Sunday, September 30, 2012

Everyday surprises with Oishi and Team O!

Oishi... O Wow! Here in the Philippines, who didn't grow up with Oishi snacks? I certainly did. I still remember how my sister and I would eat Oishi Prawn Crackers after school on the way home. That was well over twenty years ago.

Anyhow, Oishi recently teamed up with unique individuals from different parts of the media and entertainment industry to form Team O. Heading the line-up is Oishi brand ambassador Elmo Magalona and included in its growing roster are Tim Yap, Slater Young, Gang Badoy, and Ramon Bautista.

Elmo and Tim recently flew over Bulacan (see video above) and spread the cheer with a helicopter-load of Oishi surprises for everyone below.

Oishi O Wow Everyday Surprises
While Elmo and Tim didn't fly over our house to drop off some snacks, I got my share of surprises from Oishi and Team O. I found a big bag of these mystery snacks on my doorstep one day and yes, I was surprised.

Oishi O Wow Everyday Surprises
Everything is packed the same way so you don't know what you're going to get when you pick up a pack.

Oishi O Wow Everyday Surprises
It can be any Oishi snack under the sun. Mine turned out to be my favorite... Baked Porky Pops! Woot! I love how it's light and crunchy, plus it's already seasoned with vinegar so I don't need to have a separate dip for it.

Saturday, September 29, 2012

HSBC Outstanding Principals Awards

If there's one thing I like about HSBC (aside from its great promos like Starbucks and SM GCs in exchange for your charge slips), it's the fact that they are staunch supporters of good education in this country. Last Sept. 12, HSBC awarded five outstanding school principals as a culmination of its 3-year educator training program. These educators have successfully transformed their elementary schools through the HSBC Principals Leaders Enhancement and Development Program. The principals were awarded cash grants by HSBC for their respective schools as well as a modest token for their exemplary performance.

HSBC Outstanding Principals Awards
The five awarded were: Marciana De Guzman (above left) - principal of Nangka Elementary School, Zenaida Penafuerte (above right) - principal of Rizal Elementary School...

HSBC Outstanding Principals Awards
...Aurora Marcelino (above left) - principal of P. Manalo Elementary School, Elita Lopez (above right) - principal of Comembo Elementary School...

HSBC Outstanding Principals Awards
...and Marilyn Macalma (above) - principal of Cembo Elementary School.

HSBC Outstanding Principals Awards
The event was also graced by Margarita Delgado of Sa Aklat Sisikat, HSBC President and CEO Tony Cripps, HSBC Corporate Sustainability Officer Denise Roque, and Lizzie Zobel of Sa Aklat Sisikat.

Sa Aklat Sisikat (SAS) is a non-government organization focused on bridging the education gap via progressive teacher training in cooperation with the Department of Education. SAS was founded by philanthropist Lizzie Zobel.

I hope that through efforts like this, the Philippines' public school system would be able to improve and someday be at par with those of more developed countries'.


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Friday, September 28, 2012

Starbucks Salted Caramel Mocha and more!

One of the more popular artisan ice cream flavors to hit the freezers these days is Salted Caramel. That said, it was only a matter of time before Starbucks would catch on and translate it into an equally decadent beverage.

Starbucks Salted Caramel Mocha
And so Starbucks brings you Salted Caramel Mocha... it's available as a hot or cold drink. I like the salty kick on top. Next time I think I'll ask for more salt... I got to try it for the first time last Sept. 5. Salted Caramel Mocha (both hot and iced) costs P145 (Tall) / P160 (Grande) / P170 (Venti) while the frappuccino version costs P155 Tall / P165 (Grande) / P175 (Venti).

Starbucks Bacon and Parmesan Ring
Of course, with every new Starbucks drink comes delicious food to accompany it. I especially love the Bacon and Parmesan Ring (P65, pictured above). It's basically a bagel with parmesan cheese and bacon bits  baked into it. It's best eaten warm and it's sooo good. I love that it's non-greasy too.

Starbucks Ratatouille and Mozzarella Cheese on Multigrain Bread
Ratatouille and Mozzarella Cheese on Multigrain Bread (P115, pictured above) is officially my new favorite Starbucks sandwich. It's vegetarian so it's perfect for my health, hehe. It's filled with spinach, tomatoes, zucchini, eggplant, portobello and shiitake mushrooms, garlic, and onions then everything is smothered with melted cheese. I love it so much. I actually had it for lunch some days ago.

