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Surigao News/Local News
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  LUBI, LUBI FESTIVAL Bacuag Surigao del Norte Joins SINULOG 2011
Tuesday, 11 January 2011 | 3817 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
Surigao News/Local News
Author:pia.gov.ph
Surigao del Norte, Dec. 28 (PIA) -- Elements of Gen. Luna Municipal Police finally found the South Korean national reportedly missing in Siargao Island Thursday afternoon, December 24 after he went boating to an island in the area. A progress report from the PNP Provincial Office said while the Investigation and Detective Management Officer of the province conducted a Sea Borne Patrol on December 23 along the waters of Guyam and Daku Islands purposely to search the Korean National identified as Kim Dae-Kyu, fisherman Prudencio Rodela and wife Gertrudes came and informed the police authorities that they have found a male body at the seashore of the same island. Police authorities confirmed that it was from Mr. Dae-Kyu. Subsequently, they immediately brought the subject to Siargao District Hospital for autopsy examination. Reports revealed that the remains of the Korean national now lies at Nilo Funeral Homes at the town of Dapa. It may be recalled that Mr. Dae-Kyu went missing during a boat trip off in Guyam Island Sunday, December 19. Fisherman Bernard Ticod, owner of the boat, decided to follow Mr. Kyu when he failed to return the following day, but all he found was a boat floated on the water with no one onboard instead he found a wallet with ID, cap, cellophane with notebook, coins, and suicidal notes. (FEA, PIA-Surigao del Norte)   http://www.pia.gov.ph/?m=1&t=1&id=9315
Tuesday, 11 January 2011 | 524 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
Surigao News/Local News
Author:Ben Serrano (The Philippine Star)
A poster on the P200,000 reward for information on the whereabouts of kidnapped Surigao City banker Johnson Cuiting, and P2 million for his safe return. BEN SERRANO BUTUAN CITY, Philippines – The new police director of the Caraga region yesterday revived the investigation into the 2009 kidnapping of a Surigao City banker whose fate has remained unknown. Chief Superintendent Reynaldo Rafal said he would call for a case conference on the kidnapping of 50-year-old banker Johnson Cuiting this week. Rafal said he received information that records of the case are with the Presidential Anti-Crime Emergency Response (PACER), which took over the investigation into the kidnapping.
Tuesday, 11 January 2011 | 505 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report | More...
Surigao News/Local News
Author:Susil Ragas
SURIGAO DEL NORTE, Jan. 11 (PIA) -–The provincial government here thru the Provincial Health Office (PHO) in coordination with the Regional Coordinating Committee (RCC) will lead the launching of Provincial Public – Private Mix DOTS TB Initiative today, January 11, 2011 at the Provincial Convention Center Capitol Compound, Surigao City. Provincial health officer Dr. Isabel P Makinano said that the launching will mark the commencement and joint effort of RCC, Provincial Coordination Committee and various non-NTP (National Tuberculosis Control Program) stakeholders to willingly involved in TB DOTS (Tuberculosis Directly Observed Short course) Initiative and make significant endeavor in engaging the non-NTP private and public providers in the province, strengthening and building capabilities of its partners for active participation in tuberculosis control and management.
Wednesday, 12 January 2011 | 517 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report | More...
Travel/Airline and Shipping Promo Fares
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Fly our newest route in South Korea - Manila to Busan for only P1,999! Cebu Pacific (CEB) launches the newest international route from Manila to Busan in South Korea. Flights to Busan, the second-largest city in South Korea after Seoul, will start on June 15, 2011. To promote our newest route, we are offering P1,999 ‘Go Lite’ seats from Manila and Cebu to Busan and Seoul (Incheon). This is for sale starting now until January 13, 2011 or until seats last, for travel from June 1 to August 31, 2011. Busan, with its approximately 3.5 million residents, is located on the southeastern tip of the Korean peninsula. It is well-known for its Haeundae Beach, the largest beach resort in Korea, and the Busan International Film Festival. Grab the chance to visit the beautiful city of Busan, Cebu Pacific's 24th international route and where most Korean shows are filmed at www.cebupacificair.com! After the seat sale period, the lowest year-round ‘Go Lite’ fare from Manila to Busan is P3,999.
Wednesday, 12 January 2011 | 733 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
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Author:SMP
JUAN Big Bash for 2011! 50% off for the New Year! The Philippines’ largest national flag carrier, Cebu Pacific celebrates the beginning of 2011 with a 50% off seat sale to any of our 16 international and 33 domestic destinations. The seat sale starts now until January 8, 2011 or until seats last, for travel from February 1 to March 31, 2011. Cebu Pacific flies to Bangkok, Beijing, Brunei, Busan, Guangzhou, Ho Chi Minh, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Kota Kinabalu, Kuala Lumpur, Macau, Osaka, Seoul (Incheon), Shanghai, Singapore, and Taipei. We also operate inter-island flights from Cebu to Boracay, Puerto Princesa and Siargao, among others, as well as flights within Mindanao such as Davao to Zamboanga and Cagayan de Oro. We thank you for your support and look forward to starting 2011 with this 50% off seat sale. Visit www.cebupacificair.com for your bookings now!
Wednesday, 12 January 2011 | 576 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
Surigao News/Local News
Author:SMP
SURIGAO DEL NORTE, Jan. 17 (PIA) – The provincial government here in close coordination with the Department of Education (DepEd) is set to hold an Education Summit tomorrow, Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2011 at the provincial convention center to provide an avenue in improving the basic education of the province.   The summit carries the theme: "Building a New Surigao through Quality Basic Education."   This summit is the province's response to the call for quality basic education being one of the top priorities of Gov. Sol Matugas under her HEALS agenda which stands for Health, EDUCATION, Agriculture and Aquaculture, Livelihood and Tourism, Social Service and Spiritual Renewal.   DepEd Secretary Armin Luistro will be the main speaker of the summit. The event will also be graced by 1st District Rep. Francisco Matugas and 2nd District Rep. Guillermo Romarate.   Prior to the said activity, a press conference with Sec. Luistro will be conducted at the Phil. Gateway Hotel relative to the launching of the Educational Roadmap of the province. (FEAbkilan, PIA-Surigao del Norte)
Tuesday, 18 January 2011 | 488 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
Surigao News/Local News
Author:http://pia.gov.ph
SURIGAO CITY, Jan. 18 (PIA) - A local fisherman in Brgy. Mabua this city was reportedly missing since yesterday, Jan. 17 as strong winds and waves brought by the tail end of cold front hit Northern Mindanao.   Reports from the Quick Action Response Team (QART) identified the missing fisherman as Rey Benitez y Tagubar, 23 years old, a native of Purok 5, Brgy. Mabua, Surigao City.   According to Rey’s brother, Desiderio Benitez, Rey sailed off around 12noon, Monday in his yellow pump boat with 7 horsepower engine along the coastlines of Mabua-Leyte Sea and failed to return home yesterday evening.   QART could not mount a bid to find them yesterday evening due to rough seas and bad weather condition.   As of press time, search and rescue operations are now going on by the city’s rescue unit. (FEAbkilan, PIA-Surigao del Norte)
Tuesday, 18 January 2011 | 511 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
Surigao News/Local News
Author:pia.gov.ph
SURIGAO CITY, Jan. 18 (PIA) – Alert level one was raised early today, Jan. 18 in the provinces of Dinagats Islands and Surigao del Norte following a continuous rainfall which started Monday evening, Jan. 17.   Vice Gov. Carlos Egay, Jr., in a radio interview, said an alert level one was hoisted upon recommendation from PAGASA.   Based on PAGASA’s rainfall observation, amount and duration, the total rainfall in the entire province has reached at 68.4mm.   With this development, an automatic suspension of classes in the pre-school and elementary levels both from private and public will be enforced.   On the other hand, Dinagat Islands Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (PDRRMC) Chairperson Gov. Glenda Ecleo has raised an alert level one in the entire province.   Ecleo advised all her constituents situated at the steep slope and low lying areas to take precautionary measures for possible landslides and flashfloods.   As of press time, light to heavy rains continue falling in the two provinces. (FEAbkilan, PIA-Surigao del Norte)
Tuesday, 18 January 2011 | 567 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
Philippine News/Cebu
Author:Carine M. Asutilla, ABS-CBN News Central VisayasCEBU CITY, Philippines - Air Philippines and Cebu Pacific cancelled their flights to Siargao and Surigao due to bad weather on Monday. Air Philippines cancelled flight 2P-087 Cebu-Surigao and flight 2P-088
CEBU CITY, Philippines  - Air Philippines and Cebu Pacific cancelled their flights to Siargao and Surigao due to bad weather on Monday. Air Philippines cancelled flight 2P-087 Cebu-Surigao and flight 2P-088 Surigao-Cebu while Cebu Pacific cancelled flight 5J-877 Cebu-Siargao and 5J-878 Cebu-Siargao. Carl Lludo was supposed to fly back to Surigao Monday at 7:20 a.m. on board Air Philippines. He has already checked in but was called to get his baggage and refund the terminal fees he has paid as the airline company reportedly decided to cancel his flight due to zero visibility in Surigao. Lludo was in Cebu for Sinulog and was supposed to attend a cousin’s wedding in Surigao later that afternoon. “There is nothing I can do. I will just rebook my flight. I don’t want to take the risk of flying back to Surigao in a difficult weather condition,” he said. Lludo was among the 67 passengers of the cancelled Air Philippines flight to Surigao. A group of foreigners from United Kingdom was supposed to go surfing in Siargao. Since Cebu Pacific cancelled the 10:40 a.m. flight to Siargao, they decided to change their itinerary. Laurie West, one of the travelers said that they will just go to Malapascua in Cebu and try diving.
Tuesday, 18 January 2011 | 1724 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report | More...
Philippine News/Cebu
Author:Fatrick Tabada, Correspondent
Bigger cash prizes. A better venue. A futuristic theme. These are improvements to look forward to in the next Sinulog in 2012, said organizers. A day after Cebu’s biggest festival wrapped up, one of the most rain-soaked but largest attended parades with 151 contingents, organizers looked ahead to mounting a better Sinulog dance competition. Plans call for doubling the grand prize from P500,000 to P1 million each for the free interpretation and Sinulog-based categories, said Ricky Ballesteros, executive director of the Sinulog Foundation Inc. He said an increase is planned for the P100,000 subsidy for out-of-town contingents, which joined the Grand Parade on the invitation of the foundation.
Tuesday, 18 January 2011 | 2527 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report | More...
Philippine News/Cebu
Author:SMP
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Tuesday, 18 January 2011 | 551 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
Surigao News/Local News
Author:MIKE U. CRISMUNDO
SURIGAO CITY, Philippines – Economic activity is expected to boom further in this fast-growing city in the Caraga Region after a Malaysian business group is eyeing to pour a P5-billion investment here probably within the year. It was learned that this Malaysian business group is on its way to construct oil, gas, and petroleum-related products, facilities, infrastructures and services on the two island villages of Talisay and Nonoc, this city. The Malaysian business group is also set to conduct exploration on mineral and natural energy resources, transportation sales, marketing and export activities, agriculture development and promotion, fishing ventures, cannery and related development and promotions, infrastructure construction, tourism development and promotion, including consultancy and related professional services. These multi-billion-peso investments that will anytime be visible this year after the city government here represented by City Mayor Ernesto T. Matugas and the Malaysian business group signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) recently. Aside from Matugas, other signatories in the MoU are Wong Siong Chew of Jin Long Group, Tan Chee Keang of Asiarem Group, Kho Tho Min of Lina Enterprise, and Roy Odinaryo B. Delos Reyes of Zam-Mal International Group. The group dubbed “Strategic Alliance,” is intending to establish a new investment holdings (NIH) called New Surigao International Resources Philippines Corporation (NSIRPC). Under the MoU, the NSIRPC will establish its business presence compliance with International Standard and Requirements and inject further investment capital required in stages in connection with the expansion plan. The MoU also stipulates that the NSIRPC will abide and promote the international health, safety, and environment policies in compliance within the law of the country. Also in the MoU, the city government will extend assistance by help in producing data, legal, and other business requirements that are needed by the NSIRPC. “This is really a big boost to our economy, a big plus factor in terms of taxes and revenues, and most especially added livelihood and food production and employment in our city and neighboring areas,” said Matugas. He said his effort in looking for more investments is now “materializing.” Meanwhile, Matugas said more investments are expected to come in as he keeps on making contacts to possible investors – both foreign and domestic. He said investors of the Nonoc Mining on Nonoc Island is already on its way in materializing and finalizing legal and business documents for its resumption of operation. On the other hand, the tuna firm that is set to rise in this city is already in the final stage of its documentation process and also on its way for operation within this year.    
Thursday, 20 January 2011 | 544 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
Surigao News/Local News
Author:Susil Ragas, PIA-Surigao del Norte
SURIGAO DEL NORTE, Jan. 21 (PIA) – A planning workshop on the rights of the Mamanwa Surigaonons was successfully conducted here recently. Held at the Hotel Tavern Surigao, the 2-day activity was spearheaded by the ILO’s Indigenous Peoples Development Program (IPDP) of Caraga and National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP) participated in by the different stakeholders of the province. The activity aimed at focusing the Mamanwa’s ancestral domain, which can be found in some parts of Malimono, Sison, San Francisco and Surigao City, through enabling policies that engage them in exercising a full range of rights, including those delineated in the Philippine Constitution, the Indigenous Peoples’ Rights Act (IPRA) and the nation’s medium-term development plans. During the workshop, ILO-IPDP Caraga Program Manager Domingo Nahayangan emphasized the importance of the local government units (LGUs) in protecting the rights of the local indigenous people (the Mamanwa tribe) and their ancestral domain. He also urged other agencies to join in the said campaign. For quite a time now, the ILO has been working with the indigenous peoples of Caraga and partners that include the NCIP, a project funded through the Government of Spain to support community initiatives. The indigenous peoples in northeastern Mindanao are keen to develop their ancestral domains in the context of implementation of the IPRA and MTPDP-IPs. Government and collaborating institutions are adopting approaches to respond to the aspirations of indigenous peoples. (Susil Ragas, PIA-Surigao del Norte
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Real Estate/Cotabato
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1 / 6 startstop Front No videos available. Your name* Email* Subject* Message* Captcha code: Submit Fields marked with * are mandatory Property Features House For Sale Listing status: Active Year of build : - Bedroom(s) : 4 Bathroom(s) : 4 Total Square: 80 sq. War. Live square: - Floor number: - Total number of floors: 2 Garage: 2 Cars Furniture: Furnitured Open house date: - Description for House For Sale in Pattaya TP002 Property for sale in Pattaya, Single 2 storey House, on Khotalo, 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, fully furnished, living room,communal swimmming pool, Euro kitchen, dinning room, large balcony, cable TV, TOT, 3 air condition, hot water, water tank,covered parking, garden, 24 hr.security.Call us 084-362-9374 (Yu) General facilities 24h Security, 5 minutes to town, A Water Storage Tank, Communal Swimming Pool, Curtain, Garden, High Speed Internet, Parking, Shops 1 minute away, Terrace, This property is ready to move in!! Indoor facilities 4 x Aircon, Air conditioning, Dining Table, European Kitchen, Fridge/Freezer, Furnished, Kitchen, Living Room, Sofa, Telephone, TV, Washing Maschine, Water Heater Outdoor facilities Golf, Hospital 10 minute drive, Supermarket -10 minute drive or 2minute Thai marke
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Travel/Airline and Shipping Promo Fares
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  Low FARES for a summer high! CEB reduces fares to Hong Kong, Macau, Bangkok, Singapore as much as 57%! Grab low, low fares to your favorite domestic and international destinations from the Philippines’ largest national flag carrier, Cebu Pacific (CEB) with our Legazpi, Hong Kong and Macau seat sale starting now until January 23, 2011 or until seats last. Have a great summer with our P999 ‘Go Lite’ fares from Clark to Hong Kong or Macau, and from Cebu to Hong Kong for travel from March 1 to April 30, 2011. Fly with our P1,499 ‘Go Lite’ fares from Manila to Hong Kong or Macau, and from Clark to Bangkok or Singapore. These seat sale fares are 57% less for guests traveling to Bangkok, as much as 40 % less for Hong Kong, and 40% less for Macau! Also up for grabs are P499 ‘Go Lite’ seats from Manila and Cebu to Legazpi for travel from February 1 to March 31, 2011. Look forward to a wonderful summer, visit our website at www.cebupacificair.com or http://funtours.cebupacificair.com/and book your seats now!
