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Asian Journal February 7-13, 2014 Edition

Asian Journal February 7-13, 2014 Edition

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UNDERSTANDING GAWAD KALINGA: "DON'T DATE A NATION BUILDER" BY FELICE CARINGAL (FOREWORD BY JOSE MA. MONTELIBANO) P1, PLEASE PASS THE SALT BY MSGR FERNANDO GUTIERREZ P8, BARBERS' FEARLESS VIEWS AND FORECASTS BY BENJAMIN MAYNIGO P6, CULTURAL CONFLICT BY ANASTASIA DARAVONG IN CONTEMPORARY ASIAN AMERICAN ISSUES P4, KEEP IT SIMPLE BY BILL LABESTRE P6, MY COMPUTER CRASHED BY MILES BEAUCHAMP P6, US CITIZEN STEPPARENT CAN PETITION OFFSPRINGS OF ADULTEROUS RELATIONSHIPS BY ATTY SUSAN V PEREZ P7, PAG-ASA (1) BY VIRGINIA H. FERRER P8, TEN TIPS FOR A HAPPY AND HEALTHY RETIREMENT BY ZENA SULTANA BABAO P`0, UNDERSTANDING THE CSPA DEBATE BY ATTY ROGELIO KARAGDAG JR P10, SPRINTER RAIL A GREAT COMMUTING OPTION FOR HOMEOWNERS AT WILLIAM LYON HOMES' CONTEMPO IN ESCONDIDO P12, VISUALDX A MIRACLE MEDICAL TOOL BY BENJAMIN MAYNIGO P13, GLOBAL KALINGA E-ROTARY CLUB THE BRIDGE AND PORTAL OF PHILIPPINE ROTARY CLUBS TO AMERICA BY ERNIE DELFIN P 2, THE ICE BREAKER BY ZENA SULTANA BABAO P11, COMMUNITY NEWS, PORKY'S LECHON BARBECUE, BOBBY’S COMPLETE AUTO REPAIR, NOWAK AESTHETICS,, PECHANGA LUNAR NEW YEAR TABLE GAME PROMOTION P 11, Community News, Asian Journal San Diego, FEBRUARY 7 2014 Digital Edition, , M BEAUTY TIME MACHINE DR TESS MAURICIO, Offices of Chua Tinsay Vega Immigration Law, Dr S.T. Sawa DENTIST dental implants, Atty Rogelio Karagdag Jr U.S. Immigration Law, Atty Susan V Perez U.S. Immigration Law, San Diego News, Philippine News, Arts & Culture, Profiles, Balintataw by Virginia Ferrer, Lower Your Nets by Monsignor Fernando Gutierrez, Light & Shadows by Zena Sultana Babao, At Large by Miles Beauchamp, Take It From My Barber by Benjamin Maynigo, Street Poetry by Michael R Tagudin, Mga Tula ni Romeo Nicolas, Showbiz Watcher by Ogie Cruz, Classified Ads, Atty Gail Dulay Harold Hom Immigration Lawyers, CLASSIFIED AD, Wanted Caregiver, LOWER YOUR NETS BY MSGR Gutierrez, ASIAN JOURNAL SAN DIEGO -FEBRUARY 7-13 2014 EDITION
UNDERSTANDING GAWAD KALINGA: "DON'T DATE A NATION BUILDER" BY FELICE CARINGAL (FOREWORD BY JOSE MA. MONTELIBANO) P1, PLEASE PASS THE SALT BY MSGR FERNANDO GUTIERREZ P8, BARBERS' FEARLESS VIEWS AND FORECASTS BY BENJAMIN MAYNIGO P6, CULTURAL CONFLICT BY ANASTASIA DARAVONG IN CONTEMPORARY ASIAN AMERICAN ISSUES P4, KEEP IT SIMPLE BY BILL LABESTRE P6, MY COMPUTER CRASHED BY MILES BEAUCHAMP P6, US CITIZEN STEPPARENT CAN PETITION OFFSPRINGS OF ADULTEROUS RELATIONSHIPS BY ATTY SUSAN V PEREZ P7, PAG-ASA (1) BY VIRGINIA H. FERRER P8, TEN TIPS FOR A HAPPY AND HEALTHY RETIREMENT BY ZENA SULTANA BABAO P`0, UNDERSTANDING THE CSPA DEBATE BY ATTY ROGELIO KARAGDAG JR P10, SPRINTER RAIL A GREAT COMMUTING OPTION FOR HOMEOWNERS AT WILLIAM LYON HOMES' CONTEMPO IN ESCONDIDO P12, VISUALDX A MIRACLE MEDICAL TOOL BY BENJAMIN MAYNIGO P13, GLOBAL KALINGA E-ROTARY CLUB THE BRIDGE AND PORTAL OF PHILIPPINE ROTARY CLUBS TO AMERICA BY ERNIE DELFIN P 2, THE ICE BREAKER BY ZENA SULTANA BABAO P11, COMMUNITY NEWS, PORKY'S LECHON BARBECUE, BOBBY’S COMPLETE AUTO REPAIR, NOWAK AESTHETICS,, PECHANGA LUNAR NEW YEAR TABLE GAME PROMOTION P 11, Community News, Asian Journal San Diego, FEBRUARY 7 2014 Digital Edition, , M BEAUTY TIME MACHINE DR TESS MAURICIO, Offices of Chua Tinsay Vega Immigration Law, Dr S.T. Sawa DENTIST dental implants, Atty Rogelio Karagdag Jr U.S. Immigration Law, Atty Susan V Perez U.S. Immigration Law, San Diego News, Philippine News, Arts & Culture, Profiles, Balintataw by Virginia Ferrer, Lower Your Nets by Monsignor Fernando Gutierrez, Light & Shadows by Zena Sultana Babao, At Large by Miles Beauchamp, Take It From My Barber by Benjamin Maynigo, Street Poetry by Michael R Tagudin, Mga Tula ni Romeo Nicolas, Showbiz Watcher by Ogie Cruz, Classified Ads, Atty Gail Dulay Harold Hom Immigration Lawyers, CLASSIFIED AD, Wanted Caregiver, LOWER YOUR NETS BY MSGR Gutierrez, ASIAN JOURNAL SAN DIEGO -FEBRUARY 7-13 2014 EDITION

