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New Clark City ready as seat of gov’t by 2030

New Clark City is ready to become the seat of the national government by 2030, the Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) said yesterday, as it backed a Senate proposal seeking to make the move in a bid to decongest Metro Manila and propel sustainable growth......»»

Category: newsSource: philstar philstarAug 13th, 2019

NLEX, SCTEX ready for Undas 2019

MALOLOS CITY, Oct.26 (PIA) -- North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) and Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX) are ready to accommodate the expected increase in traffic volume as the nation observes Undas......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated NewsOct 27th, 2019

NLEX, SCTEX ready for Undas 2019

MALOLOS CITY, Oct.26 (PIA) -- North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) and Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX) are ready to accommodate the expected increase in traffic volume as the nation observes Undas......»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsOct 27th, 2019

Games brace for traffic

Even the staging of the 30th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games is not exempted from the monstrous traffic. Philippine Southeast Asian Games Organizing Committee (Phisgoc) chairman Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano made an ocular inspection at the New Clark City in Capas, Tarlac and stressed that everything is now ready for the country’s hosting of the prestigious […] The post Games brace for traffic appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsOct 16th, 2019

MLB attendance drops in boom-bust era of big winners, losers

By Ronald Blum, Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — Major League Baseball has entered the Boom/Bust Era. An unprecedented four teams are set to win 100 games in the same season, perhaps even five. Four clubs lost in triple figures for only the second time. Amid widespread claims the baseballs have changed, hitters shattered the home run record for the second time in three seasons. And sparked by batters going for the fences to beat suffocating shifts, strikeouts set a record for the 12th year in a row and outnumbered hits for the second straight season. With some teams out of contention even before their first pitch, average attendance has dropped four years in a row for the first time since the commissioner's office started tracking it in 1980. "We're going to draw 68-plus million people at the big league level," baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred said this week, "another 41 million in minor league baseball — they're actually going to be up. I'll take 110 million people going to see the sport live. That's a really, really awesome number in an environment where people have more and more and more alternatives to consume." More and more teams have adopted an all-in or all-out philosophy. If they don't think they can win it, why bother to be in it? Better to shed expensive veterans and rebuild with cheaper rookies — and incur the box-office hit. Management calls that prudent rebuilding. The players' association labels it tanking. "We have some of the most remarkably talented players our game has seen as a whole in a long time," union head Tony Clark said. "But the willful failure of too many franchises to field competitive teams and put their best players on the field is unquestionably hurting our industry." San Francisco has dropped from 3.2 million fans at home to about 2.7 million, Seattle and Toronto both from 2.3 million to about 1.8 million. Baltimore drew 1.3 million, its lowest total at home in a non-strike shortened season since 1978. Kansas City's 1.5 million is its lowest since 2006. While Philadelphia rose by about 500,000 following the signing of Bryce Harper and Minnesota by 300,000 during the Twins' winningest regular season in a half-century and San Diego by over 200,000 after adding Manny Machado, about half the teams are headed to declines. This year's drop was just around 2% with three days left in the regular season, from 28,830 to 28,252, but the final average should rise slightly after weekend games. The average fell below 30,000 last year for the first time since 2003. Manfred points to increases in television viewers. Fox is up 9% this year and at a seven-year high, and