The Stories Behind 10 Dishes on Your Noche Buena Menu

The Stories Behind 10 Dishes on Your Noche Buena Menu

A Noche Buena is a must-have Christmas tradition for Filipinos, whether they’ll be celebrating the holidays in the country or abroad. Just as this Yuletide feast gathers countless families and friends for the season,  Interestingly, just as family and friends gather for a savory banquet, the buffet table becomes a collection of dishes with diverse origins.

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Something Weird, Something Twisty: 15 Unique Kris Kringle Ideas

Something Weird, Something Twisty: 15 Unique Kris Kringle Ideas

Christmas is just a few weeks away, which means that it’s almost time for the good old Kris Kringle! This is probably not the first time your colleagues have joined this Christmas tradition. You might think of sticking to the tried and tested “something red” and “something round” for this year’s gift exchange. Why not switch things up with a few unique “somethings”, though? Here’s a list of 15 “something” ideas that can help make this year’s Kris Kringle one of a kind.

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7 Creepy Haunted Hotels in Asia

7 Creepy Haunted Hotels in Asia

Asia is home to many interesting sights and attractions which make it a popular tourist destination. But if you are a traveler, you should know that aside from the world's most amazing places, there are also haunted spots in Asia that are definitely not for the faint of heart. Here's a guest post from AlltheRooms.com that features 7 of the creepiest hotels in the region.

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5 PR Lessons from Halloween Movies

5 PR Lessons from Halloween Movies

Aside from munching on bucket-loads of candies or Googling low-budget DIY costumes, watching Halloween movies is a great way to get into the trick-or-treating spirit. Some of these films can do more than give you goosebumps, though. You can actually learn a thing or two about PR strategy while getting your movie fix! Here are 5 bits of PR advice that you can learn from Halloween films.

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8 Things Filipinos Do on All Souls' Day

8 Things Filipinos Do on All Souls' Day

Every November, Filipinos can take a short break from work or studies and stream to the provinces for All Souls’ Day and All Saints’ Day, collectively known as Undas. This yearly tradition has grown its own set of practices amidst all the whispered prayers and bent candles. Some of these traditions are now engraved in many Filipinos’ childhood memories (most likely including yours). For the sake of nostalgia, here are 8 interesting things Filipinos usually do during Undas.

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9 Tips on Using Twitter For PR

9 Tips on Using Twitter For PR

Twitter’s user base currently stands at 300 million people sending a total of 500 million tweets per day. This comes from the platform’s snackable quality and user-friendliness. Interactions between users become more direct because of the limit of 280 characters per Tweet, it, making it easy for other users to tune in and take interest. Because of this, brands are now using Twitter to strengthen their PR.

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8 Simple Steps to a Good and Easy PR Strategy

8 Simple Steps to a Good and Easy PR Strategy

Public relations has a crucial role on how your brand will be perceived by your target audiences. It serves as a guide on how you can communicate on behalf of the business that you represent. With its value in any organization, a PR strategy may appear to be a complicated process. But the good news is, you can resort a good and easy PR strategy through some simple steps.

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5 Modern Filipino Ways to Celebrate Buwan ng Wika

5 Modern Filipino Ways to Celebrate Buwan ng Wika

Did you know that originally, President Sergio Osmeña set Buwan ng Wika to be celebrated from March to April? However in 1955, under President Ramon Magsaysay, Proclamation 186 was signed that designated the event to be celebrated from August 13 to 19, to coincide with the birth anniversary of President Manuel Quezon, also known as Ama ng Wikang Pambansa.

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