Not long ago… Ay, very long ago pala, haha, I was at the launch of Piolo Pascual and Marian Rivera as the brand ambassadors of BlueWater Day Spa. Well, earlier this week, Bluewater Day Spa held a press event at Luxent Hotel to introduce its newest brand ambassadors and latest massage treatment offering. The @chinitapricess Miss Kim Chiu is the new face of Bluewater Day Spa.
I am obviously a big fan of Chinese food, as you can see from my many blog posts about it. Taiwanese food is my favorite of favorites. 😀 A simple porkchop pientong brings me sooo much joy.
I discovered Tien Ma’s Taiwanese Cuisine one morning a few weeks ago after having my blood work done.
I had not eaten breakfast yet, as the blood work required me to fast overnight. Driving around the Banawe area, I was on the look out for a nice breakfast place that I haven’t tried. Tien Ma’s on Retiro didn’t seem so busy yet, and there was a slot for my car right on the doorstep so, game – Tien Ma’s.
Hi there! 🙂 I took a short blog break and all of a sudden It’s mid-March. AND! All of a sudden, I feel the heat of summer upon us! Do you feel it too??
Anyway… The Holy Week break is just a couple of weeks ahead, and for those of you who aren’t planning to travel too far, here’s an idea for a staycation at Novotel Manila Araneta Center.
There’s a new indoor attraction in Metro Manila that’s becoming a hit among kids and “feeling kids” – the Jump Yard Trampoline Park!
Jump Yard, with over 2000 square meters of bouncing space, is the first and biggest indoor trampoline park in the Philippines. I got to experience it out along with a group of bloggers and, what can I say? I’m old! LOL Continue reading Jump Yard Trampoline Park at Frontera Verde now open
We’re celebrating the Chinese New Year in a few days. In the Philippines, this Chinese holiday has become something like a national event. In fact, a few years back, the Philippine government began declaring the Chinese New Year as a special non-working holiday. One question that I get a lot: how to say proper Chinese New Year greetings?
We see and hear a lot of different variations, which has only added to the bit of confusion.
So is it –
“Kung Hei Fat Choi”? (What we read and hear most commonly)
Or “Gong Xi Fa Cai”?
Or “Kiong Hee Huat Tsai”?