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Spicy Food Will make Your Life Longer, Read this!

Not all people enjoy eating spicy food, but in Asia, spicy food is almost as staple as rice. Today, new research proves that eating spicy food regularly lowers risk of premature death. Spicy Foods Will make Your Life Longer, Read this! “The finding is very simple,” said study lead author Dr. Lu Qi, an associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical ...

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Afraid for Interview? Here some ways to prepare.

Afraid for Interview? Here some ways to prepare. Do you have a job interview on your schedule? Review this advice on how to prepare for an interview beforehand. That way, you can ace it and make a terrific impression on the interviewer. Here are tips on analyzing the job and making sure the hiring manager knows why you’re a good ...

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OFWs joins #DiAko4Sale “I’m not for Sale”Campaign

MANILA – Filipino workers around the world showed their support for the global observance of World Day Against Trafficking by posting selfies bearing the hashtag #DiAko4Sale. This is part of the social media campaign of the Blas F. Ople Policy Center and Pinoy Blog/OFW Awards (PEBA), two non-government organizations helping in the fight against modern-day slavery. “As an NGO, we ...

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UP Manila PH Choir Wins in Spain

MANILA – The University of the Philippines Manila Chorale (UPMC) bagged top prizes in two international choir competitions held in Spain. Under the baton of Prof. Eman P. de Leon Jr., the UPMC won the second prize in the Folk Music Category and third prize in the Mixed Choir Category in the 33rd Cantonigros International Choral Music Festival held in ...

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CFO: PDOS online registration starts Aug 17

MANILA – Filipinos with immigrant visas will have to reserve and register online before attending the Pre-Departure Orientation Seminar (PDOS) and the Peer Counseling Program (PCP) of the Commission on Filipinos Overseas (CFO) in Manila. “Only clients who present a confirmed reservation slot and who have accomplished the online registration form, with the corresponding barcode reference number will be admitted ...

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Itanong Mo Kay Ato! -An online legal counseling service

MANILA – Victims of human trafficking, illegal recruitment and mail-order brides can now have access to legal counseling online, for free. The Commission on Filipinos Overseas (CFO) partnered with the Office of the Legal Aid (OLA) of the Arellano Law Foundation (AFL) for the creation of the online legal counseling service, “Itanong Mo Kay Ato!” “We are very excited about ...

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PH bags 3rd in Go Green in the City 2015 – Paris, France

Paris, France – PUP Electronics Engineering students John Paul G. Santos and Christian Sta. Romana clinched the third top spot in the 12-nation tilt which was dominated by India, France and the Philippines. The team designed “ELECTRIFILTER” (Electricity Generation from Filthy Water) which can provide power to lamp posts, enable security systems and provide charging or energy stations; and can ...

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Pinoy Kid-Named Gifted Child in Switzerland

MANILA – An 11-year-old Filipino boy was recently featured in one of the two leading newspapers in Switzerland for excelling in his Grade 4 class. The interview of Robert Ramone Tesorero, son of the Philippine Embassy’s Attache Harley Tesorero, was published on June 10 by Berner Zeitung. The paper’s Lucia Probst interviewed Tesorero’s teacher who described him as a gifted ...

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WATCH: Rachelle Ann Go sings ‘I Dreamed A Dream’

MANILA – Former Kapamilya singer Rachelle Ann Go impressed theater fans with her rendition of “I Dreamed A Dream” during the West End Live event at the Trafalgar Square in London on Saturday. “I Dreamed A Dream” is Go’s main solo number from the musical “Les Miserables,” where she plays the role of Fantine. In a video uploaded on YouTube, ...

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Filipino health workers push back, accuse UK tabloid of racism

By: Melissa Legarda Alcantara | INQUIRER.net US Bureau/UK Correspondent LONDON — Hundreds of National Health Service nurses, predominantly Filipinos and their supporters, on Saturday, May 30 demonstrated outside the Daily Mail headquarters here to protest the newspaper’s “racially abusive coverage” of Filipino healthcare workers and nurses following the conviction of Philippine-born nurse Victorino Chua for murdering several patients. Following the conviction of ...

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