For overseas Filipinos, social media is an important tool to monitor the crisis as it happens in the Philippines. Rather than keep up with selfies and lunch stories in Facebook, here's how you can use social media in times of disasters such as super typhoon Yolanda.
BY ANNE QUINTOS So you have an offer to work abroad? Here are some of the things that you should do next (as we have experienced it). Rem...
(Click the banner photo for the Sambuhay TV mass link.) For most overseas Filipinos, it's not always possible to take time off at wo...
By JEFF LIZARDO One of the most heartbreaking parts of being an OFW is living months or even years away from your loved ones back in the...
BY RAYMOND CALBAY Whenever my wife and I have family and friends who visit us in Taiwan, we take them to Taipei 101. Taking the stroll fr...
BY ANNE QUINTOS Our parish priest in Taoyuan asked all mothers to come to the altar for his Mother's day blessing. To my surprise, mo...
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