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Hiring Abroad: Company in Taiwan needs factory workers | Accepts High School Graduates


Summary:

Position: SMT operator

Salary: NT$24,000 + OT (P40,000+)

Agency: Jedegal International Manpower Services

Agency Address: G/F & 2/F Accent Tower Bldg. GP Shorthorn Bahay Toro Project 8, Quezon City, Metro Manila


Qualifications:

- Female

- 20 years old and above

- With or without experience

- Filipino

- Atleast High School Diploma and above


Requirements for factory workers:


*Passport (valid for 2 years)

*NBI Clearance (6 months validity/ Multi-Purpose Clearance)

*Picture (2x2 white background)

*Birth Certificate (from local civil registrar)

*Marriage Certificate (from local civil registrar)

*Diploma with Transcript of Records

*Voter's ID 

*UMID (Multi-purpose ID)

*PEOS Certificate

*E-Registration Services


Interested applicants must send CV and scanned copy of m documents to Jedegal's email: factory_workers@jedegal.com  


Applicants may also apply to Jedegal's website at https://www.jedegal.com.ph/apply-custom.php


*This site is not a recruitment agency nor agent, to apply please visit above mentioned recruitment agency or broker.




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ASE Kaohsiung set to hire more than 3,000 people for its new plant

The global demand for 5G and AI-enabled consumer-electronics semiconductors is on the rise, Advanced Semiconductor Engineering (ASE) one of Taiwan's leading integrated circuit (IC) manufacturer and packaging is expanding hiring in 2021.


Kaohsiung-based ASE is set to hire more than 3,000 people, including equipment engineers and technicians, for its new plant in 2021 driven by strong demand for 5G, mobile devices, and wireless internet connections.


ASE Technology has broken ground for a new smart plant in Kaohsiung, to be dedicated to advanced packaging processes, with annual production estimated at US$500 million, Digitimes reported.


Apart from ASE, TSMC, MediaTek, Phison are also said to be increasing their manpower in response to strong customer demand.

 

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Temperature in Taiwan may drop to 14 degrees by weekend

CWB mentioned that the latest model simulation shows that from the evening of the 27th to the 30th, more cold air will flow southward than the previous wave. There will be partial rain in the north and east half of the country on the windward side, and the north coast, northern mountains and northeast.


From the 28th to the 30th, there is a probability that the minimum temperature at the flat ground station will drop to 14, 15 degrees in the morning and at night.

 

CWB pointed out that this wave of cold air is slightly stronger than the previous wave, and northern Taiwan feels wet and cold.

 

There will be some short-term rain in the eastern half and there will be occasional chances of sporadic rain on the eastern side of Greater Taipei, temperatures in various places will rise slightly before dropping at 27th.

 

As of Nov 24th in the morning, the lowest temperature at the flat ground station was 17.5 degrees in Sanwan Township, Miaoli, and 17.6 degrees in Emei Township, Hsinchu.

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Arabian employer, eats with his Filipino housemaids in the same table


 An Arab employer’s was kind to his OFW employees and he ate with them at the same table and considering his OFW employees as a family.


Contrary to what we often hear about the cruelty of some Arab people, but this employer is considering his OFW employees as a family.


To be an OFW is very hard, tired, stressed and away to loved ones the most frequent felt by all OFWs just to get the family out of difficulties. Additionally, they are also facing dangers such as mistreatment of employers.


Even there are many news we received about the cruelties faced by OFWs in the hands of their employers, it is not quite fair that we blame all the judgment from the Arabs, because there are others who are kind and considered their kasambahays as a family members.


In a viral video shared by I Love Natividad on their Facebook page, some Filipina housemaids were happy eating with their boss, and its family. Seeing that they had fun while eating.


It will also notice in the video that the Pinay OFW’s are having fun and enjoying their job. There is no trace of sorrow seen in their faces. Their boss may be very kind to them, because they were eating at the same table and considered them as a family.


Lots of netizens amazed on the kindness of the Arab on his Pinay OFWs. Hopefully more employers will be same as him, and hopefully he will be blessed because of his kindness to the Pinay OFWs and some netizens also prayed that hopefully more OFWs will get luck, same as what we saw, to make things better while in their job abroad.

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Halos 320,000 OFWs ang narepatriate ng PH government ngayong panahon ng pandemic chiel


Umabot na sa humigit-kumulang 320,000 na returning overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) ang narepatriate ngayon panahon ng pandemic na naserbiayuhan ng iba't ibang ahensya ng gobyerno. 


Dagdag pa rito ang mahigit 75,000 ng returning non-OFWs na sumailalim rin sa health protocols at safety measures sa mga quarantine hotels, bago tuluyang makauwi sa kani-kanilang probinsya. 


