Mayor Isko Moreno goes green and believes in the power of nature

Mayor Isko Moreno threaded an impoverished area in Manila while growing up. As the elected City Mayor of Manila, more popularly known to Filipinos as Yorme, he never wavered amidst adversities hurled at him for taking several steps in making a better version of the city he fondly calls his home and crowning glory. Bold and fearless, Yorme puts his heart and mind in anything he does – “Believe in yourself! You’ve got nothing to lose.”

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Ring in the Lunar New Year at Royce Hotel and Casino

Probably the only time it is safe to say “Let the Rat in!” is on January 25, 2020.   Abundance and  prosperity abound #OnlyAtRoyce Hotel and Casino as the Year of the Metal Rat waves hello.

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Catriona Gray, first Filipino wax figure in Madame Tussauds Singapore

Catriona Gray, Miss Universe 2018, have her image immortalized in Madame Tussauds Singapore. Catriona’s wax figure will wear a replica of the iconic lava gown, inspired by Albay’s Mayon Volcano, specially designed by Mak Tumang, which she wore when she won the 2018 Miss Universe tile.

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Hallmark and 7-Eleven’s Gulong ng Karunungan Project

The air is chilly, the mood is merry, and the lights are out and sparkling. What a joy it is to have the holidays upon us once again. This is the time to give back and share the love and blessings we have received this year, as it is what the true spirit of Christmas is.

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Welch’s Invites Everyone to Share the Sparkle this Season of Giving

Christmas is a time to thank those who bring sparkle to our lives: our kids and spouses, our mom and dad, and our family and friends who all bring us joy. How great would it be to share back the sparkle and celebrate the Yuletide with a feast that everyone will love?

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Southstar Drug’s Drop the Prefix Campaign

A journey to a thousand miles may not necessarily just start with the proverbial one step, but with a strong supportive touch from a loved one, like a parent or a mentor. Maribeth was a young girl when she first took to the art brush in elementary school; throughout the initial stumbling efforts, she was encouraged by her teachers. Wackie loved the colors of paint and was always eager to bring to creative life the people and places around him. And, as with all young artists, when the vision was not forthcoming on the canvas, his mother would gently prod him to believe in himself.  Juan used to be impatient with his own paintings, withdrawing when he did not the results he wanted. This time, it was a father, Gavin, who showed him what he had done, and what he could still do.

Maribeth, Wackie, and Juan are all artists now. Their oil portraits of animals, Mother Nature, and happy families continue to capture the sight — and the patronage — of the art lovers and the curious public who see them. Maribeth has become a breadwinner through her paintings. What makes their achievements all the more impressive is that all three artists are Persons with Disabilities. Maribeth is deaf, and both Wackie and Juan have been diagnosed with autism.

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