local broadcasts are first in prime time in 24 of 25 markets. Use of MLB's At-Bat app is up 18%. Still, wins and attendance are correlated in many markets. "We've lost a lot of games this year, a few more than we wanted to, but ultimately it's about getting on the right side of things and sometimes you do have to take a step back," said Mariners manager Scott Servais, whose team entered the weekend 66-93. "The disparity in the game between the top and the bottom, it's real. There's no question about it. Is it good for the game? I don't know. I do know that there are a lot of really smart people that work in front offices and ownership groups and they do realize that sometimes you do need to pull back, and that's what we're doing, and I'm all in because I think it's going to work." Houston (104 wins), the Los Angeles Dodgers (103) and New York Yankees (102) all broke the century mark with time to spare, and Minnesota (99) and Atlanta had a chance to join them. It's the third consecutive year three teams have reached 100 — before this run it occurred only in 1942, 1977, 1998, 2002 and 2003. Detroit (112), Baltimore (107), Miami (103) and Kansas City (101) gave baseball four 100-loss teams for the first time since 2002. One-sided season series included Houston going 18-1 against Seattle and the Yankees 17-1 vs. Baltimore. "Whether a team loses 95 or loses 100, I just don't see that as a relevant issue," Manfred said. "I think the more important point is that we have different clubs from all sorts of market sizes that are successful." Players are upset that many teams failed to pursue free agents the last two offseasons, executives concentrating two-to-five years into the future rather than trying to win now. "Each free agent market is a little bit different, but what we have seen that seems to be consistent over these last two markets is this all-in and all-out mentality," Clark said. Still, spending and success are not completely linked. Tampa Bay, last in payroll at $66 million, has a chance to make the playoffs along with Oakland, 25th at $95 million. Three of the six highest payrolls failed to reach the postseason: No. 1 Boston ($228 million), the No. 3 Chicago Cubs ($217 million) and No. 6 San Francisco ($181 million). Throughout the game, the increase in home runs and strikeouts has been a constant. The 6,647 home runs through Thursday were up 19% from last year and well above the previous record of 6,105 in 2017. About half the clubs are on track to establish team records, led by Minnesota (301) and the Yankees (299), who set the previous big league mark of 267 last year. Already 128 players have hit 20 or more homers, 11 more than the old high set in 2017, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. Among that group, 55 have reached 30 to better the record of 47 that had stood since 2000. And 23 pitchers have 200 or more strikeouts, topping the post-1900 record of 18 in both 2015 and last year, Elias said. Baseball's efforts to quicken the pace of games have not resulted in swifter play: the average time of a nine-inning game is 3:05:35, up from 3:00:44 last year and 3:05:11 in 2017. MLB and players have agreed to cut the active roster size from Sept. 1 on from 40 to 28 and increase the maximum from 25 to 26 from opening day through Aug. 31, which should cut down on late-season pitching changes. Management has not decided whether to exercise its right to install pitch clocks and a three-batter minimum for next year. "We'll have a final answer once I have a chance to review the issue with ownership in November," Manfred said. On-field rules are part of collective bargaining. The sides agreed last winter to an early start to negotiations for a labor deal to replace the agreement that expires in December 2021. But there have been just three negotiating meetings, one of them a preliminary session, and the labor rules will remain unchanged this offseason. "We made a deal in 2016. We're good," Manfred said. "The union's got to decide what it is they want us to consider. When they're ready to do that, I'm sure they will make a proposal." Said Clark: "We have had conversations. We anticipate those conversations continuing and at the point in time that they lend themselves to proposals from both sides, then we'll do so." ___ AP Sports Writer Tim Booth contributed to this report......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 28th, 2019