“There is no stopping the government from extending the assistance to our dear OFWs. We have also enhanced our livelihood programs for the reintegration of our returning heroes,” ayon kay Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) Secretary Silvestre Bello III.


“We are glad to note that we have a very good recovery rate among our Covid-stricken OFWs,” dagdag niya.


Ang One-Stop Shop  sa NAIA ay tulung-tulong na pinangangasiwaan ng Department of Transportation (DOTr), Department of Tourism (DOT), Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), Philippine Coast Guard (PCG), Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA), Office for Transportation Security (OTS), Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA), Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA), Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA), Philippine National Police (PNP), at ng Bureau of Quarantine (BOQ).

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Costco Taiwan kicks off its week long Black Friday Sale as customers ready for frenzy shopping

Costco opened its annual Black Friday event in Taiwan in all of its 14 branches in the country. The event will run from November 23 until November 29.


The event, which sees massive discounts on select items. Usually the event starts after Thanksgiving holiday in the United States, since there were lots of shoppers, Costco Taiwan decided to make it a 7 day event.


The chain's various branches have this time set up pre-arranged parking lanes in an attempt to minimize traffic jams.


Costco branches are open from 9am onwards from Nov 23 to 26 and stores will open 8am onwards from Nov 27 to 29. Stores may allow customers to enter 10 minutes ahead of the scheduled opening times.


This will be the fourth annual "Black Shopping Festival" in Taiwan for Costco chain.



 

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'Mayaman ka naman': Vice Ganda, binabatikos dahil sa kaniyang fundraising campaign


Hindi nagustuhan ng ilang netizens ang paglulunsad ng fundraising campaign para sa mga biktima ng bagyong Ulysses ng komedyanteng si Vice Ganda kaya naman samu't-saring batikos ngayon ang ibinabato sa kaniya.


Giit ng madla, sa yaman daw nito, dapat ay maglabas na lamang siya ng pera mula sa kaniyang sariling bulsa sa halip na humingi ng donasyon sa ibang mga tao.


“Magdonate din po kau galing sa yaman nyu di puro fundraising galing sa bulsa ng ibang tao tpos kanino mapupunta ang credit aberrr lamm naa,” komento ng isang netizen.


Paliwanag naman ni Vice inilunsad niya lamang ang donation drive upang matulungan ang mga taong nais magpahatid ng donasyon sa mga nasalanta ng bagyo. Makakaasa raw na siya mismo ay maglalabas ng sariling pera pantulong sa mga nangangailangan.


"Ginagawa ko po ito para sa madlang pipol sa mga kaibigan, sa mga Little Ponies (tawag niya sa kanyang fans), na gustong mag-ambag at gustong pagsama-samahin yung kanilang mga donasyon," giit ni Vice na sa ngayon ay nakalikom na ng P700,000.

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Taiwan donated US$200,000 to typhoon-hit Philippines for its relief efforts

The Manila Economic and Cultural Office in Taipei (MECO) thanked Taiwan on Friday for donating US$200,000 to disaster relief efforts in the Philippines, as the country works to rebuild from damage caused by three major typhoons in recent weeks.


Since October, the Philippines has been hit in succession by typhoons Molave, Goni and Vamco, which have resulted in the deaths of at least 125 people and left hundreds of thousands homeless, according to the country's National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council.


On Friday, Taiwan representative to the Philippines Michael Hsu presented MECO with a donation of US$200,000 to go toward humanitarian relief efforts.


The gift was coordinated with the business group Taiwan Association Philippines (TAP), which made a separate donation of PHP70,000 (US$14,504) to those affected by the storms.


Expressing gratitude for the donations, MECO Deputy Resident Representative Gilberto F. Lauengco told CNA that "every time" the Philippines is hit by a natural disaster, Taiwan's public and private sectors have stepped up to provide generous assistance.


In Taipei, he said, multiple civic groups have organized efforts in recent week to donate money, food and clothing to victims of the typhoons.


"We are extremely grateful to Taiwan's government and people, who never hesitate to offer a helping hand in the aftermath of such disasters," Lauengco said.


Hsu pointed out that he had held three diplomatic postings in the Philippines and had never seen such extensive typhoon damage.


He noted that Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) had sent her thoughts to the country and promised to provide assistance in a Twitter post last week. -Central News Agency

 

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Neglectful children let old father live alone and beg for food


 

A father from Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija has no choice but to live alone and beg for food to strangers despite him having children of his own.


A concerned netizen named Jenny Rose Leonardo Ventura shared the saddening situation of the old man, Rene Banaag in Facebook last Sunday (Nov. 15).


According to Ventura, no one is taking care of Tatay Rene. Other people sometimes just offer food just for him to have something to eat.


