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Saturday, January 14, 2017

Prime Minister Abe of Japan and Pres Rudy Duterte are Best Friends. FIND OUT WHY.

 Being the first head of state to visit the Philippines this year and the first during President Rodrigo Duterte's term, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said "I chose the Philippines as my first destination this year and that is testament to my primary emphasis on our bilateral relationship." Unlike the other head of states that visited the country, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been treated with utmost closeness, not only as a fellow leader but a special friend, President Rodrigo Duterte offered the simplicity of his humble residence in Davao instead of the elegance of Malacañang Palace. Shortly after the Japanese Prime Minister  has been welcomed by the Philippine President at the Malacañang, they immediately went to the President's hometown, Davao City. Abe’s day began with a visit to Duterte’s “simple home” for a breakfast of sticky rice cakes and mung bean soup, a presidential aide said, with the leaders dining at a wooden table before heading for a look around Duterte’s humble home. Christopher Bong Go also posted some photos showing the Prime Minister around President duterte's residence including his bedroom and the president's famous "kulambo" (mosquito net).     Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the house of President Rodrigo Duterte in Davao.       President Duterte and PM Shinzo Abe's closeness has been evident even during the ASEAN Summit and President Duterte's visit in Tokyo, Japan.                      Prime Minister Shinzo Abe having a taste of Durian.     Here is a video of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during his visit to the Philippines as shared by the Prime Minister's official social media page. The caption reads: "Davao is the hometown of President Duterte, where he devoted nearly 40 years to its development. My wife and I were invited to visit his house for breakfast, and we spent a relaxing time together.  I found Davao to be a city in which friendly feelings towards Japan are especially strong. At the international school established to educate ethnic Japanese Filipinos, I was moved by the warm welcome from children singing "Chiisana Sekai"(It's a Small World) in Japanese. The Japanese language class I attended was taught by a teacher with a great sense of humor, and the students were having fun learning Japanese."            Aside from strengthening ties among two countries and elevating bilateral relationship, the two leaders has shown the true meaning of friendship.     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO


Being the first head of state to visit the Philippines this year and the first during President Rodrigo Duterte's term, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said "I chose the Philippines as my first destination this year and that is testament to my primary emphasis on our bilateral relationship."
Unlike the other head of states that visited the country, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been treated with utmost closeness, not only as a fellow leader but a special friend, President Rodrigo Duterte offered the simplicity of his humble residence in Davao instead of the elegance of Malacañang Palace.
Shortly after the Japanese Prime Minister  has been welcomed by the Philippine President at the Malacañang, they immediately went to the President's hometown, Davao City.
Abe’s day began with a visit to Duterte’s “simple home” for a breakfast of sticky rice cakes and mung bean soup, a presidential aide said, with the leaders dining at a wooden table before heading for a look around Duterte’s humble home.
Christopher Bong Go also posted some photos showing the Prime Minister around President duterte's residence including his bedroom and the president's famous "kulambo" (mosquito net).


Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the house of President Rodrigo Duterte in Davao.
 Being the first head of state to visit the Philippines this year and the first during President Rodrigo Duterte's term, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said "I chose the Philippines as my first destination this year and that is testament to my primary emphasis on our bilateral relationship." Unlike the other head of states that visited the country, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been treated with utmost closeness, not only as a fellow leader but a special friend, President Rodrigo Duterte offered the simplicity of his humble residence in Davao instead of the elegance of Malacañang Palace. Shortly after the Japanese Prime Minister  has been welcomed by the Philippine President at the Malacañang, they immediately went to the President's hometown, Davao City. Abe’s day began with a visit to Duterte’s “simple home” for a breakfast of sticky rice cakes and mung bean soup, a presidential aide said, with the leaders dining at a wooden table before heading for a look around Duterte’s humble home. Christopher Bong Go also posted some photos showing the Prime Minister around President duterte's residence including his bedroom and the president's famous "kulambo" (mosquito net).     Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the house of President Rodrigo Duterte in Davao.       President Duterte and PM Shinzo Abe's closeness has been evident even during the ASEAN Summit and President Duterte's visit in Tokyo, Japan.                      Prime Minister Shinzo Abe having a taste of Durian.     Here is a video of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during his visit to the Philippines as shared by the Prime Minister's official social media page. The caption reads: "Davao is the hometown of President Duterte, where he devoted nearly 40 years to its development. My wife and I were invited to visit his house for breakfast, and we spent a relaxing time together.  I found Davao to be a city in which friendly feelings towards Japan are especially strong. At the international school established to educate ethnic Japanese Filipinos, I was moved by the warm welcome from children singing "Chiisana Sekai"(It's a Small World) in Japanese. The Japanese language class I attended was taught by a teacher with a great sense of humor, and the students were having fun learning Japanese."            Aside from strengthening ties among two countries and elevating bilateral relationship, the two leaders has shown the true meaning of friendship.     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO


 Being the first head of state to visit the Philippines this year and the first during President Rodrigo Duterte's term, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said "I chose the Philippines as my first destination this year and that is testament to my primary emphasis on our bilateral relationship." Unlike the other head of states that visited the country, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been treated with utmost closeness, not only as a fellow leader but a special friend, President Rodrigo Duterte offered the simplicity of his humble residence in Davao instead of the elegance of Malacañang Palace. Shortly after the Japanese Prime Minister  has been welcomed by the Philippine President at the Malacañang, they immediately went to the President's hometown, Davao City. Abe’s day began with a visit to Duterte’s “simple home” for a breakfast of sticky rice cakes and mung bean soup, a presidential aide said, with the leaders dining at a wooden table before heading for a look around Duterte’s humble home. Christopher Bong Go also posted some photos showing the Prime Minister around President duterte's residence including his bedroom and the president's famous "kulambo" (mosquito net).     Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the house of President Rodrigo Duterte in Davao.       President Duterte and PM Shinzo Abe's closeness has been evident even during the ASEAN Summit and President Duterte's visit in Tokyo, Japan.                      Prime Minister Shinzo Abe having a taste of Durian.     Here is a video of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during his visit to the Philippines as shared by the Prime Minister's official social media page. The caption reads: "Davao is the hometown of President Duterte, where he devoted nearly 40 years to its development. My wife and I were invited to visit his house for breakfast, and we spent a relaxing time together.  I found Davao to be a city in which friendly feelings towards Japan are especially strong. At the international school established to educate ethnic Japanese Filipinos, I was moved by the warm welcome from children singing "Chiisana Sekai"(It's a Small World) in Japanese. The Japanese language class I attended was taught by a teacher with a great sense of humor, and the students were having fun learning Japanese."            Aside from strengthening ties among two countries and elevating bilateral relationship, the two leaders has shown the true meaning of friendship.     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO


President Duterte and PM Shinzo Abe's closeness has been evident even during the ASEAN Summit and President Duterte's visit in Tokyo, Japan.

