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WATCH: Filipino artists sing We Heal As One

MANILA, Philippines – Filipino artists got together to record (from the comforts of their own homes) a new song titled "We Heal As One," a new take on the 2019 Southeast Asian Games theme song "We Win As One." Artists such as Lea Salonga, Bamboo, Sarah Geronimo, Ogie Alcasid, Lani ........»»

Category: newsSource: rappler rapplerMar 26th, 2020

WATCH: Filipino artists band together online to sing Umagang Kay Ganda

MANILA, Philippines – Singers and theater artists got together online to sing a new version of "Umagang Kay Ganda" as a fundraiser for freelance artists and production crew hit by the Luzon-wide lockdown. The initiative is headed by the Artists Welfare Project, Inc (AWPI), a group of performers from various disciplines. ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated News13 hr. 16 min. ago

WATCH: PBA stars sing Heal the World amid coronavirus scare

MANILA, Philippines – PBA stars showed their solidarity with Filipinos by giving their own rendition of the song Heal the World. Inspired by actress Gal Gadot, who sang Imagine with other Hollywood stars such as Natalie Portman, Amy Adams, and Mark Ruffalo, LA Tenorio and the players serenaded fans with ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsMar 20th, 2020

WATCH: Filipino artists perform ‘Tulong Taal’

Some of the top Filipino artists recently joined forces to help the victims of Taal Volcano eruption through a musical collaboration......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsFeb 8th, 2020

IN PHOTOS: 'We Love OPM: The Celebrity Sing-Offs' grand finale

MANILA, Philippines It was a big night for Filipino music as artists gathered for the grand finals of We Love OPM: The Celebrity Sing-Offs at the Newport Theater, Resorts World, Sunday, July 16. Callalily singer Kean Cipriano and The Voice Philippines.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJul 18th, 2016

WATCH: Catriona Gray offers tips in fighting coronavirus

MANILA, Philippines – Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Gray partnered with the Department of Health to remind everyone the basics of preventing the spread of the coronavirus. On Wednesday, March 25 the Filipino-Australian beauty queen and singer shared through a video of the basic reminders such as not forgetting to wash ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsMar 27th, 2020

WATCH: Kai Sotto featured in Bleacher Report video

MANILA, Philippines – Kai Sotto is gradually turning heads in the USA and he has his own mini documentary to show for it. Sotto, a 7-foot-2 big man, was recently featured by Bleacher Report in a five-minute video revolving around his path to trying to become the first homegrown Filipino player ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsMar 26th, 2020

Music artists create fund-raising platform vs COVID-19 pandemic

Launched last weekend, the Bayanihan Musikahan concert can be enjoyed on Facebook until April 15, creating the opportunity for every Filipino to be at the forefront of efforts to help combat the lethal impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.  .....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  thestandardRelated NewsMar 25th, 2020

Bayanihan Act should include OFW – TUCP

The Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (TUCP) Partylist called on President Rodrigo Duterte on Wednesday to include displaced overseas Filipino workers (OFW) in the social amelioration and adjustment programs authorized through the “Bayanihan to Heal As One Act.” In a statement, TUCP Representative Raymond Mendoza said that remittances from OFW account for 10 percent […] The post Bayanihan Act should include OFW – TUCP appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsMar 25th, 2020

