GUIUAN - Philippine boxing hero Manny Pacquiao handed out Bibles, tinned food and cash Sunday to lift people’s spirits in areas devastated by Super Typhoon Haiyan. The former eight-title world champion toured the central island of Samar with his own aid caravan, the first town to be struck by the typhoon. Pacquiao attended a prayer meeting in Guiuan early Sunday with survivors, and later handed out Bibles and food packages containing rice, noodles and tinned meat. In two instances during the drive around the devastated areas of Samar, Pacquiao had the convoy stop at coastal communities where homes had been torn to pieces by the typhoon’s winds of up to 315 kph. He handed out 1,000-peso ($23) bills each time to families who are now living in makeshift shelters.–AFP