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Board Exams/Criminilogist
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RANK NAME SCHOOL RATING(%) 1 RANULFO TOLINGAN BAYAG-O UNIVERSITY OF THE CORDILLERAS (BAGUIO COLL. FNDTN.) 90.15 2 JOEL GUADAYO CUEME UNIVERSITY OF MINDANAO-DAVAO CITY 89.30 3 DENIEF SUAGEN VERGARA UNIVERSITY OF THE CORDILLERAS (BAGUIO COLL. FNDTN.) 88.20 4 BILLY MAMATTONG TENGAY UNIVERSITY OF THE CORDILLERAS (BAGUIO COLL. FNDTN.) 88.15 5 BOBBY ISMAEL TUMAOB ASUNCION UNIVERSITY OF LA SALETTE-SANTIAGO 88.00 6 CHAROLETTE JENNIFER JERMICE DAG-AY UNIVERSIDAD DE MANILA (CITY COLL. OF MANILA) 87.80 ROGELIO CARREON SARSABA JR CAGAYAN DE ORO COLLEGE 87.80 7 BARTOLOME GAUIAN BAKIAN UNIVERSITY OF BAGUIO 87.75 8 FRANK INGKE MALECDAN JR UNIVERSITY OF THE CORDILLERAS (BAGUIO COLL. FNDTN.) 87.50 9 LEO CRISPIN DELOS SANTOS ARGANDA PHILIPPINE COLLEGE OF CRIMINOLOGY 87.35 RICARDO DORIA MUSA JR HOLY CROSS OF DAVAO COLLEGE 87.35 10 JUDITH HEART DUEÑAS AQUINO UNIVERSITY OF MINDANAO-DAVAO CITY 87.05 DIANA MAGHUYOP BACALA CAGAYAN DE ORO COLLEGE 87.05  
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Board Exams/Physical and Occupational Therapy
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RANK NAME SCHOOL RATING(%) 1 ARDIE ANTONIO AGUILAR SAINT JUDE COLLEGE-MANILA 85.25 2 MARIA SUZANNE LESACA DATUIN UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-MANILA 84.45 3 MARK ANGEL BERNARDINO SERRA UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 83.55 4 CHRISTIAN CYRIL MILLANES ARAFOL SAN JUAN DE DIOS EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, INC 82.85 5 MA JOYCE DIANE TAN PECHO OUR LADY OF FATIMA UNIVERSITY-VALENZUELA 82.60 6 ALVIN CLYDE BRODITH BERDELAO OUR LADY OF FATIMA UNIVERSITY-QC 82.10 7 JUDE RENZ IPANAG CABAYAN SAINT JUDE COLLEGE-MANILA 82.05 8 GOLDAMIER MARIE NERI CATBAGAN LORMA COLLEGE 82.00 9 APRIL RAE OREDINA VILLAVICENCIO VELEZ COLLEGE 81.85 10 CRISTY NIÑA DASIGAN ISIDERIO SAINT JUDE COLLEGE-MANILA 81.80
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Board Exams/Physical and Occupational Therapy
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PHYSICAL THERAPIST LICENSURE EXAMINATION Held on JANUARY 16 & 17, 2011 Released on JANUARY 20, 2011 1 ABAPO, MARY CHERYL CARVAJAL 2 ABLANG, CRISTOPHER ASUNCION 3 ABRAZADO, JUVELYN TULIAO 4 ABUGHO, MEL JORELL CELERIO 5 AGONIA, RYAN MARIE DOLORITOS 6 AGUILAR, ARDIE ANTONIO 7 AGUILAR, JANICE JOY ELMEDORIAL 8 ALCAYDE, SHYNEE MAE LUMAQUE 9 ALFEREZ, SALEEH CHRISTINE GILO 10 ALINDOGAN, JOYCE ANN LEANDER 11 ALIPIO, IAN JHUN ARCILLAS 12 ALIPUSAN, GINALYN MAQUINTO 13 ALMAZAN, KRYSTALYN DIONGCO 14 ALPAPARA, MA JANICE RAMOS 15 ALVAREZ, CLARENCE CABRA 16 ALVERO, KIM KENNETH MORTEZO 17 AMON, CAROLYN SUMADSAD 18 ANDOR, ARMAND AMBIDA 19 ANIÑON, MARJORIE GIMENA 20 ARAFOL, CHRISTIAN CYRIL MILLANES 21 ARAGONES, OLIVER LEDAWAN 22 ARANETA, JOHANNE MARIE MAGPOC 23 ARIBON, RACHELLE BATAD 24 ASUNCION, CHARMAINE SIRUNO 25 AUSTRIA, KEEN MARL EFCOT CHAVEZ 26 BADILLES, WENDEIL FUEGO 27 BADIOLA, MICHAEL JOHN ALPUERTO 28 BAGORIO, MARK HARRIS BOCADO 29 BAILEN, STEPHEN CARAMBAS 30 BALABABA, REINA MAY OCASION 31 BALONGA, DIANNE MARIE IMELDA PEDROSA 32 BALVERDE, MARK ALEXIS PERALTA 33 BANAL, IRISH CIARA DAVID 34 BARRIOS, LLAMARICHIE LANGUTAN 35 BAUTISTA, GIAN PAUL CARLO MACEDA 36 BEBIT, DIOSCORO ABARACOSO 37 BERDELAO, ALVIN CLYDE BRODITH 38 BERNAL, RICARDO VELARDE 39 BERNARDO, CHERRY NORIEGA 40 BERNOLO, VAL DOMINIC 41 BERTULANO, JOHN JIMBERT JIMENO 42 BILANG, AARON MUTYANGPILI 43 BISCOCHO, VON CHRISTIAN DIAZ 44 BOYLES, CLAIRACEL DAGASDAS 45 BRIONES, MICHAEL NAVARRO 46 BULAHAN, JANICE ANN BANDIOLA 47 BURAGA, MARIANNE ANGELI VIVAR 48 BURGOS, MA KRISTINA DOLORES FRANCIA 49 BUTIONG, KHAREN JOY GALONO 50 CABAYAN, JUDE RENZ IPANAG Roll of Successful Examinees in the PHYSICAL THERAPIST LICENSURE EXAMINATION Held on JANUARY 16 & 17, 2011 Released on JANUARY 20, 2011 Seq. No. N a m e 51 CABRERA, EMMANUEL DOCOT 52 CADIENTE, VIRGINIA CADIZAL 53 CAILAN, RHOCELLE REVILLA 54 CALABANO, MARIA CECILIA MADRIAGA 55 CALAPE, ROCHELLE MAE ALFORQUE 56 CALIZO, JULYVIE SULLAN 57 CALLERA, CHANTEL RAE ENDING 58 CALONGE, ARMELYN AGNES 59 CAMPANTERO, RIA LUNA TESORO 60 CARAMPATAN, MARIA SUZETTE TURNO 61 CASAS, JEFFREY TURING 62 CASTILLO, RONNA MAE VIER 63 CASTRO, KRISTOFFER LEONARD PINEDA 64 CATBAGAN, GOLDAMIER MARIE NERI 65 CHENG, MARY JOY MENDOZA 66 CHUG, CZARMAYNE CHAN 67 COMBENIDO, JOREK BORDAS 68 CORONADO, DOVE MARIE ILISAN 69 CORPUS, DOMINIC BURGOS 70 CRISOSTOMO, GIESELLE ALCONES 71 CUSI, VICTORELIZ QUINAJON 72 CUYUGAN, RAPHAEL TOLEDO 73 DAGO-AN, ALETHEA NAPOLIS 74 DAGONDON, KATHERINE JOY ALFORQUE 75 DALAGAN, HONEY GAY SAMSON 76 DARUNDAY, CARY EBALLE 77 DATUIN, MARIA SUZANNE LESACA 78 DAVID, MA CHER LYNNE GARCIA 79 DE GUZMAN, MICHAEL PATAG 80 DE GUZMAN, NAIZEL-LYN PANGANIBAN 81 DE GUZMAN, ROZEL BALICHA 82 DE LA CRUZ, PM LESTER DE LEON 83 DE LA CUESTA, MARY JOVAN TANGO 84 DE LA TORRE, JOSEPH EZECHIEL DAVID PACUÑO 85 DE LARRAZABAL, KAREN KAMILLE BUTAY 86 DEGALA, MAC GYVER TEJEROS 87 DEL CARMEN, JAN KEIGH CAIDIC 88 DEL MAR, MARIECOR PENAYES 89 DEL MUNDO, MYREL GABAGAT 90 DEL PILAR, LEONILO JR MENDIGORIA 91 DEL ROSARIO, JAN MICHAEL GARCIAL 92 DEL ROSARIO, JONINA MAE SENO 93 DELA CRUZ, KEVIN FABRIGAR 94 DELA PEÑA, WENILYN MOJICA 95 DELA ROSA, LEAHYAN GRACE MONTAÑEZ 96 DELANTAR, JULIE ANN DADULLA 97 DELGADO, ARIEL BELARMA 98 DEPUNO, CLARISSA LIVADO 99 DESALES, CHAVILLE DESPI 100 DILAO, ZARAH JEANETTE CONEJOS
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Board Exams/Nursing
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NLE Results December 2010 - Nursing Board Exam Results December 2010        
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Board Exams/Civil Engineer
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Civil Engineer Board Exam Result November 2010   Roll of Successful Examinees in the CIVIL ENGINEER LICENSURE EXAMINATION Held on NOVEMBER 20 & 21, 2010 Page: 2 of 42 Released on NOVEMBER 24, 2010 Seq. No. N a m e 1 ABABON, LEANN MAE SANTOS 2 ABACAN, MARVIN MARLOWE DEL ROSARIO 3 ABAD, DINA LUBAT 4 ABAD, NESSEL JAMES BUENO 5 ABAD, RAPHAEL FRANCO NOVIDO 6 ABADAY, JOHNRIL OTAYDE 7 ABALOS, JEFFER MADRID 8 ABANTE, MERLIN LUISTRO 9 ABANTE, ROMEL ICARO 10 ABAO, JOHN KWANGYING 11 ABARA, BRYAN MARCOS 12 ABAT, ANASTACIO JR I PADUA 13 ABATA, RICKY DOMONDON 14 ABAYAN, NARCISO JR DACLES 15 ABE, MICHAEL VICENCIO 16 ABELA, ERICK GARCIA 17 ABELLANA, JOHN MARC GOYLAN 18 ABELLON, MARVIN RUNGDUEN 19 ABENA, MARC LESTER RAMOS 20 ABERO, KIM MAGASPAG 21 ABIBAS, JOHN REYMUND APE 22 ABOGADIE, CRISTY JAY CABADSAN 23 ABOGADO, SHANNON DAVID 24 ABON, KEVIN MARK ACALA 25 ABOY, GREGORY ERFE 26 ABRAZALDO, PRINCE RYAN RANAS 27 ABRENILLA, JAVE BINCENT CAMPO 28 ABRERA, MARCELO JR TANGPUZ 29 ACAL, NEIL JAMES SALE 30 ACBO, JOHN LLOYD VILLA 31 ACEBEDO, RALPH OSORIO 32 ACEJO, LEO JR MONGE 33 ACLAN, CHRISTINE MERELINO 34 ACQUIATAN, MARIDEE SALAZAR 35 ACUPAN, KIM STEPHANIE MIEL 36 ACUÑA, ELWICK PAULINO 37 ADAPTAR, UNICE SEROHIJOS 38 ADARLO, EDWARD ROSALES 39 ADLAON, SHERIDAN PAOLO OBENZA 40 ADONA, JOBERT LABRO 41 ADORNADO, ADRYL HABAL 42 ADRADA, WINSTON TARROSA 43 ADSUARA, MARK ANGELO MARTIN 44 AFRICA, ISRAEL JACA 45 AGAD, ALBERTO III MELLORIN 46 AGAD, CHRIS PAOLO BORROMEO 47 AGCAMARAN, PATRICK PAUL SANTOS 48 AGCAOILI, ELAINE LINTAG 49 AGNES, DANIVIC CABRERA 50 AGOBIAN, ANTOINE OHANNES HERRADURA Roll of Successful Examinees in the CIVIL ENGINEER LICENSURE EXAMINATION Held on NOVEMBER 20 & 21, 2010 Page: 3 of 42 Released on NOVEMBER 24, 2010 Seq. No. N a m e 51 AGOILO, LOUIE NILO TOMACDER 52 AGOR, JORDAN TANDUCO 53 AGPAOA, THELMA VIERNES 54 AGRAVANTE, JUNHEL PIL 55 AGUANTA, ROLAN MANGUIRAN 56 AGUILAR, EDGARDO JR GUILAS 57 AGUILAR, IVAN LORENZ ORIGENES 58 AGUSTIN, KENDRICK GUIAOAN 59 AGUSTIN, MARY ANGELINE BRILA 60 AIZON, ANDREW CATUBAY 61 AJANG, RONIE ZAMORA 62 AJUSAN, TERY BARRIOS 63 AKAS, MORCED MANILI 64 AKIATAN, JULIUS SALUTA 65 ALAGON, ALADEN MANCAO 66 ALAMIN, RANDY ADONGAY 67 ALAPANG, MICHELLE PABLO 68 ALBANCES, CLAIRE CLAUDEEN EGAM 69 ALBANO, ROLLY RUBIO 70 ALBARRACIN, CHERWIN DEL SOCORRO 71 ALBAY, RONALD DELA CRUZ 72 ALBERTO, FERCY VAL RAMOS 73 ALCANTARA, AARON JONATHAN BAÑEZ 74 ALCANTARA, DENNES REYES 75 ALCANTARA, JAN MICHAEL VISMONTE 76 ALCANTARA, RAYLIN GASIÑGAN 77 ALCARAZ, ELIJOHN SAYON 78 ALCONABA, LEO JR AGDA 79 ALCORAN, SOTERO DELGADO 80 ALEMANIA, NANETTE LORICA 81 ALENAIN, MARC IAN DEMOGINA 82 ALFARO, CHARISSE SAQUILAYAN 83 ALFARO, MOISES III MANTILLA 84 ALFONSO, KRISTHEL VELASCO 85 ALFONSO, MARTIN DAVID REYES 86 ALFONSO, MARY JOY ARROZAL 87 ALIANGAN, JIGO CABALAR 88 ALINDADA, RICHARD BALLAD 89 ALIPAO, MARDONIO JR BERNIL 90 ALIPOSA, MYLA HUERTO 91 ALIS, JOHN ROVI OBERA 92 ALLAGA, LOUMER GONZALES 93 ALLAMA, ABDUL GHEFARI KADIRI 94 ALLERMO, KEVIN IBUSAG 95 ALMANZOR, CARLO FRANCISCO IGLESIAS 96 ALMAREZ, KAREN LESTER PAPASIN 97 ALMAZAN, LESTER GARINO 98 ALMENCION, MARK LACUPA 99 ALMIENDA, JENERETH BLANDO 100 ALMONIA, LUCKY CHAMP ORTIZ Roll of Successful Examinees in the CIVIL ENGINEER LICENSURE EXAMINATION Held on NOVEMBER 20 & 21, 2010 Page: 4 of 42 Released on NOVEMBER 24, 2010 Seq. No. N a m e 101 ALMONICAL, TRANQUILINO JR ORDISTA 102 ALOBA, RUEL PASTORIZA 103 ALON, MOHAMMAD SAUD ANGELES 104 ALTERADO, EMILY TANO 105 ALURA, RENE CRIS BAQUILOD 106 ALVAR, ARNOLD OLACO 107 ALVAREZ, ARIES JAIME 108 ALVAREZ, NELBERT TESORERO 109 ALVAREZ, RONALDO REAVELES 110 ALVARO, JESUS CRYS LAYOG 111 ALVIZ, ALBERT LAPID 112 AMADAR, EMIL BORJA 113 AMADOR, JAYVEE JOHN CANSINO 114 AMANTE, MARK LEO ANTHONY BULACJA 115 AMAR, MA CELIETA LEONOR CUSTODIO 116 AMARILLE, REZALD DENZO 117 AMAY, JAYPEE BRUGADA 118 AMEDO, BIEN PAULO SALIBIO 119 AMIDAO, NICARTH BUNA 120 AMINAL, GEORGE SIABABA 121 AMOLAR, MARTY ALMIRA 122 AMOR, RACHELLE JINTALAN 123 AMPER, RUFA BERNAL 124 AMRANGEB, JULIE SIMONGO 125 AMURAO, RICHAMAE PATRICIO 126 ANAPI, KARVIN MABBAYAD 127 ANASAN, BESMARK DE LOS REYES 128 ANAY, JESUS REYMER COME 129 ANDAL, BRYAN EDWARD REYES 130 ANDRES, RYAN JULIUS MANZANO 131 ANGELES, REVIEL JAN IGNACIO 132 ANGELES, XYRUS VILORIA 133 ANGGA, MARY JANE ARINTON 134 ANGGOT, RODEL TORRES 135 ANGOYNA, JAY REX FAUSTO 136 ANHAW, FRANCISCO JADUCANA 137 ANIAG, RIZA MARTIN 138 ANIGAN, MAY PORNOBI 139 ANORE, ROMNICK AÑO 140 ANTONIO, ARNON PAUL PERIAS 141 APALISOK, JOSE PAOLO CAPIRIG 142 APAO, ROMEO JR AMORA 143 APARICIO, HAROLD DOMO 144 APOPOT, JOVANNI KADATAR 145 APURA, ARIS CAMORA 146 AQUINO, JOEL LAMBINO 147 AQUITO, RAFFIE BUDAY 148 ARABE, APRIL MANTILLA 149 ARANDIA, JEROLD JHON ROBERTO 150 ARBUIS, JECELYN CECILIO Roll of Successful Examinees in the CIVIL ENGINEER LICENSURE EXAMINATION Held on NOVEMBER 20 & 21, 2010 Page: 5 of 42 Released on NOVEMBER 24, 2010 Seq. No. N a m e 151 ARCE, MAC PAUL GACULA 152 ARCIBAL, ARNOLFO GUPIT 153 ARELLANO, EDILBERTO JR SEBASTIAN 154 ARELLANO, JAYEARL ENCARTADO 155 ARELLANO, RAYMOND EVANGELISTA 156 ARIAS, ARIEL CHRISTOPHER ENCARNACION 157 ARIZALA, CHARMAINE FULGENCIO 158 ARLEGUI, MIKE JOVEN HONTIVEROS 159 ARMA, RONA BRISTOL 160 ARMADO, NOEL DILIDILI 161 ARNOCO, NEIL RYAN VALENTOS 