 Being the first head of state to visit the Philippines this year and the first during President Rodrigo Duterte's term, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said "I chose the Philippines as my first destination this year and that is testament to my primary emphasis on our bilateral relationship." Unlike the other head of states that visited the country, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been treated with utmost closeness, not only as a fellow leader but a special friend, President Rodrigo Duterte offered the simplicity of his humble residence in Davao instead of the elegance of Malacañang Palace. Shortly after the Japanese Prime Minister  has been welcomed by the Philippine President at the Malacañang, they immediately went to the President's hometown, Davao City. Abe’s day began with a visit to Duterte’s “simple home” for a breakfast of sticky rice cakes and mung bean soup, a presidential aide said, with the leaders dining at a wooden table before heading for a look around Duterte’s humble home. Christopher Bong Go also posted some photos showing the Prime Minister around President duterte's residence including his bedroom and the president's famous "kulambo" (mosquito net).     Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the house of President Rodrigo Duterte in Davao.       President Duterte and PM Shinzo Abe's closeness has been evident even during the ASEAN Summit and President Duterte's visit in Tokyo, Japan.                      Prime Minister Shinzo Abe having a taste of Durian.     Here is a video of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during his visit to the Philippines as shared by the Prime Minister's official social media page. The caption reads: "Davao is the hometown of President Duterte, where he devoted nearly 40 years to its development. My wife and I were invited to visit his house for breakfast, and we spent a relaxing time together.  I found Davao to be a city in which friendly feelings towards Japan are especially strong. At the international school established to educate ethnic Japanese Filipinos, I was moved by the warm welcome from children singing "Chiisana Sekai"(It's a Small World) in Japanese. The Japanese language class I attended was taught by a teacher with a great sense of humor, and the students were having fun learning Japanese."            Aside from strengthening ties among two countries and elevating bilateral relationship, the two leaders has shown the true meaning of friendship.     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO

 Being the first head of state to visit the Philippines this year and the first during President Rodrigo Duterte's term, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said "I chose the Philippines as my first destination this year and that is testament to my primary emphasis on our bilateral relationship." Unlike the other head of states that visited the country, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been treated with utmost closeness, not only as a fellow leader but a special friend, President Rodrigo Duterte offered the simplicity of his humble residence in Davao instead of the elegance of Malacañang Palace. Shortly after the Japanese Prime Minister  has been welcomed by the Philippine President at the Malacañang, they immediately went to the President's hometown, Davao City. Abe’s day began with a visit to Duterte’s “simple home” for a breakfast of sticky rice cakes and mung bean soup, a presidential aide said, with the leaders dining at a wooden table before heading for a look around Duterte’s humble home. Christopher Bong Go also posted some photos showing the Prime Minister around President duterte's residence including his bedroom and the president's famous "kulambo" (mosquito net).     Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the house of President Rodrigo Duterte in Davao.       President Duterte and PM Shinzo Abe's closeness has been evident even during the ASEAN Summit and President Duterte's visit in Tokyo, Japan.                      Prime Minister Shinzo Abe having a taste of Durian.     Here is a video of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during his visit to the Philippines as shared by the Prime Minister's official social media page. The caption reads: "Davao is the hometown of President Duterte, where he devoted nearly 40 years to its development. My wife and I were invited to visit his house for breakfast, and we spent a relaxing time together.  I found Davao to be a city in which friendly feelings towards Japan are especially strong. At the international school established to educate ethnic Japanese Filipinos, I was moved by the warm welcome from children singing "Chiisana Sekai"(It's a Small World) in Japanese. The Japanese language class I attended was taught by a teacher with a great sense of humor, and the students were having fun learning Japanese."            Aside from strengthening ties among two countries and elevating bilateral relationship, the two leaders has shown the true meaning of friendship.     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO

 Being the first head of state to visit the Philippines this year and the first during President Rodrigo Duterte's term, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said "I chose the Philippines as my first destination this year and that is testament to my primary emphasis on our bilateral relationship." Unlike the other head of states that visited the country, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been treated with utmost closeness, not only as a fellow leader but a special friend, President Rodrigo Duterte offered the simplicity of his humble residence in Davao instead of the elegance of Malacañang Palace. Shortly after the Japanese Prime Minister  has been welcomed by the Philippine President at the Malacañang, they immediately went to the President's hometown, Davao City. Abe’s day began with a visit to Duterte’s “simple home” for a breakfast of sticky rice cakes and mung bean soup, a presidential aide said, with the leaders dining at a wooden table before heading for a look around Duterte’s humble home. Christopher Bong Go also posted some photos showing the Prime Minister around President duterte's residence including his bedroom and the president's famous "kulambo" (mosquito net).     Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the house of President Rodrigo Duterte in Davao.       President Duterte and PM Shinzo Abe's closeness has been evident even during the ASEAN Summit and President Duterte's visit in Tokyo, Japan.                      Prime Minister Shinzo Abe having a taste of Durian.     Here is a video of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during his visit to the Philippines as shared by the Prime Minister's official social media page. The caption reads: "Davao is the hometown of President Duterte, where he devoted nearly 40 years to its development. My wife and I were invited to visit his house for breakfast, and we spent a relaxing time together.  I found Davao to be a city in which friendly feelings towards Japan are especially strong. At the international school established to educate ethnic Japanese Filipinos, I was moved by the warm welcome from children singing "Chiisana Sekai"(It's a Small World) in Japanese. The Japanese language class I attended was taught by a teacher with a great sense of humor, and the students were having fun learning Japanese."            Aside from strengthening ties among two countries and elevating bilateral relationship, the two leaders has shown the true meaning of friendship.     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO




 Being the first head of state to visit the Philippines this year and the first during President Rodrigo Duterte's term, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said "I chose the Philippines as my first destination this year and that is testament to my primary emphasis on our bilateral relationship." Unlike the other head of states that visited the country, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been treated with utmost closeness, not only as a fellow leader but a special friend, President Rodrigo Duterte offered the simplicity of his humble residence in Davao instead of the elegance of Malacañang Palace. Shortly after the Japanese Prime Minister  has been welcomed by the Philippine President at the Malacañang, they immediately went to the President's hometown, Davao City. Abe’s day began with a visit to Duterte’s “simple home” for a breakfast of sticky rice cakes and mung bean soup, a presidential aide said, with the leaders dining at a wooden table before heading for a look around Duterte’s humble home. Christopher Bong Go also posted some photos showing the Prime Minister around President duterte's residence including his bedroom and the president's famous "kulambo" (mosquito net).     Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the house of President Rodrigo Duterte in Davao.       President Duterte and PM Shinzo Abe's closeness has been evident even during the ASEAN Summit and President Duterte's visit in Tokyo, Japan.                      Prime Minister Shinzo Abe having a taste of Durian.     Here is a video of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during his visit to the Philippines as shared by the Prime Minister's official social media page. The caption reads: "Davao is the hometown of President Duterte, where he devoted nearly 40 years to its development. My wife and I were invited to visit his house for breakfast, and we spent a relaxing time together.  I found Davao to be a city in which friendly feelings towards Japan are especially strong. At the international school established to educate ethnic Japanese Filipinos, I was moved by the warm welcome from children singing "Chiisana Sekai"(It's a Small World) in Japanese. The Japanese language class I attended was taught by a teacher with a great sense of humor, and the students were having fun learning Japanese."            Aside from strengthening ties among two countries and elevating bilateral relationship, the two leaders has shown the true meaning of friendship.     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
 Being the first head of state to visit the Philippines this year and the first during President Rodrigo Duterte's term, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said "I chose the Philippines as my first destination this year and that is testament to my primary emphasis on our bilateral relationship." Unlike the other head of states that visited the country, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been treated with utmost closeness, not only as a fellow leader but a special friend, President Rodrigo Duterte offered the simplicity of his humble residence in Davao instead of the elegance of Malacañang Palace. Shortly after the Japanese Prime Minister  has been welcomed by the Philippine President at the Malacañang, they immediately went to the President's hometown, Davao City. Abe’s day began with a visit to Duterte’s “simple home” for a breakfast of sticky rice cakes and mung bean soup, a presidential aide said, with the leaders dining at a wooden table before heading for a look around Duterte’s humble home. Christopher Bong Go also posted some photos showing the Prime Minister around President duterte's residence including his bedroom and the president's famous "kulambo" (mosquito net).     Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the house of President Rodrigo Duterte in Davao.       President Duterte and PM Shinzo Abe's closeness has been evident even during the ASEAN Summit and President Duterte's visit in Tokyo, Japan.                      Prime Minister Shinzo Abe having a taste of Durian.     Here is a video of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during his visit to the Philippines as shared by the Prime Minister's official social media page. The caption reads: "Davao is the hometown of President Duterte, where he devoted nearly 40 years to its development. My wife and I were invited to visit his house for breakfast, and we spent a relaxing time together.  I found Davao to be a city in which friendly feelings towards Japan are especially strong. At the international school established to educate ethnic Japanese Filipinos, I was moved by the warm welcome from children singing "Chiisana Sekai"(It's a Small World) in Japanese. The Japanese language class I attended was taught by a teacher with a great sense of humor, and the students were having fun learning Japanese."            Aside from strengthening ties among two countries and elevating bilateral relationship, the two leaders has shown the true meaning of friendship.     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO


 Being the first head of state to visit the Philippines this year and the first during President Rodrigo Duterte's term, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said "I chose the Philippines as my first destination this year and that is testament to my primary emphasis on our bilateral relationship." Unlike the other head of states that visited the country, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been treated with utmost closeness, not only as a fellow leader but a special friend, President Rodrigo Duterte offered the simplicity of his humble residence in Davao instead of the elegance of Malacañang Palace. Shortly after the Japanese Prime Minister  has been welcomed by the Philippine President at the Malacañang, they immediately went to the President's hometown, Davao City. Abe’s day began with a visit to Duterte’s “simple home” for a breakfast of sticky rice cakes and mung bean soup, a presidential aide said, with the leaders dining at a wooden table before heading for a look around Duterte’s humble home. Christopher Bong Go also posted some photos showing the Prime Minister around President duterte's residence including his bedroom and the president's famous "kulambo" (mosquito net).     Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the house of President Rodrigo Duterte in Davao.       President Duterte and PM Shinzo Abe's closeness has been evident even during the ASEAN Summit and President Duterte's visit in Tokyo, Japan.                      Prime Minister Shinzo Abe having a taste of Durian.     Here is a video of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during his visit to the Philippines as shared by the Prime Minister's official social media page. The caption reads: "Davao is the hometown of President Duterte, where he devoted nearly 40 years to its development. My wife and I were invited to visit his house for breakfast, and we spent a relaxing time together.  I found Davao to be a city in which friendly feelings towards Japan are especially strong. At the international school established to educate ethnic Japanese Filipinos, I was moved by the warm welcome from children singing "Chiisana Sekai"(It's a Small World) in Japanese. The Japanese language class I attended was taught by a teacher with a great sense of humor, and the students were having fun learning Japanese."            Aside from strengthening ties among two countries and elevating bilateral relationship, the two leaders has shown the true meaning of friendship.     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO




 Being the first head of state to visit the Philippines this year and the first during President Rodrigo Duterte's term, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said "I chose the Philippines as my first destination this year and that is testament to my primary emphasis on our bilateral relationship." Unlike the other head of states that visited the country, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been treated with utmost closeness, not only as a fellow leader but a special friend, President Rodrigo Duterte offered the simplicity of his humble residence in Davao instead of the elegance of Malacañang Palace. Shortly after the Japanese Prime Minister  has been welcomed by the Philippine President at the Malacañang, they immediately went to the President's hometown, Davao City. Abe’s day began with a visit to Duterte’s “simple home” for a breakfast of sticky rice cakes and mung bean soup, a presidential aide said, with the leaders dining at a wooden table before heading for a look around Duterte’s humble home. Christopher Bong Go also posted some photos showing the Prime Minister around President duterte's residence including his bedroom and the president's famous "kulambo" (mosquito net).     Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the house of President Rodrigo Duterte in Davao.       President Duterte and PM Shinzo Abe's closeness has been evident even during the ASEAN Summit and President Duterte's visit in Tokyo, Japan.                      Prime Minister Shinzo Abe having a taste of Durian.     Here is a video of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during his visit to the Philippines as shared by the Prime Minister's official social media page. The caption reads: "Davao is the hometown of President Duterte, where he devoted nearly 40 years to its development. My wife and I were invited to visit his house for breakfast, and we spent a relaxing time together.  I found Davao to be a city in which friendly feelings towards Japan are especially strong. At the international school established to educate ethnic Japanese Filipinos, I was moved by the warm welcome from children singing "Chiisana Sekai"(It's a Small World) in Japanese. The Japanese language class I attended was taught by a teacher with a great sense of humor, and the students were having fun learning Japanese."            Aside from strengthening ties among two countries and elevating bilateral relationship, the two leaders has shown the true meaning of friendship.     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
 Being the first head of state to visit the Philippines this year and the first during President Rodrigo Duterte's term, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said "I chose the Philippines as my first destination this year and that is testament to my primary emphasis on our bilateral relationship." Unlike the other head of states that visited the country, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been treated with utmost closeness, not only as a fellow leader but a special friend, President Rodrigo Duterte offered the simplicity of his humble residence in Davao instead of the elegance of Malacañang Palace. Shortly after the Japanese Prime Minister  has been welcomed by the Philippine President at the Malacañang, they immediately went to the President's hometown, Davao City. Abe’s day began with a visit to Duterte’s “simple home” for a breakfast of sticky rice cakes and mung bean soup, a presidential aide said, with the leaders dining at a wooden table before heading for a look around Duterte’s humble home. Christopher Bong Go also posted some photos showing the Prime Minister around President duterte's residence including his bedroom and the president's famous "kulambo" (mosquito net).     Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the house of President Rodrigo Duterte in Davao.       President Duterte and PM Shinzo Abe's closeness has been evident even during the ASEAN Summit and President Duterte's visit in Tokyo, Japan.                      Prime Minister Shinzo Abe having a taste of Durian.     Here is a video of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during his visit to the Philippines as shared by the Prime Minister's official social media page. The caption reads: "Davao is the hometown of President Duterte, where he devoted nearly 40 years to its development. My wife and I were invited to visit his house for breakfast, and we spent a relaxing time together.  I found Davao to be a city in which friendly feelings towards Japan are especially strong. At the international school established to educate ethnic Japanese Filipinos, I was moved by the warm welcome from children singing "Chiisana Sekai"(It's a Small World) in Japanese. The Japanese language class I attended was taught by a teacher with a great sense of humor, and the students were having fun learning Japanese."            Aside from strengthening ties among two countries and elevating bilateral relationship, the two leaders has shown the true meaning of friendship.     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe having a taste of Durian.





