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#Sylviahera by Sylvia Sanchez

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A cooking show hosted by the multi-awarded and versatile actress Sylvia Sanchez, this is not a typical cooking show that we mostly watched in television or any online social media channel. This come up with collaboration of ideas between Sylvia itself and the Director of the show, Direk Dante "Ga" Nico Garcia. The concept of this show is very simple but very inspiring and you have a lot of takeaways after watching each episode.

Pilot episode will be aired on December 25, 2018 @12:01 A.M in Youtube at CasaNieves.tv channel entitled “Homecoming”. You can see the real Sylvia Sanchez as a person not a celebrity without make up while doing the show, how her childhood life before she become a big celebrity in this country. Pilot episode shoot in her hometown in Agusan Del Norte. It showcases her talent and skills not in acting but in Culinary Arts and most people did not know that he studied Culinary Arts. She would love to share her skills in cooking but here she would not teach…

The Business Benefits of Getting Your Very Own EIN

Whether you run an e-commerce business or you have your own office, you may be required to get an EIN. You have heard about it and you probably know what it stands for which is Employee Identification Number. The type of business that you have will determine if this is necessary or not.
These are some of the possible reasons why you may need to get EIN number Wisconsin: You are planning to hire employees in order for the company to become functional. You would need to get a bank account for your business. There is a need for you to protect your social security number.
If you do not need any of the things that are mentioned above just yet, you may not need an EIN right now. Still, this does not mean that you would not need an EIN in the future. These are some of the benefits that you can get when you have an EIN:
This is considered to be a legal requirement if you are going to have an actual office. This will make your business a separate entity from yourself. You will automatically beco…

NCCC Mall celebrates 40th Anniversary

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New City Commercial Center (NCCC) is now 40 years old, and its Palawan Mall is 28 years in service and still leading the retail business in the province, it is a known destination for reasonably priced goods and exceptional customer service.
During its Thanksgiving event last December 10 at Skylight Hotel, NCCC announces the plan to expand more micro mall in Palawan, they already acquire some properties in El Nido and Roxas for Northern Palawan, and Narra and Quezon for southern part, they also announce the plan for the fourth floor level of NCCC Mall in Lacao Street that for so long is close to public due to some renovations, that level will house some government offices soon.
NCCC Mall also reveal some of their long running corporate social responsibility programs, like the scholarship project intended for the sons and daughters of their loyal employees, the Reward points system program for the benefit of Taw Kabui For Child, Inc, and the outreach activity for Batak Tribes in Brgy. …

Chud Festejo’s Nanay Tatay is PhilPop 2018 winner.

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Finals Night was held at Estancia Capitol Commons Mandaluyong. Ten finalists battled it out for the First, Second and Third Place respectively. From a number of submitted songs, a pre-judging was held at the BGC Theatre and from the pool of 30, ten finalists were chosen to compete for the Grand Prize.
At the end of the evening of December 2, Chud Festejo’s Nanay Tatay emerged victorious. He was actually not expecting to win but he is really glad that he won the top Prize, Nanay Tatay is a song that talks about Innocence and Vulnerability. Aside from that, the music Video of Nanay Tatay, it was also a winner for the special awards category. Chud went home with one million pesos as the Champion.
Ferdinand Aragon’s Visayan entry entitled “Di Ko Man” was declared first runner up. Aragon says that the song is actually a visayan Harana, for winning the first runner up he goes home with a prize of Php500,000.00 pesos. Jek Buenafe’s Ako Ako got the 2nd place, it was interpreted by his band…

The notes we have on Manila Notes.

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Manila notes is a Filipino adaptation of Tokyo notes written by A Japanese playwright and director Oriza Hirata. It was adapted by our very own Rudy Vera and was directed by Tokyo notes writer himself.

The story happened in the future, around 2043. There’s a war happening in Europe and in order to protect and preserved the collection of Vermeer, the paintings was relocated to several countries in Asia. Inside the receiving area or lobby of the museum, family members, lovers, friend and other kind of relation meet to discuss life, mainly about taking care of parents, family / marital problems, inheritance business and plans in life. The play depicts the regular day to day living of Filipinos. The stage really shows a modern design of a museum lobby, the coach are color blue, yellow, and red that looks like a Philippine flag color to me. It is also adorned with hanging capiz shells, which made me feel that I am really in manila, I remember the old houses in manila has a lot of capiz wind…

Breaktime with Chanon in Manila

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Thai breakthrough artist Chanon Santinatornkul known as Bank from “Bad Genius”, allso known Nonkul to his fans visited once again Manila last Nov 30 at the SM Skydome in Quezon City, it was called Breaktime: Chanon Santinatornkul. The event lasted for two (2) hours,  Chanon  performs 2 songs, an interview about life, career and childhood memories  and upcoming projects followed the program hosted by VJ Ayi from MYX. A fun game before the main event thrilled the fans due to exciting prizes for the winners and a chance to meet up close in person with Nonkul. During the program, Nonkul also join some games and he declare it that he had so much fun and enjoyed the event. After the fan meeting, fans and member of media of different outfit have a chance to have photoshoot with Nonkul. Before leaving the event, kit giveaways given to the attendees as souvenir, Nonkul promise that he will be back soon in the Philippines, that’s what we have to wait for.  Text and Photos by Rubielyn Eisma