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Monthly Archives: November 2011

Today in History: Kaarawan ni Bonifacio

Commemorates the birth of national hero Andrés Bonifacio on November 30, 1863. Bonifacio is remembered on his birthday, rather than the date of his death, 10 May 1897, for historical reasons. Unlike Rizal and other heroes who died at the hands of foreigners, Bonifacio was executed by the government. Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo ordered his execution, as he was considered an enemy of the state after the events at the Tejeros Convention. Often conflated with National Heroes’ Day.

TODAY IN HISTORY: In 1898, new PH govt declares separation of Church and State

MANILA — On November 29, 1898, the revolutionary government of General Emilio Aguinaldo, who had approved the Malolos Constitution, recognized the equality of all forms of worship and proclaimed the separation of Church and State.

Deriving inspiration from the Constitutions of Mexico, Belgium, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Brazil, and France, the most heated argument about it occurred with regards to the provision making Catholicism the religion of the State.

Ang Inyong Lingkod: Alexander E. Asuncion

When Alex Edades Asuncion left for Saudi Arabia on 10 January 1979 to work, he never thought he would become a role model for his compatriots. His over 27 years of overseas assignment were well spent as manifested by his promotions to key positions in the company he worked for.

Although very busy in his office schedules in addition to personal and spiritual activities, Alex ensures that some of his time is allotted for community service by giving inspiring speeches and reaching out distressed Filipinos.  He has

OPLAN: Sagip Na-nitaqat

November 26, ang sinasabi ng Saudi Ministry of Labor na full-implementation ng punishment ng mga nasa Red Category.. Kaya

News: OFW na may Cancer Nais Umuwi

Courtesy of  Mr. Roland Blanco and  Balitang Middle East.

Green Companies with Vacancies

Maraming salamat sa mga kababayan na tumugon sa ating panawagan na  “OPLAN Sagip Na-nitaqat”.   Dito po  natin ilalagay ang mga

Poetry: I ROBOT

Ako’y isang robot, hindi dapat magdamdam,

Tulad ng isang bakal, ako’y walang pakiramdam,

Ang sakit at pighati, ito’y hindi ko alam,

Pagkat ako’y isang robot, isa lamang nilalang

Ako’y isang robot,  lagi nilang dinidiktahan,

Anuman aking naisin, ako’y walang karapatan,

Ang bawat kilos ko’t galaw, sa aki’y inuutos lamang,

OFW Speaks: Masakit ang Magamit

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NA-LIGID SA BAKILID (Gumulong sa Bangin)

POETRY: NA-LIGID SA BAKILID (Gumulong sa Bangin)

by Jing-jing Yap Loy 02/21/01 ( translated to tagalog by: tas espiritu 09/10/07)

KINING AKONG ESTORYA,

ito ang aking kwento,

KATAW-ANAN; APAN DILI KOMEDYA…

– nakakaaliw man pero hindi po ito biro.

MAHITUNGOD KINI KANI-ADTO,

– maraming mga taon na rin ang nagdaan

November 25, 2011: International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women

Message of the Secretary-General for 2011: Violence against women and girls takes many forms and is widespread throughout the globe.  It includes rape, domestic violence, harassment at work, abuse in school, female genital mutilation and sexual violence in armed conflicts.  It is predominantly inflicted by men.  Whether in developing or developed countries, the pervasiveness of this violence should shock us all.  Violence – and in many cases the mere threat of it – is one of the most significant barriers to women’s full equality.

The right of women and girls to live free of violence is inalienable and fundamental.  It is enshrined in international human rights and humanitarian law.  And it lies at the heart of my

Essay: Sa Isang Iglap Lamang

“Ate, kumusta po?” isang pangbukas na bati sa akin mula sa chat ng isang kaibigan sa fb.

“Oi, mabuti naman, eto ako, busy sa pag raise ng pondo pang suporta sa proyekto ng aking kaibigan. Ikaw, kumusta?” ang masaya kong bati.

“Ok din naman po. Kita ko nga po sa mga posts nyo. Grabe! Bilib ako sa ‘yo.” ang sabi niya.

