Chef Boy’s Cooking Series

Chef Boy’s Cooking Series

“Food is essential to life; therefore make it good.” – Anonymous Cooking is a basic skill everyone should learn. And of course what better way to enjoy learning this skill than learning recipes that will tickle your taste buds but still give you a nutritious meal. Chef Pablo Boy Logro, known Filipino celebrity chef, recently held a cooking series at the Food and Drinks Asia 2016 in World Trade Center and at the 30 th…

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YOLO Bazaars and Events: STARTERS’ DAY In partnership with SM Cares Foundation and DTI-NCR

YOLO Bazaars and Events:  STARTERS’ DAY In partnership with SM Cares Foundation and DTI-NCR

  YOLO Bazaars and Events:  STARTERS’ DAY In partnership with SM Cares Foundation and DTI-NCR EVENT DESCRIPTION “YOLO: STARTERS’ DAY” is an event for entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs featuring business talks for enterprise advancement, livelihood demonstrations for those seeking new, low-cost business ventures as well as business secrets revealed by successful entrepreneurs prompting a positive entrepreneurial attitude to event participants.  A discussion on the importance of health and wellness and the entrepreneur’s “money path” from…

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BACOLOD JEEPNEY ROUTES

BACOLOD JEEPNEY ROUTES

BACOLOD JEEPNEY ROUTES By tuklaserang matipid1Guides, Negros Occidental, Jeeps always end the route around the Central Market or close to it on Burgos St. Whether that is next to the market, near Gaisano Main, or near Lopues Araneta depends on the route. If you want to go to the market and are coming from the north side of town, it is best to get off at Plaza Mart or the Plaza and simply walk the…

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BACOLOD MASSKARA FESTIVAL GUIDE

BACOLOD MASSKARA FESTIVAL GUIDE

BACOLOD MASSKARA FESTIVAL GUIDE Masskara Festival is held annually every third weekend of October marking Bacolod City’s Charter anniversary. The Masskara Festival of Bacolod City has been listed among the 29 most colorful festivals and celebrations around the world bywww.placestoseeinyourlifetime.com. Every festival has its own story so let’s take a trip back in time on how it all started. History   The festival first began in 1980 during the period of crisis.The province relied on…

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BORACAY FOR UNDER PHP 1,000 A DAY

BORACAY FOR UNDER PHP 1,000 A DAY

BORACAY FOR UNDER PHP 1,000 A DAY By tuklaserang matipid We rounded up  most interesting super savers we can find in the island of Boracay. This includes accommodation,food, shopping and activities under Php 1,000 ( $25) and even FREE. Trust me, I was able to squeeze my budget to the fullest. Accommodation Boracay rates are divided into two seasons. Low season is from June – October while the High season is from November to May.White divers,…

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Why People LOAN

Why People LOAN

LOANS… You see massive advertising everywhere, offering different types such as: Car loans, Personal Loans, Salary Loans, etc.. Don’t you wonder why? Simple fact, certain niche markets dictate the need for it. Why people borrow? Being in this business makes you realize how the working population finds ways to maximize their available cash to meet basic necessities. (household related expenses, medical, education, etc). For most, availing a loan will assist them from this payday to…

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Share the good news and set a date with your friends

Share the good news and set a date with your friends

“We will make you acne free, or we will treat you for FREE.” Now, that’s something definitely worth sharing with your girl friends and guy pals who have been beset with acne issues without any real success in finding the right solutions. It’s about time to conquer your common enemy. This promise from SkinTrends should be good news for you all as it shows just how serious SkinTrends is when dealing with acne. Such is SkinTrends’ commitment that…

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Masskara Festival: The Philippines’ festival of smiles

Masskara Festival: The Philippines’ festival of smiles

Location: Bacolod, Negros Occidental, Philippines Dates: weekend nearest 19 October Level of participation: 3 – smile with the masked masses MassKara’s name is a fusion of the English word for ‘many people’ and cara, the Spanish word for face. It’s a perfect of this Filipino fiesta, in which Bacolod’s 450,000-plus residents take to the streets wearing masks with radiant smiles. Unlike the country’s other major celebrations, such as Ati-Atihan, MassKara does not pay homage to…

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Ati-Atihan: The Philippines’ exultant 800 year old festival

Ati-Atihan: The Philippines’ exultant 800 year old festival

‘parade01’ by martiniko. Creative Commons Attribution  Location: Kalibo, Philippines. Most of the action centres on Pastrana Park. Level of Participation: 4 – prepare to be dragged into the heart of the parade The amazing Ati-Atihan is the Philippines’ wildest and best Mardi Gras, a week-long street party that rages from dawn to dusk, peaking on the third Sunday in January. Honouring Santo Niño (an image of the infant Jesus), it’s a wetting of the head like no other,…

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16 Essential Homemade Beauty Tips For Fair Skin

16 Essential Homemade Beauty Tips For Fair Skin

Essential Homemade Beauty Tips For Fair Skin Image: Shutterstock We all secretly desire for long, lustrous hair and flawless complexion. In this post, we have covered an exhaustive list of beauty tips for getting fair skin at home. But this isn’t all about just face packs. We have also tried to cover specific foods and other skin care basics that are often ignored or overlooked. We often try fairness creams, face scrubs and other beauty…

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