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Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Free at SM North Edsa Skygarden:Sea Explorers World

Thinking of a family summer adventure like no other but can't afford it because of budget constraint? 
Celebrate, Daddy, Mommy, Lolo, Lola and kids! Don't forget to bring your cameras and make SM City North Edsa Skygarden as one of your family’s summer destinations. Going to the mall has never been this fun and educational. SM North Edsa just added one more reason for you to go malling and enjoy your summer vacation.
Enchanting walrus. Isn't he cute?  I want to give him a hug.
SM North Edsa presents Sea Explorers World at SM North Edsa Skygarden from April 27 to May 31, 2012. This educational exhibit lets you experience the wonders of marine life with Sea Explorers World. Little children and adults alike will surely be delighted when they take the exciting journey of the underwater life right in the Skygarden of SM North Edsa
The whole family can explore the wonders of the sea together at SM City North Edsa Skygarden. Life-size animal display under environmental simulations gives it a more realistic under-the-sea adventure like no other! What’s more, you can see all these for FREE!
The exhibit features nine different replicas of the most popular sea creatures in marine world. such as dolphins, walrus, emperor penguins, sea lions,  killer whales, pelicans, sea turtles, hammerhead sharks and great white sharks in their natural habitat in the different areas of Skygarden. Voice narratives, Braille and Trivia Boards are also available to make it more fun and educational for kids. 
Dolphins breath through their blowhole.

A group of penguins is called a colony or rookery.

Orcas are called killer whales
The great white shark, Carcharodon carcharias, also known as the great white, white pointer, white shark.
The Hammerhead sharks
So what are you waiting for?  Visit SM City North Edsa Skygarden today. Take snapshots of those amazing life-size sea animal displays for souvenir and make this a summer learning experience to remember! 


Daytime truck ban ng : May 2-5, 2012; 4:00 am-9:00 pm 

MMDA to enforce temporary daytime truck ban during ADB meet from May 2 to 5

The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) will implement a temporary daytime truck ban during the 45th Asian Development Bank (ADB) meeting from May 2 to 5.

MMDA Chairman Francis Tolentino said the traffic scheme is aimed at decongesting Metro Manila's major thoroughfares during the four-day international conference.

Based on initial agreements with various truckers associations, the temporary modified truck ban hours are 4 am to 9 pm, from May 2 to 5.

During this period, the implementation of the MMDA's uniform truck ban which is 6 to 9 am and 5 to 9 pm except Sundays and holidays, will be suspended. The agency will resume the enforcement of the original truck ban starting May 6.

The daytime truck ban covers all large cargo and delivery trucks as provided by MMDA Resolution No. 07-05 Series of 2007.

Trucks that haul perishable goods such as fruits, vegetables, sea foods, and ice, are exempted from the temporary day time truck ban provided they will not pass through the routes to be used by ADB delegates.

Tolentino promised to coordinate with the local governments of Pasig City, Quezon City, Taguig and Pateros to extend leniency and designate parking areas for trucks that would be effectively grounded during the modified truck ban hours.

The City of Manila, venue for most of the ADB activities, pledged to increase mobile patrol units to deter criminal elements who may attempt to sabotage the trucks during the 9pm to 4 am window hours.

The MMDA also promised to coordinate with the Philippine Ports Authority and the banking sector to allow the truckers to maximize operations and e-banking transactions for the days leading up to the May 2 to 5 period.

The 45th ADB Board of Governors Annual Meeting will be held at the Philippine International Convention Center (PICC).

About 4,000 local and foreign delegates, finance ministers, central bank governors, representatives from international organizations and private sector are expected to participate in the event.

"The country stands to gain a lot in economic terms if the hosting of this event proves to be a success, that's why we are doing our best to make the delegates' stay in the country comfortable and fruitful," Tolentino said.

Cargo truck operators have expressed support to the modified truck ban but asked MMDA to work out a way to secure their trucks and precious cargo against criminal elements such as hijackers.

The truckers' association said their trucks will have to be parked somewhere while the daytime truck ban is in effect, making them vulnerable to hijackers and robbers.

