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9-anyos na bata, nagtitinda ng basahan para makabili ng tablet pang-online class


 

Sa murang edad, matiyagang kumakayod ang 9-anyos na batang lalaki sa Quezon City sa pamamagitan ng paghahabi at pagtitinda ng basahan makaipon lamang ng pambili ng gadget para sa nalalapit na online class sa Oktubre.


Pitong taong gulang pa lamang ang batang si Gilbert “Eboy” Bandillo ay marunong na itong gumawa ng basahan matapos itong turuan ng kaniyang lola.


Nasa P25 ang halaga ng plain color at small-sized na basahan, P45 sa medium-sized at P35 naman para sa multicolored.


Kwento ni Eboy, masaya siya sa kaniyang pinagkakaabalahang hanapbuhay at natutuwa rin siya na nakakatulong siya sa kaniyang lola upang suportahan ang kanilang pamilya.


Dahil sa kaniyang dedikasyon sa murang edad, marami ang nais na tumulong sa kaniya upang makabili siya ng tablet i cellphone sa kaniyang online class.

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Ginang, pinagmumulta ng P1,000 dahil naglalaba ng walang facemask sa bakuran


Masama ang loob ng isang ginang sa Parañaque City dahil gusto itong pagmultahin ng isang libong piso matapos mahuling walang suot na facemask habang naglalaba kahit pa siya ay nasa bakuran lamang umano ng kanilang bahay.


Sa isang video, makikitang nakikipagtalo si Dina Mapayo sa mga opisyal ng barangay na nais magdala sa kaniya sa kanilang tanggapan para sa imbestigasyon.


Pilit na tumatanggi sa imbitasyon ng barangay si Mapayo. Ayaw rin nitong magmulta ng isang libong piso lalo pa at mabigat ito para sa kaniyang bulsa.


Paliwanag ni Mapayo, maliit lamang ang kanilang tahanan kung kaya sa labas ito naglalaba. Paniniwala niya, hindi naman kinakailangang magsuot ng facemask lalo pa at nasa bakuran lamang siya ng kanilang bahay.


Samantala, giit ng barangay ang lugar na pinaglalabahan ni Mapayo ay isang public area kung kaya kinakailangan pa ring magsuot ng facemask.

Kasalukuyan pang iniimbestigahan ngayon ng munisipalidad ng Parañaque ang naging pangyayari para sa karampatang aksyon.

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Pres. Duterte declares PH under state of calamity until 2021


According to President Rodrigo Duterte that he extend the state of calamity in the country by one year amid the raging new coronavirus pandemic.


Malacañang on Friday (September 18) released Proclamation No. 1021 which prolonged the declared nationwide state of calamity over the country for a period of one year, from September 13, 2020 to September 12, 2020, “unless earlier lifted or extended as circumstances may warrant.” The issurance was dated Sept. 16.

The extension of the state of calamity was recommended by the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC).

"This extension, will, among others, effectively afford the national government as well as local government units (LGUs) ample latitude to continue utilizing appropriate funds, including the quick response fund, in their disaster preparedness and response efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19, monitor and control prices of basic necessities and prime commodities, and provide basic services to the affected populations,” the President said.

The President also ordered all law enforcement agencies to ensure peace and order in the affected areas.

The proclamation was issued as COVID-19 cases in the country hit 279,526 on Friday, of which 65,906 are active cases, 208,790 are recoveries and 4,830 are deaths.

Duterte first placed the country under a state of public health emergency on March 8, during the early days of the pandemic.

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Mga tsismosa sa Cebu, hinuli ng awtoridad dahil sa paninirang puri


Sa tanggapan ng awtoridad ang bagsak ng dalawang ginang sa Bogo City, Cebu na sina Mary Grace Catapan, 21 at Jhallyn Gequillo Varga, 35, matapos ireklamo dahil sa pagiging tsismosa at paninirang puri.

Ayon sa biktima na si Aileen, hindi niya tunay na pangalan, napag-alaman niyang nagkakalat ng maling impormasyon ang dalawa patungkol sa kaniya sa isang group chat na may labing-isang miyembro noon pang taong 2017 hanggang 2018.

Ayon sa ulat, si Catapan at Varga ay mga magulang ng mga batang nag-aaral sa paaralan kung saan din pumapasok ang anak ni Aileen.

Mababasa sa group chat na sinasabihan ng dalawa si Aileen na nasisiraan na ng bait. Maging ang anak nito ay ginawang katuwaan matapos i-edit ang larawan nito at lagyan ng hindi kaaya-ayang caption.

Inaakusahan din nina Catapan at Varga na magnanakaw ang asawa ng biktima.

