Seoul hosts int l photojourn exhibit on COVID-19 both offline, online

The Seoul Metropolitan Government announced that it will host the “2020 Seoul International Photojournalism Exhibition: 2020 Seoul of New Hope” both offline and online......»»

Category: newsSource: philstar philstarOct 20th, 2020

China hosts largest online shopping

BEIJING, China (Global Times) — Having gradually emerged from the disruptions caused by the COVID-19 epidemic, the Chinese economy will show the world its robust resilience and vast capacity through the upcoming world’s largest online shopping festival — Double 11, or Singles’ Day, which falls on 11 November each year. This year will see more […] The post China hosts largest online shopping appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsNov 2nd, 2020

MMI LIVE hosts its first online event featuring Daymond John

MMI Live announces its first online event since the COVID-19 lockdown featuring the four-time Emmy-winning reality show “Shark Tank” star and entrepreneur Daymond John. .....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  thestandardRelated NewsAug 28th, 2020

Experts weigh in on cyberbullying in the time of pandemic

With schools forced to implement alternative education modalities such as online learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic, incidences of cyberbullying are expected to soar even higher in the coming months.  To help parents as well as education practitioners learn how both online and offline communities can protect children and youth from cyberbullying, a panel of local and international experts shared suggestions on how to prevent this phenomenon. Experts from the Philippines and South Korea exchanged views on cyberbullying and how this can be prevented especially with the rising cases among youth in a webinar on cyberbullying organized by Ramon Magsaysay Award Foundation recently. During the webinar, 2019 Ramon Magsaysay Awardee and Blue Tree Foundation (BTF) founder Kim Jong-ki shared how he and his foundation has been battling school violence in the past 20 years. The BTF was very instrumental in curbing incidences of violence against students in schools. BTF Preventive Education Center Head Park Ju-han shared that in South Korea, school violence has declined for 15 years but has risen again since 2015. “The main factors are the low aging and the increase of cyberbullying,” he said. Meanwhile, BTF Research and Counseling Team Leader Lee Sun-young discussed how the foundation has been working with schools on the prevention of violence among students and shared some best practices that can be adopted by other countries like the Philippines. “We need to teach children when to respond when cyberbullying is happening,” she said.  “Digital literacy is the first key on how to be nice in the world,” she added.  In the Philippines, UP Manila-Philippine General Hospital Child Protection Unit (CPU) head Dr. Bernadette Madrid noted that “bullying has been increasing.” Based on the results of the national baseline survey on violence against children in 2016, she shared that “bullying in the Philippines was quite high” with 65 percent of the youth – ages 13 to 17 years old – have experienced some form of bullying. Same goes for the prevalence of cyberbullying wherein 44% of the students reported cyber violence. “It is a real problem here in our country, it is harmful but it can be prevented,” Madrid said. Given this, she noted that in terms of prevention, a single program is not enough to address cyberbullying. “We need multiple programs to be more successful,” she added. Meanwhile, Don Bosco Technical College Cebu president and dean Fr. Fidel Orendain noted that protecting students from violence and abuse especially with the shift to e-learning is a challenge for many schools. “This topic is a hot issue for us right now,” he admitted. Since schools are familiar with face-to-face familiarity, he noted that online learning is “challenging our identity and the way we educate.” To resolve this, he urged schools to increase their presence by way of talks and conferences. “We can also make ourselves available for counseling,” he added. For Stairway Foundation, Inc. Senior Advocacy Officer Ysrael Diloy, protecting children at this time is more crucial than ever. In the past 18 years, he has been working with key government agencies in the Philippines, via national level councils and working groups, advocating for child protection policy, and programmatic changes. “We are at an age wherein the current generation of children has known technology as the norm,” he said. Diloy has initiated the CyberSafe program which is currently the flagship child online protection program of the Department of Education (DepEd). “Now more than ever, we need to ensure that we are all contributing to make the Internet a safe space for and with children, so that they can reap all the benefits and opportunities that technology presents – this is the very essence the CyberSafe program hopes to achieve,” he ended......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 3rd, 2020

