The Manila Times

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Banco de Oro (BDO Unibank) led several Philippine banks in the latest ranking of the world’s 500 most valuable banking brands according to the 2018 Brand Finance Banking 500 report. Based on the said report, BDO’s ranking improved from 164 last year to 159 this year as its higher brand…

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Kapuso Cebuanos and Ilonggos experienced spectacular shows as they celebrated Sinulog and Dinagyang festivals in January with the biggest names in Philippine entertainment adding glitter to both occasions. Asia’s Songbird Regine Velasquez-Alcasid led the biggest names in showbiz that joined the colorful annual Sinulog Festival in Cebu. Joining her in…

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Amaia Land successfully turned over 37 units at Capitol Central’s North Building to the first batch of eligible homeowners, indicating that a total of 99 percent of units have been sold. “A brand-new year in brand-new homes signifies new beginnings in the lives of these families. We at Amaia Land…

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Inspired by a consuming love and passion for art, Julius Limpe’s creativity and entrepreneurial wisdom colored and reverberated in both his artistic and business pursuits that ultimately made him an influential force in both fields of endeavor. Born in San Nicolas, Binondo, the Chinatown district of the Old Manila, on…

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Wilfredo Offemaria’s “Urna 2.0” travels to Museo De La Salle in celebration of National Arts Month 2018. Urna 2.0 refigures the urna—similarly an altar, but used in smaller and more intimate traditions, frequently at home. Offemaria plays with the metaphorical tendencies of religion where he recognized Christianity as a religion…

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Despite the increasing number of cashless transaction options for e-commerce activities, cash remains the preferred mode of payment for most Filipinos making online purchases. This was one of the key takeaways from “The State of e-Commerce 2017,” a white paper recently published by the Malaysia-based iPrice Group. Based on the…

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Tanghalang Pilipino (TP), the resident theater company of the Cultural Center of the Philippines, concludes its 31st theater season with “Nang Dalawin ng Pag-ibig si Juan Tamad,” a new and original production based on National Artist Nick Joaquin’s story “How Love Came to Juan Tamad.” Literary critics describe the work…

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In line with the celebration of the Arts Month, film scholars, artists, enthusiasts, and filmmakers from Calabarzon (Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, Quezon) and other regions are gathering once again for “Pelikultura: The Calabarzon Film Festival 2018” on February 19 to 21 at the University of the Philippines (UP) Los Baños.…

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The Philippine Information Agency (PIA), through its Regional Office in the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR), is partnering with the NCCA for a Luzon-wide cultural promotions program for 2018. The partnership aims to generate awareness and appreciation as well as promote the preservation of the different culture and tradition, arts and…

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