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Stars to grace SMB’s first virtual festival on October 31

The Dawn, Razorback ft. Kevin Roy, Mayonnaise, Kylie Versoza, Alyssa Muhlach, PBA star June Mar Fajardo and other performers are set to join in SMB’s first virtual festival on October 31. The country’s largest producer of beer, San Miguel Brewery Inc. (SMB), comes up with an exciting and fun way to reach out despite the social limitations. Last October 17, and again this coming October 31, SMB brought the Oktoberfest party to homes through its first San Miguel Oktoberfest Beer and Music Virtual Festival. The two-day festival, co-presented by Stream and in cooperation with Set & Stage and Network Rentals, offers plenty to the varying and evolvingentertainment preferences of its target market through its multi-stage setup. Audiences can choose to rock out loud at the Band Stage, move to the beat at the Dance Stage, or hangout with the stars at the Backstage via Zoom. To join, simply visit the Facebook pages of San Miguel Oktoberfest and your beloved SMB brands to catch the live event and take part in this once in a lifetime beer and music virtual festival. To complete the festival experience, SMB offers official merchandise for the San Miguel Oktoberfest Beer and Music Virtual Festival......»»

Category: newsSource: mb.com.ph mb.com.phOct 22nd, 2020

Malagos chocolate showcases PH cacao excellence

The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) said the recent victory of Malagos Chocolate at the World Drinking Chocolate Competition 2020 in Hannover, Germany showcases the excellence of Philippine cacao. The results were announced last 25 October during the virtual Schokoladen Gourmet Festival. Malagos Chocolate claimed four gold awards, especially the top prize in the […] The post Malagos chocolate showcases PH cacao excellence appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 10th, 2020

Ricci Rivero to star in teen flick

From his nifty moves on the hard court, Ricci Rivero side steps back to the silver screen as he is set to star in a teen flick slated this summer.    The University of the Philippines star after a good run in his first season with the Fighting Maroons is currently on the grind for the movie ‘Happy Times’ with teen stars Heaven Peralejo and Sharlene San Pedro. Rivero, a Virtual Playground talent, has been very vocal about his interest to explore the world of showbiz which his legion of fans have been patiently waiting. Despite his venture into showbiz, numerous endorsement gigs and other commitments, Rivero still manages to take care of his studies and train with the Fighting Maroons as they prepare for UAAP Season 83. His return into acting is just Rivero’s way of giving back to his supporters who stuck by him throughout his fruitful basketball and budding showbiz career.    “When you do something to make others happy and entertained it gives you that sense of fulfillment, kasi sa simpleng paraan nasusuklian ko yung pagmamahal na walang-sawa nilang binibigay sa akin. Be it on and off the court, hindi nila ako iniiwan,” said Rivero. It has been two years since his acting debut in the 2018 Metro Manila Film Festival for the movie ‘Otlum’. After his first movie, Rivero had to set aside several offers from different film companies and TV networks to do teleseryes and more movies, to concentrate on his commitment with the Fighting Maroons......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 7th, 2020