Folayang, Eustaquio, ONE Championship stars react to closed-door events

While most of the sporting world has stopped due the current COVID-19 outbreak, Singapore-based martial arts promotion ONE Championship is intent on keeping the show going, as they’ve already announced that they will be putting on closed-door, audience-free shows starting April. Looking to push a message of positivity, the upcoming closed-door events were entitled HOPE, STRENGTH, DREAMS, and INSPIRATION, all of them set to be held in Singapore. And while mixed martial artists often rely on the crowd for an extra boost when inside the circle, ONE Championship’s athletes have expressed their support and agreement to the closed-door setting given the worldwide enforcement of social distancing and staying at home. For former two-time ONE Lightweight World Champion Eduard “Landslide” Folayang putting on events in a closed-door setting will uphold the safety of the athletes, the fans, and the staff while still also giving the athletes a chance to make a living. “We’re under a pandemic now, so we have to look at the safety of the athletes, the staff, and the fans. It’s better [to hold closed-door events] than the fights being canceled altogether. I think it’s a good move because the fans can just wait for it on their TVs or social media accounts," Folayang said via ONE Championship.  “The sports events that people are waiting for, like the NBA, are canceled as well, so I think that will be the advantage for ONE. I know there are a lot of people who want to watch live, but I know that even they wouldn’t push through because of health concerns,” he added. Reigning ONE Middleweight and Heavyweight World Champion “The Burmese Python” Aung La N Sang said that he promises to put on a show for the fans no matter where the event is held. “Thank you to the ONE fans for keeping us in business. We promise to put on amazing shows, even with closed-door events. The staff is taking extra precautions and as an athlete, I am super thankful for them. And for me, it doesn’t matter if it’s a closed-door event, a stadium event, or [an event] in the parking lot, I plan on putting on great shows for the fans.” Former ONE Flyweight World Champion Geje “Gravity” Eustaquio understands that while a closed-door setting will hurt a bit in terms of revenue, it’s better for the fighters to compete closed-door than to have their fights cancelled completeley. “It’s a very wise move. On the athletes’ part, that decision is very favorable because we all know the hardships athletes go through to prepare [for a bout]. It’s always a dream for them to compete, so it would not be good if their matches get canceled altogether.” “The good thing is ONE Championship understands that. That’s why I am in favor of the events to go through, albeit in closed doors. Of course, it will hurt the company a little bit, especially when it comes to gate revenue. But sometimes, you have to make sacrifices,” Eustaquio added. Reigning ONE Featherweight World Champion Martin “The Situ-Asian” Nguyen hopes for the best as the pandemic continues to affect the whole world. “At the end of the day, this virus is just a phase that will pass hopefully sooner than later. We just have to be smart in these certain situations and take self-care, as well as be mindful of others.” ONE Flyweight World Grand Prix runner-up Danny “The King” Kingad knows the risks of putting on a live event during this time of a virus pandemic. “I think boss Chatri made a great decision. I think that’s okay for the rest of us. After all, we cannot take into account each and every person who enters the arena during events – and we can’t be too sure because one person could be the start of an outbreak.” “For me, that’s a great decision, putting everything in closed doors for the meantime,” he continued. Former ONE Strawweight World Championship challenger Rene “The Challenger” Catalan echoed Kingad’s sentiments, saying that a mass gathering - much like a normal, packed ONE Championship event - can be the start of disease transmission, especially one as highly contagious as the COVID-19 virus. “For me, sir Chatri’s decision to continue the event in closed-doors is the right move. If an event pushes through which is open to the public, there is a big possibility for disease transmission. It’s a good move, and the right move, to push for closed-doors, as long as the competition continues.”  .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMar 23rd, 2020

Master director Mike De Leon uploads classic Filipino films for free binge-watching

Classsic Filipino movies were uploaded in a watch streaming platform recently to help Filipinos cope during the ongoing enhanced community quarantine due to novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsMar 23rd, 2020

Boxing: John Riel Casimero expects Inoue fight to happen in May

Three-division boxing world champion and reigning WBO Bantamweight World Champion John Riel "Quadro Alas" Casimero doesn't expect to wait too long to finally get his hands on WBA and IBW Bantamweight World Champion Naoya "Monster" Inoue of Japan.  The two 118-pound titleholders were set to collide on April 25th at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, but due to the current COVID-19 pandemic that's affecting the whole world, Top Rank Boxing decided to postpone all boxing events in March and April.  The Ormoc, Leyte-native believes that he and Inoue will square off in May.  "Durog 'yan, 'matic. Durugin natin 'yan in May, guys," Casimero said, responding to a fan during a live Q&A session on his YouTube channel.  "Pinag-usapan namin sa Top Rank, ibabalik [yung laban] in May, pero hinihintay pa namin yung 14 days, kaya malalaman natin after 14 days, i-aanounce na namin kung kelan yung laban, basta in May. Ready lang tayo, guys," Casimero explained further.  Casimero also touched on the possibility of a Filipino-versus-Filipino unification bout in the bantamweight division, since Nonito "The Filipino Flash" Donaire is expected to challenge WBC Bantamweight World Champion Nordine Oubaali for the title.  "Yeah, maglalaban yan talaga. Pag-mananalo si Donaire at mananalo ako, maglalaban kami," Casimero said. "Walang problema yan, kay i-pray natin na manalo si Donaire, manalo din tayo, magandang laban din 'yan."  Speaking of Filipinos, as it turns out, Inoue was able to enlist some help from a Pinoy boxer in the form of "Prince" Albert Pagara.  "Si Albert Pagara ka-sparring daw ni Inoue doon sa Japan, pero naka-uwi na sila sa Cebu," Casimero explained. "Nag-sparring sila, malakas daw si Inoue, sabi nila."  Casimero also answered a ton of fan questions in the near-2 hour video which you can watch below:.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMar 20th, 2020

