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WATCH: Michael V. shares how he comes up with new jokes

The actor, rapper, novelty hit maker and family man shared what keeps him inspired through the years......»»

Category: newsSource: philstar philstarJun 14th, 2018

WATCH: Michael V. shares his sketching skills at ComicCon Asia 2018

MANILA, Philippines — Did you know that before he became a comedian, TV producer, and novelty song hit maker, Michael V......»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  philstarRelated NewsMar 27th, 2018

Apple iPhones get bigger and pricier, Watch turns to health

CUPERTINO — Apple Inc. introduced its largest-ever iPhone and a watch that detects heart problems on Wednesday in an attempt to get customers to upgrade to more expensive devices in the face of stagnant global demand for smartphones. The relatively small changes to its lineup, following last year’s overhauled iPhone X, were widely expected by investors and the company’s shares […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  interaksyonRelated NewsSep 13th, 2018

WATCH: Jackie Forster shares video of sweet moment between Kobe and Andre Paras as kids

The video shows an adorable Kobe--perhaps in his toddler years--staring into a camera. The view switches to mom and son making faces at the camera. Andre appears into the frame and both Jackie and.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsSep 5th, 2018

LOOK: UAAP Season 81 men’s basketball rosters

The UAAP season 81 basketball tournament tips off this weekend, and all eight squads of the premier collegiate athletic association in the country has unveiled their list of players. Check out the complete list below:  ADAMSON for #UAAPSeason81 Sean Manganti Jerrick Ahanmisi Jerom Lastimosa Wilfred Magbuhos Simon Camacho Jonathan Espeleta Koko Pingoy Egie Boy Mojica Kristian Bernardo Papi Sarr Keith Zaldivar Michael Macion Vince Magbuhos Wilfrey Magbuhos CJ Catapusan — Normie Riego (@riegogogo) September 4, 2018 ATENEO for #UAAPSeason81 Thirdy Ravena BJ Andrade Adrian Wong Anton Asistio Gian Mamuyac Mike Nieto Aaron Black Jolo Mendoza Isaac Go Matt Nieto William Navarro Tyler Tio Matthew Daves Raffy Verano SJ Belangel Angelo Kouame — Normie Riego (@riegogogo) September 4, 2018 FEU for #UAAPSeason81 Richard Escoto Prince Orizu Ino Comboy Axel Inigo Kimlee Bayquin Kenneth Tuffin Joseph Nunag Brandrey Bienes RJ Ramirez JR Parker Alec Stockton Arvin Tolentino Hubert Cani L-Jay Gonzales Clifford Jopia — Normie Riego (@riegogogo) September 4, 2018 LA SALLE for #UAAPSeason81 Taane Samuel Miggy Corteza Joaqui Manuel Mark Dyke Encho Serrano Aljun Melecio Kib Montalbo Jollo Go Justine Baltazar Gabe Capacio Leonard Santillan Andrei Caracut Brandon Bates — Normie Riego (@riegogogo) September 4, 2018 NU for #UAAPSeason81 Shaun Ildefonso Dave Ildefonso Rev Diputado Enzo Joson John Lloyd Clemente Issa Gaye Matthew Aquino John Galinato Medd Salim Dave Yu JV Gallego Joshua Sinclair Jonas Tibayan Mike Malonzo Troy Rike — Normie Riego (@riegogogo) September 4, 2018 UE for #UAAPSeason81 Chris Conner Mark Maloles Leo Guion Jason Varilla Shannon Gagate Jason Strait Rey Mark Acuno Wilson Bartolome Alvin Pasaol JC Cullar Jan Sobrevega Ric Gallardo Jojo Antiporda Allan Beltran Brian Lacap — Normie Riego (@riegogogo) September 4, 2018 UP for #UAAPSeason81 Bright Akhuetie Juan GDL Javi GDL JJ Espanola David Murrell Jaydee Tungcab Jarrell Lim Jun Manzo Gelo Vito Janjan Jaboneta Paul Desiderio Will Gozum Jerson Prado Pio Longa Diego Dario James Spencer — Normie Riego (@riegogogo) September 4, 2018 UST for #UAAPSeason81 Renzo Subido Embons Bonleon Steve Akomo Eric Caunan Zachy Huang Germy Mahinay CJ Cansino Ken Zamora Marvin Lee Makoy Marcos Nat Consejo Ira Bataller JM Lagumen Arnold Ando — Normie Riego (@riegogogo) September 4, 2018 Catch the UAAP season 81 as it tips off this Saturday, September 8, 2018 at 1:00 P.M. at the Mall of Asia Arena. You can watch the opening ceremony as well as the rest of the games on ABS-CBN S+A channel 23, S+A HD channel 166, Liga, and Liga HD as well as via streaming on sports.abs-cbn.com/livestream/uaap and our YouTube channel.  For more stories and updates for the upcoming basketball season, visit our dedicated UAAP section here. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 4th, 2018

