Responsive Ad Slot


Buhay Pinay




Philippine News

Join us at Facebook!

Hong Kong News

Community Events


The SUN Calendar

Community Announcements



Tribong Pinoy


DIY Travel


Balitang Artista

HK activists join anti-govt, anti-martial law protest at PCG

Posted on 22 September 2018 No comments
Protesters who denounced martial law also called for an end to Duterte's 'tyrannical rule'

By Daisy CL Mandap

Local activists led by former legislator Leung Kwok-hung, better known as “Long Hair”, joined a protest at the Consulate on Sept. 20, a day ahead of the 46th anniversary of the declaration of martial law by the deposed Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos.

Leung, who represented the League of Social Democrats, said that both Marcos and the incumbent President, Rodrigo Duterte, promised a new society to Filipinos seeking changes. “But where is it now?” he asked.

He expressed concern at what he said were the “tens of thousands of people being threatened by secret police,” in reference to the reported extra-judicial killings being carried out in the Philippines in pursuit of Duterte’s war on drugs.
Speakers included Pelaez (foreground), Villanueva (with cap),
and beside him, 'Long Hair' Leung  and Mong
Another local activist, Mong Siu-tat of the Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions, said: “We are fighting not just for the dead, but also for the living.”

Mong said that if no one protested now, the killings in the Philippines will continue, as they have in other parts of the world.

“The fight must continue regardless of who you are, no matter where you are from,” he said. “Together let us build a more democratic society.”

The organizers of the protest, made up of various militant Filipino organizations and individuals in Hong Kong, said in a statement: “There are many signs that the Duterte government is setting the stage for the declaration of a nationwide martial law or a similar draconian measure on a national scale.”

This is said to be seen in the removal of the Chief Justice, the filing of trumped-up charges against known personalities in the opposition and the progressive movement, and the declaration of martial law in Mindanao under the guise of fighting terrorism.

The statement likened Duterte’s crackdown on the united opposition to Marcos’ brutal suppression of Filipinos’ struggle for land, decent employment, human rights and justice.

One of their leaders, Dolores Balladares-Pelaez, zeroed in on two major concerns: the violent killings of more than 20,000 Filipinos in line with Duterte’s anti-drug campaign, and the eviction of tribal people from their lands, notably the lumads.
Leung said Duterte, like Marcos, failed to deliver the promised change
In closing, another speaker, Eman Villanueva, noted that the International People’s Tribunal had just declared Duterte guilty of “gross human rights violations.”

He said the Hong Kong protesters fully support the findings, and will continue their fight against Duterte’s tyrannical rule to ensure the dark days of martial in the Philippines “never happen again.”

Villanueva also announced that on the next day, tens of thousands of Filipinos were due to hold various rallies in the Philippines “not only to commemorate martial law, but also to oppose Duterte’s looming dictatorship.”

Martial law in the Philippines was declared by Marcos on Sept 21, 1972, purportedly to avert subversion by anti-government forces, but in reality, was meant to allow him to extend his iron-fist rule for 20 years.

Marcos lifted martial law in 1981, and was overthrown through a popular revolt on Feb. 25, 1986.

According to the human rights group, Amnesty International, more than 70,000 Filipinos were arrested during martial law, 34,000 were tortured, and 3,240 were killed by the military and the police.

No-show Pinay and twin daughters fail in bid to stop deportation

Posted on 21 September 2018 No comments
A Filipina who claims her ex-partner might kill her and her twin daughters if they returned home has lost her bid for a judicial review of the government’s decision to deny their application for non-refoulement, or against deportation.

The Court of First Instance rejected on Sept 7 the application for leave to apply for a judicial review filed by Jeneth Pepito who was not in court. The court said it was not convinced of her ground for appealing the dismissals by the Immigration director and Torture Claim Appeal Board of her application for non-refoulement.

The High Court, where the Court of First Instance is located.
Pepito had asked for more time to apply for leave for herself and her daughters Zainab Iftikhar Ahmed and Ayesha Iftikhar Ahmed, on the ground that they were not represented in their appeal before the Board, and they were not assisted by an interpreter.

But after considering the documents and as the applicant was absent, Judge Bruno Chan refused to extend the deadline for applying for leave, and dismissed Pepito’s application.

The judge said Pepito was able to argue her case fully when she appeared before the Director. She was able to testify and make representation in the appeal hearing before the TCAB and to answer questions put to her by the adjudicator without difficulty, Chan said. 