Here is a video of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during his visit to the Philippines as shared by the Prime Minister's official social media page.
The caption reads:
"Davao is the hometown of President Duterte, where he devoted nearly 40 years to its development. My wife and I were invited to visit his house for breakfast, and we spent a relaxing time together.

I found Davao to be a city in which friendly feelings towards Japan are especially strong. At the international school established to educate ethnic Japanese Filipinos, I was moved by the warm welcome from children singing "Chiisana Sekai"(It's a Small World) in Japanese. The Japanese language class I attended was taught by a teacher with a great sense of humor, and the students were having fun learning Japanese."







Aside from strengthening ties among two countries and elevating bilateral relationship, the two leaders has shown the true meaning of friendship.


 Being the first head of state to visit the Philippines this year and the first during President Rodrigo Duterte's term, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said "I chose the Philippines as my first destination this year and that is testament to my primary emphasis on our bilateral relationship." Unlike the other head of states that visited the country, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been treated with utmost closeness, not only as a fellow leader but a special friend, President Rodrigo Duterte offered the simplicity of his humble residence in Davao instead of the elegance of Malacañang Palace. Shortly after the Japanese Prime Minister  has been welcomed by the Philippine President at the Malacañang, they immediately went to the President's hometown, Davao City. Abe’s day began with a visit to Duterte’s “simple home” for a breakfast of sticky rice cakes and mung bean soup, a presidential aide said, with the leaders dining at a wooden table before heading for a look around Duterte’s humble home. Christopher Bong Go also posted some photos showing the Prime Minister around President duterte's residence including his bedroom and the president's famous "kulambo" (mosquito net).     Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the house of President Rodrigo Duterte in Davao.       President Duterte and PM Shinzo Abe's closeness has been evident even during the ASEAN Summit and President Duterte's visit in Tokyo, Japan.                      Prime Minister Shinzo Abe having a taste of Durian.     Here is a video of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during his visit to the Philippines as shared by the Prime Minister's official social media page. The caption reads: "Davao is the hometown of President Duterte, where he devoted nearly 40 years to its development. My wife and I were invited to visit his house for breakfast, and we spent a relaxing time together.  I found Davao to be a city in which friendly feelings towards Japan are especially strong. At the international school established to educate ethnic Japanese Filipinos, I was moved by the warm welcome from children singing "Chiisana Sekai"(It's a Small World) in Japanese. The Japanese language class I attended was taught by a teacher with a great sense of humor, and the students were having fun learning Japanese."            Aside from strengthening ties among two countries and elevating bilateral relationship, the two leaders has shown the true meaning of friendship.     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO


©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO

Friday, January 13, 2017

Too Much Gadget?You Will Pay a Penalty! Bill Proposal Filed by a Congressman












Following the controversial measure seeking to impose taxes on beauty products, a Congressman is planning to push for a bill imposing additional taxes on excessive purchases of electronic gadgets as well as appliances.



"We need cellphones but we don't need five or six cellphones or 10 cellphones. That's the aim of this bill, it's just to prevent people from buying too much on a certain product and at the same time generating income for the government," the Congressman said.


The framework for the proposed tax imposition is still on the works. They are still finalizing issues like what electronic gadgets are needed to be taxed in case of excessive buying, what gadgets are exempted, and how to monitor the buying behavior of a consumer.

According to the Congressman, the tax identification number could be presented to a cashier for monitoring of the number of gadgets purchased and this will appear in the tax records of the person.



The customer could show receipts to the Bureau of Internal Revenue to avail of a tax rebate if the number of items bought did not exceed the limit stated in the bill

Sambar wants to impose a 5% tax, wherein part of the proceeds collected will be allocated for Electronic Waste Disposal and Management Program for old gadgets.





The proposed bill gains negative reactions among the Filipinos.
Following the controversial measure seeking to impose taxes on beauty products, a Congressman is planning to push for a bill imposing additional taxes on excessive purchases of electronic gadgets as well as appliances. "We need cellphones but we don't need five or six cellphones or 10 cellphones. That's the aim of this bill, it's just to prevent people from buying too much on a certain product and at the same time generating income for the government," the Congressman said. The framework for the proposed tax imposition is still on the works. They are still finalizing issues like what electronic gadgets are needed to be taxed in case of excessive buying, what gadgets are exempted, and how to monitor the buying behavior of a consumer. According to the Congressman, the tax identification number could be presented to a cashier for monitoring of the number of gadgets purchased and this will appear in the tax records of the person. The customer could show receipts to the Bureau of Internal Revenue to avail of a tax rebate if the number of items bought did not exceed the limit stated in the bill Sambar wants to impose a 5% tax, wherein part of the proceeds collected will be allocated for Electronic Waste Disposal and Management Program for old gadgets. The proposed bill gains different reactions among the citizen. The Department of Finance said it would look into the bill but it took note that there are already other forms of taxes such as value added tax and importation dues imposed on gadgets and appliances.