Clark facilities 98 percent ready

The facilities for the 30th Southeast Asian Games in December in New Clark City is 98 percent finished, presidential adviser on flagship projects and programs Vince Dizon said......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsSep 26th, 2019

MPBL: Cañete and Strikers shoot lights out as Bacoor stops Bicol

The Bacoor Strikers leaned on a boisterous home crowd and clutch outside shooting to defeat the Bicol Volcanoes - LCC Stores 84-80 on Wednesday night at the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League Lakan Season. Triples in the last five minutes from best player of the game Mike Cañete, Oping Sumalinog, Mark Montuano and Ian Melencio powered the Strikers to the win in front of a jampacked crowd at the cozy STRIKE Gym in Bacoor. "Sumunod lang kami as sistema namin at kay coach (Chris Gavina.) At nagtiwala kami sa sarili," said Cañete, who led his team with 16 points and 10 rebounds. Bacoor was in the driver's seat at the half, 40-33 thanks in part to their hitting all nine of their free throws. An entertaining third period concluded with Bicol up 57-56 on a Jerome Garcia triple, his second of the segment. Leo Blanca, Mark Pangilinan, Don Ochea and Ronjay Buenafe also all buried threes in the period. But Bicol began the fourth with an 8-0 run, which was actually the second part of a 14-0 run that straddled the two quarters, to lead 65-56 with 7 minutes left. Bacoor's gunners exchanged three-point fire with Volcanoes Clark Derige and Jerome Garcia over the next three minutes to result in a 77-77 scoreline with just over a minute remaining. Then Melencio knocked in a three, and made a pair of free throws while Garcia and Buenafe misfired from range. RJ Ramirez also went 2-for-2 from the line to give Bacoor an 84-77 advantage that held up in the end. The Cavitenos hit 13 of 30 three-point attempts, or 43 percent, as they improve to 11-4, with the most number of wins in the South Division. Bicol loses a second close game in a row and see their slate dive to 8-7 despite a 21-point offering from Buenafe. In the second match of the day the Quezon City Capitals - WEMSAP earned a big 87-84 win over Caloocan Supremos Victory Liner in the battle for bragging rights across A. Bonifacio Avenue. Dahrrel Caranguian was the talisman for Quezon City with 22 points to lead all scorers. He was the co-best player of the game alongside fellow guard Aaron Black. The Capitals led 44-40 at the half, a deficit the Monumento Boys cut to 60-58 entering the final period. But Quezon City stormed out of the blocks with an 8-2 surge to up their lead to eight. Black and Caranguian both hit triples to keep Caloocan at bay. Caloocan nipped at the heels of the Capitals and got to within four points when Supremo AJ Mandani nailed a three-bomb with just under three minutes to go. With a minute and a half he repeated his feat to pull Caloocan to four once again, 87-83. But a Thomas Torres free throw was all the scoring we would see in the match-up as Paul Sanga, Almond Vosotros and Mandani all fired blanks in the last few minutes. QC edges closer to .500 with the win. They are now at 6-7. Meanwhile the Supremos are now level at 7-7. Vosotros topped all Caloocan scorers with 19 points. In the afternoon game, the Pasig Sta. Lucia Realtors disposed of the Cebu Sharks Casino Ethyl Alcohol 78-68. Jeric Teng led Pasig with 21 points, closely followed by Josan Nimes' 20 markers. The Sharkes were down 62-51 at the start of the fourth period but a Kraniel Viloria free throw capped a mini-run of seven points for the Cebuanos, pulling them to within four wih six minutes left, 67-63. Three minutes later five straight points from Josan Nimes would restore a 10 point lead for Pasig, 74-64, and Cebu was unable to draw much closer. Will McAloney was the top producer for the Sharks with 20 points as his team finished with a subpar 30 percent field goal shooting percentage for the day. While Cebu tumble to 4-8 in the South Division the Pasigueños are now a half-game away from Makati with a 9-3 card......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 12th, 2019

Clark SEAG venue ready by August 31

In a couple of weeks, members of the national track and field and aquatic teams will get to train and dorm at the New Clark City in Capas, Tarlac......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsAug 1st, 2019

New Clark City Aquatic Center ready by August

The 2,000-seater Aquatic Center in New Clark City will be ready for use next month as its construction nears completion-already at 90 percent-well ahead of the Philippines' hosting of the 30thSouth.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated NewsJul 24th, 2019

New Clark City Aquatic Center ready by August

The 2,000-seater Aquatic Center in New Clark City will be ready for use next month as its construction nears completion-already at 90 percent-well ahead of the Philippines' hosting of the 30thSouth.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsJul 24th, 2019