“I do not find anything amiss arising from the lack of legal representation in the appeal process, and I do not think this ground is reasonably arguable,” Bruno said.

The judge also said that a rigorous scrutiny of the decisions of both the director and the TCAB, failed to show any error of law or procedural unfairness, nor did they fail to apply high standards of fairness in considering the applicant’s claim.

Pepito, 33, last arrived in Hong Kong on Apr 9, 2015 to work as a domestic helper. She overstayed after May 8, 2015 when she was dismissed prematurely.

The Filipina surrendered to Immigration on July 20, 2015 and filed for non-refoulement, claiming that if she returned home, she would be harmed or killed by her former common-law husband, a certain “JE”, after he learned that she bore two daughters by a Pakistani man. 

Pepito gave birth to her twin daughters on Oct 29, 2015 in Hong Kong. She subsequently also lodged a non-refoulement claim for the girls, citing the same grounds.

In her application, Pepito, a native of Dolores, Abra, said she started living with JE after her
studies, and they had a son and a daughter. She claimed JE had been abusive when drunk, at one time breaking her nose with a punch and threatening her with a kitchen knife. 

On Aug 11, 2016, the director of Immigration rejected Pepito and her daughters’ claim on all
applicable grounds, including risk of torture, risk of torture or cruel, inhuman or degrading
treatment or punishment, and risk of persecution, saying the risks were low.

On Jan 4, 2017, he refused their claim again because of their failure to submit additional facts that may be relevant to their non-refoulement claim.

By then, Pepito’s appeal to the TCAB filed on Aug 29, 2016, on behalf of herself and her daughters against the earlier decision of the director, was in progress. On Jun 30, 2017, the appeal was dismissed and the Board confirmed the decisions of the director.

Pepito applied for leave for a judicial review of both decisions on Dec 7, 2017, but did not include her two daughters as co-applicants, nor did she attend the oral hearing, Bruno said. – Vir B. Lumicao

Wise si amo

Posted on No comments
Tatlong buwan nang nakakaramdam ng pananakit ng likod, pagkahilo at sakit sa ulo si Tess, 47, Capampangan at taga North Point, pero tuwing nagpapatingin siya sa ospital na pampubliko ay laging alta presyon lang ang laging sinasabi sa kanya ng doktor.

Nang lumala na ang kanyang panghihina ay sumangguni siya sa kanyang amo, at ang sabi ng amo ay hindi talaga siya susuriing masyado sa ospital kung hindi malala ang kanyang kundisyon.

Dahil talagang masama na ang pakiramdam ni Tess ay tumawag ng ambulansya ang kanyang amo, at pinagbilinan siya na huwag babangon at tatayo kapag dumating ang sasaklolo. Ayon sa amo, hindi daw siya dadalhin ng ambulansya kapag nakakatayo siya.

Kaya nang dumating ang mga paramedics at sinabihan siya ng isa ng, “Stand up” ay pumikit si Tess at hindi sumagot. Sabagay, talagang hinang hina naman daw ang kanyang pakiramdam. Hindi na nag-atubili pa ang mga sumaklolo at dinala siya sa Pamela Youde Nethersole Eastern Hospital sa Chaiwan kung saan agad siyang sinaksakan ng dextrose para lumakas.

Ayon kay Tess, may siyam na doktor na lalaki at isang babae ang nag-eksamin sa kanya, at bawat isa ay pumisil-pisil sa kanyang tiyan. Na-admit siya sa ospital pero hindi siya nakatulog sa dami ng mga doktor at nars na tumingin sa kanya.

“Walanghiya pinagpapraktisan yata ako” sabi niya sa kanyang  sarili.

Sa tulong ng kanyang amo ay nakumpleto lahat ng mga test kay Tess, kabilang na ang colonoscopy at gastrocopy.

Doon daw niya napatunayan na tunay na may malasakit sa kanya ang kanyang amo. Matapos ang lahat ng mga test ay pinalabas na si Tess, at nakahinga siya ng maluwag dahil wala namang lumitaw na sakit na dapat niyang ipag-alala.