162 ARONES, JUNRELL BALACUIT 163 ARQUILLO, HERME BALAGTAS 164 ARROBANG, JONA MAE SERQUIÑA 165 ARTILANO, QUEEN HARLEY MAGNO 166 ASCAÑO, ROMEO JR RABAGO 167 ASILO, RHANEE FLORES 168 ASILO, ROVINICK ANGCLA 169 ASIS, ROLAND BRYAN PADURA 170 ASPERA, JAN WINSTON BARCELON 171 ASPERO, JOEMAR CATINGGAN 172 ASUNCION, BEVERLY GAPASIN 173 ATENTO, JAY MADRONIO 174 AURELLANO, JAY VIN MALUBAY 175 AUSTRIA, VIENA ILAGAN 176 AUTENCIO, CARLOMAGNO DE LEON 177 AVEDILLO, JOSEPH RALPH ARMAS 178 AVELINO, JACQUELINE GUTIERREZ 179 AVILLA, JASON ROY CORRE 180 AVISO, WICHELL EVANGELISTA 181 AWA, MARIA CRISTINA OGAYON 182 AYAP, LD JOHN SARTE 183 AYO, ALVIN VILLALOBOS 184 AYO, JULIUS BRIAN KENNETH SABIJON 185 AYSON, JASON ALVIN OLAC 186 AYUBAN, WILFREDO VIRTUDAZO 187 AYUYANG, GIOVANNI ACE LASQUETY 188 AZARES, HAZEL LALAGUNA 189 AZNAR, BONIFACIO JR TORIANO 190 AZUL, JEANNY JAMER 191 AZURIAS, MARIA LETICIA RECIO 192 AÑOSA, WINLOVE ASERIT 193 BAACO, GIECEE NALICA 194 BAAL, MARK NOEL SAGUN 195 BACANI, DANTE ALINAS 196 BACAR, RICHARD RIO 197 BACHARO, REGINALD PIDOR 198 BACONG, MARK KENNETH BRUCAL 199 BACULFO, LEOMAR LECAROS 200 BACUÑGAN, FROILAN ANTONIO CARPIO Roll of Successful Examinees in the CIVIL ENGINEER LICENSURE EXAMINATION Held on NOVEMBER 20 & 21, 2010 Page: 6 of 42 Released on NOVEMBER 24, 2010 Seq. No. N a m e 201 BAGASIN, TERESITO ILACAS 202 BAGAYAS, GLIMPSE DEMORAL 203 BAGONGON, IRENE LABASAN 204 BAGTA, DONIE NGA-EW 205 BAGUIO, ALFACINO BICOS 206 BAILA, FERNANDO JR BANDOJO 207 BAIROY, BRYAN-ZONY RIOMALOS 208 BAJAR, GLENN PAUL PELIÑA 209 BAJET, EUDOXUS DELANEY VANNI PARRA 210 BALABBO, NICKY PIMENTEL 211 BALADJAY, NOJARIO JR TINGDAN 212 BALAGA, JACOB PABELIC 213 BALALIO, OLIVER LAYLAY 214 BALANGGI, JEFFY SOVILLA 215 BALANTA, ARJAY BAYBAYAN 216 BALBUENA, REGGIE GASIS 217 BALCOM, MAYLEEN GATDULA 218 BALDOSANO, JAMES CONEJO 219 BALESTRAMON, KEN NAGALES 220 BALIGOD, REX MENDAL PASINOS 221 BALINGBING, RUBY ANN SOLIS 222 BALISBIS, RICHARD DIOLATA 223 BALISI, MARVIN JUAN 224 BALITA, JANELYN ALIGA 225 BALLAD, JAMES RYAN DE TORRES 226 BALLAO, KENNETH DOCOT 227 BALONGLONG, PAUL JR WAGLISON 228 BALOTO, GARY DIMAYUGA 229 BALTAZAR, AUGUST LORENZO 230 BALTAZAR, DIOMAR LEE 231 BALTAZAR, LOUEL SANTOS 232 BALUBAYAN, NOVEMBER CENTRO 233 BAMBAO, ERVIN EMMANUEL BELAGUAS 234 BANAAG, ELIZABETH TAMONDONG 235 BANAYAT, JOSHUA KRISTIAN MENDOZA 236 BANCORO, ANTHONY CARILLO 237 BANDAO, DENVER PADUYAO 238 BANDIVAS, MICHAEL ARROYO 239 BANDOQUILLO, ROLAND CHRISTIAN CASTILLO 240 BAPTISTA, CHARLIE DEN PALOGAN 241 BAPTISTA, KEITH GAMUYAO 242 BARANDA, BENJAMIN JR MARMITO 243 BARAQUIEL, ROMMEL VILLADIEGO 244 BARBOSA, HERALDIN AGUSTIN 245 BARCENAL, JIMBO BOY GONZAGA 246 BARGO, MARINEL GUMBAN 247 BARILLO, ANNE MARJOLLAINE JAURIGUE 248 BARRALES, ARRIANNE RHOSE VIGUILLA 249 BARRAMEDA, IRGEL BIEN 250 BARRANCO, JODANEL PANIZA Roll of Successful Examinees in the CIVIL ENGINEER LICENSURE EXAMINATION Held on NOVEMBER 20 & 21, 2010 Page: 7 of 42 Released on NOVEMBER 24, 2010 Seq. No. N a m e 251 BARREDO, VER YURONG 252 BARROZO, RAYMOND TAURO 253 BARTOLOME, MARK BONN KAYANAN 254 BARTOLOME, RUSCEL QUIZANA 255 BASAS, MARK ANTHONY GAVIOLA 256 BASAÑEZ, SHELA MAY IBALE 257 BASILIO, ROMEO JR AGUSTIN 258 BASTATAS, MARBELYN RECIBAS 259 BATHAN, JOEY GUTIERREZ 260 BATO, ARNIE PAL 261 BATUTO, JOHN II CAUTIVER 262 BAURILE, MARY GRACE DINLASAN 263 BAUSO, CRISTINE BOLANTE 264 BAUTISTA, ALFIE DE JESUS 265 BAUTISTA, ANGELI PATRICIO 266 BAUTISTA, ANNIE KATHYLEINE EDEP 267 BAUTISTA, ARISTOTLE TORIO 268 BAUTISTA, EDMAR ROMANO 269 BAUTISTA, JESUS BARTOLOME II BANGLAGAN 270 BAUTISTA, MAR LOUIS MAÑIBO 271 BAUTISTA, RODINO MAGPAYO 272 BAUTISTA, RODRIGO JR PRADO 273 BAXINELA, EARL NAVARRA 274 BAYAN, JOAN DIMAS 275 BAYAUA, WINSTON TALAY 276 BAYBAY, JEROME ANGELO BORJA 277 BAYSA, MARK ANTHONY YUSORES 278 BAYTA, MARIAN WYNNE TAÑAMOR 279 BAÑARES, JOBBER CARACOL 280 BEDIA, ZEATHELLA MARIE MAGBANUA 281 BEDONIA, RUFINO III CASTRO 282 BEDUA, GLENN DARIUS SAN JOSE 283 BEGINO, JOAN BACTOL 284 BEJIC, FRANCIS GALIDO 285 BELARO, ROCHELLE ELISE DE GUZMAN 286 BELDEROL, JOHN ALEXANDER SARDINO 287 BELLO, MARVIN PACURSA 288 BELONIO, SAMUEL DECREPITO 289 BELVER, ARTHUR GEORGE SELIN 290 BENIGAY, ELDDIE JOHN LATORRE 291 BENITEZ, BRIAN PAOLO SALONGA 292 BENLINGAN, RODEL CHIMMOH 293 BENTULAN, ETHEL MAY MARILLA 294 BERAL, EDMUND JR BALIGUAT 295 BERANIA, ARLENE JOY BAUTISTA 296 BERAÑA, BRYAN CUETO 297 BERDANDINO, REY MARCELO 298 BERMIDO, KEVIN BRYAN DIMACULANGAN 299 BERNABE, IRENE KRIS LANGIT 300 BERNABE, ROBERTO JR BUENAVENTURA Roll of Successful Examinees in the CIVIL ENGINEER LICENSURE EXAMINATION Held on NOVEMBER 20 & 21, 2010 Page: 8 of 42 Released on NOVEMBER 24, 2010 Seq. No. N a m e 301 BERNARDINO, ALLAN ZAPATA 302 BERNARDO, ASTROPHEL SANCHEZ 303 BERNARDO, CARLO VICTOR CASIMIRO 304 BERNARDO, RENALD VINCENT TEJANO 305 BERNARDO, SARAH JOY MARIANO 306 BERNAS, ANTONIO JR LAGUISMA 307 BERONIO, ARIS DE JESUS 308 BEROS, SHEENA JOY TEDRANES 309 BERTIZ, TIMOTHY MENDOZA 310 BERTULFO, ROMREN VINCENT JASO 311 BESAS, GIEL REX REPIQUE 312 BESAS, ROMEL DE RAMA 313 BESLIG, MARIAN LOU PEDOY 314 BESORIO, ENRICO III CABALIDA 315 BETIC, GILBERT PATAC 316 BETITA, JUVEL ALEGRE 317 BETONIO, DANTE MAGPATOC 318 BEÑALES, MARTIN CEASAR GONZALES 319 BICERA, ZORDIE PAGTOLON AN 320 BICLAR, RAYMOND ESPESO 321 BILAG, JORDAN SALOT 322 BILASANO, JOSEPH IAN BENITEZ 323 BINUDIN, ALI ZAFRULLAH DAUD 324 BIRO, GUILMAR DEXTER FALCON 325 BLANAS, MARY ANN MANRIQUE 326 BLANCA, PAULA JEAN CRUSILLO 327 BLANCO, SUZETTE FLORES 328 BLANDO, JERIC GLEN ARCONADO 329 BOBIS, HERNAN BILASANO 330 BOCALA, MYLENE BULQUERIN 331 BOCALES, ROLANDO VILLAMOR 332 BOCO, NELSON LOBINA 333 BOCOBO, MICHAEL RAMIREZ 334 BOLANDO, JESON CALIMPONG 335 BOLONOS, WALDO RAE CATIPAY 336 BONAVENTE, RAY ADRIAN LIMNEO TY 337 BONDOC, NICO LADORES 338 BONGYAD, VIC ARTHUR ALARCON 339 BONODE, NOELSON BARTOLOME 340 BORES, CHRISTIAN JOHN MAHUBAY 341 BORJA, RUEL ORPILLA 342 BORLAGON, KATHLEEN RAQUIPO 343 BOTAVARA, SEAN PATRIARCA 344 BRAVO, EDMISTER GUMBAN 345 BRIONES, RICHARD MASONGSONG 346 BRITO, MARY ROSE ONG 347 BRONUELA, LEA BOBIER 348 BROTO, KENNETH DELATONGA 349 BROÑOLA, JUAN MIGUEL CLEOFAS 350 BUARAO, JUDE NUYLAN Roll of Successful Examinees in the CIVIL ENGINEER LICENSURE EXAMINATION Held on NOVEMBER 20 & 21, 2010 Page: 9 of 42 Released on NOVEMBER 24, 2010 Seq. No. N a m e 351 BUENAFLOR, JUNE NOLLEN 352 BUENAVENTE, JAYMAR OLIVEROS 353 BUENAVENTURA, DAN MAR DIONICIO 354 BUENAVISTA, ERLINOELA HERNANDEZ 355 BUENO, GREGOR MART GABRIEL 356 BUENO, JOEL BO 357 BUENVIAJE, DHIONALD CARLO VALERO 358 BUHAT, ROY TRISTAN ALBO 359 BULAN, ISAGANI GATAN 360 BULASCO, JESON MARGAS 361 BULAUAN, BRYAN SALAS 362 BULGADO, MICHAELANGELO OYANGORIN 363 BUMADILLA, MARIA THERESA DIMOL 364 BUMANGLAG, JARKIN PHILIP PACIS 365 BUMATAY, EAN ARMADA 366 BUMATAY, MARK VINCENT BARUT 367 BUMATNONG, EUGEN GAVINO 368 BUNNAO, RHESTYTOM LICOS 369 BUSAYONG, SEBEDI JUSTIN ADRADA 370 BUSICO, ADRIAN MICHAEL REY BAGUINAT 371 BUSTAMANTE, JOSEF MARTIN GANTICA 372 BUTAY, JOWY DOMINICK BAUTISTA 373 BUYAYO, KENNETH UDAN 374 CAADLAWON, REY CASTEN AMORA 375 CAAGBAY, REANENN ROCES 376 CAASI, WILLIAM GABINE 377 CABACUNGAN, JEFFERSON AGGASID 378 CABADING, JANZEN RHYS REGINO 379 CABAIS, ARNEL CABATIC 380 CABALFIN, JOEL CACERES 381 CABALLAR, MARINA CARLA 382 CABALLES, JOYCE ANN ABAD 383 CABALLES, MARLON SACIL 384 CABALO, FROILAN ELLO 385 CABALQUINTO, MURPHY POBOCAN 386 CABALTICA, JONATHAN ALCAYAGA 387 CABANA, ROBINSON LUSTRE 388 CABANIG, KATHERINE ABANADOR 389 CABARUAN, DIVINE PULIDO 390 CABIGAO, MARIA LOURDES GERONIMO 391 CABILDO, GEMMA LAGRAMA 392 CABLING, WILSON AGUILAR 393 CABRAL, LUCENDO CALLOS 394 CABRERA, CARLO LUNASCO 395 CABRERA, MARLON BADAJOS 396 CABRERA, TROY BEL FAJARDO 397 CABREROS, JOSEPH ANTONIO 398 CABRITO, RONALYN PANGANIBAN 399 CAC, RICHARD JAY ILOVINO 400 CACAYAN, LOUIE PACARAT Roll of Successful Examinees in the CIVIL ENGINEER LICENSURE EXAMINATION Held on NOVEMBER 20 & 21, 2010 Page: 10 of 42 Released on NOVEMBER 24, 2010 Seq. No. N a m e 401 CADDUMLAY, JAGE BABATE 402 CADENA, MARK JESSON NAPE 403 CADIATAN, JOE FRANCIS ABAWAG 404 CADIZ, RODORA CUNANAN 405 CADIZ, SUNCRIS BAJAR 406 CADORNA, CHRISTIAN TINIO 407 CADORNA, MA CLARICE CALUCAG 408 CADUCOY, JOEMAR GARCIA 409 CAGADAS, RONIEL ROSALES 410 CAGAS, ADELARDO JR CABAÑEZ 411 CAHIGAN, AGAPHE JOY OLANDAG 412 CAIBIGAN, MA LAURECE YUZON 413 CAIG, DIVINA CASTILLO 414 CAINGLET, ALEXIS ANGELI TIAMPO 415 CAIÑA, IRENE JOYCE AGUILAR 416 CALATA, GERALD JAMES RAMOS 417 CALAUOD, FRANCIS DEO SALCEDO 418 CALBARIO, RIEZEL LABORDE 419 CALICDAN, JONATHAN CLARK SISON 420 CALIMLIM, ALLEN REY BALTAZAR 421 CALINAO, RONNEIL GARCIA 422 CALPATURA, REINER ARVIN GELACIO 423 CALUMBA, SHERWIN ROY SAN PABLO 424 CALVEZ, JEANNIE GRACE PERAREN 425 CAMARIOSA, JOEY BICERA 426 CAMAÑGONAN, APPLE ROSE BIDLAN 427 CAMBALON, MARIA TERESA SIO 428 CAMBIADO, ERMI BADILLA 429 CAMIÑA, MARY LYN JOY TAMON 430 CAMLIAN, RAIZA SAHIPA 431 CAMONGOL, CHRISTIAN CASTILLO 432 CANDIDATO, SAINOLA ABUBACAR 433 CANDIDO, MARIAN AYALA 434 CANDO, PABLO JR DULLIN 435 CANDOLE, FLOMAR PANTONIAL 436 CANICULA, MARK QUITALEG 437 CANSANCIO, ROY LOFRANCO 438 CANSON, MELANIE QUEJADO 439 CANUSA, NIÑO MENDRADO VI SEDORIOSA 440 CAPETILLO, RODOLFO GELERA 441 CAPILI, JOHN CLARK VALENCIANO 442 CAPISTANI, CAMILLE SANGLE 443 CARAAN, KRISCEL ATIENZA 444 CARAG, CYRIL CONRAD ARAO 445 CARAIG, ISABELO PEREZ 446 CARALE, REYNOLD FLORES 447 CARAMPATANA, RAYMUND GUZMAN 448 CARANGAN, ROWELL EUGENIO 449 CARBA, JOHN BENEDICK CALING 450 CARIÑO, RYAN JOSEPH FRIAS
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Board Exams/Professional Teacher
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Roll of Successful Examinees in the C. P. A. LICENSURE EXAMINATION - MIDDLE EAST Held on NOVEMBER 16, 2010 & FF. DAYS Page: 2 of 3 Released on DECEMBER 9, 2010 1 ALER, NORLENE PAIGAO 2 ALULOD, MARIA ANGELICA HERNANDEZ 3 ARTEZUELA, DANNY ARROYO 4 AYSON, BRENDA AMOR VALLO 5 BAANG, SHEILA LUZ LABAJO 6 BAKAR, GUIAMELA DIOLA 7 BERMEJO, RAQUEL DUMLAO 8 BRUCAL, BUENA BANTUGON 9 CAROLINO, JOVELYN GAMUEDA 10 CASTILLO, JOWEL CUSI 11 COSICO, FRANK KENNETH DERIQUITO 12 CRUZ, ANNA PERLITA REYES 13 CRUZ, CATHERINE REGUINE 14 DELUVIO, MA IVANNE VILLONES 15 GLORIA, HOSANNA CADENAS 16 GOMEZ, LEONARD SALES 17 GUEVARRA, POLICARPIO BARRO 18 GUINGAB, CHRISTINE BAGUNU 19 HALILI, LOVELISSA GALA 20 QUING, VANESSA REZANO 21 ROSALES, ALVIN LORIA 22 SAMPER, ARLENE CAPARANGA 23 SANTARIN, WYRING HOLLON 24 TAGAYON, JACOB LOJA 25 TUSI, DERRICK FERNANDEZ NOTHING FOLLOWS---------------------- C. P. A. LICENSURE EXAMINATION - MIDDLE EAST Held on NOVEMBER 16, 2010 & FF. DAYS Released on DECEMBER 9, 2010 List of successful examinees whose REGISTRATION shall be DEFERRED pending compliance with some registration requirements: 1 BRIOSO, CHARLES PHILIP ANTHONY BAUTISA 2 CABAHUG, ROMENCIO JR COMILLO 3 DOLOR, ABELARDO ROMERO 4 HERMIDA, JANETH BARDON 5 JOBILO, JOEBY BARANGAN 6 LUNA, VANESSA VILLANUEVA 7 RODRIGUEZ, WILMA LANDICHO 8 SAGARAL, ALEXIS 9 SANTOS, ZARINA RAMOS 10 VIVAS, ERIC DELA CRUZ NOTHING FOLLOWS.......................
