The KCSE exam is undoubtedly the toughest hurdle in the 8-4-4 system. Most Kenyans who have been through that system can relate with that sentiment. ….
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It will be true to say that woman across the country have tried several hairstyles using different types of braids for whatever reasons ranging from just to ….
A suspect presented at an Eldoret court on Tuesday, June 18, claiming to be a female nurse at the Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital (MTRH) ….
We’ve probably heard of every single diet and lifestyle option out there—from veganism to the keto diet. However, there’s a woman that’s been making her rounds on the internet speaking about Breatharianism. Twenty-five-year-old American Audra Bear claims that her lifelong journey and interest towards health and well-being brought her to the practices of ‘Breatharianism’. It […]
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A hotel unveiled its lobby vending machine in June but you probably won’t find your favorite snacks inside of it. This hotel in Little Italy, San Diego, USA partnered with an art gallery to present a vending machine group art exhibition. So instead of getting food, you get original artwork that could become yours with […]
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A total of 355 teachers were in 2018 struck off the Teachers Service Commission’s register after it emerged they had sexually abused their students, TUKO.co.ke ….
DC Comics recently announced that it will be retiring its critically acclaimed Vertigo imprint in 2020. This will end 26 years of the ground-breaking mature reader stories coming from the multi-awarded imprint. All of DC’s future mature reader titles will be under a different imprint in 2020. Established in 1993 under the stewardship of Editor […]
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On Monday, July 1, Senate President Vicente Sotto III, commonly referred to as Tito Sotto, has filed 10 of his pet bills for the upcoming 18th Congress. Among the senators, he is the first to file his bills for the new Congress which will open in three weeks, on July 22. Regarding the order where […]
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At the Pre-State of the Nation Address (SONA) Economic and Infrastructure Forum press conference, Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III said the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) will implement more strict tax collection measures from foreign workers operating in the Philippines. “It’s everybody … Foreigners who work here, they should be paying taxes just like Filipinos who […]
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A teaser of Kathryn Bernardo and Alden Richards starring in an upcoming film was uploaded last June. Now, we are getting more than a glimpse of what the new movie Hello, Love, Goodbye is all about. The full trailer of the film was released via Facebook by ABS-CBN Film Productions Inc. (Star Cinema) on Monday, July 1. Watch […]
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The “Heartwarming Cafe” project, organized by the Hypnotherapy and Counselling Association of Asia, has 26 partner cafes and restaurants in Hong Kong who offer free food, drink, and counseling to those suffering from stress or any mental-health related issue. It hopes to hold out a helping hand and allow people to open up about their […]
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A number of posts on social media recently brought our attention to one surprising fact: dried Talisay (Indian Almond) leaves are actually a pretty popular item on online sites here in the Philippines. People were generally confused about the need to buy or sell something like dried leaves online but others were quick to inform that […]
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Much like Taiwan’s famous Rainbow Village in the Nantung District, this village in the Siaying District was revitalized through the help of imaginative murals. This neighborhood in Weiming Street, Taiwan is known to many for its colorful representations of beloved cartoon characters with a special focus on Winnie the Pooh. (96-Year-Old Man Turns Home Into ‘Rainbow […]
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After going through a series of competitions and intensive training, six high school students were chosen to represent the country in the 60th International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) from July 11-22, 2019 in Bath, United Kingdom. Team Leader Dr. Richard B. Eden and Deputy Leader Dr. Christian Paul O. Chan Shio, both of Ateneo de Manila […]
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‘Puppy Therapy’ is basically sessions where you can play, cuddle, and interact with some puppies. The activity is meant to be therapeutic in the sense that it allows you to relax and let off some steam. After all, who doesn’t love playing with puppies? (These adorable cheetahs are so shy that they have ‘emotional support […]
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A long-held common belief is that couples who are completely harmonious in their relationships and never fight are more likely to work out in the long run. Different studies in psychology are now delving into this misconception in order to show how fights can actually be healthy in relationships sometimes. The caveat is that there […]
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Voltes V may be a Japanese import, but we all grew up watching the Voltes Team fight alien invaders from planet Boazan. Each day, many generations of Filipino kids tuned in to watch Ken’ichi, Daijiro, Hiyoshi, Megumi, and Ippei Mine volt in to fight evil. Its cultural influence is so powerful that many people still watch […]
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