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23 things about Bright Chiva-aree

Fans may have first met him as Sarawat who pursued and teased Tine to kiss him ‘til he dropped, but this “forgetful boy” is more than just an actor. He’s a singer, a model, an advocate, a son, and “a bright star.”.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource: thestandard thestandardDec 27th, 2020

Liza Soberano, going solo muna?

Excited naman ngayon si Ogie Diaz – ang manager ng aktres na si Liza Soberano – nang aminin niyang may mga pag-uusap na nagaganap na magsama sa isang project ang dalaga at ang sikat na Thai actor na si Vachirawit Chiva-aree o mas kilala bilang si Bright. “Actually na-pitch na rin sa amin yan so […] The post Liza Soberano, going solo muna? appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsFeb 1st, 2021

Tambalang Liza-Enrique paghihiwalayin muna: Para hindi magsawa ang mga tao

INAMIN ni Ogie Diaz, manager ni Liza Soberano na may pag-uusap na nagaganap na magsama sa isang project ang aktres at ang sikat na Thai actor na si Vachirawit Chiva-aree o mas kilala bilang si Bright. Sabi ng talent manager cum vlogger, “Actually na-pitch na rin sa amin yan so na-curious ako kung sino si […] The post Tambalang Liza-Enrique paghihiwalayin muna: Para hindi magsawa ang mga tao appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 31st, 2021

Pinoy BL series malakas ang hatak sa Pinoy audience

ISA-ISANG nagsulputan sa online world ang mga Pinoy Boys Love (BL) series pagkatapos pumatok sa audience during quarantine ang Thai BL series na 2Gether. Bida sa 2Gether na ipinapalabas din sa Kapamilya Channel ang sikat na Thai actors na sina Metawin Opas-iamkajorn (Win) and Vachirawit Chiva-aree (Bright). Kaagad ding dumami ang mga Pinoy audience na […] The post Pinoy BL series malakas ang hatak sa Pinoy audience appeared first on Pinoy Parazzi......»»

Category: newsSource:  pinoyparazziRelated NewsJul 10th, 2020

New Year means new appliances from Beko

The new year signals a fresh start for everyone. While things are not looking too bright right now, we still need to prepare ourselves and our homes for the year ahead. .....»»

Category: techSource:  thestandardRelated NewsJan 24th, 2021

Future is bright for Gilas

Three things stood out in Gilas’ twin wins over Thailand in the recent FIBA Asia Cup second qualifying window in Bahrain......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsDec 1st, 2020

The Huawei MateBook 14 wants to be your new work buddy

Huawei leaps to the stage with this year’s MateBook 14 Notebook, fired up with AMD’s 4600-H processor. With a 307.5mm width and a height of 15.9mm, the MateBook 14 is one of the thinnest laptops you can get your hands on. It’s sleek and stands out with a premium look and feel. At only 1.49kg, the MateBook 14 is lightweight and easy to tag along where you can work comfortably. The trackpad is big and spacious, making it easier to navigate around. The 14-inch screen is incredible. It features 2160×1440 resolution, bright, and excellent viewing angles. The bezels are also razor-thin, giving more screen space. It also happens to be a touch screen, armed with buttery response of today’s smartphones. No need to navigate the trackpad or mouse for simple tasks, like scrolling pages up or down. The hinges are solid and sturdy. You’d need two hands to pry open this laptop and for me, that’s good. You can punch the keys at a rapid pace without experiencing any wobbling. One of the most important things I personally look into for choosing laptops, is the keyboard. Besides having sufficient and comfortable travel between keystrokes, it’s a personal preference to have that “snappy” feel to it. I’m sure I’m not alone in the world with that keyboard preference. And it’s a delight to report the MateBook 14 has that “snappy” feel in its keyboards, making typing an enjoyable experience. When working at night with the lights off, the MateBook 14 features a backlit keyboard. The MateBook 14 is only a new component in Huawei’s entire ecosystem. To bridge mobility and workflow, the Huawei Share allows you to transfer files between the laptop and Huawei smartphone seamlessly. So, if you need to hurry off, just tap your Huawei phone into the MateBook 14 and you can keep on working while outside. The MateBook 14 is a strong addition to Huawei’s laptop lineup. If you’re looking to get a solid laptop for work or for online learning, the MateBook 14 is worth checking out......»»