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Board Exams/Mechanical Engineer
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Roll of Successful Examinees in the PROFESSIONAL MECHANICAL ENGINEER EXAMINATION Held in November 2010 Released on December 9, 2010 1 BETON, JOSE JR BROTARLO 2 BONGOLTO, ARTURO GULDE 3 CRUZ, PETRONILO SUBA 4 GARCIA, RANDY EBALLAR 5 GOMESERIA, RONALD VALLEDOR 6 GONZALES, SIMEON JR CABILLAN 7 GUZMAN, PLACIDO CABALFIN 8 HEREZO, NELSON SUERTE 9 JARAMILLA, LENUEL PAJUELAS 10 KHAN, FLAVIO VILLANUEVA 11 MOYANO, ALAN DELA TORRE 12 ONGOCO, ARTURO JR SADURAL 13 PANGILINAN, MANUEL MUNSOD 14 PARDILLA, ARISTOTLE PALOMILLO 15 PASUELO, NARCISO MAGBANUA 16 PEDROZO, REYNALDO DELA CRUZ 17 PELAEZ, PORFERIO ILISAN 18 PEREZ, BENITO AGUSTIN 19 PORTE, JOEY MICHAEL PEÑA 20 ROMANES, BERNARDO CARAAN 21 SEVA, ROMEO JR PEDRAJAS 22 SOMIDO, ROWELL GATDULA 23 VALENZUELA, LEVI ORTIGUERRA NOTHING FOLLOWS---------------------- Roll of Successful Examinees in the MECHANICAL ENGINEER LICENSURE EXAMINATION - MIDDLE EAST Held on NOVEMBER 16 & 17, 2010 Released on DECEMBER 9, 2010 1 BANSIL, WILZON LUGTU 2 BARBOSA, RUEL BALON 3 BARRIOS, BIENVENIDO JR BENOZA 4 BATTUNG, JOMAR TURINGAN 5 CABREROS, JAYSON PEDROZA 6 CASTILLO, ROBBIE PUNAY 7 CERIBO, MARVIN LOPENA 8 DAYAWAN, MARIO JR GALLETO 9 DE GUZMAN, LEONARDO JR CRUZ 10 DE VILLA, PAULINO CARSOCHO 11 ECONAR, LEANTHONY DABLIO 12 ELARDO, LEONARDO BANTANG 13 ESPINOSA, JOVEN BACALAN 14 FLORES, HELBERT HYBO 15 GAMINO, MICHAEL HIPOLITO 16 GATCHALIAN, ELMER ECHEM 17 LLAMAS, REY JULIUS CAESAR BOBILES 18 MANANSALA, DENNIS TEODOCIO 19 MENDOZA, ROMEL SARMIENTO 20 OCAMPO, ERWIN QUIZON 21 OCATE, HERNANIE CANILLA 22 PONFERRADA, DOMINADOR JR ALVARAN 23 QUINDICA, JOEMEL OBISPO 24 SAINZ, JORDAN PANGAN 25 SAMSON, DIEGO LASULA 26 SAPITULA, HERNAND ALMODOVAR 27 SILADOR, CARLITO ALFORQUE 28 VILLACERAN, LINDON OFIANGA 29 VILLANUEVA, CHRISTOPHER OCA NOTHING FOLLOWS---------------------- MECHANICAL ENGINEER LICENSURE EXAMINATION - MIDDLE EAST Held on NOVEMBER 16 & 17, 2010 Released on DECEMBER 9, 2010 List of successful examinees whose REGISTRATION shall be DEFERRED pending compliance with some registration requirements: 1 ACOSTA, LIZA LUMANGLAS 2 AMOSCO, ANTONIO JR HIZOLE 3 ARENAS, ORLANDO REYES 4 BADAYOS, ROLANDO JR AMOLONG 5 BASTIDA, GLEEN FERNANDEZ 6 BERSABE, GERRIC PAGUO 7 DE LEON, JOHN ELEUTERIO 8 PADILLA, PETER DIZON 9 ZABLAN, REYNANTE AMBOY NOTHING FOLLOWS.......................
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Board Exams/Electronic and Communication Engineer
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    Roll of Successful Examinees in the PROFESSIONAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEER EXAMINATION Held in November 2010 Page 2 of 23 Released on December 2, 2010 1 ADAMOS, RAYMOND QUICHO 2 BELTRAN, ANGELO JR ANGCO 3 CATAGUE, MICHAEL FRANCIS CHIN 4 CHAN, ALEXANDER RAYA 5 EMPUERTO, DENNIS ANTHONY DADOLE 6 ESTRADA, ALDRIN DE LEON 7 FLORES, PAULO ANGELO VENERACION 8 GALINGAN, HENRY TORRES 9 GANTALAO, EDGAR GRAPA 10 LEGASPI, CONSTANCIO JR RECODO 11 LEONARDO, MANUEL FERRER 12 LORENZO, LORENZITO JUCO 13 MABITAZAN, EDWIN CABUDOY 14 MALAPITAN, RUEL BUENSUCESO 15 MANGA, RAMON FUNES 16 ONG, BENJAMIN QUE 17 ORDONA, GODOFREDO PANAY 18 PARCON, ADRIAN MACAPAYAD 19 RIOS, AURORA MAGSALIN 20 RIZALDO, ROSITA TAMBASACAN 21 VALDEZ, VINCENT AUSTRIA 22 VARILLA, PHILIP ANCHETA NOTHING FOLLOWS------------- Roll of Successful Examinees in the ELECTRONICS ENGINEER LICENSURE EXAMINATION Held on NOVEMBER 27 & 28, 2010 Page: 3 of 23 Released on DECEMBER 2, 2010 1 ABACAN, IRIS CATHRINA MACATANGAY 2 ABALA, MARICEL HERTEZ 3 ABAPO, BRYAN IAN GAYADAO 4 ABAYARE, JOSEPH RAY DEGUITO 5 ABAÑO, ADRIAN CLEMENTE 6 ABEL, DAVID PAUL MIRABEL 7 ABELEDA, SHIELA MARIE TABANGIN 8 ABELLA, KRIS ANNE BARTOLOME 9 ABELLA, PIERRE ANGELO 10 ABLES, ALVIN RESURRECCION 11 ABLOG, LOUISE JOHN BUENAVISTA 12 ABUEVA, NEIL IAN PAOLO 13 ABUNDO, ROMMEL PEQUERAS 14 ACHA, JOSEMARIE III GANDIONCO 15 ACO, GINO DELA PEÑA 16 ADAWAG, JEFFREY TOLENTINO 17 ADAYA, DEXTER MARTINEZ 18 ADLAWAN, NEIL MICHAEL PARDENILLA 19 ADOBAS, JANU MULIG 20 AGCIO, RYAN BINUHE 21 AGOR, ALDRICH KIM BOBILES 22 AGUBA, BABY LIEZYLE GARCIA 23 AGUSTIN, GIL JR TOMAS 24 AKLUL, ZHERHAN BARJANA 25 ALANO, MICHAEL ALMINE 26 ALCANTARA, AYLCHINO LOUISE PHILIP ABAD 27 ALCOMENDRAS, ANDREW ALINSUGAY 28 ALEGADO, DEO ANGELO ONGOCO 29 ALEMANIA, LOURENCE TORRES 30 ALESNA, JUPELM RENATO MARINAY 31 ALFANTE, AARON PAULO MADRIGAL 32 ALIGSAO, ARNULFO JR ADLAWAN 33 ALIPIO, MELCHIZEDEK IBARRIENTOS 34 ALLANIGUE, MANUEL III MATAFLORIDA 35 ALMAREZ, MARVIN STA ANA 36 ALMAZAN, JOEMIL JAN BRANDARES 37 ALMENDRAL, HANSON CAMARCE 38 ALONTO, ALMADINI GURO 39 ALONZO, JOHN EMMERSON OASAN 40 ALPUERTO, ZANDER JOHN ARTIENDA 41 ALSREE, SHARIEF MOHAMMAD KAYER TANJIJI 42 ALTERADO, RYAN CESAR CREMAN 43 ALVAREZ, ALDRIN MANILA 44 ALVAREZ, JENNYLYNE TAMONDONG 45 ALVAREZ, MARY MEL ABLINA 46 AMADA, JANRY CORPUZ 47 AMARANTO, KEVIN ACEBUCHE 48 AMARGA, YDRON PAUL COSARE 49 AMARGO, EZRALYN ARMIA 50 AMBA, NEIL SAMUEL ACHAY 51 AMBAYEC, GINO PAULO RAMIREZ 52 AMBONG, MARK FEL ESTORGA 53 AMELO, PERCY JR TOGLE 54 AMER, KIM XYDEN SALARZA 55 AMOLAT, JOVANNE MAMOGAY 56 AMON, JONEMERL LABAGDAY 57 AMORA, LOWELL NAVARRO 58 AMPONIN, FRANZ JULIAN TESALONA 59 ANCHETA, ANDREW RAINIER MEDINA 60 ANDAL, BJ ORTIZ 61 ANDAYA, JOHN MICHAEL SIMAN 62 ANDRADE, JOMAR BAGTAS 63 ANDRES, JENNIFER JARDIN 64 ANGELES, JOSE FERNANDO VERA 65 ANGELES, MARK EDISON BALTAZAR 66 ANNO, RIC JAMES MANDING 67 ANTOLIN, ELIEZER JUAN 68 ANTONIO, JEFFRY ONG 69 APOSTADERO, CARMINA ULANG 70 APOSTOL, VERMOND SERRANO 71 APRESTO, MADEMOISELLE MAGNOLIA MERIELLE ESTRELLA BONDAD 72 AQUILIZAN, JENNIFER ANTONIO 73 AQUINO, ROMNICK MALIGNO 74 ARADA, AARON UMAHON 75 ARANDIA, HECTOR SIA 76 ARAÑA, JUDAEA RACQUEL MATIENZO 77 ARBULANTE, MARTIN LEONARDO 78 ARCANGEL, MARC EDGAR ABORQUE 79 ARCAYA, APRIL JOY CLOMA 80 ARCEGA, CHESNEY ORDOÑEZ 81 ARCILLA, CHRISTIAN CLAVANO 82 ARELLANO, RON CARLO DIMALIBOT 83 ARES, WILLIAM JR MOLLENA 84 AREVALO, KEVIN PAUL NACIS 85 ARGAÑOSA, DANA MICHELLE BREGANZA 86 ARGENTE, JOSE MARI BAUYON 87 ARGUELLES, BILLY CALUZA 88 ARLANTE, MARK DAVE MAGDALUYO 89 ARTISTA, MARC EDWARD CARABIT 90 ASADA, DYNA MARIE CORTEZ 91 ASANO, ALEXANDER DELEQUIÑA 92 ASIS, MARK ANTHONY ABAD 93 ASTACAAN, DENNIS MARCOJOS 94 ASTURIAS, ROBERT LUE RELANO 95 ASUMBRA, TREVOR AMBROCIO 96 ATANACIO, ANNA TISSA SERGIO 97 ATENCIANA, LOUIE JAY OLIVAR 98 ATENDIDO, MELISSA HONRUBIA 99 ATILANO, PHILIP ADRIAN TAN 100 AUDITOR, FARRAH JANE CAÑEDO 101 AUSTRIA, RAJIE FERRER 102 AVELLANO, CONSTANTIN FLORES 103 AVENDAÑO, MARY GRACE TAN 104 AZORES, HYRA APPLE TAWIDE 105 BAANG, CLIFFORD RANIEGO 106 BACANTO, STELLA VILLAR 107 BACHILLER, KIM ALBERT ALE 108 BADIOLA, MARK JAYSON AGUIRRE 109 BALANQUIT, LINO JR RUBENECIA 110 BALBUENA, JEFFERSON MONTENEGRO 111 BALBUENA, LILET DOBLON 112 BALILI, NIEL FRANCIS SANTILLAN 113 BALINAS, ANN MARIE ROSELLE DEMETILLO 114 BALITAAN, MAC GYVER DELA CRUZ 115 BANATAO, JULIE ANN MASIRAG 116 BANGGA, RANDY SOLIS 117 BANIÑA, MARK ANTHONY RIODIL 118 BANLAWE, IVANE ANN PENEYRA 119 BANTILO, MA LARA NUGUIT 120 BANTUAS, ESSAM LUCMAN 121 BANTUGAN, R V MARANAN 122 BARATANG, ALBERT III REYES 123 BARCELONA, KATRINA MARIANO 124 BARCENAS, KRISTA JOY TINGZON 125 BARORO, JOANNA MARIE MADLA 126 BARRERA, ANNABELLE TEJADA 127 BARRIENTOS, DAHLIA JOY MAGAWAY 128 BARROGA, WINDEL PUNGTILAN 129 BARTOLOME, ABIGAIL BALNAO 130 BARTOLOME, ANSLEY VIDAD 131 BARTOLOME, JOEMER CUYA 132 BASILIO, JENNIFER DELA CRUZ 133 BASIO, JAKE RYAN MERCADO 134 BASISTER, MAR ANJELO INALVEZ 135 BASTO, DENECE CARLA MONTEALEGRE 136 BATAC, MARLON SANTOS 137 BATILO, JERVEN SIGUENZA 138 BAUTISTA, BRANDON PAMPLONA 139 BAUTISTA, KRIS NEIL FORBES 140 BAUTISTA, MIKE LEMUEL BASILAN 141 BAUTISTA, NICEFORA BOLOS 142 BAUTO, ADRIAN SOLIMAN 143 BAYBAY, ALLEN KEVIN MENDOZA 144 BECINA, GUILLER JED INSON 145 BELDIA, KRISNA LYN BANAGODOS 146 BELOGOLO, JORGE GABATO 147 BEQUILLO, DAISY CUETO 148 BERIDA, MARK GYRAN DAÑO 149 BERLIN, MA RONETTE TABULA 150 BERNUS, RENZ APOLLO MUNAR 151 BERSANO, ADRIAN ANTONIO LUSAN 152 BETIA, SALVADOR MARTIN JR MALLARI 153 BICOY, JAY RYAN DALMAN 154 BIHAG, GLENN ARNAIZ 155 BINAY, LAZARO JR RED 156 BIOL, IVY JOY ALAAN 157 BISCO, JENNY LYNN GRET 158 BLANCO, JENNEL MARIE SANTOS 159 BLANCO, KATHRINA MANDIGMA 160 BLANES, ROLDAN CORPUS 161 BLANGUE, ROWELL BRECIA 162 BOA, DENNIS JOHN GUILLERMO 163 BOLAÑOS, RICHELLE SABIO 164 BOLIGAO, JAY-AR DAVID 165 BOLIVAR, GENELYN BERNABELA 166 BONA, ZARAMAINE CARSON 167 BONDAL, LOIS FRANCIS BANGHAL 168 BONTILAO, BOBSMEI NARCISO 169 BORDON, ARVIN WESLEY SORIANO 170 BORJA, ALLAN CHRISTOPHER TEODORO 171 BOTER, ALMARIO ADARAYAN 172 BRIONES, MARIA ANGELICA SANTIAGO 173 BRIONES, MARISSA MORENO 174 BUENAVENTURA, EDZYL MUNARRIZ 175 BUENO, MARIA NICOLO MEDINA 176 BUNAGAN, ALDRICH DELA CRUZ 177 BUOT, MICHAEL ANDREW ESTRADA 178 BUSLAYAN, LEDELYN BANGSOYAO 179 BUSTOS, VIRGINIA BORBON 180 BUTON, EDISON GRACE BURLING 181 CABABAHAY, ALVIN JR LAURIN 182 CABAL, MARIELLE MIRANDA 183 CABAL, RAMLAINE JEAN TORRES 184 CABALLERO, CLARENCE AMOGAN 185 CABALLERO, MARIA LEA PADONIO 186 CABALUNA, JOUPERSE FRANCISCO 187 CABASAN, ELLAINE JANDOC 188 CABILA, KRISTIAN DALUMPINES 189 CABOT, EMMIE TOMO 190 CABRAL, JUAN PAULO IBAÑEZ 191 CABRAL, MARK JONATHAN ESPEDIDO 192 CABRERA, MARK PATRICK BUENO 193 CABUEÑAS, NIÑO VIRGEL PACLE 194 CABURUBIAS, MARK PHILIP TAN 195 CADELIÑA, PATRICK JONATHAN AMBAL 196 CAGUIOA, ORLANDO JR DELA CRUZ 197 CALAMAY, HANS CHRISTIAN MANALO 198 CALASARA, JESUS JR PERALTA 199 CALIVA, MARICAR CALEON 200 CALUPAD, MART JERIC LEGASPI 201 CAMAÑAN, CLINTON JAY DAUGDAUG 202 CAMINGAL, CHARMAINE FORMIGONEZ 203 CAMPO, LOUIS CHRISTOPER TIBAR 204 CANDELARIO, PAUL BRYAN GREGORIO 205 CANOY, ANGELA RAEANN GUEVARRA 206 CAOC, MARLYN 207 CAPINIG, DAMNICK CAHILIG 208 CAPULE, CRISTINA PANGANIBAN 209 CAPUNO, SHERWIN ROXAS 210 CAPUTERO, RACHILLE ESTORES 211 CARAIG, MICHAEL ANTHONY CABUS 212 CARANDANG, FRANCIS ALLAN OPULENCIA 213 CARANDANG, JAYSON GALANG 214 CARANGUIAN, HEINRICH ALCANTARA 215 CARAVANA, JURAMI LOURDES REMO 216 CARDINAS, CINDY PATRICIO 217 CARIÑO, JOANNA CHARIS NUNAG 218 CARLOS, EVAN JAMES KELLEY 219 CARTON, REY VINCENT BARCELONA 220 CASIPONG, BIANCA LEE 221 CASTA, SHEENA BAUTISTA 222 CASTILLO, JOHN PAUL IBO 223 CASTILLO, MARIO ANGELO MONTOYA 224 CASTILLO, MYLA ABUYOG 225 CASTILLO, RINO JONAS FELICIANO 226 CATAMBAY, JELLY NINA COMETA 227 CATOLPOS, PETER PAUL SOROÑO 228 CAÑAMAQUE, MARCOCARLO URMENETA 229 CAÑEDA, RYAN DUNGOG 230 CEBALLOS, DAVID ERNEST BIGLANG-AWA 231 CEDULLO, EARL JAMES CONSTANTINO 232 CELLONA, DEXTER MUÑOZ 233 CEMACIO, IAN AMAG 234 CENAL, KEYVEN GRAGASIN 235 CERIOLA, CARL MICHAEL NOBLE 236 CERVANTES, MILNALD MARTIN LAMAN 237 CEZAR, ESPERANZA JOY MOLETA 238 CHANLIONGCO, RANDELL DEL ROSARIO 239 CHAVEZ, APRILYN VISAGAR 240 CHAVEZ, MARJORIE REYES 241 CHECA, CARLO JOSE BAUTISTA 