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Beat My Five: Fun Facts

Happy new year everyone! I know it is a bit late now, but this is my first entry of the year. I would like to thank everyone who visited, and follow my blog. 1,297 more words

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Bakit Maraming Gustong Mag-abroad?

Aminin na natin: mahirap mabuhay sa Pinas!

Sa mahal ng mga bilihin, matrikula, kuryente, tubig at kung anu-ano pa, wala halos natitira sa kakarampot na kita ni  256 more words

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63rd Miss Universe Pageant

Sa totoo lang, baliw na yata tayong mga Pinoy sa Miss Universe Pageant.  Kung gaano tayo kabait at nagpakabanal noong bumisita ang Santo Papa, ganoon naman tayo kasungit at kasama dahil lang natalo ang ating kandidata sa nakaraang Miss Universe competition. 250 more words

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Thank you, King Abdullah.

I woke up late last Friday, 23 Feb. 2015.  The first thing I usually do when I wake up is to turn on my TV.  Al Jazeera English confirmed the death of our beloved King Abdullah, ruler of Saudi Arabia.  122 more words

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Morogmon went home to Iloilo

The day after our shopping trip to Divisoria and sightseeing at the Binondo, my sister and I went to Iloilo, our home town.  Despite being away for so long, and despite not having a structure called home anymore, my family still considers Iloilo our home.  466 more words

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Position paper on Memorandum Circular-08 (MC-08), Series of 2014, implementing guidelines for the integration of international passenger service charge (IPSC) in the airline ticket point of sale, or the automatic inclusion of the Php550 NAIA terminal fee in airline ticket sales

Prepared by Migrante International, November 2014, updated January 2015

Migrante International strongly protests the automatic inclusion of the Php550 terminal fee in airline tickets. This new rule was enforced via Memorandum Circular-08, Series of 2014, following a memorandum of agreement between the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) and airline carriers. 1,040 more words

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Bosconian Influence

Here is a young couple, Gelo Valdez and Kae P. Valdez, as they reflect on some significant lessons they learnt from Don Bosco.

When we met, Gelo was a high school senior in Don Bosco Makati. 528 more words

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