"May mga anak po yan hindi Inaasikaso ng mga anak, namamalimos Lang po sa kung Saan Saan. Walang nag aalaga po at mapanghe na nakatira Lang po sa barong barong, inaabutan Lang po ng pagkain," wrote Ventura.


Ventura now hopes that the program Raffy Tulfo in Action hosted by Raffy Tulfo would notice the pitiful situation of Tatay Rene. Tulfo is known for his generous acts to anyone who ask for help in his program.

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Taiwan mandates wearing of face mask in public venues anew, violators will be fined

 

Taiwan will mandate the wearing of face masks at eight types of public venues from Dec. 1, with fines of NT$3,000-NT$15,000 for non-compliance, the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) said Wednesday.


The new rules are intended to minimize the transmission of COVID-19 and other respiratory illnesses during their peak season in the winter months, and to prevent the overburdening of Taiwan's healthcare system, Health Minister Chen Shih-chung (陳時中) said at a press briefing.


Under the policy, masks will be required at healthcare facilities, on public transportation, at retail and wholesale stores and at designated educational facilities, said Chen, who also heads the CECC.


It will also apply to "exhibitions and athletics" (including movie theaters, stadiums, museums and concert halls), entertainment venues, religious facilities and locations where personal business is conducted, such as banks and post offices, he said.


According to Chen, those who refuse to wear a mask will be liable for fines of NT$3,000-NT$15,000 under Article 37 of Taiwan's Communicable Disease Control Act.


However, restaurants and bars will be exempt from the mandate, on the condition that social distancing is observed, the CECC said.


In terms of outdoor gathering places, such as night markets and traditional markets, and events like parades, religious gatherings and New Year's celebrations, the CECC recommended that organizers set maximum capacity limits based on available space. -Central News Agency


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All people arriving in Taiwan must present negative COVID-19 test 3 days before arrival

All people arriving in Taiwan from abroad must present a negative COVID-19 test result before boarding a plane to Taiwan, starting next month, the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) announced Wednesday.


Any individual set to visit Taiwan or transit through the country, regardless of nationality or reason for visiting, must present an English-language certificate of a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test taken within three days of boarding when checking in, the CECC said.


The only exceptions are people coming to Taiwan for emergencies and crew members on ships, such as fishing boats, into Taiwan, given the difficulty for them to obtain the tests, the CECC said.


At present, only foreign nationals are required to get proof of a negative COVID-19 test when visiting Taiwan, while Taiwanese citizens, Alien Resident Certificate (ARC) holders and Alien Permanent Resident Certificate (APRC) holders are not required to do so.


The CECC said the new policy is part of expanded measures to prevent the spread of the pandemic within the country in anticipation of a new wave of infections during the autumn and winter period. -Central News Agency

 

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OFW sa Taiwan, nakalikom ng NT$40,000 para sa mga biktima ng bagyong Ulysses


Isang overseas Filipino worker ang mag-isang nakalikom nito lamang Miyerkules (Nobyembre 18) ng NT$40,000 o mahigit Php70,000 para sa mga kapwa Pilipino na nabiktima ng bagyong Ulysses sa Pilipinas.


Ayon kay Cara Purugganan na nagtatrabaho sa ASE Technology Holding Co. sa Kaoshiung, kaantabay niya sa kaniyang mabuting gawa ang ComPass, isang nonprofit organization sa Pilipinas na layon ding tumulong sa mga naapektuhan ng bagyo.


Dagdag niya, simula nang i-post niya sa Facebook ang kaniyang fundraising campaign, marami ang kusang nagpaabot ng tulong kabilang na ang kaniyang mga kaibigan, katrabaho, at mga kapitbahay, Pilipino man o Taiwanese.


Lahat ng perang nalikom ng Pinay ay ipinadala niya sa ComPass para sa kanilang project "Bayong of Hope." 


Nakatakdang mamahagi ng mga bayong ang organisasyon sa Cagayan, Isabela, at Nueva Vizcaya. Bawat bayong ay naglalaman ng limang kilong bigas, 12 sardinas, 12 corned beef, 12 sachets ng hot chocolate mix, 12 pakete ng instant noodles, isang kahon ng face masks, isang bote ng rubbing alcohol, dalawang sabon, isang flashlight na may mga baterya, isang timba, at isang kumot.

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Mag-asawang Robin Padilla at Mariel, pinatayuan ng bahay ang kanilang mga kasambahay


 Pinagawan ng mag-asawang Robin Padilla at Mariel Rodriguez ng sariling apartment ang kanilang mga kasambahay sa loob ng kanilang compound.


Ayon sa mag-asawa na-isip nilang pagawan ng bahay ang kanilang mga kasambahay matapos nilang magpadala ng ayuda noong nagka-lockdown na sanhi COVID-19  pandemic.


