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Locsin umamin sa ‘Sikatuna’ award kay Zhao

Ipinagtanggol ni Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) Secretary Teo­doro Locsin Jr. ang pagkakaloob ng Order of Sikatuna kay outgoing Chinese Ambassador to the Philippines Zhao Jianhua kasabay ng pag-amin na siya ang nagpanukala nito......»»

Category: newsSource: abante abanteNov 9th, 2019

Order of Sikatuna na iginawad kay Jianhua, dinepensahan ni Locsin

Manila, Philippines – Ipinagtanggol ni Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr. ang pagbibigay parangal o pagkakaloob ni Pangulong Rodrigo Roa Duterte ng Order of Sikatuna kay outgoing Chinese Ambassador to Manila Zhao Jianhua. Ang katuwiran ni Sec. Locsin ay siya ang nagpanukala na pagkalooban ng Order of Sikatuna si Ambassador Zhao. Kinuwestiyon kasi ni retired […] The post Order of Sikatuna na iginawad kay Jianhua, dinepensahan ni Locsin appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsNov 8th, 2019

China envoy bids farewell

President Duterte has conferred the Order of Sikatuna with the rank of datu on outgoing Chinese Ambassador Zhao Jinhua and wished him luck on his next assignment......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsOct 29th, 2019

Hindi inakala

  UMAMIN ang direktor ng “Lola Igna” na si Direk Eduardo Roy Jr. na hindi niya inexpect na manalo ang pelikula niya ng hindi isa, kundi apat na award sa Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino (PPP). Ito ang Best Picture, Best Actress, Best Screenplay at Best Musical Score. Aniya, “Sobrang happy kami kasi ‘yun nga, hindi […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  tempoRelated NewsSep 26th, 2019

Dingdong umamin: Hindi madali ang ginagawa namin sa ‘Amazing Earth’

Ipagdiriwang ng top-rating GMA infotainment program na Amazing Earth ang unang anibersaryo nito sa pamamagitan ng isang month-long special simula sa Linggo, Hunyo 23. Lubos ang pasasalamat ng award-winning actor, TV host, at Kapuso Primetime King na si Dingdong Dantes sa mga oportunidad at kaalaman na ibinahagi sa kanya ng Amazing Earth sa nakalipas na […] The post Dingdong umamin: Hindi madali ang ginagawa namin sa ‘Amazing Earth’ appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 22nd, 2019

Viet envoy gets Sikatuna award

Viet envoy gets Sikatuna award.....»»

Category: newsSource:  thestandardRelated NewsJan 11th, 2017

Angel Locsin, tumanggap ng lifetime achievement award mula sa Star Cinema online awards

Angel Locsin, tumanggap ng lifetime achievement award mula sa Star Cinema online awards.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 8th, 2016

FILM REVIEW: ANG BABAENG HUMAYO (The Woman Who Left)

Golden Lion Best Film Award at 73rd Venice Film Festival Screenplay, Edited and Directed by Lav Diaz Produced by Sine Olivia and Cinema One Originals Production Design by Popo Diaz Sound Recorded and Supervised by Mark Locsin &'38; Che Villanueva Main Cas.....»»

Category: newsSource:  mindanewsRelated NewsOct 1st, 2016

YouTube Awards BDO Kwentong Kabayan Videos

BDO Unibank, Inc. became the only bank to be recognized for its creative excellence during the 2019 YouTube Ads Awards. The bank was conferred with a coveted Crystal Award in the Multi-video Storytelling category for its Kwentong Kabayan video series and a Bronze Award in the Financial Institutions and Services category for “Europe,” one of […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  metrocebuRelated News1 hr. 58 min. ago

Angel binigyan ng surprise b-day party si Dimples; BFF for life

Binigyan pala ng surprise birthday celebration ni Angel Locsin ang best friend niyang si Dimples Romana. Talagang surprise ang lahat para sa Kadenang Ginto star kaya naman tuwang-tuwa siya. “Can’t seem to find the exact words yet to share just how grateful I am. Sabihin na lang natin, I have the best friends in the […] The post Angel binigyan ng surprise b-day party si Dimples; BFF for life appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated News14 hr. 58 min. ago

