President Rodrigo Duterte and Vice President Leni Robredo (INQUIRER.net file photo) MANILA, Philippines — President Rodrigo Duterte and Vice President Leni Robredo should release a “joint public service announcement” that would boost public confidence in the safety of COVID-19 vaccines, Senator Joel Villanueva suggested Thursday. This, as the senator stressed that among the problems being faced by the government’s inoculation drive is “vaccine hesitancy in general” and not the “brand rejection” among the public. “Ang isang mungkahi po natin, maglabas ng isang joint public service announcement ang Pangulo at ang Bise Pangulo [A suggestion that we can give is for the president and the vice president to release a joint public service announcement]. This is the kind of ad that will be effective in convincing a large part of our population that vaccines are safe,” Villanueva said in a statement. “Ito po ang tambalang nakikita nating mabisa na pangontra sa mga fake news [This is a ... » Learn More about Duterte, Robredo together in ‘ad’ for COVID-19 jabs? Why not, says senator
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Inforial (The Jakarta Post) - ● Wed, June 16, 2021 2021-06-16 00:00 0 c78dad32e3af0945bdb46490a80c27e9 4 Inforial Free Palm oil is contained in many daily products, from food, cosmetics and personal care products to household cleaning products. This means that the public both benefits from and is highly dependent on the palm oil industry for the various products they consume. Most Indonesian consumers, however, are unaware of the palm oil content of various consumer goods. As a consequence, they are also unaware of the impact of the industry’s exponential and rapid growth. This low public awareness is likely is due to the indirect relevance of palm oil in consumers’ daily lives, as well as the complex and multilayered production chain, which can be hard to digest. A consumer survey by MarkPlus Inc. published in 2020 found that most consumers primarily associated palm oil with cooking oils and margarines. The survey also showed that although most ... » Learn More about Why should you care about sustainable palm oil?
Roy Ngerng, a Singaporean man and bloggervist, who used to write lengthy blog posts but eventually got sued for it , said on April 16, 2021 that he had raised S$144,389.14 via crowdfunding in nine days -- enough money to pay off at one shot all outstanding damages owed to Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. In 2015, PM Lee was awarded S$150,000 in damages after successfully suing Ngerng for libel. To date, Ngerng has paid PM Lee S$6,000. He had been paying S$100 a month for the past five years. Ngerng's fundraising campaign was launched as he is set to start paying PM Lee S$1,000 a month for the next 12 years. The Singaporean man who is now living in Taiwan said S$1,000 amounted to about half his monthly salary. Ngerng relying on crowdfunding momentum Ngerng was influenced to start his own campaign following a successful fundraiser by Leong Sze Hian, a blogger and opposition politician who was most recently sued for libel by PM Lee and made to pay damages to the ... » Learn More about Bloggervist Roy Ngerng raises S$144,389 in 9 days after asking for donations to pay off damages owed to PM Lee