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Asian Journal January 18-24, 2013 Edition

Asian Journal January 18-24, 2013 Edition

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Philippines News, San Diego News, Filipino Americans of San Diego County California US, Community News, Entertainment News, Ernie Delfin, Reodica His Rise and Fall, Commentary, Ben Maynigo, Msgr Fernando Gutierrez, Atty Jojo Karagdag Jr, U.S. Immigration Law, U.S. Immigration Lawyer, Atty Aurora Vega Buzon, Atty Susan V Perez, Atty E. Bautista American Legal Center, Health and Wellness, Classified/Want Ads, Virginia Ferrer, Tagalog Poetry, Romeo Nicolas, Bill Labestre, Ernie Delfin, Michael R Tagudin, Miles Beauchamp, Food for Thought, Laughing Matter, Wells Fargo, San Diego Gas & Electric, Macy's Sale, M's Beauty Med Spa, Jake's Transportation, DirecTV, Dish Mabuhay Package, Rudy D Liporada, Zena Sultana Babao, #asianjournal, @asianjournal, Minette Levardo DDS, Escondido dentist, Michael R Tagudin, Street Poetry, MANILA FORWARDER, SYCUAN, H MART, JAPAN AIRLINES, Asian Journal JANUARY 18 2013 edition, San Diego California News, Dark Nights of Father Madrid, Dr Ed Gamboa, Chapter 26: The Raid at Santa Fe, Rancho Costa Verde Free Dinner Presentation at BULLY'S EAST JAN 23, 2013, McDonalds, Babao Arnis

Philippines News, San Diego News, Filipino Americans of San Diego County California US, Community News, Entertainment News, Ernie Delfin, Reodica His Rise and Fall, Commentary, Ben Maynigo, Msgr Fernando Gutierrez, Atty Jojo Karagdag Jr, U.S. Immigration Law, U.S. Immigration Lawyer, Atty Aurora Vega Buzon, Atty Susan V Perez, Atty E. Bautista American Legal Center, Health and Wellness, Classified/Want Ads, Virginia Ferrer, Tagalog Poetry, Romeo Nicolas, Bill Labestre, Ernie Delfin, Michael R Tagudin, Miles Beauchamp, Food for Thought, Laughing Matter, Wells Fargo, San Diego Gas & Electric, Macy's Sale, M's Beauty Med Spa, Jake's Transportation, DirecTV, Dish Mabuhay Package, Rudy D Liporada, Zena Sultana Babao, #asianjournal, @asianjournal, Minette Levardo DDS, Escondido dentist, Michael R Tagudin, Street Poetry, MANILA FORWARDER, SYCUAN, H MART, JAPAN AIRLINES, Asian Journal JANUARY 18 2013 edition, San Diego California News, Dark Nights of Father Madrid, Dr Ed Gamboa, Chapter 26: The Raid at Santa Fe, Rancho Costa Verde Free Dinner Presentation at BULLY'S EAST JAN 23, 2013, McDonalds, Babao Arnis

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Immigration bureau: In 2012, some 172,000 foreign tourists extended stay in PHL
10 killed in Atimonan nega-
tive for parafn: source
ANC News | MANILA,1/15/2013 – Investigators arenow focusing on the re-autop-sy on Paul Arsedillo Quio-hilag, one of the 13 fatalitiesin the alleged shootout inAtimonan, Quezon.He is one of two victimssaid to have been brought tothe hospital after the incident.Quiohilag was shot at leastseven times, with one of the bullets hitting his left temple.But a National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) sourcerevealed that there was tat-tooing or powder burns onQuiohilag's face.This means he could have been shot at close range.Quiohilag's left chest also bore a nozzle mark, which
January 18-24, 2013
 
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January 18-24, 2013
(Continued on page 16)
(Continued on page 8)
 Reodica: HisGrand Rise And Fall .. p 8
When Marital “Wine”Runs Out/  Sto. Niño .. p 9
Ernie Delfin
Msgr. Gutierrez
Ben Maynigo
 Bringing Home the Bacon .. p 14
(Continued on page 19)(Continued on page 18)
More people surf Web, readhoroscopes than Bible
Cebu all set for Sinulog 2013
(Continued on page 10)
 