Following the controversial measure seeking to impose taxes on beauty products, a Congressman is planning to push for a bill imposing additional taxes on excessive purchases of electronic gadgets as well as appliances. "We need cellphones but we don't need five or six cellphones or 10 cellphones. That's the aim of this bill, it's just to prevent people from buying too much on a certain product and at the same time generating income for the government," the Congressman said. The framework for the proposed tax imposition is still on the works. They are still finalizing issues like what electronic gadgets are needed to be taxed in case of excessive buying, what gadgets are exempted, and how to monitor the buying behavior of a consumer. According to the Congressman, the tax identification number could be presented to a cashier for monitoring of the number of gadgets purchased and this will appear in the tax records of the person. The customer could show receipts to the Bureau of Internal Revenue to avail of a tax rebate if the number of items bought did not exceed the limit stated in the bill Sambar wants to impose a 5% tax, wherein part of the proceeds collected will be allocated for Electronic Waste Disposal and Management Program for old gadgets. The proposed bill gains different reactions among the citizen. The Department of Finance said it would look into the bill but it took note that there are already other forms of taxes such as value added tax and importation dues imposed on gadgets and appliances.

The Department of Finance said it would look into the bill but it took note that there are already other forms of taxes such as value added tax and importation dues imposed on gadgets and appliances.


Following the controversial measure seeking to impose taxes on beauty products, a Congressman is planning to push for a bill imposing additional taxes on excessive purchases of electronic gadgets as well as appliances. "We need cellphones but we don't need five or six cellphones or 10 cellphones. That's the aim of this bill, it's just to prevent people from buying too much on a certain product and at the same time generating income for the government," the Congressman said. The framework for the proposed tax imposition is still on the works. They are still finalizing issues like what electronic gadgets are needed to be taxed in case of excessive buying, what gadgets are exempted, and how to monitor the buying behavior of a consumer. According to the Congressman, the tax identification number could be presented to a cashier for monitoring of the number of gadgets purchased and this will appear in the tax records of the person. The customer could show receipts to the Bureau of Internal Revenue to avail of a tax rebate if the number of items bought did not exceed the limit stated in the bill Sambar wants to impose a 5% tax, wherein part of the proceeds collected will be allocated for Electronic Waste Disposal and Management Program for old gadgets. The proposed bill gains different reactions among the citizen. The Department of Finance said it would look into the bill but it took note that there are already other forms of taxes such as value added tax and importation dues imposed on gadgets and appliances.


©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO

Thursday, January 12, 2017

DOLE Assist WELL (Welfare, Employment, Livelihood, Legal) to Help Repatriated OFWs and Those Who Lost Their Jobs




Operation and services of DOLE Assist WELL (Welfare, Employment, Livelihood, Legalhas been intensified to help repatriated OFWs including those who lost their jobs caused by crisis in their host country.
Assist WELL is a program of DOLE that gives welfare, employment, legal and livelihood assistance to the OFWs.
Operation and services of DOLE Assist WELL (Welfare, Employment, Livelihood, Legal) has been intensified to help repatriated OFWs including those who lost their jobs caused by crisis in their host country. Assist WELL is a program of DOLE that gives welfare, employment, legal and livelihood assistance to the OFWs.                 The Assist Well Processing Center is handled by a management committee that ensures proper coordination and systematic way of delivering assistance for the OFWs being repatriated. It will serve them during normal situation or in times of need.        The new changes in the Assist WELL program includes building a database for the returning OFWs from the Middle East region.       The database  holds the records of all returning OFWs for the quick processing of the services and assistance they want to avail.         FREE SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE CENTER ARE THE FOLLOWING: 1. Stress debriefing oR counselling from OWWA. 2. Local employment referral or job placement from DOLE Bureau of Local Employment.  3. Overseas employment referral or placement from POEA and regional center or their extension offices.  4. Livelihood assistance from OWWA and NRCO. 5. Legal assistance or conciliation service from POEA, DOLE regional offices, and Regional Coordinating Council. 6. Competency assessment and trainings from TESDA.         The Center ensures that the OFW will be given complete services by means of systematic ways by which they determine the needs of the OFWs and to guide them in the particular service appropriate to them.   For more information and queries about the program, you can contact them at the:   Labor Communications Office Department of Labor and Employment Intramuros, Manila.    Telephone Nos.: 5273000 local 621-627  Fax No.: 5273446        ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
















The Assist Well Processing Center is handled by a management committee that ensures proper coordination and systematic way of delivering assistance for the OFWs being repatriated. It will serve them during normal situation or in times of need.


Operation and services of DOLE Assist WELL (Welfare, Employment, Livelihood, Legal) has been intensified to help repatriated OFWs including those who lost their jobs caused by crisis in their host country. Assist WELL is a program of DOLE that gives welfare, employment, legal and livelihood assistance to the OFWs.                 The Assist Well Processing Center is handled by a management committee that ensures proper coordination and systematic way of delivering assistance for the OFWs being repatriated. It will serve them during normal situation or in times of need.        The new changes in the Assist WELL program includes building a database for the returning OFWs from the Middle East region.       The database  holds the records of all returning OFWs for the quick processing of the services and assistance they want to avail.         FREE SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE CENTER ARE THE FOLLOWING: 1. Stress debriefing oR counselling from OWWA. 2. Local employment referral or job placement from DOLE Bureau of Local Employment.  3. Overseas employment referral or placement from POEA and regional center or their extension offices.  4. Livelihood assistance from OWWA and NRCO. 5. Legal assistance or conciliation service from POEA, DOLE regional offices, and Regional Coordinating Council. 6. Competency assessment and trainings from TESDA.         The Center ensures that the OFW will be given complete services by means of systematic ways by which they determine the needs of the OFWs and to guide them in the particular service appropriate to them.   For more information and queries about the program, you can contact them at the:   Labor Communications Office Department of Labor and Employment Intramuros, Manila.    Telephone Nos.: 5273000 local 621-627  Fax No.: 5273446        ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO





The new changes in the Assist WELL program includes building a database for the returning OFWs from the Middle East region.