242 CHINAMAN, DARWIN IGNACIO 243 CHIU, JAMES GUZMAN 244 CHUA, FREDERICK LEORNA 245 CHUA, LORENZ ARVIN CO 246 CHUA, MICHAEL JOHN UY 247 CLARET, JONATHAN DOMINGO 248 CLAROS, ROLAND EDIMAR PUYAT 249 CLAVE, EDDIE JR DEMAPITAN 250 CLEMENTE, JOHN PAUL RAPACON 251 CO, EMIL LIM 252 COBAR, PRESTENE JAIMEE TEJADA 253 COBER, JAY R LAZAGA 254 COGASA, JOSEPH PEPITO 255 COLISAO, JOAN COLO 256 COLLERA, PHILIP JOHN ORONGAN 257 COLTE, JASON BINAY-AN 258 COMPORAL, ROEL POGATA 259 CONCEPCION, CHARMIAN MEDRANO 260 CONCHA, JOHN ROBERT GILERA 261 CONCON, KRISTINE LIGAN 262 CORDERO, ANGELICA PONCE 263 CORDOVEZ, CHRISTIAN CAMPO 264 CORNILLEZ, DAN SIMONE MONDIGO 265 CORPUS, LEXANN MIRANDA 266 CORPUS, REGINALDO DALIT 267 CORRAL, JASPER KENT ALCORANO 268 CORTEZ, JEFFERSON RUFIN 269 CORTEZ, MANUELITO AMOR ANGELES 270 COSICO, GINO ANGELO RIVERA 271 CRISALDO, JAN MICHAEL ARAÑO 272 CRISOSTOMO, FRANKY VON PIDO 273 CRUZ, JAYSON AMANDY 274 CRUZ, PAULA BLANCA LAZARO 275 CRUZ, TIMOTHY RENZ MICHAEL GAGAN 276 CRUZ, XINIA ANGELA ZAFRA 277 CUBIAN, RAYMOND MIRATA 278 CUENCA, CATHERINE TAYONG 279 CUENCA, JOANNE TESICO 280 DADIVAS, DANNAH GRACE CABATAC 281 DAGUINOTAN, REX NAMOL 282 DAJAO, ROXANNE MONTILLA 283 DALANGIN, BEVERLY DE CHAVEZ 284 DALDE, MARY GRACE TURINGAN 285 DALIPE, JOHN MICHAEL ZULUETA 286 DAMPIL, FEEWEE PANGAN 287 DANGANAN, DAREN ESGUERRA 288 DATOY, JOANNE MARIE BAYLOSIS 289 DATUIN, GERARDO CARLOS PANINGBATAN 290 DAVID, ISRAELLE JORDAN 291 DAVID, JOCELYN BAUTISTA 292 DAVID, JOHN PATRICK SOLIDUM 293 DAVID, MARVIN ACE BUAN 294 DAYAO, REGINA RABINA 295 DAYRIT, SAVINA EVIDENTE 296 DE DIOS, ROSANNO JC BALANAY 297 DE GUZMAN, CHRISTOPHER BADURIA 298 DE GUZMAN, FITZ GERALD FATALLA 299 DE GUZMAN, JOAN MARIE CADIENTE 300 DE GUZMAN, MELVIN DEXTER PIAMONTE 301 DE JOYA, ROBERTO JR DELA CRUZ 302 DE LA CRUZ, MARIO JR PELIÑO 303 DE LEON, JAN VINCENT FERNANDEZ 304 DE LEON, JOHN FRANCIS PERALTA 305 DE LEON, JOHN VIRGILIO GARCIA 306 DE LEON, JUDITH ANN MARTIN 307 DE LEON, RENDEL VAERON LORENZO 308 DE LOS REYES, RONNA VILLANUEVA 309 DE LOS REYES, ZETHLENE ILAGAN 310 DE LOS SANTOS, BRYAN LOUIEN GALANG 311 DE MESA, GENIEVAVE JOY PUREZA 312 DE OMANIA, JEANETTE VALMOCINA 313 DE ROXAS, ANGELIE MAÑIBO 314 DE TORRES, FROILAN BAGSIT 315 DE VERA, EARL NELSON OCAMPO 316 DE VERA, KRISTINE ANN ANTIGA 317 DECASA, LEAH TIONGCO 318 DEJUCOS, ERWIN LANDICHO 319 DEL ROSARIO, FEDERICK JAIME ABARIENTOS 320 DELA CRUZ, ELAINE JOY SALONGA 321 DELA CRUZ, GRACE JELL AGNAS 322 DELA CRUZ, JAYBEE ROMERO 323 DELA CRUZ, JEREMEH MALICSI 324 DELA CRUZ, JULIUS OLMO 325 DELA CRUZ, PETER LINO TORCUATOR 326 DELA CRUZ, ZANDER ANTOLIN 327 DELA ROSA, NORBIE BRAVO 328 DELIMA, MA CRISTINA ELLA 329 DELOS REYES, BRYAN OBAR 330 DELOS SANTOS, JAMIE DEL MUNDO 331 DEMATERA, KRISTIAN CAMARA 332 DESABELLA, CHRISTIAN MARABABOL 333 DETERA, JESELYN DIVINA 334 DIAZ, KENNETH IAN VILLAMOR 335 DIAZ, RESTY MACARAEG 336 DICDICAN, CARDIFF CARIN 337 DICTADO, RYAN AUSTRIA 338 DIMACULANGAN, MARK IAN ALDEA 339 DIMARANAN, KRISTIAN CARIÑO 340 DIMAYUGA, RAYMOND LAWRENCE RAMOS 341 DIMAYUGA, ROY ABRENICA 342 DIN, JOSE BERNARDO REYES 343 DION, KEVIN FRONDA 344 DIONGZON, LESTER VILLANUEVA 345 DIZON, NATHANIEL TOLENTINO 346 DIZON, NEILMARCO GANGAN 347 DIZON, PAULA BEATRIZ RAYMUNDO 348 DIZON, SHALIMAR PONPON 349 DOCDOCIL, GLENN MICHAEL VEDUA 350 DOGILLO, KAREN MAYE SANTOS 351 DOLOR, CAMILLE ROSE SIBAL 352 DOMINGCIL, JEZZ REY CARIAGA 353 DOMINGO, LARRY MIKE VINOYA 354 DUCADO, CAROL ONG 355 DULAY, SHEILA LYN LUCERO 356 DULDULAO, JEZRELL VER DOMINGO 357 DUMAYAS, NIKKO JAY BACANI 358 DUNGOG, REIL DONALD POLINAR 359 DUQUE, HEINER JAKE PIRA 360 EBAJO, JORGE JR LICONG 361 EBIDO, TIMOTHY JOHN CENA 362 EBORA, FREDERICK PISAN 363 ECALDRE, ADRIAN RUMBAUA 364 EGAY, JEROME ATENTA 365 ELIZAGA, MARY GRACE PANTIG 366 ENAJE, JOHN PAUL CALUBAYAN 367 ENDAYA, RHOENA GEAN TULAO 368 ERANO, ERNEST EDSEL ORILLO 369 ESCALANTE, RAYMUND BENAVIDEZ 370 ESCARIO, MICHAEL DEUNA 371 ESCOTO, JASON FLOGIO 372 ESPENILLA, REVY JOYCE ESTOESTA 373 ESPINA, JENELLE MARIE BABASA 374 ESPIRITU, DONNA MARIE PANGANIBAN 375 ESPORLAS, JEFFREY NICOLAS 376 ESQUILLO, RYAN COLMINAR 377 ESTAÑOL, JOHN VEY NEMIS 378 ESTERON, MIRGEL VINCENT UMALI 379 ESTREBOR, LIZA MAE TENERIFE 380 ESTRELLA, JONATHAN RONALD ESGUERRA 381 ESTRELLADO, RAENNIE ANTHONY VILLAMOR
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Board Exams/Customs Broker
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Customs Broker Board Exam Result October 2010   Roll of Successful Examinees in the CUSTOMS BROKER LICENSURE EXAMINATION Held on OCTOBER 26 & 27, 2010 Released on OCTOBER 29, 2010 1 ABATON, HANNA RIVERA 2 ABAY-ABAY, DARYLL CABILAN 3 ABDULWAHAB, NOAIM SOLAIMAN 4 ABELLEJA, KATHRINE JOY ROSALES 5 ACIBRON, MARKJURY DACOTDACOT 6 AGDORO, ANGELICA BURAGA 7 AGUILAR, DWAINE CARANTO 8 AGUILAR, MICHAEL REY ZARCO 9 AGUILAR, RADNEY DOLORITOS 10 AGUILAR, SHEILA BANZON 11 AGUNDAY, ARIANNE FADRIQUELA 12 ALEGRE, VINCENT III LUBA 13 ALGABRE, JUNALD QUITONG 14 ALILANO, JOHN REX SABES 15 ALLA, IRENE MENDOZA 16 ALLAS, CRISTOPHER TOLENTINO 17 ALOLOD, EMANUEL PASTORPEDE 18 ALON, ROY HORTILANO 19 ALVAREZ, JOEL PASTUTIYO 20 AMOS, JANICE PALILEO 21 ANDAYA, ERWIN CHUA 22 ANDRES, MARIO JR CARNALAN 23 ANGEL, SHEILA BREGANIA 24 ARAUJO, MARVEN MAYAGMA 25 ARDA, KEN ESCARTIN 26 ARMENION, RAMY DERDER 27 ATIENZA, DIOSA AMOR MACAILAO 28 ATIENZA, PRINCESS TANYA REDUBLO 29 ATIENZA, RUTH ANN REDOÑA 30 AUSTRIA, CHUCKY REI CRISTOBAL 31 AVERGONZADO, ABEL AUSTRIA 32 BACATAN, REIL PASLON 33 BAHALA, JAYSON EBORA 34 BALANDRA, MARK RAPHNIE MAJARUCON 35 BALMES, KATRYN AQUINO 36 BALMES, NATHANIEL LUMBRE 37 BANCAIREN, DENNIS FUENTIS 38 BARCELLANO, JAINELYN MADRIDANO 39 BARGAMENTO, WALTER DINGLASA 40 BARQUIN, BRYAN MA-INIT 41 BARROS, DELIA CASIANO 42 BASILIO, ANA MUTYA MARTINEZ 43 BATALAO, LOU MAUREEN PADULLO 44 BATISLA-ONG, JOSEPH CLARO 45 BEBIO, STEPHANIE BIONGAN 46 BERDIN, RICHELE LAPIÑAS 47 BINAG, ALVIN REIKO SAN PEDRO 48 BINAY, MARISSA MANALO 49 BLASCO, MARY GRACE MOSQUITO 50 BOADO, MENANDRO FUNDAN 51 BOBIER, ADRIAN MUKSIN 52 BOGOY, ERROL SANTILLAN 53 BOLENCIS, EDWIN JR BELA-ONG 54 BOLIVAR, DENNIS AUNZO 55 BOLON, CHRISTIAN ABAN 56 BONTUYAN, HOMER IAN PALERO 57 BORADO, MERLIZA MONDIN 58 BUENAGUA, APHRODITA MANUNDO 59 BUENCONSEJO, CAROL BONGALON 60 BUSTILLO, CHRISTOPHER ROSE BATTUNG 61 CABALE, ESTER ANN MAGRACIA 62 CADIZ, DENNIS SAATO 63 CALANNO, MELIZA TUAZON 64 CALDERON, JONREY MACATANGAY 65 CALI, ABOLKHAYR LAGUINDAB 66 CALIMLIM, CHARLAINE NICE ZOLETA 67 CALIMPON, KING JUNE INGUITO 68 CALISANG, ROSARIO SERATO 69 CAMARAO, RAYMART IAN MAS 70 CAMBEL, ALLEN JOY TAGUIBAO 71 CARANZO, GERICA MACALALAD 72 CARIGABA, JOMA ROSE SAGGE 73 CARIÑO, ELOIZA LOPEZ 74 CASIMERO, DISABEL MAÑOZA 75 CASTILLO, KING ABAK BORJA 76 CASTOR, ZAYIN MARTINEZ 77 CATAQUIZ, CHRISTALLINE RAMOS 78 CAUBALEJO, AZELLE ANN DIÑO 79 CAUZON, APRIL JAVIER 80 CAVA, SHIELA MARIE FAMISAN 81 CAVITE, ANTHONY BALLESCAS 82 CAÑARES, JUNE MICHAEL MOLINES 83 CELINO, JOJE BOLIDO 84 CHAVEZ, JERRALYN PILONGO 85 CLARIANES, JEST MARK CURIBANG 86 CLAVERIA, JOHN DENVER MACAPIA 87 COLAMBOT, CHLEOFE COMADIZO 88 CONCEPCION, JOHN MICHAEL BACLIG 89 CONCHA, JOSEANE LA TORRE 90 CORBITA, JESSIE DONALD ADLAWAN 91 CORDERO, GERRYFEL CATUNAO 92 CORNELIO, MICHAEL LUZ 93 CRISTOBAL, MARK ANGELO MOOG 94 CUAL, JOANNA MARIE ACERO 95 CUBELO, DIOSDADO YBAÑEZ 96 CUBILLO, CHARIE BALINDRES 97 CUNANAN, AVEGAEL MENDOZA 98 DAWA, JAMES ESCARAN 99 DE CASTRO, JOHN MARK CAHILO 100 DE CASTRO, MELIN CLARISSE PEREA 101 DE GUZMAN, ARIANNE DELA CRUZ 102 DE GUZMAN, ELLA RUTH LEE 103 DE GUZMAN, MARIE MAE SANCHEZ 104 DE LA CRUZ, GLYCERIL QUIEREZ 105 DE LUNA, ROSE AMORY SENTILLAS 106 DEDES, JIM JR EMIA 107 DEL RIO, GERALDINE LALUZ 108 DEL ROSARIO, LUIGI MENDELL BURGOS 109 DELA CRUZ, GERLIE BADUYA 110 DELA CRUZ, LYMANN SANTOS 111 DELA CRUZ, RODEL CALADIAO 112 DELA CRUZ, SONIA DE JESUS 113 DELA PEÑA, JOSE CARBAQUEL 114 DELA PEÑA, KRYSTLE JANE ELCARTE 115 DELICA, LAARNI SISNERO 116 DELITO, CAREN PUEBLOS 117 DIAMANTE, ODESSA BARTOLOME 118 DIMARANAN, AILEEN MARQUEZ 119 DIONALDO, JAY MICHAEL BEE 120 DOLOR, MARVIN ROSALES 121 DRAPITE, DINA ARCE 122 DUMALO-AN, ZENAIDA REBUTA 123 DURANA, IVAN PAOLO BALANE 124 EJES, JASON ALOLOR 125 ENCISO, ELOISA JANE ADAN 126 ENOC, MARIE JANE ALGUNO 127 ENRIQUEZ, ANTONIO CASTRO 128 ENRIQUEZ, NORBERTO JR CASTRO 129 ERAT, CASHMERE ELISSE SUPAN 130 ESLAIS, MARLON PEREZ 131 ESPORLAS, JOHN MELRICK VALENCIA 132 ESQUIBEL, JHOMIE PELISCO 133 ESTIL, RAFFY ECUBE 134 ESTRADA, RICHARD ASIS 135 EVANGELIO, KAREN ALFILER 136 FALSARIO, BRIAN JAY DUYA 137 FERNANDEZ, NEIL COBACHA 138 FLORECE, DEANA JANE NIEBRES 139 FLORIA, DENNIS COLLADO 140 FONTANILLA, FLORABEL CABULOY 141 GABALES, CHARLIE MUCHO 142 GABAYERON, SHA CAERYL LUNA 143 GAERLAN, MA ANGELICA KRISTINA MERILLENO 144 GALLARDE, GENELYN SIERVO 145 GALLARDO, JOANNE CACAPIT 146 GAMBOA, MARIA APPLE MATIBAG 147 GARBOSA, STANLEY BESA 148 GARCIA, CHERRY APUSIN 149 GARCIA, CRISTINA DELA CRUZ 150 GARCIA, GRACIELLA DE LEON 151 GELERA, VIRGINIA GRACE ZARA 152 GLORIA, AMELY RUANTO
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Events/Out of Town
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This year the Hot Air Balloon festival is from 10th to 13th February, 2011. A popular way to enjoy the festival is from nearby Clark Wine Center. A special breakfast is served on Feb 13 and 14 at 5am in time to watch the balloons take off at 5:30am. Tickets for breakfast at roof-deck lawn of Clark Center are purchased in advance only, at p650.  Clark Wine Center http://www.ClarkWineCenter.com M A Roxas Highway, Clark Freeport Zone, Pampanga, Philippines 0922-870-5173 0917-826-8790 ask for Ana Fe Manila Sales Office   3003C East Tower, Phil Stock Exchange Center, Exchange Rd Ortigas Metro Manila, Philippines 1605 (632) 633-1566 ask for Rea or Kristine 0917-520-4401 ask for Pedro (045)599-5949 ask for Rechel HotAirBalloon@Yats-International.com For schedules and programs, log on to http://www.clearwaterphilippines.com/cwp-hot-air-balloon.html For assistance in hotel and resort accommodation, log on to http://www.ClearwaterPhilippines.com
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Board Exams/Nursing
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Deadlines for Filing of Applicants for July 2011 (NLE) Nurses Licensure Exam   The Professional Regulation Commision announces that applicants for the July 2011 NLE Nurses Licensure Examination may now file their applications at the PRC Central Office located at P. Paredes St., Sampaloc, Manila, and all PRC Regional Offices in the cities of Baguio, Cagayan de Oro, satellite offices in Butuan, La Union and Zamboanga. Deadline of filing applicants are as follows: REPEATERS April 15, 2011 FIRST TIMERS May 13, 2011 Applicants are enjoined to file early to avoid queuing at the filing centers. No applicants will be admitted beyond the above stated deadlines.