2019: To sweep or not to sweep in collegiate basketball

The 2019 collegiate basketball season will always be remembered as the time when all of NCAA defending champion San Beda, UAAP Men’s defending champion Ateneo, and UAAP Women’s defending champion National U were trying for season sweeps. Two of them did it, one of them didn’t. All in all, though, that storyline that had something to do with history defined NCAA 95 and UAAP 82. A tale of two leagues – when it comes to foreign student-athletes NCAA 95 was the last season wherein the Grand Old League’s 10 member-schools were still able to trot out foreign student-athletes. This, after more than a decade of the likes of Sam Ekwe, Sudan Daniel, Allwell Oraeme, Prince Eze, and Mike Nzeusseu setting the bar higher for big men. Over in UAAP 82, Beninese ball of energy Soulemane Chabi Yo and Ivorian tower Ange Kouame jostled throughout the tournament for the recognition as top individual player. In the end, Chabi Yo followed in the footsteps of Cameroon’s Ben Mbala and Nigeria’s Bright Akhuetie as Season MVPs. The NCAA will go local from here on out while the UAAP will still parade promising prospects from overseas – what’s certain is that both leagues will go all-out to ascertain that the action will never stop. Rising stars become shining stars Robert Bolick left San Beda with a big, big hole at point guard – only for Evan Nelle to waste no time proving the Red Lions remain in good hands. UST’s fast and furious attack needed a fast and furious playmaker – and the Growling Tigers got just that in the form of Mark Nonoy. In his first year as FEU’s lead guard, L-Jay Gonzales showed time and time again why he was always seen as the next one in the Tamaraws’ long, long line of great guards. The story of the season in terms of guards, however, has got to be Fran Yu who came out of nowhere to energize Letran to a pleasant surprise of a championship. UP might 2019 was the first time in a long, long while – or maybe even ever – that UP was considered a shoo-in for the Final Four. The Fighting Maroons had just ended a 32-year Finals absence and a 21-year playoff drought last year and came into this season still with Bright Akhuetie, Jun Manzo, and Gomez de Liano brothers Javi and Juan, but also now with Kobe Paras and Ricci Rivero. In all, State U lived up to the hype and made it back-to-back Final Four appearances, but at the same time, fell short of fulfilling the promise of its fully loaded line-up. Still, continued contention is nothing but a welcome development for Diliman which had been experiencing dark, dark days for far too long. Gilas Pilipinas calling With Tab Baldwin overseeing the program, Gilas Pilipinas will try once more to take a long-term, big-picture view – especially with the 2023 FIBA World Cup looming large. With that, the American-Kiwi mentor tapped on five collegiate standouts to form the foundation of the national team – Ateneo’s Isaac Go and Nieto twins Mike and Matt, UE’s Rey Suerte, and San Sebastian’s Allyn Bulanadi. And with that, the Philippines is yet again leaning on the best of the best of collegiate basketball to wear the flag and do the country proud. It’s a new day, it’s a new generation The NCAA hit home runs in each and every one of its coaching changes. Bonnie Tan raised banner no. 18 for Letran in his first year. Randy Alcantara has Mapua prepped and primed to take flight. Louie Gonzalez has given JRU an attitude. Oliver Bunyi and Cholo Martin have EAC and Arellano, respectively, headed in the right direction. The same cannot be said for the UAAP as both of its new head coaches found themselves on the outside looking into the playoff picture. Jermaine Byrd had La Salle fighting, but ultimately failed to find a finishing kick. UE also kept coming with the leadership of Lawrence Chongson, but eventually ended eliminated. Teeth out, claws out, all-out UST has a proud program in basketball, but only had nine wins to show in 42 games from 2016 to 2018 That all came to an end in 2019 as Aldin Ayo had the Growling Tigers, well, growling from the get-go. Bombing away at their opponents and forcing them to keep up, Espana made its mark as a legitimate contender that made it all the way to the Finals. There, they were sent away by Ateneo’s championship-winning machine, but the future remains bright for the black and gold with all of Season MVP Chabi Yo, Rookie of the Year Nonoy, captain CJ Cansino, Brent Paraiso, and Sherwin Concepcion, among others, coming back for more. Fitting farewell for Ateneo’s championship core Thirdy Ravena. Isaac Go. Mike Nieto. Matt Nieto. Adrian Wong. Those five left Ateneo on top of the world – having claimed a three-peat as well as completed a historic season sweep. And without a doubt, those five were also the catalysts in this new golden age for the Blue Eagles – a golden age which has seen them set and then raise the standard for team glory time and time again. Katipunan will have a tough time moving forward from those five, but at the same time, having the likes of Ange Kouame, Will Navarro, Gian Mamuyac, and SJ Belangel just waiting in the wings makes it easier. Who run the world? National U has not lost a game in 2,270 days. National U has not lost a game in 74 months. National U has not lost a game in six years. The last time head coach Pat Aquino had to lift up the spirits of his Lady Bulldogs was back in October 5, 2013 when they bowed to La Salle in the winner-take-all Finals Game 3. Since then, the blue and gold has been the gold standard of women’s basketball all while giving its opponents the blues. That didn’t change this year as behind Jack Animam and Rhena Itesi as well as welcome additions Kelli Hayes and Camille Clarin, National U continued to have all the answers – even for back-to-back Season MVP Grace Irebu and UST. Shock the system Letran was, in no way, given a chance to deny archrival San Beda’s bid for a perfect season – or much more, win the championship altogether. But the Knights didn’t listen and took that chance themselves, catching just everybody by surprise by taking Game 1 and dealing the Red Lions their first defeat in the season. San Beda bounced back in Game 2, but in the decider, Jerrick Balanza, Bonbon Batiller, Larry Muyang, and Yu just willed Letran to the title. Now, the Knights are kings for the 18th time – and indeed, they had no import, but had no problem. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 23rd, 2019

