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Monday, 3 August 2015

Esang wins The Voice Kids Season 2 Battle Rounds (Video)

Watch The Voice Kids PH 2015 Battle Performance: “Somewhere Out There” by Bianca vs Esang vs Stephanie.

Esang is one of the most talented kids that joined the voice kids Philippines. Her diction and her control when she sing is incredible.

Bianca is cute but still very raw. Stephanie actually impressed me. She could mature as a better singer in the future. Esang is in a league of her own. She's a natural performer but more importantly she has solid vocal control that's even better than some of her older counterparts.

Since her blind audition, there is that mark in Esang that will make her a contender for the title. On the other hand, I personally thought that though Esang was great, Stephanie also shows her strong vocals which I guess Esang felt nervous.

Saturday, 1 August 2015

Zhepanie wins The Voice Kids Season 2 Battle Rounds (Video)

Watch The Voice Kids Philippines 2015 Battle Performance: “I Can” by Joshua vs Zephanie vs Ken Jhon.

I Can is the Theme Song of Do-Re-Mi The Movie with Donna Cruz, Mikee Cojuangco and Regine Velasquez.

Do Re Mi is a 1996 Filipino Tagalog language musical comedy film directed by Ike Jarlego Jr. and released by Neo Films. It stars Donna Cruz, Regine Velasquez, and Mikee Cojuangco. The movie is considered to be the most successful Filipino musical comedy of all time. The film's title is a play between the solfège and a portmanteau using the first two letters of Donna Cruz, Regine Velasquez, and Mikee Cojuangco's first names.

The film was the biggest musical comedy film released in the Philippines.

This song is so meaningful, it is not literally means that we can really fly but it means that we can reach our aims if we sacrifice. I really love this song because of its dedication to life. In this statement "i can be your good friend" for me this means that after all the after all the sacrifices and success in life you still friendly to those people behind.

I can live, I can love
I can reach the heavens above
I can right what is wrong
I can sing just any song
I can dance, I can fly
And touch the rainbow in the sky
I can be your good friend
I can love you until the end

What took you so long to make me see
How lucky I am cause I am free
Free to do the things I wanna do
What took you so long to make me feel
I can give love, a love so real
What took you so long to let me know

That I can live, I can love
I can reach the heavens above
I can right what is wrong
I can sing just any song
I can dance, I can fly
And touch the rainbow in the sky
I can be your good friend
I can love you until the end

What took you so long to make me cry
So I'll know the reasons why
I'm so lucky I could smile
I didn't know this for a while

I can live, I can love
I can reach the heavens above
I can right what is wrong
I can sing just any song
I can dance, I can fly
And touch the rainbow in the sky
I can be your good friend
I can love you until the end

I can dance, I can fly
And touch the rainbow in the sky
I can be your good friend
I can love you until the end


How to Apply Online for OEC for Balik Manggagawa (OFW) and Pay at EC Pay

OEC Now Available on EC pay Branches. No need to fali in along queque, OFW's now has aan option to pay and get their OEC at EC Pay Branches.

Payments for POEA Overseas Employment Certificate (OEC) Online Application are now accepted thru ECPay's Accredited Collection Partners nationwide.

EC Pay or Electronic Commerce Payment is the most convenient, reliable and secure one-stop shop for all your payment and topup service needs in the country today!

Procedure on Application of OEC Online
  1. Visit the Balik Manggagawa website. For first time users, applicants are required to register details such as name, birthday and gender and provide an active email address to receive verification.
  2. Once account has been verified, return to the Balik Manggagawa website and log in. Prepare documents such as passport and visa copy, original OEC – must be issued in the Philippines.
  3. Fill out the information sheet and enter date of departure from the Philippines.
  4. For first time OEC applicants, an appointment system allows them to choose where and when to pick the OEC.
  5. After clicking ‘Set Appointment’, review the details of the form as it appears on the page for preview.
  6. For return visitors who don’t need appointment at designated pickup points, user will be led to an e-payment facility where he or she can choose to pay using online banking systems/ or you can pay at EC Pay Branches. Upon payment, user will be led to the “self-print” option. Print three copies of the OEC along with the system-generated certificates and receipts.

