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Riot Games Answer Questions About League of Legends Wild Rift

Gamers, magbunyi! According to Riot Games, League of Legends: Wild Rift is coming to the Philippines for an alpha test, starting June 06. Moreover, Riot has compiled questions to answer some of consumer queries regarding the game app. Listed below are the actual questions and answers by Riot Game. What is the Wild Rift Regional… Continue reading Riot Games Answer Questions About League of Legends Wild Rift

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Raph&Remy: Personalized Baby Essentials

Your baby deserves the best – that includes the best-personalized baby essentials. Raph&Remy is a family business by an Aussie and a Brit and operated from Singapore. It is a unique brand that designs personalized premium bamboo baby essentials and gifts ‘for the chic and modern mama who won’t compromise on quality’. The brand is… Continue reading Raph&Remy: Personalized Baby Essentials

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Ilonggos React to Liquor Ban: How are they Coping?

For local drinker *Edgar, weekends mean a night of drinking with friends and a routine bar hopping. This includes visiting local bars and clubs, as enumerated by him – the Cave Superclub at the City Time Square, the Secret Place in Taft North, MO2 Ice within the Smallville Complex, Backyard Pub along Diversion Road, and… Continue reading Ilonggos React to Liquor Ban: How are they Coping?

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Story Behind the Dancing Pallbearers

We’ve seen them countless times on the internet – a clueless person doing an outrageous stunt then the next clip is a crew of men carrying a coffin and dancing to an upbeat song. It is funny, however, the story behind it is definitely real. According to Know Your Meme, in an article published by… Continue reading Story Behind the Dancing Pallbearers

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Guimhealth Founder Shares Inputs Regarding Current Health Crisis

In Sun Tzu’s Art of War, it is said that the supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting and supreme excellence consists of breaking the enemy’s resistance without fighting. To date, the virus has penetrated the country with new cases being confirmed at an alarming rate. It has also called for… Continue reading Guimhealth Founder Shares Inputs Regarding Current Health Crisis

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Kite: Door to Door Laundry

In the midst of the community quarantine, residents are grasping for services. During the enhanced community quarantine, businesses that do not offer essential goods/services were advised to be closed. Moreover, residents are advised to stay at home. As for the owner of Kite: Door to Door Laundry, his initial decision was to go along with… Continue reading Kite: Door to Door Laundry

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Aswang, a Filipino Folklore

The ‘aswang’ has been one of the most prominent fictional figures in Philippine folklore. Although its existence has been denied by some, there is still a portion of the population that firmly believes it exists today. Just recently, a community in Lapuz has been disturbed by what seemed to be referred to as an ‘aswang’.… Continue reading Aswang, a Filipino Folklore

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#FrontlinerStories: Network Engineers

Network engineers are also at the forefront of ensuring connection amidst trying times. They are part of the skeletal force to address the needs of the customers. Here, Globe shares its ‘COVIDHeroes’ story. “This is the biggest challenge for us so far. With typhoons, we can see the damage, assess if restoration works are possible… Continue reading #FrontlinerStories: Network Engineers

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The Rise to PPOP Stardom: Anna Park

K-Pop, in all its glory, stands for Korean pop - an instant hit not just in South Korean but all over the world. P-Pop, meanwhile, stands for Pinoy Pop. In the Philippines, it has spawned a strong following and inspired artists to follow the footsteps of KPop superstars. This includes Anna Park. Annabelle Reniedo, also… Continue reading The Rise to PPOP Stardom: Anna Park

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Americans Willing to Spend to Keep Old Dogs Alive

“Sit, good boy, now stay forever.” In an article published by Reuters, it was reported that Americans are willing to pay top dollar to keep their old dogs alive. In the United States, nearly half of the nation’s 77 million pet dogs are aged six years and older, a 15 percent increase since 1987 according… Continue reading Americans Willing to Spend to Keep Old Dogs Alive