Duterte shares his struggles with smartphones, Viber

You can't teach an old dog new tricks. This was President Rodrigo Duterte's ardent belief as he admitted to his struggles in using a touchscreen phone and the messaging app Viber. The 73-year-old Chief Executive is known to have an iPhone and even an Apple watch, but said he much prefers ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsAug 21st, 2018

WATCH: Jennifer Lopez performs, honored with Vanguard award at MTV VMA 2018

MANILA, Philippines – Jennifer Lopez performed a string of hits from "Love Don't Cost A Thing" to "Dinero" at the MTV Video Music Awards on Monday, August 20 (Tuesday, August 21, Manila), as she was honored with the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award. Lopez is the first artist of Latina ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsAug 21st, 2018

LA-bound LeBron leaves lasting gift, Akron always home

By Tom Withers, Associated Press AKRON, Ohio (AP) — LeBron James stood on a stage near one of the streets he walked as a troubled kid and looked out at thousands of faces. He felt connected to every one of them. While his three-year-old daughter, Zhuri, played at his feet, James watched as his mother, Gloria, raised a flag in front of a school that is perhaps his greatest triumph. His incredible life. Full circle. Before leaving for Los Angeles, James gave his hometown quite a gift. James, who ended his second stint with Cleveland earlier this month by signing with the Los Angeles Lakers, on Monday opened his I Promise School, a year-around learning center devoted to some of the city’s most challenged youngsters — ones just like him. For James, who recalled missing 82 days of school as a fourth grader while he and his mom “looked for stability,” the opening culminated years of planning by his family foundation. “This means everything,” James told The Associated Press in an interview before the public event. “I think this is the greatest accomplishment for me because it’s not just me. A championship is for a team, that’s for an organization and a city. But these kids, this is for generation after generation after generation and it’s for these kids, so it means everything.” It was an emotional day for James, who also made his first comments since signing the $154 million deal with the Lakers — a move still causing tremors across in the NBA. James recalled beating the odds of his youth when life was a daily struggle for him and his mom. Nothing was easy as the pair constantly moved and it was only with the help of others than James found structure. Now, he’s giving kids with the same problems a path. “There is no way I could have imagined this,” he said. “I remember our foundation having a bike-a-thon, and I never thought a five-mile bike ride would turn into a school. This is something I’m at a loss of words for.” As far as basketball, the 33-year-old superstar said the decision to leave Cleveland again was difficult, but he didn’t rule out a second homecoming with the Cavaliers. “Listen, I don’t close the chapter on anything or close the book on anything,” James said when asked if he would return to Cleveland to end his career. “But hopefully I can sit there one day and watch my jersey go up into the rafters, that’s for sure.” When James announced on July 1 that he was leaving the Cavs, Cleveland owner Dan Gilbert, who famously ripped him when he left the first time, said the franchise would retire “the famous #23 Cavs jersey one day down the line.” James was unaware of Gilbert’s pledge. “I didn’t hear that,” he said. “I haven’t been in the news. That’s awesome.” James led the Cavs to an NBA title in 2016, ending Cleveland’s 52-year championship drought, and to four straight Finals — a run he admitted he didn’t think was even possible when he returned in 2011 after four seasons in Miami. James didn’t offer many details about what prompted him to sign with the Lakers, but the lure of playing for one of the most successful franchises in all of sports was more than intriguing. “There’s no reason you should become a Laker, became a Yankee, become part of Man U [Manchester United], become part of some franchise or clubs and you don’t think about winning championships or winning at the highest level,” James said. “That’s what the history is all about.” James has his work cut out for him in Los Angeles. He’ll join a young team that added some interesting pieces — Lance Stephenson, Rajon Rondo, Michael Beasley and JaVale McGee — during the offseason but a squad that has a long way to go before it can challenge the two-time defending champion Golden State Warriors. “What my expectations are for the team, we don’t have any right now,” James said. “But we’re definitely going to be better than we were the previous year. I think there’s going to be months where we’re really good, there’s going to be months where we’re not so good and that’s just going to come from familiarity.” Unlike his previous forays into free agency, James didn’t waste any time making a decision. Once his eighth straight appearance in the Finals ended with a sweep against Golden State, James met with his family and agent before agreeing with the Lakers on the first day. “I did my due diligence after the season on the pros and cons of a lot of different teams, including the Cavs, including Philadelphia, including Houston and Los Angeles,” James said. “It wasn’t as quick as it may seem. It just wasn’t as July 9 as it was before. After talking to my family more than anybody, I felt this was the next step in my journey.” This trip will take him thousands of miles from home. But as James reminded students, family and friends in the closing moments of his remarks, he’ll never be far away. “No matter if I’m playing in Los Angles or not, Akron Ohio is always home for me,” he told the crowd......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 31st, 2018