Boyet, Tirso, Bobot hiyang-hiya sa guesting sa ‘I Can See Your Voice’

RIOT at talagang trending na naman ang nakaraang episode ng favorite tambayan n’yo every Saturday night, ang I Can See Your Voice. Hosted by Luis Manzano, sumabak sa hulaan challenge ang mga award-winning veteran actors at magkakaibigan sa tunay na buhay na sina Christopher de Leon, Tirso Cruz III at Edgar Mortiz. Siyempre, umaatikabong tawanan […] The post Boyet, Tirso, Bobot hiyang-hiya sa guesting sa ‘I Can See Your Voice’ appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated News14 hr. 58 min. ago

Karla super in love sa bagong dyowa; mas mauunang ikasal kina Daniel at Kathryn

UMAMIN na si Karla Estrada tungkol sa kanyang bagong boyfriend sa nakaraang episode ng Magandang Buhay na ikinatuwa ng kanyang co-hosts na sina Jolina Magdangal at Melai Cantiveros. Nagkuwento kasi si Karla tungkol sa kanyang recent trip sa Tokyo, Japan. Ang pagpunta niya roon ang pinakamasayang bakasyon niya in recent years. “Bukod sa last year […] The post Karla super in love sa bagong dyowa; mas mauunang ikasal kina Daniel at Kathryn appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 17th, 2019

Marlo Mortel umamin sa nakaraan nila ni Morissette; dumepensa sa ‘walkout scandal’

MAY nakaraan pala sina Morissette Amon at Marlo Mortel kaya naman very open ang singer-actor sa pagtatanggol sa dalaga sa mga isyung kinasasangkutan nito. Ayon kay Marlo, matatawag na MU o mutual understanding ang namagitan sa kanila noon ni Mori pero hindi nga ito nag-level up hanggang sa magdesisyon silang maging friends na lang. Nakausap […] The post Marlo Mortel umamin sa nakaraan nila ni Morissette; dumepensa sa ‘walkout scandal’ appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 17th, 2019

Ka Tunying hindi iiwan ang media kahit 9 na ang resto

Special guest si Department of Tourism Sec. Berna Romulo sa launching ng Ka Tunying’s Panlasang Makabayan kamakailan sa SM The Block Activity Center. Ito ay isang panunumpa patterned after ng ating Panatang Makabayan para tangkilikin ang pagkaing Pinoy. Ito’y dahil na rin sa dumaraming Ka Tunying resto na pag-aari ng award-winning broadcast journalist na si […] The post Ka Tunying hindi iiwan ang media kahit 9 na ang resto appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 17th, 2019

Maricel nabuking ang pagnanasa kay Piolo, game sa mala-‘Glorious’ na pelikula

NABUKING ang pagnanasa ng Diamond Star na si Maricel Soriano kay Piolo Pascual nang mapag-usapan ang temang May-December affair sa mga pelikula. Nakorner ng ilang members ng entertainment media si Maria pagkatapos ng grand presscon ng latest horror movie niyang “The Heiress” mula sa Regal Entertainment. Nauna nang nabanggit ng award-winning actress si Piolo sa […] The post Maricel nabuking ang pagnanasa kay Piolo, game sa mala-‘Glorious’ na pelikula appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 17th, 2019

Aicelle Santos, Mark Zambrano kasal na; sunflowers bidang-bida sa garden wedding

IKINASAL na ang award-winning Kapuso singer-actress na si Aicelle Santos sa broadcast journalist na si Mark Zambrano. Naganap ang kanilang garden wedding sa El Jardin De Zaida, Sitio Lagkit, Brgy. Abung sa San Juan, Batangas nitong nakaraang Sabado. Yellow at blue ang napiling color motif nina Aicelle at Mark para sa kanilang kasal with sunflowers […] The post Aicelle Santos, Mark Zambrano kasal na; sunflowers bidang-bida sa garden wedding appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 17th, 2019