Operation and services of DOLE Assist WELL (Welfare, Employment, Livelihood, Legal) has been intensified to help repatriated OFWs including those who lost their jobs caused by crisis in their host country. Assist WELL is a program of DOLE that gives welfare, employment, legal and livelihood assistance to the OFWs.                 The Assist Well Processing Center is handled by a management committee that ensures proper coordination and systematic way of delivering assistance for the OFWs being repatriated. It will serve them during normal situation or in times of need.        The new changes in the Assist WELL program includes building a database for the returning OFWs from the Middle East region.       The database  holds the records of all returning OFWs for the quick processing of the services and assistance they want to avail.         FREE SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE CENTER ARE THE FOLLOWING: 1. Stress debriefing oR counselling from OWWA. 2. Local employment referral or job placement from DOLE Bureau of Local Employment.  3. Overseas employment referral or placement from POEA and regional center or their extension offices.  4. Livelihood assistance from OWWA and NRCO. 5. Legal assistance or conciliation service from POEA, DOLE regional offices, and Regional Coordinating Council. 6. Competency assessment and trainings from TESDA.         The Center ensures that the OFW will be given complete services by means of systematic ways by which they determine the needs of the OFWs and to guide them in the particular service appropriate to them.   For more information and queries about the program, you can contact them at the:   Labor Communications Office Department of Labor and Employment Intramuros, Manila.    Telephone Nos.: 5273000 local 621-627  Fax No.: 5273446        ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO





The database  holds the records of all returning OFWs for the quick processing of the services and assistance they want to avail.

Operation and services of DOLE Assist WELL (Welfare, Employment, Livelihood, Legal) has been intensified to help repatriated OFWs including those who lost their jobs caused by crisis in their host country. Assist WELL is a program of DOLE that gives welfare, employment, legal and livelihood assistance to the OFWs.                 The Assist Well Processing Center is handled by a management committee that ensures proper coordination and systematic way of delivering assistance for the OFWs being repatriated. It will serve them during normal situation or in times of need.        The new changes in the Assist WELL program includes building a database for the returning OFWs from the Middle East region.       The database  holds the records of all returning OFWs for the quick processing of the services and assistance they want to avail.         FREE SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE CENTER ARE THE FOLLOWING: 1. Stress debriefing oR counselling from OWWA. 2. Local employment referral or job placement from DOLE Bureau of Local Employment.  3. Overseas employment referral or placement from POEA and regional center or their extension offices.  4. Livelihood assistance from OWWA and NRCO. 5. Legal assistance or conciliation service from POEA, DOLE regional offices, and Regional Coordinating Council. 6. Competency assessment and trainings from TESDA.         The Center ensures that the OFW will be given complete services by means of systematic ways by which they determine the needs of the OFWs and to guide them in the particular service appropriate to them.   For more information and queries about the program, you can contact them at the:   Labor Communications Office Department of Labor and Employment Intramuros, Manila.    Telephone Nos.: 5273000 local 621-627  Fax No.: 5273446        ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO






FREE SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE CENTER ARE THE FOLLOWING: 1. Stress debriefing oR counselling from OWWA.
2. Local employment referral or job placement from DOLE Bureau of Local Employment.
3. Overseas employment referral or placement from POEA and regional center or their extension offices.
4. Livelihood assistance from OWWA and NRCO.
5. Legal assistance or conciliation service from POEA, DOLE regional offices, and Regional Coordinating Council.
6. Competency assessment and trainings from TESDA.


Operation and services of DOLE Assist WELL (Welfare, Employment, Livelihood, Legal) has been intensified to help repatriated OFWs including those who lost their jobs caused by crisis in their host country. Assist WELL is a program of DOLE that gives welfare, employment, legal and livelihood assistance to the OFWs.                 The Assist Well Processing Center is handled by a management committee that ensures proper coordination and systematic way of delivering assistance for the OFWs being repatriated. It will serve them during normal situation or in times of need.        The new changes in the Assist WELL program includes building a database for the returning OFWs from the Middle East region.       The database  holds the records of all returning OFWs for the quick processing of the services and assistance they want to avail.         FREE SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE CENTER ARE THE FOLLOWING: 1. Stress debriefing oR counselling from OWWA. 2. Local employment referral or job placement from DOLE Bureau of Local Employment.  3. Overseas employment referral or placement from POEA and regional center or their extension offices.  4. Livelihood assistance from OWWA and NRCO. 5. Legal assistance or conciliation service from POEA, DOLE regional offices, and Regional Coordinating Council. 6. Competency assessment and trainings from TESDA.         The Center ensures that the OFW will be given complete services by means of systematic ways by which they determine the needs of the OFWs and to guide them in the particular service appropriate to them.   For more information and queries about the program, you can contact them at the:   Labor Communications Office Department of Labor and Employment Intramuros, Manila.    Telephone Nos.: 5273000 local 621-627  Fax No.: 5273446        ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO





The Center ensures that the OFW will be given complete services by means of systematic ways by which they determine the needs of the OFWs and to guide them in the particular service appropriate to them.


For more information and queries about the program, you can contact them at the: 

Labor Communications Office Department of Labor and Employment
Intramuros, Manila.



Telephone Nos.: 5273000 local 621-627

Fax No.: 5273446




©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO

Monday, January 09, 2017

OFW MOVIE "SUNDAY BEAUTY QUEEN: Have you watched it yet?

Sunday Beauty Queen recently bagged the Best Picture Award from the Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) in spite of the fact that it was not shown in major cinemas in the country. Being the only OFW oriented MMFF entry, it tackles the true-to-life Cinderella story of the OFWs  working in Hong Kong. The one day glamour of the life of Hong Kong household service workers out of busy, unforgiving week of workloads. It is the first documentary film about OFWs that made it as an entry to the prestigious MMFF for a very long time. It tackles  about HSWs in Hong Kong, their daily life, their struggles and everything that they've been through.    There are 190,000 documented OFW professional helpers in Hong Kong.   They work almost 24 hours a day for 6 days. Sunday is their rest day. The only day that they can spend for themselves. But just like the story of Cinderella, at the end of the day, glamour and fancy bliss ends and it's time to go back to reality.        If you did not watch this movie yet, take time to watch. It will definitely uplift your spirit if you are an OFW, and if you are not an OFW, you will further understand their situation and will surely change the notion that OFW life is fun and just like picking up dollars on the street.

Sunday Beauty Queen recently bagged the Best Picture Award from the Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) in spite of the fact that it was not shown in major cinemas in the country. Only 45 theaters across the country has shown this film. 
Being the only OFW oriented MMFF entry, it tackles the true-to-life Cinderella story of the OFWs  working in Hong Kong. The one day glamour of the life of Hong Kong household service workers out of busy, unforgiving week of workloads.
It is the first documentary film about OFWs that made it as an entry to the prestigious MMFF for a very long time. It tackles  about HSWs in Hong Kong, their daily life, their struggles and everything that they've been through.

