Philippine Army Has Its First Woman General

President Benigno Aquino has promoted the then Col. Ramona Palabrica Go, to one star or brigadier general, along with other male military officers to the next higher rank in simple ceremonies at MalacaƱang.

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Newly Trained Chefs Defy Traditional Sushi Apprenticeships

Many years back, an aspiring sushi chef prefer to join a traditional sushi restaurant as an apprentice striving later to become a taisho or a restaurant entrepreneur.

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Tips Of How To Take Good Photographs

Picture they say, can paint a thousand words and that by looking at it, it allows you to give a mirrored description of what you see on the subject.

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Setting Your Goal In A Positive Note

There are people who are bounded with rules to achieve their goals and yet success is seemed to be so elusive for them.

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Should The Philippine Military Academy Be Abolished?

Philippine house bill no. 1090, authored by Rep. Philip Pichay of Surigao has some valid arguments as to why the Philippine Military Academy (PMA) is to be abolished.

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Is Lifetime Employment System In Japan Waning?

For decades, the standard career path in Japan was to graduate from college, join a company and stay working there until retirement, in short, it’s one job for life.

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The Philippine Bungled Hostage Crisis, Suggested Reforms For The PNP

So many stories have been written about the Manila bungled hostage crisis fiasco since it has happened but passing the blame about of what had happened does more harm than good and it can be of no benefit to anyone this time.

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Job Mismatch Causes High Unemployment Rate

Data from the Philippines’ Department of Education (DepEd) and Commission on Higher Education (CheEd) showed that there are three million students who are graduating this year, some 500,000 are college graduates and barely half of the total graduates get jobs immediately after graduation.

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