Nang makita ni Robin ang tinitirhan ng mga kasambahay nila, agad siyang nagpagawa ng apartment sa compound ng Museo Padilla kung saan agad na lumipat ang pamilya ng kasambahay nila dahil dito hindi napigilan mapaluha nang magpasalamat ang mga kasambahay sa mag-asawang Robin at Mariel.


"Nagpapasalamat po ako dahil napapunta ako sa pamilya niyo," sabi kay Mariel ni Yaya Jo, ang midwife na tatlo at kalahating taon nang namamasukan kina Mariel at Robin.


Dagdag pa niya "Iba po yung ipinapakita ninyo sa amin. Kakaiba po ang pakiramdam. Parang at home na at home po ako dito sa bahay ninyo."


Ito ay patunay lang kung gaano kalalim ang pagmamahal nina Robin Padilla at Mariel Rodriguez sa kanilang mga kasambahay, Itinuturing narin nila silang bahagi ng pamilya na talaga namang nakaka-mangha.


Sabi ni Mariel, "It is because they showed us loyalty, nagpakita sila ng pagmamahal sa amin at gusto naming suklian ng pagmamahal din yung ipinapakita nilang pagmamahal at mabuting serbisyo sa amin."


Maraming netizens ang bumilib ang humanga sa mag-asawang Robin Padilla at Mariel Rodriguez ng kanilang bigyan ng pagpapahalaga ang kanilang mga kasambahay.

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Taiwan may obtain and see availability of COVID-19 vaccine by mid-2021

People in Taiwan may be able to obtain a COVID-19 vaccine, developed and produced by international companies, by mid-2021, the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) said Tuesday.


An experimental vaccine developed by the American biotech company Moderna Inc. has yielded striking early results, showing close to 95 percent efficacy, it was announced Monday, one week after Pfizer and BioNTech reported promising results in their joint COVID-19 vaccine trials.


Asked about Taiwan's plans to acquire COVID-19 vaccines, CECC spokesman Chuang Jen-hsiang said Tuesday that while the Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines are in the third stage of human trials, there are other candidates.


Taiwan will not focus on any one vaccine candidate but rather would try to acquire them through the COVAX allocation plan, domestic research and development programs, and from international drug makers, he said.


Under the CECC's procurement plan, COVID-19 vaccines procured from international suppliers may become available to people in Taiwan by mid-2021, Chuang said.


He said the CECC was in contact with Moderna in August and September, and they talked about the projected supply date for the vaccine and the quantity Taiwan would require.


The CECC has budgeted NT$11.5 billion (US$403 million) for the purchase of 1.5 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine, which works out to NT$700 each, excluding shipping costs, he said.


Under the COVAX global vaccine allocation plan, countries can sign up to purchase COVID-19 vaccines. The project's aim is to accelerate the development and manufacture of the vaccines, as well as to guarantee fair and equitable access to the vaccines in every country.


Taiwan joined COVAX on Sept. 18, but the government has not made public how many doses of vaccine it intends to buy through the plan. -Central News Agency

 

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Job Hiring: USI Corporation now hiring maintenance under Grand Placement agency

Summary: Universal Global Scientific Industrial Co Ltd (USI)

Location: Nantou, Taiwan

Position: Maintenance / Equipment

Products: Communication devices


Recruitment Agency:

To apply, visit at Grand Placement & General Services agency at 1636 F. Agoncillo St. Malate, Manila 1004 with contact numbers Landline: (02) 8525-1031 Local 108 Smart Mobile#: (+63 908) 814 8213 / (+63 998) 998 1636


Check below qualifications and info:

About USI:


USI Taiwan site is located in the middle of Taiwan with 2 production areas, Tsaotuen and Nangong. We provide design, miniaturization, material sourcing, manufacturing, logistics, and after services of electronic devices/modules for brand owners. 


Taiwan site also has a full R&D resource and diversified technology capabilities that help our customers to innovate and bring products to market quickly and reliably.


*This site is not a recruitment agency nor agent, to apply please visit above mentioned recruitment agency or broker.

 

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65-year-old man plants 10,000 mangroves for 8 years as protection from typhoon


A 65-year-old man in Leyte has planted 10,000 mangroves for 8 years, He did it to protect his home from the big waves brought about by typhoons At the same time, he wanted to provide a breeding ground and a place for marine life to inhabit.



The recent typhoons have made everyone worry about how nature can be so unforgiving at times. But maybe humankind has to receive a part of the accountability.



According to a feature by the Philippine News Agency, Gary Dabasol just picked seedlings of mangroves species like miyapi, pagatpat, and bakawan along his area and he is now reaping the benefits of his plants.



