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OC Chamber’s featured entrepreneurs reveal ‘Key to Success’

“Success books” are a dime a dozen and practically shows every possible way on the route to take for one to be successful in life. All of these books list vital attributes one should have to be able to achieve […]
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Filipino voters had their day in another ‘Peoples’ Power’

As the election fever in the Philippines slowly simmers down and the votes are tallied “unofficially” that fuels the fire of divisiveness, one glittering reality emerged from an electorate that had the opportunity to express their wrath without fear of […]
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Duterte win is public’s answer to elitist gov’t

The election of Mayor Rody Duterte to the presidency is a clear repudiation of the failed leadership of the Aquino administration who has done nothing, or very little, to improve the lives of millions of destitute Filipinos. Filipinos all over […]
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Americans and Filipinos have shares of worries

One of the words in the dictionary that many perhaps wish never existed because its corollary unpleasantness is worry simply defined as “thinking about problems or fears or showing concern because you think that something bad has happened or could […]
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City of Los Angeles celebrates Asian-Pacific Heritage month

Los Angeles City Council member David Ryu, Board of Public Works Commissioner Joel Jacinto, the Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) and several other LA City Council members, celebrated the Asian-Pacific Heritage month at the City Hall on April […]
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Is Digong the real deal?

Quezon City – By next week, the Philippines will have a new president that will hopefully address the endemic problems the country has been dealing for a long period of time that includes poverty, crime, corruption and unemployment. People are […]
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How environmental-conscious are Americans and Filipinos?

Earth Day falls on the 22nd day of April this year. While inroads had been achieved in hammering the importance of being conscious about the environment and its preservation for the present and future generation, the “battle” rages on for […]
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Campaign homestretch

With less than three weeks to go before election day, candidates are now making last minute pitches to the voting public, hoping that they will be able to come out on top of their political rivals on May 6. Davao City […]
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Duterte, Bongbong top surveys

The outpouring support for presidential aspirant Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte has been getting from people all over the country is an indication that voters have gotten tired of corrupt and incompetent politicians that dominated Philippine politics for years. Come […]
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Will this be the last one for Manny?

Will Filipino boxing superstar Manny Pacquiao end his illustrious boxing career with a big bang or will he fall flat on his face in the canvas? We will know the answer this Saturday when Pacquiao and his one-time “conqueror”, Timothy Bradley, square […]