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6 HIV /AIDS case recorded each day in Taiwan?

The Ministry of Health and Welfare has issued a new data of of HIV/AIDS positive case. It raises to a total of 1,991 new HIV positive cases. This is the new data for the first 10 months of this year. Predominantly among young adults and middle-aged men, so it comes out that there are 6 people a day is infected with HIV/AIDS.

According to the ministry, 33,018 individuals had been diagnosed HIV positive in Taiwan as of the end of October. The age is ranging mostly in the 25-34 years old.

The major  cause of the HIV /AIDS case is due to unsafe sex. Last 2015 the data had been collected are between 15-34 years old had been affected.

The highest percentage of the data are those are engaged in homosexual activity. while the rest are involved in the heterosexual activity.

CDC deputy head Chuang Jen-hsiang (莊人祥) called for people to practice safe sex and take other measures to prevent the spread of AIDS.

Including in the data are the foreign workers that had been diagnosed with HIV/AIDS.



All Overseas Filipino Workers  are not exempted from Terminal fee, it is included in the plane ticket fee everytime we go and back to the Philippines. But The Department of Transportation (DOTr) have a good news for all OFW because starting March 2017, all OFW are free of airport fee.

Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) General Manager Ed Monreal, noted that airlines have agreed in principle to automatically relieve OFWs who purchased abroad their return tickets to the Philippines from paying the terminal fee.

“Airlines have already agreed in principle, so, hopefully by March 2017, mawala na ang pangamba ng ating mga OFWs sa pagbabayad ng terminal fee,” Monreal said.

The P550 terminal fee is currently integrated with the ticket fee and is given back through MIAA refund counters at airports.

On March 2017 it will be fully operational for all OFW. And for now, until next year the Airline companies are updating the programs and systems for this policy.


Taiwan one day exit policy for migrant workers

The Ministry of Labor in Taiwan had issued new policies under the newly amended law for the foreign workers which had been effective since November 5, 2015.

Here are the initial policies for the amended law.

1.  If the worker's contract is expiring  on Nov. 6 onwards, he/she is eligible in this newly amended law. The broker or employer should immediately pass the documents especially the ARC to Ministry of Labor for renewal.

2. If the employer  has not rehired you or re-employed, you have the right to find a new employer or accept a referral from other company before your contract in Taiwan expired. The process is just the same on the above mention. The new employer will be in charge of renewing all the documents.

In the new amendments NO MORE BROKERS FEE but a monthly NT$1500 will be deducted from the salary for a SERVICE FEE.  Then medical fee NT$2000, and NT$1000 for yearly renewal of ARC.

3. If any problem regarding the newly amended law, the foreign worker is free to call the hotline 1955. If the broker or employer is requiring you to pay NT$10,000 to NT$30,000 for the so-called processing fee or any, do not hesitate to call the hotline 1955.
The penalties of the above mention are still on deliberation.

4. If any caretakers or caregiver who wish to work in manufacturing company should have the background before applying. The maximum limit of stay for caretakers and caregivers is 14 years, while factory workers are 12 years only.

5. Before going for a vacation, everything must be settled. All needed documents to be renewed must be submitted and confirmed for renewal.

Other new policies for the newly amended law soon to follow.



The death penalty has been suspended since 2006 with the enactment of Republic Act No. 9346, or “An Act Prohibiting the Imposition of Death Penalty in the Philippines.”

Many are against the death penalty, especially the religious group. But during the campaigned period of President Duterte. He said, he wants to reimpose death penalty for heinous crimes and that his preferred method was by hanging.

The sub-panel on judicial reform approved the hearing on imposition of death penalty. The proposal to bring back capital punishment for heinous crimes was approved by six lawmakers present at the hearing, while five voted for the proposal limiting the death penalty to drug-related crimes.

Those who voted in favor of the substitute bill for House Bill 1 were: Representatives Fredenil Castro of Capiz, Aurelio Gonzalez Jr. of Pampanga, Arturo Defensor Jr. of Iloilo, Robert Ace Barbers of Surigao del Norte, Alfredo Garbin Jr. of AKO Bicol party-list and Sharon Garin of AAMBIS-OWA party-list.

The five who voted to impose the death penalty only for drug-related offenses were: Representatives Eric Singson of Ilocos Norte, Luis Campos of Makati, Eugene De Vera of ABS party-list, Roger Mercado of Southern Leyte and Victoria Noel of An Waray party-list.

Representatives Ramon Rocamora of Siquijor and Lawrence Fortun of Agusan del Norte had abstained from voting because they are opposed to either measure.

Meanwhile, Albay Rep. Edcel Lagman ignored the proposal because according to him it is "railroading".

The approved substitute measure will be tackled by all members of the justice committee. The proposal aims to address the heinous crimes for which death penalty will be imposed under the substitute bill are trafficking in illegal drugs, arson, and carnapping.



The Taiwan government have once again reminded all foreign worker who is engaged in illegal relationships like engaging with married workers.  The government had warned the foreigner for increasing data of illegal relationships.

Here is the message from the Government of Taiwan.

" All foreign colleagues during work in Taiwan shall not associate and have sexual intercourse with the  married persons ( Foreigners or Taiwanese) and the juveniles(Taiwanese), so as not to commit the Offenses Against Marriage and Family, in accordance with the Criminal Code of the Republic of China. Once the person involved is prosecuted (by the spouse or parents of the other party) and convicted of this offense, the person involved will be  sentenced to the serious imprisonment for not more than 10 years. Then the colleagues will not only be required to serve their sentences in Taiwan, and will be deported after serving the sentence, but will be unable to receive a clearance certificate, for committing the Criminal Code of the Republic of China; further affecting the opportunity to work abroad in the future. The impact is also lifelong, and the colleagues must be very careful to refrain yourselves from such mistake."

A Thousand families had been destroyed, thousand of the colleagues are engaged in a relationship. Think and remember your vows  to your family and partner before doing so.



Have you wonder if the food  heated or cook from a microwave oven is safe or not? Today people in terms of preparing foods wants always the quickest way. At work or home, everybody wants things being done in a fast way.

In our growing and developing society, people are busy, so people tend to eat as fast as they can. Fast foods are very popular nowadays. And most people uses the microwave oven at home for cooking or reheating foods which are more efficient and time savings.

Yes, we eat our foods easily without any hassle, we can serve them right away in our table. But there are certain health issues which most of us ignore. Most of the fast food chain and houses are using the microwave in cooking or reheating foo

What are the side effects of cook and heated foods from the microwave oven? 
-Continuous use of microwave , or continuous eating fo foods that been reheated or cook will slowly and continuously weaken our body

- Cancer cells are ignited which cause to develop tumors, colon cancer, or even brain damage which shorten the electrical impulse produced by the brain.

-Too many exposures to microwave oven will cause hormonal production abnormalities both in male and female.

How a reheated or cooked foods in microwave oven affects our body?
here are some examples of foods that has certain change if consumed.

-Vegetables that had been reheated or cooked through microwave oven will be converted as cancerous radicals rather than helpful minerals.

-Vitamins, minerals and other essential  nutrients present in the food can turn into harmful substances which cannot be broken or absorbed by our body. So this will ignite the cancer cells to form into active cancer.



Here are some of the new and revised Anti-sexual act that everybody should know. Some revisions of the bill still pending in the supreme court waiting for approval. And if the law is amended like the Anti-rape act, the former law covers the suspect from age 18 and above, but on the amended law, it will cover from age 12 and above.

1) Senate Bill No. 1250 or the Anti-Sexual Harassment Bill

This bill aims to penalize acts of sexual harassment conducted by subordinates on their superiors.

2) Senate Bill No. 1251 or the Gender-Based Electronic Violence

A bill that promotes responsible social media activity by penalizing individuals that post-gender offensive content including homophobic and misogynistic posts online.

