Monday, August 30, 2010

Watch a Movie, Feed a Child


In keeping with its altruistic mission to feed at least 120,000 malnourished children each year, HAPAG-ASA invites the movie-going public – young and old, sectarian and non-sectarian alike to watch “The 13th Day” for it only takes P10 a day or P1,200 for 6 months to feed a hungry child and help him improve his future.

Channeling entertainment to sustain Pondo ng Pinoy & Assisi Foundation’s mission, proceeds of the movie will go directly to HAPAG-ASA. Further reaching out to broader audiences’ participation in HAPAG-ASA’S mission to feed the (hungry and malnourished) Filipino children–  “The 13th Day” ticket prices in Ayala cinemas are pegged at P75.00 for block screenings and at P100.00 for walk-in patrons.

For advanced online ticket purchase, check out Ayala’s Interests for group and block screenings may call 632-1003 or send email to

Witness the greatest miracle of the 20th Century, and experience the incredible, emotionally-charged and often harrowing world of three young children whose choice to remain loyal to their beliefs, even in the face of death, would inspire thousands. 

“The 13th Day” will open September 8 at Greenbelt 3, Glorietta 4, TriNoma, Market!Market!, Alabang Town Center and (consecutively) in Ayala Center Cebu and in Marqueemall at Angeles, Pampanga.

Saturday, August 28, 2010

The 10 Healthiest Ethnic Cuisines

I love to eat and enjoy trying out different dishes. Find out what the 10 healthiest cuisines from all over the world are.

Here's two:

Vietnamese food

Thai food

Find out about the other eight here.

Sunday, August 8, 2010

Disney Look-a-Likes

I love watching animated movies. So it is with amusement and a sense of fun that I share with you guys three photos I saw from the Huffingtonpost website.

A very cute Russel from "Up"

Simba and Nala from "The Lion King"

Timon and Pumbaa (I love this shot!)
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