Hindi matanggap ni Aileen ang ginawang pag-aalipusta ng mga suspek sa kaniya at kaniyang pamilya kung kaya dumulog na ito sa kinauukulan.

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Taipei ranked 8th smartest city in global index, Manila ranked 104th out of 109 countries


Taiwan capital Taipei ranked 8th smartest city in the 2020 Smart City Index while Philippine capital drops and ranked at 104th. Taipei drops from 7th to 8th and Manila drops from 94th to 104th out of 109 countries.

Singapore, Helsinki and Zurich have come top in the 2020 Smart City Index, in a year that saw many European cities fall in the rankings. 

The Smart City Index ranks cities based on economic and technological data, as well as by their citizens’ perceptions of how “smart” their cities are.

"It is of course too early to draw final lessons from COVID. However, it is clear that we are at a critical juncture, where the health crisis is still very much with us, while the economic and social crisis that it will entail has hardly started," Bruno Lanvin, President of the IMD Smart City Observatory, said in a statement published on the IMD website.

Lausanne-based IMD surveyed more than 13,000 people in 109 cities, who were questioned about how they perceived the impact of technology in five areas: health/safety, mobility, activities, opportunities and governance.

On the top 10 list, Auckland, Oslo, Copenhagen and Geneva were ranked from fourth to seventh, ahead of Amsterdam and New York in ninth and 10th place.

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Direct Hiring: Corsair Components in Taiwan now hiring factory workers under Champion broker


Corsair Components Inc located in Taoyuan now directly hiring production operators ready for transfer and those with expiring contracts while in Taiwan.


Check below job post:

About Corsair:

CORSAIR has grown from pioneering the high-performance DRAM market into one of the world’s leading providers of high-performance gaming and streaming products. 

CORSAIR offers a complete range of products to equip gamers, enthusiasts, and esports athletes, including mechanical keyboards, precision gaming mice, wireless headsets, premium PC components, and the CORSAIR ONE fully-integrated gaming PC. 

*This site is not a recruitment agency nor agent, to apply please visit above mentioned recruitment agency.
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Number of OFWs in Taiwan getting deported and penalized due to drunk driving E-Bike


Number of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) are ordered to leave Taiwan for driving or riding electric bikes under the influence of alcohol.


High penalty of fine or a possible of termination of contract that leads to deportation can be given to any migrant workers in Taiwan that break any law of traffic and safety.

Drunk driving in Taiwan may lead to imprisonment and fine ranging from NT$30,000 to NT$60,000, the amount may go higher if damage to others is done.

Most migrant workers in Taiwan are not aware that drunk riding an electric bike is a criminal offense until being caught.

It has become a common practice for the courts to send notices of legal violations of migrant workers to the MOL, which results in them ultimately being forced to leave the country because they no longer have valid permits to be in Taiwan.
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91k senior citizen, maaaring 'di makatanggap ng pensyon dahil sa kulang na pondo: DSWD


Malungkot na ibinahagi ng Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) noong Miyerkules (Septyembre 17), na nasa 91,000 waitlisted senior citizen ang maaaring hindi makatanggap ng pensyon sa taong 2021 dahil sa limitadong budget ng ahensiya.


Ayon kay Assistant Secretary Glenda Relova, unang humiling ang ahensya ng mahigit P24 billion para sa programa na layong magbigay ng pensyon sa 3.7 milyong senior citizen.

Sa kasamaang palad, tanging P23.187 billion lamang ang inaprubahan ng Department of Budget and Management.

“Ang epekto nito na hindi pagkakabigay ng budget na ito is, mayroon tayong mga waitlisted na around 91,000 senior citizens na naghihintay na mabigyan ng grant, so kung hindi maibibigay sa amin itong, hindi namin sila maisasali para sa 2021,” saad ni Relova.

Samantala, tanong naman ni Bayan Muna Rep. Carlos Isagani Zarate sa DSWD, bakit kailangan pang mailagay sa waitlist ang mga senior citizen para lang makakuha ng pensyon ganoong marami namang pondo na maaaring i-re-align upang mapakinabangan ng mga nakatatanda.

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Taiwan listed 164 close contacts of 6 OFWs who came positive of COVID-19 in the Philippines


Taiwan listed 164 persons who came into close contact with the six overseas Filipino workers (OFW) who were infected with COVID-19 after areival and swab testing in the Philippines according to Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) on Thursday (Sept. 17).


Majority of the close close contacts are factory co-workers of the OFWs, 113 people were initially listed but added additional 49 after additional contact tracing is done.

Any person with symptoms who came into contact with a case two days before their departure or the onset of symptoms will be tested for the virus and told to undergo screening for the virus and home isolation, said Chuang, CECC Spokesman Chuang Jen-hsiang said.