3) Senate Bill No. 1252 or the Anti-Rape Act

Under this bill, the age of statutory rape will be 12 years old instead of the current 18.

Committing rape as a hate crime, recording rape on video and using one's authority to manipulate a person into rape will also increase the gravity of the crime.



Ronnie Dayan a former driver,bodyguard and boyfriend of Sen. De Lima had ended the issue about the sex video with Sen. De Lima circulating around social media. During the hearing in the House of Representative, he said, ""Wala pong katotohanan yun, Sir. Kung meron mang kumuha, hindi yun galing sa cellphone ko,"

Ronnie Dayan was been arrested by the authorities, for the congress had contempt him for ignoring the summoned. He was been interrogated by some congressman with regards on his relationship with Sen. De Lima.

The controversies with the alleged sex video of Sen. De Lima were first to mention last 2014. and also it was been ignited when De Lima's former bodyguard, Joenel Sanchez had claimed that the video exists.

Meanwhile, Sen. De Lima repeatedly denied the allegations of the existence of sex video with her ex-boyfriend Ronnie Dayan.


A viral video of a protester against the Pres. Donald Trump circulating around the social media for her act like a toddler with a tantrum, she was screaming out loud. The police had lifted her but she continues to scream.
She was been arrested for she had tossed water on Trump's supporters.

Meanwhile, the viral video gains more reactions why she should be arrested and should she be a charge of what case? For tossing a water to your enemy or anyone is a big case?

video credit to @JoeRoetz



A non-government organization is now most talk in social media about helping the poorest of the poor children in the streets of Metro Manila.
A group was named as "Duterte's Kitchen" is serving the poor along Cubao, Quezon City. This charity was brought to Manila same as in Davao City, the Duterte's Foundation wherein they helping the children from the poorest of the poor. They are serving the street children through giving them free foods, drinks, and teaching how to read and write and other curricular activities.


The foundation mission is to help the poor street children through feeding, teaching academics and other curricular activities so that time comes that all poor children will have a decent life,decent homes, and a family.


After both hearing from the Senate wherein Kerwin Espinosa testifies on his involvement in illegal drug trade. And also Ronnie Dayan from the House of Representative. The allegations they are throwing to Sen. De lima seems to have discrepancies.

During the Senate hearing Kerwin Espinosa's testimony was he handed money to Ronnie in the year 2015 but Ronnie Dayan's testimony in House of Congress said he received money from Kerwin Espinosa in the year 2014. There had been confusion between the testimonies if they are really telling the truth. Some senators are not convinced with the testimony of Kerwin Espinosa in his allegations to Sen. De Lima.

List of discrepancies
1.  Espinosa said he gave Dayan the money from August 2015 to early 2016.

2. Dayan said Espinosa handed him money for De Lima once in August 2014, once in October 2014, and three times in November 2014.

3. The last time that Espinosa allegedly gave money was in a parking lot of the place where he was staying in Baguio City.

4. Dayan said Espinosa checked in at the place on November 19, 2014, and he met with De Lima three days later or on November 22, 2014

5. Dayan insisted that all his meet-ups with Espinosa happened in 2014.

6. "Sa February 2015 [na sinabi ni Espinosa], wala na po ako doon, resigned na po ako noon [as De Lima's driver-bodyguard]," said Dayan.

7. Dayan said he was already in Pangasinan in February 2016, the month that Espinosa said he made his last delivery of cash.

8. Espinosa had claimed that the first delivery of cash happened on the fourth floor of the SM Mall of Asia parking lot. However, Dayan said the delivery of the money at that parking lot was already their fourth meet-up.

9. Dayan also recounted that Espinosa asked him to just call him by his nickname, "Batman" on their third meeting, and not earlier, as claimed by Espinosa

10. The venue in Baguio, Espinosa said he pulled over just behind Dayan's car at the parking lot of the Burnham Park. However, Dayan said the delivery happened at the parking lot of the "Alexandria Residences" where Espinosa was staying

11. Dayan said he and Espinosa met up five times, while Espinosa said they met only four times.



After a month of speculations if who is the real owner of the white house located in Urbiztondo, Pangasinan. Finally, Ronnie Dayan during the hearing in congress admitted that the white house was owned by him.

He was been asked if how he had acquired such a big house if his work is driver and bodyguard? he said his former boss, Sen. Leila de Lima, gave him P2 million in 2007 to purchase a house and lot in Pangasinan.

During the committee hearing of the house of justice, he admitted that he received some financial help from Sen. De lima, and the rest was from his savings in building the white house.

"Ang totoo ay noong 2007, humingi ako kay ma'am ng P120,000 pambili nung lupa. Sa pagtayo ng bahay, nasa P800,000 ang naggaling sa ipon ko at yung P2,000,000.00 galing kay ma'am," Dayan said.

The two-storey "white house" had been so many controversies but according to the Municipal Assessor's Office, the house was registered in Ronnie Dayan's sibling.


Ronnie Dayan was faced with the media this night at the house of the representative. Some allegations still were not answered involving with drug trade case. He was been asked if he was receiving money from the drug lords, and he strongly denied the allegations.

And he was asked if he received money from Kerwin Espinosa, " kay Kerwin meron akong natatanggap para po kay Senadora po,"

When asked if when did it started receiving money from Kerwin, " 2014 pa po yun bago mag-election, bago si Mam mag-decide tumakbo, "

And asked how many times he received money, " 5 bese lang po Sir."
He only received up to the year 2014 only and he has no idea how much money he received from Kerwin.

And he also confirmed that Sen. De Lima instruct him to receive money from Kerwin.

Now he was been asked if can give general statements with regards to his involvement with drugs because his name always been mention during  congress inquiry.

"Sa drugs never po ako nagtake ng drugs, never po ako nagbenta ng drugs, talagang ayaw ko hu sa drugs na yan, 'yung pagkakadawit sa akin sa drugs ay gawagawa lang nila yun, hindi ho totoo yun na ako'y nagbenta ng isang kilong drugs, kung sino sino tao ang involve sa akin hindi ko pa naman sila nakikita... sa bilibid"



Ronnie Dayan a former bodyguard and driver and alleged bagman and boyfriend of Sen. De Lima were been presented by Gen. Bato at Camp Crame this afternoon after he was been arrested in Province of La Union this morning.

Dayan narrated how he try to escape from the authorities and how he had been arrested. He was been asked if he was been protected by somebody during his  escape, but he strongly denies the allegations. According to him, no one helps him in his hiding but only his relatives.

He was been asked with regards to his relationship with Sen. De Lima. He said "Totoo po may relasyon kami.. 7 years po.

Dayan also admits that they are already living together with Sen. De Lima before in one house or live-in.

Some questions by the media were not been answered by Mr. Dayan, he will only talk about the issue on the congress hearing.


President Rodrigo Duterte  ordered  all commissioners of the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) to resign

“I am demanding they all resign,” the President said, citing both internal and intelligence reports indicating systemic corruption in the agency.

He said he received and read the reports of the controversy involving the death of ERC director Francisco Villa Jr., who killed himself on Nov. 9 and left suicide notes expressing his problems on the job.

The Villa family, meanwhile, expressed gratitude for Duterte's prompt action on the corruption allegations.

"We, the family of Jun Villa, are deeply and profoundly humbled and so grateful for the attention of Pres. Duterte to shed light over our tragic loss... We thank the President for taking the first step towards reforms in power industry which will benefit consumers and the economy," their statement read.

Villa’s sister, journalist Charie Villa, said the notes showed that he had been under stifling pressure to approve procurement contracts without bidding or hire consultants as chair of ERC’s bids and awards committee.

