Who could ever forget the Baked Salmon of Conti’s? If you cut into it, you’ll get a cross-section of tender flakes of pink salmon topped with a creamy garlic sauce and a layer of cheese. On the side, you get a colorful mix of diced carrots, corn, and peas served alongside a helping of paella. […]
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Copernicus’ Atmospheric Monitoring Service – the European Union’s earth monitoring program – has reported that the largest hole ever observed in the ozone layer is now closed. (LOOK: Air Pollution in Manila Has Dropped During Quarantine) Scientists first spotted the 1 million square kilometer hole forming over the Arctic in late March and considered it […]
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The Department of Health disclosed last April 25 that the Philippines and Japan have begun discussing clinical trials for an anti-flu drug which may work as a COVID-19 cure. (Oxford group could have first few million doses of COVID-19 vaccine ready by September, if effective) Health Spokesperson Ma. Rosario Vergeire clarified that the agreement is […]
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Hashbrowns may be one of the easiest recipes out there but for some reason, our home-cooked versions never quite capture the taste of those from good ol’ McDonald’s. With the enhanced community quarantine still extending over various parts of Luzon, this is probably leaving some of you with intense cravings for it. Luckily, Michelin-trained chef […]
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With the wearing of face masks outdoors becoming a requirement to cope with the “new normal,” those in the deaf and hard-of-hearing community are confronted with a difficult challenge to communicate with one another. But some people have thought of the perfect solution: see-through masks! For the past month, many students, nurses, and tailors have […]
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Lea Salonga is a Disney Legend for providing the singing voice of Mulan and Princess Jasmine, and she’s back as the latter for Disney’s new storytelling video. While everyone is at home during the global pandemic, Disney launched a storytelling project, where Salonga read a short story about Princess Jasmine called “A Proper Princess” from […]
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In case you’ve seen everything you wanted to see on Netflix and from studios that have shared their content for free, here’s something you can check out: Moosic Lab and the Japanese Film Festival have uploaded indie Japanese films for you to watch. The news was announced by the Embassy of Japan in the Philippines […]
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Here’s something to cheer up your day: the SexBomb Girls reunited amid the enhanced community quarantine to catch up with each other, ask for donations, and even perform their hit song “Daisy Siyete,” which is also the theme song of their hit show of the same name. Watch it below: In the video, Rochelle […]
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The temporary closure of Subic’s Ocean Adventure theme park amid the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has not only affected employees but also the many marine animals living inside it. Now, the park is calling for help to keep its animals alive and well while the lockdown remains in place. In a statement made by Robert […]
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To help further curb the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Pasig City mayor Vico Sotto will be implementing a new “barangay coding” scheme in the city starting next week. The local government unit made the announcement on its Facebook page, revealing that each barangay will only be allowed to leave their homes to do […]
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