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Imahe ng Sto. Nino, natanaw sa kalangitan ng Bohol


 

Marami ang namangha at nabuhayan nang magmistulang imahe ng Sto. Nino ang mga ulap sa probinsiya ng Bohol.


Ayon sa nagbahagi ng mga larawan sa social media, nakunan daw ang mga litrato ng imahe ng Sto. Nino Tungod Inabanga, Bohol.


 Kahit pa may iilan na nagsasabi na ordinaryong ulap lang ito, marami ang naniniwala na ito ay magandang senyales na malapit ng matapos ang kinakaharap na pandemya ng buong mundo.


Paniniwala pa ng ibang nakasaksi, ang pagpapakita ng imahe ay nagbibigay pag-asa at dahilan upang magpatuloy sa kabila ng mga hamon sa buhay.

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Lalaking sangkot sa pagnanakaw sa ilang mga simbahan, arestado


 

Arestado ang isang lalaki matapos mahuli sa CCTV ang kaniyang pagnanakaw sa isang simbahan sa San Juan City noong Agosto 28.


Sa social media post ng pari ng Sanctuario del Sto. Cristo, makikitang nagdasal muna ang lalaki bago gawin ang masamang balak.


Pagkatapos magdasal ay nagtungo ito sa altar dala ang isang asul na eco bag at saka rin ito dali-daling umalis.


Ayon sa Pari, tinangay ng lalaki ang tv monitor ng simbahan na ginagamit para sa kanilang online mass.


Ang lalaki ay naaktuhan din ng pagnanakaw sa Holy Family Parish Church noong Septyembre 2 at sa Our Lady of Mercy Shrine noon namang Septyembre 17 sa Novaliches, Quezon City.


Kinilala ang suspek bilang si Orleans Victorio. Nahaharap ngayon ito sa kasong theft matapos magsampa ng reklamo ng mga kawani ng simbahan na kaniyang nabiktima.

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Nine dead after family eats noodles stocked in freezer for 1 year


 

A supposed to be blissful family gathering became a tragedy after nine of the family of twelve died because of the noodles that was stocked for almost one year in the freezer.


According to reports, the incident happened in NorthEast China. A family ate a corn noodle soup that they prepared using the noodles that was stored in the freezer.


After a few hours of eating, nine members of the family began feeling sick and eventually died due to food poisoning. The three kids who did not eat the food are the only one who survive.


Based on the investigation of the police, no foul play is suspected. it is only believed that the  family did not think the food would go bad because they put this in the fridge.


With this, the provincial health commision advises everyone to stop eating foods that were left in the fridge for over a week and immediatley discard those that were stored for nearly a year.

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Ina, maga ang mukha matapos hatawin ng tabla ng sariling anak


 

Trending ngayon sa social media ang larawan ng isang ina mula sa Lal-lo, Cagayan dahil umano nakaranas ito ng pananakit sa kamay ng sariling anak.


Sa mga larawan, kita ang pamamaga ng mukha ng biktima habang umiiyak sa sakit na sinapit sa anak.


Ayon sa ulat, isang Marlon Siriban Jr.  ang walang awang  pumalo ng tabla sa biktima hanggang sa ito ay masira.


Nanawagan ngayon ang mga kapatid at iba pang kamah-anak ng biktima sa awtoridad nang sa gayon ay madakip at managot ang mapang-abusong anak.


Labis naman ngayon ang galit ng madla sa kawalanghiyaang ginawa ng suspek sa sariling ina.

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Taiwan Hiring: Canon now hiring factory workers | Accept High School Graduates


 

Summary:

Company: Canon Incorporated

Products: Camera 

Location: Taichung / Chiayi

Agency: MIP International Manpower Services 


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About Canon:

Canon introduces manufacturing specialize in high end cameras and provides clients in Taiwan with means to produce high-tech products, supplies all-around services, and promotes productivity.


Canon is located at Taichung, Taiwan and Dapumei Precision Machinery Park, Dapumei, Chiayi County, Taiwan


*This site is not a recruitment agency nor agent

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Woman dies after falling from Maokong Gondola cable car station

A woman died after falling from the Taipei Zoo Station of the Maokong Gondola line on weekend of Saturday morning.


According to the Taipei City Fire Department, it received an emergency call at around 11:48 a.m. that a woman had fallen off from the fourth floor of the cable car station. 


