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Monthly Archives: April 2012

Italya: Human Philippine Flag Formation, kayang-kaya kung sama-sama

Source:  akoaypilipino.eu

Rome,  Abril 26, 2012 – Ito ang pinatunayan ng ilunsad ng Sentro Pilipino Chaplaincy dito sa Roma ang proyektong pagbuo ng ating Bandila sa pamamagitan ng mga Kabataang Pinoy ( Human Philippine Flag Formation). Ginanap ito noong April 22, 2012 sa mainit na Pagtanggap ng Pag-ibig kay Hesus Community, Sts. Peter and Paul Basilica, Eur.

Important Event: “Face Off Against a Tycoon” Book Launch in May 2012

Danilo Pacaña‘s book (FACE OFF AGAINST A TYCOON) will be out in the market in the month of May 2012. They are now accepting BOOK RESERVATIONS worldwide thru the book’s website http://faceoffagainsttycoon.com or you may send a private message to Mr. Pacaña at http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001601294878

Face off against a Tycoon is a true to life story of  Mr. Danilo Pacaña, a whistleblower. An epic battle between David and Goliath in the modern era. A catalyst for awakening from deep slumber of apathy with the worst menace in society. The first and only book on corporate whistleblowing in the Philippines.

Mr. Danilo Pacaña is our first HAGIT Hero.

USA: Gigantic event at LA Convention Center to spotlight one of our own

By Dionesio C. Grava
First posted in  balitaangkapamilya.multiply.com

It will be a celebration of diversities when the 4th Annual Sheriff’s Show will take the spotlight tonight at the Los Angeles Convention Center starting at 5:30 pm. The

USA: Celebrating the written, spoken word

Words and photos by Dionesio C. Grava
First posted in www.pinoywatchdog.com

I wrote in her blog Literally Yours: “Our authors help give expression to the soul and aspirations of the FilAm community. We should be grateful that they’re out there making efforts to secure a foothold in the literary world — a task that would have been doubly difficult were it not for Linda Nietes’ selfless service to her people in that regard.”

Labor Day tremors and jitters – Atty JBJ

Source: DIRECT FROM THE LABOR FRONT By Atty Josephus Jimenez

The national police has been ordered to be in full alert. The military is on standby. No, we are not just watching the movements of vessels from China in our western front, or keeping vigil at our southern borders. We are keeping watch at some expected tremors in the labor front. Intelligence reports indicate that a large alliance of progressive labor groups is going to mount a massive concerted action on Labor Day. And if the leftist infiltrators are going to do their job, they will most probably penetrate the demonstrations and rallies, and then plant some molotovs here and there, thereby posing a grave and imminent danger to public safety.

The pages of history of Labor Day celebrations here and all over the world are filled with the blood of trade union leaders and policemen who died in pursuit of their respective aspirations, depending on

King Abdulaziz University in Jeddah Ready for Educational Cooperation with the Philippines

Ambassador Ezzedin Tago with KAU President H.E. Dr. Osama Sadik Al-Tayeb

Philippine Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Mr. Ezzedin Tago and Jeddah-based Consul General Uriel Norman Garibay visited the King Abdulaziz University in Jeddah on 15 April and met with its President H.E. Dr. Osama Sadik Al-Tayeb. During their meeting, they discussed educational cooperation between the two countries,

KSA: Ministry of Labor launches website for expats affected by Nitaqat

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New Restrictions on NGOs are undermining Human Rights, says UNHCHR Navi Pillay

25 April 2012

United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay on Wednesday expressed deep concern about current or recent moves in a number of countries to curtail the freedom of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and other civil society actors to operate independently and effectively.

A draft law on regulation of NGOs in Egypt “will, if passed in its current form, seriously undermine the spirit of Egypt’s revolution, in which civil society played such a pivotal role,”

UAE: Baby miraculously survives nine-storey fall

Baby miraculously survives 9 storey fall
Afkar Abdullah / 24 April 2012

A day old baby had a miraculous escape in Sharjah on Tuesday after being thrown by his mother down a garbage chute from the ninth floor of an apartment building and landing in a garbage container.