Friday, 31 July 2015

Six Mindanao provinces make it to the Top 10 of the 2015 National Competitive Index

Six Mindanao provinces made it to the top 10 of the 2015 Cities and Municipalities Competitive Index of the National Competitiveness Council (NCC) reflecting economic dynamism, government efficiency, and infrastructure growth of the island-region in the recent years.

Four Mindanao provinces dominated the top five most competitive provinces with Davao del Sur leading the pack as the most competitive province in the Philippines with an overall score of 46.11, followed by Misamis Oriental in second with an overall score of 38.93.

South Cotabato placed fourth with a score of 36.42, while Zamboanga del Sur ranked fifth with a score of 35.88. Agusan del Norte, on the other hand placed seventh with a score of 35.70 while Camiguin ranked tenth with 34.21.

“These rankings are indicators that efforts from both government and private sectors to push for Mindanao’s increased competitiveness and growth are now bearing fruits,” said Undersecretary Janet Lopoz, executive director of Mindanao Development Authority (MinDA) during a program overview for the Southern Mindanao Industrial Tour.

She added the high placement of Mindanao provinces and LGUs in the recent rankings also firms up Mindanao’s position as a major business and investment destination in the Philippines.

According to the NCC, the scoring of the qualified provinces are based on population and income weighted average of the overall scores of cities and municipalities under a province.

In the cities ranking, Davao City and Cagayan de Oro clinched positions in the top 10 most competitive cities ranking fifth and sixth respectively.

Three municipalities from SOCCSKSARGEN on the other hand made it to the top 10 in the “all municipalities category,” namely, Kabacan, Midsayap, and Polomolok, placing fourth, eighth and tenth, respectively. The three municipalities also placed similar ranks in the first class and second class municipalities category, with Midsayap clinching the ninth place.

Under the third and sixth class municipalities category, Mambajao, Camiguin was awarded the most competitive municipality while Nasipit in Agusan del Norte placed fourth.

The ranking of the cities and municipalities are based on their economic dynamism, government efficiency, and infrastructure.

Philippine Social Media Directory Full List

List of gov't-managed Facebook and Twitter accounts to follow during disasters.


The Official Gazette collates and amplifies announcements from agencies of the national government. We likewise release advisories on weather disturbances, as well as reports on government action and response to emergencies. The website, through its social media, also publishes consolidated crisis response information, as well as supplemental material to agency releases (like briefers on storm surges and flooding, guides to agency advisories, and public safety warnings). Follow us on Facebook and on Twitter.

For announcements on class suspensions, follow the Department of EducationFacebook | Twitter
For updates on relief operations—from the prepositioning of goods to their distribution, and to post-emergency care like situationers regarding evacuation centers—follow the Department of Social Welfare and DevelopmentFacebook | Twitter

For updates and announcements on weather disturbances, including typhoon forecasts and storm signals, follow PAGASA: Facebook | Twitter

For information on volcanic activities, earthquakes, and tsunamis, follow PHIVOLCSFacebook | Twitter

To get detailed reports on the national government’s disaster risk reduction efforts, including directives to and coordination with local government units, follow the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management CouncilFacebook | Twitter

For Metro Manila residents who would like to receive flood and traffic updates, follow the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority: Facebook | Twitter

For updates on health care provision during emergencies, as well as relevant public health advisories, follow the Department of Health: Facebook | Twitter

For announcements on transportation-related concerns such as flight cancellations, follow the Department of Transportation and CommunicationsFacebook | Twitter

For announcements on flight cancellations at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) and other airport service concerns, follow the Manila International Airport AuthorityTwitter
For updates on the country’s sea transportation, and maritime search and rescue operations, follow the Philippine Coast GuardFacebook | Twitter

For updates on the Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Response movements of the military, follow the Armed Forces of the PhilippinesFacebook Twitter

For announcements regarding power distribution lines, follow the National Grid Corporation of the PhilippinesFacebook Twitter

For updates on airport status such as airport closures, and resumption of operations, follow the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines: Twitter

For emergency requests, and for updates from your respective localities (e.g., class suspension announcements and flood updates), follow:
  • Local governments in Metro Manila
  • Local governments outside Metro Manila
  • Philippine Information Agency (PIA) regional accounts
A note on the unified system of hashtags employed during weather disturbances:
During storms, the name of the storm with the PH suffix (e.g. #YolandaPH) is used; #walangpasok to announce and track class and work suspensions; #floodPH to report or warn against flooding; #reliefPH to track information on relief efforts; #rescuePH and #safenow for rescue operations.
* For local government units who would like to have their active social media accounts added to the list above, please email us at feedback@pcdspo.gov.ph

Thursday, 30 July 2015

I can't Update to Windows 10- What to Do?

