Heavy rains and traffic failed to halt Linggo
Ng Musikang Pilipino (LMP) for staging a record-breaking 70+ music
showcases in various venues across the country.
Presented by Organisasyon ng Pilipinong Mang-aawit (OPM) and National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), the multi-platform celebration succeeded in its commitment to offering a broad spectrum of Filipino music talents to a diverse audience, transforming public spaces such as malls and train stations into music performance spectacles and curating top-notch performances in bars, concert halls, theatres, and multimedia outlets.
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Every Saturday, I always spend my time in school because I’m currently pursuing a graduate school degree at De La Salle University. At the same time, I also live near Taft area. And as we all know Taft is a hub of food spots that specifically caters to the taste and budget of students.
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Citadines Salcedo Makati, the first Citadines property in the Philippines, is celebrating its 5th Anniversary on May 2019. This month marked the launch of a month-long celebration of five years of fun.
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Strategically located in the bay area and entertainment city of Metro Manila, Citadines Bay City Manila (CBCM) is one of the newest properties of The Ascott Limited in the Philippines, opened last November 2018.
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For Filipinos, Valentine’s day is one of the most important days being celebrated in the country. This day is a celebration of love where people buy flowers and chocolates for their girlfriends, some make unusual surprises, and others simply spend time for a walk in the park.
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Chinese new year is indeed fast approaching. And I know some of you are now asking where to spend the festivity with your family or friends– worry no more because Templo Modern Szechuan Fusion offers an unli dimsum feast this season.
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It’s always a part of a Filipino’s culture to visit and celebrate Chinese New Year in Binondo. As we all know, Binondo is a place to some of our Chinese brothers and sisters who settled for good in the Philippines– that’s why it is referred as the city’s Chinatown.
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My former colleagues were looking for a small venue to celebrate a baby shower. We thought of a place where we can have enough space for the activity. We also considered privacy and the location of the hotel. So needless to say, we decided to book at Y2 Residence Hotel in Makati.
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Korean food has always been one of my favorite cuisines when it comes to unique taste and appearance. It’s appetizing when I see a thin-cut meat in a grill plate or pan, hear the sizzling sound, and smell the aroma from the grilled meat– that will always make me feel hungry.
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“It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas”– walking in company buildings, malls, or in parks, you can already hear holiday jingles or even see colorful decors because Christmas is really fast approaching. And as Filipinos, we are always delighted to give gifts to the people who are close to our hearts.
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