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The Philippines assumed chairmanship of the Association of South East Asia Nations (ASEAN) for 2017, which also coincides with its 50th year anniversary. The ASEAN 2017 theme is “Partnering for Change, Engaging the World”. This milestone event is an occasion for ASEAN to reflect on its success and achievements during the last 50 years and to prepare itself for the new challenges ahead in the region.

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In a nutshell, for the ASEAN citizens, ASEAN 2025 means that:

They will continue to live in a more united, secure, peaceful and cohesive region;
They will benefit and enjoy the gains resulting from enhanced sustainable environmental governance and practices in the region;
Their human rights, fundamental freedoms, dignity and social justice will be promoted and protected;
They will enjoy good governance that shall be further strengthened;
They will be part of a participative and socially responsible community with equitable access to opportunities for all;
They will be better protected against pandemics, natural and human-induced disasters and calamities, transnational crimes and transboundary challenges;
They can engage purposefully with one another in ASEAN and the world;
They will enjoy greater prosperity through increased economic opportunities, enhanced regional connectivity, ease of intra-ASEAN travel and doing business as well as a resilient regional economy;
They will benefit from greater employment opportunities and quality jobs as well as from mobility of skilled labour and talents;
They will enjoy access to wider choices, safer, and better quality products and services;
They will benefit from better cost savings for businesses as well as consumers through improved access and connectivity;
They will benefit from access to a wider and better range of technologies and expertise; and
They will benefit from a strengthened ASEAN institutional capacity to implement the ASEAN agenda.

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Photos of our family reunion, the past 20 years 

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 It isn’t a question of why Marcos Jr. is good for Miriam as a Vice Presidential candidate; rather, it is a question of why Marcos Jr. is good as a Vice Presidential candidate, period.

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Netizens' reaction to Bongbong Marcos VP bid

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Why is the OFFICIAL GAZETTE publishing Liberal Party propaganda? 

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Netizens' reaction on Leni Robredo's decision to run as VP under the Liberal Party . Reactions are mixed. She is a breath of fresh air to the presidential bid of Mar Roxas. Some are not comfortable with her decision. She is after all, the second choice of Mar's choice as VP. Another says that Leni Robredo gave in to the desperation of President Aquino and like "Grace Poe, it's too early for her to seek higher gov't post, imo." 

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The question is "Would we have known the gravity of the ‪#‎LewdParty‬ if videos and pics were censored?" On the other hand, does sharing photos make us guilty of exploitation? 

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In the Philippines, politics, business, and beauty are family affairs!

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Two factors strike me on why ALDUB, this “Kilig Pa More” KalyeSerye is a hit : the kilig factor, of course and the timeout experience. 
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