“They really abused the [system]… just like in the past,” Mr. Duterte said, speaking to reporters before heading back to Manila after his participation at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) summit here.

He also said he would ask Congress to either “disband” or “reorganize” the ERC and to file charges against the erring officials.

“I leave it to the implementor. All these officials will have a choice: I will demand from Congress to disband [ERC] or leave them without a budget, and/or file cases simultaneous,” Mr. Duterte said.

The President said ERC officials should prepare themselves.

“My source was a document. Now it’s a matter of government lawyers

The president said he received internal and intelligence report about anomalies in the ERC including having too many consultants, and how its officials deal with contracts

Duterte clarified  that he is asking ERC officials, not the rank and file to resign

The current commissioners of the ERC are Alfredo Non, Atty. Gloria Victoria Yap-Taruc, Atty. Josefina Patricia Asirit, and Geronimo Sta. Ana.

Duterte also ordered the immediate probe of ERC, adding there will be "no sacred cows" in the investigation. Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar, however, said it is still unclear as to which body will hold the investigation.

ERC Chairman Jose Vicente Salazar said he is concerned with the allegations. Earlier, he also called for a probe and guaranteed a fair and impartial inquiry on the issue.



    The kidney is an organ located in the lower back of the body. It plays an important role because it help us eliminates toxins in our bladder. Once we experience this failure it will be dangerous for us because it can lead to death.

Here some symptoms of kidney failure
• seizures
• pain
• fatigue
• the amount of urine become smaller
Kinds Of Kidney Failure
• chronic post-renal kidney
• acute intrinsic kidney
• acute pre-renal kidney

Kidney Treatment
There are various ways of medication for kidney failure but it always depends on what kind of kidney failure do you have. Here some:
• Kidney Transplant
• Dialysis

To Avoid Kidney Failure?
    We can avoid this failure by not eating too much food like salty foods, junk foods, instant noodles and all preservative foods. Eating less of this we can make sure our kidney is healthy and through avoiding this food we can maintain our body to be fit and healthy.



Another family seems to be broken, a case of OFW wherein her husband is working in Taiwan got engaged with another partner? There is a picture of a man who committed concubinage against her wife.

The story was her husband is working in Taiwan and while she was working in  Malaysia. They are legally married. But come to surprise her when she saw the picture of his husband from a girl on facebook.

The wife tried to punish her husband so what he did was to publish the picture she got from the girl's account. She wanted her husband to feel the shame they were done.

Meanwhile, the friends and other social media friends are advising her to take an action suing her husband so that it will put to jail for what he had done.

There are so many cases in abroad entering into an illegal relationship. The agencies before the deployment of the workers are always reminding to keep away with this situation especially when they are married.

What are the case can be applied here?

CONCUBINAGE -  This case is applicable to your husband if found out that he is cheating you. This case is only applicable to the legal wife. But if you are not legally married but with children, you can still apply the case.
ADULTERY- This case is applicable to your wife who had cheated you. Now if you are legally married then is the case you should file.

How to file the case?

 1. Approach any DSWD Office nearest you. Apply the case first in this agency so that you will be protected by the FAMILY CODE or protection against women and children. Then after gathering of information, the DSWD will be sending a legal letter to the respondent. The respondent is only given one month to answer the complaint. After that, if no answer received from the respondent, the DSWD will waive the rights to issue a warrant of arrest against the respondents.

2. Approach the POEA for filing the case and Philippine Embassy for deportation of the respondents. At the Airport they will be directly brought to jail and face the consequences.


Most of the protester against Pres. Marcos are youth. There is always a question in my mind, do this student really know what they are fighting for? or do they really know what they are shouting in the streets? Or maybe they have just been influenced by the feeling of vengeance by some personalities seeking justice against Pres. Marcos.

There are so many critics in social media for youth had been participating in rallies and other organize groups for the protester were not yet born during the Marcos regime. Youth are just been influenced by the feeling of other people who had been the victims of Martial Law.
And as of today no one in the court case had been won directly involving late Pres. Marcos.

The very alarming situation some Teachers or School had to organize the protest using the children, the photos above are gaining critics why the teachers and school had allowed these children to be used in protest, instead, the children must be in school and taught about what is good moral but why there are being used for vengeance and some's personal interest?

One of the Bishop's calls for forgiveness and even the Pres. Duterte asks for forgiveness instead of hatred. We are Christians and being Christians means forgiveness.

The CHR, DSWD, and Department of Education should look into this matter for what and why these innocent children holding the banners.



There are so many protests against Pres. Marcos burial in some parts  of Manila and some area in the Philippines but the big question, have they appealed to the supreme court for the suspension of the burial in Libingan ng mga Bayani? No one filed the petition for the suspension of the burial, so the Marcos has the right to continue after they win the case which was voted by the judges with 9-5.

No prohibition to the burial because the 9-5 decision of the court on Nov. 8 upholding Mr. Duterte’s decision also lifted the status quo ante order issued by the tribunal in September. According to Theodore Te spokesperson of Supreme Court.

Te said the Supreme Court was “in between sessions”  and only Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno could have issued a temporary restraining order to stop the burial “if there is a request and a written recommendation” from the writer of the decision, Associate Justice Diosdado Peralta.

Meanwhile, the The National Union of Public Lawyers (NUPL), counsel for the petitioners, said they would file an urgent motion for contempt and show cause against former first lady Imelda Marcos and her family, the Armed Forces of the Philippines and the Philippine National Police for the “premature and hasty execution of the Supreme Court ruling, which had not yet become final and executory.

“The military, police, and top government officials [are] obviously in conspiracy with the Marcos family for [a] sneaky and shameless hero’s burial. It was premeditated and orchestrated to jump the gun on protests and possible reversal or deferral of court decision. Very Marcosian,” NUPL secretary general Edre Olalia said.



Manila Philippines (November 18, 2016) - The late dictator Pres. Marcos is set to burry at Libingan ng mga Bayani at exactly 12:00 pm Manila standard time.

The remains will be flewed from Laoag, Ilocos Norte to Libingan ng mga Bayani in Manila. The Province of Ilocos is on full alert in connection of late Pres. Marcos burial. Battalion of Arm forces was deployed in Ilocos as well as in Manila.

The Marcos family had just announced the burial today, this was made for the security purposes.

Meanwhile,  the rallies and other groups against Pres. Marcos had gathered immediately for the condemnation of the burial, yet they cannot penetrate the Libingan ng mga Bayani due to full deployment of Police and Army.




Miaoli, Taiwan (November 17, 2016)- A body of an Overseas Filipino worker found hanging in his room. The rescue team came to help the OFW, wherein at that time the OFW said to have a pulse and was rushed to the hospital but declared dead on arrival.

photo credit to owner
The OFW  was identified as Richard Buctot from Cebu. He is newly in Taiwan and came just three days ago . His new employer was Gintech company. The incident happened in his room  at Champion dormitory, Zhunan Township, Miaoli Taiwan. His co-workers said that Richard and his batchmates were about to report to their employee for orientation and while waiting for the depart he decided to come back to his room for had missed something. After that when the group was about to depart one of his batchmates told the management that Richard had not yet come back, so the management calls the attention of Richard through paging . After that, a friend of him had heard the paging so he went to the room to check Richard, but no one answered so his friend went to his bed to check and see if Richard is in his bed and suddenly he found out the body of Richard hanging in the room with cable wire in his neck. before the incident happened some say that he had felt some unexplainable feeling like "kulam", and other say he had seen some unexplainable elemental scenery. And other say due to a family problem and financial problem.

Meanwhile, The Catholic Parish priest in Miaoli County, Champion Management, and his Co-workers had offered a mass which had been held in his room for his eternal repose this night.

