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Walang Pasok: Class suspensions for January 16, 2020

Some classes in the areas affected by the Taal eruption remain suspended on Thursday, January 16......»»

Category: newsSource: philstar philstarJan 15th, 2020

Walang Pasok: Class suspensions for August 3

Several classes were called off on Saturday due to the rains caused by the southwest monsoon or habagat......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsAug 3rd, 2019

Walang Pasok: Class suspensions for August 2

Several local government units announced class suspensions for Friday, August 2, due to the inclement weather brought by southwest monsoon......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsAug 2nd, 2019

Walang pasok: Class suspensions for July 17

A number of local government units announced class suspensions for July 17 in anticipation of "Falcon's" onslaught......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJul 16th, 2019

Walang Pasok: Class suspensions for July 16

Several local government units announced class suspensions for Tuesday, July 16, due to the inclement weather brought by Tropical Depression Falcon......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJul 16th, 2019

Walang pasok: Class suspensions for July 2

Here are areas where classes got canceled for Tuesday, July 2......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJul 1st, 2019

Walang pasok: Class suspensions for July 1

Here is a running list of areas with class suspensions for Monday, July 1......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJul 1st, 2019

Honda set to unveil all-new City model in Philippine market

Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI) is set to release the All-New Honda City targeting total sales of more or less 1,800 units combining the current and the All New City model for the remaining months of the year. HCPI Vice President Louie Soriano said they expect to sell more or less 1,800 units for both old and new City models for the remaining 3 months. From January to October this year, HCPI Honda City’s sales reached over 2,000 units. Among the models in its segment, the Honda City is currently at third place. Since the start of 2020, the Honda City is HCPI’s second best-selling model in its lineup. First is Honda Brio and third is Honda BR-V. “Our target market for the All-New City are the Sporty and Premium Seeker who are career driven, business minded, and those who are looking for a stylish and sporty sedan,” said Soriano. Interested customers may already inquire and reserve the All-New Honda City any of the 34 Honda Car Dealerships nationwide starting today, October 15, 2020. The all-new model will be available in the local market on October 22, 2020, as part of its month-long celebration of its 30th anniversary. This 5th generation of Honda City – the revamped best-selling sedan in HCPI’s model lineup now comes with new variant names and includes a new color. The All-New Honda City will soon be available with the following colors: Ignite Red Metallic (new color; 1.5 RS CVT, 1.5 V CVT, and 1.5 S CVT); Modern Steel Metallic; Platinum White Pearl (new color; 1.5 RS CVT and 1.5 V CVT only); Crystal Black Pearl; Lunar Silver Metallic (1.5 V CVT and 1.5 S CVT only); and, Taffeta White (1.5 S CVT and 1.5 S MT only). The company also announced that from October 15 to December 31, 2020, all current Honda owners who will refer an All-New City buyer will receive P5,000 worth of e-gift certificates upon every successful referral. Interested referrers may visit www.hondaphil.com/promos/referral-program for more information. The current generation of the Honda City, launched in May 2017, revolves around the grand concept of “Advanced Energetic Smart Star”. It exhibits a high-tech and sporty design, class-leading fuel efficiency and comfort, and above class safety that provide customers with the smartest ownership experience......»»

Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 18th, 2020

Kobe Bryant s Basketball Hall of Fame induction moved to 2021

By The Associated Press Kobe Bryant and the rest of this year’s Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame class won’t be inducted in 2020 — or at the birthplace of basketball. The Hall announced Friday that the enshrinement ceremony will be held May 13-15, 2021, and the entire festivities will be moved to Mohegan Sun Casino in Connecticut. This year was to be a highlight for the Hall of Fame, located in Springfield, Massachusetts. Bryant, killed in January in a helicopter crash, headlined a decorated class featuring Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett that would have been enshrined in the recently renovated museum. But the coronavirus pandemic scuttled those plans and hit the Hall so hard that it eliminated several full-time positions and cut senior management pay in the 25-40% range. Hall of Fame President and CEO John Doleva says the rescheduled enshrinement festivities, the diminished museum visitation and the uncertainty regarding the Hall’s college and high school basketball events this fall “has forced us to make these very difficult decisions.” Mohegan Sun is a long-time partner of the Hall. Doleva says it can a operate a “near-bubble” to provide a secure environment for guests......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 15th, 2020

