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2000 Annual Hidden Tradition: Hanging Coffins

Culture, an important factor in shaping societies. Every culture creates its own traditions with experience in a hundred years. Ancient people since birth, many milestones such as marriage and death ceremonies and is known to form the core teachings of the faith. 955 more words

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Aftergrad Aftermath

Most of us graduated college with our minds focused on the moment of us making it through. We feel the surge of emotion for achieving this feat. 319 more words

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POKEMON BURGERS

 I’f you`re a burger lover and want to try on these POKEMON BURGERS!!

The Picachu  filled with fries, while the Charmander is bright orange and packed full of volcanic cheese and it’s loaded up with veggies. 10 more words

Philippine leader seeks arms from Russia & China, pursues policies independent from US

Published time: 14 Sep, 2016 04:55

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The Philippines will pursue “independent” foreign and military policies separate from US interests in the region, the country’s president said, announcing that in order to avoid any confrontations with China he would halt joint Filipino navy patrols with the US. 680 more words

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Activity holidays with a full route: El Nido, Palawan Island

Philippines El Nido area, by National Geographic Traveler magazine’s

El Nido, Palawan, at the west of the island’s north-east of the Philippines. Millions of years of rocky limestone rain, waves and wind erosion as a result of many caves in the area of the lagoon, hidden coves formed. 968 more words

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Obama, Duterte and other notorious political insults

  • 6 September 2016

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Image captionPresident Duterte has apologised for comments made in the past

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has said he regrets calling his US counterpart Barack Obama the “ 1,508 more words

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Compassion Wednesday: Reblog: How To Dream Like a Champion

This story first appeared on Compassion International’s Blog on August 16, 2016.

Poverty robs children of hope. Hope that tomorrow can be different than today. 288 more words

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