Biography of the Author Buena Bernal

Buena Bernal

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  1. Philippines' rice producer Cagayan Valley ravaged by Typhoon Mangkhut | Video
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    Philippines' rice producer Cagayan Valley ravaged by Typhoon Mangkhut | Video

    Typhoon Mangkhut has left the Philippines, but not before ravaging the agriculturally rich region of Cagayan Valley. It’s a top producer of rice, ...
  2. Boracay’s indigenous Ati tribe wary of land reform | Video
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    Boracay’s indigenous Ati tribe wary of land reform | Video

    It hass now been three months since the popular Philippine tourist destination of Boracay was shut down. One of the government’s proposals is the ...
  3. ‘Political killings’ in the Philippines | Video
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    ‘Political killings’ in the Philippines | Video

    The killings of four Philippine government officials in the span of a week have sparked fears they were orchestrated by unknown actors, to justify ...
  4. Work progresses in Philippines’ tourist hotspot Boracay | Video
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    Work progresses in Philippines’ tourist hotspot Boracay | Video

    It's midway through a six-month closure for the rehabilitation of prime tourist destination of Boracay in the Philippines. The Environment ...
  5. Displaced workers face new challenges since Boracay shutdown | Video
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    Displaced workers face new challenges since Boracay shutdown | Video

    An estimated 30,000 Philippine workers have been displaced following a six-month closure of Boracay island to tourists. Due for reopening by ...
  6. Borocay shutdown: Business scramble to make ends meet
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    Borocay shutdown: Business scramble to make ends meet

    It’s been several days since Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte closed the island to tourists for six months and local businesses have been ...
  7. Boracay shutdown: 'Maximum' security as cleanup begins
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    Boracay shutdown: 'Maximum' security as cleanup begins

    The Philippines’ Boracay Island official closed on Thursday (Apr 26) to begin its six-month cleanup. However, residents and business owners say ...
  8. Strained by tourism, Philippines' once idyllic Boracay checks in for rehab
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    Strained by tourism, Philippines' once idyllic Boracay checks in for rehab

    The Philippines' prime tourist destination of Boracay will be shut down from Apr 26, to allow for a clean-up of the island, but the impending ...
  9. Manila's poor at risk as Philippines' rice reserves run low
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    Manila's poor at risk as Philippines' rice reserves run low

    State-subsidised rice stocks in the Philippines have nearly run out, despite a 15-day buffer stock requirement meant for food security..
  10. Lion dance business brings good fortune to Filipino family
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    Lion dance business brings good fortune to Filipino family

    Therry Sicat and his seven siblings, who run Pink Panther Dragon and Lion Dance Group, uphold their father's legacy by running this award-winning ...