Emergency workers who arrived at the scene said the 38-year old woman surnamed Lee (李) showed no signs of life, but she was still rushed to the nearby Taipei Municipal Wanfang Hospital.


She was later pronounced dead at 12:52 p.m. Police said they are still investigating the cause of the incident. They have only found her bag, which helped authorities identify the victim.


Chao Tsung-wei, a Maokong Gondola official, said it was not immediately known why Lee went to the fourth-floor platform in the back of the building where her bag was found because gondola passengers do not go past there to board the cable cars.


No surveillance cameras were installed in the area where the fall took place, and there was no suicide letter left behind, Chao said. -Central News Agnecy

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Singil na P20,000 para sa mabilis na COVID test sa mga umuuwing OFW, inalmahan!


 

Mga umuuwing overseas Filipinos ay sinisingil umano ng P20,000 para sa mas mabilis na COVID-19 test result ayon kay Senator Richard Gordon na chairman din ng Philippine Red Cross (PRC).


Non-government organization (NGO) ay nagtayo ng mga testing booths sa mga airport para sa testing mga mga overseas Filipino workers (OFW) at iba pang mga air passengers.


"Sa airport, wala kaming pwesto dun, hanggang four days ago naglagay na ako ng pwesto, nakiusap na ako dahil umaangal na lahat yung mga OFW at mga pasahero," ayon kay Gordon.


"Dinadala sila doon sa linya, [sinisingil] ng P10,000 kada test. Yung iba P7,000. Kung gusto mo mabilis, P10,000. Kung gusto mo pinakamabilis, P20,000," dagdag niya.


"Yan ang tinitingnan natin, talagang may nagsasamantala," ayon sa Sendor. "Gusto kong imbestigahan ito."


Naniniwala si Gordon na dinadala ang mga pasahero sa mga testing booths na ito para sa mataas na singil.


Kasalukuyang itinigil ng PRC ang COVID test dahil sa utang ng Philhealth na halos umabot na ng P1-Billion.

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Taiwan-based Din Tai Fung offers ready to cook "xiao long bao" in select supermarkets in PH

Popular Taiwanese restaurant Din Tai Fung announced that their famous pork xiao long bao is now available in frozen packs at select SM Supermarket and Savemore branches.


Each pack contains 12 pieces of frozen pork xiao long bao that costS P375. Prices may vary per supermarket.


Other frozen Din Tai Fung items⁣ such as their shrimp & pork wontons, sweet & sour pork, and fried pork chop have been available


Packs of cook-to-eat pork xiaolongbao are now available at SM Supermarkets and Savemore located in SM Aura Premier⁣, SM Makati⁣, SM Southmall⁣, SM North EDSA⁣,  SM Fairview⁣, SM Megamall, The Podium, and in Savemore outlets in SM Light Mall⁣, Acacia Estates⁣ and Festival Mall⁣.

 

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Gretchen Ho , gives bike, groceries to streetsweeper in Quezon City


 

Through her  "Donate a Bike, Save a Job" campaign, Gretchen Ho gives a streetsweeper in Cubao, Quezon City a folding bike, groceries and even some appliances with the help of other concerned netizens.


In Ho's Instagram post, she shared that her recipient is "Tatay Bong" who has three kids living in a small house without water and electricity for how many years.


 “Sa madilim na sulok na ito sa Cubao nakatira ang streetsweeper na si Tatay Bong at ang kanyang mga anak. Ilang taon na rin silang walang kuryente at tubig," said Gretchen.


She added that despite of poverty, Tatay Bong's kids continue to study at night using the street light post near their home.


Because of this, Ho, through the help of other netizens gave the streetsweeper a folding bike, solar lights, electric fan, and a gas stove.


Tatay Bong was very happy and blisfully shared that he will use the bike to sell fishballs so he can also take care of his kids.

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OFW, 'di pa rin makauwi sa pamilya dahil stranded sa quarantine facility sa Pinas


 

Sa libo-libong overseas Filipino worker na umuwi ng Pilipinas, isa si Darwin Ramirez sa mga stranded ngayon sa mga quarantine facility dahil sa tagal ng resulta ng kanilang COVID-19 test result.


Sa ulat ng GMA News "Unang Balita" sinabi ni Ramirez na halos mawalan na sila ng pag-asa dahil wala man lamang silang makuhang sagot kung kailan ba lalabas ang resulta ng kanilang test.


