    Guia Obsum
    10 Oct 2014 | 8:53 pm
    Indulgence by Irene's new cheesecake baby...I've featured every cheesecake flavor made by Irene, a very talented home baker who's quickly making a name for herself in Manila's dessert scene. Indeed, Indulgence by Irene has come a long way from baking these goods for friends and for personal consumption, to making them available for ordering and in bazaars so that more people can get a taste of why it is hailed as one of Manila's best cheesecakes.Among her four available variants---Queso de Bola, Chocnut, Tablea, and Ube---I was enamored with the QDB and Ube, both rich, utterly creamy, and…
  • Sabroso at Midas Café, Midas Hotel

    Guia Obsum
    4 Oct 2014 | 7:08 am
    Eating through the archipelago, one month at a time, one bite at a time.The hard thing about being a country made up of thousands of islands is that you can't just go to far-off provinces or cities on a whim. You'd either have to travel by plane or by boat, thereby making it harder for you to travel as often as you'd want to. Among other things, it's the delicious cuisine from the different regions that you'd most likely miss out on.Enter Filipino food festivals such as what Midas Café is currently hosting. From August to November 2014, Midas Café is offering a feast of culinary treasures…
  • An Australian Sojourn at Circles Event Café, Makati Shangri-La Hotel

    Guia Obsum
    27 Sep 2014 | 12:20 am
    G'day mate!For one week, one of my favorite hotel buffet places in the metro---Circles Event Café---will be donning the Australian flag, as well as a team of koalas and kangaroos. Australian Chef Matthew McCool has flown in from Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney to prepare his signature creations for this Australian Sojourn spread.I was invited to an exclusive media lunch to commemorate this exciting temporary takeover. Present were the VIPs who made this collaboration possible, including the Australian Ambassador Bill Tweddell, no less. This one week event is also in partnership with Cebu Pacific…
  • Sabores de Mexico at Café Eight, Crimson Hotel Alabang

    Guia Obsum
    20 Sep 2014 | 2:00 am
    Celebrating the Mexican cuisine at Café Eight...Geared up and ready for a Mexican feast!Last Wednesday, we were invited to attend the launch of Sabores de Mexico to commemorate Mexican National Day. The event was held at Crimson Hotel's Café Eight, where we were treated to a night of great food and entertainment.There was a huge crowd in attendance. Guests from the Mexican community, government and business sectors, media personalities, and society figures were present, even the Mexican Ambassador, Julio Camarena, and his lovely wife, Ana Maria Romandetto were there. The event opened with a…
  • Get Ready for The Ultimate Taste Test 2014!

    Guia Obsum
    19 Sep 2014 | 5:59 pm
    Where food and foodies unite...It's that time of the year again, when the country's most promising food purveyors and the metro's hungriest foodies gather under one big roof. Made possible by Our Awesome Planet and San Miguel Lifestyle Brews, the Ultimate Taste Test is a food tasting event where 40+ food concessionaires offer samples of their products from savory fare to sweet treats to delightful drinks.So what do you have to do?1. Buy a ticket. Tickets are P600 per head and inclusive of food tasting portions from the food purveyors, a bottle of San Miguel Super Dry, Premium All-Malt,…
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  • UPDATE: August 2014 LET (Teacher Board Exam) results release by end of October - PRC Baguio

    Lorena Ladao
    27 Oct 2014 | 2:14 am
    The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) conducted the Board Licensure Examination for Professional Teachers (BLEPT) last August 17, 2014.The August 2014 Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) or the Teachers Board Exam was given by PRC and Board for Professional Teachers (BPT) in the following testing center: NCR- Manila, Baguio, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Palawan, Laoag, Legazpi
  • PRC List of Passers for August 2014 LET Teacher Board Exam Results (Elementary and Secondary)

    Lorena Ladao
    26 Oct 2014 | 8:11 pm
    The complete list of passers, topnotchers (top 10), top performing schools and performance of schools of the Licensure Examination for Teachers for August 2014.Elementary Teacher Board Exam (Alphabetical List of Passers)Performance of schools in the August 2014 Teacher Licensure Examination (Elementary Level) Top 10 (Topnotchers) August 2014 LET Elementary List of passers August 2014 LET
  • Video: Vice Ganda and Ryan Bang's Magpasikat performance in 5th anniversary of It’s Showtime

