Vol. 31 No. 04 Archives - Filipino Journal

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The power of a mother love…

The power of a mother love…

Rod Cantiveros

Looking at a deficit of 3-28 in the third quarter, Tom Brady, a quarterback of the NFL New England Patriot, was strongly focused on winning the super bowl come what may. His mind, his

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Uncle Sam or Xi Dada: A question of trust

Uncle Sam or Xi Dada: A question of trust

Perry Diaz

One of the most quoted maxims in politics is: “There are no permanent friends, no permanent enemies, only permanent interests.” But regardless of whether you’re dealing with a friend or an enemy, the one

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AJAC Cars of the Year: VW Golf Alltrack & Subaru Forester

AJAC Cars of the Year: VW Golf Alltrack & Subaru Forester

Ron Cantiveros

It’s been a couple years since I last attended the Canadian Autoshow in Toronto and the early morning news conferences have been fast and furious. Over 40 new vehicle announcements including several concept vehicles

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Friendship

Friendship

Tony and Letty Antonio

Friendship is the hardest thing in the world to explain. It’s not something you learn in school. But if you haven’t learned the meaning of Friendship, you really haven’t learned anything. Friendship is a

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Getting kids hooked on fishing – A tip for success

Getting kids hooked on fishing – A tip for success

Eric Labaupa

If you have ever taken a younger person on a fishing outing with you before, you have no doubt dreaded hearing the words “I’m bored,” or “Can we go home yet”. “There’s no fish,”

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Senate ratifies social security agreement with Japan

Senate ratifies social security agreement with Japan

The Philippine Senate has concurred in the ratification of a social security agreement between the Philippines and Japan which sought to protect the social security rights of overseas Filipinos in Japan. Senate President Pro-Tempore

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Power supply gets normal in quake-stricken Surigao

Power supply gets normal in quake-stricken Surigao

The National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) said electric power has been restored in quake-stricken areas in Surigao del Norte. NDRRMC spokesman Romina Marasigan at a press briefing said government authorities continued

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SSS extends help to victims of typhoon Nina

SSS extends help to victims of typhoon Nina

To show that the Social Security System (SSS) cares for its members and pensioners, the pension fund distributed relief goods to 1,000 families from four barangays in Bicol- Magurang, Alnay, Basud and Gabon- which

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How do you solve a problem like Duterte?

How do you solve a problem like Duterte?

by Max Sangil Going eight months in office and the traditional 100 days honeymoon period was long over. Is the Duterte administration deserves the political grace of our people? His cursing. His double speak

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House leaders question STL, ask PCSO to revisit charter

House leaders question STL, ask PCSO to revisit charter

In a hearing called to investigate the proliferation of illegal gambling and the use of small town lottery (STL) as front for illegal gambling, House leaders led by Speaker Pantaleon D. Alvarez asked officials

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