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‘Pit Señor sa mga way uyab kini” viral story online

    CEBU CITY, Philippines— If you are a devotee of the Señor Sto. Niño you’d know why most of the devotees would prefer to attend the last scheduled Mass of the novena masses leading to His fiesta celebration. That’s because of the short traditional Sinulog dance that happens after the mass. This is when […] The post ‘Pit Señor sa mga way uyab kini” viral story online appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource: inquirer inquirerNov 25th, 2020

Glow up story of makeup enthusiast goes viral online

CEBU CITY, Philippines— Everyone has their fair share of glow-up stories. And in this story, you’ll be amazed by how this young talented makeup enthusiast went from simple to elegant chic. Carl Cee, 23, a native of Davao City, shared on his Facebook account on Wednesday, May 13, how he went from a beginner to […] The post Glow up story of makeup enthusiast goes viral online appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 17th, 2020

Jason Magbanua dismisses viral post: Fabricated persona, fabricated story

MANILA, Philippines – Wedding videographer Jason Magbanua has spoken up regarding circulating online rumors from a woman who claimed that Jason engages in one-night-stands with brides and bridesmaids and is the father of her son. In response, Jason began a thread on Twitter on Friday, October 18, ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsOct 18th, 2019

Konduktor nga nag Spiderman, nag-viral online

Nag-viral sa social media ang usa ka konductor human kini nag-Spiderman sulod sa bus aron maningil sa pamilite sa mga pasahero......»»

Category: newsSource:  abanteRelated NewsAug 16th, 2019

Six pack abs ni J.Lo kinabaliw ng mga boylet

Nag-viral ang workout na pinost ni Jennifer Lopez sa kanyang Instagram Story. Pinaghahandaan ng 49-year-old superstar ang kanyang “It’s My Party Tour” na magsisimula sa June 7 sa The Forum in Inglewood, California. Magtatapos ito sa Miami, Florida on the eve of her 50th birthday on July 24.The post Six pack abs ni J.Lo kinabaliw ng mga boylet appeared first on Abante News Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  abanteRelated NewsMay 28th, 2019

Benilde prof sues Ressa, Rappler journo for cyberlibel over thesis for sale report

Journalists from the online news site Rappler have been charged of cyberlibel over a story detailing an alleged payment scheme by a college professor in Manila for students to complete the requirement......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJan 14th, 2021

8-taong bata bumili ng higit P100K mobile games gamit ang debit card ng magulang

Laking gulat ng ina ng 8-anyos na batang lalaki mula sa Davao City nang matuklasan nitong umabot sa higit P100,000 ang nagastos ng kanyang anak matapos itong bumili ng mga mobile games online sa loob lamang ng dalawang araw. Nag-viral ang Facebook post ng 39-anyos na ina na si Julmar Grace Locsin tungkol sa anak […] The post 8-taong bata bumili ng higit P100K mobile games gamit ang debit card ng magulang appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 14th, 2021

Saso hogs GDO spotlight

Next to the Tokyo Olympics postponement, Yuka Saso’s back-to-back title feats in the early going of her rookie campaign in the LPGA of Japan Tour was Golf Digest Online’s second top news story in women’s golf in the pandemic-hit 2020 season......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsDec 31st, 2020

Saso hogs Golf Digest Online spotlight

Next to the Tokyo Olympics postponement, Yuka Saso’s back-to-back title feats in the early going of her rookie campaign in the LPGA of Japan Tour was Golf Digest Online’s second top news story in women’s golf in the pandemic-hit 2020 season......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsDec 31st, 2020

Stream world-class concerts this December

What better way to spend weekends than a back-to-back musical salvo featuring some of the most respected personalities in the local music industry in Aegis na Aegis: A Story of Us and Ogie and the Hurados at the comfort of your homes this month via the online streaming platform www.ktx.ph......»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  thestandardRelated NewsDec 3rd, 2020

Viral pandemic story inspires Adolf Alix’s BL series Happenstance

A viral pandemic story about decades-old love letters accidentally found in a house ceiling inspired the newest entrant in the country’s BL (Boys’ Love) landscape......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsNov 17th, 2020

Social media becomes emergency helpline at the height of Typhoon ‘Ulysses’

