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Focus on Cebuano hospitality
SUMMIT Hotel Galleria is focused on giving its guests Cebuano hospitality, says its general manager Ariel Banaag. Ariel recalls experiencing this kind of hospitality himself when he first came to Cebu during his early teens. He recalled that his family, ...
From 854 days ago
Compassion at its best
THE work of Kythe Foundation Inc. is compassion at its best. Founded in 1992 by Fatima Lorenzo and Carmen Castro, it aims to give hope to children with cancer and other chronic illnesses “through simple sharing and togetherness.” (The word ...
From 856 days ago
When the sun danced
A HUNDRED years ago today, the sun danced in Fatima, Portugal. This was witnessed by, according to newspaper accounts, some 70,000 people. This was the culmination, the miracle promised by Our Lady of the Rosary to three children to whom ...
From 859 days ago
Fiesta for everyone
FIESTAS are a part of Filipino life. Practically every day, there is a fiesta somewhere in the Philippines. So at night, when one passes by Cardinal Rosales Ave. and hears music coming from a well-lighted place, he tries to find ...
From 865 days ago
The flavors of the land of the rising sun
THERE’S this cozy nook in the lobby of Radisson Blu Cebu that’s devoted to everything Japanese in terms of food and drinks, with 15 different kinds of sake (alcohol content ranging from eight to 15 percent) and two kinds of ...
From 879 days ago
Building a performing arts school in Cebu
RISING up at the Fo Guan Shan (FGS) Chu Un Temple grounds along V. Rama St., Cebu City, is the Guang Ming Institute of Performing Arts Cebu, fulfilling a promise made by FGS founder Venerable Master Hsing Yun. It is ...
From 886 days ago
Jessica's legacy: Heritage cuisine
FOOD has always been with us. Our ancient forebears harnessed what was edible in our locality. They roasted, fried, boiled or ate raw the bounty of the sea, the edible flora and fauna in their fields and forests. The ways ...
From 893 days ago
A peek at an English tea house
THERE’S a new addition in the Sirao Garden Little Amsterdam: a quaint, old-fashioned English Tea House called Casa Bella. For owner Elena Chua, the tea house is a childhood dream come true. She relates that even as a child, “I ...
From 919 days ago
A speed train engineer, now a hotelier
GABOR Bors, resident manager of Radisson Blu Cebu, studied math and physics in college in his country, Romania, then went on to become an engineer specializing in high speed trains. He worked only one day as such, for, as he ...
From 925 days ago
The math behind the sweet success
WHERE does one get the best Spanish bread in the city? Most will say at Anita’s Home Bakeshop, where the Spanish bread is the softest and yummiest. It is a product of experimentation and calculation-for the right mix of ingredients ...
From 927 days ago