All airport officials and personnel of the Philippines are mandated to implement tight security and to always keep an eye on those who might sabotage airport operations and communications especially on Christmas season. Every passenger or tourist must cooperate and try to understand the obligatory proceedings although this would create hassles and Read more
There are few days left before we’ve finally had to say goodbye for 2011 and welcome 2012 to start our new lives with. The year 2011 is not really a worst year for most of us Filipinos. Based on the results and statistical records shown from the surveys conducted by government and some private sectors, it shows there was slightly increased of numbers in the agricultural sources and livelihood programs project of the government which delivered a big impact to the Philippine economy.
According to the Corruption Perception Index Report, Philippines ranks 129th place as compared to last year’s 134th among of 183 countries in the world. It shows that the countryhas a score of 2.6, a slight increase from the 2.4 we had Read more
The current WBO welterweight world champion and no. 1 pound-for-pound boxer Manny Pacquiao is in again for a tough battle against another world-class athlete and soccer superstar David Beckham. However this time, it’s not about in a boxing match neither playing a game of soccer. Both gentlemen are the top contenders Read more
As Yuletide season is fast approaching, the time when malls and shopping stores are getting very crowded with thousands of people hanging around to every corner of the mall vicinity. Also, the time when most store products & supplies are highly on demand by the consumers. Panic buying will take into place and this will lead yourself Read more
After a typhoon Nesat hit the Philippines in just a week ago that took several lives and brought major damages to many Filipinos, another typhoon locally named Ramon or bagyong Ramon strikes again the country today. According to the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration or known as PAGASA, the recent location of typhoon was about 70 km southwest of Romblon Read more
There are many tourist attractions and historical places to visit in Manila, the capital of the Philippines. Although many the sights are historic, most visitors simply offer a fun day out, suitable for all the family. They tend to just stay there for a few days before going northwards to explore the highlands of Baguio, or heading Read more
There are plenty of affordable eateries or carenderias that can be found in the town sidewalks of Cebu which is mostly a favorite destination for those people searching for a food journey or food trip.
One of the town native dishes is called balbacua. This is a well-loved by the most Cebuanos Read more
The Philippines is a tropical country inhabited with several species of indigenous animals, plants, or even micro-organisms. One example of these is the tarsiers, where they mostly live in Bohol Province of the Philippines. It can be found also in some areas of Samar, Leyte, and Mindanao. Due to their size which is no longer than an adult man’s hand and weigh only about 113 to 142 grams is considered the smallest primate in the world.
Today, their population is slowly deteriorating and the local government put the tarsier in endangered list. They made Read more
Most of the rock bands we known for are consisted of male members but this band opposes from what we expected. The General Luna is an all female rock band from Philippines which composed of 5 members with the likes of Alex Montemayor playing on bass, Audry Dionisio on rhythm guitar, Bea Lao on drums, Caren Mangaran on lead guitar Read more
The entire Filipino nation celebrates the 28th death anniversary of former Sen. Benigno”Ninoy” Aquino Jr. on Aug. 21, 2011. There were different activities held in different parts of the country participated by different sectors of Philippine society to pay tribute to the man who “set aside his own personal comfort, his interest and even his life to achieve greater good for the whole country”.
Presidential spokesperson Edwin Lacierda has issued a statement on the eve of the 28th anniversary of Aquino’s homecoming and death at the airport that now bears his Read more