DoTA 2 star N0tail sees eSports thriving in new normal

With physical distancing being enforced and mass gatherings being prohibited during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, most, if not all major sports have taken big blows.  While most professional sports are slowly getting back on their feet, it might take a while - if ever - for the live sports experience to return to normal.  For eSports, an industry that really doesn’t require physical interaction or mass gatherings, surviving and thriving in the new normal should not be an issue, and DoTA star Johan “N0tail” Sundstien is confident that will be the case.  Speaking to a handful of Filipino media before his 1 on 1 DoTA 2 battle with Filipino gamer Zedrik “Jeff” Dizon, N0tail spoke about how the eSports industry can survive, how it has grown since he began playing, and what Jeff’s 2020 Red Bull r1v1r Runes Championship can do for the Filipino eSports scene.  For the 26-year old native of Denmark, eSports should have little to no problems getting back on track after the COVID-19 pandemic.  “Yeah, I think eSports is in way better shape than other physical sports, for sure. Physical sports, sports in general, have probably made more of a business and they’ve been used to offline events and monetizing fans coming into stadiums, so obviously they’re having a much harder time than we would be,” N0tail explained.  Prior to eSports exploding and becoming a live attraction, tournaments were done mainly online, and N0tail believes that this is one of the industry’s advantages especially in the ’new normal’.  “We come from a place where we used to have online tournaments, we used to do these things online purely, and when [the COVID-19 virus pandemic] happened, I think all streaming and all online entertainment platforms had this opportunity to thrive and to exist. It’s a good time to be playing video games and not doing live music or something like that.”  “The Coronavirus] hit a lot of people pretty hard, but we have a good chance,” he added.  Speaking of the explosion of eSports, N0tail recalls the industry’s humble beginnings and how far it has come now.  “When I started, it was nowhere near what it is today. Today, obviously, we travel the world, have all these tournaments, have so many more viewers than we’ve ever had,” N0tail said. “Humanity really likes games, obviously, chess, sports, any kind of game for entertainment, and we’ve come a very long way. We’re way more professional, and financially, way more stable.”  The prizes now have also come a long, long way from what they used to be, N0tail shared.  “Ten years ago, we were playing for headsets and a couple hundred dollars, and now it’s way, way bigger, for millions. It keeps going up, it keeps getting more traction and attention, and I like to see that trend, I hope it keeps going.”  The Philippines has slowly emerged as a hotbed for eSports talent, and Ateneo’s Zedrik  “Jeff” Dizon could be on his way to becoming a top star following his 2020 Red Bull R1v1r Runes Championship victory.  Apart from the win, Jeff also had the opportunity to go one-on-one with N0tail, Team Captain of the 2-time The Internationals champions Team OG.  For an established name and veteran like N0tail, being able to compete against people from all over the world is always a sign of progress for eSports.  “DoTA connects people, and whenever somebody from one region that might be weaker plays against another region that might be stronger, or even if they’re both strong or equally [matched], DoTA is a game of ideas and experience, so whenever there’s this cross-country or cross-region game happening, I think there’s always progress. It’s the same when we shape a metagame, when those events were happening, all these teams came together, you quickly saw ideas transfer and a meta being formed between regions and, SC might be doing something one way and it might take something that Europe or NA might be doing, so everytime that it happens, I think it’s a postive thing.”  “It makes the ideas evolve and they evolve into something better,” he added.  Jeff came up big against N0tail in their one-on-one match, winning 2-1. Catch the replay HERE.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 21st, 2020

Seoul to hold int l online conference on how to prepare for post-COVID-19 era

South Korea's capital will hold an international online conference from June 1 to 5 to overcome the coronavirus disease crisis and prepare for a paradigm shift. .....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsMay 30th, 2020

