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THIRTY-NINE overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) have been deployed to South Korea as part of the first batch of those employed under the Seasonal Work Program (SWP) after the Department of Migrant Workers (DMW) issued its interim pipeline processing guidelines. In a statement, the DMW reported that 39 seasonal farm workers have been deployed with the help of their local government units (LGUs) in Pampanga. "A total of 39 seasonal farm workers from the towns of Apalit, Lubao, and Magalang were deployed to work in South Korea last Thursday," said the DMW. "This is the first batch of seasonal farm workers that were able to depart under the interim pipeline processing guidelines of the DMW," it added. The department said the deployment was made possible after the OFWs underwent the mandatory Pre-Departure Orientation Seminar (PDOS). The DMW also issued the OFWs with Special Exit Clearance for their deployment to South Korea.The seasonal workers program allows short-term employment for agricultural workers in a bid to address labor shortages during the peak planting and harvesting season in South Korea. Subsequently, the DMW has received complaints of physical abuse and other labor rights violations from deployed OFWs. This prompted the DMW to issue a moratorium last January 11 that temporarily stopped the deployment of seasonal workers to South Korea.In February, the DMW released an interim measure that shall facilitate the pipeline processing of qualified seasonal workers. (HDT/SunStar Philippines) Is BingoPlus legal in Philippines? Philippines AMID concerns sparked by the beaching of thousands of fish along the shores of two towns in southern Cebu, a fisheries official has assured the public the events should not be taken as a precursor to an earthquake or an impending tsunami.“It should be treated as a positive result. Let us not associate it with any geological or weather phenomenon,” Johann Tejada, spokesman of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (Bfar) 7 told SunStar Cebu on Monday, Feb. 19, 2024.The unusual phenomenon, which has caught the attention of locals and netizens after thousands of fish swarmed the shores of Ginatilan town and dozens of baby sharks visited shallow waters in Santander last week, prompted speculation about a potential seismic activity.Tejada explained that fish stranding is a natural occurrence influenced by various environmental factors, including the growth of fish populations. It does not necessarily indicate seismic disturbances, he said.A Superbalita report last Feb. 18 said residents of Barangay Poblacion in Ginatilan, southwest Cebu witnessed an unusual scenario where schools of fish were seen swarming the shores on the night of Feb. 11.The phenomenon happened again on Feb. 14, prompting residents, even those from mountain areas, to go to the sea bringing with them containers to catch some fish.“If sea animals start migrating away from the water, it could be a sign of an impending tsunami or natural disaster. Instead of feeling happy, prepare food and safety measures. If you live near the coast, consider moving to higher ground,” a Facebook user commented on the SunStar post in Cebuano. Meanwhile, last Feb. 13, several baby sharks were seen swimming along the coastline of Barangay Pasil, Santander town in the southmost part of Cebu province.Tejada attributed the phenomenon to the growing fish population in the Tañon Strait Protected Seascape, stretching between western and eastern Cebu, owing to its protected status.Covering 5,182 square kilometers, commercial fishing is banned in the strait which has been safeguarded under Presidential Proclamation 1234 since 1998.He added that the rise in fish population is also a result of the three-month fishing ban in the Visayan Sea imposed by the Bfar 7 from Nov. 15, 2023 to Feb. 15, 2024 after the bureau noted a decreasing supply of fish in the region.“It contributed to the replenishment of the fish,” Tejada said.Last year, Bfar 7 issued Fisheries Administrative Order 167-3, prohibiting the catching, killing, selling, or possessing sexually mature sardines, herrings, mackerels, or their larvae, fry, or young, locally known as “lupoy,” “silinyasi,” “linatsay,” or “manansi,” in a portion of the Visayan Sea and adjacent waters.Tejada said the schools of fish seen along the shoreline were stranded in shallow waters because they were disoriented while pursuing food and not because of an incoming tsunami which has not been proven. While he did not discount that animals have a way of detecting disturbances, Tejada said the Bfar does not dwell on such thoughts.Applying the principle of the food chain, Tejada further explained that the population of smaller fish grew, which consequently attracted larger fish to prey on them. This also accounts for the presence of the bigger fish, he said.“Let us refrain from thinking about that. If there are a lot of fish, we should be happy,” he said.