Ngayon na maganda na ang kanyang pakiramdam ay ayaw nang ituloy ni Tess ang balak na umuwi na sa Pilipinas. Pagkatapos niyang ma general check-up ng libre ay kumbinsido siyang wala siyang dapat ipag-alala. – George Manalansan

Nawala ang gamit sa door to door

Posted on No comments
Nitong Agosto ilang migranteng manggagawa ang nadismaya sa isang sikat na door-to-door company dahil naglaho sa bodega nito ang kanilang mga gamit na nasa nylon striped bags na inilagak nila doon.

Ayon kay Marilyn Abad, 30, isang Bisaya, noong ma- terminate siya ay kinailangan niyang magpa- storage dahil bigla siyang pinababa ng ng dating amo. Nang umabot sa tatlong buwang palugit ang mga gamit niya sa storage ay tumawag siya sa kumpanya at sinabihan siya na kailangang magmulta siya ng $2 kada araw bilang penalty. Pumayag naman daw siya na bayaran ang multa dahil hindi pa niya maempake agad ang mga gamit.

Nang magkapera siya ay agad siyang tumawag sa kumpanya para bayaran na ang kanyang mga utang at maipadala na ang kanyang mga gamit, ngunit ang sabi daw ng sumagot ay itinapon na ang mga ito.

Kwento naman ni Henlyn Sarmiento, 35, at isang Ilokana, nagpa-storage din daw siya ng mahigit isang buwan. Nang puntahan niya para i-pack ang mga gamit ay nakita niyang sira na ang sakong lalagyan ng mga ito, at wala na ang mga magagandang damit na nasa loob. Panay mga pinagpilian na lang daw ang natira.

Isang kaibigan ang nagpayo na magreklamo siya sa pulis, pero minabuti ni Henlyn na tumahimik na lang daw dahil ayaw niyang maabala pa. Pero masama ang loob niya dahil wala man lang daw humingi ng paumanhin sa kanya dahil sa nangyari, at panay turuan ang nangyari sa mga trabahador sa bodega, sa truck at sa opisina ng kumpanya.

Pati si Teresa Pabalate, 46, na Kapampangan naman, ay nawalan din. Nagpa storage siya ng mahigit isang buwan, at nang balikan niya ang mga gamit para iempake ay nawawala na. Dalawang beses daw siyang bumalik para hanapin ang kanyang mga gamit, nguni’t walang maipakita ang kumpanya, hanggang sinabihan siya na sumama sa bodega nila para siya mismo ang maghanap doon.

Hindi alam ni Tess ang gagawin dahil nawalan na siyang maghanap pang muli, kahit may deposito na siyang $50 at isang sakong damit pa ang hindi na niya makita.
Kalaunan ay tinawagan si Tess ng kumpanya at pinagawa ng sulat para ireklamo ang nawala niyang gamit. Ilang araw pa ang nagdaan bago ibinalik ang kanyang deposito na $50 at binayaran ng $500 ang nawala niyang mga gamit. – George Manalansan

3-month hospital treatment for mom who left baby on sidewalk

Posted on No comments
By Vir B. Lumicao

A Filipina who was found guilty of abandoning her year-old baby boy on a street in Wanchai on Oct 19 last year was sentenced by a magistrate in Eastern Court to three months in a hospital for psychiatric treatment.

Magistrate Cheng Lim-chi meted out the non-custodial sentence on Sept 13 after the defense lawyer presented two psychiatric reports that recommended hospital treatment for the mother, Angelita Labador, for mental problems that led her to commit the offense.

“Defendant, I hear that hospital treatment is recommended for you. You are ordered to serve three months in hospital where you will receive treatment,” Cheng told Labador, who was said to be on recognizance.

“I believe that after treatment, you will feel a lot better. Depending on the results of the treatment, you should be able to resume your normal life,” the magistrate said, after telling the woman she would not be sent to prison.

The defense lawyer told Labador after the hearing that if she decides to go back to the Philippines after her treatment, she can apply for Immigration clearance and ask the Social Welfare Department to arrange her return home with her child.

The child was placed in the custody of the SWD after the incident, the court was told.
Labador, 38, was found guilty after trial on Aug 30 of a charge of “ill-treatment or neglect by those in charge of child or young person”. Her trial was delayed as the court allowed time for a psychiatric evaluation of the defendant.

The lawyer, briefing Labador at the dock before the hearing, said the doctors who examined her had recommended psychiatric treatment in hospital after finding that her brain had been affected by her regular use of methamphetamine.     