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China lashes out at US, Japan for ‘irresponsible remarks’ over ADIZ issue
by Felice Caringal
Foreword by Jose Ma. Montelibano
By Mary Ann Ll. Reyes, The Philippine Star | MA- NILA, 3/13/2012 - No in-laws.
This is the rst of 10 un-
written commandments which
John Gokongwei, founder of the Gokongwei group of companies, followed in run-ning the family business “the
Gokongwei way.”Lance Gokongwei, presi-
dent of JG Summit Group, shared his and his father’s secrets in running a suc-cessful conglomerate and in effectively transitioning from a company that is basically family-owned to one publicly-
owned and listed.
At an Ateneo forum yester-day, the younger Gokongwei said that during his father’s generation, his aunts (married to his dad’s brothers) and his mother were involved in the  business, but the elder Gokon-gwei soon discovered that this
was not always ideal.
“There were situations
(Continued on page 5)
February 7-13, 2014
 
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February 7-13, 2014
(Continued on page 6)
Ben Maynigo
Msgr Gutierrez
Zena Babao
Ten Tips for a Happy and Healthy Retire-ment.. p 10
(Continued on page 15)(Continued on page 7)
 Please pass the salt .. p 8
(Continued on page 15)
Pinoy gure skater ready to com-pete in Sochi Winter Olympics
Seattle Seahawks Fil-Am Doug Baldwin is Super Bowl champ
 Barber’s fearless views and forecasts  .. p
(Continued on page 15)
University of the Philippines
shifts school opening to August
10 commandments of the
Gokongweis
Gawad Kalinga has
 burst into the national con-sciousness, and will grow
exponentially in the years
to come. It is a revolution of the spirit that has found a form of its choice.Many do not understand
why. Gawad Kalinga, or
GK, is represented by ordinary folks. It has no superstar except maybe Tony Meloto, but who has  become a known personali-ty only because he founded
Gawad Kalinga and in-
spires its army of believers. Yet, the few who believed in the founder and the vi-sion became as passionate
and committed, inspiring
thousands more.GK is not about building houses though it is known  by many for the color-
“Don’t Date a Nation Builder”
Understanding Gawad Kalinga
ful homes in GK villages. Anyone can build a house, and contractors should know how to  build better, faster and more. But who thought of giving the houses it built? Who thought of un-squatting families, breaking their historical bondage to poverty from landlessness, homelessness and hunger? Who thought of treating the poorest of the poor as a member of one’s family, so that making them inherit security of tenure and a decent home becomes not  just a gift, but a priority?And because GK is a spirit of a revolution that seeks to demolish the selshness and greed that has enslaved society, our children and grandchildren in their natural quest for idealism can hear its siren call from their hearts. Truly, a new dawn is emerging together KD Suarez, Rappler.com | MANILA, 2/6/2014 (2nd UPDATE) – The University of the Philippines System (UP System) will move from June to August 2014 the start of classes for academic year
2014-2015, The Manila Col-
legian reported on Thursday, February 6.