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AMID concerns sparked by the beaching of thousands of fish along the shores of two towns in southern Cebu, a fisheries official has assured the public the events should not be taken as a precursor to an earthquake or an impending tsunami.“It should be treated as a positive result. Let us not associate it with any geological or weather phenomenon,” Johann Tejada, spokesman of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (Bfar) 7 told SunStar Cebu on Monday, Feb. 19, 2024.The unusual phenomenon, which has caught the attention of locals and netizens after thousands of fish swarmed the shores of Ginatilan town and dozens of baby sharks visited shallow waters in Santander last week, prompted speculation about a potential seismic activity.Tejada explained that fish stranding is a natural occurrence influenced by various environmental factors, including the growth of fish populations. It does not necessarily indicate seismic disturbances, he said.A Superbalita report last Feb. 18 said residents of Barangay Poblacion in Ginatilan, southwest Cebu witnessed an unusual scenario where schools of fish were seen swarming the shores on the night of Feb. 11.The phenomenon happened again on Feb. 14, prompting residents, even those from mountain areas, to go to the sea bringing with them containers to catch some fish.“If sea animals start migrating away from the water, it could be a sign of an impending tsunami or natural disaster. Instead of feeling happy, prepare food and safety measures. If you live near the coast, consider moving to higher ground,” a Facebook user commented on the SunStar post in Cebuano. Meanwhile, last Feb. 13, several baby sharks were seen swimming along the coastline of Barangay Pasil, Santander town in the southmost part of Cebu province.Tejada attributed the phenomenon to the growing fish population in the Tañon Strait Protected Seascape, stretching between western and eastern Cebu, owing to its protected status.Covering 5,182 square kilometers, commercial fishing is banned in the strait which has been safeguarded under Presidential Proclamation 1234 since 1998.He added that the rise in fish population is also a result of the three-month fishing ban in the Visayan Sea imposed by the Bfar 7 from Nov. 15, 2023 to Feb. 15, 2024 after the bureau noted a decreasing supply of fish in the region.“It contributed to the replenishment of the fish,” Tejada said.Last year, Bfar 7 issued Fisheries Administrative Order 167-3, prohibiting the catching, killing, selling, or possessing sexually mature sardines, herrings, mackerels, or their larvae, fry, or young, locally known as “lupoy,” “silinyasi,” “linatsay,” or “manansi,” in a portion of the Visayan Sea and adjacent waters.Tejada said the schools of fish seen along the shoreline were stranded in shallow waters because they were disoriented while pursuing food and not because of an incoming tsunami which has not been proven. While he did not discount that animals have a way of detecting disturbances, Tejada said the Bfar does not dwell on such thoughts.Applying the principle of the food chain, Tejada further explained that the population of smaller fish grew, which consequently attracted larger fish to prey on them. This also accounts for the presence of the bigger fish, he said.“Let us refrain from thinking about that. If there are a lot of fish, we should be happy,” he said. How can I get free GCash cash? STUDENT journalists and advocacy groups across the Philippines continued their protests against the University of Santo Tomas (UST), one of the oldest and largest Catholic universities in Asia, after it allegedly ordered its campus online media organization, TomasinoWeb, to delete a photo of their students in uniform entering a known convenience store.As of Tuesday, February 27, 2024, over 900 signatories have been registered from the UST Alumni groups who have created a website to support TomasinoWeb called https://standwithtomasinoweb.com/.They criticized the Office for Student Affairs (OSA) and called for the removal of all personalities associated with the incident.“Let us call a spade a spade. The University of Santo Tomas through its Office for Student Affairs clearly censored TomasinoWeb over a benign photo of students. Its order to take down the image and its threat to dissolve the organization is definitely an encroachment on the constitutionally-enshrined rights of students,” the UST Alumni said.“We, Thomasian alumni, believe that the gagging of the campus press through OSA is just a symptom of a much more malignant disease in UST, one that has plagued the university since its establishment under colonial rule. The UST administration’s transgressions against TomasinoWeb is definitely not isolated, but part of a systemic problem of campus repression which they have refused to address and instead have allowed to fester,” it added.In a statement posted on the new website created by UST Alumni to support the beleaguered student media outfit, they maintained that “it is clear that what brought UST public ridicule is not TomasinoWeb’s photo, but the university itself and its refusal to uphold and recognize students’ rights.”“This must end now,” the group added.According to the TomasinoWeb, the issue started when some members of the university administration “raised concerns” regarding a photograph they posted on February 15, showing some College of Information and Computing Science (CICS) students in their Type B uniforms in front of the 7-Eleven branch at the UST Quadricentennial Pavilion.