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By Hannah Baldelomar The Ring of Fire is a big part of the basin of the Pacific Ocean where numerous earthquakes and volcanic eruptions happen; the Asian countries that sit along the fault line include Japan, Taiwan, and the Philippines, which face a possible threat of damage and loss of

Summer is here, and what do people do when they can no longer bear the summer heat, besides hitting the beach? Rush to the nearest shopping mall! Speaking of shopping malls, did you know that the biggest mall in the world is China’s New South China Mall? This shopping haven

Living in a house that’s unbelievably smaller than some of your friends’ bedrooms shouldn’t cause a great deal of discomfort. With careful planning, innovative furnishings, and well-thought-out storage spaces, people that live in small houses or shoebox apartments can lead a simpler life, which may even open up to more

In 2014, Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) remitted around $26.93 billion to the Philippines, which mostly went to their families they left behind.  However, according to Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, about 6.7% of these money transfers were devoted to tangible investments such as real estate. Reality Check: The OFWs’ stint abroad

When selling your house, the first thing a prospective buyer will notice is the paint on the property because it sets the mood around your space.  Paint with white and beige, earth tones, cool colors, or warm colors to highlight the most pleasant elements of your home. Always keep in

If a fire starts at home, you only have two to three minutes to escape! According to the American Red Cross, a humanitarian institution that offers emergency assistance, “60 percent of house fire deaths occur in homes with no working smoke alarms.”  In the Philippines, where a large number of