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Showing posts with label Hongkong OFW. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Hongkong OFW. Show all posts

Thursday, October 20, 2016



A lot of  foreign communities before look down on Filipinos especially in Hong Kong.Chip Sao,a famous commentator in Hongkong once called the Philippines as a "nation of servants" and had to apologise for it.And we can say that he is not the only one who share the same view.This racist remark maybe resulted from the mishandled Manila hostage crisis in 2010,in which 7 Hong Kong tourists and the tour guide was killed.During that crisis,Donald Tsang Yam-Kuen ,Former Chief Executive of Hong Kong,tried to call former President Benigno Aquino Jr. as if he was calling a city mayor but he failed.
On the other hand ,President  Rodrigo Duterte,who went for a state visit in China is making waves across the globe and making the Philippines and the Filipinos "visible" to the sight of international communities.

In Hong Kong,he has unilaterally forced that  the contracts of the Filipino household service workers (HSW) should clearly state that they do not have to clean their employers window from the outside,after several HSW fell to their deaths while doing the window cleaning.

He is also pushing that about 200,000 Filipinos who are currently working illegally  as HSWs in the region be granted legal status.

The deaths from falling while cleaning the window can be prevented but a lot of cases has happened and the former administration showed not a bit of concern and the Aquino administration did nothing.The Labour and Welfare Bureau  has convinced the Philippine Consulate to suspend the window cleaning ban for 30 days to fix the contract details but if the President directs,it will push through.

President Duterte may be ruthless,but he is getting things done.He even convinced China to fund for the infrastructure developments like building a drug rehabilitation facilities for drug dependents.

Beijing welcomed President Duterte with a red carpet and Hong Kong should know that the wind is blowing in favor of the welfare of the Filipino workers  and they should be watchful on how they treat them.


Wednesday, April 27, 2016

OFW From Hong Kong Lost P50,000 Worth Of Valuables In Her Tampered Luggage

An OFW from Hong Kong who arrived in NAIA on Tuesday, lost  valuables with estimated worth of Php 50,000.

Upon arrival, she was devastated to find her luggage torn and held together with tape, and the zippers tampered and broken.  She lost jewelries, shoes, and some gifts for her baby.



According to airport personnel on duty, it is possible that the pilferage happened in Hong Kong. 

She was advised to report the incident to her airline and list the items that were lost.   PAL spokesman, Cielo Villaluna also said they are already investigating and looking at the CCTV footage of baggage handling facilities in the Philippines and Hong Kong.

MIAA spokesperson David de Castro said passenger baggage are responsibility of the airline carrier but they are willing to help with the investigation.  

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Wednesday, December 16, 2015

HongKong OFW: Employer Burned Her Back With Flat Iron Twice!

In a GMA News report: 
"An overseas Filipino worker (OFW) who has been working in Hong Kong for less than a month has accused her employer of inflicting physical harm on her by burning her with a flat iron.

According to a report by GMA News stringer Corazon Amaya CaƱete, the 25-year-old OFW from Cagayan Valley, who is working as a domestic helper, has sought assistance from the police regarding her 85-year-old male employer.

She said on December 12, her employer asked her to give him a massage. However, the employer was not satisfied with her massage and pushed her.

Later, while the OFW was ironing her employer's clothes, the employer allegedly came to her, grabbed the flat iron, and burned the right side of her back with it. Seemingly not contented, the employer also placed the iron on the left side of her back.
The OFW said all she could do was cry. She said the pain prevented her from sleeping at night.
With the aid of her siblings, who are also working as domestic helpers in Hong Kong, the police got wind of her situation and are now investigating it."
Unfortunately, some countries may not be able to see this video below because the uploader has not made this video available to Saudi Arabia and other countries. 
source: GMA NEWS

Saturday, November 14, 2015

Ordeal of Nanay Gloria Ortinez Because of Tanim Bala.

Narito ang detalyadong pangyayari sa buhay ng isang kapwa OFW na si Gloria Ortinez, kasambahay at 26 years ng...
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Thursday, November 05, 2015


A Qatar-bound OFW named Melody Valdez of Pangasinan was apprehended on Nov 3 after an x-ray screener spotted a bullet wrapped in plastic in her brown luggage. Inquirer reported that the bag of Qatar-bound OFW Melody Valdez, 40, allegedly contained a .45 cal. bullet when it went through the initial security screening checkpoint of Naia Terminal 1 at 8 p.m. on Tuesday.
Valdez initially denied having any ammunition in her bag, which was tightly wrapped in plastic.  It was close to 10 p.m. when her recruitment officer arrived and she agreed to open her luggage for inspection.  The bullet was found inside a pouch.
She denied the bullet was hers and claimed that somebody might have planted the ammunition when she used the restroom and momentarily left her baggage.
“Alam ko naman po na bawal magdala ng bala kaya malakas ang loob ko na pabuksan ang maleta ko. Hindi ko po alam talaga na may bala sa loob ng maleta ko,"

Via Rappler news: Gloria Ortinez was arrested on October 25 and prevented from leaving the country for Hong Kong after authorities claimed to have found a bullet wrapped in red cloth inside her bag at NAIA 2. According to media reports, she was released on October 27.

The 56-year-old migrant worker has denied that the bullet was hers. Ortinez also said that she would never bring the bullet with her as she was well aware of Hong Kong's strict security laws.