While August, feng shui believers say, is the “ghost month” (in short, unlucky, so no projects or events should be launched or held at this time), that hasn’t stopped the launch of projects like Bobby Chinn’s TV series and The Peninsula Manila from doing a Swiss food festival.
Most of us are familiar with “chicken lollipop,” chicken wings with the meat all pushed to the top so that the lower part of the chicken bone is bare and looks like the stick of a lollipop. Chicken lollipops are often served in children’s parties and as cocktail food.
“Pedro Calungsod: Patron for the Filipino Youth” is Fr. Salvador “Buddy” Agualada Jr.’s third book. His first two books are “Stirrings of a Heart in Prayer,” which won him the Cardinal Sin Catholic Book Emerging Author Award in the 2008 Catholic Mass Media Awards, and “Homecoming,” the first book he wrote after returning from Rome, where he took up licentiate studies in Dogmatic Theology at the Pontifical Gregorian University.
After 15 years of working in San Francisco in computer systems, Stanford graduate Karen Yang finally came home to Manila to pursue her passion: baking.
Stem cell therapy is getting a lot of buzz nowadays thanks to stories from the media about how Filipino celebrities, including politicians, are availing of its benefits. This treatment, which involves injecting stem cells into the human body, is being offered as a treatment for cancer, heart disease and other serious illnesses. It’s also being used to counter the signs of aging: making skin healthier and wrinkle-free and rejuvenating the body’s organs for more youthful vitality.