PBA comes through with initial batch of PPE donations

As promised, the PBA has sent Personal Protective Equipments to a number of hospitals to support the medical frontliners in their fight against COVID-19. The league has donated sets of PPEs, face masks, gloves, and other equipment to Pasig, Antipolo, and Binan in Laguna, all regular hosts to PBA games. [Related: PBA to donate much-needed PPEs to COVID-19 frontliners] After a special online meeting by the PBA Board, PBA Commissioner Willie Marcial announced that the league is pledging P1 million worth of PPEs to help support our frontliners. The set of PPEs for Pasig Children’s Hospital, Pasig City General Hospital, and the Rizal Medical Center were picked up from the PBA office by Pasig City Vice Mayor Iyo Bernardo. Antipolo City Mayor Andrea Ynares and predecessor Casimero ‘Jun’ Ynares III, as well as Binan City Congresswoman Len Alonte and Vice Mayor Angelo Alonte are also in coordination with the league for their respective donations. After the initial batch of PPEs, more donations should come in the coming days which will be to the benefit of Talisay, Batangas and in Pasay City under Mayor Imelda Calixto.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8 .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsApr 21st, 2020

COVID-19 tracker offline as DOH encodes data, harmonizes information

The Department of Health said Thursday its online platform for tracking the spread of the coronavirus in the country will be inaccessible to the public over the next few days and will be re-launched after introducing some enhancements......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsApr 9th, 2020

South Korea reports lowest new virus infections in days

SEOUL, South Korea – Hundreds of churches across South Korea closed their doors on Sunday, March 8, and held online services as the country reported its lowest number of new coronavirus cases in more than a week. South Korea – which has the highest number of confirmed COVID-19 cases ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsMar 8th, 2020

Bilang ng mga tinamaan ng COVID-19 sa SoKor, 2,022 na – KCDC

Seoul, South Korea – Naiulat sa South Korea ang panibagong 256 na kaso ng COVID-19 ngayong araw ng Biyernes, dahilan para pumalo sa 2,022 ang kabuuang bilang ng mga tinamaan ng sakit sa bansa, ayon sa  Korea Centers for Disease and Control and Prevention. Sa mga bagong kaso na ito, 182 ang mula sa timog-silangan […] The post Bilang ng mga tinamaan ng COVID-19 sa SoKor, 2,022 na – KCDC appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 28th, 2020

COVID-19 umatake sa SoKor; Ospital, simbahan sinara

Seoul, South Korea – Inilarawan ng mga residente ng isang siyudad sa South Korea sa gitna ng outbreak ng coronavirus bilang mga kalsada at tindahang walang katao-tao at higit na pangamba sa pagtaas ng kumpirmadong kaso ng sakit. Sa ngayon, tila, wala nang tao sa mga mall, restaurants at mga kalsada sa Daegu, ika-apat na […] The post COVID-19 umatake sa SoKor; Ospital, simbahan sinara appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 20th, 2020

Parts of Wikipedia offline after malicious attack

WASHINGTON, USA – Popular online reference website Wikipedia went down in several countries after the website was targeted by what it described as a "malicious attack." The server of the Wikimedia Foundation, which hosts the site, suffered a "massive" Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack, the organization's German account said ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsSep 7th, 2019

Toni, Kim, Robi, Bianca, Enchong, Melai sanib-pwersa sa PBB Connect; Bahay ni Kuya super safe sa COVID

TULOY na ang muling pagbubukas ng Bahay Ni Kuya ngayong Linggo, Dec. 6, para sa “Pinoy Big Brother Connect,” ang ikasiyam na season ng “PBB”. Mapapanood na ang isa na namang edisyon ng tinaguriang teleserye ng totoong buhay sa Kapamilya Channel, Kapamilya Online Live, iWantTFC, at Kumu. Kahit pa may pandemya, hindi dapat tumigil ang […] The post Toni, Kim, Robi, Bianca, Enchong, Melai sanib-pwersa sa PBB Connect; Bahay ni Kuya super safe sa COVID appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated News2 hr. 32 min. ago

