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The Script reveals what they love about Filipinos

Despite the difference in culture, Irish rock band The Script believes that they have a lot of similarities with their Filipino fans......»»

Category: newsSource: philstar philstarApr 16th, 2018

Why Filipinos still love Duterte - Asia Times

Philippine leader's approval ratings bounce back after a dip in 2018, just in time to boost his political allies at pivotal mid-term elections The post Why Filipinos still love Duterte appeared fi.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated News17 hr. 54 min. ago

Coffee crawl and more ways to keep warm in South Korea s City of Pines

Filipinos who love experiencing Baguio’s cool climate, especially during the holidays, will surely be interested in South Korea’s very own City of Pines......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsDec 27th, 2018

It happened one night

FILIPINOS love love stories, So it comes as no surprise that this year’s Metro Manila Film Festival had three romantic entries: Mary, Marry Me by Paul Soriano, One Great Love by Eric Quizon, and the focus of this review, The Girl in the Orange Dress by Jay Abello......»»

Category: financeSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsDec 26th, 2018

Dashing through the store: Filipinos and last-minute Christmas shopping

Picodi study reveals that 43% of Filipinos cram holiday shopping......»»

Category: newsSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsDec 23rd, 2018

10 best movies about books

Right now, almost every big movie is based on a book, be it a novel, a memoir o a graphic novel. How about we focus on the reverse, on movies about books. These films celebrate a love of reading and a fascination for publishing and writing. We're talking about real books not magical ones (so sorry, "The Never-Ending Story," the "Harry Potter" films or even "The Mummy"). Instead, we present those movies that can't get enough of the world of books: "84 Charing Cross Road" (1987) The movie that loves books the most, "84 Charing Cross Road" ticks all the boxes. Based on a memoir by Helene Hanff, it was adapted into a theater production and TV script before getting the motion pictur...Keep on reading: 10 best movies about books.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 21st, 2018

Justin Brownlee joins fiesta celebration | Inquirer Sports

Justin Brownlee"Ginebra!!!!"#UgongFiesta2018#NabasagAngItlog Posted by Ronald Celestra on Sunday, November 18, 2018 Filipinos love Justin Brownlee and the feeling has been mutual with the prolific for.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsNov 21st, 2018

‘Why the closeness to China?’ Sereno asks Duterte

      "Why the closeness to China?" Ousted Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno asked this to President Rodrigo Duterte during Chinese President Xi Jinping's two-day state visit to the country. READ: Xi Jinping arrives in PH for two-day state visit "We as a nation, especially our President, should not forget what is most important to Filipinos - love of God, freedom and dignity of every human being, preservation of the Philippines for Filipinos," Sereno said in a statement. "China opposes and crushes those values. Why the closeness to China and the repudiation of our international friends who share these values? Don't negate who we are as a people, M...Keep on reading: ‘Why the closeness to China?’ Sereno asks Duterte.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 21st, 2018

The care that children need

The vast majority of Filipinos love their children — they care for them, pamper and spoil them at times. They do everything to protect them and educate them, meet their needs,...READ MORE The post The care that children need appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsNov 11th, 2018

Singapore envoy grades her PH stint: ‘The more I learn, the more I don’t know’

In her art-filled residence, Singapore Ambassador Kok Li Peng greeted us in a green polo barong by Silk Cocoon, and invited us for merienda. The meal was cross-cultural, an array of Korean-Mexican tacos from Vatos Urban Tacos and pillowy ensaymada from Mary Grace. Ambassador Kok is a foodie and enjoys Filipino cuisine. She noted how Singaporeans and Filipinos share the love of food. The envoy first tasted sisig at Aracama in BGC and pinakbet at Abe. Many of her food discoveries are travel-related. In Iloilo, where she attended the meeting of trade ministers of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, she tried and liked batchoy. "You have to exercise a lot afterward," she rema...Keep on reading: Singapore envoy grades her PH stint: ‘The more I learn, the more I don’t know’.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 6th, 2018

Nike celebrates Manila s basketball culture with Battle Force Manila , Iconic Air Force 1