MLB attendance down another 1.4%, 4th straight drop

By Ronald Blum, Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — The Tampa Bay Rays and Miami Marlins drew 12,653 Wednesday night — combined. Baltimore, Cincinnati, Minnesota and Tampa Bay set stadium lows this year. Kansas City had its smallest home crowd since 2011 and Toronto and San Francisco since 2010. The Marlins' average attendance is less than Triple-A Las Vegas. Major League Baseball's overall average of 26,854 through Wednesday is 1.4% below the 27,242 through the similar point last season, which wound up below 30,000 for the first time since 2003. Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred attributes this year's drop to fewer season tickets but emphasizes day-of-game sales are up 6%. "Given the explosion of entertainment alternatives and the growth of the secondary market, it is not surprising that season ticket sales can be challenging," he said. "The clubs are responding to this challenge with creative and effective approaches. For example, sales of subscription tickets are double what they were a year ago. And the Twins recently had a $5 flash sale that produced crowds of over 30,000 in three of four games, and the largest single-game attendance since 2016." Nineteen of the 30 teams have seen their average fall from a similar point last year, with the largest drops in Toronto (6,963), San Francisco (6,463), Baltimore (3,839) and Detroit (3,686). Large rises have taken place for Philadelphia (10,383), Oakland (4,027), San Diego (3,465) and the Chicago White Sox (2,311). The Phillies signed Bryce Harper and the Padres added Manny Machado. "A lot of it comes down to competition. Fans want to know their teams are doing everything they can to compete for a championship every year," union head Tony Clark said. "I see every empty seat as a missed opportunity. Experiencing a game and seeing players perform in person creates a bond with baseball; our industry needs to find ways to convert those empty seats into lifelong fans." MLB's average peaked at 32,785 in 2007 — the last year before the Great Recession and the next-to-last season before the New York Yankees and Mets moved to smaller stadiums. The average was at 30,517 in 2015 before sliding for three straight years, and last season's final figure of 28,830 marked a 4% drop, the overall number hurt by unusually cold and wet weather early in the season. Manfred points to other metrics that please MLB: Games top prime-time cable ratings in 24 of 25 markets and MLB.tv streaming is up 8.5%. He views increases for the Phillies, Padres, Athletics and White Sox tied to team performance. Florida remains a problem on both coasts. Despite a sparkling, eight-season-old ballpark with a retractable roof, Miami is averaging 9,554 in Derek Jeter's second season as chief executive — below the 9,582 average for Triple-A Las Vegas in its first season at a new 10,000-capacity stadium. Tampa Bay plays in one of the most outmoded facilities in the major leagues and drew 5,786 against the Blue Jays on Tuesday, the smallest home crowd for the Rays, who started play at Tropicana Field in 1998. "The more people there are, the more energy there's going to be," Tampa Bay outfielder Kevin Kiermaier said. "No matter what crowd you're playing in front of, you have to get motivated." A quartet of last-place teams has seen swaths of empty seats. Miami is on track to have the lowest home attendance in the National League for the seventh straight season. Tampa Bay is at the bottom of the AL for the fifth consecutive year. "Any time you're seeing less people show up to the ballpark, I think you're wondering why and you're wondering how you can change that," said Miami first baseman Neil Walker, accustomed to big crowds from his time in New York. "You've got to assume that it has a little bit to do with it being expensive to come to the ballpark." Having traded many veterans, the Orioles are 28th in the majors at 16,263. Baltimore topped 2 million in 21 of its first 25 seasons at Camden Yards, exceeding 3 million nine times. But the Orioles drew 6,585 against Oakland on April 8, the lowest in the ballpark's 28-season history except for a 2015 game closed to the public at a time when the city was plagued by rioting. "I wish fans were here. When we played in Wrigley, the energy level was off the charts," first-year Orioles manager Brandon Hyde said. "I'm hoping that someday soon that will be the case here." Cincinnati's crowd of 7,799 against Milwaukee on April 1 was the lowest for a Reds' home game since 1984 at Riverfront Stadium. That same day, Toronto drew 10,460 against the Orioles, the smallest attendance at the Rogers Centre since 2010. San Francisco drew 28,030 vs. Pittsburgh on April 10, the Giants' lowest home crowd since 2010. Kansas City's crowd of 10,024 against the Twins on April 2 was the lowest at Kauffman Stadium since 2011. Minnesota drew 11,465 against Toronto on April 17, the lowest figure in Target Field's 10-season history. "As a kid, I loved more than anything to go to the ballpark and I loved nothing more than playing baseball," Walker said. "But I think a lot of people are just — they want action now. They don't want to be totally consumed with a game maybe that's just not timed." ___ AP Baseball Writer Mike Fitzpatrick and AP Sports Writer David Ginsburg contributed to this report......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 31st, 2019