Eduard Folayang, Danny Kingad lead Filipino charge at ONE: Dawn of Heroes

The big stars are out to shine as ONE Championship heads to the Mall of Asia Arena for the third time this year with their biggest offering yet.  ONE: Dawn of Heroes, which takes place on Friday, August 2nd, will feature the biggest and most-stacked martial arts event to ever grace Philippine soil.  Of course, the Philippines will be well-represented on fight night, as five of the country's best mixed martial artists from the famed Team Lakay gym in La Trinidad, Benguet will take center-ring, led by none other than two-time ONE Lightweight World Champion Eduard "Landslide" Folayang.  The 35-year old Pinoy MMA hero will be stepping up to his biggest challenge yet, as he faces former UFC and Bellator Lightweight World Champion Eddie "The Underground King" Alvarez in what is now a semi-final match in the ONE Lightweight World Grand Prix.  The winner of the match will head into the finals to face Turkish knockout artist Saygid "Dagi" Guyseyn Arslanaliev at ONE: Century in Tokyo, Japan this October for the right to be crowned ONE Lightweight World Grand Prix Champion and earn a shot at the ONE Lightweight World Championship.  The Folayang-Alvarez matchup is, by all accounts, a dream matchup pitting one of Asia's best against one of North America's best. Both men have a fan-friendly style that will surely result in fireworks inside the ring.  Also competing in an important matchup will be Team Lakay young star Danny "The King" Kingad, who takes on Australia's Reece "Lightning" McLaren in a ONE Flyweight World Grand Prix semi-final bout.  Kingad is one of the Philippines' most promising young talents and is on track for what could be a second shot at the ONE Flyweight World Championship. Standing in his way however, is a dangerous veteran in McLaren, who is also looking to return to the world title picture.  Rounding out the Filipino contingent on this massive ONE: Dawn of Heroes card is former ONE Flyweight World Champion Geje "Gravity" Eustaquio who meets Japanese up-and-comer Yuya "The Little Piranha" Wakamatsu, former ONE Featherweight World Champion Honorio "The Rock" Banario who takes on South Korea's Dae Sung Park, and featherweight contender Edward "The Ferocious" Kelly who faces China's "The Stalker" Xie Bin.  Also on the card will be former long-time UFC Flyweight World Champion and pound-for-pound great Demetrious "Mighty Mouse" Johnson, who faces Japan's Tatsumitsu "The Sweeper" Wada in the other ONE Flyweight World Grand Prix semi-final bout.  The winners of the Kingad-McLaren and Johnson-Wada bouts will meet in the flyweight tournament finale which is also set to take place at ONE: Century in Tokyo this October.  Headlining the stacked card will be reigning and defending ONE Featherweight World Champions and self-proclaimed 'adopted Filipino' Martin "The Situ-Asian" Nguyen taking on Japanese challenger Koyomi "Moushigo" Matsushima in the main event, and English Muay Thai star Jonathan "The General" Haggerty putting his ONE Flyweight Muay Thai World Championship on the line against Thai icon Rodtang "The Ironman" Jitmuangnon.      Don't miss out on the exciting martial arts action! Catch ONE: Dawn of Heroes this Friday, August 2nd LIVE on ABS-CBN S+A channel 23 starting at 8:30 PM. Livestreaming will also be available on the ABS-CBN Sports Facebook Page starting at 5:00 PM as well as on the iWant app! .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 2nd, 2019

Aga detests network war

In the recent virtual press launch for WeTV, Aga Muhlach expressed his disapproval of network war and the concept of stars’ exclusivity......»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  thestandardRelated News9 hr. 15 min. ago

Rolling out the digital red carpet for MMFF 2020

The Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) together with exclusive partner Globe, announced the much-awaited lineup of films for the 2020 MMFF  in a virtual event held via zoom, together with Dondon Monteverde of Sphere Entertainment, Inc. (UPSTREAM)......»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  thestandardRelated NewsNov 29th, 2020