PBA: Gin Kings pack masks that will go to 16 hospitals nationwide

It's One Ginebra Nation after all. The Gin Kings have come together with their signature Never Say Die spirit to give a much-needed push to the brave frontliners taking on the deadly COVID-19. Ginebra players repacked masks that will be distributed to 16 hospitals in the country. The effort is part of San Miguel Corp's larger operation of supplying PPEs to our medical frontliners.         View this post on Instagram                   Sama-sama laban sa Covid-19! Walang Iwanan! Never Say Die!! ???? Barangay Gin Kings players repack masks to be distributed to 16 hospitals throughout the country, as part of San Miguel Corporation’s ongoing donation of personal protective equipment (PPEs) for medical front liners. #WeAreSanMiguel #NSD #Malasakit A post shared by LA Tenorio (@la_tenorio) on May 5, 2020 at 11:52pm PDT Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the quarantine measures, whether enhanced or general, have dragged on for almost two months now. Concerning the Gin Kings, they've yet to play an offical game since winning the Governors' Cup in early January. The PBA opened its new season last March 8 and suspended operations three days later because of the virus. The PBA is expected to decide in August whether to resume or scrap the current season altogether.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8 .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 6th, 2020

BEST-OF-5 SERIES: The Pingoy Rules Part 5

In case you missed it: BEST-OF-5 SERIES: The Pingoy Rules Part 1 BEST-OF-5 SERIES: The Pingoy Rules Part 2 BEST-OF-5 SERIES: The Pingoy Rules Part 3 BEST-OF-5 SERIES: The Pingoy Rules Part 4 --- Pingoy Rule: Never lose hope. --- For the second time in two years, Jerie Pingoy had to have surgery done on his left foot. In November 2017, he injured his left foot in the final frame of the last game of the elimination round of the UAAP. In December 2017, the 5-foot-11 guard went to Pampanga to rid his left foot of bone spurs. Fast forward to June 2019 and his left foot was yet to be fully healed. A failed surgery as well as playing through pain worsened the bone spurs that had long been building up in Pingoy's left foot and he had no other choice but to go to famed sports doctor Raul Canlas. "Nung pinatingin namin kay Doc Canlas, sabi niya, bakit daw hindi inoperahan yung mismong may bone spurs," he shared in a phone interview. "Ako, wala naman akong kaalam-alam. Eh tapos na yun, wala na akong magagawa. Alangan namang habulin ko pa yung doktor dati." As the now-25-year-old was no longer with Adamson University, he had to pay for the new surgery out of his own pocket. Fortunately, he had his girlfriend not only to help him raise funds, but also to find a way to decrease the amount. "Yung girlfriend ko, nagwo-work sa Maxicare (a health maintenance organization) so yun, nag-apply kami ng health card. Buti naman, na-approve," he said. With that, Pingoy went under the knife for the second time in two years. And, as it turns out, it was an outpatient operation. "Ang kasama ko lang nun, girlfriend ko. Pasok kami Sunday, labas ng Monday kasi wala naman kaming ipon e. Binayad na namin lahat ng meron kami sa opera," he said. The good news is that at long last, his left foot is all well and good. As he put it, "At least, ngayon, okay na okay na." NOT ALONE That’s just one of the reasons why Pingoy believes he already has his life partner beside him. Talking about girlfriend Dixie Soberano, he said, full of love, "Through all the darkness na nangyari sa akin, she stayed with me. Alam niya kung gaano ka-struggle yung nangyari sa akin, pero nag-stay siya." He then continued, "Sobrang nagpapasalamat ako sa kanya kasi nandito siya, 'di niya ako iniwan. Siya pa nga laging nagpapaalala sa aking magpakundisyon ka, magpapayat ka para sa future natin." Not only that, Soberano was also how Pingoy received the biggest blessings in his life. In one-year-and-three-month-old Kaeden Jared and two-month-old Jaeden Keith, the Cebuano has even more will to go on and prove that his career is far from finished. "Sila yung nagbibigay ng inspirasyon sa akin. Ang practice namin sa CEU, alas sais ng umaga, pero gumigising ako ng alas kwatro kasi iniisip ko, para sa anak ko 'to, para sa kinabukasan nila 'to," he said. He leaves home motivated - and comes home even more motivated as he has a brand new dream to go alongside the one of him playing in the PBA. "Every time umuuwi ako, naiisip kong sana soon, yayaman ako at pag-uwi ko, sasabihan ko mga anak kong, 'Magbihis kayo, kakain tayo sa labas,'" he said. He then continued, "Tapos makikita ko kung gaano sila ka-excited. Talagang nagbago na buhay ko dahil sa kanila." NOT THE END Before COVID-19 shut down anything and everything, Pingoy looked like he was doing all in his power to put his career back on track. Just a month after Karate Kid-CEU took a chance on him, he proved diligent and disciplined in his extra work and trimmed down from 250 lbs. to just 197 lbs. Of course, having a life partner and two children, as well as his parents, relying on him is more than enough fuel to the fire. "Mahirap walang income eh. Nung isang taong nawala ako, as in walang income talaga eh kaya ngayon, kailangang magtulungan kami as a family," he said. Fortunately, the Scorpions have Pingoy's back as he claws and climbs the mountain once more. "Everybody deserves a second chance eh. Sakto kailangan ko rin ng point guard na leader para ma-guide yung mga bata namin," head coach Jeff Napa said. And there remains more than a few who have not lost faith. "If Koko can be given a chance and the confidence, he can still realize the potential that he has," Bo Perasol, the head coach who recruited and then mentored him in Ateneo de Manila University, said. In Napa, team manager Johnny Yap, and all of Karate Kid-CEU, Pingoy has another shot - as long as he keeps at it. "Maganda pa rin naman ang future ng batang yan basta mag-work hard lang siya nang todo at bumalik yung game shape niya. Yung talent at basketball sense kasi, meron na siya e," his new mentor said. FORGET-ME-NOT However, it is yet to be determined when the 2020 PBA D-League Aspirants Cup would resume action - or if it would even resume action. With COVID-19 posing more questions than answers, hope is all that Pingoy has for his career that has seen more starts and stops than rush hour traffic in EDSA. Still, hope is what he has been holding to all throughout - and is the reason he still stands even after having seen half of his collegiate career go to waste because of residency. Back-to-back MVP seasons in the UAAP Jrs. were followed by two years in a row of residency. A rookie year in Ateneo was followed by another season on the sidelines after transferring to Adamson. Two years as a Soaring Falcon were followed by a year out of the grid. Now, Jerie Pingoy, once thought to be special, just wants to have a shot at normal. This, even though what he has been through in his young life is already ripe for the pickings for a TV drama. "Sa lahat ng nangyari, parang gusto ko na ngang magpa-MMK e," he kidded. And who, if ever, would portray him on Maalala Mo Kaya? The answer to that is pretty clear in his eyes. "Si Gerald Anderson. Sakto pareho kaming Bisaya, pareho kaming gwapo." Without a doubt, after all that happened to him, the sense of humor is still there with Jerie Pingoy. Hopefully, the game that once made him a promising prospect is still there too. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsApr 12th, 2020

