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Tried the Indian restaurant here in my hometown and it doesn’t disappoint! It will be my go to restaurant!!


Duterte ‘neutral’ on ABS-CBN despite reported fresh tirades, says spokesman

President Rodrigo Duterte joins a video conference of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), June 26, 2020. Albert Alcain, Presidential Photo/File MANILA — President Rodrigo Duterte is "of course neutral" on ABS-CBN Corp, even as he reportedly hurled fresh tirades against the network after the Congress rejection of its franchise renewal, his spokesperson said […] 19 more words

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Duterte tags business conglomerates as ‘bedrock of PH oligarchy’

MANILA – President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday tagged the Ayalas and Lopezes as the bedrock of oligarchy in the Philippines that he claimed to have dismantled, citing alleged violations by companies owned by the family conglomerates. 39 more words

Philippine Real Estate

Dine In: Ramen Nagi

As the world slowly tries to recover from the crippling effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses start to open and try to strike a delicate balance between resumption of operations and the health and safety both of its workers and of the public. 263 more words


Esteban Sampzon, Filipino in Buenos Aires

Cristo de la Columna; Museo Fernández Blanco

Manila was the world’s first global city in the true sense of the word. Its discovery by Europeans (its self-revelation to them?) in the 16th century came at the heels of the fall of Constantinople, which for centuries linked East with West. 1,508 more words

Breaking #FoxNews Alert : Tommy Tuberville defeats former AG Jeff Sessions in Alabama GOP Senate runoff election

Breaking #FoxNews Alert : Tommy Tuberville defeats former AG Jeff Sessions in Alabama GOP Senate runoff election

— Philippines Rants and Raves (@DuctKeller) July 15, 2020…

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[Krew Says] Constitution Day in South Korea


Each year, South Korea celebrates Constitution Day (Jeheonjeol) on July 17 to honor its constitution. The South Korean Constitution was promulgated on July 17, 1948, with its ninth revision on October 29, 1987 currently being followed by the country. 627 more words