BUT DE LIMA URGES: WAIT FOR PROBE COMPLETION
Taiwanese investigators left the Philippines on Saturday, expressing dissatisfaction with Manila’s cooperation in probing the shooting death of a Taiwanese fisherman by the Philippine coast guard.
In a statement, investigating team leader Chen Wen-chi, director of Taiwan’s Department of International and Cross-strait Legal Affairs, said that the evidence showed that the May 9 shooting was intentional.
In the world of wrestling, coaches tell their athletes to “leave it on the mat,” which means that if you worked hard during practice and you did your best during the fight, you can leave everything behind you—all thoughts of glory and fame, all the heartaches and pain, all the frustrations, and move on.
THE quest for racing glory begins for the best crop of three-year-old colts and fillies in the country as the first leg of the 2013 Triple Crown Series blasts off today at the MetroTurf, the country’s newest racetrack, in Malvar, Batangas.
AFTER a successful design contract with Megaworld’s Resort’s World Manila and Maxim’s Hotel, international design firm Gettys, once again is tapped by the top developer, this time for its “super high-end’’ residential condominium project in the Makati Central Business District.
Architect and urban planner Felino Palafox Jr. envisions the transformation of the Philippines into a first world country by the time it celebrates its 500th anniversary as a nation in 2021.