Social media sites on Thursday turned into virtual emergency hotlines as many individuals trapped inside their homes begged to be rescued after Typhoon “Ulysses” dumped heavy rains on Metro Manila and nearby provinces. “Parang awa nyo na po sana may makapansin nito. Kailangan po ng rescue ng pamilya ko sa Montalban (Rizal) (I’m begging and hoping that someone would notice this. My family in Montalban needs to be rescued),” Rowena Bragas said in a Facebook post around 6 a.m. on Thursday “This is urgent!!! Second floor na po ang baha at malakas pa din ang ulan at hangin (The flood has already reached our second floor and the strong winds and heavy rains continue).” Arnel Arevalo, another social media user, added: “Help please! If you know anyone from Montalban, Rizal LGU please let them know that there are still a lot of residents here in Celina Homes 4 who are trapped in their 2nd floor. No sign of rescuers/responder yet. Signal is bad too. Power is out.” Facebook and Twitter users woke up to a number of posts and tweets of people asking for help. These include the viral photos of residents of Rizal province who sought refuge on the roof of their houses after their community was completely submerged in flood waters. Some even had infants in tow. “Sa mga nakakabasa po, patulong. Kailangan po namin ng rescue. Marami pong baby po dito nasa taas na po kami ng bahay, kasama mga kapitbahay po namin. Malapit na po kami abutin, mga 20+ po kami, 10 bata po kasama 5 babies (To anyone who can read this, please help us. We need a rescue team. We have babies with us. We are already on top of our house, with our neighbors. We have 10 children, including five babies here),” Micca Lorreine De Jesus of Montalban town said. The term #RescuePH became trending on Twitter as people seeking assistance used the hashtag to aggregate information of those needing to be rescued. Local government units, including Valenzuela City, used social media to monitor the situation of their constituents, especially those in need of rescue teams. They also resorted to online posting to keep their constituents informed, like what the government of Navotas and Pasay cities did when two vessels ran aground and damaged structures in their areas. As Typhoon “Ulysses,” which reached Signal No. 3, barreled into the National Capital Region, the hotlines of the Armed Forces of the Philippines were overwhelmed with calls, its spokesman, Maj. Gen. Edgard Arevalo, said over DZMM. Despite several evacuation orders enforced a day earlier, many individuals ended up trapped inside their houses. They could no longer find a way out due to rushing waters. In a flood-prone area of Barangay Bagong Silangan in Quezon City, the local government had to deploy at least four rescue boats to fetch the residents who remained in their homes and were trapped, joining the nearly 10,000 individuals who were earlier evacuated. Rescuers, whose operation started as early as midnight, paddled through the waist-deep flood. Many residents, especially of Rizal province and Marikina city, also bore the brunt of the typhoon after losing their houses to the murky flood. Social distancing aimed to prevent the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) was also hardly observed among the affected individuals as they tried to fit themselves into limited elevated spaces. Some were no longer wearing face masks. The ferocious wind brought by the typhoon toppled trees and torn away scaffolding of several buildings under construction. In Barangay 187 in Caloocan City, a man sustained a leg injury after a tree fell on their house, a certain Cham Oliveros said in a Facebook post......»»