Starbucks Spanish Fritata Wrap
The Spanish Frittata Wrap (P155, pictured above) is a must-try. Ground pork, sliced potaotes, egg, and tomatoes are drizzled in garlic mayo and wrapped in a soft, crisp, and warm tortilla. It's slightly spicy but it's yummy! :D

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Introducing Gluta-C Underarm & Bikini Skin Whitening Gel!

Gluta-C, a leading local whitening brand, launched its newest product last August 27, 2012... Gluta-C Underarm & Bikini Skin Whitening Gel. Sorry this is one month late. My backlogs just keep getting worse and worse even if I decline most events and post everyday. T_T

Gluta-C Underarm & Bikini Skin Whitening Gel brand ambassadors
Anyhow, Gluta-C Underarm & Bikini Skin Whitening Gel is represented by three brand ambassadors: MYX VJ Joyce Pring, model Sanya Smith, and fashion blogger Lissa Kahayon.

Gluta-C Underarm & Bikini Skin Whitening Gel
Gluta-C promises fairer, even-toned skin... even in sensitive parts like the underarms and the bikini area. It's designed to address excessive skin darkening in the armpits and bikini area or singit.

Gluta-C Underarm & Bikini Skin Whitening Gel
We were treated to a sumptuous meal at MoMo while a dermatologist talked about Gluta C Underarm & Bikini Skin Whitening Gel. It's formulated with Glutathione, encapsulated Vitamin C, and Daisy flower extract to lighten dark spots, prevent melanin formation, and visibly whiten darker toned areas. It also has Green Tea extract and other moisturizing ingredients to keep skin soft and supple. I tried a bit of the gel and it has a citrusy scent. It also feels cool and light on the skin.

Gluta-C launch at MoMo
It was an intimate and casual affair, more like friends getting together over a leisurely lunch instead of a launch. :D

Happy Anniversary Shen's Addiction!

Just want to congratulate my friend and fellow blogger Shen on her blog's 4th anniversary! I'm also supporting her by joining. :D

Shen's Addiction 4th Anniversary
Shen is giving away loads of awesome beauty goodies to ten (10) winners! I love it! If there's one thing I can't resist it's beauty products, hahaha! I hardly ever join contests anymore but for dear Shen I'm going to do it. :)

The first time I met Shen was at the Neutrogena Wave event back in 2009. Time sure flies. I feel I've known her for much longer than that.

Shu Uemura Rouge Unlimited lipstick
Here's a photo with Shen (she's the pretty girl on the rightmost side). :D

Anyhow, show some love and check out her anniversary giveaway at http://www.shensaddiction.com!


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Wednesday, September 26, 2012

0kuma Concealer from Japan!

Some time ago I got a sample of 0kuma (pronounced as Zero-kuma) Concealer from the lovely folks at K-Palette Philippines. Kuma is the Japanese word for bear, hence the cute bear character on the packaging.

Zero Kuma Concealer from K-Palette
I swear I can never resist cutely packaged Japanese stuff like this.

Zero Kuma Concealer from K-Palette
The 0kuma Concealer comes in a small tube. There are three variants: Type 1 Moisturizing, Type 2 Brightening, and Type 3 Improves Blood Circulation. The shades also vary slightly so there's a lighter more yellowish shade as well as a darker more orange shade. The one I'm holding above is Type 1 Moisturizing, it's considered as the most universal of the three so if you don't know what to get it's suggested that you grab this.

Zero Kuma Concealer from K-Palette
The concealer is pretty thick in terms of consistency -- and that's usually a good indication of how heavy duty the coverage is. I have really bad undereye circles so light concealers are out of the question.

Zero Kuma Concealer from K-Palette
I saw how Japanese make-up artist Noriko Imura slather on a generous amount of 0kuma Concealer on her model during the K-Palette event and so that was how I did it. After applying, I blended it with my fingers the way Imura-san did. The concealer is a bit sticky due to the thick consistency so I suggest applying eye cream before putting it on. This will help the product go on more smoothly. The concealer also doubles as an eye primer so you can put it onto your eyelids.

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Children will always be their mother's babies...