In an interview, he said. “I’m glad that I was able to inspire people. I hope that they will also follow what I am doing. I also want to contribute to higher marine production by cultivating a spooning area for fish, crabs, and shrimps and other species.”



Because of sharing tatay Dabasol’s accomplishment, it will inspire others to follow his example in protecting the environment and marine ecosystem and also wished that the government would support him because what he did is extraordinary for one person.



It is never too late to start caring for our environment. We are not the only ones who will benefit from it but the future generations as well.

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"Congrats": Teacher angers netizen after being sarcastic to student due to damaged module


Netizens went furious after seeing a screenshot of a conversation between a teacher and a student whose family have been affected due to Typhoon Ulysses.


The conversation started after the student asked the teacher if he was alright after the floods and damages brought by the typhoon. 


The teacher then replied, “Ok lang ako. Ano inuna nyo bang sinave any module? Para sa bayan para sa kinabukasan?”


Unfortunately, the learning modules got soaked to the water said the student.


“So, gusto mo icongrats kita? Congrats!" the teacher wrote sarcastically, adding some party emojis.


Because of this, the netizens got disappointed to the attitude that the teacher showed to the student where in fact he should have been more considerate.

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Volunteer rescuer, patay matapos makuryente habang sinusuong ang baha sa Cagayan


 

Pumanaw ang isang volunteer rescuer habang naglilingkod sa bayan matapos makuryente sa kasagsagan ng rescue operation ng kanilang team sa Barangay Linao Tuguegarao, Cagayan. 


Ayon kay Ian Saquing Maggay, isang netizen na nagbahagi sa kadakilaan ng volunteer na si Kelly Villarao, itinaya raw ng rescuer ang kaniyang buhay mailigtas lamang ang marami mula sa lampas taong baha na dulot ng bagyong Ulysses.


“If it happens that this post appeared in your timeline, may I ask from you a moment of silence to commemorate the death of our Brave brother who lost his life by saving the lives of some Tuguegaraoeños during the flood and typhoon rescue operation at Brgy. Linao, Tuguegarao City last night,” bungad ni Maggay sa kaniyang post.


"For those who might ask, isa po siya sa mga rescuers na na kuryente during the rescue operation sa Linao Tuguerao at hindi po ang tatay ko and so please sa mga nagpapakalat ng fake news enough na po," dagdag niya.


Ginamit na rin ni Maggay ang oportunidad sa pamamagitan ng kaniyang post upang maipanghingi ng tulong ang naiwang asawa at apat na buwang anak ni Villarao.

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Labi ng ina ni Angeline Quinto, nai-cremate na matapos ma-postponed


 

Matapos ma-postponed dahil sa bagyong Ulysses, nai-cremate na rin sa wakas ang mga labi ng adoptive mother ng aktres na si Angeline Quinto noong Biyernes (Nobyembre 13).


Sa isang Instagram post, malungkot na namaalam si Angeline sa kaniyang ina habang hawak ang urn na pinaglalagyan ng mga abo nito.


"My angel. I love you, Mama. Forever," maikling sabi ng aktres sa kaniyang post.


Noong Huwebes (Nobyembre 12) sana ang nakatakdang cremation ng kaniyang ina ngunit dahil sa pananalasa ng bagyong Ulysses ay napagdesisyunan niyang ipagpaliban muna ito.


Sa isa pang post ni Angeline, ipinakita niya ang kaniyang pagdadalamhati sa pagpanaw ng kinalakihang ina at ang kaniyang umaapaw na pagmamahal dito.


“Mag-iingat ka sa paglalakbay Mama. Hindi man kita maalalayan sa paglalakad ngayon patungo sa paraiso, masaya ako nandiyan ang Panginoon para umalalay sa ‘yo… Hanggang sa muli nating pagkikita, mahal na mahal kong mama Bob," saad ni Angeline

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Job Hiring: Vanguard Int'l Semiconductor now hiring machine operators / factory workers


Summary:

Company: Vanguard International Semiconductor Corporation (VIS)

Location: Hsinchu, Taiwan

Salary: NT$23,800

Position: Machine Operator

Agency: FilSino Manpower Services 


Initial qualifications:

- Female applicants

- College graduate with or without working experience


Interested Applicants may report at FILSINO Manpower Agency, Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm

Bring your 2x2 pic., Passport & UMID (If available)


Check info below:



About VIS:


Vanguard International Semiconductor Corporation (VIS) is a leading specialty IC foundry service provider. Since its founding in December 5th, 1994 in Hsinchu Science Park, Taiwan.


VIS has been achieving continuous success in its technology development and production efficiency improvement. VIS has also been consistently offering its customers cost-effective solutions and high value-added services. 


*This site is not a recruitment agency nor agent, to apply please visit above mentioned recruitment agency.


