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CAMILLE PRATS, ISABEL OLI AND DIMPLES ROMANA

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In this digital age, parenting small kids could be a challenge as children face an onslaught of information available to them at an increasing rate. As such, the question every mother is confronted with nowadays is this: How can they make the digital world work for the advantage of today’s…

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Not too many people know that kids can already start appreciating math, engineering, technology, arts and science (Metas) before they even reach grade school. With interactive educational toys like Metas, kids, as young as four, can learn the fundamentals of these subjects. Metas, exclusively distributed by Microdata, is an educational…

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Mallgoers have been having fun as SM’s Metro Malls celebrate Olaf’s Frozen Adventure in their centerpieces. Everything was magical during the Christmas launch in SM City Fairview wherein a huge frozen Arendelle castle along with a real-life sleigh were featured. During the launch, Quezon City 5th District Representative Alfred Vargas,…

YEAR-END ACCOUNTING (FINAL PART)

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The last, but definitely not the least, set of things I am thankful for as I turn 30. 24. I thank God for making me sick yet again this year as this called my attention on overworking and my self-sufficient tendencies. This time I had difficulty breathing–my asthma’s resurrection—a physical…

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Creativity knows no age at the Sunshine Place as the senior club’s members exhibited their works in a porcelain painting and on-the-spot contest exhibit over the holidays. Participants in the Porcelain Painting workshop facilitated by Mee Lee Casey created delightful art works on china in floral and Christmas themes, scenes…

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WHEN Juan Carlos de Terry first came to Manila in 1972, he was impressed by the people’s hospitality and love for food. He found the country beautiful, as mirrored by his Filipina wife, Mari, whom he met in Seville, Spain in 1971. Originally from Ireland, his interest was first centered…

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A lot of international food trends have taken the Manila food scene throughout the years. Filipinos have seen the rise of Korean restaurants, froyo, milktea, monster desserts and more. But one particular craze is poised to continuously dominate 2018—ramen. Ramen stores may have opened left and right in the metro…

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Whereas 2017 saw tassel earrings, off-shoulder tops, ripped jeans and even the so-called millennial pink, ruling catwalks and almost every lady’s wardrobe, 2018 is poised to follow a different landscape in the fashion department. Taking cues from global clothing and accessory brands’ Spring/Summer 2018 showcases, style authorities Vogue and Glamour…

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The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO), headed by General Manager Alexander Balutan, together with Assistant General Manager for Branch Operations Sector Remeliza Gabuyo, Visayas Department Manager Federico Damole and Concurrent Branch Head, Lady Jade Palabon, went to Biliran to deliver the shares of local government units (LGUs) in the province.…

YEAR END ACCOUNTING (PART 3)

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In continuation of my previous week’s column, here are other things I am thankful for as I turn 30. 16. I praise God for removing my driver of three years. It revived my patience in doing errands on my own like driving myself and Gummy where we need and want…

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