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Early detection saves Filipina from breast cancer

Early detection saves Filipina from breast cancer

For Filipinos undergoing through cancer, it’s very important to know what steps they can take and learn from their fellow cancer patients and survivors to know that they’re not alone. Abu Dhabi-based OFW Nanny Monteiro shares her inspiring story on how she was able to...

Photos of man using bamboo tubes as artifical leg goes viral

Photos of man using bamboo tubes as artifical leg goes viral

A man using an actual bamboo tubes as his artificial leg has touched the hearts of netizens on Facebook after it was shared more than 22,000 times since October 8. The uploader Sheena Ituriaga Gallego shared the photo of his fellow jeepney passenger in Iloilo City....

Dubai students to solve real-world problems instead of taking exams

Dubai students to solve real-world problems instead of taking exams

Instead of answering tests individually, students in Dubai will soon solve real-world problems by group. Dr. Abdulla Al Karam, director-general of the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA), said that in the future, classrooms will be replaced by open,...

Beyond TV glamor, real-life seafarers hurdle training programs

Beyond TV glamor, real-life seafarers hurdle training programs

A visit to a maritime training center that has about 100 enrollees, revealed that aspiring seafarers are required to undergo basic safety training and water survival training to prepare them to face and survive various emergency situations such as fire and other...

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...

CENOMAR muna bago kasal

There is this Pinoy humor about how married men who go to work overseas pass themselves as singles – “Binata sa abroad!” This was echoed in a straw poll held by The Filipino Times of over 1,000 respondents, results of which revealed that up to eight in every 10 female...

Most Pinoy netizens prefer money over love life

In this age of career pursuits and personal goals, for many people, falling in love is not the end-all of things. Today, many of us believe that choosing our success trumps a happy relationship. If you have seen the blockbuster film “Hello, Love, Goodbye,” you will...

Woman climbs over zoo fence to taunt lion

A woman is facing charges after she jumped into a lion's den in the Bronx Zoo in New York on Saturday, September 28. Her death-defying stunt climbing off the fence of the lion enclosure as other zoo patrons protest. “You’re not supposed to do that,” a man says in a...

More Filipinos based in UAE aiming to move to Australia

For many Filipinos around the world, the main reason for their migration towards the countries they currently stay in is employment. The UAE isn’t any different as this has been a land for better career opportunities for many Filipinos as they gain international...

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Overseas absentee voting for Filipinos begins

Overseas absentee voting for Filipinos begins

DUBAI: Registered overseas Filipino voters start trooping to the Philippine Embassy and Consulate on April 13 as they cast their votes in the Philippines' midterm election where 12 Senate seats and one in the lower house are at stake. This as Ambassador Hjayceelyn...

‘Go out and vote’ — PH officials urge OFWs

‘Go out and vote’ — PH officials urge OFWs

DUBAI: It’s all systems go for the Philippine Embassy and Consulate as polling stations open at 8am on Saturday, April 13, in what will be the start of a 29-day electoral exercise of some 361,265 registered overseas Filipino voters in the UAE, who will be making their...

New policy on sponsoring relatives

New policy on sponsoring relatives

DUBAI: The Filipino community in the UAE has welcomed the host government’s move to approve a measure requiring expats bringing their family members to the country to show proof of income instead of profession as has been the practice. Though an income bracket has yet...

30 undocumented Dubai-bound Filipinos intercepted at NAIA

30 undocumented Dubai-bound Filipinos intercepted at NAIA

Thirty undocumented Dubai-bound Filipinos were not allowed by Immigration officials at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport to leave the country on Friday, March 29. The Bureau of Immigration (BI) said the workers, 18 women and 12 men, claimed that they would only...

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