Jennifer Soriano

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Staying safe on the road

Everyone seems hyped up for the holidays, hurrying to wrap up their shopping and head on to parties and get-togethers. This holiday season, chances are, you will be spending much of your time traveling.  Since streets will be a lot … Continue reading

December 06, 2017

A Filipino-inspired menu for this Thanksgiving holiday

Filipinos are known to be adaptive and creative. Whenever we try to assimilate something, be it language or food, we are fond of reinventing and putting a fresh Filipino spin to it. Take the American time-honored Thanksgiving dinner, for example. … Continue reading

November 16, 2017

Filipinos’ contributions to US history and society

Both Americans and Filipinos acknowledge their countries’ relationship is a “special one,” said Frank H. Golay in the book “The United States and the Philippines,” published by the American Assembly.  Tracing back the pieces of history until the most recent … Continue reading

October 04, 2017

How ‘green’ is your car?  

The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) describes “green vehicles” as more efficient and less polluting compared to standard vehicles. These vehicles have lesser emissions and help save fuel, which, in return, help save the environment and your money. In … Continue reading

September 20, 2017

Signs that you’re ready for a job change

Our jobs occupy a big chunk of our lives.  That’s why it’s no surprise it is called occupation. To quote Apple founder Steve Jobs, “The only way to do a great work is to love what you do.” Sure, it … Continue reading

August 23, 2017

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