MECO and other concern authorities are now coordinating with his family and handling the case for deporting the corpse of the OFW to his hometown in Cebu, Philippines.



Finally, after Voting 9-5, the Supreme Court voted to allow the burial of the late President Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng Mga Bayani (Heroes’ Cemetery).

The nine high court justices who voted to allow the burial are Associate Justices Arturo Brion, Presbitero Velasco Jr, Diosdado Peralta, Lucas Bersamin, Mariano del Castillo, Jose Perez, Teresita de Castro, Jose Mendoza, and Estela Perlas-Bernabe.

The justice who dissented were Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno, together with Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio, and Associate Justices Marvic Leonen, Francis Jardeleza, and Alfredo Benjamin Caguioa.

The “shocked” petitioners against the Marcos burial at the Libingan ng Mga Bayani, immediately held a press conference criticizing the high court for its decision, while the supporters of the Marcos camp holding a vigil at the Supreme Court rejoiced.

Senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr., said he was “very happy” that he could finally bury his father at the Heroes’ Cemetery.

“We are very grateful to the Supreme Court for its decision,” he said in an interview by CNN Philippines.

He said this was a recognition of the rights of his father as a soldier and a former president of the country.

He also thanked President Duterte for his “strong support for the rule of law.”

Senator Marcos, who was in Tacloban City in an event remembering the third anniversary of the Yolanda tragedy, said the decision was “an important step to the healing process and the reconciliation process.”

Cherry Cobarrubias, one of the known Marcos loyalists, said, “I’m really happy.  The Holy Spirit really enlightened the justices.”

“That's Enough.  We have to forgive each other.  We have to move on,” she said to the anti-Marcos activists who continue to oppose the controversial burial at the Libingan ng Mga Bayani.

While the Marcos camp and the Marcos supporters rejoiced, the anti-Marcos activists who were among the petitioners who tried to stop the planned burial of Marcos at the Heroes’ Cemetery, said they were “sad and shocked”.

President Duterte on Wednesday stood firm on his decision, upheld by a 9-5 vote of the Supreme Court, allowing the burial of the dictator Ferdinand Marcos at Libingan ng Mga Bayani.

the President shrugged off the contention by leftist groups and victims of martial law atrocities that Marcos was no hero and did not deserve to be buried at the heroes’ cemetery

“The question … about the dictatorship of Marcos is something which cannot be determined at this time. It has to have history,” he said.

“That part of the sins of Marcos has yet to be proven by a competent court,” he said. Allegations about Marcos’ stolen wealth “is an altogether different issue.”

In a decision announced the high tribunal threw out seven petitions against the burial of Marcos at Libingan, declaring that there was no abuse of discretion committed by Mr. Duterte in allowing the interment of the dictator there.

Mr. Marcos, ousted in the 1986 Edsa People Power Revolution, died at the age of 72 while in exile in Hawaii three years later. His body, returned to the Philippines in July 1993, is in the family mausoleum in his Batac, Ilocos Norte, hometown.

Told that Senate President Aquilino Pimentel III planned to seek a reconsideration of the court decision, Mr. Duterte said:  “The law says that soldiers and ex-Presidents who died can be buried there… I simply follow the law. We cannot do anything about it. The law itself says that … Ferdinand Marcos was a President and he was a soldier.”

“The law is the law. It has no emotions at all. It says that if you are a President (you can be buried there). It does not say you have a record of a dictatorship or what not, or being a gentle despot. It does not say anything like that,” Duterte repeated in Davao City on Friday, where he spoke at an event recognizing the humanitarian deeds of his late mother, Soledad Duterte.

Lorenzana said the 21-gun salute would be executed by a seven-man team, who would fire three shots each in succession.

Lorenzana said all the necessary arrangements had already been done for Marcos’ burial at the Libingan, including the excavation of the grave. Only the date was being finalized.

“In giving Marcos a hero’s burial, he would virtually be spitting on the graves of the tens of thousands of martyrs who laid down their lives in the struggle to end the puppet, brutal and rotten Marcos dictatorship,” the CPP said.

Duterte had said he was not honoring Marcos as a hero but a soldier and a former president.

“The law said that soldiers and the president could be buried there,” Duterte said.

The CPP said Duterte “will bring to question his own assertions of being a Leftist considering that the Marcos dictatorship is the epitome of the anti-Left.”

“If Duterte allows Marcos’ body to be dug up from Ilocos Norte and re-interred with hero’s burial, he would have provided the Marcoses with the ultimate act of rehabilitation,” the CPP said.

Former President Ferdinand Marcos body has been placed in an air-conditioned glass coffin inside a mausoleum in Ilocos Norte. There have been speculations that the actual remains have been buried and the body seen in the glass case is a wax figure.)

The Malacanang palace has already decided about the burial of late President Ferdinand Marcos in Libingang ng Mga Bayani before this year ended.

According to president spokesman Ernesto Abella even if there no specific date about the burial of late President Ferdinand Marcos but it is already nearest in the future and he also added this year would not end the burial of late strongman Marcos concede on his burial

However there a rumored that the government wanted to the public the hidden wealth of Marcos. the Swiss  account that revealed their ill-gotten wealth that if the former president got buried in the Libingan ng Mga Bayani that account would reveal in public and could be surrender  to Duterte's Administration.

When Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr was 26, living in Hawaii after his father was deposed by a people power rebellion in February 1986, a first-hand account shows that he was privy to the Marcos deposits in the Swiss banks, particularly Credit Suisse. It is not clear if he knew the amounts involved but these were estimated at $10 to $20 billion, alleged to have been illicit wealth. Part of this has since been transferred to the Philippine government.

De Guzman was a high-flying banker who headed an investment firm in Manila in the late 1970s and early 1980s. He later formed a bank in Austria and spent much of his time there. He had known Bongbong and even hosted him once when he visited Vienna.

De Guzman testified in 2 Congressional investigations on “Operation Big Bird,” a sting operation to recover the Marcos ill-gotten deposits hidden in the then secretive banks of Switzerland.

One of the first things De Guzman did, immediately after the EDSA rebellion, was to seek a meeting with the Marcoses. His aim was to acquire letters designating him to transfer the Marcos deposits to his bank in Vienna before these were frozen by the Swiss government. He would then turn these over to the Philippine government and be paid a certain percentage of the total find.

At the time, President Ferdinand Marcos was ailing. In the temporary quarters of the Marcoses in Hickam Air Force base in Honolulu, there seemed to be nervousness in the air and some uncertainty about the state of their enormous Swiss deposits. This contributed to De Guzman's initial success – he came at an early time and made the first offer to rescue their wealth.

The past should be unfolded for the better tomorrow of every Filipinos in the Philippines, the Supreme Court is already decided in favor of former President Ferdinand Marcos.
let's move on.
“The law is the law. It has no emotions at all. It says that if you are a President (you can be buried there). It does not say you have a record of a dictatorship or what not, or being a gentle despot. It does not say anything like that,”



All Public Teachers will be having more merrier Christmas than previous years. The population of Public School Teachers  with 720,000 will be receiving a double bonus this month?

Yes, it was confirmed by Teachers’ Dignity Coalition (TDC). By the end of this year, all public teachers will be receiving from P34,000 to P64,000 which is doubled from previous years?

If you are public teachers the basic salary is P19,077. but now they will be receiving additional incentives from the government such as a minimum of P5,000 in performance-based bonus (PBB); a year-end bonus worth P19,077; P5,000 in cash gift and another P5,000 as productivity enhancement incentive (PEI), this was confirmed by TDC chair Benjo Basas.

