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  • Out of the barrio, Into the world

    Posted by: Illustrado NJ - Jan. 29 2015

    You are not in the barrio anymore. Welcome to the world. A whirlwind swept you off your lovely days in the village and plonked you here in the middle of the bizarre landscape that is the life of the struggling expatriate. Yours was a life of comfort and predictability in the barrio, but this gnarly province offers no such niceties. You are Frodo from the Shire and this, little sweetling, is Mordor

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  • Life Makeover: Declutter and make 2015 your best year ever

    Posted by: illustrado - Jan. 28 2015

    Life Makeover:  Declutter and make 2015 your best year ever By Anna de Leon “I will lose weight, I will save money.” “I will do this … I will do that…” The lists of resolutions, as well as, possibilities are endless once the New Year rolls in. But no, we will not tell you to hit […]

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  • Life Makeover: Declutter and make 2015 your best year ever

    Posted by: illustrado - Jan. 28 2015

    Life Makeover:  Declutter and make 2015 your best year ever By Anna de Leon “I will lose weight, I will save money.” “I will do this … I will do that…” The lists of resolutions, as well as, possibilities are endless once the New Year rolls in. But no, we will not tell you to hit […]

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  • Filipino Photographer Allan Cadaoas: Grand Mosque in UAE

    Posted by: illustrado - Jan. 31 2015

    Filipino Photographer Allan Cadaoas: Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi, UAE Architectural photography enthusiast Allan Cadaoas is an architect who works in Abu Dhabi and lives with his family in Dubai. Residing in the emirates for almost five years now, Allan has a natural affinity for taking snaps of structures with striking architectural elements. Here he […]

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  • Filipino Arts: Love at the Center Stage

    Posted by: illustrado - Dec. 14 2014

    A well-maintained professional approach to their work makes Jojo and Kris-Belle an exemplary performing arts couple. With the physical demands and emotional rides always present in rendering a great performance onstage...

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  • Credit Cards and Loans: Your Rights and Responsibilities

    Posted by: Illustrado NJ - Jan. 28 2015

    Don't get into trouble with your credit card debts and loans. In this article, resident Illustrado legal advisor Barney Almazar gives us the low down on how to effectively manage key money issues that often besiege Filipinos working abroad.

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  • Financial Planning: Investing in the New Year

    Posted by: illustrado - Dec. 28 2014

    Business and investment confidence in our country is the highest in this decade. The Philippines, as part of the emerging economies of Asia, cannot but be a significant beneficiary in the global economic growth. Our Peso has even assumed the character of an international currency when our Peso denominated bond issues were oversubscribed by thirteen times our US$1B offering.

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  • Que Horror!

    Posted by: illustrado - Jan. 29 2015

    Ready to be scared out of your wits? Come on, people, this month won’t be complete without remembering our dearly departed — God bless their souls — and without remembering that which gave us endless goosebumps, made us scream to the wrath of our neighbors, and drove us to do sabayang pagsi-C.R. OMG, help us through our sleepless nights.

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  • It’s What I Do

    Posted by: illustrado - Jul. 13 2014

    We peek into the lives of the hard-working Filipino professionals in the UAE, and find out what they love about their work in “It’s what I do”

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  • In The Classroom Called Life

    Posted by: illustrado - Jan. 26 2015

    Education has a deeper and more profound purpose than just to earn a living. It is that which will help you towards realizing yourself and your dreams – hopefully guiding you to your place in the world.

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  • Gee, your kabayan smells terrific!

    Posted by: illustrado - May. 27 2014

    Filipinos in particular are an olfactory sort. We spend a lot of time and money on ensuring that we smell good, or at the very least, that we don’t smell bad. According to Eden Strategy Institute’s Emerging Middle Class Survey, 4 out of 10 Filipinos cannot live without soap and shampoo.

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