BUDDHA BAR:Sartorial Night

BUDDHA BAR:Sartorial Night 
Buddha-Bar Manila launched Sartorial Nights last Friday, May 3, 2013 which showcased the fantastic line-up of Frederick Peralta and was hosted by the beautiful Phoemela Barranda.
Every Friday night will be a night full of beautiful and fashionable people, all ready to dine, wine and party.
Everyone gets the chance to be awarded as the Sartorial Night man and women every Friday, with special prizes for the winners!

They are also giving away loads of prizes, including trips to Kuala Lumpur and Bali, Indonesia, a $600 South Sea pearl pendant cast in 18K gold from Jewelmer, and the grand prize at the end of the month, a French Iconic bag worth over P100,000!

To be able to join the raffle guests just need to pay P500 door fee for the night

The Professional Models Association of the Philippines (PMAP) struts the night away, showcasing the works of Frederick Peralta.

SINGAPORE: The Mermaid and the Merlions

SINGAPORE: The Mermaid and the Merlions

Your trip to Singapore may not be complete if you have not visited Merlion Park and posed near the statue of the Merlion, a mythical creature with the head of a lion and the body of a fish. 

The Merlion is used as a mascot and as a national personification of Singapore. The fish body represents Singapore’s humble origin as a fishing village. The lion head represents Singapore’s original name, Singapura, which means “lion city” in Sanskrit. Before the arrival of the British colonisers, however, Singapura was known as Temasek.

The Merlion is a male and, as you can see above, he likes to have his picture taken with a female – a Mermaid (me, he he he!).

Right behind the 8.6-meter-tall Merlion facing the river is a smaller version of the Merlion measuring about two (2) meters tall as shown in the picture above. This is commonly referred to as the “Merlion cub.” Yes, there are Merlion statues other than the one along the river bank. 

In fact, these two (2) Merlion statues are among the only five (5) Merlions recognized by the Singapore Tourism Board (STB). The other one is a 37-meter-tall replica located in Sentosa Island as shown in the picture below where you will also see the Mermaid….. ha ha ha!

The Merlion statue in Sentosa is so huge that it has a Gallery Viewing Deck on its mouth and another viewing gallery on its head.

The other two (2) Merlion statues are: 

(1) the 3-meter-tall glazed polymarble (a type of plastic resin) statue at the Tourism Court near Grange Road (TRIVIA: this statue is made in the Philippines); and 

(2) the 3-meter-tall polymarble statue in Mount Faber’s Faber Point.

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SINGAPORE: Songs of the Sea

SINGAPORE: Songs of the Sea

Princess Ami of the sleeping kingdom under the sea

Who would forget the Songs of the Sea in SINGAPORE?

Oscar the Tigerfish
Songs of the Sea is a multimedia show along the Siloso beach in Sentosa Island in Singapore characterized by a spectacular display of water jets, flame bursts, lasers and pyrotechnics, coupled with a live cast and enchanting music. 

This show replaced the Musical Fountain show which people can watch for free. Ow, who said that the best things in life are free?

With Oscar the Tigerfish mascot

Oscar, one of the main characters in the Songs of the Sea show, is a colorful Pterois miles (known as common lionfish or devil firefish), not really a Tigerfish (which is a completely different specie) like what he is called in the show. 

In Latin, pterois means winged and miles means soldier. Therefore, this fish is a winged soldier.

The picture below shows what a common lionfish really looks like. It has beautiful reddish or brown stripes and fins that spread like wings.

Common Lionfish in Manila Ocean Park

You can see a common lionfish in one of the aquariums in the Oceanarium of the Manila Ocean Park . . .  

Common Lionfish in Ocean Adventure Park

. . . and at Ocean Adventure Park in Subic, Zambales.

The awakened Princess Ami of the sleeping kingdom under the sea

The Songs of the Sea brings to mind the Musical Fountain Show in the Manila Ocean Park. The Musical Fountain Show, however, pales in comparison with the Songs of the Sea in Singapore as the latter has a much bigger budget and, of course, a costlier ticket for the show than the former. But for those who have seen the Songs of the Sea, or at least for me and my brother, the cost of the ticket is worth it.