Aniya, tinawagan na nila ang Bureau of Quarantine para alamin ang resulta ng kaniyang COVID-19 test pero hindi raw matukoy kung saan laboratoryo ito naipadala.


"We feel so helpless talaga. Wala kang matawagan, wala kang matanungan. May mapagtanungan ka man, wala naman maisagot," lahad ni Ramirez.


Ang BoQ ang naglalabas ng COVID-19 test result ng mga OFW na umuuwi ng bansa. Bago tuluyang makauwi ang mga OFW sa kanilang pamilya dapat na magnegatibo muna sila sa test.

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Taiwan lists over 51,000 undocumented migrant workers, seeks practical solution over the issue

 

Taiwan promised to come up with practical solutions for the high number of unaccounted-for migrant workers in the country.


There are 51,087 undocumented foreign workers currently overstaying their visas in Taiwan, according to Ministry of the Interior statistics.


The authorities are currently deliberating about an adjustment but that the Cabinet has the final say, Minister of Labor Hsu Ming-chun said.


She said the problem with a shortened waiting period is that the number of foreign workers will skyrocket if cases of migrant workers absconding from their jobs continue at the current rate.


Additionally, Taiwan's Deputy Interior Minister Chiu Chang-yueh also proposed raising the minimum wage for migrant workers and allowing them to change employers freely to lower the chance of them running away. (Photo by CNA)


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Waiter who is being mocked, gets his revenge by building his dream house


 

After being a waiter since 2012, Jhay Suarez Tuyor finally reached his success and was able to build his dream house and prove everyone wrong.


Tuyor reminisce how many of the people used to mocked him just because he works as a waiter.


According to him, many look down on his job as if he was doing something illegal.


Some would even tell him “Waiter ka lang pala? Waiter ka lang pala, oh mag praktis kana mag bugaw ng langaw dito sa hapag kainan."


Even though he feels hurt, he simply ignore what other people say about his job for he know that there is nothing that he can do to change their mind.


Until one day, he blissfully shared his dream house that he was able to build by "just being a waiter."


With this, Tuyor just prove that success do not lies on what type of job the person has but on determination and effort they exert.

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Pinoy good samaritan sa Taoyuan binalik ang bag na napulot na may laman din na cash

Isang Filipino good samaritan ang nagbalik ng isang bag na may laman na mga kagamitan at wallet na may cash. Natukoy naman ang mayari ng bag gamit ang mga identification card nito.


Napagalman na si kabayan Baste Sebastian ang good samaritan. Salute kay kuya Baste sa pagiging honest niya at pinatunayn na hindi lahat ng Pilipino ay masama.


Tingnan ang post mula kay Jerry Yang:



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Ina sumulat sa DepEd; nakiusap na bawasan ang aralin ng mga estudyante


 

Magbuhat noong magsimula ang klase noong Oktubre 5, hindi maikakaila ang hirap na dinaranas ngayon hindi lamang ng mga estudyante kung hindi pati ng mga magulang.


Kaya naman, sa pamamagitan ng isang facebook post ay sumulat ang inang si Teejay Marquez Jimenez upang makapaglabas ng saloobin sa Kagawaran ng Edukasyon.


Sa open letter ni Jimenez, sinabi niya na nagpapasalamat siya sa Department of Education (DepEd) dahil sa kanilang pagsusumikap upang makahanap ng paraan para maipagpatuloy ang pag-aaral ng mga estudyante.


Subalit sa pagpapatuloy ng kaniyang post, aniya makalipas lamang ang isang linggo ay naramdaman na niya kung gaano kahirap ang kanilang sitwasyon.


Kaya naman, dulog niya sa DepEd sana ay bawasan nito ang mga ibinibigay na aralin sa mga estudyante at bigyan sila ng sapat na panahon upang matapos ang lahat ng gawain.


"Amin lang po sanang hiling ay bawasan ang napakaraming "learning task" na kailangang sagutan ng mga bata at hapitin ang isang linggong deadline," saad ni Jimenez.


Wala pang tugon ang DepEd dito, ngunit sa kasalukuyan umabot na sa 19k reactions at 27k shares ang post ni Jimenez.

