Joan Duhaylungsod
Far from Quiet

by Joan Duhaylungsod
joan@filipinojournal.com

PNAM holds 1st symposium to IENs

PNAM holds 1st symposium to IENs

Joan Duhaylungsod

To guide nurses to the licensing process in Manitoba by Joan Duhaylungsod More than 60 Internationally Educated Nurses (IENs) participated in the symposium on the nursing registration process in Manitoba. Conducted by the Philippine

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Summer bits and pieces:  On smiles, books, and highways

Summer bits and pieces: On smiles, books, and highways

Joan Duhaylungsod

So how has your summer been? Sure, we had scorching temperatures in the past three months, and while we can only hope that summer feeling extends through fall, there is no way to stop

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Sulat ni Juana

Sulat ni Juana

Joan Duhaylungsod

(A letter from Jane) Dear Philippines, Look at me now. Remember the first time you saw me leave you. I was still plain and simple. That day, I wore my comfort clothes- a plain

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Disgrace

Disgrace

Joan Duhaylungsod

One of the most disturbing videos I have seen lately is that which involved a male Filipino nurse who battered an elderly in a care home in United KIngdom. Jonathan Aquino, a 30-year old

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It’s more fun in the Philippines. Amen.

It’s more fun in the Philippines. Amen.

Joan Duhaylungsod

The Department of Tourism (DoT) has recently launched its new campaign to promote tourism in the Philippines- and thus far, this has been an epic success. The DoT released in the first week of

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What if the 2012 prediction is true? Are we doomed?

What if the 2012 prediction is true? Are we doomed?

Joan Duhaylungsod

While you are reading all the “Happy New Year” text messages flooding your inbox, you suddenly hear the news about some predictions that the world will end on December 21, this year. The news

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Up Close with Lea Salonga

Up Close with Lea Salonga

Joan Duhaylungsod

For a moment, the gloomy noon of March 17 was eclipsed when two bright artists, both Filipino talents who have gone international, met up in Winnipeg. In the faces of the Tony Award Winner

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Twenty-five years after the People Power 1, what now?

Twenty-five years after the People Power 1, what now?

Joan Duhaylungsod

I was still in my mom’s womb when the People Power 1 took place. Unlike fashion which is usually popular to one generation but not to the other, the story of EDSA which happened

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What happened to Shaira Luna?

What happened to Shaira Luna?

Joan Duhaylungsod

If you were still in the Philippines in the ‘90s, you must have heard of her name. She was the toddler who already read science books; the little girl who played a lot of

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