Every people on earth have their own free will to do such things for his/her life whether it is good or bad. We have the right to choose our individual paths when it comes with our career, religion, faith, hobbies, personal interests or ambitions that we want to achieve in life. This is what makes life so precious and the reasons why we have to enjoy 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
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
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
The local Fil-Chinese community in the Philippines is now preparing for the grand annual Chinese New Year celebration or what they called it “Kung Hei Fat Choi” which will start on February 3, 2011. It marks as the beginning of the Year of the Rabbit. This traditional event is celebrated for about fifteen days and it is a significant moment when the whole nation feels united as they can imagine each other’s enjoyment.
Christmas Day symbolizes true happiness and love on every mankind because this is the day when Jesus Christ was born. In Christianity, this marks the beginning of the larger season of Christmastide, which lasts for twelve days. Though, Christmas is also celebrated by an increasing number of non-Christians worldwide.
A few days from now, the entire Filipino nation will once again celebrate the most important Christmas tradition of the country as what they called, The Simbang Gabi or Misa de Gallo. It is a 9-day novena of masses literally translated as “Mass of the Night” which usually starts every 16th of December until the 24th midnight eve of the same month to usher the birth of our Savior Jesus Christ.
A kalesa or calesa is Philippines traditional mode of transportation. It is not just an ordinary horse back riding because there is a calash (carriage) attached at the back of the horse. On that way, it can accommodate few more passengers in just a single ride. The word “calesa” originally predates the Spanish conquest and descends ultimately from an Old Church Slavonic word meaning “wheels”.
Filipinos are going to celebrate and remember again the memories of the 4 days non-violent revolt that ended the Marcos regime. The 1986 People Power Revolution or EDSA 1 was the biggest and the most successful revolt happened in the Philippine history. Over 2,000,000 Filipino people were peacefully gathered in the EDSA Shrine which started on February 22-25 for them to end the corrupt governance by late Pres. Ferdinand Marcos and rebuilt the democratic system of government. It was a peaceful cry for freedom and independence for the Filipino people.
It has been a tradition for us Filipinos to celebrate and show our love to our special someone on this very romantic event which happens every 14th day of this month. Lovers are seeing everywhere in public areas like plazas turned into lovers lane or wherever they choose to have a date. Husband and wives are not exempted celebrating the Valentine’s Day.