A Vietnamese-Australian man, named Phuc Dat Bich has been repeatedly banned in Facebook for ‘bearing a false name’. The problem is, it’s the man’s real name.
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SUCKS TO BE HIM – Man called Phuc Dat Bich repeatedly bumped off Facebook thinking his birth name’s a hoax
State-owned Home Development Mutual Fund (Pag-IBIG) now offers loans for the purchase and installation of solar panels, the fund’s president and CEO on Thursday said.
Newer generation of buildings will at last do away with superstitious skipping of floors with 4 or 13, 14, or anything with 4 in it.
While some choosy taxi drivers speed off leaving rejected commuters shaking their heads, this one had a run-in with a passenger who turned out to be a policeman. The driver ended up being detained in Quezon City.
The Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) in The Hague said a UN panel had ruled Thursday (Oct. 29) that it has jurisdiction over the case filed by the Philippine government against China in the South China Sea, dealing Manila a victory in the first-round issue of admissibility.
Aside from giving the Filipino gaming community a glimpse of these two games through demo kiosks, Ubisoft also invited attendees to submit their resumes for an opportunity to join the company.
A woman on a motorcycle saw a kitten drop from a passing truck, helpless and vulnerable on the road, and wasted no time rescuing the kitten after seeing it.
The idea of converting plastics into gasoline, kerosene and diesel has been done in Philippine shores and is already tested.
The Philippines has begun preparations for the first-ever visit of a reigning Emperor of Japan that is likely to be conducted early next year, Malacañang announced on Tuesday, October 13.
While checking our mailbox, we came upon an imposing letter, in the light of Mayor Rodrigo Duterte’s ‘FINAL’ answer of ‘NO’ on running for President of the Philippines. This was not a pleasant letter to read, but we believe it merits publishing.