What to watch in commodities: Iran, big oil, miners, gold, crops

It’s getting ugly out there. Commodities are getting shaken up as investors fret about the fall-out from the global trade war, and as the White House turns up the heat against Iran. President Donald Trump just fired off a blunt, tweeted threat to counterpart Hassan Rouhani, and US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo upped the […].....»»

Category: financeSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsJul 23rd, 2018

WATCH: James Reid shares photography hacks

Apart from being an award-winning recording star, Kapamilya actor James Reid is also a budding photographer......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJul 16th, 2018

Forsberg delivers, Sweden reaches World Cup quarterfinals

By STEVE DOUGLAS,  AP Sports Writer ST. PETERSBURG, Russia (AP) — The heir to Zlatan Ibrahimovic finally delivered for Sweden at the World Cup. Emil Forsberg scored a deflected goal in the 66th minute to give the Swedes a 1-0 victory over Switzerland on Tuesday and a place in the World Cup quarterfinals for the first time in 24 years. Shy and understated, the 26-year-old Forsberg couldn't be more different than the larger-than-life Ibrahimovic, who ruled the Sweden team for more than a decade and was the greatest player the country ever produced. But Forsberg arrived in Russia shouldering the creative burden left by Ibrahimovic following his retirement two years ago, and the attacking midfielder's skills and slick movement stood out at St. Petersburg Stadium. His goal was scruffy, though. After getting past Granit Xhaka, Forsberg didn't get much power behind his shot from the edge of the area and it was likely heading straight for Switzerland goalkeeper Yann Sommer. However, it took a deflection off the foot of center back Manuel Akanji and bounced up and into the net. It was enough to make Sweden the fifth European team to reach the quarterfinals. The Swedes will next play either England or Colombia on Saturday in Samara. The last time Sweden made it this far at the World Cup was in 1994, when the team reached the semifinals. This was another opportunity spurned by the Swiss, who have reached the last 16 in four of the last five World Cups only to be eliminated without scoring a goal. They haven't scored in a knockout game in soccer's biggest tournament in 64 years, when they last reached in the quarterfinals at home in 1954. They finished the game with 10 men after right back Michael Lang was sent off in stoppage time for a professional foul on Sweden substitute Martin Olsson. The referee initially awarded a penalty kick but later gave a free kick on the edge of the area after a video review. Switzerland was fortunate to still be alive at that point. Ibrahimovic, 36 and now playing out his illustrious career in the United States, would surely have put away some of the first-half chances created by his countrymen against a fragile Switzerland defense which was missing the suspended Fabian Schaer and Stephan Lichtsteiner. Striker Marcus Berg was the biggest culprit, spurning two openings in quick succession, while Albin Ekdal volleyed over with the goal at his mercy. The Swedes were limited but played to the strengths that got them past Italy in the two-leg World Cup playoff and to the top of a group containing defending champion Germany, Mexico and South Korea. Their long balls forward caused panic and they were more bullish in their tackling in midfield. The Swiss certainly weren't playing like a team ranked No. 6 in the world and with only one loss in their previous 25 games. Their build-up play was sloppy, with the best effort falling to Remo Freuler with a late header that was saved by Robin Olsen. SUSPENDED Sweden right back Mikael Lustig will miss the quarterfinals after collecting his second yellow card of the tournament for a tug on Josip Drmic in the first half. The team will have Sebastian Larsson back from a ban, however, and the holding midfielder should go straight back into the starting lineup. BIG BLUNDERS A low-quality match featured some of the worst finishing seen so far at the World Cup, and two efforts stood out. Lustig dragged a long-range attempt in the first half sideways and it went out for a throw-in. Then, in the second half, Xhaka lined up a shot from outside the area and very nearly whiffed. VAR WATCH There was another success for the video assistant referee. Referee Damir Skomina's decision to award the late penalty against Lang looked correct at the time, but a review showed Olsson was just outside the box when he was tripped. It didn't matter, though. Switzerland didn't have a chance to get to the other end after the resulting free kick was saved......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 3rd, 2018