The 25-minute show runs twice a night: one at 7:40 pm. and the other at 8:40 p.m. Ticket price is S$10 per person. 

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CONZACE:The #1 Prescribed multivitamin for Heavy Duty Immunity

CONZACE:The #1 Prescribed multivitamin for Heavy Duty Immunity

It’s a Busy, Busy World.

Living in this crazy busy world you could always hear people saying they lack the time. Time that they needed, to do everything that they needed to do.

My brother is a perfect example of someone who is so busy. Due to lack of time, he also lack the time to exercise. And for the same reason he also lack sleep. I love my brother so much. I fear for his health and general well-being. Imagine what he had to endure everyday just to earn a living. He had to drive for two hours and a half going to work and another three hours going home everyday. He works for eight hours everyday sometimes more. Aside from that he had to bring me sometimes to my doctors for my check up, and he had to bring home his gf everyday to her Manila home and visit her on Sundays. I sometimes call him “curacho, ang lalaking walang pahinga”. 

Because of all these stressors, my brother got sick the other week. Unknown to him, his consistent lack of sleep topped with stress have detrimental consequences on his health.

Yes, folks, you are correct! if you and I don’t get enough sleep we’re increasingly prone to stress and sickness.

As we all know, lack of sleep is associated with both physical and emotional health risks.

People who are stressed out has low immune system. Thus, they are more susceptible to infections. Stress are linked to the following:

  • headaches
  • infectious illness like flu
  • cardiovascular disease
  • diabetes.
It is important that my brother don’t get sick because he is our family’s bread winner since I was operated for ruptured brain aneurysm two years ago. Good thing there’s a new way to boost immunity by strengthening your white blood cells. Conzace has a formula to make stronger white blood cells which means stronger immunity.

Our cousin, a medical doctor, recommended to us Conzace. Conzace is a nutritional supplement that provides synergistic antioxidant properties that helps improve the body’s immune system, to fight against sickness. He said we have to be strong on the outside and also strong on the inside.

Manoy Doctor said that when your body is fighting off sickness, it’s actually your white blood cells, your body’s soldiers that do the fighting. When our white blood cells are this weak ( see picture above), they will not be able to fight sickness. Dosing up on Vitamin C has been the common practice in boosting immunity but it’s not enough to strengthen your white blood cells. Your white blood cells need multiple nutrients like Zinc, Vitamins A, C  and E to be strong enough to efficiently do its job in beating the germs and viruses, which can make you sick.

No matter how much Vitamin C you take, it will play that same role. Also, our body can absorb and use only up to 400mg of Vitamin C. Any more than that is urinated – that’s expensive urine. Taking 500mg of Vitamin C is enough to ensure that we’re able to absorb just what we need.

We asked Manoy Doctor, how can Conzace help? What makes a strong immunity? Strong white blood cells that can fight germs and viruses. And these are his answers:

· Vitamin C develops white blood cells (500mg)

· Vitamins A and E intensify the protection of these white blood cells (100 IU of Vitamin E)

· Zinc multiplies white blood cells so that we can have the right number of white cells to defend us against sickness. Conzace has higher Zinc than other popular vitamins in the Phils. (25mg Zinc)

· Try Conzace in the morning or night. Those who take it at night have said that they experience the benefit of having a good sleep. But don’t take Conzace on an empty stomach (taking it even 2 hours after eating is alright though)

· All nutrients in Conzace have antioxidant properties.

· Conzace SRP is only P12.40. It’s available in Mercury, Watson’s and other drugstores.

· It’s the #1 Prescribed multivitamin for Heavy Duty Immunity. It’s been prescribed by doctors for years.

· It comes in soft gel capsule

I tried to search ‘white blood cells’ online and I found out the black and white truth about immunity.

Our body can only absorb up to 400mg of Vitamin C. Rather than dosing up on more Vitamin C, you might as well take other immunity nutrients. The video above makes sense. Talk to Conzace thru www.facebook.com/conzace