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Five-second rule on eating food from the ground explained

Five-second rule on eating food from the ground explained

It has been a traditional practice for some Filipinos to keep on eating food picked up from the ground within the five second limit. But scientists said that this practice is considered a myth. In an interview with GMA News, scientists said that after the first second...

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Emirates Post issues 6,000 commemorative stamps of Mahatma Gandhi

Emirates Post issues 6,000 commemorative stamps of Mahatma Gandhi

The Emirates Post recently released the commemorative stamp of Mahatma Gandhi to mark the 150th anniversary of his birth and to honor the life and times of India's most influential leader. Acting Group of CEO of Emirates Post Group Abdulla Alshram said in a statement...

Three Zamboangeñas win ballet competition in Singapore

Three Zamboangeñas win ballet competition in Singapore

Three Filipinas from Zamboanga Del Norte brought victory to the country at the Asia Pacific Arts Festival in the ballet category in Singapore. Reyna May Venezuela won the gold medal for the senior category. Kaye Salcedo bagged the gold medal in the junior category...

Five simple ways on how to avoid social media addiction

Five simple ways on how to avoid social media addiction

Self-awareness is key to breaking any addiction or stopping one from progressing to it, or avoiding it at all. All addictions follow the same pattern. In layman’s terms, experiences perceived negatively engender negative thoughts called cognitive distortions by...

10 tips on how to guide your growing children

10 tips on how to guide your growing children

Many parents working abroad don’t have enough time, chances, and opportunity to guide personally there growing children in the Philippines. Long-distance relationships between parents and children are usual scenarios of overseas workers. Efren Elane, a life coach...

Group wants OFW dept. to be led by reintegrated OFWs

DUBAI: A group of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) has recommended that the planned Department of OFWs be led by Filipinos who had worked abroad and returned home because, being cognizant of the issues at hand, they would know how best to run the government agency....

Bayanihan spirit still alive in Legazpi City

The bayanihan spirit of Filipinos is present during times of great need, especially when you're trying to move your house from one place to another literally. According to a report by ABS-CBN News, there were at least 30 men carrying a small hut at that time. They...

Prince Charles confers award to Pinay nurse

A Filipina lead robotic nurse was among those recently conferred the Order of the British Empire (OBE) Award by Prince Charles for acts of bravery as first responders to the June 3, 2017 London Bridge as well as the Manchester terror attacks. Joy Ongcachuy, who has...

Anime-inspired song and videos in Bisaya goes viral

Aside from the KPOP invasion, Anime struck the hearts of kids and the kids-at-heart, men and women alike in the Philippines. People were in awe, hearing the opening spiels and songs of Japanese animated series and movies but who would have thought that Filipino...

“Handsome” goat goes viral on Facebook

Usually the word “handsome” only applies to a man or a boy. But in Perak Malaysia, netizens can’t get over with photos of a billy or male goat. The now viral photos was posted by Muhammad Livestock Farm page on Facebook on July 6, with netizens describing the goat...

Pinoy nurse helps mother deliver baby on a plane goes viral

A 25- year old Filipino nurse did not expect he would be practicing his profession on board a plane. Francis Dominic Mendoza, who is from Bgy. Tangub in Bacolod city was on a plane when a 37-week-pregnant Filipina went into labor. The plane was traversing Thailand to...

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May forever ba sa LDR?

May forever ba sa LDR?

DUBAI: Every week, some 25 Filipino couples tie the knot at the Philippine Consulate in Dubai – or about 1,200 a year. Of this figure, The Filipino Times found out that a number, at least five of the 25, were couples who had gone through years of being in a long...

Dubai transport modes timings for UAE National Day released

Dubai transport modes timings for UAE National Day released

The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has announced the schedule of the different transport systems in Dubai during the 47th UAE National Day holidays. Here are the schedules for the different transport modes in Dubai during the four-day weekend from November 30...

Graduating UST student dies 1 month after Grab tragedy

Graduating UST student dies 1 month after Grab tragedy

It is a common Filipino belief that graduating students should be extra careful as they may tend to be closer to danger prior to graduation. In the case of 20 year old UST Mechanical Engineering student Marko de Guzman, there might be a kernel of truth in it....

WATCH: Is this video of cars submerged in floodwater taken in Dubai?

WATCH: Is this video of cars submerged in floodwater taken in Dubai?

A Dubai official clarified that the video spreading on social media showing deep flooding in an identified tunnel was not taken in Dubai. The caption of the video shared on Facebook says the video was taken at the Shindagha Tunnel in Dubai. According to Taleb Julfar,...

Four-day long weekend this week in UAE

Four-day long weekend this week in UAE

On the occasion of the 47th National Day, UAE workers in both public and private sectors will have a four-day weekend this week. The UAE Council of Ministers has announced that December 2 and 3 will be a holiday. With this, employees in the UAE will have four days off...

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