[WATCH] Binata, tinubuan ng ngipin sa kanyang ilong

Walong taon pa lang noon si Ersan nang may nakapa siyang bukol sa kaliwang bahagi ng kanyang ilong. Makalipas ang siyam na taon, tinubuan na pala ito ng ngipin! May pag-asa pa kaya itong matanggal? Watch episodes of ‘Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho’ every Sunday night on GMA Network and its full episodes on GMANetwork.com/fullepisodes. Subscribe to us! http://www.youtube.com/user/GMAPublic…

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Hindi lang Bahay at Lupa, meron pa!

Aside from getting a fully furnished home, Senator Pacquiao says that he will also give the Ice Cream Man’s family a sari-sari store for their income.  

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Dipolog City marks ‘Pagsalabuk Festival’

The “ 20th Pagsalabuk Festival ” (Subanen for get together) is being celebrated here by the largely Catholic community that still harbor animosity to the vanishing Suban-on tribe, a historical hatred that could be traced back to the 18th century. Suban-on or Subano means people of the river. Subanen, according to the academe, refers to the language. The festival initiated by the city government was initially celebrated on the third Sunday of May when Dipolognons celebrate the Feast of San Vicente Ferrer. It later extended to a week and now a…

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Technology helps young Filipino farmer

FarmerLink, a mobile technology project by the Grameen Foundation and partners, seeks to support poor farmers improve their techniques and practices, to lift yield and income. One young Filipino farmer describes its impact on his farming. Subscribe : Grameen Foundation Read More : UCA News

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1.2M joins Iglesia Ni Cristo ‘walk vs. poverty’

Participants in the Iglesia ni Cristo (INC) ‘Worldwide Walk to Fight Poverty’ swelled to more or less 1.2 million Sunday morning, police estimates said. The event, which was generally peaceful, started with a crowd of more or less 35,000 at 6 a.m. at the Quirino Grandstand and 300,000 in Roxas Boulevard. By 7 a.m. the crowds swelled to more or less 800,000 individuals, the Philippine National Police National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) said. Aside from police units, crowd management was assisted by 1,500 INC volunteers from the Society of Communicators…

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Butchered rhino suggests humans were in the Philippines 700,000 years ago

Excavation proves early humans colonised the area hundreds of thousands of years earlier than previously believed   The discovery of a butchered rhino has led scientists to conclude early humans were in the Philippines as far back as 700,000 years ago. Dozens of human-made stone artifacts and tools, alongside the clearly bludgeoned and eaten remains of a rhino, were discovered in a clay bed in on Luzon, the largest and most northerly island in the Philippines. The excavation proves early humans colonised the Philippines hundreds of thousands of years earlier…

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Iglesia Ni Cristo breaks world record for largest human sentence

The Iglesia ni Cristo (INC or Church of Christ) claimed it has broken the record for the largest human sentence with 23,235 participants forming the sentence “Proud to be a member of Iglesia Ni Cristo” held at the Quirino Grandstand in Manila Sunday morning. “We broke the record for the largest human sentence with 23,235 participants,” said Bro. Erwin Briones, of the INC-Public Information Office (PIO). The event shattered the record set by India in 2016 with 16,550 people forming the sentence, “You Can You Will.” He added that they…

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Marians to commemorate 400th year of Mt. Carmel Lady statue’s arrival

Members of the clergy and Marian devotees are expected to attend the commemoration of the 400th year of the arrival of the image of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel in the country from Mexico on Friday. The “Salubong and Traslacion”, a celebration of the arrival of the image four centuries ago, will unfold at the Quirino Grandstand in Manila on May 4. The religious event will begin with a fluvial procession at 5 a.m., to be followed by a Mass to be presided by Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines…

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Laruang pambata noon, global sport for grownups na rin ngayon

What many consider as a mere toy or summer preoccupation is gradually becoming a mainstream sport and enthusiasts come from all walks of life and varying age brackets. The slingshot — “tirador” or “saltik” in the vernacular — is the passion of the Philippine Slingshot Federation (PSF), which recently held its 3rd Slingshot Tournament at the Roman Garden of the Marikina Riverpark in Marikina City. Although a young organization, the PSF is gaining a lot of following from up north in Pangasinan, Laguna in the southern Tagalog region, and all the way down south…

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Where in the Philippines was a scene from ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ shot?

Are you hyped up for the new Marvel flick “Avengers: Infinity War”? Well, here’s one trivia for you (warning: major spoilers ahead). If you noticed toward the end  of the movie, Thanos (Josh Brolin) retreats to a small nipa hut as he watches the sunset in satisfaction after some of the Avengers have been disintegrated. Beyond him, rice paddies that look like giant stairs can be seen. Did you guess that the area was the Philippines’ world-famous Banaue Rice Terraces in Ifugao? Then you’re right. Indochina Productions confirmed this on its…

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