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Asian Journal April 8, 2011 edition

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HEADLINE: Philippine Tourist Arrivals Hit All-Time High in 2010, p 1; Lower Your Nets by Msgr Gutierrez - Resuscitation and Resurrection, P 11; As the Bamboos Sway by Rudy Liporada - What Will Tita Cory Say?, p 8; ShowBiz Watcher by Ogie Cruz - MTCRB Says Punitive Sanctions Should be Imposed on Willie's Show, p 16; FOLLOWING THE MARCOS MONEY - Hunt for Tyrant's millions leads to former model's home, p 1; Ferdinand Marcos' girl is shown the door, p 1; FEATURES: ABC News Features Philippine Center for Pop Music, p 1; Cebu Pacific to Expand Workforce by 2000 in 4 years, page 1; FEATURES: Letter from Fukushima - A Vietnamese Japanese Police Officer's Account, p 1; LEGAL BUZZ by Atty Dennis Chua, Chua Tinsay Vega Law Office IMMIGRATION LAWYERS - Marriage Fraud Interviews p 2; SAN DIEGO NEWS: Consular Outreach in National City CA April 30 to May 1, 2011; SAN DIEGO NEWS: Local Students Raise Funds for Japan, p 3; Weekend Sale on Trees and Orchids - VIsta Orchard Grows Giant Atis, Guava p 3 ilovebayabas@gmail.com; ADVERTISEMENT: BARONA CASINO Hop on the Cash Train, Its Gonna Get Wild p 3; Contemporary Asian American Issues by Dr Ofelia Dirige, PhD, MPH - 7th of a Series on Bi- or Multicultural Children, Moving through Darder's Sphere: From Cultural Alientation to Cultural Dualism and Cultural Negotiation (Guest Writers: Christina McManus and Erika Kelsey) p 4; AT LARGE by Miles Beauchamp, PhD - Getting Healthy p 4; Immigration 911 by Atty Susan V Perez - Resurrecting your I-130 Petition when the Petitioner Dies p 5; ADVERTISEMENT: Sycuan Casino Ka-Ching-Ko April 5 - May 9, p 5; HEALTH NEWS: New Mask to Defend Against TB p 5; HEALTH NEWS: CBP Notifies Travelers of New Regulations for Cooked Poultry Meat and Eggs from Mexico, p 5; TAKE IT FROM MY BARBER by Benjamin Maynigo - The Philippines' PG and America's PG, p 6; PHILIPPINE NEWS: Government banks on tech vs. illegal recruiters, ill treatment of departing Pinoys, p 6; Phil-Am Law 101 by Atty Rogelio Karagdag Jr - They Revoked My Greencard! p 7; SAN DIEGO NEWS: Apple Story Robbery in Otay Ranch Mall, p 7; TOURISM: Ang Taiwan Reality Programs ay naghahanap ng mga manlalakbay para tuklasin ang kanilang Formosa Island sa darating na summer , p 7; CALIFORNIA COMMUNITIES: Small and Neighborhood Business Protection Act Passes Governance and Finance Committee (6-3) p 7; AS THE BAMBOOS SWAY by Rudy D Liporada - What Will Tita Cory Say, p 8; LAUGHING MATTER: Two Kinds of People, p 8; INSURANCE MATTERS by Jerry Salcedo - Why Condo Owners Need Insurance, p 9; COMPLICATED AFFAIRS by Simeon G. Silverio Jr. - Last Chance (Chapter 12), p 10; ADVERTISEMENT: DirecTV PINOY and English Package may Libreng HD na!, p 10; BALINTATAW by Virginia H. Ferrer - Para Sa Iyo (1) p 11; Amberwood Homes by Watt Communities 1104 WoodCrest Lane Vista, CA 92083, 760-727-2945, 3-4 Bedrooms, Priced from $399,900 p 12; ENTERTAINMENT: Aljur, Kris Support Each Other, p 13; Maja, Matteo Inseperable, p 13; Jeol says sorry to Lovi, p 13; LIGHT AND SHADOWS by Zena Sultana Babao - Great Thoughts from Great Minds, Part II, p 14; PUBLIC NOTICE: San Diego Housing Commission Notice of Public Hearing for FY2012 Emergency Shelter Grant (ESG) Entitlement Funds Proposed Allocations Public Hearing on April 15, p 14; PHILIPPINE NEWS: Iloilo Capitol PRO6 inensify drive vs human trafficking, p 14; NBI 6 naps NPA in extort spree, p 14; TRENDS: Otay Ranch Town Center Announces 2011 Prom Dress Trends, p 15; Verizon Wireless Brings Consumers Up to Speed with NEw 4G LTE Mobile Devices, p 15; California Communities: Women and the Global Economy, International Museum of Women: April 21, 2011 Mills College - Young Women Speaking the Economy, an online exhibition by 44 women from four countries, p 15; Entertainment: Celine Dion Begins Momentous Return to the Colosseum at Caesar's Palace, p 16; STREET POETRY by Michael R. Tagudin - Hero, p 17; Mga Tulang Tagalog ni Romeo Nicolas - Mga Sinyal sa "Corruption", p 17; SAN DIEGO NEWS: 8th Annual Ladies Da
