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Pagsusulat

Last Update: 2014-09-19
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News

Balita

Last Update: 2014-09-19
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news home

balitang pantahanan

Last Update: 2014-09-18
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news reporter

mamamahayag

Last Update: 2014-09-18
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New York City

Lungsod ng New York

Last Update: 2014-09-16
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New World

Bagong Mundo

Last Update: 2014-09-14
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New Testament

Bagong Tipan

Last Update: 2014-09-14
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New moon

Bagong buwan

Last Update: 2014-09-14
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New York

New York

Last Update: 2014-09-02
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how to create a news! ^_^

paano gumawa ng balita

Last Update: 2014-09-17
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I love you my dear friend of mine who is a great deal of time and money to buy a new window

istorya ng pag-ibig Sa tungkol teleserye script tagalog

Last Update: 2014-09-19
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A Mother's Story is a 2011 Filipino family Independent film about Medy (Pokwang) who became an illegal immigrant in the United States and her struggles as she achieves legal status. The film deals with what the OFWs go through in the United States. This is the first film produced by The Filipino Channel and distributed by ABS-CBN International and Star Cinema.[1][2] Medy (Pokwang) is a makeup artist living in the Philippines with her family, composed of her jobless husband (Nonie Buencamino), a son (Aaron Junatas, and later, Rayver Cruz), and an infant daughter. She regularly does the make-up of a popular concert star, who late on chose her as a personal make-up artist in a concert tour in the United States. While in America, she met her former classmate Helen (Beth Tamayo) who convinced Medy to stay in the country to be an illegal migrant worker. She decides to take Helen's offer, in hopes that working abroad will bring the prosperity her family seeks. Following her friend's suggestions, Medy works as a front desk operator at a children's drama studio. Medy quickly becomes a natural at her job, becoming a favorite among students, particularly with a young girl named Cherry. When Medy learns that her earnings are not enough to cover the medicine for her sick daughter Queenie (Xyriel Manabat), she follows Helen's suggestion to work as a stay-in housekeeper for a couple who works as lawyers. While working for the couple, Medy endures verbal and physical abuse. She also is barred contact with her family in the Philippines, with the couple going so far as confiscating her passport from her, so she cannot leave. Medy endures the hardship in hopes of a better life for her family, and with the help of Cherry, the student in the dance studio who turned out to be the couple's daughter. Medy also has Helen, whom she trusts to send her earnings and other gifts to her family. After seven years, Medy decides to leave the abusive couple. Fortunately, Cherry takes pity on her, and illicitly gives her passport back. Medy then seeks legal advice from a lawyer named Atty. Michael J. Gurfinkel, who advises her that she has a strong right to file a case against the family for illegal detention, physical injuries, and hiring someone like her as an undocumented citizen. Medy also confronts Helen, when she learns that not all her earnings made it to her family. Medy comes home to an impartial family reunion. She finds out that her husband is seeing another woman, leaving her children in her mother's care, Choleng. While her daughter is grateful to finally meet her, her son feels betrayed by a mother who left her to fend for themselves. Medy files for an annulment. When Medy tells her family about the hardships she endured in the United States, her family finally understands her. Medy also receives a phone call from Atty. Gurfinkel stating that she won the case against the abusive couple. She gains back wages and additional money from emotional distress. This piece of good news lifts Medy's spirit, and she starts to rebuild her life with her mother and her children. After a joyous Christmas celebration, King decides to go abroad just like his mother, hoping for a better future. The whole family wishes him the best of luck.

buod Ng kuwento tagalog isang ina

Last Update: 2014-09-19
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"Where am I?" "Is this the real world?" A lot of things are on my mind. I may be young and innocent, but not ignorant. I can clearly see what's present. I can only imagine life when the world was first created, a beautiful scene yet to be exploited.A dash of green and blue then add the bright yellow sunshine that lights up the day. God gave us a world full of promise. He wanted us to use it, take care of it and make sure that there is plenty for everybody. The water is not blue as it was. The air we breath is not healthy anymore. The forest that used to be rich and full, nowhere to be seen. Dead Denuded Destroyed "What happened to the promised land?" "How dare we ruin it!" "Look at it people! look at it!" "If the world could only speak, it would tell us how much it hurts." "All of us can do something but not everyone is willing to do it." "Now, I can't imagine what the future holds." Living Hoping Praying The chances are getting thinner everytime. Time is running out. We better do it now or pay the price later. Let's rebuild this world and plant new life for a new day.

pangako ng lupa

Last Update: 2014-09-19
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Ala ket mayat ah... New beginning ... Nukwa

inarok tan insan

Last Update: 2014-09-17
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In 1380 Karim ul' Makhdum the first Arabian trader reached the Sulu Archipelago and Jolo in the Philippines and through trade throughout the island established Islam in the country. In 1390 the Minangkabau's Prince Rajah Baguinda and his followers preached Islam on the islands.[4] The Sheik Karimal Makdum Mosque was the first mosque established in the Philippines on Simunul in Mindanao in the 14th century. Subsequent settlements by Arab missionaries traveling to Malaysia and Indonesia helped strengthen Islam in the Philippines and each settlement was governed by a Datu, Rajah and a Sultan. Islamic provinces founded in the Philippines included the Sultanate of Maguindanao, Sultanate of Sulu, Sultanate of Lanao and other parts of the southern Philippines. When the Spanish fleet led by Miguel López de Legazpi arrived in the Kingdom of Maynila, they were met by Rajah Sulaiman III. By the next century conquests had reached the Sulu islands in the southern tip of the Philippines where the population was animistic and they took up the task of converting the animistic population to Islam with renewed zeal. By the 15th century, half of Luzon (Northern Philippines) and the islands of Mindanao in the south had become subject to the various Muslim sultanates of Borneo and much of the population in the South were converted to Islam. However, the Visayas was largely dominated by Hindu-Buddhist societies led by rajahs and datus who strongly resisted Islam. One reason could be due to the economic and political disasters prehispanic Muslim pirates from the Mindanao region bring during raids. These frequent attacks gave way to naming present-day Cebu as then-Sugbo or scorched earth which was a defensive technique implemented by the Visayans so the pirates have nothing much to loot.[5][6] During the reign of Sultan Bolkiah from 1485 to 1521, the Sultanate of Brunei having seen the feature of Manila as a natural port, the Brunei Sultan tried to have a part of Tondo's the incoming China trade by attacking its environs and establishing its own Sultanate of Kota Seludong, now Manila ruling under and giving yearly tribute to the Sultanate of Brunei as its satellite state.[7] A new dynasty under the a local Lumad leader who accepted Islam and became Rajah Salalila or Rajah Sulayman I. He also started to established a trading challenge the already rich House of Rajah Lakandula in Tondo. Islam was further strengthened by the arrival of Muslim traders and from Jolo, Mindanao, Malaysia and Indonesia

pamantag

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Albuquerque, New Mexico

Albuquerque, New Mexico

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newness of spirit

panahon ng kapangyarihan

Last Update: 2014-08-31
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