Showing posts from January, 2010


Real Leaf Paparazzi! A Tea M Z Exclusive!

This is an exclusive Tea M Z, your ultimate source of showbiz gossip and paparazzi! And for today we have encountered the artist SHADYBOI. This artist of many talents have been spoted by our correspondents on several locations and occasions with a a bottle of REAL LEAF GREEN TEA on his hand and of different variants. This makes us wonder what is it in that bottle that Shadyboi enjoys drinking almost everywhere. And many would testify that he is seen to hang out with a bottle of REAL LEAF than his girlfriend.  Shadyboi in one of his gigs, they wonder if he loves green tea than his girlfriend. even in his labels, the real leaf bottle plays a part...
According to him, "REAL LEAF GREEN TEA is the best drink to rejuvenate my mind and body after long hours of work and shows. It actually has THEANINE that stimulates both mind and body to be active. Plus I knew that these were made with real tea leaves  assuring me that the nutrients are retained in the process. And as a matter of fact, I …

Catholic Youth rejoice with the YOUTHPINOY.COM!

Catholic Pinoy Youth will have a space in the web where they gather, share and exchange ideas and experiences with YouthPinoy is a joint project of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines (CBCP), Episcopal Commission on Youth and Office on Mass Media.
They will be having the site launch at University of Santo Thomas on January 16, 2010 at 12 noon. One may register for the also the event at the  youth pinoy website. There is a registration fee of P50 and payment can either be at the event proper or through Bank of Commerce
ACCOUNT NAME: CBCP Communications Development Foundation, Inc.
ACCOUNT NO.: 015-20-004926-5
In confirming your payment, kindly fax  to (02) 404-1612 or email (scanned form) to Mr. Richard Zabala richardzabala@gmail.comThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
For Fax, Address the Information Sheet to Mr. Richard Zabala (for parishes, schools, and diocesan delegations in Metro Manila…


Its been a while since I have seen a Jackie Chan movie, because his late films were into drama and less action. Now with this movie, Spy Next Door, it made me excited to see him again in a very comedic charisma and again back to cool action! You would remember Rush Hour films with this one but the thing is his sidekicks are all kids.
The plot was simple and quite generic to action or comedy films but it has good dialogues that would make you laugh. No complications, just pure, wholesome, family fun. Actually this one passed my meticulous standards with comedy and I would recommend this movie for a night out, with family or friends. Moreover, you will also forget your stresses and problems while also being charmed by kid actors.
Now, of course if there is Jackie Chan, there is kick-ass kung-fu action! Now that make this one hot. And his signature moves with appliances, vehicles, gadgets, clothing and many more would temp you to do the same. However, please don't try them at home with…

The Feast of the Black Nazarene in the new decade

Yes, as we see that we are now in the new decade. And one major event in January for Filipino Catholics would be the feast day of the Black Nazarene. I am actually a devotee to the Nazareno, and I started going to Quiapo since I was in High School. Since this event attracts millions, as in millions of people, I still observe being spiritual but also vigilant since there would be a lot of people taking advantage of these situations. And with the numbers, always expect that you will be squished within the density of people.
The purpose of the procession (or traslacion meaning to transfer as it re-enacts the scene that it was transferred from its original church to the parish of St. John the baptist) to witness devotees pull the float of the Nazarene as it goes around the Quiapo district. But in rare occasions like this year, the procession would start from Luneta (or Bagumbayan) to Quiapo church. And for more than 400 years it has been a very long traditions that grew up and also transf…