WATCH: Defend yourself with Kali Eskrima

MANILA, Philippines – It's always a good idea to gear up on your self-defense skills, but have you ever tried a martial art that is native to the Philippines?  Kali Eskrima is a Filipino fighting system dating back to pre-colonial Philippines, but has risen again in popularity in modern times.  "This ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsMar 19th, 2020

From Cellar-Dweller to Contender: Basilan s phenomenal rise in the MPBL

Coming off a rough 2018-19 MPBL Datu Cup campaign, Basilan Steel-Jumbo Plastic has no way to go but up, with the help of Phenom Sports, its new management team. Phenom, led by Jax Chua, took over Basilan late last season when the Steel have already spiraled down to the bottom of the MPBL and finished the tournament tied with Rizal for the last spot of the Southern division behind a dismal 7-18 win-loss record. From there, Phenom rebuilt the team, starting with the coaching staff that has what it takes to maneuver a losing team to a victorious one. “Coming in, ‘yung outlook naming sa team, we want to bring a winning culture ditto sa Basilan. We took the challenge kahit alam naming cellar-dweller noong Datu Cup,” said Chua, who also serves as the general manager of the Steel. Coach Jerson Cabiltes took the helm for Basilan, alongside deputies Noy Catalan, Florian Pineda, Arnold Oliveros, Jinino Manansala, Joseph Guion, Migs Montero, and Dands Javier. Then came the task to build a team that exhibits the same qualities of the Basileños: determined, full of perseverance, hardworking, and has something to prove. Phenom, who also ventured into player management aside from sportswear-making, then made the moves to improve Basilan’s lineup by taking players who are no big names but can contribute in a variety of ways. “To have a winning team, not necessary naman to get big name players. Ang hinanap namin ay mga hardworking players who will buy into the system at magsa-sacrifice talaga,” Chua said. The management retained veteran Dennis Daa for his leadership while activating Cris Dumapis, who has emerged as a reliable force in the paint. They then acquired the services of shifty playmaker Hesed Gabo and sharpshooting big man Jay Collado from Quezon City, marksman Jhapz Bautista from Makati, high-leaping Bobby Balucanag and Shaq Alanas from Pasay, sparkplug Gab Dagangon from Bataan, and Michole Sorela from Navotas. They also signed PBA veterans Jonathan Uyloan and Anthony Bringas alongside Irven Palencia, an integral cog for St. Clare in NAASCU, who is also managed by Phenom. Philip Manalang, Mark Trinidad, Ar Raouf Jilkipli, Junjie Hallare, Darwin Lunor, Jett Vidal, Melgar Murillo, Harold Ng, and Reiner Bazan completed the lineup of Basilan. The Turnaround When the Chooks-to-Go MPBL Lakan Cup opened, the retooled Basilan started on the right foot with two straight wins against Bicol and Pampanga. But when the adrenaline ran out, the Jumbo Plastic-backed squad saw its win-loss standing at 9-8 midway through the season. Then Basilan scorched the league in its remaining 13 games, tallying 11 victories while only losing two matches. The main reason for the brilliant playoff push? The arrival of Phenom-managed collegiate talents in Allyn Bulanadi, NCAA Season 95 leading scorer and San Sebastian College-Recoletos superstar, and Philip Manalang, lead floor general of University of the East. Bulanadi, a 6-foot-3 up-and-coming star, played in the Steel’s last seven games in the elimination round on an impressive 21.71 points on 46 percent clip and 4.5 rebounds averages. Meanwhile, Manalang is a sparkplug off the bench who brings the tenacity on the defense all while contributing on the other end in various ways. Basilan entered the playoffs with a 20-10 record, good for the third spot in the tough Southern division just behind top seed Davao Occidental and second-ranked Bacoor. “Our main goal was to for a competitive team and we want to redefine Basilan through basketball. In this way, I think we have garnered so many fans and inspired yung buong Basilan province that’s why I think we have already succeeded in redefining Basilan,” Chua said. But the grind did not