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Sanggol, inilagay sa palanggana para makaligtas sa baha sa Cagayan


Upang mailigtas sa bahang dulot ng bagyong Ulysses, inilagay ng isang ina ang tatlong buwang gulang nitong sanggol sa palanggana habang sila ay lumilikas mula sa kanilang tahanan sa Lal-lo, Cagayan.


Kwento ni Romelyn Tabalno, 25-anyos,  bigla na lamang daw tumaas hanggang leeg ang lebel ng tubig-baha sa kanilang lugar kung kaya minabuti nilang lumikas.


Subalit, dahil sa pangambang mabitawan niya ang kaniyang anak na si Ayla Erin Agnes, inilagay niya ito sa isang palanggana habang sinusuong ang baha.


"Tahimik s'ya. Sobrang bait nung nasa palanggana. Baka po kasi mabasa or mabitawan po namin s'ya kaya nilagay po namin sa palanggana. 'Yun lang po naisip naming paraan para maging safe si baby," sabi ni Romelyn.


Ligtas namang nakalikas ang mag-ina at kasalukuyan sila ngayong naninirahan sa kubo ng kaniyang biyenan na nakatirik sa mataas na bahagi ng Cagayan.

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Willie Revillame, nagbenta ng mamahaling sasakyan para sa mga biktima ng bagyo


 

Ibinenta ng TV host na si Willie Revillame ang kaniyang mamahaling sasakyan para lamang makatulong sa mga nabiktima ng bagyong Ulysses sa Montalban, Rizal at Marikina.


Sa kaniyang TV show na "Wowowin" noong Biyernes (Nobyembre 13), ipinaalam ni Kuya Wil na mabilisan niyang ibinebenta ang kaniyang Range Rover 2018   upang makapag-donate sa mga nasalanta ng bagyo.


Nang araw ding iyon ay naibenta niya ito sa halagang P7 million kahit pa ang orihinal na presyo ng sasakyan ay P12 million.


Ayon kay Kuya Wil, daragdagan niya pa ang nalikom na salapi ng P3 milyon mula sa kaniyang personal na ipon upang makapagbigay ng P5 million sa Montalban gayundin din sa Marikina.


“Aanhin ko ho ‘yung kotse kung marami akong kababayan na naghihirap? Kahit magbenta pa [ako] ng kahit anong pag-aari, pag-aari mo na hindi mo na kailangan. I think this is the right time,” saad ng TV host.


Paglilinaw niya, isanasapubliko niya ang kaniyang pagtulong nang sa gayon ay malaman ng mga tao na may nakalaang pera at tulong para sa kanilang lahat.

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OFW caretaker group in Taiwan seeking for donations to fill balikbayan box for typhoon victims

In a facebook post by Overseas Filipino worker (OFW) in Taiwan Marelyn Odia and her co-caretakers are seeking for donations to fill some balikbayan box that they will be sending to the Philippines.


Donations like foods such as noodles and canned goods, new or used but reusable clothings will do. The donation drive will provide relief to the communities


Check her post below:



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Ilocano group in Taiwan prepared balikbayan boxes to be given to typhoon victims in PH

An international Filipino organization on Sunday called for donations of relief goods to be prepared as "balikbayan boxes" or care packages to be given to victims of Typhoon Vamco, which has caused widespread destruction in the Philippines.


As Filipinos reel from the wrath of Typhoon Vamco, known locally as Ulysses, the Confederation of Ilocano Association, Inc., Samahang Ilocano (CIASI) made the plea to over 1,000 Filipinos living in Taiwan, mostly migrant workers.


CIASI is an international Philippine organization with 13 chapters and a total of about 900 members in Taiwan.


They made the appeal at an outdoor basketball court in Taipei's Datong District where the Filipinos were gathered for the association's Taipei Winter Basketball League 2020 opening ceremony.


The organization called for donations of cash, clothes or dried goods, such as canned sardines, noodles and powdered milk, to be sent back in king-size cardboard boxes as numerous areas in the Cagayan Valley region, northeast of the capital Manila, remain submerged in flood waters.


"Look at my hometown of Baggao in the province of Cagayan," said Rheden Delumen, national chairman of CIASI in Taiwan, as he showed CNA an aerial photo of the municipality submerged in as much as two-story high flood waters, with crop plantations destroyed.


Arnold Kanoy, leader of the CIASI in Taiwan Disciplinary Action Committee and commissioner of the basketball tournament, said the "balikbayan boxes" will be sent out as soon as possible after the donations are collected.


