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AT around seven in the morning, in a school hidden among a thicket of trees, children can be seen neatly lined up in rows diligently singing to the rhythm of the National Anthem.
Michelle: Lloyd, who has been living in for two years with Chit with whom he has a three-month-old baby girl, wants out. Both of them have stable jobs with a BPO company.
WATCHING my Japanese Spitz go to a man who will love her better than I did was traumatic for me but it was time to let go. I knew that fact when he asked for my dog and I saw that he loves the dog so much.
THESE days, businesses are not merely out there to make money. The better ones also try to make a difference in the life of the community where they thrive.
THERE’S a different and unique way to enjoy chicken and Peri-Peri Charcoal Chicken and Sauce Bar is one such place that shows the locals how.
“BISAG saging, basta labing” is a Cebuano phrase that makes light of the pain of want.
ORO China’s 50th year anniversary party wasn’t just golden. It was a pearly, sparkly, star studded evening at the Radisson Blu Cebu befitting of Cebu’s timelessly elegant jewelry brand.
FASHION Institute of the Philippines gives a whimsical take on children’s wear. Mixing fashion, comfort and playful doses of fun, these designers present creations bearing the theme Dancing dreams.
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