‘Magaling talagang comedian si Vhong’ — Direk Topel Lee

TUWANG-TUWA ang buong team ng Cineko Productions dahil nakapasok ang pelikula nilang “Mang Kepweng: Ang Lihim ng Bandanang Itim” sa 2020 Metro Manila Film Festival na mapapanood simula sa Dis. 25. Sa ginanap na virtual mediacon ng Metropolitan Manila Development Authority para sa anunsyo ng 10 pelikulang pasok sa 2020 MMFF ay nakasama nga ang […] The post ‘Magaling talagang comedian si Vhong’ — Direk Topel Lee appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 26th, 2020

Jake, Regine itinayo bandera ng Pinas vs int’l singer

Emotional, at maluha-luha ang Filipino-American music director to the stars na si Troy Laureta sa virtual presscon ng kanyang album, ang “KAIBIGAN: A Troy Laureta OPM Collective.” The post Jake, Regine itinayo bandera ng Pinas vs int’l singer first appeared on Abante......»»

Category: newsSource:  abanteRelated NewsNov 26th, 2020

1st World Fintech Festival: Philippines as Asia s next big tech hub

The Philippines is set to showcase its best financial technology (fintech) practices to an international audience and cement its global digital footprint in the five-day virtual World Fintech Festival (WFF) on December 7-11......»»

Category: techSource:  thestandardRelated NewsNov 23rd, 2020

‘Descendants of the Sun Philippines’ is coming to Netflix Philippines this Friday

The excitement is real for netizens and Kapuso viewers alike as GMA Network’s internationally-acclaimed drama, “Descendants of the Sun Philippines,” streams on Netflix Philippines beginning this Friday, November 13. As the first GMA program to be streamed on Netflix Philippines, its esteemed director Dominic Zapata proudly shared that he is thrilled and honored to be part of this pioneering series. “The first time I found out I felt thrilled,” he said. “It’s great to have our show on Netflix.” He also added that the series was a collaborative effort from the entire team, “Honestly, I’ve never put much weight on being called a director. With my collaborative style of work, I feel I merely represent a whole team of very talented individuals. We also need to credit a good part of this recognition as well to all the people who inspire us in our work, our loved ones and our families, and of course the viewing audience that has allowed television to grow to what it is today.” Headlined by two of the Network’s biggest stars – Kapuso Primetime King Dingdong Dantes as Big Boss and Ultimate Star Jennylyn Mercado as Beauty – the series is well-loved by both local and international fans. Last August, it became the first-ever Philippine TV program to receive the Most Popular Foreign Drama of the Year award from the 15th Seoul International Drama Awards. Its lead actor, Dingdong Dantes, was also bestowed the prestigious Asian Star Prize in the same annual global festival. “Descendants of the Sun Philippines” revolves around the love story between Captain Lucas Manalo and Dr. Maxine Dela Cruz. As a soldier and a doctor, they both have demanding and dangerous jobs. Time never seems to be on their side, but when two people are meant for each other, love always has a way of bringing them together. Also part of the series are Rocco Nacino and Jasmine Curtis-Smith who portray Technical Sergeant Diego Ramos and Captain Moira Defensor, respectively. Meanwhile, the hard-working doctors and nurses are played by Renz Fernandez, Chariz Solomon, Andre Paras, Nicole Donesa, Reese Tuazon, Jenzel Angeles, and Bobby Andrews. On the other hand, the brave military team is composed of Paul Salas, Jon Lucas, Lucho Ayala, and Prince Clemente. Completing the cast are Neil Ryan Sese, Pancho Magno, Antonio Aquitania, Ricardo Cepeda, Ian Ignacio, Rich Asuncion, Carlo Gonzalez, Hailey Mendes, Marina Benipayo, and Roi Vinzon. Get ready to watch the heart-warming love story of Big Boss and Beauty in “Descendants of the Sun Philippines”. On November 13, 30 episodes of the series will premiere on Netflix Philippines, and five new episodes will launch on the service each Friday after until New Year’s Day in 2021......»»

