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What happens if there is not enough space to answer questions in an immigration application?

What happens if there is not enough space to answer questions in an immigration application?

Reis Pagtakhan

All immigration forms have a limited amount of space for a person’s answers. If an answer requires more space, what do you do? Just because an immigration form has a limited amount of space

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Tasmania – “A World Apart, Not a World Away”

Tasmania – “A World Apart, Not a World Away”

Gem and Lita

Where would you experience breathing the purest air in the world? Or living for a day in the unspoiled environment of a vast parkland? Nowhere else but in Tasmania, known as the “island of

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Chilling with Eric Perez

Chilling with Eric Perez

Big Marv

Saturday, September 10th, Canadian Fighting Championship returns to the Winnipeg Convention Centre with CFC7. This is a card loaded with exciting local fighters and intriguing match ups. The most exciting fighter on the card

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The Wave Splashes Eternal, part 13

The Wave Splashes Eternal, part 13

aLfie vera meLLa

(On Blancmange and Crowded House) Contrary to what many people say, I regard the Internet age as also the golden age of music because in this age a music enthusiast has the power to

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Beat, Pump, Flow, Absorb, Excrete

Beat, Pump, Flow, Absorb, Excrete

aLfie vera meLLa

(On Internal Organs of the Human Body and Their Filipino Names) Many parents enjoy teaching their Canadian-born or -raised children Filipino words for common human body parts. Like, you could usually observe a mother

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Is Figaro’s ‘luck’ running out?

Is Figaro’s ‘luck’ running out?

Perry Diaz

“Figaro” is the name of the main character in the play, “The Barber of Seville,” which was first played in 1775. But today – or should I say in the last decade – “Figaro”

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P-Noy meets Hu?

P-Noy meets Hu?

I received a WikiLeaks recording of the private meeting between Philippine President Benigno “P-Noy” Aquino III and Chinese President Hu Jintao prior to their official bilateral meeting in Beijing during P-Noy’s state visit to

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Pinoy students excel in international math, science tilt

Pinoy students excel in international math, science tilt

The 8th International Mathematics and Science Olympiad (IMSO) for primary schools held from September 2 to 6 in Naga City saw students from the Philippines and Singapore declared as champions. Farrell Eldrian Wu of

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Manny Pacquiao finds time to shop at the Big Apple

Manny Pacquiao finds time to shop at the Big Apple

Manny Pacquiao hit the Big Apple early Monday morning from Manila via San Francisco. After a nice and easy day in his Loews Regency Hotel suite, Pacquiao hits the road Tuesday, starting off with

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Kenkoy makes a comeback

Kenkoy makes a comeback

Perry Diaz

The greatest work of the Father of Philippine Cartoons, Tony Velasquez’s Kenkoy, will be featured in Solo Pinoy Cartoonist Memorabilia’s second installment of the well-loved Pinoy cartoonist memorabilia series. Way back in 1929 long

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