Just this morning as I was driving my kids to school, our yaya brought up what car we drove when we got out of the hospital when my son was born. He's my first baby and he was born was back in 2001.

Animetric and kids
He is 11 years old now, a tween by today's standards. He's not yet the least bit interested in girls and he's still very much a child. He prefers to spend his time playing video games. He doesn't care about his appearance (yet) and he would wear whatever's there when we go out... not even bothering to comb his hair. Frankly, I'm relieved because I can readily deal with a child but I don't know how I would react when faced with a full-blown teenager saddled with the beginnings of real life problems. But I digress.

The memory of the day I carried my newborn baby from the hospital and into the car to go home is still very clear. It's so vivid it's as if it just happened yesterday. He was wrapped securely in a receiving blanket and I was so very careful in holding him. I had never carried a newborn baby prior and so I was kind of paranoid. I was afraid that I would drop him or something. But I don't. I don't think any mom would. It's like a natural instinct, you just know how to hold your child when he's already there in front of you.

I told my kids all about that day after yaya brought it up. That same morning, I saw this Johnson's TVC online and well, an entire morning's worth of thoughts just went into full circle. There we were talking about the day my firstborn went home from the hospital and me starting to get worried about having to deal with a teen soon. The mom in the TVC is thinking about how she wants to protect her child from all the little things because eventually, that child will grow up and experience how it is to be hurt, sad, and disappointed. But for now, mommy will do her best to make everything perfect for baby. I can so relate because I have been there and I'm on my way to that time when the realities of life will start to break into the protective cocoon I had been weaving from the day my first child was born.

Kids
This photo was taken when my kids were 4 and 7 respectively. They are now older and I know the time will come when they won't be kids anymore. But one thing I always tell them is no matter how old they get and no matter what happens they will always be my babies.


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Monday, September 24, 2012

Crumpler Pleasure Dome S

I tote around a pretty big camera -- a Sony NEX-5N to be exact. It's not as big as a DSLR but it's a lot bigger than your usual point and shoot since it's an interchangeable lens camera. I've been using a Crumpler 2 Million Dollar Home to bring it around.

Crumpler Pleasure Dome S
Anyhow, this isn't about my Sony NEX-5N or my Crumpler 2 Million Dollar Home. I recently had the chance to check out one of Crumpler's new bags, the Crumpler Pleasure Dome S (small) in Navy.

Crumpler Pleasure Dome S
It's a lot smaller than the Crumpler 2 Million Dollar Home I'm using and so my Sony NEX-5N can't fit. This is designed for point and shoot cameras which are too big to store in a handbag but too small for a full-blown camera bag.

Crumpler Pleasure Dome S
It has detachable shoulder straps that goes on and off via this sturdy plastic hook.

Sunday, September 23, 2012

Thai Bistro at Robinsons Magnolia!

*This establishment is now CLOSED, reopened at The Fort as Silk Road Thai Bistro.*

My mom grew up in Thailand. She lived there from age 3 to 21 because my grandfather was an aircraft engineer who got stationed there. As a result, she can speak Thai fluently and she can be quite judgmental when it comes to Thai restaurants. She's based in the States but she comes here once in a while. During those trips, I've taken her to at least three Thai restaurants, none of which impressed her.

Thai Bistro at Robinsons Magnolia
Anyhow, we were recently invited to the newly opened Thai Bistro at Robinsons Magnolia. I grabbed the above photo of the interiors from their Facebook Page. A lot of the decors were actually handcarried from Thailand.

Thai Pearl Milk Tea and Thai Green Tea at Thai Bistro
We started off with a couple of drinks. We ordered Thai Pearl Milk Tea and Thai Green Tea (P110 each). I found the Thai Pearl Milk Tea a tad too sweet, I liked the Thai Green Tea a lot better. The Thai Green Tea is actually jasmine tea with milk. It's light, milky, and refreshing at the same time.

Herbed Roti with Spicy Tomato Dip at Thai Bistro
Then we had Herbed Roti with Spicy Tomato Dip (P190, pictured above). Wow, this has got to be the best roti I've ever tasted. The spicy tomato dip is made with lime so it's zesty at the same time. The roti is also freshly baked and not oily since they don't cook it with butter. I love this dish!

