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Kidlat Tahimik Awarded the 2018 Prince Claus Laurate in Amsterdam

| January 12, 2019
Kidlat Tahimik Awarded the 2018 Prince Claus Laurate in Amsterdam

  THE HAGUE 09 January 2019 — Filipino filmmaker and recently-inducted National Artist for Film and Broadcast Arts Kidlat Tahimik (Eric de Guia) was among the seven laureates who received the Prince Claus Award for culture and development at the Royal Palace in Amsterdam in the Netherlands on 06 December 2018. In the presence of [...]

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Former President. Arroyo led 10 Young Filipinos in Youth Summit in Hong Kong

| November 30, 2018
Former President. Arroyo led 10 Young Filipinos in Youth Summit in Hong Kong

HONG KONG 29 November 2018 – The Speaker of the Philippine House of Representatives, former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, led 10 youth from various regions of the Philippines to participate in the 7th Boao Forum for Asia (BFA) Youth Summit in Hong Kong on 08 November 2018. Speaker Arroyo, who is one of the forum’s board [...]

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The historic ‘Bells of Balangiga’ will be returned to the Philippines after 117 years.

| November 18, 2018
The historic ‘Bells of Balangiga’ will be returned to the Philippines after 117 years.

The decision to return the “Bells of Balangiga” to the Philippines ends a decades-long quest by Manila, including by President Rodrigo Duterte. As one may recall from historical accounts, the three church bells were taken away by the American colonial forces as spoils of war after they massacred the towns people of Balangiga, Samar in [...]

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Manny Pacquaio is back, knocks out Matthyse on the 7th

| July 15, 2018
Manny Pacquaio is back, knocks out Matthyse on the 7th

It’s Pac’s first KO since 2009. That’s a long time ago. And Pacquiao actually said he wasn’t necessarily expecting to knock down Matthysse. “I’m surprised,” he said in the ring after the fight. “Matthysse is a very tough opponent. I knocked him down, and that’s a bonus for being patient in the fight and working [...]

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President Duterte leads 120th Independence Day commemoration in Kawit

| June 12, 2018
President Duterte leads 120th Independence Day commemoration in Kawit

Kawit — President Rodrigo Roa Duterte on Tuesday, June 12, joined his countrymen in honoring the patriots who have given their lives for the Philippines’ liberty, urging Filipinos to be worthy of the “great sacrifice.” President Duterte led the flag raising ceremony at the Museo ni Emilio Aguinaldo as he graced the celebration of the [...]

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Tai Kwun – From Police Compound To Heritage Cultural Precinct

| May 17, 2018
Tai Kwun – From Police Compound To Heritage Cultural Precinct

The restored Central Police Station compound, named Tai Kwun – Centre for Heritage and Arts, is a new cultural hub in Hong Kong. The 13,600 square metre complex, between Hollywood Road and Chancery Lane, boasts a rich history, with the earliest building dating back to 1841. Tai Kwun, which means Big Station in Cantonese, comprises [...]

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Filipinos in the world

| May 12, 2018
Filipinos in the world

This video is directed to every non-Filipino out there. See, before I started Nas Daily, I couldn’t place the Philippines on the map. I knew nothing about “these people”. But slowly and surely I started to get to know more and more Filipinos in every new country I visit only to realize that: 1. There [...]

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Facebook has more information about you than you can imagine

| March 22, 2018
Facebook has more information about you than you can imagine

  In an eye-opening talk, techno-sociologist Zeynep Tufekci, she details how the same algorithms companies like Facebook, Google and Amazon use to get you to click on ads are also used to organize your access to political and social information. And the machines aren’t even the real threat. What we need to understand is how [...]

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Culture and Empowerment: The 11th Lang-Ay Festival In Hong Kong

| March 14, 2018
Culture and Empowerment: The 11th Lang-Ay Festival In Hong Kong

A culture-rich celebration was participated by the Migrant workers from the 10 municipalities of Mountain Province. This year’s theme focused on: “Strengthening Cultural Unity and Empowering the Rights and Welfare of Mountain Province OFWs.” The Mountain Province Governor Bonifacio C. Lacwasan, Natonin Mayor Mateo Chiyawan, Executive Assistants to the Governor Mr Randolf Awisan, Mr. Winston [...]

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Singer/songwriter sisters to perform live at the Hong Kong City Hall Concert Hall

| February 28, 2018
Singer/songwriter sisters to perform live at the Hong Kong City Hall Concert Hall

Singer/songwriter sisters Chan Kai Chee and Chan Kai Leng will perform live their song Life at the Global Symphony Orchestra concert at the City Hall Concert Hall. Ma Ka Lok World Symphony Concert Music Director and composer: Mak Ka Lok, Gustav Global Symphony Orchestra Society Limited March 14, 2018 Wednesday 8pm Hong Kong City Hall [...]

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