"The academic calendar
shift will be implemented next
academic year, AY 2014-
2015. Start of classes will start in August and end in May. Only constituent units (except UP Diliman) and col-leges in UP, will be affected. UPIS and high school units in the UP System will follow the
 present academic calendar," the Collegian, UP Manila's
ofcial student publication,
Good News Pilipinas | SEATTLE, 2/4/2014 -- The
Seattle Seahawks Doug-
las Dewayne Baldwin Jr. a
Filipino-American football wide receiver is a Super Bowl
Champion.
He scored a touchdown from Quarterback Russell Wilson as the Seahawks won the Super Bowl 43-8 against the Denver Broncos at the MetLIfe Stadium in East Ru-therford, New Jersey.Born in Gulf Breeze, Florida, Baldwin is a quarter
Filipino.Baldwin made the news
when he carried an upside down Philippine ag at a national football league match
against the Minnesota Vikings
to honor the victims of super typhoon Yolanda victims last  November.“Obviously when the typhoon hit, her family was impacted, everybody’s safe though. I wanted to do some-thing kind of to lift their spir-its and lift the spirits of Phil-ippines. In general, I thought carrying the ag would be a
Good News Pilipinas | MANILA, 2/4/2014 -- The
Philippines will be repre-
sented in the 2014 Olympic
Winter Games in Sochi City, Russia which starts February
7th.Michael Christian Marti-
nez, 17, is the country’s rst-ever gure skater to qualify for the Olympics.The journey of Martinez
to the Olympic games started
in 2005 when he discovered
skating as a sport at the SM
Southmall Skating Rink in
Las Piñas City.
“I saw people doing spins and jumps
 by Matikas Santos, Inquir-
er.net | MANILA, 2/5/2014
 – The word war over the plans of China to establish an Air Defense Identication Zone (ADIZ) in the South China Sea heated up further after Beijing lashed out at the Unit-ed States (US) and Japan for their “irresponsible remarks.”“As a sovereign state,
China has all the rights to
safeguard national security with any means, including establishing the ADIZ in response to the situation of air security,” Hong Lei, China’s
Foreign Ministry spokesman,
said in a press conference Tuesday.“No one is allowed to make irresponsible remarks,”
he said in response to reports
 published by Japanese media
saying that China plans to es-
tablish the said ADIZ and that
the US has warned against
such a move.Last February 2, the US Department of State warned China that the establishment of an ADIZ over the South China Sea would be seen as “provocative.”“We would consider such an ADIZ over portions of the South China Sea as a provoca-tive and a unilateral act that would raise tensions and call into serious question China’s
commitment to diplomatically
managing territorial disputes in the South China Sea,” Ma-rie Harf, deputy spokesperson of the state department said in a press brieng.Island groups in the South China Sea are subject of several territorial disputes  by Southeast Asian countries including the Philippines and China, which have a pend-ing arbitration case before the
United Nations Permanent
Court of Arbitration.
