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How Immigration’s Anti-Fraud Unit Works

How Immigration’s Anti-Fraud Unit Works

Reis Pagtakhan

In September, the Federal Court decided the case of Mr. Wang Hui. In this case, Mr. Hui’s immigration application was refused because the visa office concluded that he provided fraudulent information regarding his work

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APilgrimage to Italy

APilgrimage to Italy

Gem and Lita

A spiritual journey or a religious vacation to sacred sites and destinations commonly known as pilgrimage may be life-changing, faith-healing or faith-deepening. Our pilgrimage to grand Catholic Italy is more than a religious vacation,

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UFC 140: Jones vs Machida

UFC 140: Jones vs Machida

Big Marv

On Saturday, December 10th, UFC returns to Toronto to hold another stellar pay per view event at the Air Canada Centre. The first time they were in Toronto, on April 30th this year, the

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Year Ender in Music for 2011, part 1: Rock

Year Ender in Music for 2011, part 1: Rock

aLfie vera meLLa

(On 55 New Rock Albums Released This Year) Last year I ended my music column with an article listing my recommended albums released in 2010, proving that the music industry in general has a

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Naniniwala Ka Ba na May Diyos?

Naniniwala Ka Ba na May Diyos?

aLfie vera meLLa

(On Humans’ Ability to Do Goodness and Capacity to Commit Evil with or Without the God) Atheism, in its simplest definition, is the non-belief in the existence of the God or any other deity

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Doon Po sa Amin, sa Munti Naming Kusina

Doon Po sa Amin, sa Munti Naming Kusina

aLfie vera meLLa

(On Some Kitchen Words and Their Corresponding Names in Filipino) The kitchen is many people’s most favorite part of the house, especially for those who love eating or cooking. Why not, when it is

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Holiday Glitter

Holiday Glitter

Tia Provici

Shimmer, shine and sparkle are all the rage in makeup this holiday season. Think “you” but with a bit more “wow” and glamour to your look. This joyous time of year is famous for

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Decrowning Corona

Decrowning Corona

Perry Diaz

The Philippines is now polarized between two Titans! Either you’re for President Benigno “P-Noy” Aquino III or for Supreme Court (SC) Justice Renato Corona. There is no middle ground. The conflict between them could

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Philippines bids for Guinness’ longest line of coins

Philippines bids for Guinness’ longest line of coins

A chain of more than 70 kilometers made up of 25-centavo coins could break the Guinness World Record for the longest line of coins. The event called, “Barya ng mga Bayani [Coins of Heroes]:

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DAP Graduate School conducts academic program

DAP Graduate School conducts academic program

Master in Public Management (MPM) and Master in Productivity and Quality Management (MPQM) students recently gathered at the DAP Conference Center in Tagaytay City for an academic fellowship organized by the Development Academy of

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