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Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III said Monday that there is no ban on deployment or forced relocation of Filipinos working in Hong Kong in the midst of ongoing violence between protesters and state security forces. Bello assured that the authorities are monitoring the situation on an ongoing basis. Bello said that if the situation worsens, the DOLE would allow the OFWs in Hong Kong to operate on land in Macau

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Filipinos staying in that country were advised by the Philippine Embassy in Lebanon to take the necessary precautions in the course of protest actions. Those who need emergency assistance can contact the 03859430 number, he added. The tens of thousands of protesters marched across Lebanon on Friday to demand the expulsion of the leaders they accused of plundering the economy. According to a Reuters statement, police fired tear gas and


Maxi Mango definitely has come a long way. The dessert brand, which for its deceptively easy yet oddly addictive mango float became a enormous hit in the Philippines, recently opened its first branch in Singapore. Owner Miki Arceo-Velasquez, a former housewife in the reality show “Pinoy Big Brother,” launched their Maxi Mango shop at the Capitol Piazza shopping mall last August 2. Curious clients flocked to the stall to get

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Marvel representatives announced at the latest San Diego Comic-Con that Filipino superstar comic book artist Leinil Francis Yu will take on the X-Men of Marvel Comics starting this October. Yu will team up with the superstar writer Jonathan Hickman who took it upon himself to raise the long-standing comic book characters back to an elite place one they loved from the 1980s to the late 1990s. Yu just went off