5 IMPORTANT TIPS FOR BUILDING A HOUSE (last tip is VERY important)



The most important thing that people should consider in building a house is whether or not it has a jacuzzi. CTRL+A+DEL. Kidding aside, when building a house, some factors have to be considered. Understanding the important tips for building a house can help many build a residence that can stand the test of time.

Here are the TOP 5 most important tips for building a house:

tips for building a house

The most important thing that people should consider in a house is whether or not it has a jacuzzi. CTRL+A+DEL. Kidding aside, when starting a new home, some factors have to be considered. Understanding the important tips for building a house can help you build a residence that can stand the test of time.

Here are the TOP 5 most important tips for building a house:

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1st Quarter Asia Weather Recap (2021) — How was Asia’s condition?



Some countries in Asia experienced natural disasters during the 1st quarter of 2021. Tropical storms, heavy monsoon rains, flooding, and sandstorm are some of the force majeure that happened in the said region. Let us have a brief 1st quarter Asia weather recap for 2021.

Natural disasters lashed some countries of Asia. Check out this region’s situation in this 1st Quarter Asia weather recap.

recap 1st quarter Asia weather

Some countries in Asia experienced natural disasters during the 1st quarter of 2021. Tropical storms, heavy monsoon rains, flooding, and sandstorm are some of the force majeure that happened in the said region. Let us have a brief 1st quarter Asia weather recap for 2021.

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Andreas Klippe

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Andreas Klippe is founder of the Asian Center for Flood Control located in Clark Freeport Zone, Philippines.

Know Why Sandbags are not Enough as Flood Protection



Typhoon strikes as rainwater pours out heavily. As water level rises, threats of flood are already coming. People are already busy finding ways to save their lives and properties. Some evacuate, some bring their belongings onto the second floor of the house, and some, pack sands into bags.

Sandbags set up at the entrance of a school

Let’s take a snapshot of this scenario.

Typhoon strikes as rainwater pours out heavily. As water level rises, threats of flood are already coming. People are already busy finding ways to save their lives and properties. Some evacuate, some bring their belongings onto the second floor of the house, and some, pack sands into bags. 

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Andreas Klippe is founder of the Asian Center for Flood Control located in Clark Freeport Zone, Philippines.

Here’s how protection against flood is important for Hospitals



You are still in the era of COVID-19. And it was rainy. The rain has been pouring down continuously since last night and the weather bureau said that it will not stop anytime soon. After a few hours, you just see the floodwater rise knee deep level and start seeping into the hospital’s entrances. You go to the emergency room and you see the computers, the cables and medical equipment on the floor and wet. Needle holders, forceps, sterile towels, scissors and small bowls are floating on floodwaters like paper boats.

Imagine this.

You are still at the time of COVID-19. And it was rainy. The rain has been pouring down continuously since last night and the weather bureau said that it will not stop anytime soon. After a few hours, you just see the floodwaters rise at knee-deep level and start seeping into the hospital’s entrances.

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Andreas Klippe is founder of the Asian Center for Flood Control located in Clark Freeport Zone, Philippines.

2021 Bucket List of Safety



The difficult times we experienced in the year 2020 should motivate us into thinking that we also need to create a “Safety Bucket List” for the year 2021. This year has given us a series of difficult events that shook and changed the course of our lives. The Australian Bushfire, the devastating storms and floods in Asian countries, the volcanic eruption in the Philippines, the earthquakes from different parts of the world, the Locust Swarms in some parts of Asia and Africa, the Cyclone Amphan in India & Bangladesh, and of course, the COVID-19 are some of the major catastrophic events that unfolded in the past year. Though we have overcome this year despite the difficulty, it is still important that we prepare ourselves for the year 2021.

The year 2021 is just around the corner. At the end of every year, it is a common practice by most to create a bucket list for the following year. A bucket list is a list of items that someone would like to do for the next year or the succeeding years. Some of the most common items on bucket lists are: 1) experience the Northern Lights, 2) go on a week-long cruise, 3) visit the eight wonders of the world, 4) establish a healthy work-life balance, and 5) go vegan.

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