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Surigao News
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BUTUAN CITY, Philippines (PNA) — Shorelines in coastal areas in Caraga Region are slowly disappearing as they are being submerged in seawater because of rising seawater. This is according to two non-government organizations (NGOs) involved in climate change adaptations and disaster preparedness initiatives. Botanist Teresa "Tet" Bordadera of NGO Green Coalition said they observed shores along coastlines in three Caraga provinces — Surigao del Sur, Surigao del Norte and Agusan del Norte — were slowly disappearing as rising seawater is already eating up shores by at least 10 meters and in some areas as long as 30 to 50 meters. Some residents along the coastlines are thus forced to relocate, she noted. Bordadera expressed fear that a few years from now if the rising seawater level trend would continue, coastal areas including smaller Caraga islands will sink and be wiped out from the map. Surigao del Sur province where most of the coastal areas are facing Pacific Ocean and holds the distinction as a province having the longest shoreline, is now very active in Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction Initiatives. Bordadera, in an interview Friday, told the Philippines News Agency that based on initial studies they made, at least five smaller islands in Caraga Region that are facing Pacific Ocean already sank or have been submerged by rising seawater level.   FULL : http://www.mb.com.ph/articles/299986/some-coastal-areas-islands-caraga-sinking-due-rising-sea-water-level
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Events/Pinoy Lifestyle
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INVITATION Effective Human Resource Management for the Line Manager Online Course by Ateneo CORD E-Learning Series and Fiera de Manila, Inc. Date: April 13 to May 5, 2011 Registration Fee: P9,950 inclusive of online course access and certificate With the changing trends in Human Resource Management, more and more organizations are realizing that the HR capabilities of their line managers are key success factors in the effectiveness the organization's HR activities. This 3-week online course on 'Effective Human Resource Management for the Line Manager' will help line managers understand and learn core HR concepts and skills essential in successfully fulfilling their HR management roles. Who should join this course? Line Managers, Unit Heads, Supervisors, and Team Leaders Program Modules Include - Strategic Human Resource Management - Human Resource Information System (HRIS) - Employee Selection - Performance and Rewards Management - Employee Development - Employee Relations and Well-Being How can you benefit from this online course? - Understand better your roles and responsibilities as  managers in selecting, rewarding,       managing and retaining your people - Directly interact with your co-learners, subject matter experts and facilitators and share best       practices with one another  in the course of 3 weeks - Log onto class anytime, anywhere. Course lectures are available 24/7. Full interactive modules        include audio lectures, simulations, videos, animations, mobile games and forums. Main Online Expert ATTY. JUANITA RODRIGUEZ-GUECO, PhD. candidate Nanette is Training Director for Public Programs of Ateneo CORD. She has been a human relations (HR) practitioner for more than 15 years. As a lawyer and industrial relations professional, she has worked for several organizations handling their legal and labor cases. She was also involved union-related matters including grievance procedures and paneled for CBA negotiations. She is currently a PhD  candidate in Social/Organizational Psychology at the Ateneo de Manila University. She finished her pre-law and law at the same school. At present, she is a part-time faculty member at the Ateneo de Manila University and Miriam College. The Ateneo CORD E-learning Series (ACES) is a service provided by the Ateneo Center for Organization Research and Development (Ateneo CORD) and the Ateneo Java Wireless Competency Center (AJWCC). The two centers are working together to deliver online courses that are designed to respond to the needs of the busy individuals who seek to build their competencies through innovative training and learning opportunities. ------------------------------ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ APPLICATION FORM - Fax:  +632 8960637, 8902101. Registration Fee: P9,950 inclusive of online course access and certificate YES! I would like to attend the 'Effective Human Resource Management for the Line Manager Online Course'. Name________________________________________________ Position_______________________________________________ Company______________________________________________ Address_______________________________________________ Telephone_____________________________________________ Fax__________________________________________________ Email_________________________________________________ Mobile________________________________________________ WebSite______________________________________________ Charge to My Credit Card: ___ Mastercard         ____ Visa Cardholder's Name ______________________________________ Card Number ___________________________________________ Amount _______________________________________________ Expiry Date ____________________________________________ Signature _____________________________________________ Please make the check payable to: Fiera de Manila, Inc. Call:  +632-8960639, 8960637, 8996216, fax: +632-8960637, 8902101, email: fiera@info.com.ph, visit web site: http://www.fmi.com.ph Please pass this Invitation to interested colleagues and friends. Thank you. To unsubscribe, please reply and type 'Unsubscribe'. Thank you.
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How To/Travel
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How To/Computers
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                Ragnarok Wallpapers Wallpaper 1 800×600 Wallpaper 2 800×600         Perfect World Wallpapers Wallpaper 1 800×600 Wallpaper 2 800×600 Wallpaper 3 800×600 Wallpaper 4 800×600 Wallpaper 5 800×600         RF Online Wallpapers Wallpaper 1 800×600 1024×768 Flyff Wallpapers Wallpaper 1 800×600 1024×768 1280×960 Wallpaper 2 800×600 1024×768 1280×960 Wallpaper 3 800×600 1024×768 1280×960 Wallpaper 4 800×600 1024×768 1280×960           Crazy Kart Wallpaper Wallpaper 1 1024×768 Wallpaper 2 1024×768         Grand Chase Wallpaper Wallpaper 1 1024×768 1280×1024 1600×1050 Wallpaper 2 800×600 1024×768 1600×1050 Wallpaper 3 800×600 1024×768 1600×1050 Wallpaper 4 800×600 1024×768 1600×1050 Wallpaper 5 800×600 1024×768 1600×1050 Wallpaper 6 800×600 1024×768 1600×1050 Wallpaper 7 800×600 1024×768 1600×1050 Wallpaper 8 1024×768 1280×1024 1600×1200 Wallpaper 9 1024×768 1280×1024 1600×1200 Rohan Wallpaper Wallpaper 1 1280×1024 Wallpaper 2 1280×1024 Wallpaper 3 1280×1024 Wallpaper 4 1280×1024 Wallpaper 5 1280×1024 Wallpaper 6 1280×1024 Wallpaper 7 1280×1024 Wallpaper 8 1280×1024 This entry was posted on Tuesday, April 15th, 2008 at 5:59 pm. Responses are currently closed, but you can trackback from your own site.
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How To/Computers
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ALLODS | KOS | ROHAN | RAGNAROK ONLINE GRAND CHASE | RF ONLINE | CRAZY KART | FLYFF | PERFECT WORLD Allods Online Philippines Allods Online is an award-winning classic fantasy MMORPG with exciting quests, intense PvP action, in-depth character development as well as great social features to boot. With an unprecedented funding of 12 Million USD, Allods Online is the highest-funded Russian game development project to date. Allods boasts both the Best Online Game and the Best Game Developer award at the 2008 Russian Game Development Conference (KRI). Download Allods Online Philippines CBT client via FTP: AllodsOnlineSetup.exe AllodsOnlineSetup-1a.bin AllodsOnlineSetup-1b.bin AllodsOnlineSetup-1c.bin AllodsOnlineSetup-1d.bin AllodsOnlineSetup-1e.bin Instructions: Download all files above into one folder and run AllodsOnlineSetup.exe to begin installation. You can also download Allods via bittorrent: • Right click and “Save-As” the TORRENT button to download. • Run the Torrent File after save-as to download the Closed Beta Client. Try our NEW ALLODS ONLINE downloader that enables you to pause and resume your downloads at your convenience. Simply download the installer and follow the instructions. . KOS: Secret Operations K.O.S.: Secret Operations, the latest offering of Level Up! Games, is a free-to-play, online first person shooter game, powered by Valve’s Source engine. Aside from the intense and realistic graphics, there are various features that give new dimension to your FPS gaming. Outfit your character with different weapons, uniforms and special abilities, and then create clans with friends to test your skills against others while tracking your progress with the ranking system. Download KOS: Secret Operations via FTP: You can also download KOS: Secret Operations via bittorrent: >CHOOSE ANOTHER GAME TO DOWNLOAD< ROHAN PHILIPPINES – The Fire Temple Garden Patch ROHAN is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG). The game is a rich and expansive persistent online world, set on the continent of ROHAN. Try our NEW Rohan downloader that enables you to pause and resume your downloads at your convenience. Simply download the installer (2MB in size), and follow the instructions. Download Rohan Online using the downloader: >CHOOSE ANOTHER GAME TO DOWNLOAD< Ragnarok Online In the Philippines, Ragnarok Online practically created the online gaming market, with its rabid fan base and instant popularity. By far the most successful Korean Online Game export in the world, this record-setting medieval MMORPG has over 60 million subscribers worldwide, with millions more joining every year. Download Ragnarok Online Installer via FTP (File Transfer Protocol): Download Ragnarok Online Episode 22: RENEWAL via FTP (File Transfer Protocol): READ THIS: Ragnarok RENEWAL: Manual Patch Installation Guide >CHOOSE ANOTHER GAME TO DOWNLOAD< Grand Chase Grand Chase is the world’s first real time online fighting game that enables up to 6 players to engage in thrilling fights with each other. Grand Chase offers simple, arcade-style control patterns that players can easily use to combine skills and perform combo attacks; meeting the expectations of fighting game enthusiasts who rely on accuracy and timing. Download Grand Chase using the Pando downloader: Download Grand Chase via FTP (File Transfer Protocol): You can also download Grand Chase via Bittorrent: DOWNLOAD Season 3 Client Mirror at MMOSite.Com DOWNLOAD Season 3 Client via FTP Mirror >CHOOSE ANOTHER GAME TO DOWNLOAD< RF Online: The Golden Age Welcome to the world of RF Online. A mixture of science fiction and classic fantasy, RF Online is set in a distant planet where magic exists alongside high technology. Existing MMORPGs follow the typical fantasy setting complete with swords and sorcery, but RF Online defines a unique new game setting: the Clash of Civilizations. Download RF Online via FTP (File Transfer Protocol): You can also download RF Online via Bittorrent: >CHOOSE ANOTHER GAME TO DOWNLOAD< Crazy Kart Overdrive Crazy Kart Overdrive is the next evolution of your favorite online racing game. Crazy Kart Overdrive is designed for a faster and more furious car racing action while keeping the fun and enjoyment that you love from the original Crazy Kart. Crazy Kart Overdrive includes new game features and game modes designed for casual and competitive players with more rewards for every racer. Lahat ng gusto mo sa Crazy Kart at CK2RBO, nasa iisang racing game na lang… Ang Crazy Kart Overdrive! Download Crazy Kart Overdrive via FTP (File Transfer Protocol): You can also download Crazy Kart Overdrive via Bittorrent >CHOOSE ANOTHER GAME TO DOWNLOAD< FLYFF Fly for Fun Philippines made history as the first MMORPG to incorporate flying into their gameplay. With a unique flying system and deep character customization features, Flyff Philippines is a fully 3D MMORPG that delights both the whimsical inner child as well as the hardcore player in every gamer. Download FLYFF v16: Muran Chronicles via FTP (File Transfer Protocol): You can also download FlyFF v16: Muran Chronicles via Bittorrent: You can still download the previous version, FlyFF v15 via Bittorrent: >CHOOSE ANOTHER GAME TO DOWNLOAD< PERFECT WORLD Perfect World is a full-feature 3D online game that is based on rich Chinese mythology and set in the world of Pangu, with entire generations of gods that paved the way for the creation of great civilizations. Anchored on groundbreaking creative elements and features that catapult it into the next level of 3D online gaming, Perfect World bestows players with the power to create their own legend and, ultimately, their own Perfect World. Download Perfect World via FTP (File Transfer Protocol): You can also download Perfect World via Bittorrent: >CHOOSE ANOTHER GAME TO DOWNLOAD<
Sunday, 23 January 2011 | 2557 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
Travel/Trip Advisor and Leisure
Author:SMP
      Top 25 Hotels in the United States 1 Cedarbrook Lodge Seattle, Washington “This place is absolutely picture perfect. Beautiful grounds, lodge and nicely appointed rooms.” — btcars, Newcastle, Washington, U.S. Hotel Info 2 Henderson's Wharf Inn Baltimore, Maryland “Excellent Hotel in a Great Location” Hotel Info 3 French Quarter Inn Charleston, South Carolina “Romantic Hotel great for business too” Hotel Info Check out these other great categories  Top 25 - Europe Top 25 - Japan Top 25 - India 4 Queen of Hearts Resort Palm Springs, California “Charming place to relax” Hotel Info 5 Elysian Hotel Chicago Chicago, Illinois “Gorgeous property, exquisite rooms, friendly and helpful staff” Hotel Info 6 The Inn at Christmas Place Pigeon Forge, Tennessee “Celebrate Christmas Year Round” Hotel Info 7 The Bayview Bar Harbor, Maine “Perfect place, perfect time, perfect vacation” Hotel Info 8 Casablanca Hotel Times Square New York City, New York “wonderful experience at Casablanca; staff especially outstanding; value!” Hotel Info 9 Fairmont Heritage Place, Ghirardelli Square San Francisco, California “Fantastic accommodation and service” Hotel Info 10 Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea Wailea, Hawaii “Best vacation ever!” Hotel Info 11 Iron Horse Hotel Milwaukee, Wisconsin “Perfect Getaway for New Years!” Hotel Info 12 RiverPlace Hotel, A Larkspur Collection Hotel Portland, Oregon “Lovely place, quiet, comfortable - will be back!” Hotel Info 13 Comfort Suites at Fairgrounds - Casino Tampa, Florida “What a nice surprise” Hotel Info 14 The Tides South Beach Miami Beach, Florida “Better everytime” Hotel Info 15 Best Western Elm House Inn Napa, California “Doing it right” Hotel Info 16 Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas Las Vegas, Nevada “Excellent hotel” Hotel Info 17 Hermitage Hotel Nashville, Tennessee “Most phenomenal place we've ever stayed!” Hotel Info 18 Marina Inn at Grande Dunes Myrtle Beach, South Carolina “Lots to offer @ The Marina Inn at Grande Dunes” Hotel Info 19 Homewood Suites Orlando-UCF Area Orlando, Florida “4 adult, 2 teenagers, 2 toddlers in a Kind Suit” Hotel Info 20 The Grand Del Mar San Diego, California “A very classy establishment” Hotel Info 21 Adobe Grand Villas Sedona, Arizona “Worth the price, a very very special place!” Hotel Info 22 Ayres Hotel Anaheim Anaheim, California “THE BEST HOTEL AND SERVICE I'VE EVER EXPERIENCED” Hotel Info 23 The Residences at Biltmore Asheville, North Carolina “Best Hotel In Asheville!” Hotel Info 24 The Inn at Entrada St. George, Utah “Beautiful location at the foot of the Red Rocks” Hotel Info 25 The Varden Long Beach, California “FANTASTIC HOTEL” Hotel Info
Tuesday, 25 January 2011 | 665 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
Travel/Trip Advisor and Leisure
Author:SMP
              Top 25 Hotels in Japan 1 Hotel Mume Kyoto, Japan “The rooms are dazzling, furnished in antiques from around the world.” — jssc63, Tokyo, Japan Hotel Info 2 Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo Chuo, Japan “The Mandarin Oriental made possible the trip of our life” Hotel Info 3 The Peninsula Tokyo Chiyoda, Japan “Outstanding service and attention to details” Hotel Info Check out these other great categories  Top 25 - India Top 25 - China Top 25 - Hong Kong/Macau/Taiwan 4 Park Hyatt Tokyo Shinjuku, Japan “Best city hotel in the world, 6 stars” Hotel Info 5 Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Chinzan-so Bunkyo, Japan “Elegant hotel in quiet area of Tokyo” Hotel Info 6 Busena Terrace Beach Resort Nago, Japan “beautiful” Hotel Info 7 The Prince Park Tower Tokyo Minato, Japan “The place to stay in Tokyo.” Hotel Info 8 Ritz-Carlton Tokyo Minato, Japan “just perfect” Hotel Info 9 Hotel Nikko Alivila Yomitan Resort Okinawa Yomitan-son, Japan Read 308 Reviews Hotel Info 10 Grand Arc Hanzomon Chiyoda, Japan “Comfortable, good views and great value for money” Hotel Info 11 Citadines Tokyo Shinjuku Shinjuku, Japan “Great location in great city” Hotel Info 12 Tokyo Disneyland Hotel Urayasu, Japan “Elegance and Perfection” Hotel Info 13 Ritz-Carlton Osaka Osaka, Japan “A 5 star hotel that is exceptional!!” Hotel Info 14 Hotel Granvia Kyoto Kyoto, Japan “Great hotel at a great location” Hotel Info 15 Hotel Niwa Tokyo Chiyoda, Japan “Nice and warm” Hotel Info 16 La Vista Hakodate Bay Hakodate, Japan “Awesome” Hotel Info 17 Grand Hyatt Tokyo Minato, Japan “Amazing hotel” Hotel Info 18 Sunroute Plaza Shinjuku Hotel Shibuya, Japan “Perfect stay” Hotel Info 19 Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel Shibuya, Japan “Excellent location, fantastic views, expensive” Hotel Info 20 Hyatt Regency Kyoto Kyoto, Japan “A fabulous place to stay (with a fabulous shower)” Hotel Info 21 JR Tower Hotel Nikko Sapporo Sapporo, Japan “Great view and best location” Hotel Info 22 Hyatt Regency Hakone Resort and Spa Hakone-machi, Japan “Wonderful!” Hotel Info 23 Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi Chiyoda, Japan “Classy, spacious, well located” Hotel Info 24 Hotel Nikko Tokyo Minato, Japan “Beautiful Bayview Where You Can See Tokyo Lit Up and Tokyo Tower” Hotel Info 25 Park Hotel Tokyo Minato, Japan “Well-Located Modern Hotel”
Tuesday, 25 January 2011 | 762 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
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Author:SMP
            Top 25 Hotels in Hong Kong/Macau/Taiwan 1 Shangri-La's Far Eastern Plaza Hotel Tainan, Taiwan “Shangri-La always seems to get these details right, and this hotel was no exception.” — Public_Dave, Hong Kong, China Hotel Info 2 Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong Hong Kong, China “Excellent - and great location” Hotel Info 3 Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, China “Excellent hotel for business - very highly recommended” Hotel Info Check out these other great categories  Top 25 - World Top 25 - United States Top 25 - Europe 4 Island Shangri-La Hotel Hong Kong, China “I'm glad that we chose the right hotel” Hotel Info 5 Les Suites Taipei (Ching Cheng) Taipei, Taiwan “A Class of Luxury in the heart of Taipei!” Hotel Info 6 The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong Hong Kong, China “Fabulous!” Hotel Info 7 Conrad Hong Kong Hong Kong, China “Really great service and immaculate rooms” Hotel Info 8 The Peninsula Hong Kong Hong Kong, China “Elegance - where else would you stay” Hotel Info 9 The Upper House Hong Kong, China “The Perfect Business and Leisure location in Hong Kong, doesn't get much better then this"” Hotel Info 10 Novotel Citygate Hong Kong Hong Kong, China “Great hotel with great service but too far from downtown” Hotel Info 11 Hotel One Taichung Taichung, Taiwan “Best Hotel in Taichung” Hotel Info 12 Lanson Place Hotel Hong Kong, China “A home away from home tucked away in middle of Causeway Bay” Hotel Info 13 W Hong Kong Hong Kong, China “Luxury 5* hotel” Hotel Info 14 The Langham Hotel Hongkong Hong Kong, China “A Fantastic Location in Tsim Sha Tsui” Hotel Info 15 Harbour Grand Kowloon Hong Kong, China “Fantastic family trip” Hotel Info 16 Pousada de Mong-Ha Macau, China “Unique experience” Hotel Info 17 San Want Residences Taipei, Taiwan “One Excellent Stopover!” Hotel Info 18 Grand Hyatt Hong Kong Hong Kong, China “Beautifull place” Hotel Info 19 Altira Macau, China “amazing” Hotel Info 20 MGM MACAU Macau, China “Hip New Hotel with best Spa intown” Hotel Info 21 Dong Wu Hotel Taipei, Taiwan “Great place at an affordable price” Hotel Info 22 Royal Park Hotel Hong Kong, China “Customer Service Brilliant” Hotel Info 23 Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel Hong Kong, China “Fantastic Hotel with excellent facilities” Hotel Info 24 Grand Formosa Regent Taipei Taipei, Taiwan “Best Hotel in town” Hotel Info 25 Riviera Hotel Taipei, Taiwan “Excellent accommodation, restaurants, and service.”