Middle class kailangang tulungan para hindi bumaba sa poverty line

ISA umano sa target ng Duterte administration ang pagpapalakas sa middle class kaya kumpiyansa si House committee on ways and means chairman Joey Salceda na bibigyan ito ng ayuda ng gobyerno. Nagpahayag din ng pangamba si Salceda na maaaring bumalik sa poverty line ang mga bagon pasok sa middle class kung walang gagawing tulong ang […] The post Middle class kailangang tulungan para hindi bumaba sa poverty line appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsApr 8th, 2020

Walang Pasok: Class, government work suspension in Metro Manila extended to April 14

Local government units in the capital region, meanwhile, must ensure that students stay at home during the suspension of classes......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsMar 14th, 2020

'WalangPasok: Class suspensions due to coronavirus

Please refresh this page for updates. MANILA, Philippines – Some local government units have suspended classes on certain days of March 2020 due to the threat of the novel coronavirus . Measures will be undertaken to prevent the spread of the virus, including disinfecting campuses. Metro Manila Marikina City - all levels (public ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsMar 8th, 2020

Navotas suspends classes due to Covid-19 outbreak

NAVOTAS City Mayor Tobias Tiangco announced the suspension of classes in Navotas City on Monday because of the Coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) outbreak. “[Walang pasok] sa Lunes (There won’t be classes on Monday) March 9, 2020 sa lahat ng antas magmula kindergarten hanggang college, sa lahat ng paaralan sa Navotas both public and private (on all levels from Kindergarten to College […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsMar 7th, 2020