Ancajas ready for fireworks

IBF superflyweight champion Jerwin Ancajas said he’s ready to engage Ryuichi Funai and destroy whatever style the Japanese challenger will employ in the ring when they square off in a scheduled 12-round bout at the 12,000-seat arena in this California port city here tonight (tomorrow morning, Manila time)......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsMay 3rd, 2019

Manila shows its class with a 19-point beatdown of Muntinlupa

The Manila Stars - Frontrow outclassed the Muntinlupa Cagers - Angelis Resort, 76-57, in the main game on Friday night as the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League Lakan Season returned to action after the SEA Games break. Outgoing stars Chris Bitoon and Aris Dionisio, both drafted in the PBA, topped the scoring charts with 14 points apiece. Although the Caloocan Supremos - Victory Liner did not play, all three games were held in the Caloocan Sports Complex. Dionisio poured in seven second-quarter points as the Stars took a 40-27 lead heading into halftime. In the third quarter a pair of triples from Bitoon plus contributions from Gabby Espinas and Mark Dyke put the game out of reach, bloating Manila's lead to 60-38 at the start of the fourth. Angelis Resort were led by John Ylagan's 14 points but as a team shot a paltry 30 percent from the field. The Manilenos see their slate inch up to 19-4, a half-game shy of Makati. Meanwhile the Cagers remain at 5-19. In the second game of the day Makati Super Crunch turned away a stubborn Navotas Uni-Pak side with a solid fourth quarter to win 67-62 and advance to 20-4. Cedric Ablaza pumped in a game-high 15 points for the Makatizens while Jeckster Apinan was good for 13. Makati were in front for most of the game but when Navoteno Marvin Taywan knocked in a pair of free throws with 7 minutes to go, Gabby Severino's team was within two, 50-48. Ablaza, Apinan, and Rudy Lingganay contributed to a 7-0 run that renewed Makati's cushion. But Navotas hung around with a Mykee Cabahug triple and some big defensive stops. Navotas' will was finally broken when Lingganay drained a triple with two minutes to go for a 64-54 lead that Uni-pak could not overcome. Navotas slides to 6-17 despite 14 points from Cabahug. The day began with Bacolod Master Sardines dismissing the Quezon City Capitals - WEMSAP, 68-63. Homegrown Bacolodnon gunner Pao Javelona led the way for Master Sardines, piling on 18 points to lead his team. New pickup Yankee Haruna helped Bacolod's cause with 14 points. Bacolod led 36-30 at the half and stretched that to 54-46 at the end of the third thanks in part to seven points from Haruna, who wowed the crowd with an alley-oop conversion. A Clark Derige three-pointer pulled QC to within 6, 65-59 with 1:40 to go and a Kim Medina layup cut the lead further. But Haruna and Javelona supplied the endgame points to confirm their 7th win in 22 games. Derige was tops for QC with 20 points as the Caps skid to 9-16 and damage their fading playoff hopes......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated News19 hr. 42 min. ago

DENR five tries to nail UNTV Cup semis seat

Newcomer Department of Environment and Natural Resources tries to secure the other outright semis berth when it goes for its seventh straight win against Philippine International Trading Corporation in the 8th UNTV Cup on Sunday at the San Juan City gym......»»

Category: sportsSource:  thestandardRelated NewsDec 12th, 2019

Vietnam, hahawakan ang 31st SEA Games

Manila, Philippines – Inilipat na ng Pilipinas ang Southeast Asian Games Federation flag sa bansang Vietnam na hahawak ng 31st edition ng biennial meet sa closing ceremony ng 30th Southeast Asiang Games sa New Clark City Athletics Stadium. Nakatakda namang idaos ang 31st SEA Games sa 2021 sa Hanoi Samantala, itinanghal ang Pilipinas bilang overall […] The post Vietnam, hahawakan ang 31st SEA Games appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsDec 12th, 2019