“This is an unprecedented amount, The PBB, year-end bonus, and cash gift will all be released this month while the PEI will be given in December,”  he added


Contractualization or "endo," as it cracks down on employers engaged in the practice, one of the country's largest business groups

While firing employees before the end of the six-month probationary period to avoid paying additional benefits is illegal, the labor department should give employment options for "seasonal" and "special" projects,

In the data October 2016 10,000 + is already been regular in their work right now on their data November 2016 24,358 in just one month it already been double the number according to their data after the government released contradict to end of contract of the employees in the Philippines,

Secretary Silvestre Bello III said. were hoping to reduce by 50% about the incidence of the end of a contract and illegal contextualization before the end of this year we will no longer have an end  of contract

but on the other side, it turns to the bloody procedure, the Department of Labor and Employment need to have consultations and meeting to different companies in the Philippines

The Department of Labor and Employment conducted 178 consultations and meeting attended by 12,104 representatives from 8,722 establishment/principal/contractors resulting to the voluntary regularization of 21,515 workers

Aside from that the 11,534 Department of Labor and Employment inspected establishment/principal/contractors and found 227 slot violation affecting 12,338 workers and 1,661 engaged in labor-only contracting with 36,852 affected workers. the  establishment/principal/contractors regularized 2,843 workers

"they don't want the idea of regularization because of unionism and many of them are complaining in that when the employee becomes regular it is difficult to discipline him," Secretary Silvestre Bello III said

According to the department of Labor and Employment, they can do such thing to regularized their employees, on the list of establishment undertaking voluntary compliance lots of them are big companies in the Philippines, however, if some employees lose their job the government provides ENDO fund 200 million pesos for allocating financial assistance for those who lose their job in the middle of  fight against end of contact, along with ENDO fund it also giving some livelihood assistance and training programs.

This is something we have made very clear with this, that the endo must stop, this is what the President wants.
Rodrigo Duterte is working on enhancing the quality of the lives of every  Filipinos.
He is a brave man who gonna do courageous things in accordance with his good will to provide a better life to his countrymen...
Years from now I can clearly see the success of the Philippine government under President Rodrigo Duterte



Health is Wealth that's why we have to take a good care of our body.
Philhealth is one of the government agencies that providing a financial assistance when it comes to taking care of us, it does really help when we got hospitalized Philhealth covered the huge amount of our bills in the hospital.

We all can see the success of Philhealth in providing good care to each member of it under the new  Administration of President Rodrigo Duterte.

the new elected President of Philhealth Ramon Aristoza jr.  is wanted each member of the family of Filipinos a to become a member of Philhealth with  the help of data mapping that recently doing by the Agency.

"We already covered 92% of the population that was our report in 2015 and of course, this is the continuing work in progress until such time but we announce globally that
100% of the entire population track bearing members of Philhealth". Aristoza said

Aside from that Philhealth insurance corporation is  supported in planning to provide one identification card in all government agencies that supervising all the benefits of all Filipino employees.

however, Aristoza said that it won't be easy due to some sensitive issue like costing and data sharing , on the other hand, he said that it's not lost on the hand of PhilHealth member that request unified i.d. system that until now the government cannot give to them

President Rodrigo Duterte pushing for the deployment of more doctors in the Philippine countryside, and better pay for them.
Appalled by recurring reports of inadequate public health services especially for rural Filipinos, Duterte said it is incumbent upon any administration to do what it can to ensure the health and wellbeing of the majority of Filipinos.

Public health indicators showed a “serious imbalance” in terms of access to health services,” Duterte noted in a statement.

He observed that poor regions like parts of Bicol, Eastern Visayas, Caraga and the Autonomous Region have low access to health services, including access to potable water, sanitation facilities, and toilets.
He also noted that although access to basic health care has been improved by the automatic membership to Philhealth of government’s Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) beneficiaries numbering about 4.5 million families, the increasing demand for health services is not being met by adequate health facilities and the appropriate number of medical workers.

“We need to build more health centers and hire medical practitioners to man them,” he said, adding that such professionals must be offered more attractive compensation packages.

In order to provide a good care in the country, we must take good care of each and every member of Pilipino people that is why the Administration of President Rodrigo Duterte is creating and doing such amazing things  that every Filipinos will be benefited...
I salute you with all my respect Mr. President


After a very close polling across the nation, Donald Trump is officially the 45th president of the United States, winning 276 electoral college votes over Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton's 218.

Election night had many voters on edge all the way until the end.
Donald Trump nabbed big states, including Texas, Florida, and the Carolinas. While Hillary tried to hold on, taking New York, Virginia, and Illinois, it just wasn't enough to get the victory.

What can we in Southeast Asia expect now that the unthinkable has happened?

The businessman turned populist Donald Trump has managed to pull off a major upset and has become the 45th President of the United States, beating Hillary Clinton.

At the time of writing, Trump has managed to win at least 276 Electoral College votes, scoring stunning victories in battleground states such as Florida, North Carolina, Ohio and Pennsylvania. This puts him in over the 270 vote threshold for victory. This marks the stunning conclusion of a roller-coaster election, marked by Trump’s heated rhetoric against various groups as well as scandals involving Clinton’s e-mail and her husband Bill’s Foundation.

America, it has to be said, has had its “Duterte moment”: a charismatic but unpredictable populist upending not only the machinations of his country’s political elite but also everything we thought we knew about political science and international affairs.

what can we expect from a Trump presidency? The most obvious answer is that we simply don’t know. Trump is unpredictable. He has managed to make a common cause with the white, working-class and rural Americans.

These are people who feel left out or alienated by changes in American society over the last couple of decades. Many have had looked on as their communities and their livelihoods have been destroyed by free-trade and changes in technology.

The leftward shift in terms of social mores under outgoing President Obama’s rainbow coalition of minorities has come as a shock to the more conservative.

Trump has been able to transform himself from a real estate businessman to a media operator and now one of the republic’s most remarkable politicians. And along the way, he has demonstrated both brilliance and ruthlessness in equal measure.

But again what will this mean for us in Southeast Asia?

The nations of Southeast Asia have grown comfortable with America’s military and political presence for decades as well as its position as the globe's biggest importer. This will all change.

We in Southeast Asia may well be expected to pay for our share of the peace the Americans bring. Certainly, we can forget about Obama’s ambitious pivot to the Asia-Pacific.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership will be history given Trump’s nationalistic and protectionist leanings.
Meanwhile, all of this is taking place as China and Xi Jinping gathers in strength both domestically and internationally   witness President Duterte’s recent pivot to Beijing.

Or perhaps it will not be that bad maybe Trump will instead seek to cut deals with China and Russia, leading to a new sort of global detente.

Congratulations Donald Trump for your victory! Despite all the lies and defamation pushed on by the liberals. CNN is still not recognizing all the electoral votes so far for Trump. Time for BIASED media to figure out an honest way to do their jobs.
The American people are speaking and tired of it I seriously hope you considering suing CNN for their disgusting behavior.

Actually, maybe all that negative media attention on you backfired and probably did more for your cause than any advertising ever will, as it encouraged Americans to think for themselves and form their own opinions.

You stuck to your values from the beginning no matter how many people laughed and mocked you. we look forward to your presidency and your conviction to make America Great Again



Bureau of Custom in the Philippines is one of the worst and corrupt department in the government. There so many reported incidents of corruption yet the government finds it hard to stop. The past administrations had attempted to stop the corruption yet fail, now the present administration of Pres. Duterte is very eager and sincere to stop the corruption in custom. But still, there are some incidents of stealing even if the government had already warned them.

Last week an OFW from Taiwan had sent his balikbayan box to his province in the Philippines. He sends through EEC Taiwan but he was disappointed when his family in the Philippines had told him that the balikbayan box which he sends had been open on one side.

The OFW had been advised to not open the box but to report it to the authority so that they may verify and know what had happened to the balikbayan box.