Community trial ng VCO vs COVID-19 kumpleto na

Manila, Philippines – Nakumpleto na ang isang trial ng virgin coconut oil (VCO) na lunas para sa COVID-19, batay sa Department of Science and Technology (DOST).  “Tungkol sa VCO, dalawang pag-aaral po ‘yan. Yung isa po ‘yung ginagawa sa komunidad sa Laguna. Natapos na po ‘yan. At ang datos po ay tinitignan na at pinag-aaralan […] The post Community trial ng VCO vs COVID-19 kumpleto na appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsNov 30th, 2020

S. Korea decides against tightening rules amid third wave

SEOUL — The South Korean government once again defied its own COVID-19 blueprint and decided against moving up to a higher level of social distancing despite recent metrics that support more intensive intervention. In announcing the decision to keep the capital area under the current Level 2 distancing measures, Prime Minister Chung Sye-kyun said in […] The post S. Korea decides against tightening rules amid third wave appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 30th, 2020


PLANO sana namin muling maging magkatrabaho para sa taong 2021 matapos siyang mag-retire, ngunit nagapi siya ng virus na COVID-19 nito lamang weekend. Isang malungkot na balita ang aking natanggap galing sa pinakamatanda niyang anak na si Charles Nikko. Pumanaw na raw ang kanyang amang si Colonel Eder Collantes sa pakikipaglaban sa COVID-19. Ngunit ‘di […] The post MY SNAPPIEST SALUTE, COL. COLLANTES! appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsNov 29th, 2020


HINDI maitatanggi ang magandang epekto ng pagpapatupad ng Radio Frequency Identification sa tollgates sa bansa lalo’t mas iniiwasan ngayon ang personal na interaksyon dahil sa banta ng hawaan ng COVID-19. Bukod nga sa benepisyong ito ay mas mabilis pa ang pagbabayad ng toll fee dahil wala nang suklian pang magaganap sa tollgates at diretso na […] The post PALPAK NA RFID appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsNov 29th, 2020

Security Bank hosts 2nd Economic Forum

The new realities of US-China relations and COVID-19 have forced Asian governments to shape up The post Security Bank hosts 2nd Economic Forum appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsNov 29th, 2020

USA waging-wagi sa virtual 2020 Miss Earth pageant

  NAGWAGI si Lindsey Coffey ng Estados Unidos sa ika-20 edisyon ng Miss Earth pageant na idinaos online bunsod na rin ng COVID-19 pandemic. Sa isang virtual competition na ipinalabas noong Nob. 29, tinalo ni Coffey ang 83 iba pang kalahok, makaraan ang dalawang buwan ng mga preliminary competitionsl, auxiliary contest, at online discussion. Itinanghal […] The post USA waging-wagi sa virtual 2020 Miss Earth pageant appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 29th, 2020

Risa: Hazard pay ng healthcare workers ibigay na

Manila, Philippines – Kahit tinanggal na ni Pangulong Duterte ang deployment ban sa pagtatrabaho ng healthcare workers sa abroad, iginiit pa rin ni Senador Risa Hontiveros na kaagad ibigay ang nabinbin na hazard pay sa medical professionals na nagtrabaho laban sa COVID-19.   Sa pahayag, sinabi ni Hontiveros na matagal nang   ipinanawagan, kasama ng mga […] The post Risa: Hazard pay ng healthcare workers ibigay na appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsNov 24th, 2020


INAPRUBAHAN na ni Presidente Rodrigo Roa Duterte ang advance payment sa COVID-19 vaccines sa pamamagitan ng pagpasok ng bansa sa Advance Market Commitments o AMCs. Nakapagdesisyon ang Pangulo matapos makita ang listahan ng mga bansang sumailalim na sa AMCs at malamang na mangulelat ang bansa sa pagkuha ng bakuna kung hindi ito gagawin ng pamahalaan. […] The post BAKUNA SA COVID-19, BAHA SA REGION 2 appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsNov 24th, 2020