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Taipei honors 2 Filipino workers as Outstanding Migrant Workers

Two overseas Filipino workers were honored in Taiwan during the annual search for Outstanding Migrant Workers by the Taipei City’s Labor Affairs Department, the Philippine Overseas Labor Office in Taiwan reported.


The OFWs joined hundreds of model and outstanding Taiwanese workers and labor unions who were conferred with similar distinction in the Taiwan capital recently.


Evelyn G. Kaguitla, a factory worker, and Amelia A. Comilang, a careworker, were given the citation by Taipei City Mayor Hou You-Yi during the Taipei annual recognition ceremony for exemplary workers.


The Pinay workers, along with other winners, were hailed “for their dedication and hard work despite the COVID-19 outbreak” during the awarding ceremony that highlighted the City’s Labor Day celebration with the theme “Making the Workplace Safer for Laborers.”


The two outstanding Pinay migrant workers received a trophy and cash prize of NT2,000 from the Taipei City Mayor.


Hou congratulated Kaguitla and Comilang, and the other awardees composed of seven Taipei City model workers, 191 outstanding workers, 11 outstanding general affairs personnel of unions, and 63 outstanding unions.


The Outstanding Migrant Worker Award is an annual ceremony of the New Taipei City Labor Affairs Department that honors legal foreign workers who have worked for at least one year in the city.


Taipei City, which has the biggest number of workers in Taiwan, considers these workers as “very important to the society regardless of which industries they came from and are the foundation of development by providing all kinds of essential services.”


Kaguitla, a factory worker in Taiwan for four years, was chosen for her good working attitude and for “extending help to those who are in need.”  She served as a trainer in the various training programs of her company and initiated quality reforms in her company’s production line.


Comilang, a careworker, was honored for her patience and caring skills. She takes care of her employer’s grandmother who is suffering from dementia.


“She is kind and hardworking that is why all members of the family, neighbors, and friends like her,” POLO Taipei said. -POLO Taipei/GSR

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Haze hits Taiwan over the weekend, poor air quality may reach unhealthy level

Air quality in southern Taiwan is expected to reach an unhealthy level for sensitive groups over the weekend, as the first wave of air pollutants from overseas since the autumn arrives with seasonal northeasterly winds, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).


Several locations in western Taiwan saw the air quality index change to "moderate" on Friday from "good" a day earlier, according to the EPA's air quality monitoring website.


Two locations on the northern coast of Taiwan -- Wanli and Fuguei Cape -- recorded the highest density of fine particulate matter, which reached unhealthy levels Friday morning, the EPA pointed out.


Meanwhile, air quality in Kaohsiung began to deteriorate in the late afternoon, with readings at three locations in the southern city hitting an unhealthy level for sensitive groups after being moderate at 6 p.m., the website showed.


According to the EPA's forecast released at 4:30 p.m., Kaohsiung and Pingtung are flashing an orange warning for unhealthy levels of air quality through Sunday, because of the accumulation of air pollutants.


The rest of western Taiwan is expected to see moderate air quality, with conditions in northern Taiwan set to improve to "good" on Sunday. In eastern parts of the country, air quality will be good throughout the weekend, the forecast showed. - Central News Agency

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COVID-19 test sa mga OFW mula sa mga low-risk na mga bansa, hindi na kailangan -DOH

Overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) mula sa mga low-risk COVID-19 countries na may low to medium prevalence ng coronavirus cases ay hindi na kailangang sumailalim sa COVID-19 test ayon sa Department of Health.


Asymptomatic OFWs ay maaari ng umuwi sa kanilang mga probinsya na may kasamang minimum public health standards.


“But whatever the local governments would require for them to enter into their province, they have to comply,” ayon kay Health Undersecretary Maria Rosario Vergeire sa isang virtual press briefing.


Ang mga uuwing may symptoms mula sa mga low-risk countries lamang ang dadaan sa testing alinsunod sa Omnibus Guidelines for Prevention, Detection, Isolation, Treatment and Reintegration Strategies for COVID-19.


“We are rationalizing actually not just the resources but also protocols that we do. If you would notice in the previous protocol that we have, we would be testing OFWs when they arrive. Once they test negative, we send them to their provinces,” dagdag ng ni Vergeire.


“Once they arrive in their provinces, they get to be tested again. They get to be quarantined again. So we are just rationalizing the protocols.”

