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A religious holiday and a folk tradition

“UNDAS” is both a religious observance and a folk tradition among Filipinos that honors members of the family who have passed away.

The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) confirmed yesterday the arrest of six Malaysians and two Filipinos by the Royal Malaysian Police in Taman Desa Baiduri, Cheras in Kuala Lumpur, on August 30, 2017.

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BPI-Philam helps Filipinos prepare this Disaster Awareness Month

Compared to its other Southeast Asian neighbors, our country experiences a wider range of disasters. From floods to landslides, and typhoons to earthquakes – the most recent of which just happened in Leyte with a magnitude of 6.5 – the Philippines continues to endure and survive.

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Adopt healthy diet, Pinoys told

Healthy diet should be observed even during emergencies. This was stressed by Health Secretary Paulyn Jean Rosell-Ubial as she challenged Filipinos to adopt healthy diet as a lifetime habit.

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Job optimism down in SWS May 1 poll

Fewer Filipino workers are optimistic that there will be more job opportunities in the next 12 months, a Social Weather Stations survey coinciding with Labor Day yesterday said.

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Split-second shopping in just a click

These days, instead of going to the malls or grocery stores, some prefer to look for products or services through internet web portals. It is actually a great way to escape the crowded, sweltering stores and jam packed parking lots especially during the holidays where shoppers go full throttle just to complete their shopping list.

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