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TREND MAKER. Mindanao Gold Star Daily was established in 1989 to set ablaze a new meaning & flame to the local newspaper business. Throughout the years it continued its focus and interest in the rural areas & pioneered the growth of countryside journalism.

Pinoys in China before 1500 (3)

A. PaulitaRoa HERE are excerpts taken from the book of the same title by William Henry Scott with Chinese translation by Go Bon Juan, 1989, Chinese Studies Program, De La Salle University, Taft Ave., Manila: Sulu’s first tribute mission to the Chinese imperial court was in 1417, where three royal …

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Truly independent

By Martin Andanar Secretary, Presidential Communications Operations Office WHILE in Beijing, President Duterte announced our “separation” from the United States. That produced shock waves in the American media. Washington professed to being “baffled” by the Philippine leader’s pronouncement. American boys in Manila promptly predicted a national calamity. Granted, maybe the …

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Koko vows to work harder

Senate President Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III has vowed to “work harder” following the latest Pulse Asia survey that gave him the third highest approval rating among the country’s top five officials. “I will make sure that it is not misplaced,” said Pimentel, who formulated after winning the Senate presidency an …

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Girl scouts to hold big 4-day meet in Medina

THE Girl Scouts of the Philippines-Misamis Oriental Council will hold a four-day council-wide encampment starting today until Friday at the Medina Central School in Medina, Misamis Oriental. With the theme: “Girls in Nature, Ready for Adventure,” GSP has given emphasis on youth empowerment and nature engagement with activities such as …

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Pinoys in China before 1500 (2)

Paulita Roa NOW it can be told that long before the Europeans set their sails in search  for the “new world” in the 15th century, the Filipinos already traveled half the globe and even reached the imperial court of China 500 years earlier! Thanks to the prodigious research of the …

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Democracy, cooperativism

Ike Señeres AS far as I know, communism is the only ideology in the world that combines both a political component and an economic component into one. I am not saying that democracy is inferior to communism, but the fact is, democracy is a political ideology that does not have …

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Larger than life

By MARTIN ANDANAR Secretary, Pesidential Communications Operations Office ONE could have mistaken this for a rock concert. Filipino workers in Brunei trooped to the city’s stadium early enough to listen to their President. The scene was joyful and morale was high. President Duterte did not disappoint his fans. He launched …

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Camiguin on heightened alert for 37th Lanzones Festival

By NICOLE MANAGBANAG, Correspondent Effective Monday until Oct. 30, all police stationed in Camiguin Province will be on duty “24/7” to ensure the safety of tourists flocking the island for the 37th Camiguin Festival. This according to newly-appointed Provincial Director Senior Supt. Rolando E. Destura in an interview adding that …

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Armm aggie secretary confirmed

COTABATO City — Alexander G. Alonto, Jr was finally confirmed as regional secretary after going through deliberation before the members of the Regional Legislative Assembly of the Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao (Armm) Committee on Agriculture and Food, recently. The Committee chaired by Ahmad Ali S. Ismael and co-chaired by …

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Civil service enjoins gov’t employees to join summit

The Civil Service Commission (CSC) is encouraging government employees in region 10 to participate in the 18th Moral recovery Program National Convention/Workshop on Nov. 8-11 at the Sampaguita Gardens Resort and Hotel, New Washington, Aklan. With the theme “Self-Empowerment Towards National Integrity,” the convention is also in consonance to the …

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