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Pinoy refuses to ride jeepney full of flowers, balloons

Pinoy refuses to ride jeepney full of flowers, balloons

Most of us are looking forward to February 14, a day when everyone wants to express love and affection towards their partners or confess their feelings to someone they admire. But one netizen seemed he got enough of the sweetness that this Valentine’s Day ushers in. A...

Emirates Group inspires around 250 students to discover its diversity

Emirates Group inspires around 250 students to discover its diversity

Close to 250 students from eight schools may be one step closer to answering the question on everyone’s mind – “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman and Chief Executive, Emirates...

Tips to re-sell your condo unit

Tips to re-sell your condo unit

Many Filipinos, especially Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) in the UAE are going into the business of property investment. Having your own property allows you to build your dream home, as well as helps you get a passive income once you retire. And when it comes to...

Psychology researcher finds a way to ease pain of heartbreak

Psychology researcher finds a way to ease pain of heartbreak

A researcher has discovered a way to edit memories and in turn stop the hurting from a heartbreak, BBC reported. Dr Alain Brunet, a researcher from Montreal, said that his 15 years of studying post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) has helped her find a way to stop the...

House essentials first-time condo owners should prioritize

Are you planning to buy a condo unit, or live in one? It can be an exciting process, but it can also overwhelm you if you’re not prepared. If you’re one of those who have registered to the Philippine Property and Investment Exhibition (PPIE)—the biggest, longest...

Why many OFWs in their 20s get their own condo

According to property experts, the age group of Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) now who are investing in properties such as condo units is getting younger, unlike 10 years ago. The Filipino Times talked to stakeholders and they said the younger OFWs are becoming more...

Viral blind Filipino balladeer wants to sing with Sam Smith

After being recognized by his music idol Sam Smith, blind balladeer Carl Malone Montecido hopes to have a duet with English. Montecido became viral over his cover Smith’s ‘Too Good At Goodbyes’ while he was in a mall. “Actually naluha ako eh, nung marami nag-PM sa...

LOOK: “Scorched rice” sold for $7.58 in a store in US

Have you ever heard of scorched rice? No? How about “tutong na sinaing”? This is too common in Filipino homes, especially when you forgot to turn down the fire on the stove while cooking rice. READ ALSO: Duterte apologizes to rice farmers over low prices Did you know...

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Babala: Umiwas sa ‘kakanin’ scheme sa UAE

Babala: Umiwas sa ‘kakanin’ scheme sa UAE

UAE police and Philippine authorities in the country are strongly advising Overseas Filipinos not to patronize any food offered outside legal food and beverage (F&B) establishments in the country. Speaking with The Filipino Times, Brigadier Dr. Abdullah Rashid Al...

UAE doctors clarify people ‘most at-risk’ of 2019-nCoV

UAE doctors clarify people ‘most at-risk’ of 2019-nCoV

Following the UAE’s confirmation of the second case of novel conavirus in the country Saturday, health practitioners in the UAE reminded the public to keep calm as the UAE's health sector implements strong preventive measures and strategies. On February 1, the UAE...

JUST IN: India confirms first coronavirus case

JUST IN: India confirms first coronavirus case

The Ministry of Health and Family in India has confirmed Thursday its first case of coronavirus in their country. The announcement said that the patient is a student in the southern state of Kerala and was studying at Wuhan university. The patient was tested positive...

UAE’s general health condition not a cause for concern – MoHAP

UAE’s general health condition not a cause for concern – MoHAP

Despite the first reported case of Wuhan coronavirus in the UAE, the risk of its spread in the country remains low due to ramped up efforts and preventive measures that the government had put in place. On January 29, the UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHAP)...

Chinese family of 4 infected with new coronavirus in UAE

Chinese family of 4 infected with new coronavirus in UAE

(WAM) -- A four-member Chinese family infected with new coronavirus is the first confirmed case in the UAE, the Ministry of Health and Prevention, MoHAP, revealed today. The statement clarified that "all family members are in stable condition and the situation was...

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