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

2020 king of recruiting crown remains on UP’s head

Who was our King of Recruiting in 2018? Find out here. Who was our King of Recruiting in 2019? Find out here. --- From 2007 to 2015, the University of the Philippines only had 13 wins to show in 126 games total. That time is self-deprecatingly called in Diliman as the dark days. Due to that disappointing standing, the Fighting Maroons had the toughest time bringing in recruits. And due to that lack of pieces to the puzzles, they lost even more. Safe to say, State U was stuck in a vicious cycle in the dark days. That’s not to say they didn’t have blue-chip recruits back then as in their time, all of Woody Co, Mark Juruena, Mike Gamboa, Kyles Lao, Jett Manuel, and Mikee Reyes were among the best high school players. Only, a blue-chip recruit or two does not make a team. Fast forward to now and oh, how things have changed. Last year, UP was hailed as ABS-CBN’s King of Recruiting alongside University of the East. “On the strength of the transfers of Kobe Paras and Ricci Rivero, the Fighting Maroons… are worthy of the title,” it said then. And the season before that, the maroon and green was also up there with the best of them in terms of recruitment, having brought in the likes of eventual Season MVP Bright Akhuetie, Will Gozum, and Jaydee Tungcab. Indeed, there was nowhere to go but up. That has only continued this year as UP has left no doubt that it is now a force to reckon with in terms of recruitment. Early on, they already had a solid haul in Joel Cagulangan, once the best point guard in high school, and tireless workhorse Malick Diouf. And then, the shock of shocks. As it turned out, Nazareth School of National University stalwarts Carl Tamayo and Gerry Abadiano were going to be Fighting Maroons. Meaning, for the first time in recent history, the most promising prospect coming out of high school is headed to Diliman. Not only that, State U also answered its biggest question heading into next season – the question at point guard, filling in for Jun Manzo. But as it turned out, they weren’t done just yet - no, our friends, they weren’t done just yet. Tamayo and Abadiano’s departure from National U was shocking, without a doubt, but CJ Cansino’s exit from University of Sto. Tomas was even more so. Cansino, against his will, decided to move on from his alma mater since 2015 due to personal reasons. Fortunately for him, he landed on his feet. Now, the Fighting Maroons have ready-made replacement for Rivero as well as a leader in the shades of Paul Desiderio for UAAP 84. And that, our friends, is why we have no choice but to put the 2020 King of Recruiting crown on UP’s head once more. Tamayo and Abadiano are the bluest of blue-chip recruits this year and Cagulangan, Cansino, and Diouf are among the most talented transferees, but also joining them in the maroon and green will be scoring machine RC Calimag from La Salle Green Hills, burly big Miguel Tan from Xavier High School, Filipino-American playmaker Sam Dowd, Filipino-Australian tower Ethan Kirkness, physical forward Jancork Cabahug from University of Visayas, and versatile wing CJ Catapusan from Adamson University. The former Bullpups are guaranteed ato be contributors even as rookies while Calimag, Tan, and Dowd are going to shore up a bench that had just lost Gomez de Liano brothers Javi and Juan. Of course, Diouf, Kirkness, Cansino, Cabahug, and Cagulangan are still serving residency, but when they will be eligible, they will get a shot at a squad that will look brand new. All of Bright Akhuetie, J-Boy Gob, David Murrell, Noah Webb, and Rivero are graduating players while Paras is only guaranteed to play one more year. That means that after Season 83, the Fighting Maroons may very well have to fill six spots. That means that UP is not only beefing up for UAAP 83, it is also securing its future. If not for the shock of shocks, though, the crown would have been claimed by De La Salle University which sent a statement that it is back and better than ever. Justine Baltazar and Aljun Melecio may be playing their fifth and final years in college, but the green and white’s future has only brightened following this prolonged preseason. First and foremost, Kevin Quiambao, the third leg in that National U tripod of talent out of high school, has the capability and confidence to follow in the footsteps of