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‘Call me Juan’

‘Call me Juan’

June 24 stands is a popular feast day in the Catholic church calendar, dedicated to St. John the Baptist, who prepared the way for the Messiah’s coming. Cities like Manila and San Juan in Metro Manila, celebrate the day, in St. John’s honor, with water-dousing and other activities. In my hometown, Kalibo, Aklan, it is the culmination of the world-famous Ati-atihan festival.

THE yearly week-long Ati-atihan Festival of Kalibo, Aklan every January has gained global popularity over the decades. It has become a must-see event in international tourism calendars.

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The Alliance for Climate Protection-Climate Reality Project (ACP-CRP), a global non-profit organization on climate protection and leadership founded in 2006 by former US Vice President Al Gore, has created a Philippine alliance, the Allen Salas Quimpo Collective Climate Leadership Memorial Awards (ASQCLMA) to encourage civic action against climate change.

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The sequel to the film documentary of former US Vice President and Nobel Prize winner Al Gore will feature the Philippine actions against climate change.

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By Osias T. Osorio MANILA, Philippines (PNA) — Philippine Airlines (PAL) will reduce the number of selected domestic and international flights for a limited period as the flag carrier prepares for the transfer of its catering, ground handling and call center reservations units to third party service providers on Oct. 1, 2011. In a statement, […]

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