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The sakura trees were gifts from Kochi Prefecture and the Japanese embassy.
Haight's Place in Atok, Benguet, has been growing sakura trees that started blooming in 2018.The trees are gifts from the Kochi Prefecture and Japanese embassy to the province of Benguet given in 2016, the year the two provinces celebrated the 40th anniversary ...
 
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Plus, an updated list of valid IDs for your passport application.
If your Philippine passport is up for renewal, then here’s some good news for you: submission of birth certificates is no longer required for passport renewals, according to the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA).Under DFA Department Order No.03-2019, which was signed in ...
 
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Residents were sent into a frenzy after ashfall reached parts of the metro.
Following the eruption of the Taal volcano on Sunday afternoon, ashfall spread to neighboring areas including Metro Manila, sending residents into a frenzy in buying dust masks and N95 masks for protection. However, reports of hoarding and overpricing soon followed, prompting the ...
 
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Don’t be a trapped tourist at this local destination.
A single picture can form a thousand impressions, and the Hinatuan Enchanted River is one such picture. It is often found on social media with its captivating and scary deep blue water, often taken from a single angle, making us curious. Why are ...
 
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The cult favorite may return as a limited series.
Fox president of entertainment Michael Thorn has reinvigorated talk of a Firefly revival.Joss Whedon's cult TV favorite premiered in 2002 with 14 episodes lined up for fans, however, the series was cut short just 11 episodes in and cancelled by the network.In the years ...
 
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The PS5 looks like it's going to be a super-charged monster.
In September, Sony dropped an info bomb on us that revealed the official name for the next-gen console, a vague release date and news about the updated Dualshock 5 controller. Since then news has trickled out of Sony labs, and we've rounded it all ...
 
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Three simple reasons why World War III won't happen now.
After the assassination of Iran's General Suleimani on January 3, 2020, many feared that it could ignite a conflict that would be big enough to be called World War III. With all the news reports about the saber-rattling of the United States ...
 
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Come home, Meghan. Hollywood loves you.
What a hump day for news! Here's what's up: The Oscars will not have a "traditional host" this year, for the second year running, much to my deep chagrin. Just before heading into the Television Critics Association winter press tour, ABC Entertainment ...
 
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The flow of cars is becoming a real issue here.
If you drove up to Baguio City over the 2019 holidays, you’ll know that vehicular congestion in the country’s Summer Capital is seriously getting out of hand.According to data from the Department of Public Works and Highway’s (DPWH) road monitoring report, more ...
 
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Check out the procession's official route.
The annual Feast of the Black Nazarene is slated for Thursday, January 9. Starting at 5:30 a.m. in the City of Manila, the Black Nazarene will begin a slow crawl from the Quirino Grandstand back to Quiapo Church surrounded by a sea ...
 
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Steven Knight has finished writing the sixth season of Peaky Blinders, which means that the Shelby gang's return is now a little bit closer.
No sooner has the dust settled upon – and the mountain of corpses been carted out of – the Peaky Blinders fifth season finale, than it starts all over again. When will it be back? What's happening with Oswald Mosley? How many more times ...
 
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Whether you want to drink less, lose a little weight or pump up your arms, our experts have the answers
Heading into 2020 with the vague intention of “becoming healthier” or “working smarter” isn't enough. You might have the willpower, but you won't get anywhere without a plan. Whatever your goals, our insiders offer the advice you need to turn ambition into ...
 
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Sometimes the biggest problem in a relationship is...you.
It’s been a year since I said goodbye to you. Your cheesy delights, your garlic-dusted edges. I gave you up for a full 365 days, and to be frank, it was a terrible year. I don’t mean that in the hyperbolic way that ...
 
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We can't wait to see what's in store for the historical park.
Finding a place where you can breathe in some fresh air and see a bit of green in Metro Manila's urban landscape can prove difficult—especially when these spaces are always in trouble of being razed over and replaced with buildings. People didn't ...
 
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Been planning to visit the U.S.? We have tips on scoring that visa to the Land of the Free
There are several reasons one might want to visit the United States of America: whether it’s visiting friends and family, seeing all the must-visit sights like the Statue of Liberty or the Grand Canyon, or people-watching in the city in the hopes of ...
 
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The decade was filled with momentous events that defined a golden age of sports for the Philippines.
When historians look back on this decade about to pass, they'll find plenty of milestones that changed the course of Philippine sports.From Manny Pacquiao's record-setting fight against Floyd Mayweather to Gilas Pilipinas' return to prominence in Asia, from the Azkals phenomenon to ...
 
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Backpacking in the Philippines is affordable if you know where to do it.
The Philippines has many beautiful towns and provinces that have made it on the lists of the world’s best islands. Boracay, Palawan, and Siargao are common destinations included on such lists. The country boasts some of the finest, white sand shores, clear, ...
 
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After a video of a man killing two kittens in a vacuum-sealed bag went viral, two civilians went on an Internet hunt for the man way before police were on his trail.
Netflix's breakout docuseries, Don't Fuck with Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer, has captured the nation's attention because, as the title suggests, people do not like when someone messes with the Internet's mascot. In fact, according to the doc, it's the internet's "rule zero." The ...
 
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A food historian investigates the confusion behind the four dishes.
As 2019 is about to draw to a close, we reflect on the many highlights that have transpired this year. Some of these highlights could be found in local social media. One that particularly took netizens by storm was a debate about ...
 
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Sometimes it's great to get lost in translation.
Filipino culture is hard to define. We’re a mishmash of a million different things, shaped by a rich history and influenced by so many different factors. But there are two things about the Filipino way of life that has stood the test ...
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