February 5, 2016

China in Two Flavor Profiles

Red Lantern Barbecued Pork Belly (AUGUST)

By Sylvia Reynoso Gala |   Liven up the Chinese New Year with these wonderful finds from some of Manila’s finest restaurants. Gong Xi Fa Chai! Cantonese cuisine at Red Lantern Take Solaire Hotel and Casino’s Red Lantern restaurant. Their hugely popular dim sum buffet, for instance, trots out the dumpling flavors we know by heart—from Continue Reading


England: Kingdom Come


Text and photos by JOANNE ZAPANTA-ANDRADA Forever known as the quintessential nation of literature and royalty, England has long cast a romantic spell on the rest of the world. Having spent my entire life reading Shakespeare, Jane Austen and the Bronte sisters, I could not think of a better place to spend my birthday than in Continue Reading


February 4, 2016

#TBT Mincing (no) Words with Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago


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From Justin Bieber to Barack Obama — the witty senator fires up the screen in this funny interview, when she was named as one of the magazine’s People of the Year in 2011.


Jayson Castro: Clear as the Blur


By Joyce Reyes-Aguilla | Who would not cheer for a six-time Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) titlist, two-time Most Valuable Player (MVP) and three-time Best PBA Player of the Conference awardee? Even in Asia, where Jayson Castro battles alongside his Gilas brethren against more highly fancied powerhouse teams, his game has earned awe and respect. He has been named Continue Reading


PeopleAsia Feb-March 2016: Behind the Scenes

Pia group photo

In the midst of Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach’s excitement, thoughts of wanting to share her journey to the crown never left the newly, and rightfully, crowned Miss Universe 2015.    While many others were still focused on the coronation night’s events, PeopleAsia was two steps, or should we say strides, ahead and immediately contacted the Miss Universe Organization (MUO) Continue Reading


February 3, 2016

Maine Mendoza: Once Upon a Dream

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By BÜM D. TENORIO JR. |   Once upon a time, in the not-so-far-away town of Sta. Maria in Bulacan, there lived a girl named Maine Mendoza, who grew up with very low self-esteem. The very quiet girl wanted to become an artista but she knew she was not beautiful enough to enter Tinseltown. She Continue Reading


21 Salute


All-New XC90 Powerplant Display(WEB)

Volvo Philippines celebrates its 21st year in the country by giving a preview of the all-new Volvo XC90 to members of the media. The new generation of the iconic Volvo SUV was previewed at the North Court of the Powerplant Mall, Rockwell Center. Set in the midst of plush white carpets and wood accents, the Continue Reading


February 1, 2016

Finishing Touch


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A look is never complete withouth the right attitude and the perfect accessories.       Photography by DAN YUSAY HARVEY / Creative Direction by CHINO CORRALES / Styling by ROKO ARCEO Make-Up by ERWIN ONING / Hair by EDDIE MAR CABILTES / Words by JOSE PAOLO DELA CRUZ

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January 22, 2016

Alden Richards: Prince of Noon


With dimples in place and impeccable manners in tow, Alden Richards walks into the vintage halls of Sampaguita Gardens. He is welcomed with fanatic ruckus, as a handful of fans who got wind of the shoot vigilantly waited for him and Maine a few hours before; reminiscent of the same fanfare that Guy and Pip (Nora Aunor and Tirso Cruz III), enjoyed in the glory days of Philippine Cinema.

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Zsa Zsa Padilla: The Art of Living & Loving


A factoid about the Divine Diva: when she was in college, the young Esperanza Padilla did not have her head in the clouds devising ways to be as well-known as her famous relatives.