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California weather increases awareness on solar energy potentials

California has been besieged by unusual episodes of high temperatures over the past weeks to the discomfort of even the sun-lovers. For the record, the phenomenon is worldwide with the National Climatic Data Center report that “the planet had its […]
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Anaheim employees ‘bled’ enough to win Red Cross blood drive challenge

The City Employees of Anaheim did whatever it cost even to the point of doing it with their own blood to win over 36 other cities in Southern California for the honor of donating the most of the life-saving blood […]
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Extreme dry spell not just a local concern

If the facts following do not jolt the senses of Californians into taking drought seriously, maybe nothing else will. The Golden State, now on the third year of one of the worst droughts in the past century according to the […]
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Cerritos is OC Fil-Am Chamber’s Emerald Awardee for Outstanding Green City

The City of Cerritos’ energy efficiency effort has been recognized as 2014 Outstanding Green City by the Filipino American Chamber of Commerce at its 6th  Annual Green, Conserve and Health Exposition held for the second time at the Southern California […]
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Water conservation has become ‘everybody’s business’

I consider myself blessed that whenever I need water for many reasons, the refreshing commodity is still available to me and my household to meet our needs. But as things are with the water condition of California, I could not help […]
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Obama’s immigration options has precedents from past U.S. Presidents

Amidst the furor on his use of presidential powers to speed up immigration matters, President Barack Obama is not alone in exercising his authority. In 10 instances  his predecessors have wielded executive powers in solving immigration situations. According American Bridge, […]
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Green is the color of the month for OC Fil-Am Chamber of Commerce

The Filipino American Chamber of Commerce of Orange County, in cooperation with Southern California Edison, will hold its 6th Annual Green, Conserve and Health Expo on August 21 at Southern California Edison Energy Education Center in Irwindale. The occasion will mark the day...
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Tacloban City Mayor Alfred Romualdez rallies townmates to rebuild province

Aquino reported in his State of the Nation Address the readiness of the blue print for the rehabilitation and recovery plans for Cebu, Iloilo, Eastern Samar, Leyte and Tacloban City. Some P28 billion has been earmarked for the project. More […]
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Dr. Ramon Geluz shows creative genius anew in ‘The Life of St. John the Baptist’ Musical

Research found out that artists “have structurally different brains compared with non-artists’ and brain scans of the participants revealed that “artists had increased neural matter in areas relating to fine motor movements and visual imagery”. The research published in...
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Filipinos have positive views on US better than Americans

There are about 3.4 million people of Filipino descent in the United States which comprises 1.1 % of the U.S. population. The Filipino-American group is the country’s second largest self-reported Asian ancestry after Chinese-Americans. Filipinos in North America were first […]