First Pinay to Get Russian State Award Honored in Manila

Russian Honorary Consul Armi Lopez-Garcia was hailed anew in Manila for recently receiving the Russian Order of Friendship from no less than President Vladimir Putin. At a reception hosted by Russian Ambassador to Manila Igor Khovaev in Makati City on Wednesday night, the envoy congratulated Lopez-Garcia and praised her works in the past decade as […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  metrocebuRelated NewsNov 16th, 2019

Jamal Crawford on still being a free agent: It s baffling to me

By Shaun Powell, NBA.com In the final game of last season, he scored 51 points -- a rather remarkable distinction just by itself. Today, it carries a degree of historical significance that is rather uncomfortable and maybe unfair for Jamal Crawford. Only one player in NBA history scored more points in Game No. 82 and did not play the following season. In that instance, Kobe Bryant was OK with that as he retired after dropping 60 on the Utah Jazz to close out the 2015-16 season. Meanwhile, Crawford is most definitely not retired, at least not willingly, as he waits to see if that last ballistic game was in fact the last he’ll ever play in the NBA. Officially, he’s currently living in Seattle, where he was raised and always maintained a home throughout his career. But metaphorically he’s residing in a basketball Twilight Zone that annually collects veterans in their, well, twilight. They’re not done playing -- at least in their minds -- and feel fresh enough to extend their careers by another year or two. Yet their fate is being controlled by a season that already began and 30 teams who don’t have an opening for a proven veteran. Unless, of course, there’s an injury or a sudden change in philosophy or, in the case of the Portland Trail Blazers on Thursday (Friday, PHL time), a twinge of desperation. A 4-8 start prompted the Blazers to reach a deal with one of Crawford’s fellow residents, Carmelo Anthony. He spent the summer and most of the fall waiting by the phone and wondering if his time had passed. Congrats Melo!!!!!!!!!! — ???? Jamal Crawford (@JCrossover) November 15, 2019 Yeaaa @imanshumpert , congrats bro! — ???? Jamal Crawford (@JCrossover) November 13, 2019 Crawford tweeted out support for ‘Melo and for Iman Shumpert (who signed with the Brooklyn Nets on Wednesday). In a sense for these veterans, this is like the NBA Draft green room all over again -- you’re happy the room is emptying … but you don’t want to be the last one sitting at the table. “I know I can play,” Crawford told NBA.com, “and I would think my reputation is still solid. It’s baffling to me.” If you go strictly on how he finished with the Phoenix Suns last season, it’s bizarre that not only is Crawford not in the league, but that he’s not prominently in some team’s rotation. Crawford played (as a reserve) in four of the Suns’ five April games last season, scoring 19, 28, 27 and 51 points while shooting at an extremely healthy clip. If this was a showcase for 2019-20, albeit at a small sample size, Crawford proved he had something left even after 19 seasons. But the July free agency period came and went without a text message. The season tipped off in October without Crawford on a roster for the first time since the 2000-01 season. Almost a full month later, the three-time Kia Sixth Man Award winner is still watching from home. It’s the first time since he began playing organized basketball as a kid that he isn’t wearing a uniform in November. This isn’t restricted to Crawford as every year players with NBA experience must watch the basketball world spin without them. Anthony and Shumpert were just lifted off the pile and yet the list of players waiting by the phone, once again, is lengthy enough. “A lot of teams take a wait and see approach, not only for me, but vets in general,” Crawford said. The group includes, among others: Kenneth Faried, Devin Harris, J.R. Smith, Corey Brewer, Jodie Meeks, Joakim Noah, Jonathon Simmons and Dante Cunningham. Most already had their big contracts, so making money is no issue for them. That’s a good thing, too, because team salary-cap space is, for the most part, swallowed up at this point. Of course, the obvious concerns held by teams with most of these players are age and declining skills. The NBA is an unforgiving league that doesn’t give tenure. If the decision to keep a young player or a veteran is a toss-up, some