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US fast-food chain Burger King launched its meatless burger in Europe on Tuesday, November 12, aiming to grab a large slice of a rising market. Following trials in the United States and Sweden, the vegetarian version of the prime “Whopper” hamburger will be added to the menu in 25 countries and 2,500 restaurants It’s Europe’s biggest product release ever. We’re seeing the potential for this to be a rising category

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The huge Christmas tree in Quezon City‘s Araneta City (formerly Araneta Center) is one of the best-recognized reminders that the holidays are just around the corner. The tree was illuminated on Friday night in ceremonies at the Times Square Food Park attracting spectators. The event was graced by Araneta matriarch Stella Araneta, actress Anne Curtis, and titleholders of Binibining Pilipinas. The crowd, both young and old, marveled at the 100-foot

This image is about Masks from all over the world

Approximately 400 masks from different countries are on show in the shopping mall in Bacolod City, where the International Mask Arts and Culture Organization (IMACO) International Convention opened on Wednesday. Some of the international masks on display come from Japan, Africa, Korea, India, Cambodia, Myanmar, Laos and the city of Bacolod. IMACO has 63 member countries and is headquartered in Andong City, South Korea. The foreign delegates were struck by

This image is about Guinness World Record for Filipino's largest folk dance

Heart Evangelista and Governor Chiz Escudero were among the 7,127 Sorsoganons who set the Guinness World Record for Filipino’s largest folk dance. The Kapuso Queen of Creative Collaborations announced the news of her Instagram account on Saturday. Heart, Chiz and the rest of Sorsogon City danced Pantomina sa Tinampo, a traditional court dance. In another position, Heart said she was proud of her husband for planning and designing the whole

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The ceremonial torch of the 30th Southeast Asian Games is inspired by the Sampaguita. According to Ian Cruz’s article on 24 Oras, the Philippine SEA Games Organizing Committee (PHISGOC) chose the renowned Philippine metal sculptor Daniel Dela Cruz’s model for a torch that would illuminate the biennial multi-sport event. Dela Cruz said that the national flower of the Philippines symbolizes the grace, modesty, and power of the Filipinos. The 8-ray

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The Department of Tourism (DOT) is committed to promoting Iloilo City as a world-class destination for conferences, promotions, conventions and exhibitions (MICE). From its green urban development, delicious local recipes and rich cultural heritage, DOT Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat said the city had the “perfect recipe” for success in becoming a global MICE tourism hub. This makes Iloilo City a tourism priority area that meets global standards for MICE growth and,

This image is about Teacher’s “safety first”

Davao Del Sur was among the provinces that had been struck by a powerful earthquake back in July, and some of the buildings that had been torn down were universities. In order to prepare for the next tremor, students at the Salud Cagas Technical and Vocational High School built their own helmets using nothing but coconut husks and a piece of the garter. This was after the school turned the

This image is about Samantha Lo in travel debacle

In a statement posted on the Facebook page of the pageant, BPCI reported that because of “issues with her visa,” Samantha was “detained by immigration officials” in Paris. She was then returned to Manila. Officially later, the Department of Foreign Affairs said Ms Lo’s passport was “tampered[ with] and updated.”   BPCI said her parents confirmed that her passport had been obtained through a “fixer” during a meeting last week

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It’s just a few hours from Manila, accessible by bus or private car, but Baler’s town takes you away from city life’s hustle and bustle. And if you’re a tourist, there’s everything you need— from historic landmarks, beautiful nature trails (including a 600-year-old Balete tree) to waves plentiful for surfing or swimming. The seaside town has grown tremendously in a period of just a few years with an extensive selection

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A recent study conducted by the health maintenance organization PhilCare showed that the most ‘ psychologically well ‘ are Filipinos who work for the government or those who are self-employed compared to the rest of the country’s workforce. The study was dubbed the 2nd PhilCare Wellness Survey, reflecting 460 working respondents ‘ mental well-being. This appears to be the only national research evaluating Filipinos ‘ perceived health and well-being. This