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A LAND TOUR OF NORTHERN CALIFORNIA AND NEVADA - Part 1
Rene Calalang
Wed 9th December 2015


It was a no brainer for me to decide that yes, I would be joining our next high school class reunion (MHPHS Class ’64 Living Abroad), when they decided (those living in the States, mostly in California) that our next reunion would be a four (4) day land tour of Northern California and part of Nevada. For me, these two states were the ideal place to visit because of their history and geography - California, being a former colony of Spain, then Mexico, and presently, being a part of the United States; and Nevada because of her scenic views.
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CARLITO REYES – A GOLF PHENOM
Rene Calalang
Sun 11th October 2015


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MoreA VERY SUCCESSFUL MISA DE GALLO in SCARBOROUGH
Journalism Part II

It was a no brainer for me to decide that yes, I would be joining our next high school class...
MoreHOME AWAY FROM HOME (Part 5)
Journalism Part II

It was a no brainer for me to decide that yes, I would be joining our next high school class...
MoreHOME AWAY FROM HOME (Part 4)
Journalism Part II

It was a no brainer for me to decide that yes, I would be joining our next high school class...
MoreHOME AWAY FROM HOME - (Part 3)
Journalism Part II

It was a no brainer for me to decide that yes, I would be joining our next high school class...
MoreHOME AWAY FROM HOME-(Part 2)
Journalism Part II

It was a no brainer for me to decide that yes, I would be joining our next high school class...
MoreHOME AWAY FROM HOME (Part 1)
Journalism Part II

It was a no brainer for me to decide that yes, I would be joining our next high school class...
MoreAN ENLIGHTENING TRIP TO ISRAEL-(Part 7 – Last Part)
Journalism Part II

It was a no brainer for me to decide that yes, I would be joining our next high school class...
MoreAN ENLIGHTENING TRIP TO ISRAEL (Part 6)
Journalism Part II

It was a no brainer for me to decide that yes, I would be joining our next high school class...

Journalism Part II

Today, in this magazine/website, in this issue and in this column, I am launching part two of my journalistic ambition – not bad from a fellow from Malolos, Bulacan who spent not a single penny, took not a single course in journalism and whose only form of education in writing is his passionate desire to write. In this part of the world where multiculturalism is not only allowed but also encouraged, I am truly grateful to be given this opportunity to write freely and in many different ways and forms.



This will be my system. If I must criticize, it will be constructive; and if I must comment, it will be diplomatic. The objective is, and always will be, to correct what is wrong and to give honour and praises to those who make the sacrifices to make our community a better one - most often at the expense of their personal life. More
MoreGeorge Poblete Receives Queen's Sovereign Medal for Volunteers award
Fe Paca-Taduran

OTTAWA, CANADA --- Scarborough, Ontario resident George R. Poblete,  received the Queen's Sovereign Medal for Volunteers from the Right Honourable Governor General David Johnston, during a formal presentation ceremony made at  the Rideau Hall at 1 Sussex Drive in Ottawa, on April  24, 2017. (in photo: Queen’s Sovereign Medal for Volunteers awardee George R. Poblete(left) with Right Honourable Governor General...
MoreThe Giant Sleeps, While Wild Rumours Made Tourists Restless
Edwin Mercurio

Coron, Palawan – The “Sleeping Giant” of Palawan looms large over the islands of Coron. Atop the elevated Mt. Batyas an estimated 1,500 steps uphill climb and downhill descent  combined, the islands of Coron are visible.
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MoreECC NSW and APCO march to muzzle hate speech
Richard J. Ford

On the 31 March 2017 a celebration of the defeat of the 2nd attempt of the Liberal Government to introduce...
MoreAPCO’s Charity Ball 2017 to celebrate 119th Declaration of Philippine Independence set on June 10, 2017
Richard J. Ford

                                          
“Respect and Harmony for a Progressive Multicultural Society”. 
This is the theme of the much-awaited...
MoreMaking traffic jams bearable
Willie Jose

If you’re thinking of visiting our homeland, there’s one good advice:  brace yourselves both physically and mentally for the heavy...
MoreDOLE Undersecretary Joel B. Maglunsod and OWWA Administrator Hans Cacdac meet Repatriated Workers from Saudi Arabia
Department of Labor and Employment

PARTNERS FOR CHANGE. Undersecretary Joel B.Maglunsod  and OWWA Administrator Hans Cacdac, together International Labor Affairs Bureau OIC Director Mary Sol...
MoreLong live Mother Earth!
Julia Carreon-Lagoc

I cannot let Earth Day, April 22, pass without a tribute to Mother Earth, as precious as your own mother—to...
 
More`CON AMOR’ FOUNDATION B0ARD MEMBERS VISIT PROJECTS IN PHILIPPINES
By: Orquidia. Valenzuela,  as reported by Myrla Danao

Businessman Jaap van Dijke, chairman and two board members, Myrla Danao and Dr. John Deen of Con Amor foundation in...
MoreArt Creations
Vicente Collado Jr.

Welcome!

Many believe formal training is a prerequisite to quality in painting. Not a few will agree with me one can...
MoreTHE CHILDREN IN DON MANUEL GK VILLAGE
Orquidia Valenzuela Flores

Sixty-three children from age three to six years, in the very poor community of Don Manuel village in Barangay...
 
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