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‘Going Green’ to honor the late OC Green advocate Linda Sarno

Rational occupants of the planet Earth are rallying to save and conserve the resources that God has placed in their hands if they still so desire to enjoy what is has to offer in this generation and the next. This […]
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Incoming Aggie Sec. Pinol shows glimpse of future productivity

After the smoke has cleared up on the May 9 general elections in the Philippines, an air of hope has pervaded the political arena with more than 30 percent of the more 45 million qualified voters breathing an air of […]
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OC Fil-Am Chamber’s Annual Golf Tourney Supports Autism Research

The annual golf tournament of the Filipino American Chamber of Commerce of Orange County (FACCOC) for the past six years had provided an avenue in putting meaning to its mission in helping the community. Part of the proceeds from this […]
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WIN’s “Halad Concert”: cultivating the culture of benevolence and more

It has almost been three years since super typhoon Haiyan (a.ka. Yolanda) brought its fury in the Visayan Islands in the Philippines and left in its wake billions of pesos in damages and thousands dead. The Philippines national leadership was […]
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‘For His Glory’: An evening of classical and contemporary music for a cause

The field is ripe for harvest but unfortunately there are not too many people to do the harvesting because the act of doing so requires a lot of sacrifice, commitment and dedication. It has always been that since centuries ago […]
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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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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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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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The measure of happiness

In this suffering world, the month of March has just passed with a day devoted to the subject of happiness. The event was heralded as the International Day of Happiness, a global celebration coordinated by nonprofit Action for Happiness in […]