Choo Chee Roti at Thai Bistro
Now this is the roti most of us are used to, Choo Chee Roti (P195, pictured above) which is buttered roti with curry dip. It's also very good since the roti is very chewy.

Thursday, September 20, 2012

My NESTLÉ FITNESSE 14-Day Journal

When I first started my weight loss journey late last year, diet was not a part of it. I was under the impression that if I burned off enough calories by going to the gym religiously, I could still eat the same way. I learned the hard way (think gym from 6:15am to 8am 5x a week) that you cannot eat as desired and rely solely on gym time to burn off everything. Don't get me wrong. Exercise is good and it helps you stay fit but your metabolism can only accommodate so much. Obviously, the next step was for me to overhaul my eating habits.

Nestle Fitnesse Facebook App
I kept a food diary and listed down every single thing I ate. I tried my best to limit myself to 1500 calories a day, lower if I could manage. I would read the nutrition facts of the food and drink I would take in -- if it was available, or I'd research online so I could estimate the number of calories. I did it manually. I wrote down everything with a pen in a notebook. But here's the thing -- now you can easily keep a food journal to ensure that you stick to your healthy eating program just by using the NESTLÉ FITNESSE 14-Day Journal Facebook App. You will have to like the NESTLÉ FITNESSE Philippines Facebook Page first so you can access the app.

Nestle Fitnesse Facebook App
Anyhow, upon starting the app, you will be asked to register with your personal information.

Nestle Fitnesse Facebook App
You will need to state your fitness goal plan and upload an avatar before you can get started. Hannah, Shen, and I will be there to show you the delicious balanced meals you can prepare while you're going through the NESTLÉ FITNESSE 14-Day Program.

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

How to minimize gatecrashing (a.k.a. Gatecrasher Prevention 101)

If you follow the strange but true(?) events happening on the Pinoy blogosphere, no doubt by now you've heard about the latest incident. In case you haven't, here's the short version: Blogger punches PR person during an event.

Merriam Webster Online

The long version is, please take note this is based on what I've heard because I was not there. Blogger supposedly goes to the event but is denied entry because she isn't invited. In short, she's a gatecrasher. In a fit of rage (I assume that's what it is) she hits (accounts vary -- some say slapped some say punched) the PR person. PR person allegedly does not retaliate. Of course, this is all just hearsay at this point.

Provided this account is accurate, I feel sorry for the PR person. She's just doing her job in not letting the gatecrasher through. After all, she has to protect her client's interest. If she were to accommodate every Tom, Dick, and Harry that would show up it would seriously affect her client's event in terms of logistics. Some guests would have to go without food, seats, and press kits because you can never prepare an unlimited number of them. The venue would get overcrowded, and so it wouldn't be comfortable anymore. I don't know why some people don't understand that. Personally, I find it so degrading to have to practically beg for invites or to show up uninvited hoping for accommodation. If they wanted you there you would have been invited. If not, good grief, please get a life and move on!

Gatecrashers seem unavoidable when it comes to press and blogger events. I have enough good friends in PR to know that bloggers aren't the only guilty parties when it comes to this, some traditional media people gatecrash too. Anyhow, I'm not posting to discuss the merits of gatecrashing (or the lack thereof). I just want to share some tips on how to minimize gatecrashing in events based on my own experiences as a blogger and (sometimes) blogger event organizer:

  1. Read before you invite.

    Laughable, yes? Believe it or not, this very basic thing is actually NOT being done by a lot of PR people. Before you invite such and such blogger / columnist / writer etc. please take the time to read what they've put out. This will actually give you a VERY GOOD idea of who to invite and not to invite because you get an insight as to what kind of person he/she is, how she thinks, and so forth. Is his/her blog full of cut and paste material? Does he/she connect and interact with her readers? You will better be able to gauge if the person is a good fit for the brand or company you're working with. You will also get a good idea of his/her ethics.
  2. Make it clear in your invitation that your event is strictly by invitation, non-transferable, and you are reserving one (1) seat for the invitee. 

    This is to discourage people from bringing companions when there is space for none. Likewise, if you are allowing plus one, indicate in the invitation that he/she may bring one (1) companion. This will minimize the chances of people bringing in a whole barangay. If plus ones are not allowed, feel free to say so.
  3. Follow up on an invitee's RSVP if he/she does not commit.