Sunday Beauty Queen recently bagged the Best Picture Award from the Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) in spite of the fact that it was not shown in major cinemas in the country. Being the only OFW oriented MMFF entry, it tackles the true-to-life Cinderella story of the OFWs  working in Hong Kong. The one day glamour of the life of Hong Kong household service workers out of busy, unforgiving week of workloads. It is the first documentary film about OFWs that made it as an entry to the prestigious MMFF for a very long time. It tackles  about HSWs in Hong Kong, their daily life, their struggles and everything that they've been through.    There are 190,000 documented OFW professional helpers in Hong Kong.   They work almost 24 hours a day for 6 days. Sunday is their rest day. The only day that they can spend for themselves. But just like the story of Cinderella, at the end of the day, glamour and fancy bliss ends and it's time to go back to reality.        If you did not watch this movie yet, take time to watch. It will definitely uplift your spirit if you are an OFW, and if you are not an OFW, you will further understand their situation and will surely change the notion that OFW life is fun and just like picking up dollars on the street.


There are 190,000 documented OFW professional helpers in Hong Kong.
Sunday Beauty Queen recently bagged the Best Picture Award from the Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) in spite of the fact that it was not shown in major cinemas in the country. Being the only OFW oriented MMFF entry, it tackles the true-to-life Cinderella story of the OFWs  working in Hong Kong. The one day glamour of the life of Hong Kong household service workers out of busy, unforgiving week of workloads. It is the first documentary film about OFWs that made it as an entry to the prestigious MMFF for a very long time. It tackles  about HSWs in Hong Kong, their daily life, their struggles and everything that they've been through.    There are 190,000 documented OFW professional helpers in Hong Kong.   They work almost 24 hours a day for 6 days. Sunday is their rest day. The only day that they can spend for themselves. But just like the story of Cinderella, at the end of the day, glamour and fancy bliss ends and it's time to go back to reality.        If you did not watch this movie yet, take time to watch. It will definitely uplift your spirit if you are an OFW, and if you are not an OFW, you will further understand their situation and will surely change the notion that OFW life is fun and just like picking up dollars on the street.

They work almost 24 hours a day for 6 days. Sunday is their rest day. The only day that they can spend for themselves.
But just like the story of Cinderella, at the end of the day, glamour and fancy bliss ends and it's time to go back to reality.




Sunday Beauty Queen recently bagged the Best Picture Award from the Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) in spite of the fact that it was not shown in major cinemas in the country. Being the only OFW oriented MMFF entry, it tackles the true-to-life Cinderella story of the OFWs  working in Hong Kong. The one day glamour of the life of Hong Kong household service workers out of busy, unforgiving week of workloads. It is the first documentary film about OFWs that made it as an entry to the prestigious MMFF for a very long time. It tackles  about HSWs in Hong Kong, their daily life, their struggles and everything that they've been through.    There are 190,000 documented OFW professional helpers in Hong Kong.   They work almost 24 hours a day for 6 days. Sunday is their rest day. The only day that they can spend for themselves. But just like the story of Cinderella, at the end of the day, glamour and fancy bliss ends and it's time to go back to reality.        If you did not watch this movie yet, take time to watch. It will definitely uplift your spirit if you are an OFW, and if you are not an OFW, you will further understand their situation and will surely change the notion that OFW life is fun and just like picking up dollars on the street.

If you did not watch this movie yet, take time to watch. It will definitely uplift your spirit if you are an OFW, and if you are not an OFW, you will further understand their situation and will surely change the notion that OFW life is fun and just like picking up dollars on the streets.



Sunday Beauty Queen recently bagged the Best Picture Award from the Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) in spite of the fact that it was not shown in major cinemas in the country. Being the only OFW oriented MMFF entry, it tackles the true-to-life Cinderella story of the OFWs  working in Hong Kong. The one day glamour of the life of Hong Kong household service workers out of busy, unforgiving week of workloads. It is the first documentary film about OFWs that made it as an entry to the prestigious MMFF for a very long time. It tackles  about HSWs in Hong Kong, their daily life, their struggles and everything that they've been through.    There are 190,000 documented OFW professional helpers in Hong Kong.   They work almost 24 hours a day for 6 days. Sunday is their rest day. The only day that they can spend for themselves. But just like the story of Cinderella, at the end of the day, glamour and fancy bliss ends and it's time to go back to reality.        If you did not watch this movie yet, take time to watch. It will definitely uplift your spirit if you are an OFW, and if you are not an OFW, you will further understand their situation and will surely change the notion that OFW life is fun and just like picking up dollars on the street.



A known OFW advocate and a former OFW in Saudi Arabia, shows his support to Sunday Beauty Queen, calling on every OFW families to watch and support the only documentary movie  dedicated to the OFWs.



  The OFW in Hong Kong documentary/movie took about 4 years to be completed, according to the director Baby Ruth Villarama.
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Saturday, January 07, 2017

INGAT! 3 Stories of OFW STRUGGLES

Being an Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) is never an easy task. It is always accompanied with sacrifice and hardship. As if the OFWs does not have a choice, they will do it for the future of their family.  A facebook user by the name of  Rachel Sarao, posted a video of an OFW named Mae Valencia Yecla as she cries for help. The OFW, who is believed to be deployed in Saudi Arabia, is claiming to be suffering maltreatment. According to her, she has been forced to sleep in the bathroom and given only one meal per day by her employer.   The meal consists of few pieces of bread and cheese.   Feeling miserable and helpless, she asked the help of a friend, who also does not know how to help her. She posted her video on social media hoping that somebody will finally help her friend.  However, an unconfirmed comment on the facebook post claims that he talked to the Saudi based employer and it is not true that the OFW was being maltreated. In fact, according to him, the mobile phone and the internet connection she used was provided by her employer and the OFW was only suffering from homesickness.   Homesickness or maltreatment, OFW misery is real. And if you are not ready for it, do not wish to work abroad.   -----------    An OFW from Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia has been reunited with his family after  years of misery abroad, scavenging garbage bins for food. Ferdinand Acapulco, a construction worker in Al Khobar, was one of the distressed OFWs  from a company in Saudi Arabia who suffered loses leaving the employees without salary and stucked in the desert without any assurance of when and how they can get their compensation and finally go home. With the help of a local TV station in the Philippines, Mr. Acapulco is now with his family and was able to be home to celebrate Christmas.       -------   Another sad OFW story went viral on social media recently. It's about the OFW who was robbed by her boyfriend she found online. A facebook video post by Chasty Mangubat has almost 10 million  and the other with almost 3 million views as of this writing.  An OFW from Dubai who was so excited in meeting her boyfriend for the first time. In her mind, the much awaited moment is going to me a memorable one but later found out to be a horrible experience she will never forget in her entire life.  The OFW who has just arrived from Dubai, decided to spend an intimate time with her boyfriend in a hotel before going home and just like in a dream, she woke up and her boyfriend was nowhere to be found taking all her jewelries, cash and other valuables with him and all she can do is cry.     Trusting someone you hardly know can be perilous most of the time and sadly, some people must have to learn it the hard way.