Why can't I activate Windows 10?

If you received a message saying that Windows 10 couldn't be activated, here are a few reasons why it might not have worked, and some things you can try to fix the problem. For more info about activation errors not listed on this page, see Get help with Windows 10 activation errors.

For additional help with the activation process, go to the product activation article.

How to Install Windows 10, please click HERE!

You upgraded to Windows 10 for free from Windows 7 Service Pack 1 orWindows 8.1 Update

If you upgraded to Windows 10 for free and ended up in a non-activated state, try following these steps:

Go to Start , then select Settings > Update & security > Activation.

Select Go to Store, and check to see if a valid license is available for your device. If a license isn't available, you'll need to buy Windows from the Store.


This only applies if you haven't made changes to the hardware for your device.You upgraded to Windows 10, but didn't have a previous version or the correct edition of Windows installed (error 0xC004F061)

If you see error 0xC004F061 when you try to activate Windows 10, it means one of the following:

You're using a product key to upgrade to Windows 10, but a previous version of Windows wasn't installed on your PC. To update, you need to have Windows 8 or Windows 7 already on your PC.

If you formatted or replaced your hard drive, you won't be able to use a product key to update to Windows 10. You'll need to install your previous version of Windows, and then reinstall Windows 10.

A different version of Windows or the product key might have been used as part of a repair

If you took your PC to a repair shop or to someone who builds and fixes PCs, it's possible that a different version of Windows was installed to complete a repair. Or, if a different product key was used for your PC during the repair, that key might be blocked if it was used on more PCs than the Microsoft Software License Terms allow.

If Windows was activated before your PC was repaired or rebuilt, then re-entering the product key that came with your PC or original copy of Windows might solve the problem. You can also try reinstalling your original version of Windows.

One copy of Windows might have been installed on multiple PCs (error 0xC004C008)

If you have one copy of Windows and installed it on more than one PC, activation might not work because the product key has already been used on another PC, or it's being used on more PCs than the Microsoft Software License Terms allow.

If your product key is being used on more PCs than the Microsoft Software License Terms allow, you'll need to buy a new product key or copy of Windows for each of your PCs in order to activate them.

Counterfeit software

If you have a counterfeit copy of Windows that wasn't published and licensed by Microsoft, activation won't work because Microsoft won't be able to create a match between your PC's hardware profile and your 25-character product key.

The How to Tell webpage on the Microsoft website can help you figure out if your copy of Windows is counterfeit. If it is, you'll need to buy a new copy of Windows.

Used PC

If you bought a used PC with Windows already installed on it, it's possible that the product key is being used on more PCs than the Microsoft Software License Terms allow.

You might need to ask the seller you bought the used PC from for the original Windows DVD and product key. If the DVD and product key aren't available, or if you tried them and still can't activate, you'll need to buy a new key or copy of Windows.

Hardware changes

If you made substantial hardware changes to your PC, such as replacing your hard drive or motherboard, Windows might no longer be activated on your PC. For info on how to activate your PC, see the product activation article.

COL FInancial opens COL Fund Source, the country's First Mutual Fund Supermarket

Build Wealth with COL Fund Source. COL Financial would like to introduce to you their newest wealth-building product called COL Fund Source, the country's First Mutual Fund Supermarket. It is now possible for you to diversify and expand your portfolio by investing in mutual funds using your COL account.

There are 24 mutual funds available for investment from the top fund houses, namely ATRAM, ALFM (BPI)*, First Metro Asset Management, PhilAm Asset Management, Philequity and Sun Life Asset Management.

In addition to offering access to these investments using a single platform, COL also provides a selection of resources to help investors make the smart choice. To learn more about investing in mutual funds, you can attend a COL seminar by registering through this link

For any questions, please email them at fundsource@colfinancial.com and they will attend to you immediately.

Wednesday, 29 July 2015

AlDub The Unexpected Love Team

ALDUB TheUnExpectedLoveTeam fight for someone you truly love and the one who makes you complete.