China claims the entirety
of the South China Sea as its territory including portions of the Philippines 200 nauti-cal mile exclusive economic zone.China’s previous estab-lishment of an ADIZ in the
East China Sea was met with
widespread criticism because it covered an island group that
Georgina Wilson poses for a photo with some of the 2,000 Gawad Kalinga (GK) Youth members that have volunteered to build the GK Georgetown Village in Cavite
 
Page 2
February 7-13, 2014 Asian Journal - (619) 474-0588 Visit our website at http://www.asianjournalusa.com
Law Ofces of Chua Tinsay & Vegawww.ctvattys.com
by Atty. Dennis Chua
Legal Buzz 
Read Atty. Dennis Chua’s previous articles by visiting our website at www.asianjournalusa.com
(Continued on page 5)
The Metamorphosis
 Read Ernie Delfin’s previous articles by visiting our website at www.asianjournalusa.
com
by Ernie Delfin
By Ernie D. Delfin
 LIGHT UP, ROTARY!”
RI theme for 2014-2015
You are the light of the world. A city set on a mountain cannot be hidden.  Nor they light a lamp and then put in under a bushel basket. It is set on the lampstand where it gives s light to all in the house!”
 ----- Matthew 5 : 14 -15
The Global Kalinga e-Rotary Club, one of the lst electronic-based Rotary Clubs in the Philippines and Asia was  born (chartered) on October 12, 2011 during the term of our indefatigable PDG Jess Cifra, with 40 charter mem- bers that included Past RI President MAT Caparas and GK founderTony
Meloto who lent their good name and
reputation to attract equally good heart-ed people. Our last name “Kalinga” literally means “giving tender care” emanating from several countries of the world --- from Austria to China, from Canada to America --- where our growing membership now resides.
Likened to a two-year old toddler, GKeRC is now restlessly walking
more as if it is already an established Rotary Club. Despite the lack of fellowship opportunities every week that traditional clubs have, there are also many advantages of an e-club that  primarily “meets” and communicates in cyberspace, with the 21st century social tools of communication, like the
internet, Skype, Twitter or Face Book
or Face Time. The lack of physical meetings that nurture closer fellowships coupled with the reality that many of our older members are not quite savvy
nor always wired to the Internet or Face
Book is probably the # 1 challenge of e-clubs. However, e-clubs can attract many quality people, including former Rotarians, especially those very busy  people or those who travel frequently
that attending a weekly meeting is
almost impossible. E-Rotary member-ship dues cost much lower as dinner or lunches, commuting expenses are mini-mal, resulting into lots of savings that can then be channeled to any worthy
Rotary project.
Despite all the above-mentioned challenges, however, this Rotarian leader who founded our GK e-Rotary Club is convinced that e-Clubs must be embraced and marketed more aggres-sively by all Rotarians in order to attract our young adults, the Next Generations after us, Baby Boomers. Although it is not mandated by RI, our e-Club since our charter date has decided to have
 physical meetings monthly to enjoy
for that necessary fellowship as well to hear our members’ craft talks, and to have great speakers to share their
Rotary knowledge and experiences, or
simply their unique professional exper-tise or vocations.
This optional meetings in Orange
County (where Disneyland Anaheim is situated) has become an invisible glue connecting our members stronger and faster. Our special dinner meeting last January 28th to host our DGE Sammy Pagdilao Jr. from Quezon City D-3780 who delivered a very inspiring address before our membership, with VIP guests in attendance, such as DG
Global Kalinga E-Rotary Club: The Bridge and Portal of Philip-pine Rotary Clubs to America
By: Dennis E. Chua, Esq.One way of obtaining an immigrant visa here in the United States is through a petition led by the US citizen or legal permanent resident spouse. The US citizen or legal permanent resident spouse must le an immigrant petition with the US Citizenship and Immigra-tions Services (USCIS) to start the immigrant visa process. Depending on where the beneciary spouse is at the time the petition is led, the beneciary spouse may either le an adjustment of status application concurrently with the immigrant petition to be led by the US citizen spouse or opt for consular pro-cessing if the beneciary spouse resides outside the United States.It will usually take several months  before the petition is approved by the USCIS or a visa issued to the benecia-ry spouse. In the meantime the spouses may have separated or are no longer liv-ing together as husband and wife. What then happens to the petition if it has not yet been approved; or if approved, what happens to the visa application? A lot of people think that the pending petition or adjustment of status application will  be denied since the spouses are no lon-ger living together. This is not necessar-
ily the case.