Labador was arrested on Oct 19 after an Indian female neighbor saw her leave her year-old baby boy on the pavement next to a rubbish bin near Tung Wah Centenary Square Garden at 284 Queen’s Road East.

Police found the baby conscious at 6:49 pm and sent him to Ruttonjee Hospital for a check-up. They later arrested Labador, who was crying and hiding nearby. In an interview by police, she claimed she was mentally unfit to give a statement.

After Labador posted bail, she stayed in a shelter run by the International Social Service Hong Kong, which also assisted her.

Deal with accredited EAs, report overcharging, labatt urges

Posted on No comments
By Vir B. Lumicao

Filipino jobseekers should always find out whether the Hong Kong partner of their Philippine recruiter is accredited with the Philippine Overseas Labor Office, or POLO.

And if they are overcharged by their agencies, they should file a complaint immediately.

Labour Attaché Nida Romulo
These were the key messages that Labour Attaché Nida Romulo sent out to those intending to work in Hong Kong, during an interview on Sept. 4

“Kapag nalaman namin ang tungkol sa overcharging, we will act appropriately on the complaint,” the labor attaché said.

Romulo spoke after another victim of overcharging went to the POLO on Sept 2 to complain against a Hong Kong agency that allegedly charged her $5,000 for finding her an employer here.

The agency, named in the complaint as Promise Employment Centre, was not accredited by POLO, nor was it licensed  by Hong Kong’s Employment Agencies Administration. To get the contract processed, it reportedly secured the services of a licensed operator, Top Wealth Employment Agency, which effectively acted as its sub-agent.

Promise allegedly charged the worker $5,000, which she paid in two installments. On top of this, her employer was charged $11,500 to secure her services.

When the worker learned that she was supposed to have been charged only $441 as agency commission, she complained to the agency.

In retaliation, Promise allegedly tried to discredit her with her employers, telling them that she was no longer happy working for them. That prompted her to go to POLO.

The labor office found out that Promise was not an accredited agency so it chased the sub-agent, Top Wealth, and ordered it to return the overcharged amount.

A Top Wealth representative, Jonathan Magbanua, returned $2,500 to the complainant to settle the dispute.

Incidentally, Top Wealth is still suspended by POLO for acting as sub-agent of another unaccredited operator, Vast Sky Employment Agency, which allegedly charged another worker $12,500 as placement fee.

Romulo said workers should deal only with licensed and accredited agencies in the Philippines and Hong Kong in order to be better protected against agency abuse.

“The workers should be discerning of the agencies that process their applications. They should go to accredited agencies and not to the sub-agents,” the labor attaché said.

She also urged all workers to spare time to read the booklets handed out by the Labour Department regarding employment agencies in Hong Kong.

“Tumutulong kami sa kanila sa abot ng aming makakaya,” Labatt Nida said as she urged victims of unscrupulous agencies or abusive employers to come forward and file complaints.

“Pero kung hindi sila magsasabi, hindi namin malalaman ang problema nila,” she said.

3 Filipino tourists in fake US$5B bank draft freed, but denied costs

Posted on 18 September 2018 No comments
Free again! Elmer Martinez, Eric Jude Soliman and Elmer Soliman
with a friend (in pink shirt) after retrieving their belongings from Central Police station

By Vir B. Lumicao

Three Filipino male tourists earlier accused in Eastern Court of trying to pass off a fake US$5billion bank draft as genuine were released on Tuesday afternoon after the prosecution withdrew its case against them for insufficient evidence.

But Magistrate Peter Law, saying he suspected a money laundering attempt, rejected the application of the lawyer for defendants Elmer Soliman, 57, and his son Eric Jude Soliman, 31, for “substantial” court costs as a result of the botched case.

Undeterred, the older Soliman told The SUN they were thinking of filing a claim for damages .

“Sinabi ng abogado namin, he will pursue” (the case), he said.

The father and son as well as the third defendant, Eliseo Martinez, 43, a municipal lawyer in Victoria, Tarlac, walked free around 2pm from the courthouse in Sai Wan Ho and went straight to the Immigration offices in Wanchai to apply for a visitor’s visa.

But the Immigration officer who attended to them gave them only until Sept 20, or two days, to remain in Hong Kong. The officer also handed each of them a document that they have to give to the Immigration officer at the airport when they leave for home.

