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Sunday, 1 February 2015

Daryl Ong Thinking Out Loud Cover gone viral

Watch Darren Ong Thinking Out Loud Cover gone viral! As of this posting Daryl's cover of the song already viewed almost 600k.

Name: Daryl Neilsonn Ong
Nickname: Daryl
Birthday: March 24, 1987
Birth Place: Puerto Princesa, Philippines
Nationality: Filipino-Chinese

Video- Jason Dy performs Ed Sheeran's Thinking Out Loud on The Voice PH

Watch Jason Dy performs Ed Sheeran's Thinking Out Loud on The Voice of the Philippines Season 2.

Jason Dy on YouTUbe says:

I'm Jason James Dy. I'm 20. I am just a regular guy who happens to be very passionate about singing music is my life. Singing has always been a hobby of mine. I also write my own songs. Anyways, please do watch my vids and tell me what you think. Your comments mean a lot to me :) Please Subscribe!

Monique Lualhati Thinking Out Loud Cover Gone Viral

Ed Sheeran's Thinking Out Loud cover by Monique Lualhati gone viral.

Monique is a 23 year old girl who's aspiring to share her talent and music to different kinds of people.

She started joining competitions at the age of 15. GMA 7's Pinoy Pop Superstar was her first endeavor in the television and was able to win and defend her title as a champion for 2 weeks. Many TV competitions followed which includes Pinoy Idol and Are You The Next Big Star. She joined Talentadong Pinoy of ABC5.

Starting to earn herself some name in the industry, she was able to work as one of the casts of ABS-CBN's primetime teleserye, IDOL, starring Coco Martin and Sarah Geronimo. In this musical teleserye, she played Sarah Geronimo's friend, acting and singing with her.

So far, the peak of Monique's career was when she entered the Top 12 of ABS-CBN's X Factor Philippines and became a member of AKA JAM. She was able to sing a lot on TV and had more opportunities coming for her. She was able to show the Filipino viewers her talent, singing along with different stars in the Filipino show business.

Her group AKA JAM were one of the guest performers at Gary Valenciano's 30th anniversary concert "ARISE" last April 11 and 12, 2014. They performed at Chumash Casino in Sta. Barbara, California and at Harrah's Rincon Hotel and Casino in San Diego, California last February 2014.

Monique is a versatile singer. Her repertoire includes the songs of Aretha Franklin, Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, Christina Aguilera, Beyoncé Knowles, and a lot more. She can do any kinds of genre may it be pop, ballad, jazz, bossa nova, or soul. Owning a passion for music and singing, Monique always gave her best in every performance that she had.

Friday, 30 January 2015

Arrival Honors for the Fallen SAF Members Nasaan ang Pangulo

During the Arrival Honors for the Fallen 44 SAF Members the Philippine President is nowhere to find at the said arrival honors. The Philippine National Police and Armed Forces of the Philippines on Thursday gave arrival honors to the remains of 42 of the 44 fallen members of the PNP-Special Action Force who were slain in a firefight in Mamasapano town in Maguindanao Sunday.

In a televised speech on Wednesday night, President Aquino said the operation against Marwan and another terrorist, Bassit Usman, was an “actionable intelligence” signifying that security authorities needed to act immediately.

“’Sir, can I proceed with the mission?’ I don’t think I was asked that question… but if they will have to wait for me for their every action, then they will have to contend with other things occupying my attention,” he said.

Meanwhile, PNoy goes to car plant opening as fallen SAF men arrive. After the two-hour arrival honors at Villamor Airbase, the remains of the victims were brought to different funeral parlors.

A necrological service for the fallen heroes is scheduled on Friday at Camp Bagong Diwa in Taguig City.

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Thursday, 29 January 2015

Bakery Fair 2015- Schedule and Updates

Bakery Fair Philippines is the most anticipated event among the people in the baking and food service industry. From the successful bakery entrepreneurs to small home based bakery owners, from international and local baking related professionals to traders, from students/faculties to bread enthusiasts in different regions of the country, all gathered together to experience this exquisite occasion and for the passion of baking.

Bakery Fair 2015 will run from January 30 until February 1, 2015

Held every biennial in World Trade Center Manila, with more than 13,000 visitors and hundreds of exhibitor certainly the Bakery Fair event is the no. 1 main source of baking supplies and solutions here in the Philippines.

In year 2001, Filipino-Chinese Bakery Association organized the first Bakery Fair with the participation of Bakery and Allied Members along with other baking and food players. All joined hand in hand with one mission and that is to uplift the Philippine Baking Industry.

As of this date, Bakery Fair Philippines has indeed gone a long way by bringing all together the baking pillars, amateurs, key decision makers and visitors in one remarkable event. Giving a quality exhibit that provides traders an endless possibilities and opportunities to reach their target market; and offer visitors a great learning experience and solution for their business needs.

"This coming 2015, as we present the 8th International Exhibition on Bakery, Confectionery, Foodservice Equipment and Supplies tradeshow, Bakery Fair 2015 offers an outstanding line up of exhibitors featuring their finest baked/food products and services that will be available in the market soon.