stop for the Steel as they marched into the postseason with the whole Basilan province rallying behind their backs. In the quarterfinals, Basilan swept Iloilo advancing into the semifinals, with a daunting task of beating second seed powerhouse Bacoor City. The Steel survived a grueling three-game series against the Strikers, coming up on top despite having home-court disadvantage for Games Two and Three. In the division finals, Basilan faced the toughest team in the South, the Davao Occidental Tigers. But Basilan showed, again and again, its heart, escaping Game One with a 74-72 victory at the Davao Sports and Tourism Complex in Tagum City. And with a shot to glory and barging into the National Finals, Basilan looked to become South kings in front of their huge following at Lamitan City Gym in Game Two, but the Tigers have other plans, spoiling Basilan’s home court and surviving with an 81-76 win. Game Three was supposed to happen last March 14, but MPBL decided to suspend the Division Finals due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. “Nandito na rin kami eh, we are not here to participate lang. Given the chance and we will gladly take it. We will go all out to bring more pride to the Basileños and to repay the trust na binigay sa amin ng leaders ng Basilan especially Congressman Mujiv Hataman, Mayor Julz Hataman Governor Jim Hataman Salliman and Councilor Hegem Furigay,” added Chua. Will Basilan Steel continue their astounding playoff run to the National Finals or will Davao Occidental retain its crown in the South? No matter what, Basilan has already won the hearts of the Basileños and the whole MPBL fanbase with its tremendous turnaround from a lowly team in Datu Cup to a powerhouse in the Chooks-to-Go MPBL Lakan Season. More than Basketball But “Redefining Basilan” is more than basketball. Phenom Sports not only wanted to turn around people’s perception of Basilan the basketball team but give Basilan the province the appreciation it deserves. Basilan has been a hotbed of misconceptions due to the armed conflicts that happened there, but those were the days and the province has moved on. “Right from the start na nakapunta ako sa Basilan, sobrang iba nito kasi akala natin magulo ang Basilan, ang mga tao iba ang ugali pero hindi. Basilan has been enjoying a long peace na. For more than 15 years now under the leadership ng mga Hataman, naging maayos, naging focused sila sa peace and progress,” Chua on Basilan province. And basketball has played a huge part in giving the young Basileños a dream to hold on. “Yung mga kabataan, nabibigyan ng chance na mangarap na maging katulad ng idols nila,” said Chua. “They want to be the next Allyn Bulanadi, the next Hesed Gabo, the next Irven Palencia. This is what basketball is giving to the Basilan people.” The Steel has built a cult following in Basilan and it is the best feeling a player could feel. “Paglapag pa lang ng pier, everybody knows the players. They follow them like rockstars, like celebrities. They send food to the hotels, they watch our practices. Ganoon kamahal ng Basilan yung mga players nila. They saw a hardworking team who really represents Basilan’s culture - the determination, the perseverance and the hard work of the Basileños,” Chua concluded. But how did Basilan Steel get popular in the province? Meet the team behind Phenom Sports. Phenom is all-in in redefining Basilan and that’s why they have a team to do so. They have photographers in Marl Castro, Thel Suliva, and Michael Ordoñez who captured in-game pictures and the team’s interaction with the fans. Rion Balin and Jeff Palaganas are the videographers who make the video highlights of the Basilan players for the fans. Juls Claudio and Dands Javier are graphic artists who create the posters and other publication materials to be posted on the team’s social media accounts. The latter also serves as the marketing man of Phenom. Emma Bueno and Joseph Guion complete the team as coordinator and director, respectively. In a span of just a year, Phenom Sports has reached its goal of redefining Basilan, turning it to #BasilanRedefined......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMar 19th, 2020