This season, Nike celebrates the undeniable passion of basketball through Battle Force Manila - the ultimate expression of basketball culture within its community in Manila. With Battle Force Manila, Nike calls on Filipinos to be bold and let their passion manifest through basketball, dance, rap and art by giving them an arena where hard work, competition, creativity and self-expression can shine.  Battle Force Manila kicks off with a series of activities helmed by selected iconic personalities who have their passion and influence spread to their communities, inspiring people to let their inner potential and ambition shine through.    The line-up of these iconic personalities – Katrina Guytingco and Thirdy Ravena for basketball, Gab Valenciano and AC Lalata for dance; Loonie for rap and Kayo Casio for art - will enable participants with crafty tips and motivation through a series of videos that will be released, to refine their talent and prepare to battle. The battles will culminate in a grand finale where finalists will showcase the results of their hard work, grit and determination and battle it out to emerge as champions of basketball, dance, rap and art. This year, the brand calls for greater participation among women in all the battles with their sheer presence and growing voice of strength and empowerment in their communities. In support of this rallying cry particularly in sport, female ballers will experience training programs tailored especially for her at the Nike Hyper Court for the first time ever, alongside other activities to compete in and unleash her love for the game.   At the heart of Battle Force Manila is the iconic Air Force 1, serving as a source of inspiration with its legacy immortalized in the basketball arena. This year, Nike commissioned Blank Canvas Collective – an invitation to a curated group of creatives - Kayo Cosio, Lari Gazmen, Jade Suayan and Quiccs - to showcase their labour of love of basketball culture through reimagined expressions of the iconic sneakers. Tribute to the Nike Air Force 1 will continue throughout the month with a new unique design dropping every Friday for the entire month.  “Basketball is an integral part of Filipinos’ lives. With Battle Force Manila, Nike celebrates how the game has influenced the culture and lifestyle of athletes, artists, dancers and musicians; on and off the court,” says Jino Ferrer, Country Marketing Manager of Nike Philippines. “With the talent and influence of local iconic personalities, the reimagining of the Air Force 1 alongside our call-out for a stronger participation of women this season, we aim to invoke self-expression while pushing boundaries of ambition and creativity.”.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 31st, 2018

Avoid scams, don’t use gift cards to pay bills

  SAN FRANCISCO -- They may not be in the Philippines where the Christmas season is from September to December, but many Filipinos in the United States who love to send gifts to loved ones faraway turn to gift cards for convenience. This is all good; but the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) once again warns that gift cards should only be used as gifts, not for paying bills, to avoid falling prey to scammers.   FTC's associate director of Consumer Response and Operations Monica Vaca and director of the Division of Marketing Practices Lois Greisman stressed this warning during a media teleconference hosted by the Ethic Media Services.   With people becoming ...Keep on reading: Avoid scams, don’t use gift cards to pay bills.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 30th, 2018

Smoking is in—from bacon and pulled pork to ribs and sausages

  Smokehouse restaurants in Metro Manila have been hot since 2016, with no signs of cooling off any time soon.   The Smoking Joint, Mighty Quinn's, Holy Smokes, Pitmaster's Smokehouse BBQ and The Smokeyard continue to draw diners---proof that Filipinos love barbecued meats.   And now, people don't have to brave the traffic to enjoy smoked food. Fat Boy and Slim Meat Co.---a venture of Gerald Montelibano (the "slim") and Mikey Presa---prepares cured meats and is ready to accept orders.   The two have their own day jobs. Montelibano is a chef at Grace Park in One Rockwell, while "fat boy" Presa is the chef/owner of Concepto in Poblacion, Makati....Keep on reading: Smoking is in—from bacon and pulled pork to ribs and sausages.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 25th, 2018

I m Drunk I Love You director confirms its sequel I Love You, I Do

JP Habac, director of 'I'm Drunk, I Love You,' confirmed the romantic drama's sequel that starred Maja Salvador and Paulo Avelino. Habac shared on Tuesday a photo of the script.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsOct 17th, 2018

Filipino educators in Thailand urge fellow OFWs: Know your rights, seek higher learning

"The Filipino teachers are probably the best teachers in the world. They are not only qualified, equipped with the credentials required by the Teacher's Council in the case of Thailand, but armed with the most important qualification -- the love for teaching and the passion to make their students learn and prepare not only for the university, the industry but to live their lives to the fullest," says Dr. Robert Galindez, CEO of Saint Robert's Group of Companies in Thailand. Ranked 15th in the world by the EF English Proficiency Index in 2017, Filipinos are sought after to work overseas. Non-English speaking countries like Thailand have been a steady destination of professionals se...Keep on reading: Filipino educators in Thailand urge fellow OFWs: Know your rights, seek higher learning.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 16th, 2018

Pia Cayetano to push English literacy if elected to Senate

  Raising the bar of business competitiveness for Filipinos around the world will be one of the platforms for education of Taguig Rep. Pia Cayetano if elected senator next year.   Cayetano said increasing the English literacy in the country "is not anti-Filipino."   "It has nothing to do with heritage and love for the Filipino language. We must accept that the competitive language of the world is English," Cayetano said in an interview before she filed her certificate of candidacy for senator at the Commission on Elections on Tuesday.   "So mag-improve tayo sa English natin. Ayaw kasi nating pag usapan yun kasi natatakot tayo because it's anti...Keep on reading: Pia Cayetano to push English literacy if elected to Senate.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 16th, 2018