Bakery Fair 2015 will surely bring a lot of excitement, innovative ideas and creative techniques for each and everyone with baking seminars, product demonstrations, cake displays and competitions from world class bakers and different companies.

We all welcome you to witness this much awaited event in 2015. Don’t miss your chance to celebrate with us and be part of the most comprehensive tradeshow here in the Philippines. Bakery Fair 2015 coming very soon."

Visit the official website, HERE! 

Tuesday, 27 January 2015

"Comet" Movie Trailer- showing in Philippines this February

Comet,” stars Golden Globe nominee Emmy Rossum (“The Day After Tomorrow,” “The Phantom of the Opera,” “Mystic River”) and Justin Long (“Live Free or Die Hard,” “He’s Just Not That Into You”).

“Comet” is an original modern love story that follows Kimberly (Rossum) and Dell (Long), who first meet at the Hollywood cemetery where they’ve both come to watch a meteor shower.

Kimberly is brilliant and beautiful; Dell is nerdy and pessimistic, but with an incredibly sharp mind and direct manner. While she and he are not a natural pair, they are cosmically drawn to each other and, under a night sky, luminous with falling stars, they begin their epic love story.

As the opening title card states the events “take place over six years (a few paralleluniverses over).”

But what starts as a typical romance quickly turns dreamlike as viewers leap back and forth in time, examining their eventual six-year relationship through the lens of their meeting and four other pivotal moments: a monumental fight at a friend’s wedding in Paris; a break up conversation after Dell has moved to New York; a reconnection on a train ride along the California coast; and finally, when Dell pops in on Kimberlyunexpectedly in her home in the Hollywood Hills.

The leaps between these moments are seamlessly woven together to create a sense that this love story transcends time and space and that Kimberly and Dell are destined to be together, if not in this universe, then maybe the next.

Content Media introduced and screened the film to international distributors for the first time at the 2014 American Film Market (AFM) last November and was then picked up by Solar Pictures, among other films.

“The universal theme and inventive storytelling in ‘Comet’ have us believing that audiences will really connect with the film,” said Content Media President of Film Jamie Carmichael. “We were drawn in immediately and are happy to have this film…”

COMET opens in cinemas nationwide on February 25, 2014 and is released by Solar Pictures.

Sunday, 25 January 2015

Salamander amphibious tricycle- Philippine Made

If you're into car customization, the name Atoy Llave will certainly ring a bell. The man behind Atoy Bodykits and the company's aftermarket exterior designs is quite popular among Filipino car lovers. The curious thing you see here in this video--the Salamander amphibious trike--is Llave's latest creation.

According to motoring magazine Top Gear Philippines report, it has a 5kW electric engine and a 250cc gasoline motor, 1 electric and 1 internal-combustion, and a 6-person seating capacity (4 in water).

Wednesday, 21 January 2015

Watch Barack Obama State of Union 2015 Live and Replay

US President Barack Obama delivered the State of the Union Address on Tuesday, January 20 (Wednesday, January 21 in Manila), the most important speech in the American political calendar.

“So the verdict is clear. Middle-class economics works. Expanding opportunity works. And these policies will continue to work, as long as politics don’t get in the way.”
Live coverage of this event has concluded. Drag the counter along the timeline below to replay. The full video will be posted on the White House YouTube channel momentarily.

Here is the full text and video of the 2015 State of the Union, as delivered by President Obama.

Mr. Speaker, Mr. Vice President, Members of Congress, my fellow Americans:
We are 15 years into this new century. Fifteen years that dawned with terror touching our shores; that unfolded with a new generation fighting two long and costly wars; that saw a vicious recession spread across our nation and the world. It has been, and still is, a hard time for many.
But tonight, we turn the page.
Tonight, after a breakthrough year for America, our economy is growing and creating jobs at the fastest pace since 1999. Our unemployment rate is now lower than it was before the financial crisis. More of our kids are graduating than ever before; more of our people are insured than ever before; we are as free from the grip of foreign oil as we’ve been in almost 30 years.
Tonight, for the first time since 9/11, our combat mission in Afghanistan is over. Six years ago, nearly 180,000 American troops served in Iraq and Afghanistan. Today, fewer than 15,000 remain. We salute the courage and sacrifice of every man and woman in this 9/11 Generation who has served to keep us safe. We are humbled and grateful for your service.
America, for all that we’ve endured; for all the grit and hard work required to come back; for all the tasks that lie ahead, know this:
The shadow of crisis has passed, and the State of the Union is strong.
At this moment  – with a growing economy, shrinking deficits, bustling industry, and booming energy production  – we have risen from recession freer to write our own future than any other nation on Earth. It’s now up to us to choose who we want to be over the next fifteen years, and for decades to come.
Will we accept an economy where only a few of us do spectacularly well? Or will we commit ourselves to an economy that generates rising incomes and chances for everyone who makes the effort?
Will we approach the world fearful and reactive, dragged into costly conflicts that strain our military and set back our standing? Or will we lead wisely, using all elements of our power to defeat new threats and protect our planet?
Will we allow ourselves to be sorted into factions and turned against one another  – or will we recapture the sense of common purpose that has always propelled America forward?
In two weeks, I will send this Congress a budget filled with ideas that are practical, not partisan. And in the months ahead, I’ll crisscross the country making a case for those ideas.
So tonight, I want to focus less on a checklist of proposals, and focus more on the values at stake in the choices before us.

