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Lapses of past Phil Presidents

Lapses of past Phil Presidents

Max Sangil

It will be useful and important to look back and maybe point the finger of blame to many past presidents of our country, particularly to those chief executives who were from Central and North

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Baalbek, “City of the Sun”, Lebanon

Baalbek, “City of the Sun”, Lebanon

Gem and Lita

Despite its diminutive size (only 10,452 sq. km.), the Republic of Lebanon is a country within the Middle Eastern region with a long and rich history dating back more than 7,000 years. The country’s

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Appeasing the Chinese Dragon

Appeasing the Chinese Dragon

Perry Diaz

According to Chinese mythology, dragons are legendary creatures that symbolize power and strength. Today, the Chinese Dragon is China’s national symbol just like the eagle is to the U.S. and the bear to Russia.

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Kindness

Kindness

Tony and Letty Antonio

Kindness is the path to Happiness. This is a simple statement with a profound truth that seems to have escaped all human history and philosophy. Galatians 5:22-23 – “But the fruit of the Spirit

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Jhayzon Paredes: Rocker Entrepreneur

Jhayzon Paredes: Rocker Entrepreneur

Levy Abad

by Levy Abad Many of those who are familiar with the Rock ’n’ Roll scene of Winnipeg’s Filipino community most likely know also Jason “Jhayzon” Paredes as a rakista and the founder of three

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Villar: Additional lanes along Napindan Bridge 2 to open by July

Villar: Additional lanes along Napindan Bridge 2 to open by July

Consistent with the mandate of the President Rodrigo Duterte to fastrack project, Department of Public Work Secretary Mark Villar announced that two additional lanes along the Napindan Bridge 2 can soon be accessed by

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SSS to release P71M for P1,000 benefit under special cases

SSS to release P71M for P1,000 benefit under special cases

The state-run Social Security System on Thursday said it has released about P71.84 million to its partner banks for the P1,000 additional benefit of the first batch of pensioners under special cases. SSS President

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Piñol Sees Bumper Rice Harvest this Year

Piñol Sees Bumper Rice Harvest this Year

Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Piñol said today, Thursday/March 30, that he sees a bumper harvest of rice this season based on his visual appreciation of farm areas he visited at the start of the year.

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Piece by peace

Piece by peace

Presidential Peace Adviser Secretary Jesus G. Dureza, representing President Rodrigo Roa Duterte, said that the message of the President is very simple, “Everybody could help bring peace in the land.” Speaking before the Mindanao

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DOLE to repatriate 5,000 Saudi OFWs

DOLE to repatriate 5,000 Saudi OFWs

The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) will repatriate at least 5,000 overseas Filipino workers (OFW) who are currently stranded at various cities in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). Labor Secretary Silvestre H.

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