December 9, 2019
South Africa’s Zozibini Tunzi is Miss Universe 2019
Gazini Ganados fears not expressing emotions well in English
Miss Universe clarifies Philippines’ Gazini Ganados won Best National Costume
Gazini Ganados shines in gold gown, national costume at Miss Universe prelim round
At 18, she’s already an entrepreneur
LOOK: Miss Universe Laos’ national costume honors elephants
No pain, no fame: Thai massage could get UNESCO status
COP THE LOOK: Angel Locsin’s red lips and perfect brows
Martine Cajucom’s daily makeup essentials — that aren’t Sunnies Face
20 BEFORE 2020: My anthems of 2019
Sand cars replace sand castles at Miami art festival Art Basel
Nobel winner Mahfouz lives on in Cairo’s alleyways
Smart inspires aspiring content creators nationwide with “Smart Play: Vlogger Camp”
A cooking competition that aims to make recipes and stories to life-long legacies
Lancaster New City Cavite makes #ChristmasHappynings more exciting with an outdoor movie screening of the ‘The Hows of Us’
He, she, they: Americans and the choice of gender pronoun
How Habi makes a difference in the lives of Filipino weavers
UAAP Season 82 medals made of bullet shells from Marawi siege
Terence Blanchard, the jazz trumpeter making opera history
Washington, United States | AFP | Saturday 12/7/2019 – 09:44 UTC+8 By: Maggy Donaldson A top-tier jazz trumpeter and Spike Lee’s go-to…
Golden Globe nominations to reveal Hollywood award season hopefuls
Los Angeles, United States | AFP | Saturday 12/7/2019 – 09:41 UTC+8 By: Andrew Marszal Hollywood’s award season hopefuls will start to…
Ryan Reynolds spoofs viral video for cheeky holiday ad
Washington, United States | AFP | Saturday 12/8/2019 – 02:30 UTC+8 Actor Ryan Reynolds is winning hearts and praise with a cheeky…
Beauty gifts for less than P1,000
Christmas is the time to stock up on beauty essentials and lifesavers that make bath time better and improve your daily routine.…
Leonardo Di Caprio among celebrities backing new climate initiative
New York, United States | AFP | Wednesday 12/5/2019 – 02:19 UTC+8 Actor Leonardo di Caprio joined former US vice president Al…
Chef sues Michelin Guide for listing his restaurant against his wish
SEOUL — On Nov. 15, chef Eo Yun-gwon, 49, who runs modern Italian eatery Ristorante Eo in Cheongdam-dong, southern Seoul,...
No space? No problem. Anywhere can be a restaurant in Hanoi
HANOI — Twenty years ago, Nguyen Hong Van opened her restaurant in an alleyway close to her home. From the...
Communal dipping, ‘a wartime eating habit with health consequences’
Chopsticks and spoons digging into the same dish are not an uncommon sight at Korean dining tables.
A Thought on Food: Happy Ongpauco-Tiu on how to make a proper cheese board
I bet you didn’t know that there is a right way to lay out a cheese board. There is no...
KL residents dine in on takeaway to avoid service fees
Order takeaway food, eat it in the restaurant and save on paying service charges - this is how some Kuala Lumpur residents are coping with the rising costs of living in the Malaysian capital.
‘Silent restaurant’ warms hearts of hearing-impaired staff members, customers
The “Forgive Barbecue” located in 798 Art Zone, Beijing, is a startup project for hearing-impaired people. Different from other...
Finding an easy escape from the urban madness, right in the city
We all know that there is a value in escaping and taking a break.
Fashion and Beauty
‘Table for one’ no more: OpenTable launches social dining program for solo diners
Called "OpenSeat," the program could be of use for solo travelers, business travelers and newcomers to a U.S. city.
Bugs on the table! Wait, they’re on the menu, too!
We have been told that insects will be a valuable food source in the future. But it is not easy to embrace the idea of having worms, crickets and grasshoppers on our plates.
Unusual tip: Japanese diners leave origami art in restaurants
Yuki Tatsumi was waiting tables at an izakaya pub in Japan's Kyoto when something on the table caught his eye -- a chopstick wrapper folded and fiddled into an abstract shape. It was the catalyst for a collection that now includes some 15,000 pieces of found "origami art" made by customers folding the paper sleeves that cover chopsticks at Japanese restaurants.
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