MANILA – It’s hard to move to another country and start a new life, but it’s not impossible. Take it from former actress Cindy Kurleto, who has experienced living in three countries: Austria, Philippines, and Peru. In an interview with host Bianca Gonzalez for her vlog, Kurleto shared some tips on how one can adjust to life in a completely new environment. Watch more in iWant or TFC.tv 1. BE YOURSELF “You will never hide who you really are, and so if you’re going to try to fit in too hard, people are going to sense that you’re not being yourself. People won’t like that, they’re going to start to mistrust you.” “If you’re new, you’re going to stand out so your wish to fit in is not going to be fulfilled. It’s not going to make you happy, you’re not going to get satisfaction out of it, it’s going to make you insecure. So dapat, just be yourself.” 2. LET GO OF FEAR “Fear is a very … [Read more...] about Adjusting to life in a new country? Tips from Cindy Kurleto
Napatay noong gabi ng Lunes ang isang dating preso sa buy-bust operation sa Cagayan de Oro City, ayon sa pulisya. Kinilala ng Regional Drug Enforcement Unit ng Northern Mindanao police ang nasawi bilang si Bryan Dabo-Dabo. Nakipagbarilan umano sa mga pulis si Dabo-Dabo matapos nitong matunugan na mga pulis ang nabentahan ng isang pakete ng hinihinalang shabu. Narekober sa suspek ang kalibre .38 na revolver, mga bala at 2 pang sachet ng hinihinalang shabu. Marso noong nakaraang taon nang nakalaya ang suspek matapos makulong sa kasong frustrated murder. Hindi naman kumbinsido ang kinakasama ng suspek na may baril si Dabo-Dabo. Aniya, matagal na raw huminto sa pagtatrabaho bilang guwardiya ang suspek kaya wala na itong baril. Handa naman ang pulisya sakaling maghain ng reklamo ang pamilya ng suspek, ayon kay Police Lt. Col. Surki Sereñas, tagapagsalita ng Northern Mindanao police. -- Ulat ni Angelo Andrade, ABS-CBN News Bisitahin ang Patrol.PH para sa iba pang mga balita. … [Read more...] about Dating preso patay sa buy-bust sa Cagayan De Oro
Watch more in iWant or TFC.tv MANILA -- Magsisimula na nga sa Marso 25 ang "It's Showtime Indonesia." Sa "It's Showtime" nitong Martes, ibinahagi nina Vhong Navarro, Mariel Rodriguez, Karylle, Jhong Hilario at Vice Ganda ang kanilang kasiyahan sa Bahasa version ng noontime show ng Kapamilya network. "Balita ko pati ang mga host nila ay pineg sa atin," ani Vice. "Sino kaya ang Vice Ganda nila sa Indonesia at Vhong Navarro nila roon? At saka may pa-Karylle. Sino kaya ang Mariel?" Pero ayan kay Vice, mukhang wala siyang counterpart sa "It's Showtime Indonesia." "Wala silang makuhang Vice Ganda kasi hindi ba 'yung kultura nila roon, hindi maano sa bekbek, parang bawal sa bekbek," ayon sa komedyante. Sa kanyang Facebook page, kinumpirma naman ng Pinoy host na si Leo Consul na isa siya sa magiging host ng "It's Showtime Indonesia." Makakasama aniya bilang co-hosts sina Raffi Ahmad, Luna Maya, Chika Jessica, at Indra Herlambang. Bago ang proyekto bilang host ng "It's Showtime Indonesia," … [Read more...] about Wala nga bang mala-Vice Ganda ang ‘It’s Showtime Indonesia’?
MANILA -- At Accenture, Filipinas can transfer maternity leave credits to their partners, one of many efforts by the outsourcing firm to create an inclusive environment for "satisfied and energized" workers, officials said. Filipinos are more likely to innovate when working in "most equal" cultures, according to Accenture's online poll of 18,000 professionals in October 2018. Eighty-nine percent of employees are less afraid to fail in "most equal culture" settings, compared to 70 percent in typical environments. While 76 percent of employers at the executive level said they empower workers to innovate, 59 percent of Filipinos agree with this statement, according to Accenture's Getting to Equal study. Accenture allows male employees up to 30 days paternity leave. Parental leave benefits are also extended to adoptive parents and secondary caregivers. "We don’t just address maternity leave, but also paternity because we want to address the stereotype that women are the caregivers," … [Read more...] about Why workplace equality makes business sense
Emergency services are dealing with an incident in Sunderland. Police and firecrews have been called to the southern end of the Wearmouth Bridge.A Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service spokeswoman said: "There is an incident on-going and we have crews at the scene."Drivers have been wrned delays are possible. North East traffic and travel LIVE: What you need to know … [Read more...] about Emergency services called to Sunderland’s Wearmouth Bridge