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Koko Pimentel brings war on fraud to global audience, OFWs

Senatorial candidate  Aquilino Pimentel III

Reelectionist Senator Koko Pimentel on Saturday said he would be expanding his antifraud campaign so that overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) will also be protected.

Posted: May 11th, 2013 in Latest Global Nation Stories | Read More »

No Limitation

Influential overseas Filipino groups endorse candidates on basis of competence, integrity


Overseas Filipino voters can positively change the quality of Filipino leaders and the quality of Philippine government. In general, overseas voters cannot be bought or coerced.

Posted: May 9th, 2013 in Blogs,Columnists | Read More »

Filipinos in US launch essay contest on disputed sea


What do Filipino students have to say about the West Philippine Sea row?

Posted: December 1st, 2012 in Americas,Features,Headlines,Latest Global Nation Stories | Read More »

Filipinos in US boycott Chinese products

Loida Nicolas-Lewis, chair of the US Pinoys for Good Governance (USP4GG), in a protest rally in June against Chinese attempts to dominate the South China Sea, including territories historically and geographically belonging to the Philippines. Photo by ELTON LUGAY/INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

A group of Filipinos based in the United States, who led a worldwide day of protest against China in May, is spearheading a continuous boycott of Chinese products.

Posted: July 15th, 2012 in Americas,Features,Latest Global Nation Stories | Read More »

‘Balikbayans’ told: Go beyond song and dance


The more than 8.5 million overseas Filipinos scattered all over the globe should be proud of themselves for being a “positive force,” if not “masters of the universe,” in their host countries, according to balikbayan philanthropist, civic leader and lawyer Loida Nicolas-Lewis.

Posted: October 2nd, 2011 in Latest Global Nation Stories | Read More »



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