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Pinay domestic helper sa Hong Kong, kulong matapos magnakaw ng HK$300

Isang 30-year old na Filipina domestic helper sa Hong Kong ay nasintensyahan ng dalawang buwan na pagkakakulong matapos magnakaw ng HK$300 sa kanyang employer.


Pleaded guilty ang Pinay OFW (may apelyidong Smith) na may kasong theft na isinampa sa kanya ng Magistrate Bina Chainrai at the Eastern Courts ng Hong Kong.


Nagreport ang kanyng employer sa mga pulis matapos tatlo sa labing isang HK$ banknotes ay nawawala sa wallet nito at nakita ito sa wallet ni Smith.


Ayon review ng closed-circuit (CCTV) footage ng mga pulis, nakita sa video na kinuha nga ni Smith ang tatlong HK$100 sa wallet ng kanyang employer.


Ayon sa litigator ng Pinay OFW, nagawa niya ito dahil sa sobrang nangailangan ng pera dahil ilalagau sa therapy ang kanyang anak matapos ng pinagdaanang physical abuse sa nakababatng kapatid nito.


Nagrequest na ng leniency para makauwi na ng Pilipinas sa lalong madaling panahon. 


(Photo use for illustative purposes only, photo by Bloomberg)

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Uuwing OFW na ang magbabayad ng swab test mula sa private labs, free pa rin ang sa government labs

 


Narito ang mga SWABBING STATIONS na maaari mong pagpilian sa One-Stop Shops ng Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA):


PRIVATE LABORATORIES

- Result in 2 days = ₱ 4,000

- Result in 1 day = ₱ 7,000 

- Result in 12 hours = ₱ 10,000


PHILIPPINE RED CROSS

- Result in 2 to 3 days

- For OFW = ₱ 3,500

- For Non-OFW = ₱ 4,000 


GOVERNMENT LABORATORIES

- Result in minimum of 5 days

- Free of charge 


Ang One-Stop Shops sa NAIA ay tulung-tulong na pinangangasiwaan ng DOTr, DOT, DSWD, PCG, MARINA, OTS, MIAA, OWWA, DFA, PNP, at BOQ para masiguro ang kaligtasan ng mga returning overseas Filipino at kanilang mga pamilya sa kasagsagan ng pandemya. 


Nagdagdag naman ang Philippine Coast Guard ng frontline personnel sa NAIA para lubos na maserbisyuhan ang mga Pinoy na umuuwi ng bansa. 


 “Noong bumalik sa manual operations na katulad nung unang buwan ng lockdown pagdating sa airport imbes na fini-fill-upan sa website ng Red Cross, ngayon ini-interview natin isa isa ang mga OFW at kinukuhanan ng backgound,” ayon kay Commodore Armand Balilo, Coast Guard spokesman.


“The returning overseas Filipinos will then be subjected to swabbing. Before we used barcodes to mark the specimen but now we manually write their name and the date on it. And that’s the reason why the procedure takes four to five days,” he added.

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OFW in Changhua used a knife to snatch and grabs more than NT$10,000 in a supermarket


A Filipino migrant worker who was suspected of lack of money to spend, went to a supermarket to grabs more than NT$10,000 with a knife.


After the robbery, he changed his clothes and covered his head with clothes to avoid the monitor. However, he forgot to cover his face during the robbery and was photographed by the monitor, the police immediately arrested the migrant worker.


The police said: "He wears a mask." At two o'clock in the morning, he was wearing a black jacket and trousers while looking around the supermarket. After confirming that there were no other customers in the supermarket, he took a fruit knife into the supermarket.  


He ran away while changing his trousers into shorts and after taking off his coat, he used clothes to cover head and hide in the construction site.


Back to the dormitory in Fangyuan, Changhua County, he deliberately ran and spent more than 1,600 yuan in fare, plus cross-dressing, thinking that he could evade investigation, but forgot that his face was not covered.


Police investigation said that the Filipino is working in a textile factory. It was suspected of lack of money to spend, so he went to a supermarket to snatch it when he was on vacation. After the investigation, he was transferred to justice for the crime of robbery.

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Over 4,000 OFW stranded due to COVID-19 test delays caused by issue between Philhealth and PH Red Cross

 


Over 4,000 Overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) are staranded in Metro Manila bearing the brunt of the payment issues between the Philippine Red Cross (PRC) and the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth).


Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III cited the issue involving the Philippine Red Cross and Philhealth as reason for this.