Category: newsSource:  mb.com.phRelated NewsNov 12th, 2020

K-pop kings BTS win four MTV Europe Music Awards at virtual ceremony

BTS accept the win for Best Group at the MTV EMA’s 2020, in Los Angeles, California, U.S. in this screengrab image released on November 8, 2020. Courtesy of MTV/via REUTERS. K-pop stars BTS picked up four prizes at the MTV Europe Music Awards on Sunday, including best song for “Dynamite” and best group, capping a […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  balitaRelated NewsNov 10th, 2020

Sinulog 2021 Grand Showdown to go virtual

CEBU CITY, Philippines — The Sinulog Festival in 2021 may have fewer crowds due to quarantine restrictions, but it is expected to draw a wider digital audience as the activities will be broadcasted on air and online. Instead of showdowns, the Sinulog Foundation Incorporated (SFI) and the Cebu City government, have decided to conduct all […] The post Sinulog 2021 Grand Showdown to go virtual appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 6th, 2020

Top insurance company AIA Philam Life offers new 20-minute online process

The Philippine American Life and General Insurance Company better known as the country’s premiere life insurance company AIA Philam Life, has further advanced its digitalization amid the pandemic via its 20-minute insurance process — The Coffee Closing Project. In a virtual press conference last October 29, Kelvin Ang, AIA Philam Life Chief Executive Officer shared […] The post Top insurance company AIA Philam Life offers new 20-minute online process appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 4th, 2020

SWU PHINMA honors topnotchers, newly licensed doctors in first virtual recognition ceremony

Southwestern University (SWU)-PHINMA held its first virtual recognition ceremony on October 21, 2020 to honor its 3 topnotchers and 26 newly licensed doctors who passed the 2020 Physician Licensure Examination. Guided by SWU PHINMA’s tagline of “Becoming the best that you can be,” it is not a surprise that the university was able to produce […] The post SWU PHINMA honors topnotchers, newly licensed doctors in first virtual recognition ceremony appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 1st, 2020

Halloween fans go online to keep tradition alive

Dressing up as a character different from yourself attracts the Halloween fans to keep the party going online.It takes a group of performers five hours to put on that Halloween look for the online stage.Malls have also taken the Halloween celebration online. Filipinos who celebrate Halloween are not going to let the COVID-19 pandemic take away the fun of something different, one of them dressing up costume parties. (UNSPLASH / MANILA BULLETIN) From the horror theme to the various characters in video games and movies, dressing up as someone so different from yourself has definitely charmed people of all ages and professions. But with the health and safety protocols prohibiting large gatherings, Halloween fans are taking the parties to another address — online! And the creativity to spark the party mood is amazing! John Paolo Mandac, a Human Resource professional who refuses to let go of years of dressing up for Halloween, has made a Maleficent costume out of recyclable materials. He said that “growing up gay and closeted” required him to dress up as he was told. But on Halloween, he has a chance to dress up the way he likes without displeasing anyone. John Paolo Mandac (Photo courtesy of John Paolo Mandac / MANILA BULLETN) “In the gay world, we call [Halloween] ‘Gay Christmas’,” Mandac said. He said there’s no skipping Halloween this year despite the COVID-19 pandemic, because it’s a holiday that “speaks volumes” to him. What Mandac likes the most about Halloween is being able to dress up. He said he has always liked Halloween since he was a kid but started really preparing to dress up for it in 2015. “Most of my childhood, I remember going to SM Megamall with my mom and sister to Trick-or- Treat. That went on for several years,” he said. “My mom would ask us to think of a character we would like to be that evening. And we had to be creative in making our costumes. It became a yearly bonding experience for us three,” he said. From trick-or-treating in malls, Mandac turned to Halloween parties. This year, he joined several virtual Halloween parties, including one prepared by his office colleagues. Mandac said that although the parties are “less grand” and all virtual, those were still Halloween parties. “No brushing elbows with strangers definitely. No physical interaction, no getting drunk, no appreciating a stranger’s costume. Everything is virtual,” he said, adding that he’ll likely throw in a horror movie marathon on Netflix after the online parties. The show must go on A group of gay performers whose busiest time in a nightclub is Halloween, has prepared their “look” for the new online stage. Since clubs have yet to open, Drag Queens Shewarma, Minty Fresh, Odasha — collectively known as Shemod — have taken their Halloween Drag show online. “Pag Halloween nag re-ready talaga kami or may mga naka resereve na kaming looks (We really prepare for Halloween, our ‘look’ has already been planned),” Odasha told Manila Bulletin. “Halloween is one of the most awaited events of the year in the nightclub,” Odasha said in Pilipino. This year, the challenge of performing for a show online requires more effort to create a look, Minty Fresh said. “Umaabot ng five hours yung preparation, kasi naayos kami, then mag seset up pa ng lighting (It takes us about five hours just to prepare, because we need to put on make-up, and then set up the stage and the lighting),” Minty Fresh said. Friendly Halloween party Meanwhile a group of high school friends have prepared to hold their yearly party online. Lace Azores, 25, a medical intern, said that for the first time in the seven years that they have been holding Halloween parties, this time he has prepared a program. “Every year we would have a Halloween party where we dress up, wear costumes, celebrate, and we also have an award ceremony,” Azores said. (Photo courtesy of Lace Azores / MANILA BULLETIN) But since quarantine restrictions prevent a party, they prepared to meet for an online party. “Usually kasi nag uusap usap lang kami pag mag kakasama kami physically. This time, may program akong prinepare, with games and awards, ‘Best in Costume’ ganyan (Usually, we would just talk to each other and share stories with each other during our physical parties. This time, I prepared a program, with games and awards like Best in Costume,” she said. Although they will not be physically together, Azores said that she and her friends will still have fun. The only thing she will miss though will be the dancing. And how will she dress up this year, we asked. Her reply: “As the coronavirus. Kasi ‘yan ang pinaka nakakatakot na nangyari this year (Because it’s the scariest thing that happened this year).” Annual Halloween fest goes online Meanwhile up north, the biggest Halloween bash in Ilocos Norte has also gone virtual. “Semana Ti Ar-Aria” is a week-long festival in Ilocos Norte which highlights the distinct traditions and superstitions of Ilocanos in remembering their departed loved ones. The festival which started in 2010 was started by former governor and now Senator Imee Marcos. The activities will mostly be online. Among them are the +Halloween TikTok Transformation challenge and a blog-making contest called “Kaba-vloghan,” Provincial Government of Ilocos Norte Information Officer II Rhona Ysabel Daoang said Other events are the “Lilia Cuntapay Short Horror Film Festival,” a film festival in honor of the Ilocana actress dubbed the “Queen of Philippine Horror Movies.” Absent this year will be the Zombie Night Run and the ghost parade. Mall activities go online Shopping malls have also brought the Halloween tradition online. Ayala Malls will host a virtual mall show Oct. 31 featuring characters such as Pinkfong and Baby Shark. The mall also made an online challenge where participants have to dress up in a Halloween costume and record themselves doing the Baby Shark Hand Wash Challenge. (Ayala Malls / MANILA BULLETIN) The challenge winner will get a Prepaid WiFi modem. The challenge promo will run until Oct. 31 and the winner will be announced on the mall’s Facebook page on Nov. 6. Events coordinator Katrina Loreto said most malls went for online promotions instead of staging an event. “Before there were many events, every mall had a Halloween event. Now, it’s mostly online promotions,” Loreto told Manila Bulletin......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 31st, 2020

