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Honest Taxi Driver Returns Bag with Php200k and Valuables, Receives Huge Reward from Owner

When Yeong Seon Cho, a 67-year-old businessman from Incheon, South Korea, left his bag in the cab of Lino Beruico, the taxi driver in Quezon City did not even feel tempted to take any of his money from the bag! As reward for his honesty, Yeong gave the taxi driver a huge amount of money! Wow.

Beruico did not rest after finding the bag left by Yeong inside his cab. Instead, he went straight to Raffy Tulfo in Action to seek help in returning the bag to its rightful owner. Upon inspection, it was discovered that the bag contained Php200,000 in cash, some credit cards, the owner’s passport, and other valuables and documents.

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The program’s staff immediately reached out to Yeong whom they discovered was just nearby as he had business with Felix Mining whose office is close to TV5, its sister company.

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The Korean was able to immediately go to the station to claim the money and meet with the honest taxi driver who returned his lost bag. According to Yeong, he was worried about the lost valuables, particularly his passport and credit cards; thus, he felt really happy that Beruico returned his bag.

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But everyone was surprised when Yeong offered Beruico 20% of the lost money as reward for his honesty! While he could have kept the Php200k, of course, getting Php40k as honest reward was clearly much better.

Photo credit: Raffy Tulfo in Action / YouTube

Tulfo praised the Korean for his generosity, but Yeong brushed that off and said that it was really just money, what was important is that he was worried the previous day about his passport yet Beruico had so honestly returned his bag, intact.

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What is a Sister Company?

A sister company is simply a company that has close affiliations to another company in that they have the same owners or same parent company. The companies are considered as subsidiaries of the same parent company.

While their employees and staff might be different, sister companies can run cross-promotions, share the same compound or office building, and actively encourage customers to support the other sister companies.

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Gorgeous “Bibingka Girl” from Cebu Goes Viral, Shares Dream of Becoming a Cop

A gorgeous young woman dubbed as the “Bibingka Girl” recently went viral for her beauty and netizens think she has the makings of a model or a showbiz star. But this young woman from Barangay Taboc in Danao City, Cebu, would surprise everyone after she shared her dream of becoming a cop!

Discovery of the “Bibingka Girl”

Cristy Cuizon was just minding her own business (figuratively and quite literally as well!) as she sold ‘bibingka’ to the crowd watching a motocross race in Barangay Tac-an, when she was spotted by Clark Laurent Dumon.

Photo credit: Darkroom Cebu / Clark Laurent Dumon
The photographer, who also happens to be one of the administrators of the Darkroom Cebu page, said that they were just waiting during the event when they saw someone preparing bibingka at a stall near the venue. But upon closer look, they were amazed by her beauty.

Clark was impressed by this young lady’s looks, saying that it is rare for someone so beautiful to still remain so simple. He also described the 18-year-old Cristy as a “very accommodating vendor”.

This is what a real woman is, never too concerned of her physical appearance,” a netizen wrote.

Photo credit: Darkroom Cebu / Clark Laurent Dumon
The carrot boy in Ifugao is now a star, hopefully, Cebu’s bibingka girl will get national attention,” another commented.

A well-known beauty clinic in Cebu quickly offered to offer their services for free! But many netizens advised the young woman on social media not to go through beauty treatments that might change her natural beauty.

Dream of Becoming a Cop

While the 17-year-old “Bibingka Girl” from Barangay Taboc in Danao City would definitely make a gorgeous model or beauty queen, she prefers to focus on her studies and become a cop in the future.

Cristy is a Grade 10 student at the DT Durano Memorial Integrated School. On her free time, she helps her family sell bibingka as well as other items like banana cue, tempura, and even edible oil.

 

Photo credit: Darkroom Cebu / Clark Laurent Dumon
Being the eldest I have to help my grandmother and mother whenever I’m free. I help sell bibingka because this is our source of income,” Cristy told Cebu Daily News.

But she is also set her eyes on a bigger goal in the future: becoming a cop.

I want to help my family and others. I’m not scared to be a police officer. I want to protect my community especially against illegal d***s,” Cristy declared.

What is Bibingka?

