Day: April 19, 2016

Lifestyle

Citem’s Manila FAME: Boutique Edition opens at World Trade Center

  Manila FAME, the country’s premier design and lifestyle event, opens its 63rd show edition at World Trade Center in Pasay City on April 21-24, showcasing a more sophisticated, more exclusive and tightly curated show.

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Lifestyle

Ito Kish, Marian Roces in Manila FAME scenographies

The country’s premier design and lifestyle event is back this April. Asia’s pioneering trade show Manila FAME, presented by the Department of Trade and Industry, through the Center for International Trade Expositions and Missions (CITEM), is slated on April 21-24, 9 am to 6 pm, at the World Trade Center in Pasay City.

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Food
Travel

Soccsksargen: A potpourri of many flavors

THE SOUTHERMOST region of the Philippines may be known for many things, like the home province of world-renowned Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao, as the breadbasket region of the country, the tuna ‘capital’ of the country, but few know that Soccsksargen, Region 12, or Central Mindanao, is actually a culinary potpourri, filled with extraordinary food.

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Lifestyle

Intramuros is first Creative Environment

THE PHILIPPINES has become a star in the design scene in recent years. Design icons such as Kenneth Cobonpue and Budji Layug and up-and coming designers Ito Kish, Vito Selma, Stanley Ruiz, and Liliana Manahan have been reaping awards lately for their innovative ideas. To nurture future design stars and world class creative talents, Design Week […]

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Lifestyle

Stanley Ruiz lights up Manila FAME April 2016

Internationally-acclaimed industrial designer Stanley Ruiz returns to Manila FAME Boutique Edition on April 21 to 26, at the World Trade Center Manila, Roxas Blvd., Pasay City.

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Food
Travel

Tagay! Flavors of the Philippines: the Calabarzon Experience

THE SOUTHERN Tagalog Region, (Region IV-A), which comprises the provinces of Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, and Quezon, is one of the most significant culinary centers of the Philippines,  not only because of the breadth and width of food choices inherently from this area, but also because of its significant contribution to Philippine heritage cuisine.

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