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UPS expands HQ in Clark into intra-Asia hub

CLARK ZONE, Pampanga, Oct 24 Asia Pulse – US-based United Parcel Service (UPS) has expanded its headquarters here for US$1.4 million and converted it into its Intra-Asia hub. The formal conversion of UPS-Clark as Intra-Asia hub was highlighted with the launching of UPS fourth annual global volunteer week conducted in Read more »

Learning community helps Skyline's Filipino students

SAN BRUNO, CA — Skyline College student Gary Erfe, 33, has found the American version of “kababayan,” loosely meaning family in Tagalog, at school. Through the community college’s Kababayan Program, Filipino students are paired together to learn about their culture and how to succeed in life.

Trapo vs. Trapo

(via buhaypinoy) Almost everyone, specially the anti-GMA personalities, have said a mouthful on the Binay controversy. The opposition found a poster boy. They rallied against Binay’s suspension. Even Manuel L. Quezon III trooped to the city hall!? For what? Give moral support to Binay?

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Wait Wait… Don't Tell Me!

While this might not have anything to do with Pinoys ordinarily, we love it so much we thought it’s worth sharing with everyone. ‘Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me! is NPR’s (that’s National Public Radio for you nonstateside) weekly current events quiz. Have a laugh and test your news knowledge while figuring Read more »

Philippine History at Wikipedia

(via deebeedee) Yesterday’s featured article on Wikipedia was the History of the Philippines. On that day, October 20, sixty-two years ago, General Douglas MacArthur returned to the Philippines as promised. In 1955, The Return of the King was first published. The Monterey Bay Aquarium first opened its doors on that Read more »