Photo credit: Darkroom Cebu / Clark Laurent Dumon
Bibingka is a type of baked rice cake from the Philippines. It is traditional cooked using clay pots lined with banana leaves. The banana leaves are often included as part of the serving presentation for the bibingka.
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Barefoot Student Goes Viral for Giving Bananas as Gift to Teacher Assigned in the Mountains

Living in the mountains, a kid named Manuel still has to walk far to go to school, but this did not stop him from going to his classes, anyway, even if that meant being so late at times. What’s even sadder, this kid does not have money to buy slippers, yet he tries his best to go to school, anyway.

Recently, Manuel went viral after giving his teacher a sweet gift of bananas, most likely fresh from their yard!

Photo credit: Ryan James Dueñas / Facebook

Bananas for the Teacher

Ryan James Dueñas, a teacher assigned in the mountains, understands the difficulties that his students experience on a daily basis. Many of the kids have to walk far to school and most don’t have enough resources to buy the things they need for school. That’s he always aims to be understanding of his class.

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One day, Manuel arrived in school very late for the class. They had already completed the prelim activities and done with their 30-minute reading intervention. The kid knew he was very late and might get in trouble; so, he shyly stayed outside until the class noticed that he was there.

They quickly informed Teacher Ryan who let the kid in. He was late but Manuel was welcome to the class.

Photo credit: Ryan James Dueñas / Facebook

But as he continued with their lesson in English, Teacher Ryan noticed that Manuel was not paying attention. He was busy with something in his bag. Because he wanted the kid to listen properly and catch up on their lesson, Teacher Ryan called him out.

The teacher was surprised, however, when the kid brought out a bunch of bananas from his bag – and gave this to the teacher! Apparently, the kid was grateful for the teacher’s kindness to him and his classmates.

Shoes for the Student

Photo credit: Ryan James Dueñas / Facebook

The surprised teacher was happy with the gift and posted it on his Facebook account where it went viral. He also decided to surprise the student with a new pair of shoes!

What is Reading Intervention?

Reading intervention is a kind of activity or series of strategies that help struggling readers develop their ability to read.

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Licensed Teacher Becomes Waiter in Kuwait, Admits Feeling Down but Shares Success Story

He graduated from Secondary Education major in English in De La Salle University-Dasmariñas, one of the prestigious universities in the Philippines in 2015. But though he is a Licensed Professional Teacher, netizen “JM Papa” would become a waiter in Kuwait.

Admitting to feeling down over what he had gone through, JM Papa would later share his success story in a Facebook post that quickly went viral.

teacher to waiter
Photo credit: JM Papa / Facebook

According to him, he was a consistent 100% university scholar and government scholar, too. He was also quite active in school, involved in various activities from singing, dancing, acting, leading, cheerleading, and so much more.

From Teacher to Waiter

Despite being a professional, he found himself working as waiter in a casual-dining restaurant in Kuwait.

From a high-achieving individual to a waiter. When I started working as a waiter, my co-workers were always questioning my decision. You could’ve been teaching in a public school in the PH but why did you choose to be a waiter in Kuwait. It’s solely because of my dream not only for myself but most especially for my family,” he lamented.

teacher becomes waiter
Photo credit: JM Papa / Facebook

He was quick to explain that he’s not putting waiters down, but actually respects them. Yet as a teacher, he felt that he could have done better. But as the months passed and he was able to build a house for his family in a gated subdivision, he felt so much better. After all, the waiter job in Kuwait paid twice the salary of a public school teacher in the Philippines.

From Waiter to HR Coordinator

Yet JM Papa admitted that he felt down and lost his self-confidence, especially because he wasn’t recognized as a good worker at his job. He didn’t have the courage to apply for a higher position. Thankfully, he managed to overcome that eventually.

He got hired as Human Resource (HR) Coordinator at a prestigious general trading & construction company in Kuwait. This definitely helps him feel more confident now – and certainly pays a better job than being a waiter.

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Photo credit: JM Papa / Facebook

What is an HR Coordinator?

The HR coordinator assists HR managers with recruitment, maintaining employee records, payroll processing, and providing administrative support to all employees.

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