Current regulations and case decisions are in unison in stating that even though
the parties had separated and the mar-
riage was no longer viable, so long as the marriage was bona de at inception, the immigrant petition or adjustment of status application should not be denied.To illustrate, we revisit one of the cases that we have had the opportunity
to handle. In this case, Loreto entered
the country using a visitor’s visa. He did not leave the country when his authorized stay expired. He is now what we call a TNT. Unfortunately, he came under the radar of the immigration of-cials when he was convicted of a crime.
In the meantime, he got married to his
US citizen girlfriend, Danica while in removal proceedings. Danica led a  petition for Loreto. They were eventu-ally interviewed by the USCIS and after the interview, the USCIS approved the
 petition. For some reason, it took some
time before the immigration court could schedule a hearing date for Loreto. By the time a hearing date was scheduled, Loreto was no longer living together with Danica. The immigration judge is now requesting Loreto to submit proof that the marriage is still viable before he can proceed with his adjustment applica-tion in court. Loreto approached our of-ce when his former attorney of record withdrew from the case. Our ofce was then able to successfully argue before the Immigration Court that Loreto can still proceed with his adjustment ap- plication despite the fact that he was no longer living together with Danica.
 Atty. Dennis E. Chua is a partner in The Law Firm of Chua Tinsay and
Vega (CTV) - a full service law firm with offices in San Francisco, San  Diego, Sacramento and Manila. The
information presented in this article is  for general information only and is not, nor intended to be formal legal advice nor the formation of an attorney-client relationship. Call or e-mail CTV for an in-person or phone consultation to discuss your particular situation and/ or how their services may be retained at (415) 495-8088; (619) 955-6277; (916) 509-7280; Dchua@ctvattys.com
Immigrant Visa Issuance After
Spouses’ Separation
ABS CBN News | MANILA, 2/4/2014
-- While the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) has been listed as one of the worst airports in the world, it can  boast of honest workers.One of them is porter Jony Villon who recently returned $4,800 or more than P210,000 in cash to its rightful owner, who is an OFW.Villon said that as a former OFW in Israel, he understands how valuable an OFW's earnings are."Alam ko po ang hirap ng isang OFW, kung kaya hindi ko naisip na ibulsa yung napulot ko," Villon, breadwinner of his family, said.Back in April 2012, Mary Jennifer
Doroga, a janitress at NAIA Terminal
1, returned an estimated amount of P1.2 million worth of foreign money left by a
 passenger.Doroga, who was tasked to clean the
Customs arrival area at NAIA Terminal 1, found the money inside a wallet in a transparent plastic pouch.
The 33-year-old janitress is still the
 breadwinner of her family. All her sib-lings have their own families already."Siya lang ang mag isang aking katu-long tulong. Sabi ko nga mag-ano-ano
ka na sa sarili mo dahil matanda ka na,
ako matanda na rin, naku!" her mother
,Teodora, saidHad she chosen to keep the money,
all of her nancial woes could have ended. But Doroga said she values her
 principles more than money."Kahit pa na gipit ako, di ko naisip
itago yung pera. At least nakakatulog ako ng mahimbing dahil hindi ko pinag-interesan 'yung pera na 'yun," she said.Doroga said she is happy to be an inspiration to her fellow workers."Pag nakikita po nila ako, sinasabi nila, 'oi napanood kita! Good work,  pagbutihin mo!'" she said.
Like Doroga, porter Daniel Valentin
could have also ended his nancial  problems when he found P100,000 inside a wallet accidentally left behind  by a returning OFW from Dubai.But instead of keeping the money,
Valentin immediately called the atten-
tion of his superiors so they can return
the wallet to its owner.
Valentin said he never had second thoughts on keeping the wallet because he believes in karma.
"Hindi ko na po pinag-isipan na itago
ang wallet dahil alam ko na kung sino
man ang may-ari ay mayroon itong  paglalaanan," he said.