Briefing: Overseas Migration & Remittances

Mr. Loreto B. Soriano, Chief Executive Officer, LBS Recruitment Solutions

 Mr. Loreto B.  Soriano was invited as Speaker/Presenter to tackle the issue of: REALITY CHECK ON OFW DEPLOYMENT & THEIR REMITTANCES by the U.P. School of Economics, the U.P. Alumni Association and the Competitive Currency Forum tomorrow, November 24, 2011, 3- 5:00 P.M. at the UP School of Economics Auditorium, UP School of Economics Building, Diliman, Quezon City. Please find below the Program and the Briefing Paper of his presentation.

Briefing: OVERSEAS MIGRATION, REMITTANCES- A REALITY CHECK                By:Loreto B. Soriano

All Filipinos can claim some connection to an OFW and their remittances. It may be a family member, neighbor, client, friend or a more remote connection. Everybody

Health: The Importance of Antioxidants

7 DISEASES THAT ANTIOXIDANTS FIGHT

  1.  Heart disease
  2.  Autoimmune diseases
  3.  Aging
  4. Cancers
  5. Rheumatoid arthritis
  6.  Immune deficiency
  7.  Inflammation

 ANTIOXIDANTS: YOUR BEST BET THIS COLD AND FLU SEASON 

When you eat a nutritional, well-balanced diet, many other factors fall in place that keep your body functioning optimally. Foods that are rich in nutrients help fight infections and may help

Ang Inyong Lingkod: Fernando O. Abeto Sr.

Back Standing : Hazel and Anna of CMA Front : Ronnie and wife Chie

Fernando Oliva Abeto Sr. (aka “Ka Ronnie”) was born on May 31, 1959 in Tabon (Talim Island) Binangonan, Rizal Philippines to parents Mr. Francisco M. Abeto and Mrs. Ciriaca O. Abeto.

Ka Ronnie wed Mercedita “Chie” P. Abeto (born March 9, 1968) and the couple were blessed with 3 sons and 2 daughters.

Fernando P. Abeto, Jr. (born Feb. 3, 1986),

Rojani Andrea P. Abeto (born Nov. 30, 1987),

Arvin Ivan P. Abeto (born Aug. 12, 1989)

Nina Chinie P. Abeto (born May 22, 1993)

Tristan Venn P. Abeto (born Nov. 19, 1994)

Ka Ronnie works as a Project Services Coordinator in Snamprogetti Saudi Arabia Ltd. from

Ipinakikilala….ALYANSA NG LAHING BULAKENYO

ni: SIERRA DELA ROSA

Isang kaugalian na ng mga Pilipinong nangingibang-bansa ang magsama-sama kung may pagkakataon rin lang, sabihin na nating isang paraan ito ng pakikipag-kapwa nila o kaya’y upang maibsan ang kanilang pangungulila sa mga kaanak at kaibigang nasa Pilipinas.

Kaugnay nito, isang grupo ng mga Bulakenyo na naninirahan na sa Bologna, Italya, ang nagkaisang magtatag ng isang samahang may layuning maipakilala ang kultura at tradisyon ng probinsiya ng Bulakan at pagkaisahin din ang mga Bulakenyo at mga kaibigan nito upang makapagtaguyod ng mga proyektong makakatulong sa mga Pilipinong kasalukuyang nakikipagsapalaran sa pamumuhay at paghahanap-buhay sa Italya at

Paghanduraw: Maguindanao Massacre

Mura man ug bag-o pa kaayo sa atong handumanan pero duha na man diay ka-tuig ang milabay sukad nahitabo ang masaker sa Maguindanao. Gi-awhag ang tanan sa usa ka minuto nga pag-ampo nga unta mahatagan na ug hustisya ang 58 ka biktima ug masilutan ang mga sad-an.

Wala man kitay gahum aron silutan ang mga bati’g dagway nga amahan ug mga anak. Wala man kitay katakos sa pagpanimalos; himoon na lang nato sila nga kataw-anan.. kay mao man pod na ang kamatuooran.  Ug namugna ang TAS (The Ampaw Story )

Title: An Interview with Mayor Ampaw

TAS: Mayor, Unsa man katinood nga ikaw kuno nagpapatay sa 57 ka tawo?

Mayor: Mga bakakon sila! Dili ako oy!

TAS: Naa man kuno nakakita nimo nga tua ka sa lugar sa oras sa panghitabo?