Being an Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) is never an easy task.
It is always accompanied with sacrifice and hardship. As if the OFWs does not have a choice, they will do it for the future of their family.

A facebook user by the name of  Rachel Sarao, posted a video of an OFW named Mae Valencia Yecla as she cries for help.
The OFW, who is believed to be deployed in Saudi Arabia, is claiming to be suffering maltreatment. According to her, she has been forced to sleep in the bathroom and given only one meal per day by her employer.



The meal consists of few pieces of bread and cheese.
Being an Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) is never an easy task. It is always accompanied with sacrifice and hardship. As if the OFWs does not have a choice, they will do it for the future of their family.  A facebook user by the name of  Rachel Sarao, posted a video of an OFW named Mae Valencia Yecla as she cries for help. The OFW, who is believed to be deployed in Saudi Arabia, is claiming to be suffering maltreatment. According to her, she has been forced to sleep in the bathroom and given only one meal per day by her employer.   The meal consists of few pieces of bread and cheese.   Feeling miserable and helpless, she asked the help of a friend, who also does not know how to help her. She posted her video on social media hoping that somebody will finally help her friend.  However, an unconfirmed comment on the facebook post claims that he talked to the Saudi based employer and it is not true that the OFW was being maltreated. In fact, according to him, the mobile phone and the internet connection she used was provided by her employer and the OFW was only suffering from homesickness.   Homesickness or maltreatment, OFW misery is real. And if you are not ready for it, do not wish to work abroad.   -----------    An OFW from Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia has been reunited with his family after  years of misery abroad, scavenging garbage bins for food. Ferdinand Acapulco, a construction worker in Al Khobar, was one of the distressed OFWs  from a company in Saudi Arabia who suffered loses leaving the employees without salary and stucked in the desert without any assurance of when and how they can get their compensation and finally go home. With the help of a local TV station in the Philippines, Mr. Acapulco is now with his family and was able to be home to celebrate Christmas.       -------   Another sad OFW story went viral on social media recently. It's about the OFW who was robbed by her boyfriend she found online. A facebook video post by Chasty Mangubat has almost 10 million  and the other with almost 3 million views as of this writing.  An OFW from Dubai who was so excited in meeting her boyfriend for the first time. In her mind, the much awaited moment is going to me a memorable one but later found out to be a horrible experience she will never forget in her entire life.  The OFW who has just arrived from Dubai, decided to spend an intimate time with her boyfriend in a hotel before going home and just like in a dream, she woke up and her boyfriend was nowhere to be found taking all her jewelries, cash and other valuables with him and all she can do is cry.     Trusting someone you hardly know can be perilous most of the time and sadly, some people must have to learn it the hard way.

Feeling miserable and helpless, she asked the help of a friend, who also does not know how to help her. She posted her video on social media hoping that somebody will finally help her friend.

However, an unconfirmed comment on the facebook post claims that he talked to the Saudi based employer and it is not true that the OFW was being maltreated. In fact, according to him, the mobile phone and the internet connection she used was provided by her employer and the OFW was only suffering from homesickness.

Homesickness or maltreatment, OFW misery is real. And if you are not ready for it, do not wish to work abroad.


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An OFW from Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia has been reunited with his family after  years of misery abroad, scavenging garbage bins for food.
Ferdinand Acapulco, a construction worker in Al Khobar, was one of the distressed OFWs  from a company in Saudi Arabia who suffered loses leaving the employees without salary and stucked in the desert without any assurance of when and how they can get their compensation and finally go home.
With the help of a Coco Martin and local TV station in the Philippines, Mr. Acapulco is now with his family and was able to be home to celebrate Christmas.
Being an Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) is never an easy task. It is always accompanied with sacrifice and hardship. As if the OFWs does not have a choice, they will do it for the future of their family.  A facebook user by the name of  Rachel Sarao, posted a video of an OFW named Mae Valencia Yecla as she cries for help. The OFW, who is believed to be deployed in Saudi Arabia, is claiming to be suffering maltreatment. According to her, she has been forced to sleep in the bathroom and given only one meal per day by her employer.   The meal consists of few pieces of bread and cheese.   Feeling miserable and helpless, she asked the help of a friend, who also does not know how to help her. She posted her video on social media hoping that somebody will finally help her friend.  However, an unconfirmed comment on the facebook post claims that he talked to the Saudi based employer and it is not true that the OFW was being maltreated. In fact, according to him, the mobile phone and the internet connection she used was provided by her employer and the OFW was only suffering from homesickness.   Homesickness or maltreatment, OFW misery is real. And if you are not ready for it, do not wish to work abroad.   -----------    An OFW from Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia has been reunited with his family after  years of misery abroad, scavenging garbage bins for food. Ferdinand Acapulco, a construction worker in Al Khobar, was one of the distressed OFWs  from a company in Saudi Arabia who suffered loses leaving the employees without salary and stucked in the desert without any assurance of when and how they can get their compensation and finally go home. With the help of a local TV station in the Philippines, Mr. Acapulco is now with his family and was able to be home to celebrate Christmas.       -------   Another sad OFW story went viral on social media recently. It's about the OFW who was robbed by her boyfriend she found online. A facebook video post by Chasty Mangubat has almost 10 million  and the other with almost 3 million views as of this writing.  An OFW from Dubai who was so excited in meeting her boyfriend for the first time. In her mind, the much awaited moment is going to me a memorable one but later found out to be a horrible experience she will never forget in her entire life.  The OFW who has just arrived from Dubai, decided to spend an intimate time with her boyfriend in a hotel before going home and just like in a dream, she woke up and her boyfriend was nowhere to be found taking all her jewelries, cash and other valuables with him and all she can do is cry.     Trusting someone you hardly know can be perilous most of the time and sadly, some people must have to learn it the hard way.






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Another sad OFW story went viral on social media recently.
It's about the OFW who was robbed by her boyfriend she found online.
A facebook video post by Chasty Mangubat has almost 10 million  and the other with almost 3 million views as of this writing.

An OFW from Dubai who was so excited in meeting her boyfriend for the first time. In her mind, the much awaited moment is going to me a memorable one but later found out to be a horrible experience she will never forget in her entire life.

The OFW who has just arrived from Dubai, decided to spend an intimate time with her boyfriend in a hotel before going home and just like in a dream, she woke up and her boyfriend was nowhere to be found taking all her jewelries, cash and other valuables with him and all she can do is cry.





Trusting someone you hardly know can be perilous most of the time and sadly, some people must have to learn it the hard way.



©2016 THOUGHTSKOTO

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