HEADLINE: Philippine Tourist Arrivals Hit All-Time High in 2010, p 1; Lower Your Nets by Msgr Gutierrez - Resuscitation and Resurrection, P 11; As the Bamboos Sway by Rudy Liporada - What Will Tita Cory Say?, p 8; ShowBiz Watcher by Ogie Cruz - MTCRB Says Punitive Sanctions Should be Imposed on Willie's Show, p 16; FOLLOWING THE MARCOS MONEY - Hunt for Tyrant's millions leads to former model's home, p 1; Ferdinand Marcos' girl is shown the door, p 1; FEATURES: ABC News Features Philippine Center for Pop Music, p 1; Cebu Pacific to Expand Workforce by 2000 in 4 years, page 1; FEATURES: Letter from Fukushima - A Vietnamese Japanese Police Officer's Account, p 1; LEGAL BUZZ by Atty Dennis Chua, Chua Tinsay Vega Law Office IMMIGRATION LAWYERS - Marriage Fraud Interviews p 2; SAN DIEGO NEWS: Consular Outreach in National City CA April 30 to May 1, 2011; SAN DIEGO NEWS: Local Students Raise Funds for Japan, p 3; Weekend Sale on Trees and Orchids - VIsta Orchard Grows Giant Atis, Guava p 3 ilovebayabas@gmail.com; ADVERTISEMENT: BARONA CASINO Hop on the Cash Train, Its Gonna Get Wild p 3; Contemporary Asian American Issues by Dr Ofelia Dirige, PhD, MPH - 7th of a Series on Bi- or Multicultural Children, Moving through Darder's Sphere: From Cultural Alientation to Cultural Dualism and Cultural Negotiation (Guest Writers: Christina McManus and Erika Kelsey) p 4; AT LARGE by Miles Beauchamp, PhD - Getting Healthy p 4; Immigration 911 by Atty Susan V Perez - Resurrecting your I-130 Petition when the Petitioner Dies p 5; ADVERTISEMENT: Sycuan Casino Ka-Ching-Ko April 5 - May 9, p 5; HEALTH NEWS: New Mask to Defend Against TB p 5; HEALTH NEWS: CBP Notifies Travelers of New Regulations for Cooked Poultry Meat and Eggs from Mexico, p 5; TAKE IT FROM MY BARBER by Benjamin Maynigo - The Philippines' PG and America's PG, p 6; PHILIPPINE NEWS: Government banks on tech vs. illegal recruiters, ill treatment of departing Pinoys, p 6; Phil-Am Law 101 by Atty Rogelio Karagdag Jr - They Revoked My Greencard! p 7; SAN DIEGO NEWS: Apple Story Robbery in Otay Ranch Mall, p 7; TOURISM: Ang Taiwan Reality Programs ay naghahanap ng mga manlalakbay para tuklasin ang kanilang Formosa Island sa darating na summer , p 7; CALIFORNIA COMMUNITIES: Small and Neighborhood Business Protection Act Passes Governance and Finance Committee (6-3) p 7; AS THE BAMBOOS SWAY by Rudy D Liporada - What Will Tita Cory Say, p 8; LAUGHING MATTER: Two Kinds of People, p 8; INSURANCE MATTERS by Jerry Salcedo - Why Condo Owners Need Insurance, p 9; COMPLICATED AFFAIRS by Simeon G. Silverio Jr. - Last Chance (Chapter 12), p 10; ADVERTISEMENT: DirecTV PINOY and English Package may Libreng HD na!, p 10; BALINTATAW by Virginia H. Ferrer - Para Sa Iyo (1) p 11; Amberwood Homes by Watt Communities 1104 WoodCrest Lane Vista, CA 92083, 760-727-2945, 3-4 Bedrooms, Priced from $399,900 p 12; ENTERTAINMENT: Aljur, Kris Support Each Other, p 13; Maja, Matteo Inseperable, p 13; Jeol says sorry to Lovi, p 13; LIGHT AND SHADOWS by Zena Sultana Babao - Great Thoughts from Great Minds, Part II, p 14; PUBLIC NOTICE: San Diego Housing Commission Notice of