"I have the blood of a Filipino and I have to help my countrymen," he said. -Central News Agency


 

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Ulap na nagmistulang imahe ni Jesus, nakuhanan ng isang netizen


 Usap usapan ngayon sa social media ang litratong ipinost sa Facebook na may hugis ni Hesus sa pamamagitan ng mga ulap, Maaaring sabihin ng iba na nasa utak at iniisip mo lamang ito o ito ay dala lamang ng isang pagkakataon at ang iba naman na naniniwala na ang mga simbolong ito ay may mga sinasabing pahiwatig.


Noong mga nakaraang araw, may isang residente ng San Salvador de Jeyuy sa bansang Argentina ang kumuha ng litrato ng ulap na may liwanag at humugis kagaya ng imahe ni Hesus na nakasuot ng robe.


Isang residente ng Argentina na nag ngangalang Monica Aramayo ang nakakita at nakakuha ng larawan na ito na kung saan may isang liwanag ang lumitaw sa langit na kahawig ng estatwa ni Hesus na naka suot ng puting robe at naka dukwang ang braso na para bang sumasalubong sa kanyang mga tao na naniniwala sa kanya upang bigyan ito ng grasya.


Isang puting may hugis na ulo sa ulap ang makikita sa litrato na ito at maraming mga taong nag sasabi na si ‘Jesus Christ’ ay parang naka suot pa ng korona, Maraming mga tao rin ang nag kukumpara sa litrato na kuha ni Monica sa malaking estatwa sa tuktok ng bundok sa Rio de Janeiro sa Brazil na “Christ the Redeemer”.


Ito ay matatagpuan sa layong tatlong daang libong kilometro kung saan kinuhaan ni Monica ang litrato.


Sinabi ni Monica na dali dali niyang kinuhanan ang larawan dahil naniniwala siya na isa itong mensahe galing sa Panginoon,
Hindi man maliwanag ang mensahe sa lahat ngunit baka ito ang simbolo na kung saan mas lalo dapat natin paghirapang matupad ang kapayapaan sa buong mundo.


Maraming mga kristyano naman ang naniwala sa pinapakitang mensahe at larawang ito ngunit may iba namang nag dududa na ito ay isang pekeng litrato. Itinanggi naman ito ni Monica at sinabing hindi niya ito inedit.

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Mag-ina tinangay ng baha habang naghihintay sa padre-de-pamilya; anak nasawi



 Halos madurog ang puso ng inang si Roche Inabore matapos masawi sa bahang dulot ng bagyong Ulysses sa Barangay Tumana, Marikina ang kaniyang dalawang taong gulang na anak.


Ayon kay Roche, magkasama nilang hinihintay ng kaniyang anak ang kanilang padre-de-pamilya na unang inilikas ang 10-taong-gulang pa nilang anak papunta sa kabilang bahagi ng sapa.


Habang naghihintay, unti-unti ring tumataas ang lebel ng tubig hanggang sa bumigay ang kawayan na kanilang kinatutuntungan.


Dahil dito, natangay ng baha at nagkahiwalay ang mag-ina. Sa kasamaang palad, tanging si Roche lamang ang nakaligtas.


"Sobrang sakit kasi ginawa ko ang lahat para mailigtas lang siya e. Sabi ko kung puwede nga lang, ako na lang e," pagdadalamhati ni Roche.


Base sa ulat ng GMA News "24 Oras," natagpuan na ang labi ng bata na halos hindi na makilala dahil sa putik na bumabalot sa buo nitong katawan.

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2-week-old baby wrapped in shirt and plastic bag after being rescued in Rizal


Netizens bursted out of worriness after seeing a photo of a two-week-old baby being wrapped in a shirt and a plastic bag to maintain warmth after getting trapped on their home in Rodriguez, Rizal due to typhoon Ulysses.


The baby and his family were unable to evacuate immediately because of his mother's wake.


According to Yen Rain, aunt of the baby, the infant even went missing because someone carried him while being rescued.


Fortunately she saw the baby but he is wet and freezing in cold because someone almost drop him in the cold flood water.


The aunt immediately took off the baby's clothes and wrapped him with her t-shirt and plastic bag to keep the baby warm.

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Taiwan rewards NT$10,000 who can give tip to authorities the location of undocumented migrants

Several published papers are posting name of illegal migrants in Taiwan and it offers reward who can give tip to authorities the location of undocumented migrants or those who overstayed their visas.


Taiwan's Ministry of the Interior recently announced to the the public that they will give cash grant to those who provide tip-offs.


Members of the public can apply to the ministry for a reward if they report cases of migrants or foreigners who are staying in the country illegally or beyond the limit of their visas.


Meanwhile, a maximum reward of NT$ 20,000 will only be paid out if 10 or more overstayers are arrested.


Taiwan's migrants workers mainly came from Southeast Asian countries such as Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines and are in sectors such as manufacturing, fishing and caregiving.