teams -- especially those needing bodies in their player development program -- will lean toward the young. Crawford was caught in between last season as the Suns were yet again rebuilding while also needing solid-character veterans in the locker room. Tyson Chandler, Trevor Ariza and Crawford served those mentor roles until a sudden philosophical shift hit barely a month into the season. Ariza was traded to Washington, Chandler was bought out and the Suns went full-blast young with Crawford averaging 18.9 mpg (his lowest since 17.2 mpg in 2000-01). “I guess everything changed,” he said. The Suns used Crawford at point guard, not his natural two-guard position. As a result, he didn’t average double-digit scoring for the first time since his sophomore season. The silver lining is that he remained fresh and preserved his body for a possible 20th season. And of course, he had the energy for that 51-point game. In that April 9 game against Dallas, he shot 18-for-31 and 7-for-13 on 3-pointers in a 120-109 loss. The game carried no other significance except for it being the last one played by the great Dirk Nowitzki. Crawford’s output was almost forgotten in that sense. But because he’s not on an NBA roster right now, that 51-point performance could become the ultimate trivia answer. “I’m kind of an outlier because you don’t see anyone my age having games like that,” Crawford said. “And I did it off the bench. A year earlier, in my 18th year, I was still averaging double figures. I can bring a multitude of things. I’ll be ready for whatever team decides how I can fit into what they’re trying to do.” At 39, NBA teams will express concerns about his defense, which is usually the first area that suffers when players age. But players at this stage are used in spot situations anyway, and mainly by contending teams looking for depth and experience. The problem for Crawford and others like him is the numbers game; only a few of these spots open every season. “Physically, I feel better than I did last season,” he said. “I’m able to get my body together. My skill set is sharp. I feel that I’m good. My mindset is be patient and hopefully something good comes about it. I’ll be ready for the opportunity.” Until then, Crawford and others must live a surreal experience for them, though not all of it is bad or uncomfortable. There are kids to take to school; Crawford has three and is also afforded the rare chance to watch their youth games, too. “I’ve missed a lot of that,” he said. “And it’s cool because they enjoy that, too. I’m making up for that this time. I’m the Uber driver.” Beyond that, he stays connected to the NBA but only from a distance. “It’s weird watching games and being apart from it but seeing teams that could use you in certain situations,” he said. “You see where you could help different clubs in different ways.” For Crawford, it’s the love of the game, not a need for anything beyond that, which drives him. He’s the ultimate gym rat who not only hosts a pro-am league in Seattle every summer, but he plays in it, too. There are also legendary stories of Crawford randomly showing up at local parks and gyms for pickup games, something you don’t normally see from players, especially those with nearly two decades of NBA tread. The most famous Crawford cameo: Years ago, then with the Bulls and fresh off the team bus, he appeared at his favorite Seattle park and played pickup ball for three hours the day before a game with the Sonics. The next night, he scored 31 points. “I love the game and stay in the gym anyway,” he said. “Whenever I retire, I’ll still be playing the game, whether that’s at an LA Fitness or somewhere else. At this point, the regular players around here are kind of used to seeing me, although sometimes I’ll go to a different gym and people are surprised,” he said. “Like, the other night, I went to new one and played from 10 o’clock to midnight. They did double takes.” Were they surprised Crawford was actually at their gym, or that he’s not somewhere in the NBA instead? The man who scored 51 in his last NBA game laughed at that. “Probably a little of both,” he said. Shaun Powell has covered the NBA for more than 25 years. You can e-mail him here, find his archive here, and follow him on Twitter. The views on this page do not necessarily reflect the views of the NBA, its clubs or Turner Broadcasting. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 16th, 2019