SFI on Sinulog preparations: We are 85 percent ready

CEBU CITY, Philippines — The Sinulog Foundation Incorporated (SFI) said the Sinulog preparation is already at 85 percent a month before Cebu’s biggest festival. Elmer “Jojo” Labella, brother of Mayor Edgardo Labella and the executive director of the SFI, said that the plans and coordinations for the contests, festival activities, solicitiation, and marketing had already […] The post SFI on Sinulog preparations: We are 85 percent ready appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 12th, 2019

Athletics team: Country’s best in years

The Philippine team’s track and field success in the just concluded 30th Southeast Asian Games at the New Clark City here could be the start of the sport’s resurgence similar to the Gintong Alay program in the 80s......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsDec 12th, 2019

SEA Games 2019 closes in grand fashion

Colorful, grand and teeming with Filipino pride. These best describe the closing ceremony of the 30th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games on Wednesday. Thousands of Filipinos trooped to the New Clark City Athletics Stadium in Capas, Tarlac to watch the ceremony. Flags, shirts and other SEA Games memorabilia were sold at the gates. The Aeta Festival […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsDec 11th, 2019

PHI ends SEA Games hosting in style

The Philippines celebrated the end of its successful hosting of the 30th Southeast Asian Games the same way it rolled out the red carpet for all participating nations. From a presentation of Filipino culture through performances from Aeta Festival Dancers and the Manila Concert Choir, to the dazzling aerial drone presentation to the colorful fireworks display and a concert featuring the Black Eyed Peas, the Philippines made the biennial meet’s closing ceremony Wednesday night at the New Clark City Stadium in Tarlac as memorable as its opening. After 10 days of competition on different fronts in 56 sports with 530 events, the Philippines emerged as overall champion once again after completing the feat 14 years ago when the country also hosted the Games. Philippine Sports Commission chairman and PHI SEA Games Chef De Mission William ‘Butch’ Ramirez and Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea accepted the overall championship recognition for Team Philippines, which collected 149 gold, 117 silver and 121 bronze medals. Heroic Filipino surfer Roger Casugay, who was also the PHI’s flag-bearer in the closing ceremony’s traditional parade of athletes, was feted the Fair Play Athlete for his selfless act of helping Indonesian competitor Arip Nurhidayat get out of dangerous waters during the semifinal of their surfing competition. Casugay eventually won the men’s longboard event gold. Also feted were swimmer Quah Zheng Wen of Singapore as Male Mega-Athlete for copping six gold and two silver medals while Nguyen Thi Anh Vien of Vietnam was named Female Mega-Athlete for her six gold and pair of silver medals in the pool. A tribute and a parade for the workforce and volunteers was also part of the program before Medialdea officially closed the PHI’s hosting as the fire in the P55 million cauldron was extinguished. Philippine Southeast Asian Games Organizing Committee (Phisgoc) head and House Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano and Philippine Olympic Committee president Cong. Bambol Tolentino handed over the SEA Games flag to 2021 host Vietnam in the turnover rites.     Vietnam prepared a presentation for their hosting two years from now.    .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 11th, 2019

‘Whose land is this? Constructing counter-narratives through maps’

4 MIN READ In just under six months of fieldwork, we saw the extreme and terrifying change of landscape in the affected areas: hundreds of trees were felled, creeks dried, and mountains flattened; this, despite claims from the Philippine government that New Clark City is “environment-friendly.” The post ‘Whose land is this? Constructing counter-narratives through maps’ appeared first on Northern Dispatch......»»

Category: newsSource:  nordisRelated NewsDec 11th, 2019

35K Aeta, farmer sinipa ng BCDA-Dizon

MAY pananagutan si Bases Conversion Development Authority (BCDA) President and Chief Executive Office Vince Dizon dahil sa ginawa diumano nitong pagpapalayas sa Capas, Tarlac para bigyang-daan sa pagtatayo ng New Clark City, ayon kay Senador Risa Hontiveros. “Pinagmalaki natin ang mga katutubong kultura sa opening ng SEA Games sa New Clark City pero tinatanggalan naman […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  abanteRelated NewsDec 11th, 2019