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GLOBAL EXPATS FEATURE: The MALLI Sweethearts of California

Starting out a family can be a handful so choosing the right life partner is important. This young couple found each other and couldn’t ask for more. You couldn’t deny how devoted they are to each other. Meet Aman and Palvi Malli from Daly City, California. The Indian couple met in the Philippines but decided to live in the States. When they first met, they knew they were a match made in heaven. Not long after their first meeting, they made a life-long decision to be each other’s spouse. Continue reading →

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REALITY CHECK: Are You Ready To Work Overseas?

REALITY CHECK: Are You Ready To Work Overseas?

The thought of living in a different country gives most people utmost excitement. Imagine living your life in an entirely different way like witnessing a completely new culture, practicing new traditions, meeting new people and a chance to live your life in a new perspective. Continue reading →

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5 Phone Apps that Ease Out Depression

5 Phone Apps that Ease Out Depression

This era of high technology has its own pros and cons and it’s good to know that the health field is benefiting from it too. Help is just one download away most especially to those who are trying to win a battle towards depression. Here is a list of mobile apps that offers a wide variety of help to their users:

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Global Expat Feature: Her Life In A Nutshell

Global Expat Feature: Her Life In A Nutshell

She thought she was dying. For a while, her world stopped. How can it possibly happen to her when she knew in her heart she has never done anything to deserve a lump on her chest. A lump that could compromise everything in her life. Could it be The Big C? She hopes not.

Donna Yasmin has an established career in Kuwait. She is a full-blooded Filipina working for Gulf Lead, a leading consultancy firm, that provides training in safety and quality for professionals. She is good in what she does, something that her employer knows. She is reliable and trustworthy, a real asset and role model. Continue reading →

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Easy Money-making Concepts For Filipinos While Working Abroad

Easy Money-making Concepts For Filipinos While Working Abroad

The Philippines’ very own overseas workforce has done so much for the economic growth of their country. In March 2017, the total remittances from OFWs all over the world have gone up to $2.615 Billion hitting a 10.7% growth compared to its previous performance in the same quarter of 2016, according to the Bangko Sentral ng Piipinas. Sure, it is a good news for everyone, but it could still get a lot better if the OFWs themselves are  taking advantage of the good results they’ve been majorly contributing to. Continue reading →

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Banking Perks For Overseas Filipino Workers

Banking Perks For Overseas Filipino Workers

Are you an OFW looking for wiser banking options? This one is definitely an advantage for you! Sending money is now made easy for Filipinos working overseas. Banco de Oro designed a fixed interest-bearing peso savings account for OFWs and their beneficiaries to maximize the potential of their salaries when remitting money back home. Continue reading →

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MANNY PACQUIAO: THE REAL CHAMPION FOR MODERN DAY FILIPINO HEROES

MANNY PACQUIAO: THE REAL CHAMPION FOR MODERN DAY FILIPINO HEROES

Senator Emmnauel “Manny” Pacquiao has defied all odds. He is the ultimate life goal to most hardworking Filipinos. He started from the bottom with a noble job as a construction worker and never stopped dreaming since then, just like many Filipinos who would do everything to experience a more comfortable life. Hence, other Filipinos have sought refuge in more developed countries leaving their loved ones behind. Continue reading →

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