7-Eleven Earmarks 711 Million In Support For Franchisees

Philippine Seven Corporation (PSC), the exclusive licensor of 7-Eleven in the Philippines, announced their Pandemic Support Program (PSP) during the first online Franchise Town Hall Meeting in early June, and began disbursing funds on June 20.   Jose Victor Paterno, PSC President and CEO, said, “We recognized immediately that the country’s (and the world’s) battle with […]

Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar reopens doors

Heritage site Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar welcomes guests once again three months after the lockdown brought about by the novel coronavirus pandemic. The province of Bataan, where Las Casas found its home, has continued to register optimistic recovery statistics for the virus. And in cooperation with the local government, Las Casas is hopeful that […]

Oriental Palace offers three cook-it-yourself dishes that stay true to the essence of authentic Cantonese cuisine

By JULES VIVAS Ready-to-cook meals can be traced back to ‘50s America, after the frozen food company Swanson came up with the idea of packaging surplus turkey with other components that make up the typical American dinner, namely cornbread stuffing, buttered peas, and sweet potatoes. Swanson coined the term “TV dinner” in 1953 to market […]

Here’s what fast food chains are doing for future dine-in service

By JOHN LEGASPI  In previous reports, food establishments are allowed to do dine-in services at 50 percent capacity in areas under modified general community quarantine (MGCQ).  This will take place with strict compliance to the Department of Tourism (DOT) and Department of Trade and Industry’s (DTI) health and safety regulations. “Pinayagan na po ang dine-in operations pero hindi ponangangahulugan na piyesta at inuman na. Sa ngayon, ang dine-in ay para lang sa MGCQ. Kailangan pa rin sumunod sa health protocols (Dine-in operations […]

We’re halfway there

As the country slowly reopens, perhaps some art is all you need to make the transition a little bit more bearable.  This is why Leon Gallery, in partnership with ANCX.ph, will be having its mid-year auction for 2020 on June 20.  Here’s a quick preview of what to expect.  Juvenal Sansó (SN 10)  Juvenal Sansó’s detailed […]

Huawei AppGallery’s Top App Picks

Through the years, Huawei continues to revolutionize the way how consumers can make the most out of their mobile experiences. In line with this vision, the mobile leader has been introducing new products for consumers to fulfill not only their needs but also their passions. This year, Huawei welcomed the new decade with the launch […]

Meet Our Very First Homegrown Gravitational Physicist

By KERRY TINGA Renowned theoretical physicist Albert Einstein once said, “If you can’t explain it simply enough, you don’t understand it well enough.” So bear with me in this article. It would be much better if you referred any physics questions to Reginal Christian Bernardo, who has achieved the extraordinary milestone of becoming the country’s first homegrown gravitational physicist […]

After proposing to pay half of tourists’ trip expenses, Japan has banned arrivals from 111 countries

By VIANCA GAMBOA News of countries lifting travel restrictions have been circulating around the internet lately, and travelers are all kinds of excited for it. The national governments, however, have yet to make official decisions to reopen borders to avoid another wave of Covid-19 cases and contain the outbreak within their states. They are currently deliberating […]

La Salle Green Hills To Go Co-Ed

By KERRY TINGA The forthcoming school year will be quite a new experience for many students, particularly senior high students at La Salle Green Hills (LSGH). Since its establishment in 1959, LSGH has been known for its preeminent private Catholic school education. Their alumni include public servants, business tycoons, and entertainers, all male. That is […]