    It will help if you get it straight from the invitee if he/she is coming or not. This will help avoid misrepresentation since there are unscrupulous people who would show up claiming to be so and so's representative when in fact so and so never authorized anyone to proxy for him/her.
  4. Avoid posting anything about an event before it happens on public social networking sites like Twitter, Facebook, Plurk, etc.

    A lot of serial gatecrashers are constantly on the lookout for events to crash via social networking sites. They would follow and subscribe to PR people, media people, personalities. Let me explain. All it takes is a tweet, plurk, or FB status like "Who's going to the Nike event at The Fort tonight?" and there you have it... a gatecrasher magnet. These people are very resourceful. They will find out where at The Fort and what time. So please, refrain from posting such details on social networking sites.
  5. If you can, refrain from accommodating gatecrashers.

    Accommodating them just encourages them to do it again and again. One of the reasons why they're growing in numbers is because of the thought that they will always be accommodated if they show up. I attended an event wherein gatecrashers were allowed in. They had dinner just like everyone else. But when the time came for the tokens to be given out, they were told that "We're sorry. You are not on the guest list and so we cannot provide you with a token since every single one is accounted for.". 
Of course if you're actually gunning for a high number of attendees and lots of warm bodies, you can actually make it an open event wherein anyone can just register for it. There are actually some brands and PRs who think that is the way to go.

I will admit that there are times I dread being referred to as a blogger because of all the negative connotations that it carries. I just want to say that not all bloggers are loot bag grubbing bottom feeders who would do anything for a freebie. Enough said.


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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Dove Glowing Skin Billboard on EDSA

Okay, I've never even dared to dream of being on a billboard. I'm one of the most un-showbiz people around and I don't even watch TV... much less recognize most of the actors and actresses my kids' yaya keeps pointing out to me when we go out.

Dove Glowing Skin Billboard on EDSA
But there I am, on the Dove Glowing Skin Billboard on EDSA. I recently posted about women getting the chance to be on the next Dove billboard. You have until the end of October to give it a go.

Animetric for Dove by Pilar Tuason
This is the original photo taken by Pilar Tuason. Make-up by MAC Philippines.

This is the complete video of the Dove LED billboard ad for week #1.

They will change the photos every week so if you want to be a Dove girl, you still have a chance.

Visit the Dove Glowing Skin Billboard at these sites:

  1. EDSA Northbound, Paragon Building in Boni, Mandaluyong
  2. EDSA Southbound, near New Horizon Hotel

I guess I can now cross being on a billboard off my bucket list, haha! Back in 2012, I actually took on the Dove 7-Day No Mirror Challenge. So yes, I have actually tried using just Dove on my face. :)


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Introducing Shu Uemura Tsuya Skin!

Last September 1, I was introduced to what I believe is one of the best anti-aging serums in the market right now... Shu Uemura Tsuya Skin! Sorry, I'm just really a Shu Uemura fanatic hahaha!

Shu Uemura Tsuya Skin
Shu Uemura Tsuya Skin promises porcelain-fine, petal-soft, and translucent glowing skin in 7 days. This October, my birthday month, I will be one year older. That said, I will take this product for a road test and use it for a full month so I can personally see the effect complete with before and after photos. Yup yup, I even have a save-the-date for Oct. 1 when I will begin to use Tsuya.

Shu Uemura Tsuya Skin turns on your skin's youth power switch so that your skin regenerates quickly the way younger skin does. Shu Uemura has zeroed in on the 6 key elements for ideal skin -- smoothness, porelessness, translucence, even tone, fine texture, and even color. All these benefits have been crafted into this wonder serum. I'm so excited. XD

Shu Uemura Tsuya Skin at Picasso Boutique Hotel
Anyway, back to the program. I proceeded to Picasso Boutique Hotel in Makati where Shu Uemura reserved a suite just for the occasion.

Shu Uemura Tsuya Skin
There were Tsuya Skin bottles all in a row. I tried dropping some serum on my hand and wow, it smells like fresh flowers and it made my hand glow instantly. My hand suddenly had radiant, smooth, and glowing skin. Imagine what this could do to the face! One bottle costs P3,250 and I think that is very reasonable for a high end anti-aging product like this.

