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VIRAL: Teenager studies in the streets, accompanied by dog

VIRAL: Teenager studies in the streets, accompanied by dog

(Photo courtesy of Ian Capoquian) A teenager studying in the streets is going viral after a netizen shared a photo of him on Facebook. Eddie Aquino, a grade 9 student was seen by Ian Capoquian near the Central station of LRT Line 1. According to Capoquian’s post, the...

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Millionaire former OFW shares 5 secrets to success

Millionaire former OFW shares 5 secrets to success

From being an overseas Filipina worker (OFW) in Dubai, Princess San Diego worked her way through different roadblocks, failures, and struggles and is now a millionaire. San Diego shared to The Filipino Times five of her secret ingredients to success. 1. Do not let...

OFW children tend to go back to their parents upon graduation

OFW children tend to go back to their parents upon graduation

So, what do OFW children do once they finish college? They tend to go back to the country where their parents work to reunite with them, UAE school principals said. OFW parents send their kids home in the Philippines after finishing secondary education in the UAE for...

8 great gift ideas to give to your loved ones this Eid

8 great gift ideas to give to your loved ones this Eid

The Eid celebrations isn’t just a time to relax with its long holidays, it also presents an opportunity to get together with your loved ones and maybe give them something to make them feel appreciated and loved. Here are several ideas for you to think over as you...

K-12 grads still need to go to college, UAE mentors say

K-12 grads still need to go to college, UAE mentors say

DUBAI: While K-12 graduates are equipped with middle-level skills, lifelong learnings as well as employment and entrepreneurship, they should pursue college education to have them better equipped, according to UAE mentors. This according to principals of three major...

Trending OFW children

Trending OFW children

OFWs call them their “trophies,” the real fruits of their labor. In this edition, we feature them: The migrant Filipino workers’ children who have gone viral for giving their parents glory amid the pain and hard work. DUBAI: If you regularly ride Dubai’s metro, you...

How can credit card holders earn back the money they spend?

For many OFWs, using a credit card was always more of a last resort. Used in cases of emergencies and sudden huge purchases when you don’t have any cold cash, the credit card is a valuable tool to have to ensure that you have the capability to purchase something when...

OFW single moms are far braver than they think

Single mothers are called brave moms for a lot of reasons. For one, they are working hard toward self-sufficiency as they provide for their children. Often, they are heroes who are far braver than they ever thought. When Mary Jane Sampang’s husband left her for...

Pinay now owns a place she can call home after 3 years abroad

In just three years of working as a household service worker (HSW) in Saudi Arabia, Grace Veridiano was able to build a home for her family in Tanza, Cavite. The 37-year-old OFW told The Filipino Times that they used to live in a small rental room in Manila. “Bago ako...

OFWs attempt to translate English words to Filipino

As the celebration of the “Buwan ng Wika” continues, Filipinos from all around the world commemorate and celebrate the use of our native language. While the Filipino language has gone through decades of changes with various cultural influences, it’s quite interesting...

How Anvar Luxury helps OFWs invest in gold through layaways

When talking about investments, most OFWs immediately think of the big things like owning property, stocks, bonds, and more that require thousands of dirhams before you can say that you have invested. However, another thing that they can invest in without costing them...

OFWs share most memorable experience in Dubai Metro

The Dubai Metro is bringing thousands of people daily to different places with ease - workplace, grocery stores, malls, and parks, among others. No wonder this is the top choice for overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) when they commute around the emirate. Many OFWs...

Meteor shower in Dubai most visible tonight

Who said a night out should burn a hole in your pocket? Tonight, all you have to do is go out and look up the sky and let the wonders of nature amaze you. The 2018 Perseid Meteor Shower is expected to peak tonight, August 12, all the way to the morning of August 13...

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Trending OFW children

Trending OFW children

OFWs call them their “trophies,” the real fruits of their labor. In this edition, we feature them: The migrant Filipino workers’ children who have gone viral for giving their parents glory amid the pain and hard work. DUBAI: If you regularly ride Dubai’s metro, you...

First batch of amnesty grantees to return to PH on Aug. 15

First batch of amnesty grantees to return to PH on Aug. 15

The first batch of overseas Filipino workers who were granted amnesty by the UAE government is set to return to the Philippines tomorrow, August 15. A total of 98 Filipinos, including six minors, will be returning home via Philippine Airlines flight PR 659 at DXB...

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