Tina Turner reveals husband gave her kidney for transplant

LONDON (AP) --- Tina Turner has revealed that she underwent a kidney transplant with an organ donated by her husband. The 78-year-old singer says in an upcoming autobiography that she has suffered from kidney disease, and by 2016 her kidneys were at "20 percent and plunging rapidly." She says her husband, Erwin Bach, "shocked me by saying that he wanted to give me one of his kidneys." Turner says she was "overwhelmed by the enormity of his offer." Turner writes that afterward she felt "happy, overwhelmed and relieved that we'd come through this alive." Turner, whose hits include "Proud Mary" and "What's Love Got to do With It?," married German music executive Bach in 2013...Keep on reading: Tina Turner reveals husband gave her kidney for transplant.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 7th, 2018

Not just teachers, they are awakeners

No one can teach if not in love with teaching, said M.E. Sangster. Love for the vocation distinguishes the four teachers honored as “Outstanding Filipinos, 2018” by Metrobank Foundation......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsSep 25th, 2018

Kapuso abroad warmly welcome Carla Abellana, Solenn Heussaff in US, Canada events

GMA PINOY TV once again brought non-stop fun and entertainment to Filipinos in the US and Canada as Kapuso stars Carla Abellana and Solenn Heussaff made love overflow among the Kapuso abroad. Last September 1 and 2, Carla headlined ‘Fiesta Ko Sa Florida’, the first ever Filipino event in Ocala City organized by One Philippines and the Filipino American Association Inc., […] The post Kapuso abroad warmly welcome Carla Abellana, Solenn Heussaff in US, Canada events appeared first on The Daily Guardian......»»

Category: newsSource:  thedailyguardianRelated NewsSep 25th, 2018

Never another Chot Reyes

There will never be another Chot Reyes in the history of Philippine basketball, affirming his legacy as easily the most innovative, fashionable, passionate and flamboyant mentor to bring honor to the country in the sport that millions of Filipinos love......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsSep 14th, 2018

LOOK: Haslem reveals why he chose to return to Heat

By Tim Reynolds, Associated Press MIAMI (AP) — Udonis Haslem arrived at the Miami Heat facility for a workout one day last week, and was told he needed to sign a waiver before he took the court. The reason: Technically, he wasn't on the team. "That was a little weird, having to do that," Haslem said. It won't be a problem for the next year. Haslem officially signed his one-year, $2.4 million contract with the Heat on Monday, a deal that was struck last week and finally became official when he put pen to paper. Haslem will enter his 16th NBA season, all with the Heat, and that means the Miami native will be with his hometown franchise for more than half of its 31-year history. "For the hometown kid in me, that means the world," Haslem said. "I wish I understood how big that is right now, because I really don't, but I know it's big." Haslem was the seventh-oldest player in the NBA last season — and will rise at least one spot on that list this season, with the retirement of San Antonio's Manu Ginobili. Vince Carter is 41 and will play for Atlanta, Dirk Nowitzki is 40 and back with Dallas, and Haslem is 38. "It's great to have our captain back," Heat President Pat Riley said. The others who played last season and are older than Haslem are Jason Terry, Damien Wilkins and Jamal Crawford. They all remain unsigned for the coming season. So, too, does Dwyane Wade. He and Haslem are the only two players who were part of all three Heat championship teams. Haslem said he's busily recruiting his business partner — the pair shares several off-court interests, including a pizza chain — to come back as well. "My mindset has always been for us to finish it together," Haslem said. "I want us to do a whole season together. Experience the road, dinner on the road, go through that whole process. I want us to experience that together." Wade tweeted his congratulations to Haslem when the deal was signed. "You are (the) most selfless person I've ever met," Wade said in his tweet. Congrts to my brother @ThisIsUD on season number 16 coming up! You are thee most selfless person I’ve ever met!— DWade (@DwyaneWade) September 11, 2018 Haslem appeared in only 14 games last season, and hasn't had much of a role with the Heat in the last three seasons. Haslem believes he can still play — he has kept himself in tremendous condition — but knows that he probably won't have a big on-court presence again. Still, a meeting with Heat coach Erik Spoelstra last week helped seal the deal to return. "Me and Spo were honest with each other," Haslem said. "Honesty is not always telling somebody what they want to hear. And we both have gotten to that point in our careers where we value each other's opinions, whether we want to hear them or not. We trust each other. We root for each other. We both have the best interests of this team in mind." But even if he doesn't get much in the way of minutes, Haslem knows he's valued. Spoelstra raves about the way he interacts and mentors teammates, and Haslem said that was a huge part of his decision as well. "It's about my love for the organization and my love for the guys," Haslem said. "It wasn't about me. If I was looking for playing time, I could have gone someplace else or played in China or something. But at the end of the day, would it have made me as happy as being around this organization and being around these guys? No, I don't think it would.".....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 11th, 2018