Martinez, who expressed relief after being released by the court, said all he wanted to do was to find a place to sleep so he could recover from the experience and wake up with a clear mind the next day.

His wife, who was due to arrive in Hong Kong on Sept 19, reportedly cried in relief when told of her husband’s release in a phone call with his fellow Freemason Pieter Nootenboom.
The 3 accused with supporter and friend Pieter Nootenboom take a break after clearing Immigration
In court, the prosecutor told Magistrate Law that she was withdrawing the charge of “using a false instrument” against all three defendants due to insufficient evidence.

She acknowledged that the defendants went to HSBC in Central on June 25 merely to verify whether the bank draft in question was genuine.

All three were arrested by the police after they handed over the bank draft at the service counter.

After the case was withdrawn, the defense lawyer said he was asking for costs for the Solimans.

“The defendants were at the bank merely to verify whether the bank draft was genuine,” he said.

But Law rejected the application, saying the case also involved money laundering.

“When you go to the bank with a huge amount, in this case five thousand million US dollars, that is money laundering,” Law said.

Outside court, the elder Soliman said the charge that he was trying to open a bank account to deposit the bank draft was not true.

“We were not there to open an account. It was the bank staff who told that to the police,” he said.

He said he and his son would just rest overnight and decide by tomorrow if they will pursue the civil case.

What's on where?

Posted on No comments
The Philippine Consulate General and all its attached agencies including POLO will be closed on the following date:
Sept. 25 – Day Following Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival
Oct. 1 – PRC National Day (HK)
Oct 17 – Cheung Yeung Festival (HK)
There will be no official transactions on these dates.
In case of emergency, call:
9155 4023 (Consular assistance)
5529 1880 (POLO)
6345 9324 (OWWA)

Idulog Mo Kay Atorni 6
Free Legal Clinic with IBP lawyers
Sept 16, whole day, PCG Conference Room
9-10amLegal Forum, 10-12 Legal Consultation
POLO Training Room:
2-3pm, 3-5 pm Legal Consultation
To schedule free consultation, call Nida at 2823 8511 or Joel at 2823 8512

“Sagip Kapwa” Free Fire Safety Classes
Second Session: Oct 20 (Saturday) at Wong Tai Sin Fire Station, 28 Fung Tak Road, Wong Tai Sin, Kowloon
Twenty slots are available for each session. Certificates will be given. To register, send your name and mobile phone number by email to with the title: “FIRE” For other details, check the Philippine Consulate General Facebook page

Hike for a Cause
(Fund-raising for 10-year-old Charlene Kate Lariosa who is suffering from chronic kidney failure)
Sept. 23, 9:30am-11:30am, Peak to Mount High West View
Meeting place: Peak Galleria
Contact: Marites, 5711 1533

Coins for Bethune House 
Sept 30 is the deadline for submitting filled cans for the Coins for Bethune project.Cans are still available from the Mission for Migrant Office in Central or the Bethune shelter at Kowloon Union Church in Jordan Road, Kowloon. All Filipino community organizations are enjoined to participate in this yearly charity drive for one of the oldest shelters for distressed migrants.
For inquiries, please call 27213119, 25228264 or 93572125

FBC’s 7th Anniversary Bowling Party
Oct 7, 10am-4pm, South China Athletic Association Bowling Centre, Causeway Bay. Come in your funny costume, and join the games! Organizer: Filipino Bowling Club Hong Kong
Contact: Jenny 9401 7051

Silid Sining Pinay: Unlocking Pinay Creativity
Painting Workshop Sessions for OFWs in HK with Filipino artist Grace P. Camacho
Oct 7, 9am – 12nn, PCG Gallery
Organized by: PCG with Pitter Painter
Requirements: HKID copy and one 2x2" photo
To register, visit the PCG Cultural Section or email with subject: “SilidSining”

Nueva Vizcaya Day 2018
Oct 21 (Sunday), from 10 am, Chater Road, Central
Highlights: Search for Saniata ti Nueva Vizcaya 2018 and Sassy Look International 2018
Organizer: United Nueva Vizcayanos - HK

Mga pwedeng salihan

Posted on No comments
Caritas Health Courses for Migrant Workers

Medical Consultation and Acupuncture Services
Sept 16- Oct 21, 10 am – 1pm
$10 minimal fee will be collected)

