TECHNOLOGY has created a train of opportunities in the country, especially in the contemporary entrepreneurial setting.
Cebu, being a tech hub in the Visayas, houses one of the most vibrant tech cultures across the board. In every thriving scene, there are always players in the background. But it’s not every day that these people give just for giving’s sake. To some, working pro bono is the way to do it because it all boils down to the advocacy of buoying the local pride.
Parkmall, a Cebu homegrown shopping center, celebrated its 6th year anniversary with a toast to its six years of turning challenges to opportunities and staying committed on being relevant to the Cebuanos.
Looking back, Parkmall before was an abandoned warehouse located in an isolated and uncommercial area. Now, Parkmall is the catalyst of the developments in Mandaue City.
NOT all LED lights are born equal; this is what Cebu Belmont Inc. wants everybody to know as it brings to Cebu an award-winning and state-of-the-art product called HomeLED ArrowSlim.
This new concept in lighting is made by one of Malaysia’s most trusted names for innovative LED design, the LED House.
JUST because we’ve grown up doesn’t mean we need to stop trick or treating for Halloween, or at least in the case of Quest Hotel and Conference Center Cebu, it’s solely going to be treats.
Cebu Pacific (PSE: CEB), announced that it will increase and upgrade its flights to Hong Kong, pending the approval of its request for seat entitlements with the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB). The Philippines recently inked a new air service agreement with Hong Kong, doubling the weekly seats assigned to carriers operating flights from Manila to Hong Kong, from 15,000 seats per week to 30,000 seats per week. The agreement also covered unlimited capacity in all international airports in the Philippines outside of Manila.
GIVING traditional cuisine a twist makes for an innovative chef. And in cooking competitions, the question may well be: How does one cook a kilo or two of pork or of glutinous rice to come with something if not new, at least different?
Michelle: I have to admit that I just recently knew the word petricho and came to know that it means the smell of dry earth after the first rain. And I am so proud because it is through my niece Jana that I have heard of this word, and how she and her classmates spearheaded this project to donate raincoats to public school children.
The Filipino family is very good at dividing what has to be done and they are able to conquer the world.
When the kids were growing up, we got relocated to Manila because my husband got promoted. He didn’t want to go without his family, so we packed and went with him. It was the start of the school-year and to get all four daughters accepted in one school was next to impossible, but we made it.
I am a 25-year-old working woman and I have a boyfriend for a year now whose jealousy has worsened. From the first month of our relationship, I already knew that he is the jealous type. Since I love him, I felt flattered and tolerated his attitude.
SOON to celebrate its seventh year, the Filipino buffet at Pino has proved itself the place to go to, to savor various Filipino cuisines.
Ongoing now is the buffet of mostly Pampanga dishes from chef Edith Singian who was around to grace the launching of Pino’s latest food festival, which also saw the launching of her book, Sweet Temptations.