Dude, Dell is going public again

Updated (7:26 p.m.) NEW YORK --- Dell is going public again after a five-year sojourn as a privately held company. In the $21.7 billion agreement announced Monday, the PC and data storage company is offering to exchange tracking stock for a new class of common shares, simplifying the complex ownership structure that is still held mostly by founder Michael Dell. The investment firm Silver Lake and Michael Dell took Dell Technologies Inc. private in 2013 as the company struggled, seeking a freer range of movement that comes with more distance from Wall Street and investors. Dell, like all PC makers, was hit hard as people shifted from laptops, to tablets and other mobile de...Keep on reading: Dude, Dell is going public again.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJul 2nd, 2018

WATCH: Scarlet Snow Belo learns how to dive

Fans of Scarlet Snow Belo know that the three-year-old is a jack-of-all-trades even at a very young age. Now, the social media darling learns another skill to add on her impressive record: diving into the water a la Michael Phelps. Scarlet Snow's official Instagram page on Friday, June 29, shared a video of her practicing her newfound skill. "Peoples, can you score my dive from 1 to 10 like in the Olympics please?" fans were asked. Arms up, feet wide open, the toddler excitedly executed the diving position. Her swimming instructor can be heard jokingly saying, "You are not a baby shark, you're a diving little girl," in the background. When she was given the "go" signal, the ...Keep on reading: WATCH: Scarlet Snow Belo learns how to dive.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJul 1st, 2018

