Vol. 26 No. 03 Archives - Filipino Journal

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Penthouse sold to Corona at reduced price due to water damage

Penthouse sold to Corona at reduced price due to water damage

An official of the Megaworld Properties and Holdings, Inc. testified at the 9th day of Corona’s impeachment trial that the penthouse unit of impeached Chief Justice Renato C. Corona was sold in 2008 at

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Julia Montes willing to be paired with older actors

Julia Montes willing to be paired with older actors

Filipino-German actress Julia Montes is willing to be paired with older actors anew in future movie projects. Julia, 16, currently topbills the primetime series “Walang Hanggan” along with actor CocoMartin, 30. They play the

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Jeff Timmons looks forward to perform in Manila

Jeff Timmons looks forward to perform in Manila

Jeff Timmons said he knows Manila fairly well including its pancit, jeepney traffic rides, and pretty Filipinas that he is looking forward to performing in Manila. Timmons said the wild traffic in Manila is

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Filipina singer first foreigner to win Korean nat’l songfest

Filipina singer first foreigner to win Korean nat’l songfest

Mary Viena Tolentino Park, 27, a native of Bulacan, recently made history in South Korea when she became the first foreigner to win the “daesang,” or grand prize, in the 2011 KBS 1TV National

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Can You Go to Jail for Submitting False Documents to Immigration?

Can You Go to Jail for Submitting False Documents to Immigration?

Reis Pagtakhan

Immigration law requires all applicants to be truthful. This means being truthful in what you write down in an application and with the documents you submit. Submitting false information with an immigration application can

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Christchurch – the “Garden City” of New Zealand

Christchurch – the “Garden City” of New Zealand

Gem and Lita

Walking on streets with names like Worcester, Gloucester, Peterborough, or Lichfield, punting on the tree-lined and meandering Avon River, touring the English-style gardens, walkways and cycle paths under magnificent trees, or driving past a

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Ano ang Iyong Kinahuhumalingan?

Ano ang Iyong Kinahuhumalingan?

aLfie vera meLLa

(On Understanding the Roots of One’s Fixation and Some Fond Youthful Memories) In November 2004, while I was organizing some articles I printed, I saw my grandfather get the small scissors from my shelf

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The Precious Lifeblood of a Master Spirit

The Precious Lifeblood of a Master Spirit

aLfie vera meLLa

(On Some More Randomly Selected Books Reviewed) Last issue, I started reviewing books selected randomly from my vast collection. Here are my short reviews of some more books in that collection. 1. The Art

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Brouhaha over pirated DVDs

Brouhaha over pirated DVDs

Perry Diaz

From the time President Benigno “P-Noy” Aquino III appointed Ronald Llamas as presidential adviser on political affairs, Llamas has become the lightning rod for criticism against P-Noy’s administration. But P-Noy doesn’t seem to be

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2012 Toyota Camry: Completely Redesigned

2012 Toyota Camry: Completely Redesigned

Ron Cantiveros

I remember my uncle was passionate about his Camry back when I was in high school. He took that car on so many long drives all over Canada. I was a teenager at the

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