Public Hearing for FY2012 Emergency Shelter Grant (ESG) Entitlement Funds Proposed Allocations Public Hearing on April 15, p 14; PHILIPPINE NEWS: Iloilo Capitol PRO6 inensify drive vs human trafficking, p 14; NBI 6 naps NPA in extort spree, p 14; TRENDS: Otay Ranch Town Center Announces 2011 Prom Dress Trends, p 15; Verizon Wireless Brings Consumers Up to Speed with NEw 4G LTE Mobile Devices, p 15; California Communities: Women and the Global Economy, International Museum of Women: April 21, 2011 Mills College - Young Women Speaking the Economy, an online exhibition by 44 women from four countries, p 15; Entertainment: Celine Dion Begins Momentous Return to the Colosseum at Caesar's Palace, p 16; STREET POETRY by Michael R. Tagudin - Hero, p 17; Mga Tulang Tagalog ni Romeo Nicolas - Mga Sinyal sa "Corruption", p 17; SAN DIEGO NEWS: 8th Annual Ladies Da

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What Will Tita CorySay? .. p 8
Resuscitation and Resurrection. p 11
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Philippine tourist arrivals hit all-time high in 2010
(Continued on page 10)
Cebu Paci c to expand work-
force by 2000 in 4 years
(Continued on page 19)
Hunt for tyrant’s millions leadsto former model’s home
Following the Marcos Money 
(Continued on page 8)
The following article originally published in2004 is reprinted in light of the recent news that 
Analisa Hegyesi was  red from her reality show
in Australia because of her alleged parentage.— PERRY DIAZ  
EXCLUSIVE | By Frank Walker, July 4, 2004,The Sun-Herald -- A former Sydney swimwear model is at the centre of renewed attempts tolocate millions of dollars sent out of the Philip-pines by former dictator Ferdi-nand Marcos.Evelin Hegyesi,who modelledmink bikinis inthe 1970s andonce graced the pages of Playboy magazine,is now a 57-year-old eastern suburbs multi-millionaire with a waterfront Point Piper man-sion and several investment companies.She also has a Eurasian daughter, Analisa,now living with Dean Fleming, son of thewealthy racing and fruit markets family worth$270 million.She called the baby Analisa Josefa. Josefa isthe name of Marcos’s mother.An international investigation over severalweeks by The Sun-Herald has uncovereddocuments that show that some of MsHegyesi’s Australian
companies have  nancial
links with secret Marcos accounts kept inSwitzerland and Liechtenstein.They have come to light after Swiss authori-ties lifted the country’s notoriously strict bank secrecy laws, allowing investigators access tosecret bank records of the dictator, who died in1989.The Sun-Herald last night revealed the con-tents of a dossier on the Australian link to theMarcos money to the Philippines authoritycharged with chasing the $10 billion the latedictator stole from his country.A spokesman for the Presidential Commis-sion on Good Government (PCGG) said they 
(From Good News Philip-
pines)
-- The Center for PopMusic Philippines, renowned
widely as the  rst, the larg-
est, and the number one poptraining school in the coun-try, was featured in ABCNews Nightline recently.An award-winning newsprogram in the US, ABCNews Nightline is the most-watched late-night programfor the 2009-2010 seasons,outperforming the TonightShow and The Late Showwith David Letterman intotal viewers.In its episode entitled“The Lounge Singers: Travelto the Lounge Singing Capi-tal of the World,” Nightlinestated that the Philippines
Charice Pempenco, famous
graduate of Center for Pop Music
(From Good News Philip-
pines)
-- Cebu Paci c Air 
plans to increase its work-force in the next four yearsas the airline seeks to acquiremore aircrafts.
