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Managing Directors Yvonne Yao and Jacqueline Gobing

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Yayoi of Japan comes to Manila Craving for authentic Japanese food? Fans of real deal Japanese dishes will rejoice at the opening of restaurant chain Yayoi offering Japan’s hugely popular teishoku (set-menu dining) concept in Manila. Teishoku is a home-style pre-set meal consisting of a main dish of meat or…

The SieMatic Urban Kitchen captures the essence of urban living

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Contrast and constant motion. That’s what urban living is. This essence of city life inspired SieMatic in its new Urban Kitchen Cabinet Collection. The renowned German brand launched its bevy of distinct designs at the BGC showroom of exclusive distributor Focus Global Inc. SieMatic Far East managing director Volker Betsch…

Bryan Tiu at the steps of his Japanese restaurant Wafu

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Beginning his foray into the food business as Domino’s Pizza franchisee, Bryan Tiu is now an emperor of sorts being the founder and CEO of iFoods Group. It was in 2005 when his original Japanese casual dining restaurant Teriyaki Boy became so successful that he sold 70­percent stake to the…

2012 Miss Universe First Runner Up Janine Tugonon now holds the distinction of being the first Filipina to be Victoria’s Secret model AFTER THE STRUGGLES OF LIVING ALONE IN THE US

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To be the first Filipino woman to ever become a Victoria’s Secret model has given the nation pride for beauty queen Janine Tugonon. For indeed, this major development in her career has been her biggest feat since almost bagging the third Miss Universe crown for the Philippines in 2012, placing…

The Lasting Eyebrow and Sharp Lock Gel Pencil duo

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Known as a country that loves and celebrates beauty, the Philippine market continues to attract brands from the global skincare and beauty scene, which always find a loyal following among Filipino women. As such, The Manila Times chronicles the latest product launches that keep women this side of the world…

According to the World Health Organization, dementia affects some 47.5 million people worldwide—with 7.7 million new cases every year

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Disease stemmed but not stopped, say experts Soaring rates of population growth and ageing have long been seen as portending a global explosion of Alzheimer’s, the debilitating disease that robs older people of their memory and independence. But an unexpected, and hopeful, trend may be emerging. In rich countries at…

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If you’re like most people, you’ve noticed differences in the way your mind works over time. The good news is that understanding the potential threats to brain health can help you make smart choices to strengthen mental alertness. Threats to brain health Some health conditions can negatively affect your brain.…

CHERIDINE P. ORO- JOSEF

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Have you experienced an unexplained desire to buy your dream car, build your dream home and fulfill your bucket list all of sudden? Perhaps, you start thinking of things and people that got away in your life and have that intense desire to get in touch with the past, or…

It is important for a recovering drug addict to have a strong support group through the process of detoxification and rehabilitation

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The difficult road to regain one’s health and life In our September 7 issue, The Manila Times Lifestyle tackled “The ill effects of shabu addiction,” following the President’s constant reminder how this illegal drug “shrinks an addict’s brain.” Today, this two-part series looks into what can still become of a…

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Anyone who has had to or is currently raising a child will not deny that pa­renting is challenging. Likewise, the type of parent we are and our parenting style says a lot about the relationship we have with our children. By determining what type of parent we are will help…

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