Baltazar. Hopefully, he will be eligible for Season 83, but if not, what’s certain is he will be playing in UAAP 84. Alongside him as pieces for the future are super scorers CJ Austria and Emman Galman, all-around swingman Joshua Ramirez, and Filipino-Americans Jeromy Hughes, Kameron Vales, and Philips bros. Benjamin and Michael. Among all those, Jonnel Policarpio, likened to a young Arwind Santos, has the highest upside, but the Fil-Ams have much potential as well. And don’t forget that Evan Nelle, the primetime playmaker from San Beda University, is just getting primed and prepped to take the reins when Melecio leaves. Of course, the caveat here is that we are all in uncharted territory due to the continuing COVID-19 crisis. And in that light, the next season of the UAAP remains far away and a lot could still happen until then. While majority of the local blue-chip recruits have already committed, talents from abroad and transferees from other schools could still come and change the game. With that being said, there remains no doubt that UP and La Salle have made the biggest noise in the offseason. However, it’s not actually the Fighting Maroons or the Green Archers who got the lion’s share of the best graduating players in the 2020 NBTC 24. Yes, that honor belongs to Lyceum of the Philippines University which is finally reaping the rewards of its rising Jrs. program with NCAA 95 Jrs. MVP John Barba and Batang Gilas playmaker Mac Guadana being promoted as full-fledged Pirates. Guadana could do it all and looks like the next great guard in the Grand Old League while fearless slasher is Barba is a perfect complement to him. Add another fiery guard in John Bravo and sweet-shooting big man Carlo Abadeza and LPU has restocked its coffers after losing Marcelino twins Jaycee and Jayvee and Cameroonian powerhouse Mike Nzeusseu. In all though, the 2020 NBTC 24 was dominated by UP… and San Beda. Of the annual rankings’ 15 graduating players, four would be Fighting Maroons and another four would be Red Lions. Yes, San Beda’s grassroots program is back on track with its Jrs. championship core all remaining in red and white. Rhayyan Amsali, ranked no. 1 in the 2020 NBTC 24, is the most college-ready high school player while Justine Sanchez is a long-limbed forward who could turn out to be the next Calvin Oftana, you know, the NCAA 95 MVP. Yukien Andrada, meanwhile, is only continuing to develop his two-way game and Tony Ynot is a 3-and-D weapon who had even left an impression on Jalen Green. And hey, as somebody said, don’t sleep on the UAAP’s three-time defending champions. Ateneo may already be missing Isaac Go, Thirdy Ravena, Adrian Wong, and Nieto twins Mike and Matt and they may not be making noise as of late, but they are still welcoming Dave Ildefonso and Dwight Ramos with open arms. Ildefonso will only be good to go come UAAP 84, but Ramos is already being seen by head coach Tab Baldwin as a difference-maker for the Blue Eagles in Season 83. Eli, Dwight’s younger brother, is also in the mix to backstop SJ Belangel and Tyler Tio. Note also that former blue-chip recruit Inand Fornilos may very well finally get his shot while both Jolo Mendoza and Raffy Verano are also back. Ateneo’s foe in the Finals last year also reloaded quite a bit as for the third year in a row, UST will be sending the Tiger Cubs’ best player to the Srs. squad. Following in the footsteps of Cansino and Mark Nonoy, post player Bismarck Lina will be a Growling Tiger next season. Alongside him to fortify the frontcourt are Christian Manaytay, Bryan Samudio, and Bryan Santos while bolstering the backcourt are Joshua Fontanilla and Paul Manalang. Speaking of fortifying the frontcourt, Far Eastern University is the team that got the biggest boost in terms of size. With 6-foot-7 Nigerian Emman Ojoula’s residency over and done with, the go-go guards of the Tamaraws have yet another weapon to burn opponents with. CESAFI MVP Kevin Guibao and transferee Simone Sandagon are no slouches either while Cholo Anonuevo has a roster spot waiting for him if and when he decides to come home after trying his luck in the US. RJ Abarrientos no longer appears here as he was already in FEU’s list last year. These are the new faces to see for the other teams: CSB Blazers LETRAN Knights JRU Heavy Bombers MAPUA Cardinals ADAMSON Soaring Falcons UE Red Warriors --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 26th, 2020

