State weather forecasters ssay that the tropical depression outside the Philippines’ area of responsibility will strengthen into a typhoon by this weekend. From Himawari IR1 via Pagasa MANILA, Philippines — The tropical depression outside the Philippines’ area of responsibility strengthened on Tuesday, with state weather meteorologists predicting that it will become a typhoon by the weekend. Latest updates from the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) showed that the tropical depression was last spotted 1,290 kilometers east of Mindanao. It had maximum sustained winds of 55 kilometers per hour (kph) and gustiness of up to 70 kph. It is moving west at a speed of 20 kph. Even though it is currently moving westward, Pagasa said that it is likely to move to the north by Wednesday, by which time it would have become a tropical storm. After Wednesday afternoon, it may move northeast and become a severe tropical storm by Friday ... » Learn More about Storm outside PAR strengthens; may intensify into typhoon by weekend
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BACOLOD CITY: The provincial government of Negros Occidental had been assured by the national government of 3 million doses of vaccine for 70 percent of its population or 1.5 million residents, lawyer Rayfrando Diaz, provincial administrator said. Diaz said in accordance to the advice of Provincial Consultant former Rep. Alfredo Benitez and reiterated by the Department of Health Western Visayas, 117,000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine would arrive in the country by the second week of February. Two weeks after, about 3.5 million to 9 million AstraZeneca vaccines would follow, which is a national allocation, he added. He said there was a big chance that the province would get an allocation of the Astrazeneca vaccines, which are only enough for the provincial health workers and frontliners. The Negros Occidental provincial government already purchased 100,000 doses of the AstraZeneca vaccines, which are expected to arrive in the province in the third quarter of 2021. During a ... » Learn More about Negros Occidental assured of vaccines
So, the tickets for the Singapore-Hong Kong flights are in limbo again or cost a small fortune (probably your entire year’s coffee’s worth ). But, as they say, where there’s a will, there’s a way. Chinese New Year is around the corner, and there’s definitely going to be less visiting this year no thanks to the daily a cap of eight unique visitors per household per day. If you ever find yourself finishing up your CNY visitations early, here’s showing you the many things to do in our beautiful island country, as you make your bookings on the right credit card and earn rewards, points and cashback, instead of stuffing yourself with pineapple tarts at home. In this article, we aim to capture the best activities in Singapore every month, so you can mark your calendar and plan your week around them. We will try to cover a range of our recommended options for the outdoorsy, the adventurous, the artsy, the closet food connoisseur, and the leisure-loving souls. At the risk of quoting ... » Learn More about Things to do in Singapore that get you the most bang for your buck (Feb 2021)
Predicting the future of work is hard when you're still in the midst of the catastrophe. It's clear though that futuristic trends are emerging having been catalysed by the Covid-19 pandemic. The big question is to what degree they'll survive the crisis? On Career 360, Howie Lim finds out from Dan Schawbel, Managing Partner of Workplace Intelligence, Workplace Researcher, and Author of New York Times bestseller, “Back to Human”. Howie Lim: Although the technology to facilitate remote works have been around for over a decade, Covid-19 has forced hundreds of millions of employers and employees worldwide to engage in a sudden massive real-time experiment with remote work arrangements. But to what extent is the pandemic-induced regime of remote work, flexible hours and AI-enabled software here to stay? Dan Schawbel: I mean Covid-19 has accelerated, amplified and prioritised a lot of the big workplace trends that have been going on for many years. We could have [started] working ... » Learn More about How long do you think the hybrid workplace will last?
Oft cited for her keen fashion sense, Mae Tan is known for many things: She’s the creative consultant for hip local clothing boutique Surrender, a fashion influencer with 107K followers on Instagram ( @marxmae ), and a TV personality who starred in Netflix series Singapore Social (2019). A few years ago, the 25-year-old also embarked on an eco-conscious journey. Her most recent project: teaming up with online luxury reselling platform Vestiaire Collective to help launch its Wardrobe Reality Check Challenge in April this year. Mae was one of five inspiring women who are passionate about sustainable fashion (including actress and social entrepreneur Lily Cole, models Arizona Muse and Cara G McIlroy, and co-founder of Future Earth Steph Shep) and tasked to re-evaluate their own wardrobes to purge items and sell on the platform. This comes hot off the heels of her many projects to spread the word, including a plastic-awareness event she hosted with Paul Foster in conjunction with ... » Learn More about Singapore Social’s Mae Tan on being an eco-conscious fashion influencer