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Savoring the Last Few Moments of 2014 in the Philippines

Filipino New Year

By Correspondent Joshua Kevin Bondoc in Manila, Philippines.  As 2014 creeps to a close, I can’t help but to look back at the year that has just passed—from a micro level perspective as an

Super Typhoon Yolanda

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By correspondent Iya in the Philippines. Typhoon Yolanda, (Haiyan, its International codename), a super typhoon with extraordinary power made its landfall on November 8, 2013 among the islands of the

Eating Tree-The Old Woman and the Mystery of the Man!

Mysterious tree- Cebu City

By correspondent Monette Tubungbanua from Philippines in Cebu City. Our valley has many brushes and shrubs, a few saplings and a very, very, very large tree. The tree was so

A gift, waiting to be accepted

Tey in the Philippines

By Correspondent Therese Andrea Rosario in San Mateo, Rizal, Philippines – With an undergraduate degree from one of the finest schools in the country and the confidence to get any