All posts tagged with: Philippines

The world in digital

Publicado 2 de octubre de 2013 no picture Aicha Enriquez

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Digital Television Transition or Digital Switchover is a series of action in which analog television broadcasting is replaced by digital television broadcasting. According to the summit held in the year 2006 in Switzerland, International Telecommunciation Unio (ITU) mandated that by June 17, 2015, nations across the globe must have migrated to analog television broadcasting to digital television. The digital transfer is part of the outline to implement the Geneva Frequency Plan Agr...


Your Business, Their Voice

Publicado 18 de noviembre de 2013 Avatar Najee Chua

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Se registró el día 17 de noviembre de 2013
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The Philippines is currently under the international microscope. After the wake of Typhoon Yolanda (international name Haiyan), my country has been on the receiving end of the world’s generosity and kindness. Nations that most Filipinos have never even visited before have given millions of dollars in relief efforts and goods; some countries have even commissioned their best doctors and volunteers to work directly at ground zero. Let me take this time now to express my grat...


Progress in Education in the Philippines

Publicado 7 de febrero de 2014 no picture Sean_GEMConnect_Hammonton_USA

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https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Bfl5O49CEAAHJqn.jpg:large

Fuente: http://twitter.com/unicefphils/status/430508536095...

Without doubt millions of people have been affected by Typhoon Haiyan. Things are getting better and people are getting help. I just wanted to link this tweet by UNICEF on the topic.


Why are there still natural disasters?

Publicado 13 de febrero de 2014 no picture Victor Brown Omovbude

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Typhoon Haiyan is one of the deadliest natural disasters to hit the Philippines!

Fuente: http://rdd.me/ehngr0is

The Philippines has suffered from an inexhaustible number of deadly typhoons, earthquakes, volcano eruptions and other natural disasters. This is due to its location along the Ring of Fire, or typhoon belt – a large Pacific Ocean region where many of Earth’s volcanic eruptions and earthquakes occur. Annually, approximately 80 typhoons develop above tropical waters, of which 19 enter the Philippine region and six to nine make landfall, according to the Joint Typhoon Warning Ce...


Into a Bird's Eye View

Publicado 9 de marzo de 2014 no picture Julieane M Fernandez

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Se registró el día 9 de marzo de 2014
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Do you use your eyes wisely? – There is a large variety of perspectives, which one of them is yours? People, especially nation leaders, could answer this question immediately; carefully evaluating its connotation, they could express their answers to such impressive and inspiring words. I am amazed how they could draw directly to their very points towards the so- called “awareness” as their expected answers. Although there are billions of global citizens and leaders who are in...


NoyPi

Publicado 21 de mayo de 2014 no picture Pam

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I took these photos last year on January 16. These photos were included for my photo-documentary entitled "NoyPi", which is obviously my title for this article. My center point in my documentary is poverty, but it seems ironic in some pictures because some people involved were smiling when I took photos of them. It's nice to see my fellow country men still have those beautiful smiles although they experience poverty. Therefore, I should say, they don't suffer from poverty, th...