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Where did the Hawaiian Pizza come from?

Where did the Hawaiian Pizza come from?

One of the increasingly controversial and funnily debatable topics when it comes to pizza is the choice of including a pineapple in its toppings. Most, if not, all pizza places refer to such a pizza as the “Hawaiian Pizza” but how did it originate? Fifty-five years...

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Did you know Dh2 lang shawarma nun sa Dubai?

Did you know Dh2 lang shawarma nun sa Dubai?

Shawarma, an 18th century Ottoman invention originally called doner kebab to mean “rotating grilled meat,” and which has taken on an Arabic word which means “turn,” is a staple of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) in the UAE. The delicacy was introduced to Filipinos in...

Filipino community all set for PID 2019

Filipino community all set for PID 2019

This year’s Philippine Independence Day celebrations will emphasize and feature the proud-worthy essence of how it truly is to be a Filipino experiencing the freedom we all deserve. This year, despite the event being held in Dubai, the spotlight is also going to be...

Uber to offer free or discounted rides to DXB for Emirates passengers

Uber to offer free or discounted rides to DXB for Emirates passengers

Ride hailing app Uber will be offering free or discounted rides to passengers of Emirates Airlines who will be going to the Dubai International Airport this coming summer. Emirates passengers will be able to enjoy free or discounted rides to and from the airport if...

Winwyn Marquez a step closer to becoming a teacher

Winwyn Marquez a step closer to becoming a teacher

Aside from winning an international beauty pageant crown and working as an actress, Teresita Ssen "Winwyn" Marquez took to Instagram to announce that she still has a life goal which she wants to achieve -- to become a teacher. She said that she is working hard to...

Spinal injury hinders James Reid’s portrayal of ‘Pedro Penduko’

Spinal injury hinders James Reid’s portrayal of ‘Pedro Penduko’

Manila, Philippines- Idol Philippines judge and actor James Reid will no longer play the iconic "Pedro Penduko," Viva Entertainment has confirmed. Reid will now do a remake of Korean hit "Spellbound" where his girlfriend Nadine Lustre will also play the leading lady....

Hotel establishment revenues up 36.8 percent in February

Tourists from all over the world continue to flock towards the UAE’s capital as hotel establishments record increased revenues of 36.8% last February 2019 compared to the same month in 2018, as per the Statistics Centre- Abu Dhabi (SCAD). The growth is coupled with a...

Up to 75% discounts at Ramadan Nights at Expo Centre Sharjah

Sharjah’s epic retail festival for Ramadan and Eid shoppers is back. Offering ultimate shopping experience during the second half of the holy month and during Eid Al Fitr, curtains have gone up on Ramadan Nights at Expo Centre Sharjah. “Ramadan and Eid celebrations in...

Megan Young denies marriage rumors

2013 Miss World Megan Young vehemently denied rumors that she will be tying the knot soon with her boyfriend, Mikael Daez. “Nothing yet!” said the international beauty queen and actress when asked by Pep.ph. She also said that she wasn’t engaged yet and that she...

Samsung hints possible fix for Samsung Galaxy Fold

The hype for the Samsung Galaxy Fold subsided when reviewers who got the phone early on discovered a huge flaw with its durability, with many that noted problems with its signature foldable screen. While the Samsung Galaxy Fold has no new release date yet for the...

Cebu Pacific launches Shanghai-Cebu direct flights

  Cebu Pacific, the biggest and most budget-friendly flight carrier in the Philippines, have recently expanded their operations at the heart of Cebu with the launch of their nonstop Shanghai-Cebu flights. There will be six flights per week as the flight carrier...

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‘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...

POLO to stop issuing OECs to certain OFWs starting April 1

POLO to stop issuing OECs to certain OFWs starting April 1

DUBAI: Starting April 1 this year, all overseas Filipinos workers (OFWs), who arrived in the UAE on visit visas and are going home on a break for the first time since getting a job, will have to get their Overseas Employment Certificates (OEC) from the Philippine...

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