Tolentino said he will coordinate it with the Philippine National Police (PNP). He also agreed to provide leniency to parked trucks as long as they do not obstruct traffic flow.

"We will extend to them all necessary assistance while the temporary modified truck ban is being implemented," the MMDA chief said, adding that it is not the objective of the MMDA to disrupt the business operations of cargo and delivery trucks.

Tolentino thanked the leaders and representatives of the Supply Chain Management Association of the Philippines, the Philippine Ports Authority, the Integrated North harbor Truckers Association, the Asia Cargo Container Line, Inc., the Philppine Liners Shipping Association, the Purt Users Confederation, the Philppine Automotive Federation, Inc., Air 21, the Confederation of truckers Association of the Philippines for their pledge of cooperation. "We could not do this without you," he said. #mmda                            -SOURCE MMDA


Former beauty queen Miriam Quiambao apologized to the the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community on Sunday after a Twitter war erupted over her comments about homosexuality. "I'm sorry LGBT. Perhaps I was too harsh with the words I used. Will do my best to be more sensitive. #respect #nobodysperfect," she said late on Sunday in her official Twitter.
Quiambao found herself in the hot seat after she aired her opinions about the LGBT community on the Saturday episode of “The Bottomline.” Quiambao, who was among the guest panelists on the Boy Abunda-hosted program, gave her take on the issue of religion and its relationship with LGBTs. “I’m not a pastor, I’m definitely not an expert but the way I understand it is homosexuality is not the one that makes you a sinner. Actually, sexual immorality is what makes you a sinner,” Quiambao said.

She further elaborated this view in her Twitter account, saying it should be the sin that should be hated and not the sinner. “Hate the sin. Love the sinner. We have all sinned... Forgiveness comes from God. Grace comes to those who believe. Peace,” she tweeted. “Homosexuality is not a sin but it is a lie from the devil. Do not be deceived. God loves gays and wants them to know the truth,” she added.

This, however, drew a lot of negative reactions from netizens. “Most, if not all, homosexuals know wrong from right. So don't say that we are gay because the devil dictated it to us,” said JoiJoifulness. As for MOSHreyes, he said: “Wow I didn't think @miriamq is a homophobe! She thinks were blinded by the truth. You're the one who's blinded gurl welcome to the 21st century!” Twitter user @dbostik also said: “@miriamq I've been trying to come into terms with my religion and now I feel like I'm back to square one since I look up to you. NEVERMIND!” “After watching "Bottomline" I feel sorry for you @miriamq. Alamin mo muna ang at tama at totoo bago ka manghusga ng buhay ng iba,” @Homerspirit posted.

While several netizens don’t agree with what Quiambao said, there were also a number of people on Twitter who were supportive of the beauty queen. Twitter user @terriyaKBoy said: “@miriamq is one hot topic in the gay world right now. Simmer down now, Gurlzzz! She's entitled to her own opinion/say.” @tjbrewed, on the other hand, said “Im so happy to see @miriamq in #Bottomline last nyt. Ppl will say 'don't bring religion,' but wer not bringing any religion but Christ alone.” As for @samuraix23, he said: “@miriamq just finished watching Bottomline about LGBT. Kudos for standing up for the Truth! May God continue to bless u!”

At the end of the show, Quiambao stressed that she is not against LGBTs because everyone is equal in the eyes of God. “God made us all for a purpose. I don’t understand why God made him that way. I feel though that in my knowledge of God, God never makes mistakes and He is not a liar. So however He made him, that’s who he really is,” she said. “However, because God has allowed this to happen in his life, perhaps there is a purpose and at the end of the day, he will be the one to face God,” Quiambao added.

Quiambao also said she never meant to offend anyone with her tweets. “No offense to the LGBT but the Truth is the Truth that comes from God. Take it or leave it. We will all face the judgement seat of God,” she said. “Mahal ko ang LGBT. That's why I am sharing with you the truth. If you are not ready for it, please don't shoot me. I am just a messenger,” explained the beauty queen.

Source: ABS-CBN News

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