Published on Feb 14, 2018
It’s Chinese New Year Soon, Let’s talk about the Chinese Zodiac. But of course, Kung Hei Fat Choi everyone. Read the transcript on our websiTe on this link:
Im jumping right into this post with this most used line that not all things are meant to last. That is so true of my notebook fans. After some years of productive use the built in or internal fan of my notebook or laptop stopped working. Without a cooling unit […]
Watch Stupid Evil Deadly Traditional Politics of the Philippines. The Rodel Batocabe Murder. Many hearts bleed for the lives that are wasted and lost on a daily basis in the country. Some lives are lost by operation of the law as in the continuous drug excursions conducted by police authorities […]
Just before I went on a 4-month leave from my channel for quick travel and long vacation, I left behind video projects hanging which include a review on the microSD card I ordered online. I am referring to the micro SD card manufactured by Samsung, the EVO select SD card. […]
On this year’s commemoration of martyrdom of Jose Protacio Rizal, we join the folks at the Luneta Park and those in their respective homes at observing the momentous event that dates back into the waning hours of the occupation of the Spanish conquistadores. That was 122 years ago! On many […]
For the fiscal year of 2007, the LGU of Libmanan was the first and only that surpassed the P100M earnings among the 35 municipalities, while capital town Pili had P87M. Rinconada’s Nabua made P73.2M and the third district town of Calabanga earned P72.6M.
This is how Comelec will deliver a credible election results. The poll body will deliver a credible election by following the law that mandates a fully automated system as it was first used in the May 2010 and again during the May 2013 national and local elections. We are referring […]
The Philippines and Japan on Thursday night signed bilateral agreements on social security and rail project while increasing defense partnership following the Paris attacks that killed 129 people. The agreements were signed after the bilateral meetings between Philippine President Benigno Aquino III and Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the […]
Seven years in a row, our lily house plant consistently blooms. We are referring to the Clivia Miniata, also known as Natal Lily, bush lily or Kaffir lily. From just one plant nine years ago, it spawned a new offspring after five years which was transplanted to a new pot. […]
Researchers from the International Center for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR) in Western Australia have measured the energy generated across 200,000 galaxies more precisely than ever before, discovering it is only half of what it was 2 billion years ago and is continually fading. Professor Simon Driver from ICRAR said on […]
NASA honors first man on the moon with Tranquility Base. For those who were already around that time, do you still remember the first man who landed on the moon? Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong, the first man to have set foot on the lunar surface on July 20, 1969, […]
View this post on Instagram Happy Saturday pipol! At last a free morning! Woke up late and had time for a mud pack, hahaha! A post shared by Korina Sanchez-Roxas (@korina) on Feb 26, 2016 at 9:14pm PST ABS-CBN news anchor and host Korina Sanchez-Roxas is being referred to as […]
It makes one wonder who among those in the local show business are still into illegal drugs. According to the Philippine National Police, there are five. Now, the Philippine National Police has zeroed in on these five local, meaning Philippine-based, entertainment personalities under surveillance with alleged link in illegal drug […]
At the edge of the river bank, a waiting shade serves as the landing-terminal point for arriving and departing passengers. One can let time pass just by sitting on the steps or on the cement seats. I did just that and kept awed and bewildered at how huge and overwhelming the Bicol river is.
LEGAZPI CITY, Aug. 26 — Ten regional and provincial officers of the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology and 30 resident inmates are now ready to make vinegar and nata de coco either for their families’ use or for business purposes. They learned the process in a recent skills training […]