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KC Concepcion Sells Jewelry to Raise Money for Typhoon Ulysses Relief Efforts

She also recently flew to Tuguegarao to help distribute relief goods.
After the onslaught of Typhoon Ulysses in the country, some celebrities have begun using their platforms to gather donations for the survivors. One of them is KC Concepcion, who pledged a portion of proceeds from her jewelry brand Avec Moi to relief efforts
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20 Organizations You Can Donate to for Typhoon Ulysses Relief

The typhoon spawned severe flooding.
Ulysses, the third typhoon to hit the country in as many weeks, flooded entire communities and on Thursday, residents of affected areas started surveying their mud-caked homes.If you're looking to donate either in cash or in kind, we came up with a
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For Marikina, It's Not Ondoy All Over Again—It Could Be Worse

Marikina River has officially exceeded the level it reached during the onslaught of Typhoon Ondoy in 2009.
On Wednesday night, November 11, no one in Marikina slept. Howling winds and torrential rains battered almost every corner of Luzon, and in Marikina, the rain collected in the living rooms of thousands of residents. After an endless night of rising water
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PSA: Here's Your Typhoon Safety Guide

Be prepared.
The Philippines is battered by an average of 20 storms in a year which means that disaster-preparedness is a must for its 100 million people who have been through some of the worst in the world.Most of the strong typhoons hit the
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These Are the Countries Where Filipinos Can Travel to Right Now

Where can your passport take you now that the country has lifted its ban on non-essential travel?
Starting today, October 21, Filipinos can fly abroad for vacations and leisure travel as long as they adhere to government guidelines.TOP STORY: 10 Most Expensive Designer Tees Owned by Local CelebritiesIn line with this, Filipinos can now travel to more countries, the Department
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PSA: GCash Will Start Charging a Fee to Cash In and Out on Oct. 1

Two banks will allow free loading into GCash wallets.
If you transfer money from your GCash wallet to banks and electronic money institutions via the InstaPay network, you will be charged P15 per transaction starting Oct. 1, GCash said Saturday.Banks, on the other hand, will also begin charging customers for tranfering
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Boracay Is Now Preparing to Reopen for Tourists from All Over the Philippines

Visitors are required to take a swab test before flying to the island.
Boracay Island, one of the many tourist destinations affected by the ongoing community quarantine, is gradually opening its borders in an effort to jumpstart local economy. It has initially lifted the swimming ban on June 1, allowing local residents to enjoy the
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Philippine Airlines Refunds P12 Billion in Canceled Bookings

This equates to about 80 percent of total refund requests.
After flights and travel plans were canceled due to the Philippines’ lockdown, which is in its sixth month, airlines were faced with the financial burden of zero income due to the pandemic and refunding thousands of tickets.Philippine Airlines, the country's flag carrier,
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Meet the Couple Behind the Viral CLOY Prenup Shoot and Royal Muslim Engagement

They spilled the beans about how their "Crash Landing on You" shoot came to be.
In case you missed it, Congresswoman Bai Rihan Mangudadatu Sakaluran of Sultan Kudarat and Police Lieutenant Jay Abdurajak recently garnered buzz on the internet for their Crash Landing on You-inspired prenup shoot. Both self-proclaimed Korean drama addicts, their photos re-enacting scenes from the famous show
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Why Does Lipstick Sell Well During Times of Crisis?

So what if it stains your face mask?
In the aftermath of the 9.9 online sale, many women are counting the days until their packages arrive. There’s a good chance it will contain the holy grail of beauty products—lipstick. Stained face masks be damned.People spend on beauty products regardless of
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Police Say Metro Manila Residents Need a Travel Pass for Tagaytay

An important clarification if you were planning to visit.
We earlier reported that Tagaytay City Administrator Gregorio Monreal announced that visitors of the city would no longer need a travel pass, and would only have to fill up a health declaration form. An update on the matter has just been released
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FYI: Facebook Can Now Cancel Your Account

Here's how to avoid it.
Since its founding in 2004, Facebook has always championed online connectedness and the open sharing of information among its users. But in the last three years, Facebook has purged billions of accounts that violated its rules.Below is a notification sent by Facebook
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Your Fave Netflix Shows Might Be Subject to MTRCB Regulation Soon

Yes, K-dramas included.
Love Netflix's library of movies and TV shows? Well, here's something that might result in some very big changes soon.Earlier today, September 3, the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) invoked lawmakers to consider a policy that would require Netflix
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10 Practical Tips on How to Ace Your Next Video Interview

Including what to wear, how to set up your background, and more!
COVID-19 has affected the lives of many Filipinos in a myriad of ways. The most recent, and perhaps one of the most disruptive are the massive layoffs. Reportr.world writes, "Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) reported an increase in unemployment rate in the country—17.7 percent,