"That's our problem in terms of expenses and in terms of taking care of our OFWs," Bello said. "The sooner this issue of payment is resolved, the better for our OFWs, better for the finances of our government."


“That is now a problem. They are staying longer.  Before they stayed only (for) as long 3 to 4 days now they are staying beyond one week. That’s our problem in terms of expenses and in terms of taking care of our OFWs,” he said.


Red Cross said it will not resume conducting COVID-19 tests chargeable to PhilHealth unless the state insurance agency pays its overdue balance of P930.99 million. 

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People with blood type O may have lower risk of COVID-19 infection based on two new studies


 

People with blood type O may be less infected to COVID-19 and have a reduced likelihood of getting severely ill, according to two new published studies.


The research provides further evidence that blood type may play a role in a person's susceptibility to infection. The global biomedical research community is working urgently to identify coronavirus risk factors and potential therapeutic targets. 


The potential role of blood type in predicting risk and complications of COVID-19 infection has emerged as an important scientific question.


Blood type O may offer some protection against COVID-19 infection, according to the study . 


Researchers compared Danish health data from more than 473,000 individuals tested for COVID-19 to data from a control group of more than 2.2 million people from the general population. 


Among the COVID-19 positive, they found fewer people with blood type O and more people with A, B, and AB types.


“It is very important to consider the proper control group because blood type prevalence may vary considerably in different ethnic groups and different countries,” said study author Torben Barington, MD, of Odense University Hospital and the University of Southern Denmark.


Meanwhile, more experts suggests more reaseach to the study.

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2 illegal recruiter of OFWs face 20 years in jails, almost P300-million in placement fees collected


 

A regional trial court has sentenced two women to 20 years in prison after being found guilty of illegal recruitment.


Branch 19 of the Manila Regional Trial Court convicted Yvette Valdez and Anneli Taytay of illegal recruitment by engaging in the processing and deployment of two overseas Filipino workers (OFW) without proper authorization from the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA).


One complainant accused Valdez of collecting P150,000 from her account for the documentation and processing of her documents as worker in New Zealand, which did not actually take place.


The other complainant also accused Valdez, together with Taytay, of collecting P200,000 placement fee for his alleged deployment as a dairy farm worker in New Zealand, which also did not happen.


Both the accused failed to reimburse the expenses of the complainants in connection with their promised deployment.


Aside from the penalty of 20 years in prison, the court has ordered Valdez to pay a fine of P2 million and P150,000 to one complainant as actual damages.


In a separate case, the two women were also directed to pay a fine of P2 million and to pay jointly the other complainant the amount of P200,000 as actual damages. -POEA

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Direct Hiring: BenQ now hiring factory workers with expiring contracts directly in Taiwan


 

BenQ Corporation now directly hiring production operators with expiring contracts until December 2020, also accepts layoff applicants.


The company / broker accepts applicants with expiring contracts until December 2020. To inquire and apply, send message together with updated resume directly to Allan Wu.


Check below post from Allan Wu:



Company Overview:

Standing for “Bringing Enjoyment ‘N’ Quality to Life”, the BenQ brand continues to involve in the areas of life that matter most to people – that  have the greatest impact on the enjoyment and quality of LIFE today.


Located at No. 12, Jihu Road, Neihu District, Taipei City, Taiwan. Products include Monitors (DesignVue, PhotoVue, VideoVue), Projectors (CinePro, CinePrime, CineHome) Lightings, Speakers.


*This site is not a recruitment agency nor agent

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VP Robredo, prays for Pres. Duterte despite political clash


 Vice President Leni Robredo said on Monday that she prays for President Rodrigo Duterte amid the coronavirus pandemic in an interview in G3 San Diego over instagram.


"Yes, Always, I always pray for him beacuse his success is success for our country," Robredo said.


Robredo constantly prays for wisdom for Duterte, "Iyong parati ko hinihingi wisdom para sa presidente, na gabayan siya, bigyan siyabng wisdom para makapagdesisyon ng maayos ng maayos."


The country’s top two leaders have repeatedly clashed over the government’s supposed inadequate COVID-19 response.


Robredo has openly criticized the administration’s mishandling of the health crisis, citing the dearth of a cohesive plan, poor contract tracing, and other missteps that resulted within the Philippines having the foremost number of COVID-19 cases among Southeast Asian countries. 


