Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Filipino Economy

The End of Call Centres Will Devastate Manila and Philippines

1.2 million Filipinos work in call centres based in Manila and across the Philippines.  The BPO industry has been a blessing for the nation and has created a middle-class...
Filipino Consumerism

Consumerism In The Philippines: Why Do Filipinos Patronize Foreign Products?

The bizarre acceptance that western is better is not only destructive but it is proof that Filipinos are their own worst enemy. Have you wondered why Filipinos prefer to purchase...

Kadamay binigyan na ng Bahay, Demanding Pa!

Ang Katipunan ng Damayang Mahirap o Kadamay ay sinubukang iokupa ang mga pabahay o housing project ng National Housing Authority o NHA sa Pandi, Bulacan. Dapat ang mga bahay na...

Filipinos in Canada: Enjoying Life in the Maple Capital of the World

In recent years, globalism has found a common thread among different races and nationalities. Moving to a foreign country is somewhat commonplace and for many has become the perfect...

Kontra ka ba o Aprub sa EJK?

SA panahong ito, marami ang lumuluha kaya kung sila ay atng pagmamasdan, tiyak na madudurog ang ating mga puso. Nakabibingi naman kasi ang kanilang palahaw kaya't kung malambot ang...

Karapatang Pantao, Ka-Ipokritohan at ang Laban sa Droga

Umaalma ang mga tagapagtaguyod ng karapatang pantao sa laban sa droga ng Presidente ng Pilipinas na si Rodrigo Duterte. Pinupuna nila ang karahasan at pagkamatay ng mga taong nadawit...

Filipino Poverty: Choice or Circumstance?

The Philippines is a country in denial when it comes to dealing with poverty. The majority of families in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao are living within or below the...

Mga Pinoy, nabubuhay dahil sa utang…

Gaano ka man kasipag, kung ikaw ay nakatira sa bansang Pilipinas, siguradung kakapusin at kakapusin ka sa pera, lalo na kung ikaw ay may pamilya na binubuhay. Nang nasa...

Rejecting EU Foreign Aid: Can Filipinos Live Without Financial Help from Rich Nations?

President Rodrigo Duterte recently rejected a grant worth Php 13.8 billion ($280 million) from the European Union (EU). The money would have supported the rebuilding and rehabilitation efforts in...
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