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Senator-Cynthia-Villar

MANILA – Senator Cynthia Villar said that the middle class should not be receiving financial aid from the government amid the COVID-19 pandemic. During the Senate hearing on coronavirus measures on Tuesday, May 19, Villar question the idea that middle-class families should receive assistance from the government’s social amelioration program (SAP). “Yung 18 million is 82%. Bakit bibigyan ‘yung middle eh may trabaho sila, kahit lockdown nagsusweldo sila sa gobyerno

“Bayanihan Musikahan: Bridging Music to Help in Unprecedented Times”

Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything. – Plato This quote is a good reflection on how music can affect the lives of every people in good times and bad times. It brings ease to the ones listening to it. As for Filipinos, music is life to them. It’s one way of expressing emotions, hope, strength, and cheer.

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President Rodrigo Duterte called on the Filipinos to be both supportive and helpful in ensuring a better future for the country. Duterte made a statement as he joined the Catholics in the celebration of the Black Nazarene Day. For generations, this dedication to the Nazarene, which achieves its highest expression in the annual Translation, continues to reinforce filipinos’ faith in times of court. Every year, millions of people gather for

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Canada needs more than 2,000 professional and semi-skilled foreign workers. In the same way, Slovenia needs 2,000 to 5,000 professional and semi-skilled workers. Salary could be up to $1,000 or P50,000 to P75,000 per month. The POEA advised interested applicants to prepare requirements such as passports and training certifications while the agreement was being ironed out. POEA also said that the chances of getting hired in Canada and Slovenia are

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Nineteen Filipinos were wounded in a road accident involving a public transport vehicle in Via Cassia, north of Rome last week, the Department of Foreign Affairs. The Philippine Embassy, according to the DFA, was able to identify and obtain contact details for the Filipinos following the accident last Wednesday, Oct. 16. No one was in a critical condition, said the DFA. The Filipinos, moaning of muscle pain, seek immediate medical

This image is about the 2019 Red Charity Gala

At one of Philippine’s biggest fashion events, the Red Charity Gala 2019, the brightest Filipino stars gathered for a cause. Held on Saturday at Shangri-La at the Fort, The Red Charity Gala saw queens of beauty, actors, renowned fashion designers and even sashaying executives dressed in the nines. Heart Evangelista, Lovi Poe, Kylie Verzosa, Megan Young, Andrea Torres, Derek Ramsay, Richard Gomez, Lucy Torres, Vicki Belo, and Hayden Kho are

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A thousand jobs will be available to the Filipinos in the Israeli tourism sector by November, said Monday Israeli ambassador to the Philippines. The government-to-government agreement was the result of last year’s visit to the Near East by President Rodrigo Duterte. The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration will hire Filipino employees as Israel aims to prevent middle businesses. Harpaz stated that the arrangement with Manila by Jerusalem is the first of

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With intentional golden strokes, artist Taipan Lucero proudly revives an ancient script in the hope of encouraging an endangered but controversial portion of the heritage of the Philippines. Once restricted to history courses, Baybayin, a 17-character indigenous script used before Spanish colonization, makes a comeback among the nation’s millennials, young professionals, and diaspora. Even as technology makes writing by hand obsolete, internet calligraphy videos and digital fonts for the script

Malaysia

Malaysian authorities have detained a Filipina at a house in Kota Kinabalu for supposedly trafficking more than 5.9 kilograms of shabu, a press report said. The 32-year-old Filipina, whose name was not recognized in the Malaysian newspaper The Star’s report, could face the death sentence if discovered guilty of the charges. Presidential spokesman Salvador Panelo said in a declaration that the Philippine government will extend free legal help to the

Duterte

He may be cold towards Iceland, but President Rodrigo Duterte said that severing connections with the Nordic country could impact some 2,000 Filipinos employed there. The president stated that he is seriously considering that  it could influence the relationships between filipinos and the host nation. Iceland submitted a resolution to the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) seeking a thorough review of the human rights situation in the Philippines, including