Pinoys in Italy seek gov’t help

A Filipino community in Italy has urged the Philippine government to help overseas Filipino workers (OFW) who have lost jobs there after the imposition of a total lockdown. Edgardo Turingan, spokesman of Task Force COVID-19 OFW Watch, said the lockdown in Italy has a “profound impact” in the lives of Filipino workers. “All is vulnerable […] The post Pinoys in Italy seek gov’t help appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsMar 18th, 2020

World 10-Ball Scratched

Filipino cue artists were left facing a blank wall following the cancellation of the 2020 Predator World 10-Ball Championship in Las Vegas, Nevada......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsMar 17th, 2020

How ONE Championship changed martial arts in the Philippines

ONE Championship has played a crucial role in molding the landscape of mixed martial arts in the Philippines.  In a boxing and basketball-crazed country, The Home of Martial Arts paved the way for Filipino martial artists to finally showcase their wares on the global stage. For Mark Sangiao, head coach of Team Lakay and one of the pioneers that helped build the sport in the country, the success of the world's largest martial arts organization has to do with the highly competent people they hire. “ONE is such a big help in mixed martial arts, not just in the Philippines but in Asia as a whole. It helped spread martial arts, not just MMA but in kickboxing and Muay Thai as well. I think it’s one of the keys why martial arts is so big in Asia right now,” Sangiao said. “They also hire the right people. They work with people who are really passionate about martial arts, including us which represents the country in this organization.”  Hiring the right people ultimately paid dividends for ONE according to Filipino sports analyst Nissi Icasiano, who said the organization was successful in transcending the sport to new heights in a span of eight years. “When ONE came here in 2012, the landscape of combat sports really changed because finally, we have a world-class promotion, which I felt was deprived from us,” Icasiano said.  “When North American-based promotions come here, usually they hold off on their best offering for the Filipino MMA fans, I felt like we were deprived from getting what we deserved. “ONE went all out. Aside from giving the best cards, they helped the ecosystem of MMA because they gave Filipinos a platform, especially Team Lakay, which produced five World Champions.” Where many local promotions failed, ONE Championship succeeded. For Sangiao, a key marketing strategy that has worked wonders for the organization is the fact that they go heavy on promoting the values of martial arts. “For me, the most important thing that ONE has done is their aggressiveness when promoting the sport,” Sangiao said.  “On our part, it gave us the platform to inspire the youth in taking up martial arts. What ONE wanted to promote was not just entertainment, but also the values of martial arts. With the stage set, all it needed to be fully embraced by the country was a relatable figure – and it was that humble gym high in the mountains of Baguio City that grabbed the opportunity and ran away with it.  “Team Lakay got the platform they needed in terms of improvement. Before when you say Asian MMA, people would only look at Japan. Now they are seeing the other areas of Asian MMA growing,” Icasiano said. “With ONE, they brought a world-class platform here where the fighters don’t really have to fly elsewhere. They brought world-class here. That’s a huge advantage for Filipinos and now we’re seeing that......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMar 16th, 2020

Neo-Vision: Past and future collide in art A Filipino digital artist shows his works in London

“Are you Japanese?” asked one of the artists. All around us, the chaos of setting up had subsided......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsMar 8th, 2020