Alma Oandasan, sanitation head of the
 NAIA terminal 1, said while the airport
has been called worst in the world, we should still be proud of our honest kababayans."Worst airport man tayo in terms of facilities, dahil luma sa talaga itong terminal natin, pero ang masasabi ko
naman e honest ang ating mga janitors at kinararangal namin sila," she said.— 
with reports from Bettina Magsaysay and Raoul Esperas, ABS-CBN News
World's worst airport boasts
of honest porters
 
Page 3 Asian Journal - (619) 474-0588 Visit our website at http://www.asianjournalusa.comFebruary 7-13, 2014
Escondido, CA – Escondido Public Library and the Friends of Literacy Services will host the 10th Annual Scrabble-Thon tournament on Saturday, March 1, 2014 from 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM. The event will be held in the Social
Hall at the First United Methodist
Church of Escondido, located at 341 S.
Kalmia Street, Escondido, CA. Doors
open for player check-in at 8:00 AM. Tournament play begins at 9:00 AM.The tournament is open to adults and high school students. Players elect to  play in one of three divisions: Ad-vanced, Intermediate or Novice. Teams of four are encouraged, and teammates must compete within the same division. For more information about the tourna-ment, ofcial rules, and registration options, go to: library.escondido.org/scrabblethon2014.Pre-registration is required and is now open. The early registration fee for adults is $25.00, and the deadline is February 20, 2014. The registration fee for adults will be $30.00 after that date. The registration fee for high school students is $15.00.
Registration and payment options
include:Online – Register through PayPal with a credit card at library.escondido.org/scrabblethon2014.By Mail – Send a completed registra-tion form with a check payable to “EPL
Escondido Public Library Hosts 10th Annual Scrabble-Thon Fundraiser
Friends of Literacy Services” to:EPL Friends of Literacy Services, Escondido Public Library, 239 South Kalmia Street, Escondido, CA 92025In Person – Bring a completed reg-istration form and cash or check to the Escondido Public Library Literacy Ser-vices ofce located at 239 South Kalmia Street, Escondido, CA 92025.In addition to tournament play, there will be opportunity drawings for prizes and a silent auction at the event.Sponsored by the Escondido Public Library Friends of Literacy Services,  proceeds from the tournament will fund  basic literacy services and career readi-ness. The Escondido Public Library is located at 239 South Kalmia Street in Escondido. Contact Literacy Services at 760-839-5440 or visit the Library’s website library.escondido.org.
San Diego Museum Month,  presented by Macy’s, Febru-
ary 1-28, 2014!
Find a Macy’s store at
http://www.macys.com/store/locator/index.ognc
Museum Month is back for the 25th year in San Diego County. Presented  by Macy’s this popular event allows  participants to enjoy half-off entry fees at 44 San Diego Museum Council mem- bership museums.Museum Month 2014 is presented by:Macy’s
February is Museum Month! Sponsored by Macy’s. Pass for Half-Entry Fees at local stores.
Valley. The passes are free to obtain while supplies last. With a pass, up to four visitors can gain admission to any of the 44 participating museums for half-price. Plus, you can use the pass all month long!Museum Month, created by the San Diego Museum Council in 1989, draws tens of thousands of visitors to the region’s museums, historical sites, educational institutions and cultural centers. The savings encourages locals and visitors to explore the rich variety of arts, culture and science-oriented desti-nations. From the Oceanside Museum of Art down to the Tijuana Estuary, there are ample opportunities for edutainment, creating memories and fun for the whole family.Special thanks to Macy’s for their continued support and partnership for Museum Month 2014!To nd out more about upcoming San Diego Museum Council events and new museum exhibits and events please subscribe to our free e-newsletter.Thanks to the following Museum Month Participating Museums:Adobe ChapelBarona Cultural Center & MuseumBirch Aquarium at ScrippBonita Museum and Cultural Center California Surf MuseumCoronado Museum of History & ArtFlying Leatherneck Aviation MuseumGaslamp Museum at the William Heath Davis HouseHeritage of the Americas Museum
Japanese Friendship Garden
Junipero Serra Museum
La Jolla Historical Society
Living Coast Discovery Center and generously supported by:Commission for Arts & Culture - City of San DiegoCounty of San DiegoSan Diego MagazineSan Diego Tourism AuthorityThe Walrus 105.7 FM
KPRI 102.1 FM
Click here to nd the Macy’s store nearest you.
http://www.macys.com/store/locator/ index.ognc
Museum Month Passes may be picked up beginning February 1, 2014 at any of Macy’s fourteen locations in the San Diego Area, Temecula and Imperial
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