It is sad that still there some thieves personnel  in the bureau of custom, this is not the first time incident under the new administration. The fears of the OFW are still within.  I remember one of the businessman in China whom I transact with, I am convincing them to open a branch in the Philippines for the expansion of their company, yet they were so hesitant to open because they told me that the Bureau of Custom in the Philippines is one of the most corrupt customs in the world. And I did not argue with them because they know and I know the situation.

So to all OFW with this kind of problems please do not ignore, instead report it to the bureau of custom for legal actions.


How to avail the OWWA Scholarship program?

Trying to find a college scholarship or grant like Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA)Scholarship Program?

Most people think education as a suitable possession that individuals are capable of embracing this investment because of its essential tool to secure a better job at some point and have absolutely dependable resources to participate the demand of our society. To have this, financial assistance is required to make sure that college education is going to be reached.

You will find various channels for some individuals who are successful in acquiring financial resources to finance their college education by means of government scholarship grant such as OWWA Scholarship program for all members.

The national government announced that all documented OFWs who are members of OWWA can avail of the scholarship grants intended for their families, brothers and sisters and other beneficiaries of the OFW members of OWWA who wants to continue their study to any college courses of their choice.

Here're the POEA-OWWA Scholarship Requirements: (Required Documents)

1. Proof of OWWA Membership of the Member – (OFW).
*** Membership verification sheet issued by OWWA Membership Processing Center (MPC) or
*** Official Receipt of Contribution.

2. Proof of Relationship to OWWA Member
*** Birth of Applicant certified by Local Civil Registrar or NCSO (If applicant is child of member-OFW)
*** Birth Certificate of both Applicant and member-OFW certified by Local Civil Registrar or NCSO (If the applicant is brother or sister of the member-OFW).

3. School Records
*** Form 137
*** Transcript of Record

4. Certificate of Good Moral Character issued by Principal/Guidance Counselor

5. Medical Certificate/Clearance issued by Hospital/Clinic accredited by DOH
*** 6 Copies of 2×2 Pictures (Colored)

For more information regarding the OWWA Scholarship program of the POEA and OWWA, you can inquire or ask more information at the OWWA Office located at F.B. Harrison St., Corner Buendia, Pasay City.


Education for Development Scholarship Program (EDSP)

The EDSP is a scholarship grant offered to qualified beneficiaries/dependents of active OWWA members who intend to enroll a 4-5 year baccalaureate course in any preferred colleges/universities. It shall be in the form of financial assistance amounting to a maximum of P60,000.00 per school year.


The scholarship grant is only provided once per family of an active OWWA member –OFW

The dependent applicant must not be a recipient of any other scholarship grants

The dependent-applicant has not previously taken the EDSP qualifying examination and any post-secondary/vocational or undergraduate/college units

Here are the Requirements

The member-OFW must have an active membership with OWWA at the time of the application.

The dependent-applicant must not be more than 21 years of age

The dependent-applicant must have an average grade of at least 80% and belongs to the upper 20% of the 3rd year/high school graduating class

The dependent-applicant must pass the qualifying examination conducted by DOST and belongs to the top 200 examination passer

The dependent-applicant must pass the College Admission Test of the university he/she intends to enroll

Filing of Education for Development Scholarship Program Application

Filing of application starts every June of each school year. Deadline for submission of application is every first week of August of each year or as prescribed by ROCS based on the scheduled qualifying exam conducted by DOST

An applicant must be 4th-year high school student and belongs to the graduating class at the time of the application

Application with incomplete documentary requirements will not be accepted

Applications are subject to review and further verification as to the documentary requirements submitted

Application approval only identifies applicants who are qualified to take the national competitive exam conducted by DOST. Examinees who belong to the top 200 passers will qualify for the scholarship

2.    OFW Dependent Scholarship Program (OFWDSP)*

 The OFWDSP is an educational assistance to qualified dependents of active OWWA-member-OFWs who intend to pursue any 4 or 5-year baccalaureate degree or associate degree in-state college or university. The scholarship shall be in the form of financial assistance of P20,000.00 per year. Scholarship program to a dependent of OFW whose income is not more than US$400.00.

 Qualified Beneficiaries:

Legal dependents of an active OWWA member-OFW whose monthly salary is US$400 or below

Legal dependent refers to only 1 child of married or single or only 1 sibling of member-OFW

Qualified legal dependent must be single and not more than 21 years old

He/she must be a high school graduate, physically, mentally and morally fit

He/she must pass the entrance examination conducted by state college/university in OWWA Regional Offices where she intends to enroll

The dependent-applicant must not be a recipient of any other scholarship grants

Looking at the big picture, it’s easier to get a job if you have a higher education degree. Many careers that require a degree also pay a better salary. This can vary depending on the degree subject, but more doors will be open to you with a degree than without one.

Earning a college degree is such an important step in life that it has become a central part of the Go to college, get a job, buy a house, raise a family. It may not always be that simple, but it all starts with your college education.

Earning a college degree is all about opening up opportunities in life. It prepares you, both intellectually and socially, for your career and your adult life. The benefits of a college education include career opportunities like better paying and higher skilled jobs, but studies have shown that it also leads to overall happiness and stability.

Many people know that they want to attend college, but don’t know exactly why, or how it will enrich their lives.

for more information please click the link OWWA Website


Want to study but don’t have enough money for it? Aside from checking out available grant scholarships, you can also approach the Social Security System (SSS)

There are also ways in order to fund for education even if none of your family members would. You can go and produce funds by striving hard for it, you can search for ways to fund your education, or you can ask the Social Security System (SSS) help for that. Now, there is what we call Educational Assistance Loan Program for workers and beneficiaries to borrow or lend money for enrollment, technical, and vocational courses.

SSS offers the Educational Assistance Loan Program (EALP) for members and their beneficiaries wherein they are allowed to borrow money for educational purposes.

SSS members who have paid at least thirty-six (36) monthly contributions in which three 3 years should be within the last twelve 12 months prior to the date of application for the loan; and
Members whose last posted Monthly Salary Credit (MSC) is
Php 15, 000.00 or below provided that his/her actual basic salary is not more than Php15, 000.00 per month.

The members are not only the ones who can benefit from this program, it also includes their:

Legal Spouse
Child of the member (including illegitimate)
And sibling of unmarried SSS member (including half brother/sister)

How much can I loan if I go through this program?

The amount of loan depends on what type of education you are planning to pursue.

Vocational Course/Technical Course (2 years minimum) – Maximum of Php7,500.00 per semester/trimester or the exact amount of tuition fee + miscellaneous fees, whichever is lower, rounded off to the next higher Php100.00
Degree Course – Maximum of Php15, 000.00 per semester/trimester or the exact amount of tuition fee + miscellaneous fees, whichever is lower, rounded off to the next higher Php100.00

Who Is Eligible For The Educational Assistance Loan Program?

SSS members with a monthly earning of P25,000 and below are eligible for the educational loan. Formerly, only those who earned P15,000 and below are permitted to apply for a loan which means more members will be able to take part of this program now. Also, the loan covers a wider scope of tuition and miscellaneous fees.

In order to apply for this program

the member should submit an SSS ID or two (2) valid IDs, a duly accomplished application form, and an assessment/billing statement issued by the school of the member/beneficiary.
For more information about the EALP, you can go check out the SSS website or visit the nearby offices in your area.

After submitting your application, SSS shall release a check payable to the school where the member/beneficiary is enrolled and it will be released to the member/beneficiary. Subsequent loan releases shall be made upon submission of another accomplished application form along with assessment/billing statement from the school. Validation may be done to ensure that the member/beneficiary will continue school.

Education is the best investment you can make to you future, our government came up with ways to support a person’s education here in the Philippines, Remember knowledge is power



Pope Francis’ historic announcement that the annulment process will be simplified and made available for free, leaders of the Catholic Church in the Philippines feel that there will be an upsurge in the number of annulment cases in the country.