Tuesday, 25 January 2011 | 868 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
Travel/Destinations
Author:mb.com.ph
MANILA, Philippines - Editors of the world-renowned National Geographic Traveler have listed Palawan in the Philippines among the “20 Best Trips of 2011.” They lauded the largest province in country for its “limestone karst cliffs, coral atolls, mangrove forests, sugar-white sandy beaches, and extensive fringing reefs [that] create one of the Philippines' most biodiverse terrestrial and marine environments.” Top spots of Palawan were also highlighted in the National Geographic website: “On the main island (also named Palawan) near Sabang, hike the three-mile (five-kilometer) Monkey Trail to Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park's navigable underground river. The five-mile (eight-kilometer) coastal rain forest route is home to long-tailed macaques, blue-naped parrots, and other indigenous wildlife. “In the province’s northern Calamianes islands, Coron Island is considered one of the world’s top scuba diving destinations, offering World War II-vintage wreck diving and snorkeling in calm, crystalline waters. Nearby Culion Island, a former leper colony surrounded by sea grass beds and coral reefs, is an emerging ecotourism destination worth a day trip.” Nat Geo first heralded Palawan “one of the best destinations in the world” back in 2007, for its “incredibly beautiful seascapes and landscapes.” Apart from its magazine, the National Geographic Channel has also put its spotlight on Palawan, the fish and wildlife sanctuary of the Philippines since 1967, on some its programs, such as “Word Travels.” The adventure-travel documentary series, hosted by the husband and wife tandem of Robin Esrock (who also serves as co-creator and co-writer of the show) and Julia Dimon, featured Palawan, as well as the Philippines' busy capital, Manila, in its second season with the episode, “A Taste of Paradise.” The 19 other destinations selected by the prestigious publication are: Ulaanbaatar in Mongolia; Plitvice Lakes in Croatia; Sardini, Italy; Tasmania, Australia; Fjord Norway (Western Norway); Uruguay; Shimla, India; Messinia Region, Greece; Dominica, island-nation in the Carribbean Sea; Namibia, South Africa; Laos; Kodiak Island in Alaska; the Scottish Highlands; Tunisia, Africa; Black Sea Coast, Crimea; Gaspé Peninsula in Quebec; Shikoku, Japan; Papua New Guinea; and Kurdistan, Iraq.   by: http://www.mb.com.ph/articles/297102/nat-geo-lists-palawan-among-best-destinations-2011    
Tuesday, 25 January 2011 | 587 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
Travel/Destinations
Author:SMP
      Palawan, Philippines Photograph by JS Callahan, Tropicalpix/Alamy Palawan’s limestone karst cliffs, coral atolls, mangrove forests, sugar-white sandy beaches, and extensive fringing reefs create one of the Philippines' most biodiverse terrestrial and marine environments. Designated as a fish and wildlife sanctuary in 1967, the Philippines' largest (in total land area) province encompasses nearly 1,240 miles (1,995 kilometers) of coastline stretching across 1,768 islands. On the main island (also named Palawan) near Sabang, hike the three-mile (five-kilometer) Monkey Trail to Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park's navigable underground river. The five-mile (eight-kilometer) coastal rain forest route is home to long-tailed macaques, blue-naped parrots, and other indigenous wildlife. In the province’s northern Calamianes islands, Coron Island is considered one of the world’s top scuba diving destinations, offering World War II-vintage wreck diving and snorkeling in calm, crystalline waters. Nearby Culion Island, a former leper colony surrounded by sea grass beds and coral reefs, is an emerging ecotourism destination worth a day trip.   [20 Best Trips of 2011] http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/best-trips-2011-photos/#/11-palawan-el-nido-surfers_30439_600x450.jpg
Tuesday, 25 January 2011 | 604 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
Travel/Destinations
Author:offtrackplanet.com
Top 10 Backpacking Travel Destinations for 2011     90Share Our Top 10 Backpacking Travel Destinations for 2010, delivered an amazing list of  fresh territories to explore.  This year, we’re bringing you a brand spanking new, 100% all organic, freshly squeezed batch of places to ponder with OTP’s Top 10 Backpacking Travel Destinations for 2011.  Get ready to rip your backpack to shreds. Beaches: Croatia Photo By: "craigjam" If it’s beach you’re after, don’t get sucked into going to popular Italy and Greece; head to Croatia instead. For making an off track choice, you will be handsomely rewarded with sprawling room on Mediterranean beaches as beautiful and pristine as those of Croatia’s crowded neighbors. The coastline here has over 1,000 islands which means your beach possibilities are practically endless and the most secluded beached are best explored by kayak. Island hop in your skimpies and frolic in the soft sand of the underdog.
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Travel/Trip Advisor and Leisure
Author:offtrackplanet.com
        7Share In a city as fast-paced and perplexing as Ho Chi Minh City—a.k.a. Saigon—a dose of Adderall or a caffeine-loaded drink is necessary to keep up with the locals. Zipping motorbikes, towering skyscrapers manic peddlers and determined hustlers sometimes make Saigon hard to handle. The city may constantly be on fast-forward but when you’re running low on energy and coffee starts burning a hole in your guts, let OTP help you find the “pause’ button. Unwind by spending the day Lounging in Saigon at these chill locales.
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Travel/Trip Advisor and Leisure
Author:SMP
              42Share The spiciest, sexiest country in Southeast Asia, it’s no wonder filmmakers have long been drawn to Thailand. Thailand is a fascinating country with way more to offer than just sex, corruption and hedonism. It’s also a hot button spot with a long history of controversial politics and social troubles, as anyone who’s seen Brokedown Palace (or any of the gazillion documentaries on drug and sex trafficking in Thailand) knows.  Change up your perspective on Thailand by checking out OTP’s Top 5 Movies to See Before Going to Thailand. Whether you’re planning to trek over there or you just really dig Thailand, these flicks will put you in the mood for all things Thai.
Tuesday, 25 January 2011 | 1495 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report | More...
Travel/Trip Advisor and Leisure
Author:offtrackplanet.com
              238Share Thanks to the massive growth of social media, geeky tech toys, user friendly blog tools and growing community support (such as Travel Blog Exchange), the travel blogosphere thrived in 2010. With many talented new-comers filling in the gaps, bringing on various, unique approaches to travel blogging, everyone is working even harder to get to the top of the field. Ultimately, it forces us to get better in order to stand out  in the crowd. Just as those who made our list last year, the following travel bloggers have put a tremendous amount of work and effort in order to stand out of that crowd, respectively earning them the label as the most successful travel bloggers of 2010.
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Travel/Trip Advisor and Leisure
Author:SMP
                22Share Even though Porteños (residents of Buenos Aires) love a good excuse to drink (or need no excuse at all) you’ll rarely find them pissed three sheets to the wind, teetering on their barstools.  Most might be too sophisticated and cosmopolitan to get sloppy, but that doesn’t mean Buenos Aires is without a see-and-be-seen-with-a-drink-in-your-hand scene. There are plenty of trendy lounges to mingle with sexy socialites, in addition to some holes in the wall where you can prove to Porteños that Americans can hold their liquor too. Get it done with OTP’s Top 10 Local’s Bars in Buenos Aires.
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Travel/Trip Advisor and Leisure
Author:http://www.cnngo.com
To much of the world they're pests to be exterminated or animal parts to be thrown out; in Vietnam they all go into the cooking pot ot something to say? Then speak up! CNNGo is looking to reward 1 smart, lucky reader with a free night's stay at The Fleming in Hong Kong. Rise to the challenge, show your wit, share your tips, leave your thoughts & our editors will pick the best readers' comments posted before 11:59:59pm, August 26, 2010, Hong Kong time. Full details can be found here. There is a local Vietnamese saying that when a man encounters a new animal, his first question is: “Is it dangerous?” and the second question is: “Is it edible?” The Vietnamese are adventurous eaters, and they're not afraid to eat the whole animal, blood, guts and all. Here are six Vietnamese dishes to chew over. Bugs Fried crickets, raised on farms, are light and crispy like popcorn. Vietnam’s ethnic Khmer in the Mekong Delta are among the country’s most adventurous eaters of insects and arachnids, though some hill tribes also enjoy snacking on giant water bugs, tarantulas and scorpions. The most commonly eaten include crickets, bee larvae and silk worms. Most bugs are fried and take on the flavor of their seasonings. They have very little flavor of their own. 
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Travel/Trip Advisor and Leisure
Author:cnngo.com
            8 of the hottest Asian winter retreats Sit out the winter by boiling in Bangkok, heating up in Ho Chi Minh or marinating in Manila   As the mercury continues to drop in other parts of the world, here's a list of places in Asia with the most sweltering winters. 1. Bangkok, Thailand January average maximum: 32 degrees Celsius The mercury may stay at stubborn highs in Bangkok in January, but if locals say it’s winter, we’re not going to burst their bubble.
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Travel/Trip Advisor and Leisure
Author:cnngo.com
              20 idyllic beach getaways So many beaches in Asia, so little time, so we've picked out our faves for their seclusion, watersport action and local flavor Life's a beach, and in Asia there's a whole lot of good living to be had. We've researched and uncovered the top beach destinations to be found in the region. We've even broken them down into three categories -- secluded beaches, action beaches and local flavor -- so all you need to do is decide exactly how much coastal paradise you can handle. For seclusion Yunokawa, Hakodate, Japan
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Travel/Trip Advisor and Leisure
Author:SMP
            12 overlooked islands worth visiting Run away to Asia’s little-known, eco-rich isles Word has long leaked out on “island paradises” like Phuket and Boracay. In high season, some beaches seem to have more tourists than sand. Unless you’re a hardcore Survivor fan, however, vacationing on an uninhabited rock isn’t the solution. Strike a balance. Sail away to these overlooked isles, which have enough amenities and activities to keep you breezy. 12. Innoshima, Japan A small island in the Seto Inland Sea, Innoshima has a scurvy history: in the 16th century it was a battleground for Murakami Suigun pirates. The swashbucklers’ legacy remains in the maritime museum and annual Pirate Festival. Find the best of Innoshima here. Why the island is unknown: Innoshima isn’t included in most tour guides or excursions. How to get there: The island is connected to the mainland by Innoshima Bridge. From Hiroshima Station, take the JR San-yo line to Onomichi Station, then transfer to a bus for Innoshima. Where to stay: Visitors stay either in Innoshima or the mainland city of Onomichi. The city has a chart of accommodations.
