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Shoot : Mac Fantasy of Flowers retail launch at Shangri-la Mall last March 21 and at Power Plant Mall last March 30.

Mac took a different way of presenting this collection. Instead of the usual, make-up demo they have a short whimsical dance performance at the entrance of their shop. The costume and routine are the exact same props that they used in the Fantasy of Flowers launches in other countries. 



Glad to be part of National Geographic Channel’s Cosmos: A Space-time Odyssey Viewing party. Being part means part of the Technical crew, this time as their Video Spinner. (All around in events is the key to success! Haha!)

Cosmos is one of the most awaited  TV series in National Geographic Channel, it’s a sequel to 1908’s Carl Sagan space educational series “Cosmos: A Personal Voyage." It premiered last March 12, 2014 in National Geographic Channel. 

The event happened last March 7 at  the Mind Museum, graced by media, bloggers and NGC’s special guests. Aside from the viewing, they also launched the National Geographic Channel’s Viewing Pod (the black edgy module on the photo above) where Mind Museum visitors can watch the best National Geographic Shows. The pod will be up for two months. 

The event was mounted by MITH MANILA events group. 



Wakeboarding at Republic Wake Park in Nuvali! :)

The Architectural and Interior Source showroom marked its opening at the Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. The event witnessed a rare reunion of some of the country’s notable architects and interior designers, all together in one night to celebrate the successful opening of a high-end and sleek quality tiles and sanitary wares showroom that offers endless possibilities in design. The line-up includes the prestigious selection of Spanish tiles such as Saloni, APE, La Platera & Vidrepur and the most advanced macerator from France, Saniflo, which enables the installation of toilets and sanitary wares everywhere without the major works. 


The members of the press were also present to witness the launch. In his opening remarks, AIS CEO Architect Buck Sia explained that the initial “AIS” is also his surname spelled backwards. The man’s candid remarks during his foreword immediately made guests feel comfortable in preparation for an event of discovery and lasting impressions.  Afterwards, guests were treated to a personal walk through of the showroom, which Sia led himself. 

Some of the guests who graced the event are Philip Cu-unjieng, Issa Litton with Archt. Buck Sia


 Archt. Choie Funk, Atty. Benedict Tugonon, Archts. Nikki Buensalido & Jason Buensalido


Sia’s systematic and detailed explanation of the showroom’s layout and design showed the efforts he and his team has put together to showcase their products the best way possible. Atypical of tile merchandise display where tiles tend to bombard customers in the way they are displayed, the AIS showroom’s design successfully harmonizes the different styles of their products in a sophisticated and well-considered manner. This proved important so as not to intimidate clients who are in the process of making significant decisions for their space. It helped that the showroom is fashioned after Sia’s architectural modern aesthetic, which marries form and function effectively. The balance of space and accent lighting are also to admire as it subconsciously make way for a comprehensive viewing. 

Despite describing himself as a progressive architect leaning towards modernism, Sia also gave much consideration to brands that feature other styles, specifically one that caters to a more fashionable and bolder taste like Ape.  Prestige Spanish tile brand Saloni, on the other hand, is more classical and architectural.  He said he personally handpicked the designs that for him best depict the Filipino market, reflecting the latest global trends in tile technology and forward thinking. 

The Saniflo area created a buzz during the event, as guests were fascinated to see the actual operating mechanism. Condo dwellers looking to move or install additional bathrooms would be pleased to know that Saniflo enables the construction of wet facilities with minimal structural alterations. Sia was quick to explain to everyone that Saniflo actually features an “install anywhere” technology.


AIS is by Intranet Trade International Inc. (iTrade), a subsidiary of Cebu Bionic Builder Supply Inc. The umbrella company has been a leader in bringing innovative design solutions since the 1990s. They were the first to introduce a finishing showroom in Cebu back in 1991, bringing in a new breed of quality and forward-looking designs from Europe. 


AIS is located at the 2nd Floor of Forum South Global, 7th Avenue cor. Federacion Drive, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. Store opens between Mondays through Saturdays, from 9AM – 6PM. Log on to for more details.

Just because I’m included in the News Feature….


Several activities held from March 4-8 highlighted the celebration of the Department of Communication’s 50th year and its Communication Week titled Breakthrough.  The week-long celebrations kicked off with an exhibit opening at the SMT Foyer attended by Miriam College President Dr. Rosario O. Lapus, selected Communication students, faculty, and staff.

Comm and Watch, a movie marathon from the films of Communication alumnae prepared by MCinema was held the next day. The movies featured were “Ang Tanging Ina” and “Feng Shui” two box office movies produced Tess V. Fuentes; and “Amok” and “Posas”, both from Cinemalaya Film Festival by  independent film producer Krisma Fajardo. 

The annual Patok na Patalks was held on March 6 with Communication alumni representing different fields as speakers.  Guests were Stan Castillo and Vanya Peralta for events management, Camille Abadicio for broadcast, Pau Guevarra for photography, Filemon Elefante for journalism, and  Kim Subido for advertising. 
March 7 was devoted for COMMpete, a series of on-the-spot contests for digital photography, digital poster making, essay writing, and digital filmmaking.  The contestants were given the entire day to work on their entries which were later  judged by Nancy Concepcion and Mae Ann Chua for filmmaking; Romille Alberto and Rian Hernandez for poster making; Robert Fontanilla and Arie Roque for photography;  and JB Bolaños and Rian Hernandez for essay writing. Lucilen Regodon served as the head of the event. Winners per category received a cash prize of Php3,000 sponsored by VirtuallyIncredible.

As a culminating activity last March 8, the department invited Senator Orly Mercado, former chairperson of the Department of Communication, to share his experience as a media practitioner and how it helped him get to where he is now. He also imparted words of wisdom to the young students on how to succeed in the real world. The celebration closed with a special salo-salo with students, administrators and faculty who all contributed to make the event a success. 

This is how I define a perfect weekend road trip : 

1. Driving across the mountains of Sierra Madre Mountain Range and getting lost in its amazing scenery.

2. Staying in awesome hotel by the shore with comfortable lounges that show off the endless beauty of the ocean.

3. Eating great food with high quality service.

4. Drinking it up, while the sun is still up.

5. Giving your adrenaline a rush by crossing an unstable-looking hanging bridge and discovering hidden spots that you haven’t seen before.

6. Surf the waves of the largest body of water in the world.

7. Capturing a breathtaking view of the sunset.

8. Doing 1 to 7 with the people who matter. 

In our world, every month is summer, and now it’s just around the corner!