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  1. Editorial: Steadily increasingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sun-Star

    SIX hundred fifty new cases of human immunodeficiency virus have been reported on the December 2015 HIV/Aids Registry of the Philippines. The number is 28 percent higher compared to the same period last year's 509.

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  2. BAGUIO. A young tourist enjoys taking a selfie in one of the featured ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sun-Star

    BAGUIO. A young tourist enjoys taking a selfie in one of the featured landscape at the Market Encounter along Lakedrive Burnham Park as part of the monthlong Panagbenga celebration.

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  3. Body of Riyadh OFW arrives in CebuRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sun-Star

    Home at last. The body of overseas Filipino worker Lotis Camocamo's arrives at the Mactan airport, accompanied by her husband Domingo .

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  4. Mactan resorts brace for trafficRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sun-Star

    Calm Before the Storm. In this photo taken Sunday, warning signs are ready to be put in place for the closure of one lane of the first Mandaue-Mactan bridge.

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  5. Hotel Okura To Open Luxury Property In Phnom PenhRead the original story

    Yesterday | Hotel Interactive

    Hotel Okura Co., Ltd. announced today that it signed a contract with TEHO Development Cambodia Pte Ltd. to develop and manage The Okura Prestige Phnom Penh, a luxury hotel to be opened in Cambodia's capital in 2019. Hotel Okura will be the first Japanese hotelier to enter the luxury market in Cambodia, a rapidly growing market for both business and leisure travel.

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  6. Chinese ring in Year of the MonkeyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Toledo Blade

    Chinese and others around Asia flocked to temples and fairs to pray for good health and fortune today, the first day of the Lunar New Year. In Beijing, hundreds of thousands of people visited traditional fairs held in parks, as well as Buddhist and Taoist temples offering singing and dance performances and open-air markets selling handicrafts.

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  7. PAL announces the launching of its non-stop LAX-Cebu flight on March 15Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 22, 2015 | Weekend Balita

    LOS ANGELES aS' Philippine Airlines is expanding its United States service with the launching of its non-stop flight from Los Angeles to Cebu, an executive of the Philippines' national flag carrier announced. The launch of the flights between Cebu and Los Angeles coincides with the airline's 75th founding anniversary on March 15, said Jemma Saranillo, PAL Los Angeles Sales Manager during the Roadshow Presentation held at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles last Wednesday, February 3. According to Ms.

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  8. Fireworks and dragon dances usher in Year of the MonkeyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Al Jazeera

    From China to Mexico, colourful festivities got underway on Monday as people welcomed the first day of the Year of the Monkey. In China's capital Beijing the Lunar New Year was rung in by the striking of a large bell which is believed to help drive away bad luck and bring good fortune.

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  9. Mercado: Alex C: MCN to AbekaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Sun-Star

    Until he argued his advocacy before Sen. Grace Poe and Sen. Chiz Escudero, long after local business and local officials vainly harped on Clark airport development, nothing has been done about it. His meeting with the two recently brought phenomenal results.

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  10. Random conversations with Uber driversRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | Ambot ah!

    For several months now, I've been taking Uber at least once a week. This is usually during my coding days or if my schedules are tight that taking the car to a meeting and looking for parking will just be a huge hassle.

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  11. Dual airport system to solve congestion at NAIA - " officialRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 6 | Sun-Star

    A former official of the Clark International Airport Corporation said that the "dual airport system" will solve congestion at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport . Alex Cauguiran, former CIAC executive vice president, said that the concept of a "dual airport system" should be the immediate response to the issue of heavy congestion at the NAIA.

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  12. World's Richest Travellers Prefer PanamaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 6 | Marine News

    According to AFP Relaxnews, Panama saw the most growth in interest among the world's richest jetsetters for travel this winter and spring. Panama saw the most significant growth in bookings - 107 per cent - compared to the previous year for the travel period between January and March of 2016, says luxury travel boutique Virtuoso.

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  13. Gong Xi Fa Cai and Recipes to Welcome The Year of the MonkeyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | The Sassy Lawyer's Journal

    For the month of January on Southeast Asian Food at About.com , I focused on food and cooked dishes associated with the Chinese New Year. The Chinese New Year may be a Chinese holiday but it is celebrated almost everywhere in the world, including Southeast Asia.

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  14. Public Artwork by JEFRË Opens in ManilaRead the original story

    Friday Feb 5 | BroadwayWorld.com

    Jefre Manuel Figueras, who goes by the name JEFR, has been commissioned by property giant and The Philippines' largest mall developer, SM Prime Holdings, to create four sculptures at upscale shopping mall in Manila, SM Aura. JEFRE is the first artist to have worked with SM Prime.

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  15. Ex-CIAC exec: Transfer turboprop aircraft from Naia to Clark airportRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | Sun-Star

    A former official of Clark International Airport Corporation said that aircraft with turbo propeller engines will no longer be allowed to fly at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport . Alex Cauguiran, former CIAC executive vice president, said that use of turboprops contributes to congestion of NAIA runway system, aircraft stands and parking bays.

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  16. Pangilinan: Snapshots and SnippetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | Sun-Star

    FEBRUARY in the Philippines ushers in not only the month of hearts, but more importantly the month of and for the arts. By virtue of Presidential Proclamation No.

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    Thursday Feb 4 | Stranger in Paradise

    The Philippines is my new favorite destination within easy reach of Indonesia: it has a crazy cosmopolitan capitol , incredible diving and scenic attractions; great cheap hotels, many massage options and wonderful museums. I had not been back for 15 years and was pleasantly surprised to find a clean efficient airport and navigable roads and a revamped Intramuros - a 17th Century walled township built by the Spanish on the former Moslem settlement of Manila, controlled by Raja Suleiman - where I stayed at the quaint old Rafflesesque White Knight Hotel next to the 16th Century St. Agustin Church off San Luis Square.

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  18. Changing face of Lunar New Year holiday in KoreaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | Korea Herald

    A mass migration is underway this weekend as tens of thousands of Koreans travel home for the Lunar New Year, Seollal. The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport estimates that a total of 36 million will be on the move, about 70 percent of the total population.

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  19. Large Minority Travel kicks-off 2016 with the most exciting adventure challenge of the yearRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 4 | PR Log

    The adventure travel company that has been providing punters with once-in-a-lifetime tuk-tuk rallies in both Sri Lanka and Cambodia for eight years, have just finalised the itinerary for their adrenaline-fuelled nine-day Philippines Sailing Challenge LONDON - Feb. 4, 2016 - PRLog -- Large Minority - the adventure travel company that has been providing punters with once-in-a-lifetime tuk-tuk rallies in both Sri Lanka around some of the Philippines most pristine and untouched islands.

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  20. The end of the lineRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | The Economist

    Call centres have created millions of good jobs in the emerging world. Technology threatens to take those jobs away again WHETHER in Nairobi or Albuquerque, a shopping centre is not really a shopping centre unless it has at least two anchor tenants.

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