OKTOBERFEST PARTY TO YOUR HOMES

THE country’s largest producer of beer, San Miguel Brewery Inc. (SMB), comes up with an exciting and fun way to reach out despite the social limitations. Right now (Oct. 31), it brings the ‘Oktoberfest’ party to your homes through its first-ever San Miguel Oktoberfest Beer and Music Virtual Festival. With digital events becoming the new […] The post OKTOBERFEST PARTY TO YOUR HOMES appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsOct 31st, 2020

Davao chocolate wins big in 1st virtual competition

The famous Malagos Chocolates of Davao continues to prove its dominance after it bagged top awards in the first-ever online international chocolate festival......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsOct 30th, 2020

F4 reunion is 'real after seven years

Taiwanese boy group F4 and lead actors of the sensational 2001 TV drama series “Meteor Garden” is finally reuniting after seven years in a festival happening today, October 30. When the broadcasting group Chinese channel Jiangsu TV announced that the male group would be a guest for the 1,001 Night Festival, posts of the reunion […] The post F4 reunion is #real after seven years appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 30th, 2020

2 PH films to be showcased in Tokyo International Film Festival 2020

MANILA, October 28 (PIA) -- The 33rd Tokyo International Film Festival (TIFF) provides spotlight to two motion pictures by Filipino directors, "Fan Girl" and "Genus Pan" ("Lahi, Hayop"), to be feat.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 29th, 2020

Dungog 2020 activities go virtual

ROXAS CITY, Capiz, Oct. 29 (PIA) - The Provincial Tourism and Cultural Affairs Office (PTCAO), in partnership with the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), will launch, October 29,.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 29th, 2020