MPBL: Bacoor s passion for their club keeps their title hopes alive

Even in the undercard of Thursday night's South Semifinals game 2 between Bacoor and Basilan, the STRIKE Gymnasium in Baccor City was already packed to the gills. While Davao Occidental was busy eliminating Zamboanga, there was already a crush of people trying to jam themselves into the arena through the corner entrance. At the final buzzer there was an awkward moment when some fans tried to squeeze out the door while many other Bacoorenos were forcing themselves in. A man who seemed to be in charge of the traffic tried to close the door and prevent others from streaming in. But it was useless. Bacoor has fallen hard for their Strikers, and nothing could stop them from catching their team in a do-or-die home playoff game against Basilan Steel Jumbo Plastic. Basilan took the first game, Bacoor had to have this one. The situation was a bit less chaotic from the VIP entrance, which leads to the stage behind one of the goals. From there the sight of so many Bacoor fans crammed into the arena could be properly beheld. The STRIKE Gym is a small arena, but on top of its first level of seating is a second tier. Both areas had every single square inch filled with humanity. Sure, the Strikers had their backs against the wall in this series, down 0-1 in this best-of-three, but some Bacoor fans literally had their backs against the wall as well. As in glued to the back windows and walls because there simply was no other place to be. On either side of the gym there are staircases with a view of the court. They were crammed as well, with Bacoor fans all looking to take a peek, no matter how obstructed, of their beloved team. The upper level of seating has a stainless steel railing in front. Fans were leaning on the railing, two or three deep, all around. Below them sat youngsters fixated on the action, clinging on to the lower bars of the railings. Many dangled legs over the edge. One wonders what would happen if one of them suddenly needed to go to the bathroom. These young urchins were pretty much trapped. In every MPBL game there is a DJ playing music and other sound effects to boost the atmosphere. Tonight his work can barely be heard, as the crowd itself makes an avalanche of noise. Bacoor fancies itself as the Marching Band Capital of the Philippines. There is a band in one corner, with a tuba sticking out into the air, playing lustily, even though this time there is nowhere to march. The home team races to a 20-6 first quarter lead, with the joint heaving with noise with every Bacoor basket. Bacoor fans choose passion over passiveness, roaring with every hustle play, and bombarding the Basilan coach with jeers of “EEE-YA-KIN” every time he complains to the referee. Mac Andaya is an obvious fan favorite. With his old testament beard paired with a messy man bun, the big man draws an extra-large helping of oohs and whenever he goes to the cup. The Strikers lead 43-21 at the half, with Basilan's offense in disarray. In the third quarter Striker King Destacamento executes a perfect putback jam, and underneath the din you can almost hear the rivets of the roof creak as they strain to hold the arena together in one piece. The Philippines has never really had a history of home-and-away sports. Basketball, volleyball and football have mostly been played in shared venues, where fan allegiance is split. Apart from a brave section of Basilan fans, everyone here tonight is cheering on the Strikers. Gilas games are home games, but they are mostly played in cavernous venues, with pricey tickets that only wealthy, “prawn sandwich” fans can afford. It seems that these fans would rather sit and watch than actively participate. The atmosphere is often wanting. But Bacoor fans, like many in MPBL communities, are blue collar, and the league is slaking their long-suppressed thirst for quality live hoops. And it happens in small, intimate bandboxes all over the country, where the cheering bounces off the walls and is amplified tenfold. This makes the MPBL playoff game is an experience unlike any other in Filipino hoops. There is a speedbump in the fourth quarter, as the visitors unleash a late run to cut the deficit to just seven with a minute and a half remaining. But when Bacoor marksman Michael Mabulac hauls down a crucial offensive board, the jugular is well and truly severed, and the party can begin. Final score: 80-69 Bacoor. What else is there left to do for the fans but stream out onto the court for selfies and hugs with the players. Bacoor is alive in the playoffs as the series goes 1-1. And best of all: as the higher seed, Bacoor fans get to do it all over again on Saturday in the deciding Game 3......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMar 6th, 2020

Leuterio Speaks at The 28th Property Portal Watch Conference in Bangkok, Thailand

Anthony Gerard Leuterio, the founder of Filipino Homes and the CEO of Leuterio Realty & Brokerage was one of the speakers of The 28th Property Portal Watch Conference held in Bangkok from 26th to 27th February 2020. Under the theme “Disrupt or Be Disrupted” the conference ran for two days. It featured expert Industry Speakers, Innovative Companies at the […] The post Leuterio Speaks at The 28th Property Portal Watch Conference in Bangkok, Thailand appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMar 1st, 2020

WATCH: Zamboanga stays undefeated, Banario ends ONE slump

    MANILA, PHILIPPINES - Two Filipino fighters emerged victorious in the closed-door ONE Championship: King of the Jungle on Friday, February 28 in Singapore. Denice "The Menace" Zamboanga (7-0) maintained her clean record as she scored a unanimous decision victory against Japanese veteran Mei "V.V" Yamaguchi (21-12-1).  .....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsFeb 29th, 2020