the other day, the speaker turned out to be my good friend
for september’s psg,
i would have to agree with
for starters, the philippines does not have a very efficient railway system to connect major philippine towns and cities. buses, jeeps and tricycles have no fixed schedule. cabs do not follow the meter. important roads and bridges are perpetually under repair. whether guests are inside their hotel rooms or elsewhere, avoiding thieves/snatchers has become a way of living. we couldn’t even open manila's new international airport without controversy. everything is tainted with graft and corruption. the kind-hearted among our people have been upstaged very easily by the forces of evil. nakakahiya talaga.
the irony is that we have scenic locations that can rank prominently with the world’s best. negros oriental, palawan, cebu,
eden sorupia with guests during a reception hosted by a.n.u. linguistics professor andrew and wife medina pawley at o' connor
returning to dissertation work at coombs after the reception
alfred nicdao in forensic investigators this week
every week, forensic investigators: australia's true crimes (wednesday, 8:30 p.m., on channel 7) highlight the brilliant detective and forensic science work that helped crack true-to-life cases in australia.
this week, filipino-australian actor alfred nicdao will be featured in an episode entitled "operation sorbet". shot in melbourne, melbourne airport and geelong, wednesday's episode touches on the swift action by the australian federal police to thwart a dramatic attempt to smuggle $A160 million worth of heroin into australian waters. alfred will portray the role of teng, a heroin drug smuggler.
forensic investigators is hosted by four-time gold logie winner lisa mccune.
alfred nicdao, when he appeared weeks ago in blue heelers
australian actors cliford poon and alfred nicdao
victor wong gets caught by the police in forensic investigators
alfred nicdao and victor wong behind the scenes in forensic investigators