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Unabated drug trade in PHL

The startling revelations made recently by controversial presidential candidate Rodrigo Duterte about the possibility of the country becoming a narco state in  the near future should be look into seriously by law enforcement agencies involved in the fight against illegal […]
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Time is running out

The Supreme Court should act immediately on the disqualification case against presidential bet, Senator Grace Poe Llamanzares, to avert possible political unrest in the Philippines With little time left before the final printing of the ballots for the May 16 […]
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A tale of two of Orange County’s member-driven nonprofits

Orange County is the third most populous county in California with its more than three million people. It is the sixth most populous in the United States and the second most densely populated in the U.S., second only to San […]
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Vietnamese Tet Festival at two venues: Unity of Purpose

Since arriving on the U.S. shores more than four decades ago, people of Vietnamese descent has traditionally celebrated Tet, the most significant holiday of the lunar year, in the beginning of Spring to start life fresh on a clean slate. […]
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Keep dreaming lady

Embattled presidential candidate Grace Poe Llamanzares is not about ready to give up her lofty ambition to become the next president despite glaring evidence that she is not qualified to run in the 2016 national elections based on her questionable […]
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Unveiling and blessing of the mosaic image of Our Lady of Peñafrancia

In a  recent visit of Philippine President Benigno S. Aquino III in the Vatican last December 4, which was witnessed by my friends Stefano and Marie Lami attended, the president expressed his “gratefulness to the Holy See in recognizing the […]
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Christmas Time is a season for giving

Christians worldwide will celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ and once more will be reminded of the reason why He had to give up his life in the ultimate sacrifice of offering himself to save mankind from eternal damnation. At […]
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No end to flooding, heavy traffic

There seems to be no end to the perennial flooding problems that has plagued Metro Manila for years. A week ago, it was reported that large areas of Metro Manila was flooded because of typhoon “Nona” and tropical depression “Onyok,”  […]
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‘Simbang Gabi” and “Parol” endure through the ages

The Christmas season is the most favorite time of the year to millions of Christians around the world where traditions have evolved and refuse to yield to the trappings of the modern era. Filipinos in the U.S. could not have […]
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PHL indigenous group’s artistry reaches Hollywood

John Ablaza, the Philippines’ first eco-couture international designer, artistry, hammered a pointed message  when he mixed the artistry of the Mangyan tribe in the Philippines and drum up environmental awareness in an event at the Celebrity Plaza in Hollywood. In […]