The chemistry between Alden Richards and Yaya Dub were just accidental. While Yaya Dub was doing a live funny dubsmash, the camera caught Alden Richards laughing and being amused with Yaya Dub’s performance. Yaya Dub then saw Alden on the monitor which made her conscious. Remember how you felt when your crush finally noticed you? That’s how their first encounter felt.

#AlDub Day 9 <3
Malalaman natin ang sikretong sinasabi ni Lola Ni Dora sa takdang panahon!Good Evening!#AlDub Day 9! #KiligPaMore
Posted by Eat Bulaga on Saturday, 25 July 2015
#AlDub Day 11: Si Senyora Celia at ang Mystery Caller
#AlDub Day 11 na!#KiligPaMore #AlDubPaMore!
Posted by Eat Bulaga on Tuesday, 28 July 2015
Meanwhile, watch a 4-year old girl Asha being affected by Lola Nidora being rude to Yaya Dub as she wanted Lola Nidora to put behind bars.

Friday, 24 July 2015

LRT-1 to buy 120 brand new train coaches, as part of the LRT Cavite Extension Project

With shipment scheduled to push through on July 29, the prototype is expected and to arrive at the Port of Manila within the week of August 10-14. After assembly and static testing of the unit’s components such as the doors, seats, poles, and hand straps, dynamic testing will be conducted in mid-November.

New Trains for LRT-1
Aside from the MRT-3, the Light Rail Transit (LRT) Line 1 will also acquire thirty (30) 4-car trains or one hundred twenty (120) coaches as part of the Cavite Extension Project, which will extend the current line from Baclaran to Niog in Bacoor, Cavite. This will be bid out later this year.
 PNR Resumes Operations
Meanwhile, the Philippine National Railways (PNR) resumes operations starting today, after its derailment last April and the rehabilitation works that followed. Rail safety concerns identified by third-party consultant TUV Rheinland have been satisfactorily addressed, leading to the DOTC’s approval of the resumption of PNR’s operations. However, only the commuter service from Tutuban-Alabang will run in the meantime as further works are still being implemented in other sections of the tracks.

Additional LRT-2 Station for Beep Cards
Lastly, with the successful pilot test of the new tap-and-go ticketing system for the metropolis’ light rail lines at the Legarda station of the LRT-2 system earlier this week, the DOTC and LRTA are introducing the smart card-based scheme to the Betty Go Belmonte station starting today. The 9 remaining stations will also be activated over the next 2 weeks, before the new ticketing system is implemented at LRT-1 and MRT-3.

SONA 2015- July 27 Class Suspension

Here are the List of schools where classes have been suspended on July 27, 2015. 

The State of the Nation Address, or SONA, is delivered by the President of the Philippines every year. In it, the chief executive reports on the state of the country, unveils the government’s agenda for the coming year, and may also propose to Congress certain legislative measures. The SONA is a constitutional obligation, required by Article VII, Section 23 of the 1987 Constitution:
“[T]he President shall address the Congress at the opening of its regular session.” Moreover, Article VI, Section 15 prescribes that the Congress “shall convene once every year on the fourth Monday of July for its regular session.”

In view of the forthcoming State of the Nation Address (SONA) of President Benigno Aquino III, classes in the following schools are suspended on July 27, 2015:

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLSCommonwealth Elementary School
Pres. C. Aquino Elementary School
Dona Juana Elementary School
Holy Spirit Elementary School
Lagro Elementary School
North Fairview Elementary School
Bagong Silangan Elementary School
Culiat Elementary School
New Era Elementary School
Melencio Castelo Elementary School
Payatas B. Elementary School
Payatas C Elementary School
Payatas B Annex Elementary School
Lupang Pangako Elementary School
San Diego Elementary School
Fairview Elementary School
Benigno Aquino Elementary School
Manuel L. Quezon Elementary School
West Fairview Elementary School
Old Balara Elementary School
Balara Elementary School
SECONDARY SCHOOLSCommonwealth High School
Batasan Hills National High School
Judge Feliciano Belmonte High School
Holy Spirit National High School
Lagro High School
North Fairview High School
Bagong Silangan High School
Culiat High School
New Era High School
Justice Cecilia Munoz Palma High School
Balara High School
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