In a statement, the Gokon-gwei-led carrier said it willspend $ 1 billion in the nextfour years on 19 brand-newAirbus aircraft in an interna-tional and domestic expansionthat will require the hiring of 2,000 more employees.The budget airline also spendP300 million this year to pro-mote the Philippines abroad.
“Cebu Pacic has already
created over 4,300 jobs, 500 of 
(Continued on page 2)
 
April 8-14, 2011
Rudy LiporadaMsgr. Gutierrez Ogie Cruz
MTCRB Says: PunitiveSanctions Should Be Imposed On Willie’s Show .. P 16 
ABC News features Phl’s
Center for Pop Music
Cebu Pacic  ight crew
Letter from Fukushima:
A Vietnamese-Japanese police
of cer’s account
Playboy model Evelin Hegyesistarted working as a bikini model 
when she was 19. Inset: Ferdinand MarcosSins of the father ... Analisa Josefa
Hegyesi, daughter of Ferdinand Marcos
/ Pic: Robert Rosen Source: The DailyTelegraph
( From Good News Phil-
ippines)
-- Tourist arrivals inthe Philippines reached anall-time high of 3.52 mil-lion last year as increasingly
af uent South Koreans andChinese  ocked to its tropi-
cal attractions, the govern-ment said Friday.Visitor numbers in 2010beat the previous recorddespite a bus hijacking that
left eight Hong Kong tourists
dead in August and a seriesof travel alerts by Westernnations in November warn-ing of an imminent terror attack The number of tourists ar-riving in the Philippines rose16.68% over the previousyear, with East Asians, led
by South Koreans, account-
ing for nearly half the total,the tourism ministry said in astatement.“The improved economiccondition in these marketsboosted their outbound traf-
c,” the statement said.The  nal numbers topped
the annual target of 3.3 mil-lion set by President BenignoAquino’s government, whichis seeking to boost touristarrivals to six million by the
time he leaves of ce in mid-
2016.
Traf c from fellow As-
sociation of Southeast AsianNations members shouldsurge this year after passen-ger air services were liberal-ized within the 10-nationeconomic bloc in November last year, the ministry said.The previous record for arrivals was set in 2008 with3.14 million visitors.The Philippines is target-ing 3.7 million tourist arriv-als this year, but this is stilljust a fraction of the touristnumbers enjoyed by South-east Asian neighbors such asThailand.
Paoay Church in Ilocos
Ferdinand Marcos’ girl
is shown the door
Reprinted from The Daily Tele-
graph
| March 30, 2011 12:00AM -
- TAKE one home makeover reality
show, add a contestant with serious in-terior designing credibility - and thenapparently take it all away at the lastminute because her dad was a corruptAsian dictator.That’s what Bondi designer AnalisaHegyesi - an Australian-based daughter of former Philippines leader FerdinandMarcos- says she was told when pro-duction company Shine Australia rangher on Monday to say she was no longer part of its planned Renovators show.
