Be a Play Champion! Unilab Foundation and partners invite everyone to be part of this year’s ‘Play Advocacy Week’

Every child should have access to play. Be it disaster or disease, children are exposed to different situations where they become vulnerable, and they are forced to put their childhood on hold. They may already be suffering from trauma and distress, and there is often no space or opportunity for them to play.
Unilab Foundation believes that play is essential to a child’s holistic development, which is why Play It Forward (PIF) was launched in 2012. All of PIF’s activities are designed to highlight play and its significance to the mental health of children, especially in vulnerable situations. Play It Forward uses therapeutic play to provide psychosocial support to pediatric patients and to children in post-disaster or disaster-prone communities.
This year, PIF takes play further with Play Advocacy Week 2018, a week-long campaign to encourage everyone to take play seriously and to explore how play can be integrated in today’s society. Happening from November 18 to 24, Play Advocacy Week …


“ASAP Live in Sydney” promises to be the biggest Filipino musical spectacle in Australia

ABS-CBN and TFC Live event helps make Sydney a must-see destination this October
Fresh from the giant success that was “ASAP Live in Honolulu” back in June this year, ABS-CBN’s longest-running variety show, and global touring musical juggernaut goes to the Land Down Under for the live performance spectacle called, “ASAP Live in Sydney”. ABS-CBN and TFC Live bring the biggest Filipino show ever to over 304,000 Filipino and Filipino-Australians, and also to the region’s larger multicultural audience, on October 20, 2018, Saturday, at the world-renowned ICC Sydney Theatre.

Maria Laroco Makes An Impact For The X Factor UK

It seems like that the Philippines would always make a statement every year for the The X Factor UK. You might have remembered 4th Impact, Ivy Grace Paredes, and now 17 year-old Maria Laroco amazed the judges with her rendition of Prince's Purple Rain. The youngest Filipino contender who joined the show took a huge leap in search for her dream to be an international star.

The performance received a standing ovation and got all the "yes" from the judges. Simon even guessed that she came from the Philippines given the number of impressive contestants who has proved their worth.

Globe Telecom to offer the iPhone Xs and Xs Max this October

Globe Telecom will offer Apple’s latest products starting on October 26, 2018, including the iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max, the most advanced iPhones ever. Customers will be able to pre-order iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max beginning October 19, 2018 at

Meet The Newest Boyband, Bring Me the Boys

Five boys who come from generation M will sing your favorite pop songs of old. They have banded together to sing music of the past particularly, those that were made famous in the early 90’s, 80’s, 70’s and 60’s. Some of these songs include Light and Shade, When She Cries, Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now, Uptown Girl, You Can’t Hurry Love, Listen to the Rhythm of the Falling Rain, and Can’t Take My Eyes of You. These, aside from the current and more popular ones. The boys call themselves, Bring Me The Boys.
The five good-looking guys of Bring Me The Boys are Eian Rances, Jovani Manansala, Paulo Reyes, Christian Dior Veneracion Paglinawan, and Angelo Nabor.

Undisputed Scream Queen Jamie Lee Curtis Returns in "Halloween"

For more than two-thirds of her life, Jamie Lee Curtis has embraced the mantle of protector and guardian of Halloween (1978) character Laurie Strode.  In the late 1970s, the heroine that Curtis brought to life accomplished what few other on-screen women before her—long relegated to damsels in distress—would consider a probability or possibility in a horror film.  
She survived.

Heart Joins Caritas Manila For Their Celebrity Bazaar

If you love to have a part of your favorite celebrities pre-loved items, you might want to check out Caritas Manila's second Celebrity Bazaar happening on October 18. To be held at the 2nd level of the SM Megamall Mega Atrium, it will be filled with items up for sale from the generous hearts of celebrities who are in support of the projects made by Cartitas Manila.

Proceeds from this year’s bazaar will benefit the Youth Servant Leadership and Education Program (YSLEP) of Caritas Manila. The program sends and supports less fortunate but deserving students nationwide to their college or university of choice.