“The organization was told that the photo has become a source of public ridicule toward CICS students, their College, and the University as a whole due to the supposed association of the CICS Type B uniform with the convenience store’s employee uniforms,” the student website said in a statement.“TomasinoWeb never intended to cause any harm to anyone. While we believe being a convenience store worker is honest work, we acknowledge that the photograph still caused a stir online, and for that we sincerely apologize,” it added.To rectify this, TomasinoWeb removed the said controversial photograph from the album across all its social media platforms.On February 18, publication staff posted another advisory, saying: “In view of the resignation of our organization adviser, and following the protocol of the Office for Student Affairs, our publication on all social media platforms will be on hold until further notice.”Speaking to various media outlets shortly after the incident, former TomasinoWeb adviser Leo Laparan II maintained that what happened “was censorship.”“And I cannot accept and I cannot believe that as a practicing journalist, this incident happened in my two-decade career in a media organization in a student environment setting,” said Laparan II, who also worked as a desk editor for a national broadsheet, Philippine Star.Meanwhile, the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (NUJP) called on UST to “stop censoring the campus press.”“Any imposed takedown, especially over an imagined slight and not because of a factual or ethical lapse, erodes press freedom and the independence of the press,” it said.“The UST administration's reaction to a harmless photograph on TomasinoWeb of CICS students wearing their Type B uniform in front of a convenience store exposes its elitist stance. 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Press freedom is not a privilege, but a fundamental right that serves as the bedrock of a democratic society,” said An Lantawan, a student publication of Leyte Normal University in Tacloban City.“Hence, we, at An Lantawan, refuse to remain silent against such repressive acts against the campus press, especially that we have experienced firsthand the challenges and threats that come with our commitment to truth and transparency,” added An Lantawan.In a statement on February 26, the Tacloban City-based campus publication urged for the “swift enactment of House Bill 1155 or the Campus Press Freedom Bill.”“This bill aims to revoke the Campus Journalism Act of 1991, which has several defects that endanger campus press freedom, such as the lack of guarantees for editorial autonomy. It also addresses the sources of campus press freedom violations and grants vital protections for student journalists,” it added.The College Editors Guild of the Philippines, the broadest alliance of tertiary student publications in the Asia-Pacific, reported around 1,000 cases of campus press violations from 2010 to 2020.Most of the offenses include harassment, libel cases against campus publication staff, and administrative intrusion. (Ronald O. Reyes/SunStar Philippines)

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STUDENT journalists and advocacy groups across the Philippines continued their protests against the University of Santo Tomas (UST), one of the oldest and largest Catholic universities in Asia, after it allegedly ordered its campus online media organization, TomasinoWeb, to delete a photo of their students in uniform entering a known convenience store.As of Tuesday, February 27, 2024, over 900 signatories have been registered from the UST Alumni groups who have created a website to support TomasinoWeb called https://standwithtomasinoweb.com/.They criticized the Office for Student Affairs (OSA) and called for the removal of all personalities associated with the incident.“Let us call a spade a spade. The University of Santo Tomas through its Office for Student Affairs clearly censored TomasinoWeb over a benign photo of students. Its order to take down the image and its threat to dissolve the organization is definitely an encroachment on the constitutionally-enshrined rights of students,” the UST Alumni said.“We, Thomasian alumni, believe that the gagging of the campus press through OSA is just a symptom of a much more malignant disease in UST, one that has plagued the university since its establishment under colonial rule. The UST administration’s transgressions against TomasinoWeb is definitely not isolated, but part of a systemic problem of campus repression which they have refused to address and instead have allowed to fester,” it added.In a statement posted on the new website created by UST Alumni to support the beleaguered student media outfit, they maintained that “it is clear that what brought UST public ridicule is not TomasinoWeb’s photo, but the university itself and its refusal to uphold and recognize students’ rights.”“This must end now,” the group added.According to the TomasinoWeb, the issue started when some members of the university administration “raised concerns” regarding a photograph they posted on February 15, showing some College of Information and Computing Science (CICS) students in their Type B uniforms in front of the 7-Eleven branch at the UST Quadricentennial Pavilion.“The organization was told that the photo has become a source of public ridicule toward CICS students, their College, and the University as a whole due to the supposed association of the CICS Type B uniform with the convenience store’s employee uniforms,” the student website said in a statement.