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As Makati Shangri-La temporarily closes its doors, let's look back at what the 27-year-old luxury hotel is known for.
We shouldn’t take comfort when we hear of the emergence of new variants that are "more transmissible, but no more deadly." Learn more here:
LOOK: This Grade 1 student is untroubled by gender stereotypes of children’s toys. In the worksheet, students are instructed to encircle toys that are for girls and box those for boys. The choices include jumping rope, robot, motorcycle, castle, & a Barbie doll. 📸: Dianne Agura
LOOK: The UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) report found guns of the same serial number reappearing in crime scenes of drug war killings, suggesting that Philippine police planted evidence of guns. | via @liannami
BREAKING: Metro Manila will be placed on lockdown from March 15 to April 14. No land, domestic air, and domestic sea travel to and from the capital region. #PresidentDuterte says an Executive Order will be issued on this. | via @rambotalabong
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Typhoon Ulysses continue to bring fierce winds and rain in Metro Manila. Power outages have also been reported due to the typhoon. Here are emergency hotlines from various offices to take note of in case of emergency. 📷 PIA-NCR #UlyssesPH
Did you know? RA 10175 or the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012 punishes the creation of accounts using someone else’s identity. Those found guilty of committing computer-related identity theft will serve jail time of 6-12 years, or will be meted a fine of at least P200,000.