Category: newsSource:  mb.com.phRelated NewsNov 12th, 2020

‘Barangay 143’ conquers Netflix, streams on PopTV this Nov. 18

First Filipino anime series “Barangay 143” continues to bring the country’s name to the global stage after it debuted on streaming giant Netflix last month and even landed among the top ten most watched titles in Netflix Asia. “We are very proud that again we have reached another first with ‘Barangay 143,’ and that is the first Filipino anime series to stream on Netflix. This has been enjoyed by millions of Filipinos nationwide during its free TV run and we believe other countries would enjoy it just as much as Filipinos did. We hope it continues to entertain young viewers and inspire young Filipino animators,” said August Media Holdings CEO Jyotirmoy Saha. “From the very start, we want to make Filipinos proud and to be able to share our story to the rest of the world so we are just overwhelmed with all the positive feedback we are getting. ‘Barangay 143’ represents all of us,” said Synergy88 Entertainment Media COO Jackeline Chua. Ever since it premiered on Netflix, the show has again received positive feedback from Filipinos who expressed how proud they of the Filipino anime. Some also shared how happy they are that they can finally stream it online. Aside from that, clamor for its second season grows even more as avid fans of the show demand producers to finally end its more than one year of hiatus off air. Prior to this, “Barangay 143” made the headlines as it emerged the best in Asia and won the Best 2D Animated Program and Best Theme Song (‘Alanganin’) categories at the recent Asian Television Awards. It was also proclaimed regional winner in the Best Animated Program, Best Drama Series, and Best Theme Song (‘Liga ng Buhay’) categories at the 2019 Asian Academy Creative Awards. Produced by Philippine-based Synergy88 Entertainment Media, Singapore’s August Media Holdings, Japan’s TV Asahi and ASI Animation, “Barangay 143” tells the story of Bren Park, a young and rising basketball superstar from Korea who in search of his biological father in Manila. Here, he finds a new family in a team of misfits and turns their basketball team from underdogs to being the team to beat in the tournament. Aside from its Filipino storyline, “Barangay 143” was dubbed by Filipino celebrities-turned-voice actors led by Migo Adecer, Julie Anne San Jose, Ruru Madrid, and Kelley Day and seasoned actors John Arcilla, Cherie Gil, Edu Manzano, and Lorna Tolentino among others. It’s original soundtrack also features top OPM artists that include Gloc 9, Nina, Top Suzara, Kris Lawrence, Harlem Ty, Kevin Yadao, Krizza Neri, and Willie Revillame. It premiered on free-to-air television via GMA 7 in October 2018 and consistently dominated its Sunday morning timeslot according to data from AGB Nielsen. “Barangay 143” is still available on Netflix and will be available on newest streaming platform POPTV this Nov 18. To download just search “POPTV Pinas” on Google Play or Apple AppStore. For more information, visit www.facebook.com/poptvph.....»»

Category: newsSource:  mb.com.phRelated NewsNov 8th, 2020

Jodi Sta. Maria has found her new partner

Screen star and entrepreneur Jodi Sta. Maria recently made headlines after photos of her and the new apple of her eye made rounds online. But that partnership is an entirely different story. Jodi has another partnership bigger than her personal rendezvous......»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  thestandardRelated NewsNov 3rd, 2020

Kelot na nagkakape habang humahagupit si Rolly, viral

Manila, Philippines – Viral sa social media ang video ang lalaking nagkakape habang humahagupit si Bagyong Rolly. Makikita sa video na nagkakape si Carlo Tanay sa labas ng bahay nito na hindi alintana ang malakas na hangin at ulan ni Rolly. Nakaupo si Tanay sa sofa at inalok pa ang mga netizen. Pagkatapos nito magkape, […] The post Kelot na nagkakape habang humahagupit si Rolly, viral appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsNov 3rd, 2020

Cristy Fermin, Lolit Solis makakasama ni Kris sa online talk show; nag-audition sa PBB umabot na sa 76,704

Follow-up story ito sa nasulat namin dito sa Bandera kahapon na magkakaroon ng talk show si Kris Aquino na produced ng Puregold. Ayon sa aming nakalap na impormasyon, “it was part of the endorsement, not really a show.” Si Kris ang latest endorser ngayon ng Puregold at dahil kasama nga sa kontrata ay magkakaroon sila […] The post Cristy Fermin, Lolit Solis makakasama ni Kris sa online talk show; nag-audition sa PBB umabot na sa 76,704 appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 30th, 2020

Miss Universe PH Bohol ipinagtanggol si KC Montero

Manila, Philippines – Ipinagtanggol ni Miss Bohol Pauline Amelinckx si KC Montero na siyang host sa grand finals ng Miss Universe Philippines 2020. Ito ay matapos nakatanggap ng negatibong reaksyon ang aktor na umano’y “rude” sa pakikipag-usap kay Miss Bohol. “That part was indeed cut short for airtime,” saad nito sa isang Instagram story. “This […] The post Miss Universe PH Bohol ipinagtanggol si KC Montero appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsOct 27th, 2020

Bibo teacher nagsabog ng saya online

Naghatid ng good vibes ang viral video ng isang guro na hataw sa kanyang pagsayaw habang nagkaklase online. The post Bibo teacher nagsabog ng saya online first appeared on Abante......»»