“TomasinoWeb never intended to cause any harm to anyone. While we believe being a convenience store worker is honest work, we acknowledge that the photograph still caused a stir online, and for that we sincerely apologize,” it added.To rectify this, TomasinoWeb removed the said controversial photograph from the album across all its social media platforms.On February 18, publication staff posted another advisory, saying: “In view of the resignation of our organization adviser, and following the protocol of the Office for Student Affairs, our publication on all social media platforms will be on hold until further notice.”Speaking to various media outlets shortly after the incident, former TomasinoWeb adviser Leo Laparan II maintained that what happened “was censorship.”“And I cannot accept and I cannot believe that as a practicing journalist, this incident happened in my two-decade career in a media organization in a student environment setting,” said Laparan II, who also worked as a desk editor for a national broadsheet, Philippine Star.Meanwhile, the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (NUJP) called on UST to “stop censoring the campus press.”“Any imposed takedown, especially over an imagined slight and not because of a factual or ethical lapse, erodes press freedom and the independence of the press,” it said.“The UST administration's reaction to a harmless photograph on TomasinoWeb of CICS students wearing their Type B uniform in front of a convenience store exposes its elitist stance. The Catholic school should instead uphold the dignity of work and honor the workers' contributions to the Philippine society,” added NUJP in a statement on February 19.At least seven UST college-based student publications also issued a joint statement on February 20 in support of TomasinoWeb, saying that “instead of fostering constructive dialogue about the challenges faced by convenience store workers, this situation has unfortunately led to unwarranted censorship, creating a chilling effect on other avenues of publication.”The UST administration and the OSA have yet to issue an official statement on the controversy.As this developed, other student publication groups have expressed solidarity with TomasinoWeb.“Censorship, even at the campus level, is a form of oppression that suppresses free speech. Press freedom is not a privilege, but a fundamental right that serves as the bedrock of a democratic society,” said An Lantawan, a student publication of Leyte Normal University in Tacloban City.“Hence, we, at An Lantawan, refuse to remain silent against such repressive acts against the campus press, especially that we have experienced firsthand the challenges and threats that come with our commitment to truth and transparency,” added An Lantawan.In a statement on February 26, the Tacloban City-based campus publication urged for the “swift enactment of House Bill 1155 or the Campus Press Freedom Bill.”“This bill aims to revoke the Campus Journalism Act of 1991, which has several defects that endanger campus press freedom, such as the lack of guarantees for editorial autonomy. It also addresses the sources of campus press freedom violations and grants vital protections for student journalists,” it added.The College Editors Guild of the Philippines, the broadest alliance of tertiary student publications in the Asia-Pacific, reported around 1,000 cases of campus press violations from 2010 to 2020.Most of the offenses include harassment, libel cases against campus publication staff, and administrative intrusion. (Ronald O. Reyes/SunStar Philippines) How can I get free GCash cash? THIRTY-NINE overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) have been deployed to South Korea as part of the first batch of those employed under the Seasonal Work Program (SWP) after the Department of Migrant Workers (DMW) issued its interim pipeline processing guidelines. In a statement, the DMW reported that 39 seasonal farm workers have been deployed with the help of their local government units (LGUs) in Pampanga. "A total of 39 seasonal farm workers from the towns of Apalit, Lubao, and Magalang were deployed to work in South Korea last Thursday," said the DMW. "This is the first batch of seasonal farm workers that were able to depart under the interim pipeline processing guidelines of the DMW," it added. The department said the deployment was made possible after the OFWs underwent the mandatory Pre-Departure Orientation Seminar (PDOS). The DMW also issued the OFWs with Special Exit Clearance for their deployment to South Korea.The seasonal workers program allows short-term employment for agricultural workers in a bid to address labor shortages during the peak planting and harvesting season in South Korea. Subsequently, the DMW has received complaints of physical abuse and other labor rights violations from deployed OFWs. 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It does not necessarily indicate seismic disturbances, he said.A Superbalita report last Feb. 18 said residents of Barangay Poblacion in Ginatilan, southwest Cebu witnessed an unusual scenario where schools of fish were seen swarming the shores on the night of Feb. 11.The phenomenon happened again on Feb. 14, prompting residents, even those from mountain areas, to go to the sea bringing with them containers to catch some fish.