Philippine Independence Day parade sa NYC, nilahukan ng libu-libong Pilipino
admin • June 6, 2014 • 3316
Isang malaking watawat ng Pilipinas ang bitbit ng mga miyembro ng NGO na ito sa parada sa New York para sa pagdiriwang ng Kalayaan ng Pilipinas. (AARON ROMERO / Photoville International)
NEW YORK CITY, USA — Muling ipinagdiwang ang pinakamalaking Philippine Independence Day Parade sa Manhattan, New York City.
Libu-libong Pilipino mula sa iba’t-ibang estado ng Amerika ang dumayo upang sumuporta at makita ang mga Pinoy pride gaya nina Olympic Figure Skater Michael Christian Martinez at 2013 Miss World Meagan Young at iba pa.
(Left-Right) Miss World 2013 Meagan Young; Black Eye Peas member Apl.D.Ap o Allan Pineda. (AARON ROMERO / Photoville International)
“The Philippine Independence Day Parade here in New York is getting bigger and bigger every year,” saad ni Consul General Marion De Leon.
Ang delegasyon ng Philippine Embassy sa pagdiriwang. (ERNESTO FERNANDEZ / UNTV News)
Bakas ang Filipino pride sa naturang parada hindi lamang sa mukha ng ating mga kababayang Fil-Am kundi pati na rin sa mga pambato ng bansa.
“We’re just about anywhere in the world and what’s nice about is that you always have that family feel with everyone, it’s almost like we will always take care of each other and for me I take that to heart and thats something I’m very proud of,” pahayag ni WBO Light Featherweight Champion Ana Julaton.
(Left-Right) WBO Light Featherweight Champion Ana Julaton; Olympic Figure Skater Michael Christian Martinez. (AARON ROMERO / Photoville International)
“It’s good to let everyone know around the world that Pinoys can do what anyone else can do, you know what I mean so it’s great,” saad naman ni Fil-Am Race Driver Michelle Marie Bumgarner.
Ang New York Philippine Independence Day parade ay ginaganap taon-taon sa sentro ng New York City bilang simbolo ng malaking kontribusyon ng ating mga Filipino-American sa ekonomiya at kultura ng lungsod. (UNTV News America: Reporter: Enzo Cruz, Scriptwriter: Sonny Cos,Photographers: Aaron Romero, Ernesto Fernandez,Editor: Ruth Navales)
Ang Filipino-American ang isa sa pinakamalaking lahing may dugong Asyano ayon sa census ng US Government kaya naman taon-taon din na dinudumog ang pagdiriwang na ito. (ERNESTO FERNANDEZ / UNTV News)
MANILA, Philippines – Vice President Leni Robredo on Wednesday called on the public to fight for equal opportunities for all Filipinos as the country celebrates the 121st Philippine Independence Day.
In her message, Robredo urged Filipinos to draw inspiration from forebearers who fought for the country’s freedom from colonizers.
“Sa paggunita natin ngayon ng ating kasarinlan, sana ay balikan natin kung paano, bilang isang lahi, ay pinili nating sundin ang sarili nating landas, magtayo ng sarili nating gobyerno at magtatag ng sariling estado,” Robredo said in her message released on Wednesday.
The Vice President underscored that in choosing freedom from foreign oppressors, Filipinos have the responsibility to establish a nation where everyone would have an opportunity to live peacefully and prosperously.
“Sa pagtutulak ng interes na ito, inako natin ang responsibilidad na gumawa ng isang lipunang malaya, makatarungan at makatao. Isang lipunan kung saan ang bawat Pilipino ay may oportunidad na mabuhay nang sagana at mapayapa,” she said.
“Hanggang sa araw na ito, nakaatang ang responsibilidad na ito sa bawat isa sa atin. Ito ang pinaglaban ng mga nauna sa atin at ito na rin ang tungkuling iniwan sa atin upang gampanan: ang masigurong nabubuhay tayo sa isang Pilipinas kung saan umaangat ang bawat isang mamamayan,” she added.
Robredo continued with: “Bilang mga lingkod bayan, nasa ating pananagutan ang pangarap na ito para sa bawat Pilipino: na lahat ay kabahagi at walang maiiwan; na lahat ay may pantay-pantay na oportunidad sa pag-unlad.”
In her message, she also gave honor to the sacrifices made by the country’s heroes.
“Kinikilala natin ang lahat ng nagsumikap at lumaban para matupad ang pangarap ng isang malayang Pilipinas, at para sa karapatan ng bawat Pilipinong panghawakan ang sarili niyang kinabulkasan,” Robredo said.
