Chino and Kat Palomar exchanged vows in Cavite province on Sunday under a gigantic cloud of smoke and ash from Taal, one of the world's smallest active volcanoes.
Three Filipino teachers working in Al Ain schools drowned and four others escaped death while spending their summer vacations in their home country.
Thirty-six female Filipino household service workers (HSWs) having served in the UAE anywhere from three to 35 years are going to be feted this weekend in Dubai through the first-ever “Gawad Kasambay 2019.”
Seven out of 10 Filipinos, or 70 percent, have expressed alarm and fear over the increasing number of Chinese workers who pose not only a threat to their employment opportunities but also endanger the country’s security, according to just released findings of a private pollster.
Five Filipinos from the over 400,000-strong community in Dubai and the Northern Emirates, as determined by the Philippine Consulate General in Dubai (PCGDXB), are set to receive distinction in Community Service on Friday evening.
An advocacy film featuring a bully and the bullied becoming victors despite their frailties has bulls-eyed Filipino teachers and students in Dubai and the Northern Emirates.
Sheikh Mohammed said on Twitter, “Today, we saw humanity and tolerance unfold through the Emirates Red Crescent's campaign that brought our citizens together with Filipino residents to provide aid to families affected by the Taal volcano in the Philippines. Humanity defines our society.”
The 'devastated' Filipino-American actor announced the news on social media, revealing that his mother too is battling the virus, and lamenting the fact that the pandemic kept his 'family apart.'
A Filipino in the UAE has recovered from the dreaded pneumonia-like Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19).