P&G Shares “Hope Stories” of Typhoon Yolanda Survivors

Almost one year ago, the strongest recorded typhoon globally, Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan), claimed thousands of lives and stripped numerous provinces in the Visayan region of homes and livelihood. With an estimated value of up to 35 Billion Pesos in damage (source: NDRMMC), the affected provinces and towns have since been dependent on government support and…

10 Things You Can Do to Keep Our Seas Trash-Free

In fully-furnished homes, you’ll usually find television sets, tables, chairs, coffee tables, desk lamps, sofa sets, refrigerators, rugs, plus curtains. These same items – even the proverbial kitchen sink – have all been retrieved from the sea. Because of improper waste disposal, untold amounts of garbage end up in our oceans to harm marine life.…

United States Supports Disaster Preparedness and Response Programme In Tublay, Benguet

Tublay Mayor Ruben Paoad, US Ambassador Philip S. Goldberg, UN World Food Programme (WFP) Representative and Country Director Praveen Agrawal, and United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Deputy Mission Director Reed Aeschliman visit the women coffee farmers of Tublay, Benguet, who have been assisted by the US Government through WFP for the disaster risk…

New World Makati Hotel Offers Unlimited Dim Sum and Live Seafood Buffet at Jasmine Restaurant

If you are looking for unlimited dim sum and authentic Chinese cuisine for lunch, New World Makati Hotel is introducing new ways to delight your cravings at their Jasmine restaurant. Apart from the traditional hot tea, patrons can enjoy Jasmine’s unlimited freshly-cooked dim sum lunch with a large premium Sapporo beer. Well-loved by patrons for its famously crisp…