The six OFWs were five women and one man and ranged in age between their 20s and 40s where they worked as domestic caregivers, factory employees, and fishery workers. 

Taiwan was notified about four of the cases via the Philippines' World Health Organization's National IHR Focal Point, while the two others were reported to the CECC by Taiwanese companies, in a report by Taiwan News.

Taiwan clarified that those exported cases are treated and investigated like local case. 
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Patay ang isang OFW sa Taiwan matapos maaksidente habang naka E-Bike


Patay ang isang overseas Filipino worker (OFW) ng maaksidente ito habang nagmamaneho ng E-bike sa Taiwan. Napagalaman na si Kekit Nobabaram (pangalan sa facebook).


May mga OFWs talaga na gumagamit ng E-bike, ang iba ginagamit kapag pumapasok at ang iba naman ginagamit sa pamamasyal. Matutong sumunod sa batas trapiko.

Tingnan ang post:


Patuloy sa ngayon ang imbestigasyon ng mga pulis sa aksidente.

Pinagiingat ang lahat ng nagmamaneho ng e-bike at magsuot ng maayos na protective gear. Hindi biro ang makipagsapalaran sa ibang bansa.

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Taiwan Jobs: Tyntek Corporation now hiring female factory workers


Summary:
Company: Tyntek Corporation
Location: Miaoli, Taiwan
Job Position: Production Workers / Factory Workers
Salary: NT$23,800 (P40,000) + OT


Recruitment Agency:
Sky Bourne International agency located at 1679 Dian St., Brgy San Isidro, Makati City, Metro Manila

Qualifications:
- Female applicants
- 20 to 35 yrs old 
- at least vocational graduate (2yrs in college)
- 155cm above in height
- weight proportional to height
- no tattoo, not colorblind, No left handed 
- accept First Timers, Ex-Taiwan and  Ex-Abroad 
- with or Without work experience

About Tyntek Corporation:

The company provides semiconductor components, including visible light emitting diode (LED) products, infrared LED products and opto-telecommunication products; silicon components, including photo transistors (PTs) and photo diodes (PDs), as well as wireless products.

*This site is not a recruitment agency nor agent, to apply please visit above mentioned recruitment agency.
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Batang lalaki, naulila sa parehong magulang sa murang edad


Maagang naulila sa magulang ang batang lalaki na si Baby Macky matapos mamayapa ng kaniyang ama at ina ngayong taon 2020.


Base post kay Hyanizha, isang netizen na nagbahagi ng kwento, unang pumanaw ang kaniyang ina na si Mailyn Sabandea noong Enero ngayong taon dahil sa kidney failure.

Makalipas ang walong buwan, Setyembre, sumunod naman ang kaniyang ama na si Mark Anthony Sandoval sa parehong karamdaman.

"Unang kinuha ni God ang kanyang ina na si Mailyn Sabandea (January 2020) at ngayong buwan naman (September 2020) ay ang kanyang ama na si Mark Anthony Cabagnan Sandoval," sabi ni Hyanizha sa kaniyang Facebook post.

Kasalukuyan ngayong nasa pangangalaga ng kamag-anak si Baby Mark ngunit nangangailangan pa rin ito ng tulong pinansyal para sa personal na pangangailan ng bata.
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DSWD, nangako ng mas maayos na distribusyon ng ayuda sa SAP 3


Dahil sa hawak na validated list ng mga benepisyaryo ng financial assistance, nangako ang Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) ng mas maayos na implementasyon ng 3rd tranche ng Social Amelioration Program (SAP).


“May Listahan na tayo ng mga benepisyaro ng SAP na sumailalim sa balidasyon, natitiyak na mas mabilis na ang pagbabahagi ng ayuda. Ang pagkakaroon ng komprehensibo at updated na database ay nakakasiguro sa tamang pagtukoy ng mga tatanggap ng ayuda," sabi ni DSWD Secretary Rolando Bautista sa uSAP Tayo conference, Martes (Septyembre 15).

Inilabas ni Bautista ang anunsyong ito matapos pirmahan ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte ang Bayanihan to Recover as One Act noong Septyembre 11, na layong magbigay ng PHP165.5-billion pondo sa bansa bilang pagtugon sa pinsalang dulot ng pandemya.

Dagdag ni Bautista, hindi magkakaroon ng pagkakaiba sa alokasyon ng ayuda sa Bayanihan 2, liban na lamang sa mas pinabuting sistema sa pamamahagi ng cash aid.

“Tulad ng Bayanihan 1, layunin ng Bayanihan 2 upang mabasawan ang epekto ng Covid19 sa socioeconomic well-being ng mga Filipino na apektado ng crisis," pagpapatuloy niya.
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