Promise ni Juris sa repeat ng 10th anniversary concert: Babawi po ako

“BABAWI ako!” Yan ang ipinangako ng award-winning OPM singer na si Juris Fernandez-Lim sa kanyang fans and supporters sa gagawing repeat ng kanyang concert titled “Juris”. Last June kasi unang ginanap ang nasabing comeback major concert ni Juris pakatapos manganak sa ikalawa niyang baby bilang bahagi ng kanyang 10th anniversary sa music industry as a […] The post Promise ni Juris sa repeat ng 10th anniversary concert: Babawi po ako appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 16th, 2019

Padaca gets 24 years for malversation, graft

Former Isabela governor Grace Padaca may spend up to 24 years in prison after the Sandiganbayan convicted her of graft and malversation over the anomalous award of a contract worth P25 million to a private organization in 2006......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsNov 16th, 2019

Malaya FC U19 earns first YFL title

MANILA - A rejuvenated Malaya FC U19 fought a gritty tournament to emerge as champions of the second leg of the 2019 Speed Regalo Youth Football League (YFL). The Born-2001 or later Malaya boys dominated in their November 10 finals match against Mendiola FC, leading 3-0 at half-time and pulling away to 4-0 early in the 2nd half. Mendiola tried to catch up with two goals but there was no looking back for the Malaya boys. The match played at Circulo Verde Pitch ended at 4 - 2, earning the Malaya FC U19 squad their first YFL championship. In individual honors, the Golden Glove Award went to keeper Kristian Harald Bumatay, while Most Valuable Player honors went to striker Kieth Absalon, who suited up as defender in the crucial last two matches of the tournament. On their way to the finals showdown with Mendiola, the boys of U19 coach Marvin Dava battled with the Ceres South, GOM, and Forza squads. The semi-final match with Ceres South that went into 30-minute extra time was particularly intense – with Malaya overcoming a 0-2 deficit before finally winning 9-8 on penalties. Malaya FC U19 had a challenging start to their 2019 YFL season, ending up in the bottom half of their division after the league’s summer leg. But Dava, who is also Far Eastern University (FEU) assistant coach, has done wonders with the team with his strict and disciplined training regimen. “There is no shortcut to success,” Dava said – a lesson he has imparted time and again to the U19 team. “The journey is not easy, but it will be worth it.” Dava worked with Malaya FC keeper coach Roland Sadia in revitalizing the U19 team. Malaya FC secretary-general Mark Duane Angos said he sees even brighter prospects for the Malaya FC U19 boys, now that they have proven to themselves that they can be winners. “This is not the end of the road for them in the YFL, especially with the announcement of (YFL) President Mike Atayde that they will open a U21 division soon,” Angos said.  “We are especially proud of this team for overcoming adversity and challenges and coming out on top. Truly, they played with heart,” said Angos, alluding to Malaya FC’s motto “spiel mit herz” or “play with heart.”  The Malaya FC U19 squad is composed mostly of senior high school or college athletic scholars from Far Eastern University, Colegio de San Juan de Letran, Arellano University, and Emilio Aguinaldo College. More than half have been with Malaya FC since their U17 days; with many crediting their Malaya FC training and exposure to various tournaments as instrumental in honing their football skills and bagging a coveted athletic scholarship.  Malaya Football is a non-profit organization dedicated to using the sport of football for community development. The club gives children from underprivileged communities the chance to learn and play football through free training and participation in highly competitive leagues such as the YFL, the country’s premier football league, as well as local and international tournaments. Malaya FC is a founding member of the YFL and a member of the Cavite Football Association (CAFA). Various individuals, organizations, and corporate sponsors such as Cherrylume Brand, Frontrow International, Genesis Transport Service Inc., TELUS International Philippines, Manila Standard, Allianz-PNB Life, Barcino, Mister Donut, Bootcamp Football Shop, Pagcor, and Smart Communications support Malaya FC in its mission of making football accessible to as many kids as possible......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 15th, 2019