SINGAPORE -- Perched at the cashier's desk in MJ's Pinoy Shop in Singapore's Lucky Plaza, Janice Estrera's mind drifts back to her three children at home on Cebu island in the central Philippines, where they live with their grandparents.
"I would really like to go back, it is suffering to be outside [the country]," the 34-year-old business graduate lamented.
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