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Pope Francis Homily in Luneta Quirino Mass- Transcript

Read below the full transcript of Pope Francis' homily during his final mass in the Philippines before more than 6 million Filipinos at the Luneta Quirino Grandstand in Manila on Sunday, January 18.
A child is born to us, a son is given us ” (Is 9:5). It is a special joy for me to celebrate Santo Niño Sunday with you. The image of the Holy Child Jesus accompanied the spread of the Gospel in this country from the beginning. Dressed in the robes of a king, crowned and holding the scepter, the globe and the cross he continues to remind us of the link between God’s Kingdom and the mystery of spiritual childhood. He tells us this in today’s Gospel: “ Whoever does not accept the Kingdom of God like a child will not enter it” (Mk 10 :15). The Santo Niño continues to proclaim to us that the light o f God’s grace has shone upon a world dwelling in darkness, bringing the Good News of our freedom from slavery, and guiding us in the paths o f peace, right and justice. The Santo Niño also reminds us of our call to spread the reign of Christ throughout the world.
In these days, throughout my visit, I have listened to you sing the song: “We are all God’s children”. That is what the Santo Niño tells us. He reminds us of our deepest identity. All of us are God’s children, members of God’s family. Today Saint Paul has told us that in Christ we have become God’s adopted children, brothers and sisters in Christ. This is who we are. This is our identity. We saw a beautiful expression of this when Filipinos rallied around our brothers and sisters affected by the typhoon.
The Apostle tells us that because God chose us, we have been richly blessed! God “has blessed us in Christ with every spiritual blessing in the heavens” (Ep h 1:3). These words have a special resonance in the Philippines, for it is the foremost Catholic country in Asia; this is itself a special gift of God , a blessing. But it is also a vocation. Filipinos are called to be outstanding missionaries of the faith in Asia.
God chose and blessed us for a purpose: to be holy and blameless in his sight. He chose us, each of us to be witnesses of his truth and his justice in this world. He created the world as a beautiful garden and asked us to care for it. But through sin, man has disfigured that natural beauty; through sin, man has also destroyed the unity and beauty of our human family, creating social structures which perpetuate poverty, ignorance and corruption.
Sometimes, when we see the troubles, difficulties and wrongs all around us, we are tempted to give up. It seems that the promises of the Gospel do not apply; they are unreal. But the Bible tells us that the great threat to God’s plan for us is, and always has been, the lie.
The devil is the father of lies. Often he hides his snares behind the appearance of sophistication, the allure of being “modern”, “like everyone else”. He distracts us with the promise of ephemeral pleasures, superficial pastimes. And so we squander our God-given gifts by tinkering with gadgets; we squander our money on gambling and drink; we turn in on ourselves. We forget to remain focused on the things that really matter.
We forget to remain, at heart, children of God. That is sin: to forget at heart that we are children of God. For children, as the Lord tells us, have their own wisdom, which is not the wisdom of the world. That is why the message of the Santo Niño is so important. He speaks powerfully to all of us. He reminds us of our deepest identity, of what we are called to be as God’s family.
The Santo Niño also reminds us that this identity must be protected. The Christ Child is the protector of this great country. When he came into the world, his very life was threatened by a corrupt king. Jesus himself needed to be protected. He had an earthly protector: Saint Joseph. He had an earthly family, the Holy Family of Nazareth. So he reminds us of the importance of protecting our families, and those larger families which are the Church, God’s family, and the world, our human family. Sadly, in our day, the family all too often needs to be protected against insidious attacks and programs contrary to all that we hold true and sacred, all that is most beautiful and noble in our culture. In the Gospel, Jesus welcomes children, he embraces them and blesses them (Mk 10:16). We too need to protect, guide and encourage our young people, helping them to build a society worthy of their great spiritual and cultural heritage. Specifically, we need to see each child as a gift to be welcomed, cherished and protected. And we need to care for our young people, not allowing them to be robbed of hope and condemned to life on the streets.
It was a frail child, in need of protection, who brought God’s goodness, mercy and justice into the world. He resisted the dishonesty and corruption which are the legacy of sin, and he triumphed over them by the power of his cross. Now, at the end of my visit to the Philippines, I commend you to Him, to Jesus who came among us as a child. May he enable all the beloved people of this country to work together, protecting one another, beginning with your families and communities, in building a world of justice, integrity and peace. May the Santo Niño continue to bless the Philippines and to sustain the Christians of this great nation in their vocation to be witnesses and missionaries of the joy of the Gospel, in Asia and in the whole world.
And please, don't forget to pray for me! God bless you all!"
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