Shu Uemura Tsuya Skin
There was also a Tsuya Skin make-up demo to better showcase the look of Tsuya Skin. The model for the evening was Cara Manglapus, an up and coming jazz singer.

Monday, September 17, 2012

Sangobion and Smart Parenting awards mommy bloggers!

As most of you probably know, I was one of the contenders for the Sangobion Mommy Blogger Awards. From 50 mommy blogs all over the Pinoy blogosphere, Sangobion and Smart Parenting narrowed down the choices to ten. My blog was among the final ten. It was a surprise for me because I've never really seen my blog as a hardcore parenting blog. My kids are a lot older (they are both in gradeschool) compared to the other moms online and so I don't really have posts which cover infant-related concerns like breastfeeding or baby-wearing. While I did breastfeed when my kids were babies but more than a decade after my firstborn, it's not really something I talk about that often anymore.

Sangobion Mommy Blogger Awards
The awarding ceremony was held at Bar One in Holiday Inn Galleria. It was hosted by the effervescent Tintin Bersola-Babao.

Sangobion Mommy Blogger Awards
The final phase of the Sangobion Mommy Blogger Awards was a voting contest so three winners were determined by the total no. of online votes. The winners are as follows:
  1. Mommy Fleur (Grand Prize Winner)
  2. Animetric's World (First Runner Up)
  3. Chronicles of a Nursing Mom (2nd Runner Up)

There was also a special winner, Blogger's Choice, determined on site by the total no. of votes from the ten of us finalists. That award was bagged by Manila Mommy.

Sangobion Mommy Blogger Awards
Here's a brighter photo I grabbed off the Sangobion Mommies Facebook Page. Four of us bloggers are in the middle in this order: Fleur, myself, Jenny, and Neva.

Sangobion Mommy Blogger Awards
I want like to thank everyone who voted for me. Thank you also to Sangobion and Smart Parenting for the opportunity. :D

Sunday, September 16, 2012

Village Tavern at Bonifacio High Street Central

We were invited to dine at Village Tavern last August 30, 2012. Village Tavern is located at Bonifacio High Street Central in Fort Bonifacio Global City. It wasn't my first time there because it was part of the BHS Central Food Tour I attended last summer.

Village Tavern Menu
We started off with Grilled Chicken Spinach and Mixed Greens (P595, pictured above). Fresh spinach, seasonal greens, bacon, apple slices, cranberries, spiced pecans, blue cheese, sliced hard-boiled egg, and grilled chicken pieces are tossed together in a sweet vinaigrette. It even comes with an apple cinnamon muffin on the side, which was a very unique touch. It was a hit with the group and the servings were polished off in no time.

Village Tavern Philippines
Then we had Gruyere & Applewood-Smoked Bacon Flatbread (P495, pictured above). Flatbread is one of Village Tavern's specialties. They make it from scratch using whole wheat flour and bake it in their coal-fired oven. This one is topped with gruyere cheese, bacon, and caramelized onions. It's soooo good. If you can only try one kind of flatbread I highly recommend this one. The sweet-smoky-savory flavor is just too good for words.

Village Tavern BGC
Then there was Blackened Shrimp (P595, pictured above). Big juicy shrimps in bayou cream sauce and toasted homemade garlic bread on the side make for a scrumptious appetizer. The bread has the texture of a pancake except that it's more bread-like than cake-like. Yummy!

Village Tavern Bonifacio High Street
Crispy Chicken Tacos (P475, pictured above), another Village Tavern bestseller, was served next. Crispy chicken fingers with mango slaw and chipotle sauce are served with rice pilaf and baked black beans in chocolate sauce on the side. This alone is filling already and so we split one order among four people since there were still a lot of dishes lined up.

Friday, September 14, 2012

Samsung Concept Store opens at Robinsons Magnolia!

Last August 17, I witnessed the grand opening of the shiny new Samsung store at the newest mall in Quezon City, Robinsons Magnolia.

Samsung at Robinsons Magnolia
Samsung at Robinsons Magnolia
The event was well-attended by celebrities. Pictured above from left to right are Valerie Concepcion, Bangs Garcia, Empress Schuck, and Megan Young.

Samsung at Robinsons Magnolia Samsung at Robinsons Magnolia
Personalities Jim Paredes and Paolo Bediones were also there for the ribbon-cutting.

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