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Wednesday, June 6, 2012


A trip down Tutuban's foodstreet is a must for everyone! Street dishes are all the rage in the world’s culinary capitals, but we all know that these informal food feasts originated in Asia.
Manila, of course, is one of the top destinations for the practical and adventurous diner. Tutuban Center’s “FoodStreet” is a fine example of a gustatory district that attracts people from all walks of life for its simple, makeshift and unassuming stalls.
In these trying times, people are wisely cutting back on spending at restaurants and even fast-food joints. Street food—fresh, inexpensive, ready to eat—are more often preferred by the budget conscious. You can choose from a wide variety of food and beverages that recall the taste of home-cooked meals while having the feeling that you are dining out.
Now more than ever, being a street-food trader makes a lot of financial sense. For the innately entrepreneurial, Tutuban’s FoodStreet is offering spaces for rent. Situated at the main thoroughfares of the historic and commercial mall, future tenants will have a captured market among shoppers, students and the working/professional class.
For its small size, a street-food enterprise only requires a small amount of capital. The trader only needs the most basic cooking skills, management acumen, simple facilities and of course, his serving of affordable yet delicious lunches, dinners and snacks.

Though small scale, this type of venture has a big potential for generating income—even employment—so it isn’t impossible for the street-food trader to have average earnings that can be three to even 10 times more than the minimum-wage worker. His profits can even be more than the earnings of skilled employees. More importantly, you can now be your own boss after growing tired of the corporate rat race. It can also be a sound investment, too, especially if you are a returning overseas Filipino worker or if you’re a bored housewife with excellent culinary skills, a FoodStreet stall is definitely perfect.

Tutuban’s FoodStreet’s location at the historic former railway station is fitting because it is a reflection of the exciting local culture as manifested on the food fare being served. Appetizing offerings include Hong Kong-style noodles; Chinese siopao and siomai; Persian shawarma; the very Pinoy silog, isaw, balut, chicharon, fishballs and banana cues; or even inihaw na liempo, pusit, manok, bangus; and delicious English muffins and American baked goodies.

The prospective food trader may not only earn high incomes but he will be helping the local economy as well in terms of taxes, as micro-industries such as street-selling promote financial self-sufficiency for families as well. For example, he sources his fresh ingredients and raw materials locally, thereby also benefiting the small-scale suppliers and farm growers.

One significant concern about street food, though, is health and sanitation. However, FoodStreet and Tutuban Center officials assure tenants that the mall administration takes this aspect of the business seriously. Hygiene, cleanliness and waste disposal will adhere to the strictest standards as imposed by law and the national and local health department.

Security of both the businessman and his consumers is also of utmost consideration. The mall’s roving and plainclothes security personnel will be on hand to ensure the safety of everyone.

So, harness that inherent entrepreneur in you and open your business at Tutuban Center’s FoodStreet and taste success—in your own terms.

Tutuban’s FoodStreet operations will be from 6 am to 12 midnight starting July 01, 2012. For leasing inquiries, contact: Gina Villamor and Mary Anne Suralta, 251-1661 local 125, or direct line, 253-1769.

Monday, June 4, 2012

Marian Rivera beautiful Rogue Cover

Marian Rivera beautiful Rogue Cover! 

Oh la la! The cover of Rogue Magazine State of the Nation Issue is none other than the alluring Marian Rivera. I think she's wearing an eight inches heels. Look how sexy she is. No wonder Ding Dong Dantes go loco over Marian Rivera. 

Marian Rivera has one of the most beautiful face in show business today. 

Go buy your copies now~!


Come one, come all to the special lifestyle event on Home entertaining with a segment of Coffee and Dessert Pairing on June 8, 2012, Friday, 3:30PM at the Grand Atrium of Shangri-La Mall with Chef Aileen A. Anastacio.

Chef Aileen A. Anastactio is a TV host for QTV's My Favorite Recipes and True Confections. She's also a cookbook writer and the owner C’est Si Bon Corporation.

RSVP : 8905003, 0917.8405441 
Rustan's will be featuring recipes from Home Cafe.

Free Haircut for Students from Tenement Elementary School in Taguig City

Students from Tenement Elementary School in Taguig City are in for a new treat- a free haircut at the start of classes today June 4, 2012.

The free haircut, was part of the nationwide programs of the Department of Education (DepEd) to promote cleanliness in all public schools.

Aside from the DepEd, expected to join at this Monday’s activity are the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) headed by its director general, Secretary Joel Villanueva, and local government officials of Taguig City.

Livelihood skills demonstrations such as fancy accessory making, wheat processing, and water lily making will also be given for mothers and companions of the students.

Digital Filipino Club event in Baguio City

“Surround yourself with like-minded people who support you on the road to success.” ― Shirley George Frazier 

Good news to everyone! 

The Digital Filipino Club will be having its first out-of-town workshop session for club members on June 5 and 6, 2012 in Baguio City, Philippines. Venue of this activity and free accommodation to club members will be at Azalea Residences Baguio.