    Lorena Ladao
    24 Oct 2014 | 1:49 am
    PHOTO: Screengrab from Arbee Ortiz / ABS-CBN Showtime hosts and comedians Vice Ganda and Ryan Bang performed an original composition that touched the hearts of the viewers for "Magpasikat Week" during the celebration of 'It's Showtime' 5th anniversary, on Thursday, October 23, 2014.Contrary to what they normally does, Vice Ganda, together with Ryan, came up with original song about equality
  • View or Download: Proposed 2015 Philippine National Budget

    Lorena Ladao
    23 Oct 2014 | 8:19 am
    The Aquino administration's proposed P2.606-trillion National Budget for 2015. It was designed specifically to fuel economic growth and bring direct and sustainable benefits to all Filipinos.The proposed expenditure program for next year is 15.1 percent higher than the P2.265-trillion budget of 2014.The House of Representatives is scheduled to approve the proposed P2.606-trillion national budget
  • WATCH: Sister Cristina Scuccia, The Voice of Italy Winner, sings 'Like a Virgin'

    Lorena Ladao
    22 Oct 2014 | 11:30 pm
    PHOTO: Screengrab from sistercristinaVEVO Sister Cristina Scuccia, the singing nun who won The Voice of Italy in June, has released unusual music video singing Madonna’s “Like a Virgin” around Venice.The song has been modified to reflect Sister Cristina’s image and musical style, and takes on a slower, more reflective feel, different from Madonna’s energetic tune.Sister Cristina told an Italian
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  • How To Market Your Start-Up Business On A Budget

    Guest Post
    29 Oct 2014 | 9:18 pm
    This is a guest post from blogger Gilbert Bermudez. Gilbert writes for CashCashPinoy, a Philippine based e-commerce website for discounted goods and services. You can follow his activities on his Google+. Here are some tips from business and marketing experts on how to create buzz about your start-up business within the city. Know your market. If your business caters to a specific niche, make it a point to know not just their demographics but also their psyche or psychographics. Know what their buying habits are, what influences their decisions in making a purchase, their lifestyle, their…
  • Victim-blaming Jennifer Laude For The “Crime” Of Existing As A Trangendered Woman

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    20 Oct 2014 | 7:54 pm
    This article is a guest post from regular contributor Motzie Dapul. It’s no real surprise to find some of the worst examples of allegedly “human” behavior in the comments sections of Filipino news articles. It seems as though we’ve accepted the reality of bad-grammar internet criminals who are the ultimate examples of internet trolls, people who disregard humane and decent behavior and call it a joke. But as with all things, there will always be a division of opinions, arguments on the internet, dissent among the ranks of commenters everywhere. Keeping this in mind, I delved…
  • Confessions Of A Boyzilian Wax Virgin

    Guest Post
    14 Oct 2014 | 11:56 pm
    This is a guest article from regular contributor M. Emmanuel Canlas. I’ve gotten my legs waxed before. So, I pretty much know how the waxing session will go. But, as it was my first time getting a Boyzilian wax (otherwise known as a “Male Brazilian” or a “Brozilian” wax), it was totally nerve-wracking. It felt like I was getting circumcised again. At the back of my head, I asked myself, “Why did I say yes to this again?” Oh yeah, a dare — great. The reception area of The Body Spa & Waxing Lounge. The ladies of The Body Spa and Waxing Lounge…
  • Homemade Cookies, Grooming Essentials for Men, And An Indie Film Festival

    vonbryan_c@yahoo.com
    28 Sep 2014 | 8:13 am
    Here’s a list of things and events we’re currently going ga-ga over. Photo via Charliekins and genasiopao (Instagram). First, homemade cookies! An absolute steal at Php250 a bag, these cookies from Charliekins (called chewies) are the best things ever. Each bag contains about 20 mini cookies (about an inch and a half in diameter) chock full of chocolate, with that chewy bite and texture Mrs. Fields was once famous for until they stopped caring. We got the chocolate chip, which has that salty-sweet taste is to die for. Charles de Jesus, the proprietor, doesn’t have a…
  • A Restaurant Serving Great Thai Cuisine in White Plains, Quezon City

    vonbryan_c@yahoo.com
    16 Sep 2014 | 11:58 pm
    We always pass by this restaurant in White Plains whenever we go to our favorite spa, The Body Spa and Waxing Lounge (ahem), and never really gave it much thought until a week ago. Called Basil, it used to be one of those places which sold ornamental plants along White Plains, but which has since been converted into a beautiful Thai restaurant. We strongly recommend this place if you’re in the area and looking for good Thai food. The interiors are dark and lovely, with a small pond in the corner, candles, Thai-inspired decor, and a fairly intimidating wall of earth, roots and plants…
 
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