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Job Hiring: I-MEI Foods Co Ltd now hiring factory workers directly in Taiwan | No Broker's Fee

Popular food industry company in Taiwan now looking for factory workers that will be directly hire. The company offers no broker's fee and contracts can be renewed.


The companynis looking for cleaning employees, maintenance, production workers, welders and quality control in food.


Check info below:


About I-MEI:


I-Mei commitment drives the best customer satisfaction covering material selection, innovative products and food safety. The company serve with food expertise, along with integrity in sincerity.  


1. Trace the source of ingredients.

2. Evaluate the price of ingredients.

3. Review supplier's customer list.

4. Implement laboratory analysis.

5. Strengthen quality control. 


*This site is not a recruitment agency nor agent, to apply please visit above mentioned recruitment agency.


 

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Tumutulong sa mga nangangailangan ang tunay na nagmamahal sa Diyos


Tayo'y umiibig sapagkat ang Diyos ang unang umibig sa atin. Ang nagsasabing "iniibig ko ang Diyos" subalit napopoot naman sa kaniyang kapatid ay isang sinungaling. Kung ang kapatid na kaniyang nakikita ay hindi niya magawang ibigin, paano niya maiibig ang Diyos na hindi niya nakikita?


Ito ang utos na ibinibigay sa atin ni Cristo: "Ang umiibig sa Diyos ay dapat ding umibig sa Kaniyang kapatid". (1 Juan 4:19-21)


Ang isang pag-ibig o pagmamahal sa isang tao kapag hindi mo naipapakita sa pamamagitan ng gawa at puro salita lamang ay walang ipinagkaiba sa isang malamig na ulam--hindi mo malalasahan ang linamnam.


Sa talata kung inyong mababasa, napakalinaw ng mensaheng nais nitong iparating sa atin: "Ang nagsasabing iniibig ko ang Diyos subalit napopoot naman sa kaniyang kapatid ay isang sinungaling."


Ang isang pag-ibig upang mapatunayan na talagang ito ay makatotohanan, kinakailangan din na ito ay ating naipakikita. Hindi lamang sa pamamagitan ng salita bagkos ay sa pamamaraan din ng gawa.


Ang mga salitang ito na nagsasabing iniibig nila ang Diyos ay walang iniwan sa isang biskuwet na kung tawagin ay ampaw. Parang pandesal na puro hangin ang laman.


Kung ang pag-ibig ay mananatiling isang salita lamang, wala itong ng saysay. Sapagkat ang anumang salita na nagsasabing "iniibig natin ang Panginoong Diyos" subalit hindi naman natin naipapakita sa ating kapwa ay isa lamang huwad na pag-ibig.


Dahil kung wala tayong napapala o nakukuha mula sa pag-ibig na ibinibigay natin para sa mga taong minamahal natin, baka isipin na ito'y pag-ibig na "makasarili" o selfish Love.

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4 more storms could hit Philippines by year-end, PAGASA says


Before the end of the year there are four more storms could enter the Philippine area of responsibility , state weather bureau PAGASA warned Wednesday (November 11).

Philippines has been experienced by back to back typhoons starting with Typhoon Quinta last month and Super Typhoon Rolly early this month.

Another weather disturbance, severe tropical storm Ulysses, was last spotted 80 km northeast of Virac, Catanduanes or 415 km east of Infanta, Quezon at 4 a.m. Wednesday.

Packing 100 kph winds and up to 125 kph gusts, the storm is forecast to reach 20 km north northeast of Infanta, Quezon in 24 hours.

PAGASA has raised tropical cyclone wind signal (TCWS) No. 2 over Metro Manila and neighboring provinces. Due to the expected intensification of Ulysses, the weather agency said TCWS No. 3 may be hoisted over several provinces in Bicol Region, Metro Manila and portions of Calabarzon and Central Luzon once the tropical cyclone develops into a typhoon.

The weather bureau said there is a high risk of storm surge with heights of up to 3.0 m over the coastal areas of Quezon including Polillo Islands, Camarines Norte, Catanduanes, and the northern and eastern coastal areas of Camarines Sur, and up to 2.0 m over the coastal areas of Aurora, Bataan, Pampanga, Bulacan, Metro Manila, Cavite, Batangas, northern portions of Mindoro Provinces including Lubang Island, Marinduque, Romblon, Masbate including Ticao and Burias Islands, Albay, and Sorsogon, and the remaining coastal areas of Camarines Sur.

"These storm surges, which may be accompanied by swells and/or breaking waves near the coast, can cause life-threatening and damaging coastal inundation. Moreover, there is also a moderate risk of seiche or storm surge over the coastal areas surrounding Laguna de Bay," PAGASA warned. (ABS-CBN NEWS)

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