Thursday, August 3, 2017
Heart on their Sleeves: Binibining Pilipinas Queens spend time with wounded soldiers at the AFP Medical Center
A number of brave wounded soldiers confined at the Armed Forces of the Philippines Medical Center along V. Luna Avenue, Quezon City spent a happy afternoon with the Binibining Pilipinas 2017 Queens as the lovely ladies dropped by for a visit on July 20, 2017.
Monday, May 8, 2017
A vision in pink on the night of Binibining Pilipinas 2017 Coronation at the Smart Araneta Coliseum, 26-year-old Olive was named the successor to Joanna Eden.
During the Interview portion of the competition, she was asked for her opinion on same-sex marriage that is already legalized in other countries. Her response elicited applause:
“As a Christian, I do believe that marriage is between a man and a woman. However, I do believe that everyone, every single person in the world deserves to be with whoever they want. And if they want to get married, that is fine,” she said.
So who is Olive beyond the Binibining PIlipinas Supranational 2017 title?
Sunday, May 7, 2017
Katarina Sonja Rodriguez, only 24 years old, captivated pageant fans all over the country and even landed on top of unofficial polls naming the favorites to win a crown. She has now succeeded last year’s titlist Jennifer Hammond and proclaimed Binibining Pilipinas Intercontinental 2017.
Perhaps as a portent of things to come, Katarina gave her definition of a winner during the Interview portion of the Grand Coronation Night on April 30.
To this Business Management and Philosophy major from De La Salle University, winning is more about “the responsibility that comes along when you win and how you execute the job after you win. I think a winner is somebody who knows how to inspire others...”
So who is Katarina beyond the crown?
Wednesday, May 3, 2017
Looking stunning in her lovely evening gown, 25-year-old Rachel Peters walked the stage on a wave of cheers and applause as her name was called in the last whirlwind moments of the Binibining Pilipinas Grand Coronation Night on April 30.
She nailed the live Interview portion with an articulate response that, in the hearts and minds of her fans, made her a shoe-in for one of the crowns among the night’s Top 15 finalists.
The Question: This week, the Philippines is hosting the ASEAN Summit. If you were invited to speak, what would have been your message to the leaders?
Her answer: “I believe that one of the biggest problems that our country faces today is divisiveness – in politics, in religion, and also in culture. And I believe that...is the same across the world. So that is something I want to address. I believe that when people can learn to tolerate each other’s differences and respect each other’s opinion,” she said before loud cheers erupted, “then we will just be a stronger nation, and world.”
Standing next to Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach, who co-hosted the Coronation, Rachel seemed every bit in the beauty titlist’s league. That night, she became Maxine Medina’s successor, the new Miss Universe Philippines title holder.
So who is Rachel beyond the crown?
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
There are many things about Korean culture that Filipinos just can’t seem to get enough of. From dewy Korean makeup to their edgy and fashionable clothes, the so-called Korean wave continues to dominate Asia, with the increasing popularity of K-pop culture that has taken millennials by storm.
Wednesday, February 8, 2017
Expressing love through art, poetry, and music – the Araneta Center holds a slew of exciting activities to celebrate the month of love and romance, which coincides with the National Arts Month.
The artsy and heartfelt celebration, entitled “From the Heart,” kicks off with an exclusive ‘Love Art Workshop’ on February 8 at the Gateway Gallery in Gateway Mall. It is an art exhibit of 30 paintings that depict the country’s colorful history.