By Jill Tan Radovan
In the spirit of talent searches and finding a place in the hearts of a younger generation, Oishi, makers of Marty’s Cracklin’ Vegetarian Chicharon, invited supporters of musicians and rock music fans to Eastwood Central Plaza in Libis, Quezon City, last week for the culmination of its very successful “Form The Marty’s” band search.
By Pam Pastor
, Tatin Yang
It may have been every kid’s fantasy to be taken to Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory, but we had a different dream. We wanted to be taken to a crunch factory—potato chips, cheese snacks, every flavored crunchy and crispy snack imaginable.
By Pam Pastor
It’s more than just snacks. The people behind Oishi believe in more than just offering tasty treats, they enjoy creating products that become a part of the daily lives of Pinoys.
By Irene C. Perez
Elmo Magalona believes that dodging the negative will help you survive and enjoy the challenging teen years. “Positivity affects your life—how you think, how you react to everyone around you. Easy to say and hard to do, but when you actually do, it’s really helpful.”
By Thelma Sioson San Juan
In a gentrified section of Shanghai, we were about to begin our tour of the restored 1930s house—now a living museum open to the public—when Carlson Chan espied one of the artifacts on display. It was a wooden chamber pot. He pointed it out to us. We gathered around it, curious about this remnant of China’s pre-Communist past.