“If sea animals start migrating away from the water, it could be a sign of an impending tsunami or natural disaster. Instead of feeling happy, prepare food and safety measures. If you live near the coast, consider moving to higher ground,” a Facebook user commented on the SunStar post in Cebuano. Meanwhile, last Feb. 13, several baby sharks were seen swimming along the coastline of Barangay Pasil, Santander town in the southmost part of Cebu province.Tejada attributed the phenomenon to the growing fish population in the Tañon Strait Protected Seascape, stretching between western and eastern Cebu, owing to its protected status.Covering 5,182 square kilometers, commercial fishing is banned in the strait which has been safeguarded under Presidential Proclamation 1234 since 1998.He added that the rise in fish population is also a result of the three-month fishing ban in the Visayan Sea imposed by the Bfar 7 from Nov. 15, 2023 to Feb. 15, 2024 after the bureau noted a decreasing supply of fish in the region.“It contributed to the replenishment of the fish,” Tejada said.Last year, Bfar 7 issued Fisheries Administrative Order 167-3, prohibiting the catching, killing, selling, or possessing sexually mature sardines, herrings, mackerels, or their larvae, fry, or young, locally known as “lupoy,” “silinyasi,” “linatsay,” or “manansi,” in a portion of the Visayan Sea and adjacent waters.Tejada said the schools of fish seen along the shoreline were stranded in shallow waters because they were disoriented while pursuing food and not because of an incoming tsunami which has not been proven. While he did not discount that animals have a way of detecting disturbances, Tejada said the Bfar does not dwell on such thoughts.Applying the principle of the food chain, Tejada further explained that the population of smaller fish grew, which consequently attracted larger fish to prey on them. This also accounts for the presence of the bigger fish, he said.“Let us refrain from thinking about that. 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Its order to take down the image and its threat to dissolve the organization is definitely an encroachment on the constitutionally-enshrined rights of students,” the UST Alumni said.“We, Thomasian alumni, believe that the gagging of the campus press through OSA is just a symptom of a much more malignant disease in UST, one that has plagued the university since its establishment under colonial rule. 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While we believe being a convenience store worker is honest work, we acknowledge that the photograph still caused a stir online, and for that we sincerely apologize,” it added.To rectify this, TomasinoWeb removed the said controversial photograph from the album across all its social media platforms.On February 18, publication staff posted another advisory, saying: “In view of the resignation of our organization adviser, and following the protocol of the Office for Student Affairs, our publication on all social media platforms will be on hold until further notice.”Speaking to various media outlets shortly after the incident, former TomasinoWeb adviser Leo Laparan II maintained that what happened “was censorship.”“And I cannot accept and I cannot believe that as a practicing journalist, this incident happened in my two-decade career in a media organization in a student environment setting,” said Laparan II, who also worked as a desk editor for a national broadsheet, Philippine Star.Meanwhile, the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (NUJP) called on UST to “stop censoring the campus press.”“Any imposed takedown, especially over an imagined slight and not because of a factual or ethical lapse, erodes press freedom and the independence of the press,” it said.“The UST administration's reaction to a harmless photograph on TomasinoWeb of CICS students wearing their Type B uniform in front of a convenience store exposes its elitist stance. The Catholic school should instead uphold the dignity of work and honor the workers' contributions to the Philippine society,” added NUJP in a statement on February 19.At least seven UST college-based student publications also issued a joint statement on February 20 in support of TomasinoWeb, saying that “instead of fostering constructive dialogue about the challenges faced by convenience store workers, this situation has unfortunately led to unwarranted censorship, creating a chilling effect on other avenues of publication.”The UST administration and the OSA have yet to issue an official statement on the controversy.As this developed, other student publication groups have expressed solidarity with TomasinoWeb.“Censorship, even at the campus level, is a form of oppression that suppresses free speech. Press freedom is not a privilege, but a fundamental right that serves as the bedrock of a democratic society,” said An Lantawan, a student publication of Leyte Normal University in Tacloban City.“Hence, we, at An Lantawan, refuse to remain silent against such repressive acts against the campus press, especially that we have experienced firsthand the challenges and threats that come with our commitment to truth and transparency,” added An Lantawan.In a statement on February 26, the Tacloban City-based campus publication urged for the “swift enactment of House Bill 1155 or the Campus Press Freedom Bill.”“This bill aims to revoke the Campus Journalism Act of 1991, which has several defects that endanger campus press freedom, such as the lack of guarantees for editorial autonomy. It also addresses the sources of campus press freedom violations and grants vital protections for student journalists,” it added.The College Editors Guild of the Philippines, the broadest alliance of tertiary student publications in the Asia-Pacific, reported around 1,000 cases of campus press violations from 2010 to 2020.Most of the offenses include harassment, libel cases against campus publication staff, and administrative intrusion. (Ronald O. Reyes/SunStar Philippines)

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