The Channel 10 series starts  lming
next week, with a team of profession-als locked down in an apartment block 
Editor’s note: This letter,written by a Vietnameseimmigrant working inFukishima as a policemanto a friend in Vietnam, is
circulated on facebook 
among the VietnameseDiaspora. It is an ex-traordinary testimony to
the Japanese spirit and strength and dignity. And it’s an interesting slice of life near the epic center 
of Japan’s current crisis,the Fukushima’s nuclear power 
plant.
Brother, how are you andyour family? These last fewdays everything was in chaos.them last year. We have alsorevived local tourism and havehelped generate jobs and op-portunities in the provinces,”Lance Gokongwei, Cebu
Paci c’s president and chief 
executive said.
 
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LEGAL BUZZ by Dennis E.Chua, Esq., Chua Tinsay VegaLaw Of ces
| SAN DIEGO |SAN FRANCISCO | MANILA,4/8/2011 -- Our factual sce-nario begins with the story of a tourist who enters the UnitedStates as a visitor for pleasure.At the port of entry, she wasonly givenan authorizedstay of threemonths.Upon her entry, shewasted notime andstarted tour-ing the coun-try, visitingher friends and relatives. Sheliked the country so much suchthat she decided not to go back to her home country. A fewyears later, she met someonewho was 15 years younger thanher. Despite their age, theyfell in love with each other andeventually got married.Since her spouse was a US
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and taken to various propertiesto make them over.Hegyesi told us she made it
to the nal cut after months o
auditions and interviews - butwas dumped after she mentionedwho her father was to producerslast week.“The thing is that I’ve had tojuggle my business and clientsto make time for the show af-ter I was asked to audition andwas then chosen from hundredsof people around Australia,” shetold The Daily Telegraph yester-day.“I was chosen on my ownmerits but then I was droppeddue to aspects of my private lifewhich I will not discuss.“I was told there was a fear,too, attention would be paid tome and not the show and other contestants.”A Shine insider told the Tele-graph that staff thought it washarsh to drop her for “the sins of her father” who ruled the Philip-pines from 1965 to 1986 beforehe was deposed in a people’srevolution.“A lot of people think it’s re-ally unfair,” the source said.Hegyesi was born in Austra-
Ferdinand Marcos’
girl is shown the door
lia to her mother Evelin, a for-mer Sydney swimwear model.A Ten spokeswoman claimedHegyesi’s ejection was routine.
“Casting has not been  na-
lised and we are still speakingto a number of different people,”she said.
 
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April 8-14, 2011
(Continued on page 23)
Students from San Di-ego Platt College, MediaArts and Design Schoolrecently wrapped uptheir fund raising projectto assist victims of theearthquake and tsunamiin Japan. Selling greentea and Japanese snackson campus, students wereable to generate $3,100 .Dean of Education, Mar-keta Hancova, said thestudents felt compelled tohelp for several reasons.First, one of the educa-tional goals of Platt Col-lege is to cultivate a senseof global citizenry. “Our students have volunteeredto clean beaches in SanDiego, raised moneyfor victims of the Haitiearthquake and empow-ered themselves to engage in theelectoral process,” said Han-cova. “Platt College also feelsspecial connection with Japanbecause a group of 25 studentsvisited the country on a culturaland educational visit in 2009.
Local Students Raise Funds for Japan
We returned impressed by thepeople,culture and lifestyle of Japan.”“During the visit our studentswere fascinated to learn abouttraditional Japanese art likewood prints, but were especiallyexcited to visit the birthplaceof anime,” said Hancova.“Students come to Platt
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see rsthand how Japanese
technology has evolved andgrown over the years.”While in Japan, studentsfrom Platt College vis-ited Tokyo, Hiroshima,
Kamakura, Kyoto, Nara and
Mount Fuji. “We studiedthe architecture of shrines,temples, palaces, castles,Japanese history and reli-gion,” said Hancova. Stu-dents also visited HiroshimaMemorial Peace Park, a sitewhich is devoted to promot-ing world peace. The PeacePark permanently displaysorigami paper cranes, a Japa-nese tradition that is believedto have a magical effect. Plattstudents created 1,200 origamicranes which will be sent to the
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