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How To/Internet
Author:SMP
              The following scam attempt has been identified on facebook. The scammer contacts targets, telling them that he wants to use the photos of themselves they have posted on their profiles. If the victim falls for the scam, the scammer will most likely send a large fake check from the "client." The victim will be instructed to cash the check, keep his/her "payment" and forward the balance to the scammer. Of course when the fake is identified, the victim will lose a large sum of money, and even be open to criminal charges for check fraud. > From: ACE MODELLING COMPANY > Date: November 6, 2010 11:16:37 AM MDT (CA) > To: > Subject: Re: Pic > > ACE MODELING COMPANY > > 102, High street, London, E16 3NS, United Kingdom > > I quite appreciate your swift response concerning the modeling contract. Your profile picture has been accepted by the agency, ACE MODELING AGENCY IN LONDON, UK. This contract agreement is referred as a short term contract, our client approved your picture that would be used for the two Months Bill Board Advert > > TERMS AND CONDITION OF THE AGREEMENT > > Ace Modeling Company is responsible to arrange and contact model for assignment, any contract entered into as a means of renting your pictures (image portfolio) for a particular advertisement e.g Bill Board, magazine, flyer, newspaper, or print articles or advertisement in general. > > Any short – term contract offer like this is calculated and paid to the model from the payment we charge our major clients. > > Therefore the first payment for your gorgeous picture is 10% of the amount you received on our behalf from the major client or the financier of the major contractor, while the remaining funds is for us and (Ace Modeling Company) as a contract payment associated with the documentations of the deal, sign up and due fees which are spent by us and prior and during the period of contract execution agent. > > This contract put no burden whatsoever on the model and on Ace Modeling Company known as (the agent) however, the current contract will have the first right and decision period from time of notifications to validate the contract. > > We reserve the right to cancel the contract if we notice any irregularities from the model up to day before any of the contracts explained above been activated. > > This contract agreement is made for the sole purpose of using this image portfolio for Coca-Cola Bill Board Advertisement at "Halifax International Airport, Canada". > > The function of Bill Board Advertisement is primarily to reinforce advertising message. > > Under this agreement we would be contacting you, for any of our future and upcoming contract for execution. > > We don't discriminate sizes or shapes of individual models, we just acknowledge gorgeous pictures and use it for commercials. The financier will dispatch payment to you by courier service. > > You will receive a check (between US$5,000 and US$50,000) as payment for the billboard contract. When you receive payment you will take out the 10% as an upfront payment for your gorgeous pictures that is being used, after which you will send the balance over to your appointed agent via western union money transfer for Legal Documentation of the deal and also for the construction of the billboard. This payment will also be used as "sign-up fee" with the agent. I'll be waiting your urgent response with the following information: > > > > FULL NAME : > > HOME ADDRESS : > > CITY : > > STATE : > > POST CODE : > > COUNTRY : > > TELEPHONE NO. : > > AGE : > > OCCUPATION : > > EMAIL ADDRESS : > > Michael Allen > > Ace Modeling Company, > > 102, High street, > > London, E16 3NS > > Tel: + (44)704 572 8041 > > > On Sat, Nov 6, 2010 at 3:47 PM, xxx wrote: > > Hi.. I received a message from you saying that my facebook picture is needed for an add. > What is involved? dotti @ scamwarners.co.cc
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How To/Culture and Society
Author:email
      Dear Friends, Here is a good article sent by Dr. Arsenio Martin of Fort Arthur , Texas .. Enjoy reading. THE DIFFERENCE The difference between the poor countries and the rich ones is not the age of the country: This can be shown by countries like India & Egypt , that are more than 2000 years old, but are poor. On the other hand, Canada , Australia & New Zealand , that 150 years ago were inexpressive, today are developed countries, and are rich. The difference between poor & rich countries does not reside in the available natural resources. Japan has a limited territory, 80% mountainous, inadequate for agriculture & cattle raising, but it is the second world economy. The country is like an immense floating factory, importing raw materials from the whole world and exporting manufactured products. Another example is Switzerland , which does not plant cocoa but has the best chocolate in the world. In its little territory they raise animals and plant the soil during 4 months per year. Not enough, they produce dairy products of the best quality! It is a small country that transmits an image of security, order & labor, which made it the world's strongest, safest place. Executives from rich countries who communicate with their counterparts in poor countries show that there is no significant intellectual difference. Race or skin color are also not important: immigrants labeled lazy in their countries of origin are the productive power in rich European countries. What is the difference then? The difference is the attitude of the people, framed along the years by the education & the culture & flawed tradition. On analyzing the behavior of the people in rich & developed countries, we find that the great majority follow the following principles in their lives: 1. Ethics, as a basic principle. 2. Integrity. 3. R esponsibility. 4. Respect to the laws & rules. 5. Respect to the rights of other citizens. 6. Work loving. 7. Strive for savings & investment. 8. Will of super action. 9. Punctuality. 10. and of course...Discipline In poor countries, only a minority follow these basic principles in their daily life. The Philippines is not poor because we lack natural resources or because nature was cruel to us. In fact, we are supposedly rich in natural resources. We are poor because we lack the correct attitude. We lack the will to comply with and teach these functional principles of rich & developed societies. If you do not forward this message nothing will happen to you. Your pet will not die, you will not be fired, you will not have bad luck for seven years, and also, you will not get sick or go hungry. But those may happen because of your lack of discipline & laziness, your love for intrigue and politics, your indifference to saving for the future, your stubborn attitude. If you love your country, let this message circulate so that many Filipinos could reflect about this, & CHANGE, ACT!
Thursday, 27 January 2011 | 370 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
How To/Culture and Society
Author:Bob R. C. Kemerait, Ph.D.
      A Truer Face of the Philippines, a Face Hidden from Americans By  Bob R. C. Kemerait, Ph.D. Department of Plant Pathology University of Georgia Rural Development Center, Tifton (229) 386-7495 The day after the mudslide on the island of Leyte in the Philippines was reported in the United States, I received a worried phone call from a colleague here at the University of Georgia.  Tim had seen footage of the tragedy on the evening news. Though unsure where in the Philippines it had occurred, he was concerned that my wife Pam's family had been caught up in the event.  I thanked him for his concern and responded that I was confident Pam's family wasn't involved.  Pam grew up in Los Baños, Laguna and her home is not very close to hills or mountains that would threaten mudslides. Over the next week my assurance to Tim was repeated to many others who were concerned for Pam.  I was grateful that they cared enough about her family to ask for clarification.  On long solitary drives across Georgia that week, I had plenty of time to think about this latest tragedy in the Philippines and to ponder its implications. My first realizations were that good news from the Philippines is rarely reported in the United States and that most Americans know very little about the archipelago nation.  Our countries have shared a very close history over the past 100 years; the Philippines was a protectorate of the United States for nearly 50 years after the conclusion of the Spanish-American War.  American soldiers fought and died alongside Filipino troops in the battles against the Japanese in World War II.  Strategic American air and naval bases were maintained in the Philippines until the early 1990's.  Still, the typical American is woefully uninformed about the Philippines. More importantly, the little that is known paints a picture of this country that is, at best, skewed, and at worst perpetuates regrettable stereotypes of the culture and citizens. The printed and network news that reaches the American public largely shapes our view of the world.  If I were to take guess at the most common perceptions Americans have of the Philippines, they would be as follows, not necessarily in any particular order. 1.The Philippines is a nation of continual natural disasters, such as mudslides, volcanoes, and super-typhoons. 2.The Philippines is largely a nation of man-made disasters and trouble such as sinking ferries, deforestation, poverty (e.g. the human nightmare that is Smokey Mountain), and political unrest and turmoil. 3. The fact Americans are most likely to know about the Philippines would involve 3000 pairs of shoes from Malacañang Palace. 4. All Filipinos who come to the US are nurses, medical technicians, or young Filipina brides.  (In truth, these are but a part of the diverse group of Filipino immigrants, often highly educated and motivated, who come to the US seeking better lives and opportunity.) 5. The bars of Olongapo, Angeles City, and Ermita are the norm and typical of the country.  (In fact, much of this has changed in all three locations.) 6. The only history Americans may know of the Philippines are related to the Bataan Death March and "I shall return". 7. Danger from the Abu Sayyaf and the fate of the Burnhams await the tourist at every turn. 8. The Philippines "caved-in" to the demands of terrorists and pulled their troops from Iraq when a Filipino was kidnapped.  (Most Americans do not realize how vulnerable vast numbers of Filipino over-seas workers across the Middle East are to abuse and terrorist attacks.  The government in the Philippines can do little to protect them.) Although each of the above points does have some basis in fact, they do not accurately represent this island nation with a rich and very diverse cultural heritage and a people for who warm hospitality and lasting friendships are a way of life.  I believe that creating an image and reality of the Philippines based upon the perceptions above would be the same as defining the United States as a land of gang violence, drug abuse, obesity, and lack of regard or consideration for anything that is not "American". Because my wife is from the Philippines, I have had the opportunity to be immersed in Filipino culture here at home and on visits to her home in Los Baños.  As I was thinking about the stereotypes of the Philippines that are prevalent in the US, I also thought about my own perceptions of the Philippines and Filipino culture.  When I recall memories and thoughts about all things "Pinoy" I envision the following. 1. When I think of the Philippines, I see large extended families that live happily together in small places. 2. I think of large families that remain not only physically close, but emotionally close as well. 3. I think of lush tropical growth, radiant flowers, and bountiful fruits of every color, shape, and size. 4. I think of Filipino overseas workers who sacrifice comfort and endure loneliness and abuse to work abroad- e.g. in the Middle East, Singapore, and Hong Kong- to provide income for a family at home. 5. I think of the smell of fried garlic, fried fish, and fried daing (small dried fish) wafting from the kitchen. 6. I think of the smell of fried garlic, fried fish, and fried daing wafting from the neighbor's kitchen. (Both because of the close proximity of the homes and because of the hospitality where one is welcomed and expected in the neighbor's home.) 7. I think of barkadas (a group of very close friends), potluck dinners, and LOTS of merienda (mid-afternoon snacks). 8. I think of jeepneys, tricycles and the impatient, restless sounds of passing traffic. 9. I think of brightly colored bandanas pressed tightly to the noses and mouths of pedestrians. 10. I think of the solitary cry of "Taho!!" coming from out on the street early in the morning. 11. I think of warm smiles, courtesy, cheerful bantering, and "Hey, Joe!" as I walk through Los Baños. 12. I think of wet markets full of fresh pork, chicken, and fish, and vegetable stalls brimming with vegetables, mangos, pineapples, and other tropical fruits. 13. I think of boys walking with an arm over their buddies' shoulders and girls walking hand-in-hand. 14.  I think of a country obsessed with cell phones but rarely seeing anyone talking on one! 15.  I think of heat and humidity and rain. 16.  I think of San Miguel, fighting cocks, and Jolli Bee. 17.  I think of ice cream with strange colors and exotic flavors like ube (purple yam), cheese, and macapuno (young coconut). 18.  I think of exuberant children everywhere. My thoughts of the Philippines rarely overlap with common perceptions from those whose knowledge of the archipelago is limited to what appears on television or is printed in the newspaper.  Sure, as in any country, there are serious problems in the Philippines.  In fact, the problems facing the Philippines are so severe that one must wonder if the country can ever truly overcome them. However, it is my experience that the richness of the culture, the warmth of the people, and the sheer beauty of the land and sea overshadow these problems in my memory. I wish that more people in the United States could visit the Philippines and share in a culture and people that have enchanted and embraced me.  Better understanding of each culture could insure close relations and cooperation between two proud nations for the future.  Without question, Americans visiting the Philippines would be warmly welcomed and enjoy a destination of great exotic appeal.  Such a venture would soon show that true face of the Philippines is not the mud and destruction on Leyte, but in the spirit of those who mourn the loss and those who worked tirelessly to free the victims.
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Mr. Jose Angel A. Honrado General Manager Manila International Airport Authority Pasay City Philippines   Dear Mr. Honrado:   We are staunch advocates of local tourism. We strongly believe that responsible ecotourism is a good driver of sustainable economic development. If there is anything we Filipinos can be proud of, it is the unparalleled physical beauty of our country, and the inner beauty of our people.   But those of us who travel extensively domestically and internationally know how cumbersome, inefficient and opportunistic our traveling systems are, particularly our airports and seaports.   Take the case of the gateways of the country: our airports. There has been a marked improvement in the physical facilities of our airports, for which we congratulate those responsible for it. However, there is so much that needs to be done to further upgrade our services and make it truly world-class. We respectfully invite your attention to the tedious process of checking in and of departing from all our airports — the first and last stop of all local and international travelers.   To recall, the objective of a good airport is to make travel procedures as seamless and efficient as possible. Our airports have become perfect examples of bureaucracy, inefficiency, and what airport systems should NOT be. Indeed, it is also an example of the “checkpoint mentality” of our government.   Note:   1. There are security guards who pretend to conduct a cursory check on the entering cars. They wave their flashlights in the direction of the glove compartment and pretend to look inside the trunk. In reality, what they achieve is to waste the time of the passenger and create a garrison mentality. 2. In the entry doors of the airport, there is another guard who checks the ticket and ID. At this point begins unnecessary waiting lines. 3. There is an X-ray at the main door. While there are often a number of x-ray machines, there is only one or two open, thus creating another extended queue, and another delay.   Thursday, January 13, 2011, NAIA-3   Thursday, January 13, 2011, PAL Centennial Airport   4. At the NAIA-3, yet another guard checks the ticket and ID before the check-in counter. 5. Check-in counter 6. After checking in, we proceed to another line. We line up to pay an exorbitant amount of two hundred pesos (PhP 200.00) as the “terminal fee.” In all our travels around the world, only the Philippine airports collect a terminal fee. If we are so impoverished and must collect this terminal fee, can we not incorporate it in the price of the ticket? This would considerably ease the flow and movement of passengers at our airports. Institutions, such as airline companies and the NAIA administration office, are better placed to do the collection and remittances of large amounts of funds.       But that is not all. After paying this senseless terminal fee, we proceed to line up again for the utter futility discussed in no. 7.   7. A few meters after the booth where we pay the terminal fee, there is another stop where another officer called theInspector Verifier will cut off the stub from the receipt of the terminal fee. This is especially true in NAIA-3 and in the Mactan-Cebu International Airport.     Thursday, January 13, 2011, NAIA-3   8. Then, after this, there is another X-ray machine. In almost all of the most airports in the world, this is the only X-ray machine that checks the hand-carried baggage. Even in the very security-conscious United States, there is only one X-ray check, and that is right before the pre-departure area.   Thursday, January 13, 2011, PAL Centennial Airport   9. Then the final check right before boarding.   This can actually be reduced to only three stages: check-in, X-ray and body check prior to entering the pre-departure area, and then at the final boarding. This is the standard used by most airports. The process for international travel from the NAIA and PAL Centennial Airport is even worse because of the additional “checkpoints”:   1. Checking of boarding pass before entry into immigration area 2. Payment of an exorbitant terminal fee of PhP 750.00, or something like $13.45, as if people walk around with that exact change in their pockets. Worse, one cannot even pay with a credit card. 3. Immigration 4. Checking of boarding passes before being allowed to enter the pre-departure gate 5. Another check of baggage before boarding   In the international arrival area, despite the fact that we have nothing to declare, we are made to fill up a form. This is checked by the customs officer. A few meters after the customs officer, there is another person who takes some part of the stub. Also, we are the only airport that still checks on the bag tags by more security guards at the exit door.   Most of these are not only cumbersome and downright stupid procedures, but they also create an impression that we are just putting hoops to make it difficult for tourists. We also create meaningless jobs for unemployed protégés of politicians or bureaucrats who have nothing better to do. This is a waste of people’s hard-earned money.   We respectfully request that your good office take the initiative to review this process and streamline it with the end in view. These cumbersome and repetitious processes have not made our airport and air travel any more secure. As a matter of fact, notwithstanding all these, our airports have been downgraded for its lack of security. It is not the processes that needs strengthening, rather the management of our civil aviation systems. In the news recently was a disturbing piece of information: there was damage in some aviation equipment, and the replacement part had to be ‘cannibalized’ / removed from existing damaged aviation equipment.   One must ask: where is all the money collected from the terminal fees going? Is it paying the security guards and personnel who have been placed in our airports to make our lives and travel difficult? In almost all of the airports of the world, there is no “terminal fee” being collected. If there is any payment of terminal fees at all, it is incorporated in the ticket. Incidentally, and in this respect, may we respectfully request for a financial report from your good office as to the uses of the terminal fees collected from passengers in the last five years. Despite all the monies received, as of January 2011, none of the three airports in Manila had free and consistent wireless Internet access. The pre-departure area in NAIA-1 did not even have working electrical outlets. The restrooms are still small and badly maintained. The Mactan-Cebu Airport recently installed sensor-type flushing mechanisms in their water closets, a water-wasteful technology. When checked last January 22, 2011, none of them worked! We also do not have seats allocated for the handicapped in the pre-departure areas. In other international airports around the world, there are seats near the gates for the handicapped.   While other airports around the world try to institutionalize seamless airport procedures, we are overacting to try to create a perception of security. This is not a mark of our ability to put an effective security measures. Rather, it is a mark of idiotic redundancy, utter inefficiency, and senseless and useless red tape. We end up making ourselves look ridiculous. It creates the impression that we live in a garrison state, paranoid to the nth degree, and/or are promoting unnecessary red tape right in the gateways of our country. It is a poor reflection of our people. It is also an example of a very Third World mentality — the very impression we are trying to change as a country and as a people.   Having said all these, we do not need to wonder why we have few tourists compared to our neighboring Southeast Asian countries. We have a saying in Filipino, which, when translated, means that the most difficult people to awaken are those who are already awake. Our airport officials know how utterly ridiculous these procedures are, but refuse to improve it for reasons known only to them.   There are so many other things we need to improve to make our country travel-friendly, among them having clean toilets, honest cab drivers, and traffic decongestion. But if there is one area we can work on right away to make travel to and within the Philippines easy, convenient, passenger-visitor-friendly and seamless, it is our airports — the very face of our beautiful and beloved country.   Thank you in anticipation of your kind consideration and expeditious action on the matter as we look forward to your reply[1]. We trust that this letter finds you in good health and spirits as we again congratulate you, thank you, and wish you the best of luck in your efforts to improve our airports. If there is any way we can be of help in the terms of suggestions and ideas, please do not hesitate to let us know.   Very truly yours,   Atty. Antonio A. Oposa                              Anna Oposa a.oposa@gmail.com                                    aroposa@gmail.com   [1] Republic Act 9485 (2007) also known as the Anti-Red Tape Law mandates that public officials must respond to letters of citizens within 5-10 days from receipt with a report on the action taken on the matter. Please see alsoRepublic Act 6713 (Code of Conduct for Public Officials), and Rep. Act 3019. We have purposely put in our email addresses to ensure speedy and inexpensive transmittal of your reply.   Cc:   Office of the President, Malacañang Palace Ms. Julia Abad, Chief of Staff Presidential Management Staff Hon. Jose de Jesus, Secretary Department of Transportation and Communications Hon. Alberto A. Lim, Secretary Department of Tourism Mr. Carmelo L. Arcilla, Executive Director Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) Mr. Ramon S. Gutierrez, Deputy Director-General for Administration Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) Mr. Lucio Tan, Chairman of the Board Mr. Jaime Bautista, President Philippine Airlines Mr. Lance Gokongwei, President Cebu Pacific Mr. Paul Villarete, General Manager Mactan-Cebu International Airport Mr. Reynaldo Villar, Chairman Commission on Audit Tanodbayan, Office of the Ombudsman Philippine Daily Inquirer Print and Electronic Media Outlets   more: http://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=187122967974392&id=187554867936057
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