I personally believe that SME's should join the Digital Filipino Club to connect with like-minded individuals. Creating a circle of like-minded people should be a non-negotiable task on every SME's to-do list.

The Club is a community that began on December 25, 2003. The club has  get-together and technology briefing from four (4) to twelve (12) times a year in different parts of the country, fostering networking and collaboration among members. Presentation papers and reports are uploaded on a monthly basis.

The Digital Filipino Club members are composed of individuals and companies from various sectors with common interest in areas such as 
  • Internet
  • e-commerce
  • research
  • outsourcing
  • wireless
  • Internet security
  • and software process improvement.
Join the Club as an individual, SME or corporate club member today!

Advantages of being a Digital Filipino Club member:
  •   You will learn and exchange ideas on e-commerce development easily
  •   Start-up development and acceleration
  •   Internet advertising
  •   You will learn Search engine optimization (SEO)
  •   Blog marketing
  •   Electronic payment
  •   Social media
  •   Software process improvement
  •   Internet security, among others.
The following is the itinerary to be followed for the DigitalFilipino Club event in Baguio City:

June 4, 2012

Meet up at Starbucks 6750 (beside Shangri-la Hotel) 4 PM for transportation pick-up.
2nd pick-up point will be at Starbucks Podium ADB Avenue, Ortigas Center 5 pm.
3rd pick-up point will be at Eton Centris Walk (BEFORE MRT Quezon Avenue station) 5:30 pm

Dinner at one stop-over while in-route to Baguio City.

Proceed to 
Azalea Residences Baguio and check-in. Room sharing arrangements three (3) persons per room will be made among club members.

June 5

8 AM : Breakfast / workshop proper

E-Commerce / Digital Marketing Business Model review

  • Business Model Canvas building blocks
  • Plotting of current business model and challenges
  • Feedback session
  • Review of emerging and popular business models
  • Customer-centric business model design
  • Blue-ocean strategy
  • Presentation of revised business model canvas
  • Feedback session

June 6 

8 AM : Breakfast / workshop proper

Digital Influencers Workshop
  • Digital Influencers Framework, Profiling, Social Media, and SEO Influences
  • Workshop
  • Presentation
2 PM Check-out from hotel
Tour / Lunch

Return to Manila

Club members interested to participate are entitled to 15% discount in the Certified Blog and Social Media Entrepreneur Program.

Sunday, June 3, 2012


Attention my beloved readers, there will be a Caramel Open House at the Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf (Philippines) stores in Manila, Batangas, Cebu & Davao

You're invited to their Caramel Open House! :) Today, June 3, 2012. Starting 10:00 a.m.- 11:30 a.m. ONLY. Let's all come together to enjoy their all new Caramel Cream Tea Latte, while you get to try everyone's favorite Caramel Ice Blended drink and the best tasting Caramel Macchiato in town.

See you there and spread the word!

VERY IMPORTANT NOTE *available in All The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf stores in Manila, Batangas, Cebu & Davao EXCEPT: Two-Ecom Center, One Archer's Place, Ayala Ave. Convergys and DLSU-Cybernook

Saturday, June 2, 2012

An Eyeball with Garnier Philippines Brand Ambassadress Georgina Wilson

Garnier Philippines held a meet and greet, question and answer forum, and photo opportunity with Garnier Philippines Brand Ambassadress Georgina Wilson at SM MOA last June 2, 2012.
Georgina is the perfect brand ambassadress because she uses Garnier products ever since she's in England.

Hundreds of fans brave the stormy weather just to have a glimpse of Garnier Philippine's Brand ambassadress Georgina Wilson.
Georgina Wilson as Garnier Philippines new brand ambassadress gamely posed with her fans. I am lucky enough to be invited to interview her for the event. As expected a lot of people lined-up and bought Garnier's products just to have a photo opportunity with the vibrant and intelligent Georgina Wilson.

I had a photo opportunity with Georgina at the photo booth.  I actually met her in person last January when we covered the media launched of Fila at the Polo Club.

I met one of Georgina's fans. (S)he was so excited to finally meet Georgina in person, she even dressed up for the occasion and had her hair styled for the Photo opportunity.

Bohemian Brews at Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf

Bohemian Brews at Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf. 

Luckily, I was invited to the formal opening of Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf last night, June 1, 2012 at their Adriatico, Malate store.

It was drizzling and after two and a half hours of commuting plus walking, I finally reached the store. It's my first time to reach that area near Remedios Circle so I was so relieved to have finally reached the place without getting lost. I was welcomed by the event organizer. After signing the sheet, I was given my press kit.

He then ushered me inside. Upon entering, you will be welcomed by the staff at the drinking station. Various drinks are being offered by Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf at their Adriatico, Malate store.
I don't drink alcoholic beverages. The woman manning the drinking station offered me water and pointed the location of the water pitcher.



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