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Victory Liner's Caloocan Maintenance Shop gets ISO 9001:2015 certification

“becomes the only bus company in the Philippines that is ISO certified” Victory Liner, one of the biggest and most-trusted bus transport services in Luzon, becomes the only bus transport corporation in the Philippines given the globally ISO 9001:2015 certification by the ISO central secretariat based in Geneva, Switzerland. By having this award, Victory Liner becomes only one in the Philippines who belongs to a select few transport companies compliant with global standards a

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A great ride: Edward Hernandez

It was September 1945, the end of World War II. The Philippines had been liberated from Japanese occupation, and mechanic Jose Hernandez was scrounging spare parts from abandoned US military vehicles to restore an old truck he needed to transport merchandise for the family business. However, within days of the Chevy hitting the road, locals were hopping on board, wedging themselves among the bags of rice, fish sauce and laundry soap, to hitch a ride. Quickly establishing that t

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Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar

From wide horizontal landscapes to towering vertical skyscapes, the faces of our cities are dramatically changing. And it’s moving faster than expected, all in the name of rapid urban development. But development is both boon & bane. As we race to reach the sky with steel & glass, many of our heritage buildings are stomped back to the earth too. As we race with modern things, the traces of our past are also shoved into void. Our ancestral houses & buildings are exa

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Nagsasa Cove

Not far away from the incredible hustles of Manila is a quiet beach called Nagsasa Cove. Framed by the mountain ranges of Zambales & the waters of West Philippine Sea, this hideaway takes its guests in the luxury of peace & nothingness. Along with Talisayen, Silanguin & Anawangin, Nagsasa became popular after the eruption of Mt. Pinatubo in 1991. Its white volcanic ash & the emergence of new landscapes attracted tourists seeking stillness in these newfound lands. If quiet be

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