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This boy vends bítso, something akin to a long john doughnut, kept in a large polystyrene box. He squeezes his “honky horn” to call customers.

Photo by I.R. Arenas

Workers

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The quaint town of Naic is strewn with roofed wooden, sometimes bamboo, benches. Put in an old colonial-style house and an old man in a bicycle, and the quiet rustic imagery is complete.

Photo by I.R. Arenas

Random People

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These men walk in a trail, carrying fishing nets and depositing them on boats stationed at the shore.

Photo by I.R. Arenas

Random People

Seven Churches To Visit in Cavite

​Tomorrow, La Isla tours offers another group of participants for a tour around some of Cavite’s best churches for the Lenten season. Here are some of them: 1,122 more words

Internship

Four Ways for Insurers to Prepare for New NAIC Cybersecurity Rules

By Adam Hamm, Managing Director
Risk and Compliance

Cybersecurity and technology represent immense challenges and opportunities for all insurers and financial services companies. Organizations need to protect sensitive information and customer data to the greatest extent possible, and to recover as quickly as possible in the event of a breach. 597 more words

Regulatory Compliance

Illinois Doubles “Credit Reporting Fee” for Insurance CE Hours

Effective March 2, the state-mandated fee for reporting Illinois insurance continuing education credit hours to the appropriate licensing authorities has increased from 50 cents per hour to $1 per hour. 102 more words

Continuing Education

States eye health insurance regulations to control drug costs | FierceHealthcare

Read the following. How does all that sound to you, good ideas? My favorite is the requirement that only fixed co-payment drug plans can be offered. 423 more words

Healthcare