In a recent interview, Archbishop Emeritus Oscar Cruz of the National Appellate Matrimonial Tribunal of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) said that they are welcoming the news with gladness.

According to Archbishop Emeritus Oscar Cruz, “I agree with the Holy Father that the process for marriage nullity declaration can be shortened” describing the current process as “quite complicated.”

In the past, an annulment has always been very expensive plus the process usually took a long time. With the changes announced by Vatican, the new requirements will shorten the process because annulment cases approved by the church court will no longer have to be reviewed by another tribunal. Also, it will only take about 2 months or less for an annulment to be granted.

An annulment typically  where the local leaders will make the decision whether a marriage can be considered null and void. After that, the decision will be forwarded to the Appellate Matrimonial Tribunal so they can review it. In case the case meets disagreement at a Court of Appeals, the case will be sent to Rome.

In Archbishop Emeritus Oscar Cruz viewpoint, the easier annulment is an advantage because “The more cases will be resolved, the more should be able to go back into the fold” since they will no longer be considered “living in sin.”

Despite these changes, Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP)  was quick to emphasize that “The teaching about the indissolubility and unity of marriage remains. The doctrine about the sacredness of marriage and family life is unchanged. The declaration of nullity of marriage is not divorce.”

Since we still do not have the divorce law in the country, annulment remains to be the only viable option for couples who want to terminate their marriage in a legal way.

according to definition made by Guzman Tañedo & Acain Law Firm, marriage annulment is “a Court process in order to annul the marital union between a husband and wife. Annulment of marriage presupposes that the marriage was valid from the beginning and remains valid until annulled by the Court.”

To be able to file for an annulment, it is important to make sure that you have legal grounds to file a petition in the first place.

Some of the legal reasons for annulment are mentioned under Article 45 of the Family Code for annulment. Nullity of void marriages, on the other hand, are under Article 35 (absence of formal and essential requisites of marriage), Article 36 (psychological incapacity), Article 37 (incestuous marriage) as well as Article 38 (marriages that are void by reason of public policy).

the concerned individual should file a Petition for Annulment of Marriage at the Regional Court’s Office of the Executive Clerk of Court. The office will then raffle a schedule for the case and eventually, they will issue a Summon to the respondent spouse so that he or she can file an answer to the petition.

Next, the Court sets a pre-trial conference where the attendance of involved parties is required. This will later lead to the actual trial proceedings.

In any case, it is crucial that you work with a competent lawyer who will provide you with legal guidance every step of the way. Hope this post will enlighten you regarding on how to file annulment here in the Philippines.


"Free Language Training" at TESDA For Aspiring Abroad

   Do you want to go and work abroad? If Yes, did you know how to speak with the countries you wanna go? If you want to learn their language, you might like to enroll in the course of TESDA (Technical Education and Skills Development Authority) that teach a foreign language.

5 Foreign Language Courses offered by TESDA, No Tuition Fee

Aside from various vocational and technical skills training, Tesda is also offering foreign language and culture courses this year 2016. Learning a different foreign language like Nihongo, Korean, Japanese, Chinese, Spanish, Arabic, English these days have a huge advantage in the workplace and even during the hiring process.

Manpower Agencies that have available job openings in New Zealand, Australia, UAE, Japan, Taiwan and other countries often consider applicants that are bi-lingual or knowledgeable of a different language other than their own. This is because companies often expand overseas and have international clients. Communicating to latter’s preferred language is a big factor to win their trust which later on converted to sales and more awarded projects.

If you want to study a foreign language such as Nihonggo, Spanish, Mandarin (Chinese), Arabic, and English you can go to Language Skills Institute of Tesda. They offer these courses for free however you have to  acquire some requirements.

According to the official website of TESDA these language courses are FREE of Charge in Language Skills Institute (the lists can be found below).

Course availability varies on each  Language Skills Institute , so please ask the  Language Skills Institute  near you about the language courses they are currently offering Basic Japanese Language and Cultures (150 hours duration)

Basic English Language (100 hours duration)
Basic Korean Language and Cultures (100 hours duration)
Basic Mandarin Language and Cultures (100 hours duration)
Basic Arabic Language and Saudi/Gulf Cultures (100 hours duration)
Basic Spanish Language for Different Vocations (100 hours duration)

Requirements for the Courses

Must be Filipino (any gender), aged 18 years old and above, and High School graduate. To be on the priority list, applicants must be pre-qualified to work locally and abroad. Otherwise, you can always inquire to Tesda – Language Skills Institute if you really want to study a foreign language.

Before you go to the nearest TESDA, make sure you are a Filipino citizen at least 18 years old and be pre-selected/pre-qualified to work for locally or in-country foreign-owned company or overseas. Don't forget to bring the following documents:

Original copy of NSO Birth Certificate
(3) pcs. 1x1 and (1) pc. 2x2 ID pictures with white background
1 long brown envelope
Original copy of Any of the following:
College or High School Diploma
Transcript of Records
Training Certificate from TESDA registered program
National Certificate or Certificate of Competency issued by TESDA
Computer-based Manpower Profile to be encoded upon submission of all documentary requirements
Update: TESDA Offers FREE Foreign Language Course
Enrolment to this courses is on a first come, first-serve basis only. It open to the public with no tuition fees (FREE).

Monday to Friday Morning Session 7:30 am – 11:30 pm
Monday to Friday Afternoon Session 12:30 pm – 4:30 pm

for those who want to study any of the listed foreign language course, you can go directly to Tesda Language Skills Institute (LSI) nearest to your location.

Tesda Language Skills Institute Quezon City

Barangay Hall, Dahlia Street, Fairview, Quezon City
(02) 937- 4248

Tesda Complex Taguig City
Building. 10, TESDA Complex, East Service Rd., South Superhighway, Taguig City
(02) 818-8062

TESDA Language Skills Institute Agusan del Sur
Agusan del Sur School of Arts and Trades, Gov’t. Center, Prosperidad, Agusan del Sur
(085) 343-7709 / 343-7132 / agusansat(at)

TESDA Language Skills Institute Malilipot, Albay
San Francisco Institute of Science and Technology, Malipot Albay
(052) 830-5093 / 830-1874

TESDA Language Skills Institute Baguio City
Magsaysay Drive, Loakan Rd., Baguio City
(074) 424-8724 / 305-2405 / rtcbaguio09(at)

TESDA Language Skills Institute Batangas
P. Herrera Street, Batangas City
(043) 300-0388 / rtccalabarzon(at)

TESDA Language Skills Institute Butuan City
Northern Mindanao School of Fisheries, Matabao, Buenavista, Agusan del Norte
(085) 343-4201 / nmsf _adn(at)

TESDA Language Skills Institute Guiguinto Bulacan
MacArthur Highway, Tabang, Guiguinto, Bulacan
(044) 794-4767 / korphil_bul(at)

TESDA Language Skills Institute Biñan, Laguna
San Antonio, Biñan, Laguna
Phone numbers: (049) 511-6133 / jzg_msat(at)

TESDA Language Skills Institute Bohol
Address: Poblacion, Jagna, Bohol
Phone number: (038) 531-0018

TESDA Language Skills Institute Cabanatuan Nueva Ecija
Address: Old CapitolCmpd., Cabanatuan , Nueva Ecija
Telephone number: (044) 463-1904

TESDA Language Skills Institute Tuguegarao , Cagayan
Office address: Consuelo Village, Pengue, Tuguegarao, Cagayan
Phone number: (078) 844 4224 / 846 8619 / rtc02_tesda(at) / tesdartc(at)