Occupational Health and Safety Workshop
Sept 16- Nov 25 (6 Sundays in total), 10:30am-12:30pm
$20 minimal fee will be collected

Venue: Caritas Fortress Hill Centre. G/F., No. 28A Fortress Hill Road, Fortress Hill, Hong Kong.
For inquiries, please call  2147-5988

Health Concern Day,  to check:
- Body Mass Index (BMI)
- Blood pressure & glucose
- Stress test
- Musculoskeletal assessment
- Result getting & explanation

Sunday: Oct 14, 2:30-5:30pm for body check &
              Oct 28, 2:30-4:00pm for result and explanation
Saturday: Oct 27, 2:30-5:30pm for body check &
                 Nov. 3, 2:30pm-4:0pm  for result and explanation

A minimal fee of $20 will be collected from each participant
Venue: Caritas Fortress Hill Centre,G/F, 28A Fortress Hill Road, Fortress Hill
Contact: Caritas AMP (2147 5988; WhatsApp: 5497 2899)

Filcom group announcements:
Free Zumba Class
Sundays, 10am-11am (or stay longer if you want)
Pier 10, Central
Open to everyone
Offered by: Kayumanggi Zumba Fitness Group HK

Free Yoga Class 
Sundays, 8:30am-9:30am
Pier 10, Central
Open to everyone
Organized by: Andappan Yoga Community

Ano ang hatid ng Agosto?

Posted on No comments
ASO. Isinilang noong 1922/34/46/58/70/82/94
Nalilito ka dahil gusto mong kumilos at ipagpatuloy ang ginagawa, pero takot ka ring mabigo. Kung hindi gaanong mataas ang inaasam, maiiwasan ang mahirap na sitwasyon pero posibleng makawala ang maraming oportunidad, kailangang magdesisyon ka! Huwag magpautang sa kaibigan ng hindi masyadong pinag-isipan, baka hindi na makita uli ang pera o ang kaibigan, o pareho. Walang gaanong hadlang sa plano mo, pero kailangan ding mag-ingat. Lucky numbers: 9, 11, 23 at 46.
BABOY. Isinilang noong 1923/35/47/59/71/83/95
Ubod ka ng saya ngayon kaya maganda ang paningin mo sa lahat ng bagay, at palagay mo ay kaya mong lutasin ang lahat ng problema at magiging maayos din ang lahat. Sunod-sunod ang swerteng darating na may katumbas pang  perang papasok, kaya maging ikaw ay hindi makapaniwala. Mas titibay pa ang relasyon kaya gugustuhin mo nang maging pangmatagalan na ito. Lucky numbers: 19, 30, 33 at 42.

DAGA. Isinilang noong 1924/36/48/60/72/84/96 
Posibleng mabigo ang plano mo; ang magagawa na lang ay bawasan ang perwisyo nito at tanggapin ng maayos ang resulta nito. Makakabuo ka naman ng bagong ideya upang maabot pa ang ambisyon mo; hindi ka matatakot sumubok ulit at malaki ang tsansang matupad ito. Magtatrabaho ka ng husto at magtatagumpay sa tulong ng mga kasamahan. Marami ang magugulat sa iyong pag-asenso; manatiling mapagkumbaba. Lucky numbers: 17, 29, 36 at 40. 

BAKA. Isinilang noong 1925/37/49/61/73/85/97 
Magkakaroon ng mabilis na pagbabago sa sitwasyon ngayon. Doblehin ang pag-iingat. Kung hindi maiwasang magbyahe, asahan na ang iba’t ibang aberya. Ang problema mo sa kasamahan ay makakaapekto sa relasyon mo sa malalapit sa iyo. Mag-ingat na mapasama sa napakaraming nabibiktima ng panloloko, iwasang pumasok sa isang magulong relasyon. Lucky numbers: 5, 12, 28 at 37.
TIGRE Isinilang noong 1926/38/50/62/74/86 at 98 
Karisma, talino at alindog ang mga katangiang angkin mo kaya marami ang maiinggit sa iyo. Pero mag-ingat sa labis na kompiyansa sa sarili na maaaring maging dahilan ng mga pagkakamali. Ang masayang disposisyon ay sumasalamin sa magandang samahan sa pamilya. Huwag maging kampante sa magandang resulta ng iyong mga proyekto, mas mainam ang laging nag-iingat. Lucky numbers: 11, 29, 39 at 47. 

