Grab that International Conference!

You might have high expectations on this post and expect that I’ll be able to feed your hungry passions for blogging and connections but this is highly derived from personal experience that you might or might not relate (if you don’t dare to be a little crazy).For the past 2 years, I have been invited to the following conferences: with famous Indonesian Bloggers, Nonadita and … Continue reading Grab that International Conference!

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Be Body Beautiful at any age: Spiral Aging

Since I just turned 26 and I am aware about the changes that take place in a woman’s body, I’d like to support Wacoal’s campaign of spreading awareness about the changes in our bodies and how to feel good about it by Being Body Beautiful at Any Age. Did you know and did you realize that the skin’s turning point is at 25 years old. How … Continue reading Be Body Beautiful at any age: Spiral Aging

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Hari Batik Selalu

Sibika at Kultura is the subject in elementary where young Filipinos learn history and enhance awareness of their cultural and social ability and distinction among other nationalities. In my case, that’s when I first fell in love with batik. According to researches, Batik is a cloth that is traditionally made using a manual wax-resist dyeing technique which is an ancient art form that has said to have … Continue reading Hari Batik Selalu

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What I learned about Surfing

On top of my list when I was in my early 20s (Goodness! I’m saying this now!) was to surf, first was to climb a mountain. I usually have a timeline for my plans, Climb a mountain: 18, Travel abroad: 25, (both were realized before the deadline by the way. haha) but for surfing, it was just in my list but I never believed in actually … Continue reading What I learned about Surfing

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Japanese Free Papers in SE Asia

I am a media person.  I grew up watching TV, reading magazines and listening to radios that led me to pursue some works in the media industry. I then got very passionate to advertising, marketing and to the platform that doesn’t limit information only in tri-media, the world wide web.But being exposed to publishing in the Philippines for quite a long time, I can say … Continue reading Japanese Free Papers in SE Asia

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Unlimited Philippines

It’s amazing how everything that is ‘unlimited’ becomes a hit in the Philippines. I remember when I was in Jakarta and when I was looking at the billboard and TV ads, I noticed that everything says ‘gratis’ and I wonder if it’s what help them sell the product to the Indonesians.So Filipinos like unlimited and Indonesians like gratis or free? Here’s the Globe (one of the … Continue reading Unlimited Philippines

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I blog

‘Thank you for flying with Air Asia‘ was my famous line because of my white top and red-orange skirt that everyone made fun of during the Asean Bloggers Conference 2011 in Bali, Indonesia (but I actually flew via Cebu Pacific: MNL-KL and Air Asia: KL-DPS), which we prefer to call Southeast Asian Bloggers Conference  after a few intense discussions among bloggers in the neighboring countries … Continue reading I blog

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Ohanami (お花見)

Photo taken by Tomomi Endo (April 2012)Thanks for your never-ending support sensei! I haven’t experienced “four seasons” (since The Philippines has only rainy and sunny days) and lately, since I’ve been surrounded by a lot of Japanese friends, co-workers and even Taku, I’ve seen the appreciation of the Japanese in the change of seasons that I find very admirable. I’ve received some emails from friends … Continue reading Ohanami (お花見)

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