3 key takeaways from ONE: FIRE & FURY

It was another explosive night for ONE Championship as it opened 2020 in the Philippines in the most exciting way possible. On Friday, 31 January, ONE: FIRE & FURY went down in Manila, Philippines with a bang, and the martial arts world was left begging for more action. With another event in the bag, here are three key takeaways from the Mall Of Asia Arena.    Joshua Pacio’s Skills Are Growing At A Blistering Pace Any strawweight who watched Joshua “The Passion” Pacio defend his World Title against Alex “Little Rock” Silva should be concerned, especially with the 24-year-old Filipino closing all the holes in his game.  Pacio looked crisp on the feet as always, but it was his ground game that turned out to be the difference in this match.  The Baguio City native was confident to roll with one of the best grapplers in the organization and, at times, he was even on the offensive, attempting a guillotine choke and a heel hook in the bout.  “Yes I was surprised. We all know the level of Silva’s grappling, so Joshua really surprised me with the confidence that he showed in the bout – he was even the one attacking at times,” Team Lakay coach Mark Sangiao said.  With Pacio picking up confidence on the ground game to compliment his world class striking, the rest of the division looks in trouble.    “Thunder Kid” May Be The Next Big Strawweight Lito “Thunder Kid” Adiwang said in the past that entertaining fans is just as important as winning.  On Friday, he proved it was not just lip-service.  Adiwang was a burning ball of energy and then some as he needed just one round to dispatch Pongsiri “The Smiling Assassin” Mitsatit in the lead card of the night.  The 26-year-old rocked his Thai counterpart early on before raining down heavy ground and pound from the mount. Though Mitsatit survived the initial onslaught, Adiwang still finished the bout in style as he locked on a kimura and forced the submission.    The Lightweight Division Keeps Getting Deeper  Eduard “Landslide” Folayang found out firsthand how difficult his climb back to the pinnacle of the ONE Lightweight division will be after absorbing a razor-thin split decision loss to Pieter “The Archangel” Buist in the co-main event of the evening.  At age 36, Folayang has been adamant in saying he still wants to regain his World Title, and for two rounds he looked good against the bigger Dutchman.  All it took, though, was one well-timed head kick from Buist early in the third to change the direction of the match for good as the Combat Brothers standout turned the bout to his favor and later stole the victory.  Aside from Buist, who targets a showdown with ONE Lightweight World Champion Christian “The Warrior” Lee, the division also boasts top talent like Saygid Guseyn “Dagi”  Arslanaliev, Eddie “The Underground King” Alvarez, Lowen Tynanes, and Shinya “Tobikan Judan” Aoki for starters. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 3rd, 2020

‘Walang Kasarian Ang Digmang Bayan’ ni Jay Altarejos pasok sa 2020 Sinag Maynila

MAITUTURING nang haligi ng Sinag Maynila Film Festival ang writer-director na si Jay Altarejos na siyang nasa likod ng mga pelikulang “Ang Lihim ni Antonio,” “Kasal,” “Tale of the Lost Boys” at “Jino to Mari.” Kabilang sa mga award na hinakot ni direk Jay sa Sinag Maynila ay ang Best Screenplay (2016) for “TPO,” Best […] The post ‘Walang Kasarian Ang Digmang Bayan’ ni Jay Altarejos pasok sa 2020 Sinag Maynila appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 22nd, 2020

Horoscope, January 17, 2020

Para sa may kaarawan ngayon: Sa taong ito ng 2020 hindi maiiwasan ang problema, pero maiiwasan ang mga taong walang kuwenta. Iwasang makipagkuwentuhan sa kanila, upang hindi ka mahawahan ng kamalasan. Sa halip, maglalapit ka sa mga taong alam mong sinusuwerte, bandang huli malilipat sa iyo ang suwerte nila. Markahan ang 1, 9, 19, 28, […] The post Horoscope, January 17, 2020 appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 17th, 2020

‘Pork’ & ‘parked’ funds negatibo sa 2020 national budget

BONGGANG-BONGGA ang pasok ng taong 2020 sa ating bansa dahil sa wakas, unang linggo pa lang ng Enero ay ganap nang batas ang 2020 General Appropriations Act na nagkakahalaga ng P4.1 trilyon. Buong-buong pinirmahan ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte ang budget at walang nai-veto kahit ni isang kusing. Malayong-malayo ito sa nangyari noong nakaraang taon kung ........»»

Category: filipinoSource:  hatawtabloidRelated NewsJan 8th, 2020

‘Pork’ & ‘parked’ funds negatibo sa 2020 national budget

BONGGANG-BONGGA ang pasok ng taong 2020 sa ating bansa dahil sa wakas, unang linggo pa lang ng Enero ay ganap nang batas ang 2020 General Appropriations Act na nagkakahalaga ng P4.1 trilyon. Buong-buong pinirmahan ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte ang budget at walang nai-veto kahit ni isang kusing. Malayong-malayo ito sa nangyari noong nakaraang taon kung ........»»

Category: filipinoSource:  hatawtabloidRelated NewsJan 8th, 2020

Walang Pasok: Senate suspends work on January 9 for Traslacion

The Office of the Senate Secretary on Tuesday announced suspension of work on January 9, Thursday in anticipation of the traffic jam and difficulty in commuting to and from the Senate due to the procession of the Black Nazarene or Traslacion......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJan 7th, 2020