DUBAI: A former airline CEO has been turning millennials on their head, skipping perks and living life in all its simplicities rather than high rolling it. Haruka Nishimatsu, president and CEO of Japan Air around 2009, implied he was not just romanticizing it; rather,...
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Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr. said the Philippines is not leaving the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC). "UNHRC vote is a small and harmless matter," Locsin said in a post on his Twitter account. "We're staying with the UNHRC as a pedagogical...
President Rodrigo Duterte Republic Act 11299, amending Republic Act no. 8042 or the “Migrant Workers Overseas Filipinos Act of 1995, which aims to send social welfare attaches to countries with many OFWs working. Under the new law, the Department of Social Welfare and...
DUBAI: In this era of “Lion King,” “Finding Nemo,” “Ice Age” and “Madagascar,” this fresh grad’s story is a winner! Maria Kristine Neeve Cambel, a 20-year-old student who graduated with a degree of BS Psychology from Cavite State University in Indang, Cavite, is...
Mommy Pinty came in defense of her daughter Alex Gonzaga from a rude basher who called her "palengkera" (tactless). She replied to a comment by a netizen who commented, "Ano ginagawa ng palingkera sa New York bazura?" In response, Mommy Pinty said she felt pity over...
Manila Mayor Isko Moreno has requested to remove his name from a food truck giving free 'lugaw' named as 'Kusina ni Isko'. A netizen called out Moreno asking if 'epals' are prohibited under his term. "Netizens have a point on this one. Nakisuyo na po ako sa nag-donate...
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