RY Dela Cruz

Pinoy Barista Champion Builds a Coffee School for the Filipinos

Michael Harris Lim, the 2019 Philippine National Barista Champion and the first Filipino to make it to the semi-finals of the World Barista Championship in Boston, USA, opens the Institute for Coffee Excellence, an educational institution committed to developing a variety of educational initiatives that focuses on instilling positive values that will help grow and excel as coffee professionals. After successfully sharing his advocacies in the international stage, Harris continues to

Coke Studio Summer Concert: Catch the Wave Home

Exploring new places, quick family getaway, and a trip back home to see your childhood friends and meet new faces are just some of the things that we look forward to when we come home for the summer. Every year, we always think of ways on how to make our vacay fresh, exciting, and special. And Coke just gave us the ultimate summer experience with the Coke Studio Summer Concert.

Make Your Vacation Worthwhile with Nimo TV

Summertime has just begun, and most students are looking for activities to make their vacation worthwhile.  Nimo TV, one of the country’s leading video game streaming platform, is an excellent past time for students who love gaming and learn new skills at the same time. It offers 8 – 12 MP quality live streaming and can be accessed via mobile or PC make it easier for everyone to start live

LBC holds Disco Inferno for valued Partners

LBC Gives Thanks to Partner via Annual Shippers’ Night LBC Business Solutions held a thanksgiving party recently for all their clients via the 2019 Shippers’ Night. With the theme “Disco Inferno”, the annual gathering was held at 12 Monkeys Pub at El Pueblo in Ortigas. DJ Chacha of MOR 101.9 FM hosted the event with the Spirit of 67 and DJ Marrion providing the live music. Aside from the music

The Phantom of the Opera

On March 20, 2019, we were able to experience Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical master piece that is The Phantom of the Opera Thanks to Skybiz. I have only seen the movie version of the musical in the past, so I was ecstatic to find out that we have been invited to watch! The evening started with us being several Hors d’oeuvres and drinks in one the function rooms of Solaire,

3 days in Vienna, Austria

After spending a few days in Czech Republic, we moved to Vienna and boy was Vienna awe inspiring. Old world opulence mixed with modern sensibilities, that’s how I would describe this city. While Prague was dreamy like a fairy tale, Vienna will show you how the royals lived back in the day. Endless gardens, magnificent palaces and Gothic style cathedrals. All over the city, you see these buildings with gargoyles

3 days in Prague, Czech Republic

We started our great eastern European adventure in Prague, flying through Istanbul, it was a 16-hour trip. Arriving mid-day, after quick shower, we immediately head out not wasting any time. The heart of the city is in the old town square, the place is packed with restaurants, quaint cafes and tons of tourists. Every corner is photo opportunity waiting to happen. (You already know what I did) Amongst the cathedrals

4 days in Budapest, Hungary

Enter Budapest, as we draw closer to Istanbul, we were welcomed with a city that had a completely different flavor altogether. In one corner, one can see Gothic and neo-gothic architecture and on the other you see the Ottoman or Turkish Structures. Enter Budapest, as we draw closer to Istanbul, we were welcomed with a city that had a completely different flavor altogether. In one corner, one can see Gothic

4 days in Seoul

I will start this post by saying, if you have plans on going to Tokyo anytime soon, but also have Seoul in your travel list, I suggest you go to South Korea first. Trust me on this! While both countries have issues with each other, they have long intertwined history. If you look closely enough, their traditional dresses, food, architecture look a like. Both countries will definitely argue the differences…

San Rafael River Adventure

Try it for a weekend My friends and I were looking to spend one Saturday in a different place while still being outdoorsy and not just lounge in a pool. I have heard about this place in San Rafael, Bulacan that wasn’t so far from Manila and that it had a ton of activities that we can try out. Upon our arrival, the place looked a lot different from what

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