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Top 3 fatal diseases in the Philippines revealed

Top 3 fatal diseases in the Philippines revealed

Heart attack, stroke, and cancer remain as the top three killers of Filipinos, according to the latest data from Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) and the Department of Health (DOH). The latest data, reported GMA News, revealed that approximately 1.5 million...

Score 100 on videoke bus, get free ride

Score 100 on videoke bus, get free ride

A local bus in the Philippines has come up with an amusing pastime for its passengers, as it offers free rides to riders who will get a perfect score on the videoke. Situated in the Queen City of the South, the bus cruises from the Cebu South Bus Terminal to Sibonga...

Meet the Pinoy behind Dubai’s majestic sand arts

Meet the Pinoy behind Dubai’s majestic sand arts

Filipinos have proven time and again that their world class works of art are truly deserving of a huge global stage. 2018 TFT Artist of the Year Nathaniel Alapide channels his creativity through sand arts as he creates large-scale murals on the shores of Dubai. The...

UUWI KA BA SA PASKO? MAGKANO BUDGET MO?

UUWI KA BA SA PASKO? MAGKANO BUDGET MO?

“Sa Paskong darating, Santa Claus ako rin.” That’s the feeling that most Overseas Filipino Workers, not only in the UAE but across the world, dread to experience. Isn’t it? Since the yuletide season is just seven weeks away, many of us abroad are for sure utterly...

‘The kids suffer the most in toxic relationships’

“Ang nag sa-suffer the most kasi in the end, from a relationship that isn't really working out, are the kids,” said Lou Olvido- Parroco, seasoned human resource director, life coach who also is hailed as one of the 100 Most Influential Filipinas in the World for 2017...

TFT MOTHERS’ DAY PICK. Son remembers mom’s love

Reset. Restart. Reverse. Anything that would bring her back to me. I hope I won't sound greedy asking for even just a minute more with her. I can vividly remember her last photo when she wasn’t sick yet. We were on our way to Aklan, travelling inside the cheap but...

Joel Mondina: From promdi to Pinoy online sensation

Many vloggers, or video bloggers, use this as a channel to reach out to their audience and tell stories that the viewers will find relatable and funny. They're mostly known among overseas Filipinos whose good night sleep wouldn't be complete without watching their...

Former OFW in Dubai finds success in food business

A former overseas Filipina worker (OFW) in Dubai went home to the Philippines and found success in the food business industry. Rica Penalosa established her first food cart beside the De La Salle University in Manila back in the days when the premises of the...

Top 7 quality smartphones you can buy for less than Dh1400

Think iPhone and Samsung are the only mobile phones equipped with powerful features? Think again, because there are myriad of Smartphones that are as powerful as the two leading mobile brands but wouldn't burn a hole in your pocket. From high quality cameras to long...

7 things to let go of to be happy

Everyone deserves to be happy. No matter what you think and what other people tell you, you are worthy of a life filled with happiness and satisfaction. You only need to let go of all the negativity to take control of your own well-being. Below is a list of things...

Explainer: Filipinos love affair with basketball

Filipinos share an undeniable love for basketball. In every street in the Philippines, you’d see a makeshift basketball court. In Dubai, this sports also bring Filipino expats together, serving as their stress-reliever after long day of work. You can see them in their...

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Incredible rags-to-riches tales of 4 Filipino brands

Incredible rags-to-riches tales of 4 Filipino brands

To be a millionaire is everybody’s dream. Who wouldn’t want to live comfortably not having a single worry about financial matters, right? But it seems like only a few out of millions of Filipinos get their wishes granted. You might ask, has Aladdin’s magical lamp lost...

Thousands flee as Mayon volcano threatens big eruption

Thousands flee as Mayon volcano threatens big eruption

More than 22,000 residents living near Mayon Volcano have already fled to evacuation centers as authorities maintain a warning of a possible hazardous eruption after glowing red lava was seen rolling down its slopes, Monday night, January 15. The National Disaster...

SEC strips Rappler of license to operate in the Philippines

SEC strips Rappler of license to operate in the Philippines

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has revoked news agency Rappler's license to operate in the Philippines. In a 29-page decision dated January 11, 2018, SEC en banc has effectively ordered the closure of the news website and sought the Department of Justice...

Mayon Volcano status raised to Alert Level 2

Mayon Volcano status raised to Alert Level 2

The Albay Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (PDRRMC) ordered the evacuation of residents in areas surrounding the Mayon Volcano in order to avoid danger to lives and property posed by its increasing activity. This, as the Philippine Institute...

Dubai-based OFW dedicates emotional letter to her deceased father

Dubai-based OFW dedicates emotional letter to her deceased father

A Dubai-based overseas Filipino worker (OFW), Maggie Reyes, rushed home last January 9 (Tuesday) to bid goodbye to her deceased father. The Filipina is under the heavy blanket of grief after her father died of pneumonia. She told The Filipino Times that she wanted to...

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