Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Hip-Hop Grannies in Beijing, China

As I went home from work early morning of this week, I was so amazed to see in Unang Hirit the so-called “Granny Hip-Hop Instructor” in Beijing China. To my amazement to the so-called “Hip-Hop Granny”, I decided to search it on the web and post it here in my blog. Hope you guys will be amazed, too. ^_^

Hip-Hop dance is a social or choreographed dance style primarily danced to a Hip-Hop music (a rhythmic, dynamic and usually fast type of music), which is commonly popular to teenagers. But who could have thought that this special form of dancing can also become a trend amongst senior citizens in Beijing China where a “Hip-Hop Grannies” were formed.

Sunday, January 24, 2010

People Asia Magazine's 2009 People of the Year Awardees

The People Asia Magazine is one of the most respected publications in the Philippines.

Since its foundation way back 2004, it has been its yearly routine to honor outstanding personalities whose lives and achievements have contributed to society in a positive way. This is done by giving a “People of the Year” award to those exemplary individuals. As for me, I think this is one way of saying “Sikat ang Pinoy”.

Friday, January 22, 2010

6.1 Magnitude Aftershock Earthquake Rattled Haiti

Last Wednesday (January 20, 2010), a week after a 7.0 magnitude earthquake that struck Haiti leaving 200,000 people dead; a strong aftershock once again hit the country around 6:03 am, just before sunrise while many people were still asleep. The aftershock was first estimated at 6.1 magnitude then later revised it to 5.9 magnitude alarming masses of people camping on the streets.

"" helping victims of Typhoon Ondoy is now on FACEBOOK

“” is a website which is included in the Palarong SEO contest with a theme “Sikat ang Pinoy”. The contest aims to help the victims of typhoon Ondoy (which is internationally known as Ketsana) that hits our country (Philippines) September of last year; leaving almost all cities in Metro Manila and many adjoining provinces in a devastated condition plus a high numbers of people and animals dead.

Sunday, January 17, 2010

Feast of Sto. Niño (Feast of Child Jesus Christ, Tondo Manila)

The “Santo Niño” or “Holy Child” is a Roman Catholic figure of the Child Jesus Christ. And being on a country where most of the citizens are Roman Catholic, Filipinos are known to be a great follower and really devoted to all their patron saints. Our love and devotions to Christ Child is phenomenal.

Saturday, January 16, 2010

How You Can Help Haiti Earthquake Victims

Last Wednesday before heading to work, I was able to watch news on TV about the earthquake that hits Haiti and I was so saddened to see thousands of people died in the said disaster.

Haiti is considered to be the poorest in the Western Hemisphere with four out of five people living in poverty and more than half in abject poverty. There is concern that Haitian emergency services are unable to cope with a major disaster and the country is “economically vulnerable” by the Food and Agriculture Organization. Plus, it has been struck by multiple hurricanes which caused flooding and widespread damage in the country. Its long history of political and corruption has also added to the turmoil.

Thursday, January 14, 2010

The Limited Edition 2010 Starbucks Coffee Planner

Every Christmas season, all Starbucks lovers or Starbucks addicts (just like me) are all excited to its annual Christmas promo which is their Limited Edition Starbucks Coffee Planner. ^_^

Just like the yearly routine, the promo is open from the 4th of November till the 6th of January. And as the usual mechanics of the promo, the customers just have to complete all the stickers in the Starbucks Christmas Tradition Promo Card to be able to redeem the Limited Edition 2010 Starbucks Coffee Planner.

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Feast of Black Nazarene (Quiapo, Manila)

The 9th of January is considered to be one of the most spectacular religious events in the Philippine history. Because it is during this day, Filipinos celebrates the Feast of the Black Nazarene --- a day-long event and long-held practice of Filipino Catholics.

The Black Nazarene is famously noted for its devotees who walk the procession streets barefooted as to imitate Jesus Christ on his way to Mount Cavalry. It is a life-size, dark-colored wooden sculpture of Jesus Christ carrying a cross which is said to be miraculous by many of its Filipino devotees. Its statue was brought here in Manila by a Spanish priest way back 1607 aboard a ship. The ship then caught fire, burning the image and thus came to be known as the “Black Nazarene”. Though its image has been burnt, people still decided not just to preserve it but to honor it, as well. And ever since then, miraculous things have been experienced by those who touch its image.

Wednesday, January 6, 2010


Mumps or Epidemic Parotitis is a viral illness caused by a paramyxovirus of the genus Rubulavirus (mumps virus); that usually spreads through saliva and can infect many parts of the body, especially the parotid salivary glands. This disease is also known as salivary gland infections.

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Sikat ang PINOY

“Sikat ang Pinoy” is a Tagalog SEO Competition that runs from November 30, 2009 till February 14, 2010. It is a competition that requires participants to promote a particular keyword which is “Sikat ang Pinoy”.

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