 A Historical Novel by Dr. Ed Gamboa
 Inspired by a True Story
....
Chapter 26. Te Raid at Sante Fe 
May 2013 Elections
The Dark Nights of Father Madrid
Initial NBI findings bolster
rubout angle
 Nora Lucero, an ac-countant, left SGV to spread God’s word 
 Edwin Bael (c2002)
T
he meeting with members of the revolutionary Barrio Organizing Committee at San-ta Fe had been properly pre-arranged. George did not have to do much except showup for the event. His job was to see to it that the committeewent about putting up the “Samahang Nayon” the right way. Thisnew organization, mandated by the government, was to become
the ofcial union representing the local farmers.
Fighting the government up front was not prudent strategy.Know the enemy; recognize who their agents are, their support-ers, and their resources. Bide your time, gain strength. By now, heknew Mao’s words by heart.
by Edwin D. Bael onMonday, 1/14/2013 --
Yes-terday, January 13, 2013, wasthe start of the ban against the bearing, carrying, or trans-
 porting of rearms or other 
deadlyweapons,in prepa-ration for our May13, 2013Elec-tions for Senators,Con-gress-men,Party-list Groups, and theelective regional, provincial,
city, and municipal ofcials.
It is called mid-term elec-tions as it occurs in-betweenthe election for President and
other ofcials every six years.
Campaign period for senatorsand party-list groups start onFebruary 12, while the periodfor candidates for the Houseof Representatives and local
ofcials start on March 29.
The code for what is de-sired of this election is SAFE:Secure and Free Elections. Inother words, we hope for theunfettered and true expres-sion of the voting citizens'will, neither clouded by undueand improper pressure or 
inuence, nor subjected to
the treason and betrayal of "dagdag-bawas" operations,nor prevented by voters listmanipulations, nor distorted
 by ying and substitute vot-
ers, nor rendered into a totalfarce appearing real by thesurreptitious insertion of elec-tronic programs that automati-cally "adjust" the votes of oneor two or more candidates inthe tallies, whether at the local
level or at the nal counting
 Politicians warned: No cam- paigning in Sinulog 
By Ron Gagalac, ABS-CBN News | CEBU,1/17/2013 – Senatorial bets and local
ofcials alike were warned
 by Sinulog organizers againstcampaigning during the 3-dayreligious festival that will beattended by at least 4 milliondevotees of the Sto. Niño, ac-cording to the Sinulog Foun-dation Incorporated (SFI).The foundation's executivedirector, Ricky Ballesteros,said their security personnel
will conscate any leaets,
 banners, tarpaulins or anyother campaign materialsthat will be dished out to the public during the SinulogFestival."They must behave also,it’s a simple rule to follow,"he said.
Church leaders are looking at cyberspace as
the main arena to
keep the faithful.
Inquirer.net | MANILA,1/17/2013 -- Inthis predominantlyCatholic country, theBible is not only fac-ing stiff competitionfrom romance pock-etbooks, horoscopes,feng shui (Chinesegeomancy), it also is facingthe challenge of the Internet,
an ofcial of the
Philippine BibleSociety (PBS)said Tuesday.Romance pock-etbooks are popu-lar among womenwhile the young patronize moreInternet shopsinstead of read-
ing and reecting
on the Bible, saidPBS general sec-
Inquirer.net | MANILA,1/16/2013 -- Some 172,000 for-eign tourists opted to extend their stay in the Philippines by apply-ing for an "extension of stay" in2012, the Bureau of Immigration(BI) said.BI Commissioner RicardoDavid Jr. said the BI visa exten-
sion ofce approved 172,055
applications for extension of stay by foreign tourists in 2012.“Our country remains a favor-ite tourist destination that manyforeign visitors are opting to stayhere longer not only for vacationor to visit our tourist attractions but also to explore business andinvestment opportunities,” hesaid in a news release.He added that the number of approved visa extensions in 2012was 13 percent higher than the
151,913 applications for exten-
sion of stay the bureau approvedin 2011.Meanwhile, BI visa extension
ofce acting chief Julius Cortez
said non-visa required foreigntourists are admitted for 21 daysupon their arrival in a Philippine port of entry while visa-requirednationals are granted an initial
stay of 59 days.
Cortez said they may thenapply to extend their stay for twomonths and every two monthsthereafter until they reached themaximum stay of 16 months.“All of them may extend their sojourn in the Philippines beforethe lapse of their authorized stayso long as they do not violate theconditions of their stay and paythe required fees to the bureau,”he added.
Peak extension months
Cortez said tourist visa exten-sions were highest in January, July,August, and December when morethan 15,000 applications were pro-cessed.The lowest was registered Aprilwhen only more than 12,000 wereapproved.The BI noted the Department of Tourism had expected to lure asmany as 4.5 million foreign touristsin 2012.In January to June 2012, the DOTrecorded 2.1 million tourist arrivals,mostly from South Korea, UnitedStates, Japan, China and Taiwan.
There has also been a steady inux
of nationals from neighboring coun-tries belonging to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).- VVP, GMA News
 
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