Duterte asked her “not to feature fuel to the fire” because it would result in the destruction of the government, but Robredo said it's her duty as a Filipino to call out the lapses to boost the government’s COVID-19 response.

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4 na magpipinsan tinamaan ng kidlat sa dalampasigan; 3 patay, 1 sugatan


 

Ang masaya sanang pamamasyal nauwi sa madilim na trahedya matapos tamaan ng kidlat ang apat na magpipinsan sa San Fernando City, La Union.

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Sa ulat ng GMA Regional TV "Balitang Amianan" nitong Lunes (Oktubre 12), napag-alaman na namamasyal sa tabing dagat ang magpipinsang Eunizer Apayo, Tristan Apayo, Rhian de Guzman, mga menor de edad, at 21-anyos na si Patrick de Guzman.


Habang naglalakad ay bigla umanong umulan at saka  tinamaan ang magpipinsan ng matalas na kidlat.


Agad naman naisugod sa ospital ang apat ngunit sa kasamaang palad tuluyang nasawi sina Eunizer, Tristan, at Rhian habang nagpapagaling naman si Patrick.


Pakiusap ng baranggay sa mga resident, manatili na lamang sa loob ng tahanan  lalo na ngayong masungit ang panahon at may pandemya.

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Direct Hiring: EasyPack Enterprise (Food Industry) accepting transfer and layoff applicants


EastPack Entrprise now directly hiring production operators with expiring contracts until December 2020, also accepts layoff applicants.


The company / broker accepts applicants with expiring contracts until December 2020. To inquire and apply, send message together with updated resume directly to Allan Wu.


Check below post from Allan Wu:



About EasyPack:


EasyPack Enterprise was founded in 2009. The company is mainly engaged in the manufacturing of various vacuum formed packaging products. Since the founding of the company, the business had expanded globally. 


The company has developed strong partnerships with every client and suppliers. The excellent quality has earned it the recognition of foreign clients worldwide, making the company stand out in this competitive industry.


*This site is not a recruitment agency nor agent 

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Taiwan Jobs: Dynacard Co Ltd now hiring factory workers via Grand Placement agency


 

Summary:

Company: Dynacard Co Ltd

Location: Taoyuan, Taiwan

Recruitment Agency: Grand Placement & General Service Corp

Agency Address: 1636 F. Agoncillo St. Malate, Manila 1004


QUALIFICATIONS:

· Height:  150CM and above    

· Weight:  40 kg - 70 kg

· Education:  Vocational Grad or College Graduate of any Electronics related course (Must have copy of diploma)

· Work Experience:  Must have Electronics or Semiconductor Factory work experience

· Need to meet at least one of the conditions:

- Electronics or Semiconductor Production Working Experience 

- Graduate of Electronics Related Course 

- Candidate must be willing to work long hours in standing position wearing cleanroom suit

 - Strictly No Tattoo  

 - No Colorblind 

 - No late registered (from age 20 years old and above) 

 

Apply Online:

EMAIL the following documents to recruit2@grandplacement.com

Valid Passport, Updated Resume with photo, diploma, birth certificate, UMID / SSS Certificate, Voters ID / Voters Registration, PEOS Certificate, POEA E-Registration & Employment Certificate.


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1. Indicate DYNACARD as your subject in the email when sending your resume to us.

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DepEd, nagpapaalala na huwag tambakan ng gawain ang mga estudyante


Huwag tambakan ng gawain ang mga estudyante ang paalala ng Department of Education (DepEd) sa mga guro ngayong "blended learning" ang paraan ng pagtuturo bunsod ng pandemya.


Ayon kay DepEd Undersecretary Diosdado San Antonio nitong Lunes (Oktubre 13), nauunawaan daw niya ang sitwasyon ng mga estudyante sa bagong pamamaraan ng pagtuturo kung kaya nararapat na tantsahin lamang ang pagbibigay ng gawain.


“Nauunawaan po natin ‘yan [sobrang aralin]. Magre-remind po tayo officially na kailangan yatang mag-synchronize. Meron na po kaming suggestion sa kapag homework na hindi sabay-sabay na mayroon,” saad ni San Antonio.


“Tantsahin lang,” dagdag niya.


Nararapat din daw na bigyan ng makatarungan na deadline ang mga mag-aaral nang sa gayon ay magkaroon sila ng sapat na oras upang gawin at tapusin ang kanilang mga gawain.


