Hyatt City of Dreams Manila brings two great Asian cuisines to the fore this July. Embark on a culinary journey through China and India and go back in time to the origins of Silk Road and the spice trade, arguably responsible for the complex flavor
New World Makati Hotel welcomes the Mid-Autumn Festival with an assortment of traditional handmade mooncakes. As a special treat for guests looking forward to the celebration, the hotel extends an Early Bird discount of 10 percent on orders placed from July 1 to 30 for
Exciting products, prizes and surprises await fairgoers!
Mention New Zealand to most folk, and images of wide, open spaces, teeming with agriculture; verdant hillsides speckled with grazing cows; and a thriving dairy industry very likely come to mind. For many, the country also conjures up thoughts
It’s widely accepted by many globetrotters that the Philippines is one of the best vacation spots in the world. Over 7,000 small islands peppered with pristine beaches, tropical rain forests, along with affordability make the country a popular tourist spot. In fact, a lot of
Chef Justin Sarabia of Liliw, Laguna treats Makati to classic provincial goodness
Promdi is a colloquial term Filipinos use to refer to someone who came from the province (‘promdi’ = from the province).
While most Filipinos would agree that the term ‘promdi’ has somewhat of a negative
At a recent press conference in Davao City, President-elect Rodrigo Duterte announced his plans to impose a national curfew for minors, which would entail having the parents arrested for minors breaking the curfew.
“The police should not arrest minors. They do not have the discernment of
For Chef Patrick Go, every dish is a story. Every ingredient tells a tale. Every chef, a storyteller.
As the new executive chef of Black Sheep, Chef Patrick has his share of challenges when it comes to carrying the torch of the original Black Sheep of
A new and exciting Japanese dining experience awaits at Watami Grill and Sushi Bar
Looking for an exciting place to indulge your love of Japanese food? Head off to the new Watami Grill and Sushi Bar at Uptown Mall in BGC.
This dining concept adopts the theme
Over the past decade, tens of thousands of sun worshipers and party people from all over the archipelago have been trooping to southern Mindanao for the Sarangani Bay (SarBay) Festival. And on June 3 to 5, Gumasa Beach in Glan’s long stretch of white sands
Former Sen. Aquilino Pimentel weighs in on potential change
While it cannot be denied that the Philippines has consistently remained to be the “chic man of Asia” in recent years due to a thriving economy, a robust stock market, and steady GDP growth, much more could