Category: newsSource:  abanteRelated NewsOct 21st, 2020

Nadine Lustre maglalabas ng bagong kanta

Manila, Philippines – Inanunsyo ni Nadine Lustre na siya ng bagong kantang pinamagatang “Wildest Dreams” para sa kaniyang album na ilalabas sa Oktubre 16. Inanunsyo niya ito sa kanyang Instagram story para sa pre-order ng naturang kanta. Matatandaan nitong Hunyo nagbigay ito ng detalye ukol sa album na mayroong 13 kanta. RNT/ELM The post Nadine Lustre maglalabas ng bagong kanta appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsOct 13th, 2020

Mother helping daughter answer modules in Cebu City sidewalk sparks inspiration online

    CEBU CITY, Philippines— Where would we all be without our mothers? Mothers are the light of our homes, guiding us and keeping us on the right path, no matter what. Yes, no matter what. Just like in this story, where a netizen chanced upon a mother helping her child with her school modules […] The post Mother helping daughter answer modules in Cebu City sidewalk sparks inspiration online appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 11th, 2020

Knocking on Goliath’s Doors

Most people love a David vs. Goliath story, cheering when the underdog comes out on top, defying all odds and expectations. In all probability, part of the attraction comes from how seldom it happens. In the consumer goods corporate arena, for example, what we’ll read about more often is how some creative, forward-looking, independent enterprise is gobbled up by a multinational, or big player. So here’s something that’s different, a David calling on the Goliaths to partner with ‘him,’ to forge something collaborative, rather than adversarial or acquisitive. Founders of the Australian-based social enterprise, Thankyou, Daniel and Justine Flynn Thankyou is an Australian social enterprise founded in 2008 by a group of university students. Offering consumer products – personal care and baby product ranges – in Australia and New Zealand, their mission vision and business model is to make and distribute the Thankyou products to help end extreme poverty. As Daniel Flynn, Thankyou co-founder with his wife Justine and Jarryd Burns, reminds us, ‘With $63 trillion spent on consumer goods each year while 736 million people are stuck in extreme poverty (based on WB, OECD data), we believe that business as usual is broken. But we also believe that we, together with people and a partnership with one of the two biggest companies in the world, can change this by funneling the dollars spent on consumer goods into helping extreme poverty.” To achieve this, and drum up attention to their ‘call’ to P&G and Unilever to make and distribute Thankyou products globally; Thankyou has embarked on a global Social Media campaign, No Small Plan. The ‘plan’ is to muster enough global viral support that one of these giants will take notice, and team up with Thankyou. It’s the collective impact of voices around the world that Thankyou is asking for. To show our support, Thankyou is asking us to:– Post a photo or share the campaign social title with the caption ‘I’m in, are you?’ – Tag @proctergamble and @unilever. – Hashtag #thankyoutotheworld. – Share Thankyou’s video to help spread this even further.And you might have begun seeing these ‘I’m in, are you?’ IG posts, wondering what they were all about. A Thankyou-funded water supply & sanitation project in Asia. Thankyou will then set virtual meetings with both consumer goods giants – this to happen at the end of the social campaign. And on November 5th, Thankyou will announce which multinational will be their partner, on one of the largest and most iconic digital billboards of the world, New York City’s Time Square.  It’s a daring gambit by this company that is as much social movement and engaged community, as it is distributor of consumer goods. To date, Thankyou has raised over A$17 million for their impact partners serving the world’s poorest populations. They’ve helped over 857,000 people in over 20 countries, from Asia to Africa; addressing water, health, sanitation, economic development programs, maternal and child health programs in low-income communities. Tackling extreme poverty, the supported programs and impact partners help alleviate the problems of people living on less than $1.90/day. Thankyou doing something for Education in Africa. To date, the verdict is still out on to what extent this COVID pandemic will affect the global economy. Needless to say, we can be certain that the gap between the rich and the poor will only widen, inequalities heightened. Thankyou offers a new business model, where it’s not just the CSR programs that reach out to ameliorate social ills; but that the business model itself gets a much-needed makeover. Make your voice heard if you share in Thankyou’s vision of tomorrow......»»

Category: newsSource:  mb.com.phRelated NewsOct 9th, 2020