Nothing can stop Baste from charging back to contention

HOW’D THEY DO LAST SEASON? 11-10 overall, fourth-seed after eliminations, lost in stepladder playoffs to San Beda YES, THEY’RE STILL HERE: Allyn Bulanadi, Michael Calisaan, RK Ilagan WELCOME TO THE FAMILY: Alex Desoyo, Neil Villapando GOOD LUCK ON FUTURE ENDEAVORS: Alvin Baetiong, Ryan Costelo, Jayson David, Renzo Navarro WHAT SHOULD WE EXPECT FROM SAN SEBASTIAN? San Sebastian will look different in NCAA Season 94 with almost half of its roster set to make its debut in the Seniors. Out are Alvin Baetiong, Ryan Costelo, Jayson David, Alfren Gayosa, Jerwyn Guinto, Justin Mercado, and Renzo Navarro and in are former Baste High School standouts guard Alex Desoyo, forward Neil Villapando, and big man Jesse Sumoda. At the same time, the Golden Stags will look the same with Michael Calisaan, RK Ilagan, and Allyn Bulanadi still spearheading the charge. The only question is, will those three be enough to keep Baste in the top four of the standings – with the rest of their competition having stepped up. “Sa totoo lang, I just don’t focus sa tatlo. I want everybody to feel the pressure also, na i-accept nila yung challenge and motivation.” – head coach Egay Macaraya We got some sort of answer to that in the 2018 PBA D-League Aspirants Cup where San Sebastian-backed Che’lu made it all the way to the Finals. Moreover, head coach Egay Macaraya, from CaféFrance to Centro Escolar University and from Baste to Che’lu, has proven that he gets the most out of his players. Now, it’s up to the former Staglets and their three-headed monster at the lead to prove that what happened in Recto was not a player exodus, but just new opportunities opening up for those who have stayed. “Number one is we accept it as a challenge. Hindi talaga magiging madali sa amin dahil masyadong maraming nawala, but the boys are motivated because of that.” – head coach Egay Macaraya WHO IS/ARE THE PLAYER/S TO WATCH OUT FOR FROM SAN SEBASTIAN? This is Michael Calisaan’s last go-round in the NCAA and, of course, he wants to go out with a bang. However, this year looks like will be the breakout season for Allyn Bulanadi, the fourth-year forward who emerged as a big-time scorer for San Sebastian in the PBA D-League Aspirants Cup. In the end, more than the players, it would be fun to watch coach Egay work his “Macaraya magic” on a fresh batch of players. “Ang advantage namin right now is nakikita ko na yung rookies, they want to prove themselves. Nakikita ko rin na yung nangyari na nawala, everybody wants to take their place.” – head coach Egay Macaraya WHY SHOULD WE ROOT FOR SAN SEBASTIAN? San Sebastian has proven to be a tough out, whether or not it’s in contention, and even with almost half of its team brand new, that’s not changing. These Golden Stags do not have a star, but when all is clicking, the entire team could shine bright. WHERE WOULD SAN SEBASTIAN BE AT THE END OF NCAA SEASON 94? Despite the major upheaval in its roster, San Sebastian is a contender and the Golden Stags will be fighting for a place in the playoffs. They are not a shoo-in there, but one of the two spots – because San Beda and LPU are locks – is also theirs to lose. WHEN IS SAN SEBASTIAN’S FIRST GAME IN NCAA SEASON 94? San Sebastian battles emerging rival LPU on July 7 at the MOA Arena. You already know the story – Pirates mentor Topex Robinson is an alumnus and was a former head coach of the Golden Stags. As always, all of the #GalingNCAA will be on S+A, S+A HD, LIGA, LIGA HD, and livestream. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 29th, 2018

WATCH: ‘Halloween’ trailer shows Jamie Lee Curtis means business

LOS ANGELES --- Jamie Lee Curtis is returning on a mission in the film that started her career in 1978. The trailer to "Halloween" was released Friday by Universal. It's a sequel and reboot that ignores all other versions in the franchise except the original. It picks up 40 years after the events of the John Carpenter classic. The 59-year-old reprises her role as Laurie Strode and is ready to do battle with Michael Myers. The cast includes Judy Greer as her daughter. Carpenter serves as the movie's composer, creative consultant and executive producer. The film is directed by David Gordon Green, who directed "Pineapple Express" and "Stronger," based on the memoir of a Bost...Keep on reading: WATCH: ‘Halloween’ trailer shows Jamie Lee Curtis means business.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 9th, 2018