Nito lamang Oktubre 5 nagbukas ang klase sa mga pampublikong paaralan. Kabilang sa mga pamamaraan ng pagtuturo ay ang paggamit ng broadcast media, online at self-learning modules.

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Hotel in Kaohsiung violates health safety by mixing quarantining individuals with regular guests


 

The known Jen Dow International Hotel located in Southern Taiwan's Kaohsiung has violated COVID-19 health and safety protocols by accommodating 35 guests undergoing their quarantine with their regular guests.


The hotel was accepting guests who had recently returned from abroad and were undergoing their 14-day quarantine, the Kaohsiung Health Department said. 35 recent arrivals were spread out on different floors in rooms adjacent to those occupied by normal guests.


It is not a government-certified place of lodging for quarantining individuals and that its violation has clearly raised the risk of the coronavirus spreading.


The hotel was in violation of the Communicable Disease Control Act and will receive fines between NT$3,000 and NT$15,000, according to the health department.


Meanwhile, it said the 35 quarantined guests will be transferred to officially designated locations to complete their isolation.


Jen Dow International Hotel sits right at the intersection of Jiouru 1st Road and Dachang 2nd Road in downtown Kaohsiung. 

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Taiwan City mayors to discuss a possibility of MRT line between Taipei and Keelung




Mayors from Taipei, New Taipei City and Keelung today to discuss the possibility of upgrading a proposed light rail system for Keelung to connect it with a Taipei MRT line according to Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC).


Keelung City Government have since 2017 been planning to build a light rail system to connect the city to Taipei via New Taipei City.


"In the past, we mainly talked about the light rail system as a point-to-point transport system. We would now re-evaluate the system from the perspective of spatial planning and would propose to upgrade it to an MRT line, making it part of the railway network surrounding the nation’s capital,” Minister Lin Chia-Lung said.


An MRT line between the two cities will boost the development of Keelung, the benefits of an MRT line would be far greater than those of a light rail system.


Additionally, Lin said the ministry has submitted to the Executive Yuan its master plan for an electrified dual-track railway line between Hualien and Taitung.

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Teenager sa Italya, tinatawag ng 'Blessed' ng simbahang Katolika



Naganap na ang "beatification" ng 15-anyos  na si Carlo  Acutis noong Sabado (Oktubre 10), sa Assisi Italy at ngayon ay tinatawag ng "blessed."


Isinagawa ang bitipikasyon sa Basilica of San Francesco sa pangunguna ni Cardinal Agostini Vallini.


Dumalo ang kaniyang mga magulang sa selebrasyon kasama ang mahigit 3,000 katao.


Nakatakda namang ganapin ang veneration sa Oktubre 17. Isang himala pa ang hinihintay upang tuluyang ng kilalanin bilang Santo ang binata.


Noong nabubuhay si Acutis, ginamit niya ang kaniyang computer skills upang magsaliksik ng  Eucharistic miracles at upang ibahagi sa nakararami ang kaniyang mga natuklasan.


Noong 2013, napaulat na isang batang Brazilian ang himalanb gumaling mula sa congenital anatomic anomaly of the pancreas dahil umano kay Acutis.

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'Batas ay batas': DILG ipinadadampot na ang mga namamalimos sa klaye


Ipinag-utos na ng Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) sa pulisya, mga tauhan ng barangay, at Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) na mas paigtingan na ang pagbabawas sa mga taong palaboy-laboy sa kalsada.


Ayon kay DILG Undersecretary Martin Diño noong Linggo (Oktubre 11), dapat lang na hulihin ang mga pulubi sa kalsada dahil sa posibilidad na sila pa mismo ang nagkakalat ng virus na nagdudulot ng COVID-19.


"Batas ay batas. Dapat iyan hinuhuli ng mga pulis, dapat dinadala sa DSWD kasi baka hindi mo alam, baka ito na ’yung nagkakalat ng pandemya dahil unang-una, exposed ito," sabi ni Diño.


"Hindi porke mahirap ka, ikaw ay may lisensiya na kumatok at um-ano sa lahat ng mga ano," dagdag niya.


Paliwanag ni Diño, ang mga mahuhuli ng pulis at opisyal ng baranggay ay ipapasa sa DSWD na siyang may siya namang obligadong mangalaga sa kanila.

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