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Filipinos News

Op-Ed: Helping Typhoon Haiyan survivors this holiday season

The Christmas celebration has changed for many in the Philippines since the country suffered devastation brought by typhoons during the last three Decembers.

Op-Ed: Moving piece written about Typhoon Haiyan goes viral

On November 13, a moving Facebook note about Typhoon Haiyan and the current situation in the Philippines was posted. It is currently going viral and is entitled, 'I Need To Tell You.'

Video: Filipinos reenact the Crucifixion on Good Friday

San Fernando - As the Christian world celebrates Good Friday, these Catholic zealots in the Philippines go much further, by reenacting the Crucifixion and the suffering of Jesus Christ.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 3 comments

Retracing a Piece of Philippine History in Madrid Special

Madrid - Madrid hosts the monument of the Philippine national hero Jose Rizal, perhaps some kind of an atonement for his execution ordered by Spanish authorities 115 years ago.
Digital Journal Report by Romeo Marquez - 3 comments

Filipinos whipped and nailed to crosses in crucifixion ritual

San Fernando - Penitent Filipinos marched through villages, while being beaten with sticks and ropes, in a re-enactment of Jesus Christ’s suffering held yearly on Good Friday. The religious event culminates with a crucifixion ritual that the Catholic church rejects.
In the Media by Kim I. Hartman - 2 comments

Op-Ed: Corruption to End, Filipinos to Prosper

In a recent study by the Social Weather Stations (SWS), many Filipinos believe that their standard of living will improve in the next twelve months to come.
In the Media by Maria Narissa Aranzanso

Op-Ed: Young man, it's a moving gesture, but an apology is not required

Manila - By now, a lot of you would have read this letter of apology written by a young Filipino named Reigno Jose Dilao addressed to the world in response to the hostage-taking incident yesterday.
In the Media by Ron de Vera - 21 comments

Op-Ed: Filipinos to Guard Against Crooks

Weeks went by after the typhoons Ondoy and Pepeng wrecked havoc in the Philippines. The evidence and aftereffects of the catastrophe are still widely seen.
In the Media by Maria Narissa Aranzanso

51 Filipinos Are Missing, Slave Labour Suspected

51 Filipinos aboard the plane were excited. They were off for jobs as telephone repairmen at a hotel in Dubai. That's what they thought at least. When the plane lifted off in Kuwait they learned their true destination, Baghdad. Where are they now?
In the Media by KJ Mullins - 1 comment

Filipinos Crucify Themselves On Good Friday While Listening To Led Zepplin

Every year, Filipino men are nailed to crosses and crucified.The scene has turned into a tourist attraction and this year, before the men are crucified music by Led Zepplin is played.
In the Media by malan
 

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