The baby’s mother, a 26-year-old Filipina maid, threw the baby from her employer’s building

PNOY’s Speech during the Abu Dhabi Dialogue in Manila

SPEECH OF HIS EXCELLENCY BENIGNO S. AQUINO III
PRESIDENT OF THE PHILIPPINES
AT THE 2ND MINISTERIAL MEETING
ON THE ABU DHABI DIALOGUE
SOFITEL PHILIPPINE PLAZA PASAY CITY
APRIL 19, 2012

For the longest time, it seemed that the fate of the Filipino was to be an economic refugee. This phenomenon has even been given a name: the Philippine diaspora. And as the word implies, it was a dispersal of some of our best and brightest to the four corners of the world, in

Tagalog Poetry: Salamat sa iyong Respeto

Francis Morilao - Qatar

First posted in kwentonikiko.com

Mahirap magbalatkayong masaya,
Lalo na’t hindi ka kapiling sinta;
Sa tuwing gabing nag-iisa,
Mga yakap mo’t paglalambing ang nasa isip sa tuwina.

Pilitin ko mang ipikit itong aking mga mata,
Sa diwa ko’y laging nariyan ka;
Alam mo bang miss na miss na kita?
At palaging laman ng panaginip sa tuwina.

LA’s Fil-Am community braces for twin Independence Day fetes

Words and photos by Dionesio C. Grava

The squabble about the date changing of our day of independence from July 4 to June 12 has been muted with the passage of time. In Los Angeles, an aspect of the yearly independence celebration involving the

ACFIL YOUTH GOES FOR A BOWLING TOURNAMENT

After the celebration of Fathers’ Day organized by ACFIL Youth, a benevolent benefactor has offered them free entrance at the Bowling Center of Il Gigante last March 24,2012 to treat them for a job well done and to encourage them to keep up their good work. Young as they are, organizing such a big event as “Fathers’ Day” wasn’t as simple as one would think.

Featured Project:The Pot of Knowledge 2003

The Pot of Knowledge Main Menu

Date: January 18, 2012
From: Tasio Espiritu
To:  E-Group Members (Patnubay Servant Leaders and Website Writers)
Subject: The Pot of Knowledge (2003)

I just want to share one of our projects last 2003 called “The Pot of Knowledge” .

Ang Talambuhay ni BEHWA MELLA UY (Torino, Italya)

Ako si Behwa Mella Uy. Rosanna Mella ang profile name ko sa facebook.Ipinanganak ako sa Polangui,Albay noong February 17, 1964.

Nakatira kami sa Angeles Heights San Pablo City, Laguna.Ang papa ko ay si See Kiat Uy, namatay na sya May 13, 1996 at 16th year death anniversary ngayong taon. Ang nanay ko ay si Remedios Mella taga Bikol. At dahil Chinese ang papa ko at Filipina ang nanay ko kaya half Chinese half Filipina ako. Lima kaming magkakapatid at pangatlo ako.Tatlo ang kapatid kong lalaki at isa angkapatid kong babae. Nag -aral kami ng elementary sa Chinese school at High school sa Laguna Colleges. Yong tatlo nakatapos ng college at ako ay kumuha two years vocational course.May tindahan kami sa

ACFIL’s Ang Tambuli April 2012 Newsletter

Ang Tambuli – is the official  Newsletter of ACFIL,  started  last 2002 up to the present to form and inform the Filipinos in the region regarding the political, social & migration issues especially to those who have the difficulty in comprehending the Italian language. This was financed by the Provincia di Torino for two years and the last 6 years, ACFIL continued the action independently due to the strong demand of the community taking out also the logo of the Provincia di Torino.

Get a copy of the April 2012  issue of  Ang Tambuli  from this link  ACFIL-s-Ang-Tambuli-April-2012-Newsletter.