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Kisses Delavin Hailed ‘Most Beautiful Woman’ in PH for 2020

Kisses Delavin is hailed ‘most beautiful woman’ in the country for 2020, based on an online poll by Starmometer, an entertainment website. Delavin, a former Pinoy Big Brother housemate, garnered 2,180,769 votes. Maine Mendoza, in second place, got 1,873,741 followed by Nadine Lustre with 1,406,627 and Kathryn Bernardo with 905,596. It is Delavin’s second time… Continue reading Kisses Delavin Hailed ‘Most Beautiful Woman’ in PH for 2020

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Naruto Face Shield Draws Attention

A fan of Naruto? Why not incorporate the famed Japanese manga into your daily apparel, better yet, into your protective gear? This is what online store ‘Tiyangge ni Corona’ has thought about. The online store, spawned in the time of COVID, aims to supplement all personal protective equipment needs of Ilonggos, and even beyond Iloilo.… Continue reading Naruto Face Shield Draws Attention

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Universal Robina Corporation Brands Now on Lazada

You can now buy popular goodies by Universal Robina Corporation (URC) online, through Lazada. URC, one of the biggest food and beverage makers in the country, has recently opened its official store in Lazada’s LazMall. Through this, Piattos, Nova, Cream-O, Cloud 9, Nissin Cup Noodles, Great Taste, C2, Maxx, and other URC snacks, candy, biscuit,… Continue reading Universal Robina Corporation Brands Now on Lazada

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Most Unique Face Masks and Face Shields

With the advent of COVID-19, health protocols have been put to place to protect individuals from transmitting the virus – this includes the imposition of face masks, face shields, social distancing, frequent handwashing, to mention a few. However, this does not stop certain individuals/companies to add some creativity into their PPEs. PPE, or personal protective… Continue reading Most Unique Face Masks and Face Shields

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Education Amid Challenges: Teacher Beia Offers Help

Education in the time of pandemic can be challenging. In the country, it may be recalled that classes usually start in June. However, due to the current global health emergency, it has been moved to August, then postponed to October. Parents have been rush-buying laptops – that way, education may continue despite the lack of… Continue reading Education Amid Challenges: Teacher Beia Offers Help

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Gabby Mejia on Oil Spill and Green Energy

Ayala led company AC Energy Corporation was recently under fire after a power barge exploded in one of its newly acquired properties in Iloilo City. The explosion happened last July 03, around 3pm, at Power Barge 102, spilling around 40,000 liters of oil into the sea. This caused a massive oil spill that reached the… Continue reading Gabby Mejia on Oil Spill and Green Energy

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Scarred by COVID: Mental Health in Trying Times

COVID came in as a surprise, crippling everything in its path – the healthcare system, the economy, giants in the business, and has even made its way into the very core of human psychology. The COVID pandemic threatened the masses into the confines of their homes – for days, months, and counting. To date, it… Continue reading Scarred by COVID: Mental Health in Trying Times

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Oil Spill: An Abomination to Nature

‘To err is human’. Oil Spills have frequented the seas for as long as man can remember. The Kuwaiti Oil Fires in 1991 spilled 136,000 tons of crude oil into the sea, the Gulf War Oil Spill in 1991 almost 1,000 tons, and the Deepwater Horizon in 2010 almost 590 tons – these are just… Continue reading Oil Spill: An Abomination to Nature

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Mr. Kusina Tsina Kicks Off Cooking Show

Kusina Tsina, nestled at SM Southpoint and serving authentic Chinese cuisine, has recently launched a cooking show with Mr. Kusina Tsina himself, Eugene Chua. Chua is the CEO and founder of Kusina Tsina and is geared to aid viewers in cooking authentic Chinese food. The first episode, uploaded on the Mr. Kusina Tsina Youtube channel,… Continue reading Mr. Kusina Tsina Kicks Off Cooking Show

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Kusina Tsina: Authentic Chinese Cuisine Since 2008

“Pag di masarap, libre na” begins Eugene Chua, the CEO and Founder of Kusina Tsina. The restaurant recently moved to its new location at SM Southpoint, in the hopes of bringing ‘Cantonese’ cuisine to a wider audience. Kusina Tsina, established 2008, was the brainchild of Eugene Chua. Having been trained by Hong Kong chefs in… Continue reading Kusina Tsina: Authentic Chinese Cuisine Since 2008