BJ Armstrong: Everything new is old, everything LeBron is MJ

Note: While many NBA fans have said if LeBron James’ supporting cast did more, the Cavs would be more competitive. BJ Armstrong, a former member of Jordan’s supporting cast, shares his perspective. Armstrong says everything new is old, everything LeBron is Jordan. His take on James and the Cavaliers: ___ The NBA Finals are giving me a feeling of deja vu. Everyone keeps saying all LeBron James needs is help. Maybe true but, with the greatest respect, he also needs to help himself. In 1989-90 I became one of the group known as the Jordanaires, a/k/a the Bulls. From the day I arrived in Chicago, I knew what everyone else on the team did: Michael Jordan was a phenomenal talent. Yet, as the team deferred to MJ’s talent, we could not get past the hurdle of defeating the “Bad Boys” Pistons in the conference finals. Seeing the Cavs in these Finals, I’m seeing the way we were playing then. It’s textbook isolation basketball. Back in the last century, MJ would get the ball and the rest of us on the team would all stand around while he scored. It was a sight to see, but it wasn’t team basketball. What it was was all of us enabling MJ to showcase his best individual talent. At some point, MJ realized that, as great as he was, he alone could not beat the Pistons. That’s what the Jordan Rules were all about — employing a defensive scheme with the sole purpose of limiting hero basketball. Similarly, LeBron has to commit to the team’s system of play. So far, he’s been incredible, but he’s not been a willing participant in the team. This is where trust comes in. He has to trust the system. It reminds me of when everyone was telling Jordan he didn’t have enough to win. His teammates just weren’t good enough — me being one of them. What was really missing was the trust to win. Once MJ found that trust, we beat the Pistons and went on to win the NBA championship many times over. In doing so, MJ discovered that his teammates WERE good enough, because he was part of the team. Greatness is empowered in a system where you pass the ball, not pound it. Everyone has to be committed to this system. The best player on the team has to realize that he needs the team in order to win — and I don’t mean passing the ball when he gets double-teamed. He, and everyone else, has to buy into the system. MJ passed me the ball not because he was being double-teamed, but because he trusted we were playing together as a group. Michael’s greatness was, in part, knowing how to move the pieces on the board in the triangle offense system of play. Isolation basketball will always be part of the game. But the system has to be predicated on ball movement and, more importantly, player movement. LeBron James has proven he can lead by example. My wish for LeBron is to understand the following: He’s an exceptional leader because he leads by example. The next step on the road to Legend, which he’s already on, is to trust he’s the best player in the best system anywhere in basketball. Then his coach, the system and his teammates — the TEAM — will be good enough to win......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 9th, 2018

WATCH: Solenn Heussaff shares secret to beautiful hair

As an artist, Solenn confessed that she gets bored fast with her hair, so she makes sure to change her hairstyle often......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJun 5th, 2018

WATCH: Pinoy Steph Curry fan goes viral for defending idol to his family

The NBA Finals is serious business for Filipinos. When only two teams remain, our basketball-crazed nation is split in half in rooting for the two squads in contention to take the championship. The demarcation line may even go through a household, dividing members of a family for the duration of the championship round. In the case of the last four Finals, it’s been either the Golden State Warriors, or the Cleveland Cavaliers. The rivalry is so well-known that the allegiance for each team doesn’t even spare anyone, as seen in a viral video that’s making the rounds on social media since Game 1 of the NBA Finals. In the clip posted by a Facebook user named ‘Xabelle Villamor’ last June 1, a kid seen desperately crying while wiping his tears away with the shirt off his back. What first seemed like a terrible sight was actually more lighthearted and somewhat comical as, the kid was actually emotional because his family was hating on Stephen Curry for being so damn good at playing basketball. While bullying is never good, they are family, and they are fighting over a sport so deeply-rooted in our psyche that feeling for your respective teams is actually a good sign. The video is just one of many instances where being a fan hurts, and no one can deny its relatability, as it has already garnered over 1.8 million views, over 36 thousand shares, and 13 thousand reactions on Facebook as of press time. The kid may have the last laugh, though, as Golden State has taken a commanding 2-0 lead over Cleveland after a strong 122-103 victory in Game 2. And it was Curry who shot them to move closer to another title, as the Splash Brother drilled nine three-pointers -- an NBA Finals record -- on his way to a game-high 33 points. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 5th, 2018

Rebalancing the investment portfolio

The virtual stock trading challenge is now in its 13th week, with many of the players still stuck in their initial investment positions. For instance, HRB2015 and St. Michael have remained trade-less after making their first moves. HRB2015, in particular, has yet to touch his original 300 shares of Meralco Electric Company (MER), which he [...] The post Rebalancing the investment portfolio appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimesRelated NewsMay 31st, 2018

Shares fall in Europe, Asia as Italy crisis lingers

Currency traders watch monitors at the foreign exchange dealing room of the KEB Hana Bank headquarters in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, May 29, 2018. Asian stock markets were lower on Tuesday after.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsMay 30th, 2018

WATCH: Givenchy artistic director on working with Meghan Markle for royal wedding dress

In the following videos released by Givenchy Haute Couture, Waight Keller shares her concept for Meghan's dress and how it was working with the newly hailed Duchess of Duchess of Sussex......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsMay 29th, 2018