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Jennie P. Arado
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Ruling out silent transmission
FILIPINOS had been calling for mass Covid-19 testing since the first few weeks of quarantine.In May 2020, people had finally understood the gravity of the situation and how dangerous the virus is, especially since some carriers are unaware that they ...
From 174 days ago
Good things come in boxes
MOVEMENT and mass gathering restrictions may have limited our plans but it sure did not stop us to celebrate Christmas, the very season of giving. Because of quarantine, small-scale entrepreneurs who love crafts and DIY projects are inspired to venture ...
From 179 days ago
Davao City’s tourism, investment offices transfer to new building
THE new building along Palma Gil Street, Davao City that will house the Davao City Investment Promotions Center (DCIPC) and the City Tourism Operations Office (CTOO) was turned over Monday, November 16, 2020.A simple ceremony led by Davao City Mayor ...
From 180 days ago
Upgrading your skills
IT HAD been in multiple and different reports that Covid-19, by this time, is no longer just a health crisis. Over the months of quarantine, curfew, and liquor ban implementation, it has also become an economic crisis. On top of ...
From 185 days ago
Considerations before resigning
MY WORK here as a writer in SunStar Davao is not my first job. Over the years since graduation, I've been a part-time instructor in a university and a supermarket merchandising supervisor.But as they say, there's something about millennials that ...
From 192 days ago
Filipina architect for culture and heritage
"I BELIEVE that architects play a vital role in showing the cultural identity of a place may it be a small site or as huge as an entire country. It is vital that we have this cultural identity so that ...
From 197 days ago
Best of Davao: Batchoy
THE second of October is really a rainy season in the Philippines. Believe me, I spent most of my birthdays raining in the afternoon.But Filipinos love coffee, soup, and anything that can warm them up during this rainy season. What's ...
From 198 days ago
Help, I want to save!
I GREW up with really thrifty parents. Saving money wasn’t really taught to us step-by-step, rather, we observed how they did it and learned from that. When we were younger, we had coin banks made of wood, plastic, etc. In ...
From 199 days ago
Malagos Chocolates bags int’l awards anew
MALAGOS Chocolates wins new international awards.In a recent Drinking Chocolate Virtual Ceremony organized by International Chocolate Awards, Malagos Premium Unsweetened Chocolates bagged four gold awards for categories plain/origin dark drinking chocolate (made with water), growing country, chocolate maker, and direct-traded.They ...
From 202 days ago
Work, business, or side hustle?
AT SOME point in our student years, we were made to believe that our good grades and performance in school will lead us to a good, stable job. That was supposed to be the goal. But, eventually, millennials, who are ...
From 206 days ago