Sangmanee targets shining moment in ONE bantamweight Muay Thai tournament

“The Million Dollar Baby” Sangmanee Klong SuanPluResort may have done a lot of things in the world of Muay Thai, but he has yet to have his moment under the bright lights of ONE Championship......»»

Category: sportsSource:  thestandardRelated NewsAug 19th, 2020

Ratliffe has advice for Japan-bound Thirdy: 'Be super confident'

The Japan-bound Thirdy Ravena has a big believer in South Korea's Ricardo Ratliffe. Ratliffe, the former Star import and current naturalized player for the Korean national team, says that Thirdy is due for big things on the basketball court. The leading scorer and rebounder of the 2019 FIBA World Cup calls Ravena as the future of Philippine basketball. "I definitely think so," Ratliffe said on 2OT with PBA broadcasters Magoo Marjon and Carlo Pamintuan. Ratliffe got a close look at Thirdy when his South Korean national team took on Ravena's Ateneo Blue Eagles in the 2018 Jones Cup. [Related: JONES CUP: Blue Eagles get burned by red-hot Korea] Korea won the game, 90-73, but Thirdy earned a believer despite the loss. The Koreans finished that Jones Cup at third place while the Blue Eagles went fourth. "He's like a Filipino Russell Westbrook. I saw him in the Jones Cup and he killed us. We brought our real national team and he played well against us," Ratliffe recalled. "I'm like who is this dude? And he's in college? His athleticism is off the charts," Ratliffe added. As a veteran international player himself, Ratliffe likes Thirdy's move to Japan to play pro ball. Ravena is set to take flight in the B.League after signing with San-en NeoPhoenix. [Related: Thirdy, NeoPhoenix open home campaign against powerhouse Jets] "I know he's gonna go out there and represent for the Philippines. I think he has a bright future ahead of him," Ratliffe said of Thirdy. In NeoPhoenix, Thirdy joins a team that only won five games in the COVID-19 shortened 2019-2020 season. As a young player making the jump, Ratliffe believes it was the best move Ravena could make. "I think he made a right decision choosing a lesser team, especially at the start, just to test the waters and see how he likes it. It's a big culture difference out there. Japan is kinda similar to Korea where we're really strict on stuff," Ratliffe said of Thirdy. "So I think he just has to go out there with a free mind and be super confident, he gotta always know that he's still one of the best players in the country so just go out there with that mindset and play like it. At the end of the day, if it doesn't work out and he doesn't like it in Japan, he can always go home so there's no need to stress about it," Ratliffe added.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 16th, 2020

BrightWin on int’l success of 2gether: ‘We were lucky everyone was staying at home’

The stars of the popular Thai series 2gether, Vachirawit Chiva-ree (Bright) and Metawin Opas-iamkajorn (Win), readily admitted that the timing of the show’s release was a major factor of its success overseas......»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  philstarRelated NewsJun 30th, 2020

SB19, The Juans among performers in YouTube FanFest

The virtual edition of YouTube FanFest (YTFF) returns for its second year in the Philippines, presented by Globe and All Things Hair PH by Unilever. The online event will be divided into three episodes streaming live from Aug. 27 to 29 at 6:00 p.m. on the YouTube FanFest channel......»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  thestandardRelated NewsAug 22nd, 2021

Gold, silver and bronze linings

These days it’s becoming increasingly difficult to find things to be happy or positive about......»»

Category: financeSource:  philstarRelated NewsAug 17th, 2021

James on Nadine: ‘She’s always gonna be very special to me’

‘I think I was really dependent on a lot of things and when the pandemic hit, it got real — it just couldn’t be something that I was passionate about and then I could just show up once every while and do my thing and then disappear. I realized what I really want to do for a living takes a lot of work — you know, making music, running a music label, working with friends. I have to be professional about the things that I’m passionate about.’.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  philstarRelated NewsAug 16th, 2021

Onyok Velasco believes Philippines can claim boxing gold in next Olympics

Falling short of the gold himself in Atlanta 25 years ago, Velasco is taking the multi-medal haul in Tokyo as a sign of good things to come, and that the gold for Filipino boxers will come sooner rather than later......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsAug 15th, 2021

Things You Didn’t Know About Marco Gumabao

SO, TELL ME who among you readers did not have a crush on Marco Gumabao when you first noticed him in the teen series Luv U? Raised your hands. I knew it. All of you did. Granted that he was geeky but cute, sweet and nerdy, we all rooted for him and his love interest, Miles […] The post Things You Didn’t Know About Marco Gumabao appeared first on Pinoy Parazzi......»»

Category: newsSource:  pinoyparazziRelated NewsAug 14th, 2021

3 things you didn& rsquo;t know you can do with ShopeePay

Can’t go out? No problem! With ShopeePay, not only can you pay for your online shopping purchases, you can also buy load and pay your bills right in the comfort of your home......»»

Category: techSource:  thestandardRelated NewsAug 13th, 2021

Commentary: Doing right by education

The COVID-19 pandemic has definitely changed a lot of things in our lives......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsAug 9th, 2021

Do vaccinations against Covid-19 affect the menstrual cycle? This says science

COVID-19 Many women have highlighted that their cycle has changed after receiving their biological but that is the truth of things by: Mate Pine·August 8,.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 9th, 2021

Olympic disappointments in Tokyo 2020

August 7, 2021, 3:9By Jonah Diaz Gonzalez, Special Envoy TOKYO, Aug. 7 (Prensa Latina) Of all the romantic things about the Olympics, today illusions occupy.....»»

Category: newsSource:  thedailyguardianRelated NewsAug 7th, 2021

Police to bus operators: Don’t make things hard for us

    MANDAUE CITY, Cebu – The top official of the Cebu Police Provincial Office (CPPO) is asking operators of buses plying provincial routes to comply with new regulations that will be enforced while the province is under General Community Quarantine (GCQ). “Huwag sana silang mag-attempt na mag-violate kasi although, of course, we understand yung […] The post Police to bus operators: Don’t make things hard for us appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsAug 7th, 2021