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    THE Philippine Racing Commission (Philracom) is donating P1,722,173.86 to the Senate Spouses Foundation,
    Dalampasigang Manila Bay Foundation, Press Photographers of the Philippines (PPP),
    Buhay Isang Awit Foundation and the Movie Workers Welfare Foundation from 11 charity races last October 28, 2018 (Sunday) at the Manila Jockey Club’s San Lazaro Park in Carmona, Cavite.

    Penang, Malaysia, November 2, 2018 – The Honda Group of Companies in the Asia & Oceania region today kicked off the “Honda Asian Journey 2018,” a Honda big bike caravan that will cruise down Peninsular Malaysia from November 2 to November 4, 2018, ending up at the Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix (MotoGP) event.

    Once again, over 60 riders comprised of customers, journalists, Honda dealers, and associates from six countries, namely Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, the Philippines, and India, will experience the fun and joy of riding Honda big bikes all the way to the destination, the Sepang International Circuit.

    By Michael Angelo S. Murillo

    LONG considered a “niche” market, E-sports has steadily grown exponentially throughout the years with its upside still deemed very high. Such being the case, many have taken notice, including businesses.

    Nikki Bella didn’t hold back when she got the chance to slap Ronda Rousey in the face.

    On the go-home episode of Raw for WWE’s first all women’s pay-per-view Evolution, Bella planted a stiff five finger discount right on the cheek of the Raw women’s champion.

    Former WWE champ Alexa Bliss ditched her skimpy two-piece ring gear for a full bodysuit. Performing for the first time in the United Arab Emirates, where strict rules govern what women wear in public, Bliss wasn’t about to risk offending a nation set to have WWE female wrestlers fight on the same card as the men.

    She went hold-to-hold with Sasha Banks to make wrestling history — and fans in a country where women have had to fight for the right to drive responded with chants of ”This is hope!”

    Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) recently awarded the University of the Philippines (UP) Diliman Football Field with the FIFA Quality Certification seal. Installed by E-Sports International, the first local company to have a field tested for FIFA Certification in the Philippines, the UP Diliman’s newly-minted football grounds is the newest pitch that now holds the international standard label for FIFA Quality. The Quality Certification, under the FIFA Quality Program, is awarded to pitches that meet stringent and globally-recognized criteria for safety, durability, and performance.

    On October 19th, Ambassador Haneda attended the 44th Philippine Business Conference and gave a presentation on Philippine-Japan Economic Partnership to an audience of about 400 people.

    For economic cooperation between Japan and the Philippines, including the railway projects in Metro Manila, Ambassador Haneda affirmed that Japan is ensuring quality and speedy implementation to support President Duterte’s “Build, Build, Build” program.

    On October 1, 2018, an unveiling ceremony for the Fukuda Doctrine Memorial Marker and a symposium were held at the Manila Hotel.

    On August 18, 1977, Japanese Prime Minister Takeo Fukuda ended his tour of the Southeast Asian countries with a historic speech at the Manila Hotel, which provided the following key principles of Japan’s foreign policy vis-à-vis Southeast Asia, now known as the Fukuda Doctrine.

    Fifty-seven Filipino para athletes journey to Jakarta, Indonesia on Monday, October 1 to slug it out in the 3rd Asian Para Games that will take place from October 6 to 13, 2018 in 19 locations around Jakarta.

    Filipino para athletes will compete in 10 of 18 sports slated in the Para Games, namely archery, athletics, badminton, chess, cycling, judo, powerlifting, table tennis, swimming and tenpin bowling.

    Eight Filipino high school students will represent the Philippines in the 2018 Asian International Children’s Film Festival under the JENESYS2018Programme.

    High school students from all over the Philippines submitted 3-minute film entries under the theme “Self-Responsibility”. The top three entries will compete in the Final Selection and Awarding Ceremony on November 24, 2018 at the Grand Hall of Kitami City Hall, Hokkaido, Japan.

    22 SEPTEMBER 2018 - SINGAPORE: On September 29, 2018, Ringstar Boxing will have its fifth instalment of the ‘Roar of Singapore’ series, called ‘Kings of Lion City’, which will be held at Marina Bay Sands. This also heralds the first ‘Roar of Singapore’ which will be held at the world-class venue, which is also co-promoting this much anticipated boxing event.

    Ringstar Boxing, currently Asia’s fastest growing sports property, has also consistently looked after the careers of the boxers that it manages, as they have now grown as champions; and elite-level athletes, primed, and ready for the next level.