TESDA Language Skills Institute Cagayan de Oro City
Office address: Bugo, Cagayan de Oro City
Phone number: (082) 742-576 / 740404 / cobsat(at)

TESDA Language Skills Institute Cebu City
Archbishop Reyes Ave., Banilad, Cebu City
(032) 412-7267 / rtcvii(at)

TESDA Language Skills Institute Pili, Camarines Sur
San Jose, Pili, Camarines Sur
(054) 477-7204 / tesdartc5(at)

TESDA Language Skills Institute Surallah, South Cotabato
Surallah National Agricultural School, Brgy. Dajay, Surallah, South Cotabato
(083) 238-5111 / 238-3050

TESDA Language Skills Institute Cotabato City
ORC Compound, Cotabato City
(064) 421-4460 / 421-6108 / ptccot_12(at)

TESDA Language Skills Institute Davao City
Buhisan, Tibungko, Davao City
(082) 236-0556 / 238-0007 / 09193885250 / tesdartckorphil(at)

TESDA LSI Digos, Davao del Sur
Carmelo de los Cientos National Trade School, Padada, Davao del Sur
(082) 272-0295 / ccnts11(at)

Tesda LSI Iligan City
Maria Cristina Road, Maria Cristina, Iligan City
(063) 223-6541 / tesdartciligan(at)

Tesda LSI Ilocos Norte
Brgy. Lydia, Marcos, Ilocos Norte
(077) 784 7956

TESDA LSI Iloilo City
Zamora St., Iloilo City
(033) 337-0739

TESDA LSI New Lucena, Iloilo
New Lucena Polytechnic College, Don Epifacio Sonza Sr. Ave, New Lucena, Iloilo
(033) 526-2015 / 396-0562 / nlpc_8596(at)

TESDA LSI Santiago, Isabela
Provincial road, Caloocan, santiago City, Isabela
(078) 682 3924 / 682 8654 / sicat_tesda(at)

TESDA LSI Tabuk, Kalinga

LSI San Fernando La Union
Catbangen, San Fernando City, La Union
(072) 242 5584 / 700 0613 / rtc_tesda1(at)

TESDA LSI Allen, Northern Samar
Balicuatro College of Arts and Trades, Sabang Zone 2, Allen, Northern Samar
(055) 300-2125 / tesdabcat(at)

TESDA LSI Calapan City, Oriental Mindoro
Provincial Capitol Compound, Camilmil, Calapan City, Oriental Mindoro
(043) 288-2352 / tesda_ormin(at)

TESDA LSI Puerto Prinsesa, Palawan
Puerto Prinsesa School of Arts and Trades – Felix Rafols, Sta. Monica, Puerto Princesa City
(048) 433-2224 / 433-4364 / tesda.ppsat(at) / ppsat.tesda(at)

TESDA LSI Tacloban City
San Gerardo Subdivision, Brgy. Abucay, Tacloban City
(053) 321-8249 /523-9229 / tesda8rtc(at)

TESDA LSI Zamboanga City
San Roque, Zamboanga City
(062) 991-9586

TESDA LSI Zamboanga del Norte
Dipolog School of Fisheries, Olingan, Dipolog City, Zamboanga del Norte
(065) 212-7248 / 212-5237 / dsf_zn9(at)

TESDA LSI ARMM Sultan Kudarat, Maguindanao
Rebekun, Sultan Kudarat, Maguindanao
(064)429-0091 / rmdc(at)

TESDA LSI Zamboanga City
2nd Flr. LHB Bldg. Veterans Ave. Zamboanga City
(062) 990-2959

Some TESDA Accredited Schools that offer Korean Language and Culture Course

Chopil Manpower Training Institute Corp.
School Address: 3F CEGI Building, General Trias Drive, Tejeros Convention, Rosario, Cavite
Telephone number: 4378492
Course Offered:
Korean Language for EPS Program – 120 Hours

TESDA Korea-Philippines Information Technology Training Center
Address: RTCCL Cpd., Tabang, Guiguinto, Bulacan
Telephone number: (044) 704-4767 / 794-4520
Course Offered:
Korean Language and Culture – 80 hours

Regional Training Center-Davao/Korea Philippines Vocational Training Center
Address: Buhisan, Tibungco, Davao City
Telephone number: No Data
Course Offered:
Korean Language and Culture – 80 hours



Are you students aiming to graduate in Technical courses? or your aiming to finish college or pursue the master degree yet you don't have money? Well if you are eager students and wanted to finish your course, the government of the Philippines had launched its new way in reaching out students like you.
The government is aiming to educate and finished the students in college so that they may be able to help their self, family, and society. This is also the mission of the government to alleviate all families from the poor sectors that could not afford to send their children to schools.

What is StuFAPs?
Student Financial Assistance Programs (StuFAPs) -StuFAPs consist of government-funded scholarships, grants-in-aid, student loans, subsidies, and other incentives for qualified students.

By virtue of Republic Act No. 10687 or the Unified Financial Assistance System for Education, UniFAST reconciles, improves, strengthens, expands, and puts under one body all government-funded StuFAP modalities for tertiary education in both public and private institutions . UniFAST was established to promote the development of talented students who will serve the public good, widen the pool of world-class Filipino researchers, artists, innovators, thinkers, and leaders.

 Kinds of StuFAPs?

1. Scholarships - given to qualified students based on merit or talent: extraordinary academic performance, special technical capability, and skills in the field of research and development (R&D), innovation and other creative work

2. Grant-in-Aid - requires a minimum level of capacity (to tackle college work) from poor but qualified students so they could finish tertiary education.

3.Student loan- consists of short- or long-term loans to students who are short of cash, regardless of their economic status during the time of enrolment. The student is (or his parents, guardians or co-makers are) expected to pay the loan when they become gainfully employed.


1. Must be Filipino Citizens

2. A graduate of Senior High Schools or equivalent level and who wish to pursue the undergraduate courses.

3. The top 10 graduates of all public high schools are given priority.

4. Foreign Students -UniFAST Board is mandated by law to provide appropriate StuFAPs to foreign students based on reciprocal programs of countries that provide similar benefits to Filipino students (such as student exchange programs, international reciprocal scholarships, and other mutually beneficial programs)

5.First-time enrollees for  Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET), associate, undergraduate (college), master’s or doctoral degree whether taken in public or private, local or national educational institution.
6. A graduate of Senior High Schools or equivalent level and who wish to pursue the undergraduate courses.

7. Applicants must declare if they are already benefiting from other government StuFAPs. They may still avail of another StuFAP for the remaining portion -- if at the time of the application -- the amount of the other existing grant did not cover the full cost of tertiary education at the Higher Education Institution (HEI, which offers associate, bachelor and advanced degrees) or the Technological Vocational Institution (TVI, which are public or private institutions recognized/ authorized by TESDA to implement the Dualized Training Program or DTP together with a partner establishment).

Where to apply? The applications are available in all offices listed below:

CHED-  Commission on Higher Education
TESDA- Technical Education and Skills Development Authority
DOST- Department of Science and Technology
DOLE- Department of Labor and Employment
DSWD- Department of Social Welfare and Development
DND- Department of National Defense
DA- Department of Agriculture
DILG - Department of the Interior and Local Government
DENR- Department of Environment and Natural Resources
OPAPP- Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process
NCIP- National Commission on Indigenous Peoples

Note: Loans are only provided by CHED and the GFIs.

What is the coverage?

StuFAP may (or may not) cover any or all of the following: tuition fees, miscellaneous and other school fees, educational expenses and/ or cost-of-living allowance (COLA).

The top 10 graduates of all public high schools are given priority in making student loans. The loans, however, should be repaid in installment basis once the student graduates or leaves the school/ college/ university.

For inquiries you may email the UniFAST Secretariat, please e-mail <>.

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