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A problem of community

​People are noticing and commenting — from the Public Attorney’s Office in media statements to a broadcast journalist who interviewed me during the wake for Carl Angelo Arnaiz in Filipino: “Have you noticed that both Kian delos Santos and Carl Arnaiz’s mothers were OFWs (overseas Filipino workers)?

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Filipino Traditions

“Our culture is a big reflection of our great and complex history. It is influenced by most of the people we have interacted with. A blend of the Malayo-Polynesian and Hispanic culture with the influence from Chinese, Indians Arabs, and other Asian cultures really contribute to the customs and traditions of the Filipinos.” this was written by Ms. 419 more words

Our Today's Reality

Extrajudicial killings, usage of the drugs which was strictly prohibited in our country, massacres, poverty, corruption, crimes and the newest, the war. And when the news flash on the television, you’ll see the faces of the people who faced oppression and helplessly begging for help. 673 more words

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FilCom meeting no. 1

#mitsamasg / 2017.01.21

The Philippine Embassy in Singapore organized the first Filipino Community meeting at The Bayanihan Center this year because of the on-going renovation works at the embassy’s home at Nassim Road. 472 more words


Bayanihan: A dying spirit

Among the most valuable traits of the Filipinos is Bayanihan. It is considered to be the core essence of the Filipino spirit. First and foremost, what is  809 more words


11/3/2016 – Photo booth for the fair

Today, my Bayanihan group and I had manned our photo booth during the Bonfire night fair. This photo booth took several weeks to plan, and had mostly been planned by my groupmate Jason. 180 more words


Bayanihan Fundraising (November 2016)

On the 3rd of November, my CAS group and I came together to sell popcorn and milkshakes during Bonfire Night.

In this project, I provided our cashbox and the change that was used. 83 more words