Senate President Pro Tempore Ralph Recto filed a new bill that seeks the “lifetime validity” of birth certificates. When approved, government agencies have to accept a birth certificate regardless of when it was issued. The Philippine Statistics Office (PSA) said that birth certificates have no expiration dates. However, Senator Recto said that he filed for this […]
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Plus 5 Things you probably didn’t know about California cheese Last May, I was fortunate to join one of the best events I’ve attended so far in my decade long career as a food blogger – A Beer and Cheese tasting event by the California Milk Advisory Board (Real California Milk). To me it was […]
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Mayor Benjamin Magalong found a clump of 45 fully grown Benguet pine trees which were ‘murdered’ on one of his inspections. The trees were located on a vacant lot along Legarda Road and seemingly died due to “poisonous or toxic substances.” Magalong swore to find the perpetrators and file the appropriate charges against them. (3,000 Trees Were […]
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2019 has been good proof that nostalgia sells, with an array of White Rabbit-flavored items available for those with the sweetest of tooths. From White Rabbit ice cream to White Rabbit milk tea, there has been no shortage of candy-inspired desserts. The newest offering that’s just come out is White Rabbit Candy Milk — which […]
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The Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) announced last July 26 their recommendation to close down certain areas in El Nido, Palawan due to poor water quality. This follows the government’s efforts to environmentally conserve popular tourist areas in the Philippines. Aside from the Boracay clean-up, environment officials have been vigilant in policing establishments […]
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Remember Wave — the Marvel superhero from Cebu that the internet just couldn’t get enough of a few months ago? Well, following her appearance in War of the Realms: Agents of Atlas she is now about to get even more screen (page?) time in the AERO series. We’ll be getting more than just glimpses of her as the […]
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For the very first time, Korean actor and singer Cha Eun Woo will be coming to Manila for CHA EUN-WOO 1st Fan Meeting Tour [JUST ONE 10 MINUTE] in MANILA on Saturday, October 26 at the New Frontier Theater. Presented by Wilbros Live. K-Drama and K-Pop fans will surely be in for a treat as the Korean superstar is one of the […]
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The public school system in the Philippines is known to produce some tough roadblocks for students and teachers alike, but it is also known to possess some of the most caring and compassionate individuals. It is not uncommon for us to hear stories of teachers going above and beyond for their students, often dedicating their personal time, effort, and […]
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Senior homecare has never been a particularly popular option for Filipinos. Most likely due to our cultural habits like utang ng loob and the importance of family, we tend to view homecare as escaping a responsibility we have towards our elders. But the painful truth is that sometimes there are others better equipped to give […]
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Ever tried to see what you look like if you were 50 years old older with an app called FaceApp? Although the Russian-developed app has been around for the past two years, a recent internet challenge called the “FaceApp Challenge” that celebrities and influencers took part in has rocketed the app into worldwide popularity and, […]
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