She also expressed hope that as Filipinos celebrate the country’s Independence Day, it would make them remember their love and responsibility for the Philippines and the things that could be attained through unity.
“Nawa’y pukawin ng pagdiriwang na ito ang isang malalim na pagmamahal para sa bayan, at maging paalala s abawat isa ng kung ano ang kaya nating marating sa ating pagbabayanihan,” she said.
Robredo led the 121st Independence Day rites at the Rizal Park on Wednesday, along with outgoing Manila Mayor Joseph Estrada.
MANILA, Philippines – The Manila Police District (MPD) Traffic Enforcement Unit on Tuesday announced it will implement road closure and rerouting of vehicles in some parts of Manila on June 12 for the celebration of the country’s 121st Independence Day.
In an advisory, the MPD said the following roads will be closed on Wednesday beginning at 5 a.m.:
North and southbound lane of Roxas Boulevard from Katigbak drive to Pres. Quirino Avenue
North and southbound lane of Roxas Boulevard from TM Kalaw Avenue to Pres. Quirino Avenue
Authorities also advised motorists on the following traffic rerouting schemes:
All light vehicles traveling along Bonifacio Drive intending to utilize the southbound lane of Roxas Blvd. should turn left at P. Burgos, turn right to Ma. Orosa, or go straight to Finance Road to point of destination
Motorists from the westbound of Kalaw Ave. intending to use the southbound lane of Roxas Blvd. should turn left to MH Del Pilar to point of destination.
All light vehicles intending to use the northbound lane of Roxas Blvd. should turn right Pres. Quirino to point of destination.
From 5:00 a.m. onwards, trucks will also not be allowed to enter Roxas Boulevard from the following roads:
Corner of Pres. Quirino Avenue to Katigbak Drive
Bonifacio Drive from Anda Circle to Katigbak Drive
President Quirino Avenue Extension (Plaza Dilao)
All trucks traveling along Bonifacio Drive, intending to use the southbound lane of Roxas Boulevard, should take the roundabout of Anda Circle going northbound to R10, turn right to Capulong, and take the south truck route to point of destination.
Trucks intending to traverse the northbound lane of Roxas Blvd. should turn right to Pres. Quirino Avenue to point of destination.
While trucks that are going to ply the Pres. Quirino Avenue Extension to UN Avenue should go straight to Pres Quirino Avenue to Nagtahan to point of destination.
Use of aerial drones over the vicinity of the event areas and the United States Embassy is prohibited, the MPD said.
The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) will hold job fairs in 21 locations nationwide in time for the celebration of the Philippine Independence Day.
DOLE said its Independence Day Job and Business Fair, with the theme “Kalayaan 2019 Tapang ng Bayan, Malasakit sa Mamamayan,” will be held on June 12, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
DOLE said more than 70,000 local and overseas jobs will be offered to applicants.
Top vacancies for local employment are production machine operators, production worker/factory workers, customer service representatives, call center agents, sewers, sales clerks, cashiers, delivery crews, service crews and marketing officers.
For overseas employment, the top vacancies are cleaners, professional nurses (general), waiters/waitresses, service crews, company drivers, registered midwives, staff nurses, english language teachers (Japan), janitress, barista, technicians (general) and nursing aides.
DOLE said the job fairs will be held in the following areas:
National Capital Region (NCR)
San Andres Sports Complex, Malate, Manila
Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR)
Sky Zone, Porta Vaga Mall, Upper Session Road, Baguio City
Nepo Mall, Dagupan City
Candon Civic Center, Candon City, Ilocos Sur
Union Christian College, San Fernando City, La Union
Peoples Gymnasium, Tuguegarao City, Cagayan
Ayala Malls, Harbor Point, Subic Freeport Zone
Pavilion Mall, Biñan City, Laguna
Liwasang Aguinaldo (FREEDOM PARK), Kawit, Cavite
San Jose, Occidental Mindoro
888 Premier Mall, Bacolod City
Cebu City Sports Complex/ Abellana National School
Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu
Lamberto L. Macias Sports and Cultural Center, Dumaguete City
Provincial Covered Court, Catbalogan City, Samar
KCC Mall de Zamboanga, Gov. Camins Road, Zamboanga City
ATRIUM, Limketkai Center, Cagayan de Oro City
NCC Mall Buhangin, Km. 7, Tigatto Road, Buhangin,
Trade Hall SM City Gensan, General Santos City
PLGU Training Center, Capitol, Butuan City
Interested applicants are advised to bring with them the following requirements: multiple copies of resume or curriculum vitae; 2×2 ID photos; photocopy of training certificates, PRC license (if applicable), diploma (if applicable) and certificate of employment (for previously employed).
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