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HK Filipino maids react to latest ‘racism’ row as impact of Singapore hate blog ripples across region

HK Filipino maids react to latest ‘racism’ row as impact of Singapore hate blog ripples across region
June 19, 2014

Tensions between Filipino expat residents in Singapore and so-called hate bloggers and online trolls seems to be escalating. The Philippine …Read the Rest

Kudos to the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) for FINALLY junking Tagalog!

Kudos to the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) for FINALLY junking Tagalog!
June 18, 2014

Long overdue! The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) memo directing the removal of Tagalog (a.k.a. “Filipino”) as a mandatory subject …Read the Rest

Insulted much? Talaga lang huh!

Insulted much? Talaga lang huh!
June 13, 2014

The viral issue at www.hongwrong.com smacks of cultural ignorance on the publisher and on the educational system disseminating it. We …Read the Rest

How idiopreneurship can stem the flow of talented people abandoning the Philippines

How idiopreneurship can stem the flow of talented people abandoning the Philippines
June 6, 2014

Much has been said about how the appalling work conditions, low pay, and stifling congestion in the Philippines is driving …Read the Rest

PAGASA mass exodus: Why are workers treated like crap in the Philippines?

PAGASA mass exodus: Why are workers treated like crap in the Philippines?
June 5, 2014

Simple. Because there are so many of them. That’s a lesson in an Economics 101 course — the Law of …Read the Rest

Is depicting Filipinos as domestic helpers racist?

Is depicting Filipinos as domestic helpers racist?
June 3, 2014

Apparently, quite a few Filipinos seem to think so. Given the highly hypersensitive nature of the Filipinos, it was only …Read the Rest

What caused the 6-month delay in the release of funding for repair of schools destroyed by Typhoon Haiyan?

What caused the 6-month delay in the release of funding for repair of schools destroyed by Typhoon Haiyan?
June 2, 2014

It’s always the same, year in and year out. The opening of the new school year in the Philippines never …Read the Rest

The brutal business of implementing change in the Philippines

The brutal business of implementing change in the Philippines
May 24, 2014

“In a time of universal deceit – telling the truth is a revolutionary act” – George Orwell Improving systems and …Read the Rest

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