KUNEHO Isinilang noong 1927/39/51/63/75/87 
Madali kang mairita, na malayo sa dating ugali mo na mahinahon at mabait; mahirap sabihin kung ano ang pinagmumulan ng init ng ulo, pero hindi mo maiwasan ang mainis dahil sa mga nangyayari sa linggong ito. Hangga’t maaari ay ayaw mo nang may kasama sa trabaho, pero wala kang magagawa kaya pagtiisan muna ang sitwasyon dahil magbubunga din ng maganda ang iyong pasensya. Pagod ang mga mata mo kaya apektado ang paningin. Lucky numbers: 11, 18, 35 at 40.

 DRAGON Isinilang noong 1928/40/52/64/76/88 
Kung gagawa ng intelihenteng pagkilos, ito ang tamang oras. Kaya mong mag-isip ng mga bagay ng sabay-sabay nang hindi ka nalilito. Kung gugustuhin mo ay kaya mong gawin na mapaganda ang katawan, pero kailangang paghirapan ito. Huwag mag-ambisyong magagawa mo ang lahat; alamin ang limitasyon mo kung nais mong mapanatili ang magandang kalusugan ng katawan at isip. Lucky numbers: 10, 21, 25 at 38.

AHAS Isinilang noong 1929/41/53/65/77/89 
May oras na tinatamad kang kumilos, pero may oras ding gagawa ka ng kakaibang hakbang. Mapapagod ka sa mga kaganapan sa paligid mo at maging ang mga kasamahan mo ay malilito. Makakalimutan mo saglit ang magtipid at mapapagastos ka, pero hindi naman maapektuhan ang kalagayang pinansyal. Pero mag-ingat ng husto at iwasang pumasok sa delikadong transaksyon, o kumagat sa magagandang alok. Lucky numbers: 9, 22, 37 at 45.

KABAYO. Isinilang noong 1930/42/54/66/78/90
Para kang nangangapa sa ngayon, pero mahahanap mo rin ang dating agresibong sarili upang makapagsimula kang muli, at nanaisin mo pang makipag-kumpitensya sa iba. May tsansa rin na magkaroon ng mga bagong kaibigan; magagamit mo rin ang personal na relasyon ng mga kaibigan upang makatulong sa iyong trabaho o negosyo. Ingatan ang mga tenga, protektahan ang mga ito sa labis na ingay. Lucky numbers: 12, 16, 31 at 43.

KAMBING. Isinilang noong 1919/31/43/55/67/79 at 91 
Nahahati ang puso mo sa pagitan ng pagkakaroon ng mas matatag na kalagayan, o ang mag-enjoy sa mga bagong karanasan sa piling ng mahal mo. Maiinis ang malalapit sa iyo dahil sa paiba-iba mong desisyon. Mag-ingat at baka dumaan sa matinding depresyon! Kumilos agad na maagapan ito upang hindi umabot sa nervous breakdown; iwasang magmukmok. Kontrolin ang pagiging agresibo at pabigla-biglang kilos, mahirap sa umpisa, pero kakayanin mo ito. Lucky numbers: 15, 24, 34 at 46.

UNGGOY. Isinilang noong 1920/32/44/56/68/80/92
Samantalahin ang pagkakataong ito na magkaroon ng positibong pananaw at kagustuhang mapabuti ang kalagayan sa paligid, kahit parang napakahirap nito. Sabay-sabay na magdadatingan ang mga bayarin. Makakahanap ka ng paraan na madagdagan ang kita, pero iwasang pumasok sa delikadong transaksyon, maghintay-hintay ka lang muna bago subukan ang swerte, pero huwag muna ngayon. Lucky numbers: 8, 13, 18 at 46. 

TANDANG Isinilang noong 1921/33/45/57/69/81/93
Mas malaki ang tsansa mong manalo ngayon sa sugal kaysa dati, ito ay magpapasaya sa iyo kahit kaunti upang labanan ang nararamdamang labis na kalungkutan. Mag-isip ng magagandang bagay na gusto mong gawin. Mas magiging mapagbigay at maunawain ka, ituloy mo lang ito dahil ito ang daan sa kaligayahan. Piliting magkaroon ng kapayapaan ng loob at sa iyong paligid, ito ang magpapabago sa iyong kabuuang personalidad. Lucky numbers: 7, 19, 28 at 44.

Don't Miss