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Avoiding the “pahingi” system: How to finally stop dependence

Avoiding the “pahingi” system: How to finally stop dependence

A lot of people assume that because someone is working abroad, he/she must have their wallets loaded with money. Unfortunately, the ones who try to siphon off cash from these hardworking OFWs are their own loved ones and relatives—not realizing the blood and sweat...

How come Filipinos live with extended families?

How come Filipinos live with extended families?

For many Filipinos in the Philippines and even here in the UAE, it’s not a surprise at all to see extended families living together and supporting each other as this has been their way of life since they were born. A study by Chara Shoope published at the Cultural...

Boy sells tinapa to help sick dad, support study

Boy sells tinapa to help sick dad, support study

A boy's determination to study and help his ill father has captured the hearts of netizens. Lance Abarquez, a young boy, sells dried fish and tinapa in Pateros. A certain Jewel Rashia saw Lance in a fast food chain selling his products. When Lance went to their area,...

Cesarian babies have less of their mom’s gut bacteria

Cesarian babies have less of their mom’s gut bacteria

Experts have found significant differences between babies born through a cesarean procedure and those born the natural way, at least when it comes to a baby’s bacteria that colonize our gut and play a key role in keeping us healthy, CNN reported. In the largest study...

Discovering the science behind the Filipino Slang

Discovering the science behind the Filipino Slang

The Filipinos are fond of creating their own slang wherever they are in the world. They have been doing so for as long as history can remember. These terms may have changed and evolved, but there is no indication that it will stop anytime soon. In fact, as time goes...

Easy Ways To Grow Your Professional Network

At one point or another, we all have heard the saying “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know.” However, this isn’t really the case in the professional world. Both parts weigh in significantly, at least when it comes to finding a job and planning for your career...

Several Pinoy netizens prefer money over looks

In certain relationships, many of us have standards as to who we choose to date. It’s no secret that those who are head-turners often get more first dates than others. However, when we talk of long-term concerns, is it really all that matters? The Filipino Times,...

Filipino-American wins ‘So You Think You Can Dance’

A Filipino-American has emerged victorious once again in the hit American dancing competition, “So You Think You Can Dance.” Bailey Muñoz was named winner of this year's season. Muñoz defeated finalists Gino Coscolluela, Sophie Pittman, and Mariah Russell as he got...

Woman swallows engagement ring to ‘protect it’

Jenna Evans from the United States posted on Facebook how her engagement ring ended up in her stomach.  Evans said that on the night of the incident, she was having a dream about her fiance asking her to swallow the engagement ring to protect it.    She woke up and...

How your body language can make or break your interview

Did you know that your body language is an important part of any job interview? There are many people who fear job interviews and aren’t aware of their body language or know how to control their gestures. Body language can give the interviewer a first impression, a...

Questions to Reveal a Potential Bad Boss

If the title of this article has caught your attention, then you might be struggling with a bad boss, still hesitant about your future boss, or unsure about your own management skills and approach. Well, regardless of the situation you are currently struggling with,...

Muntinlupa village offers rice for plastic waste

A barangay in Muntinlupa City is giving away rice for every plastic waste turned in for proper disposal or recycling. Every resident of Barangay Bayanan can go home with a kilo of rice for two kilos of plastic waste, a report by Reuters said. "I weighed in at 14 kilos...

UAE paramedics save Filipina from suspected gas leak

The UAE paramedics team was able to save a Filipina from a near-death experience after she fell unconscious due to a suspected gas leak in their residential area. The National Ambulance shared on Instagram the story of how their team led by Mohammed Al Shdaifat saved...

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Oplan: Iwas Phone Scam

Oplan: Iwas Phone Scam

A Filipina duped out of her cash amounting to more than Dh20,000 made headlines in May this year. It sent shockwaves to Filipinos and other expats on how it is so easy for a phone scammer to siphon off their cash in a blink of an eye. But this particular incident is a...

Malacañang lifts suspension on PCSO lotto operations

Malacañang lifts suspension on PCSO lotto operations

Presidential Spokesperson Sal Panelo confirmed that President Rodrigo Duterte has lifted the suspension of Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) for lotto operations only. "The Lotto operation is less-prone to corruption because it is machine-operated. Maraming...

7 out of 10 Pinoys want to bring their families to UAE

7 out of 10 Pinoys want to bring their families to UAE

About 70% of the Filipinos working in the UAE whose salaries are within the new immigration bracket are planning to bring their families here. This was according to the recent poll conducted by The Filipino Times to 820 people, a few days after the re§cent...

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