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Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Children present Manifesto to government leaders in World Vision National Children’s Congress

Delegates of World Vision’s National Children Congress dropping their personal prayers for children around the globe.

In time for the 30
th anniversary of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC), and the 27th National Children’s Month, World Vision organized a 3-day national children’s congress, attended by more than 140 children across the country. The event, anchored on the theme “Karapatan ng Bata: Ipagdiwang at Patuloy na Pahalagahan”, provided a venue for child leaders to present to government leaders their manifesto which highlights their call for the government and other non-government organizations to address the different issues and concerns that directly or indirectly affect the full attainment of their rights.
Among the issues raised include the lack of support and recognition for Barangay Children’s Associations (BCA), poor health services and poor sanitary conditions in communities, lack of teachers and educational facilities, low family income, bullying and discrimination. Alongside the issues were children’s recommended solutions.

“My life changed after the armed conflict in my city. I wanted to quit studying to help provide for the family but I’m grateful that my parents did not allow me to stop despite our financial challenges. If given a chance, I want to be an accountant someday,” shared Abdullah of Marawi City. The children suggested for provision of income- generating mechanisms to families, as well as access to technical/vocational skills training programs.

National Youth Commission Assistant Secretary Victor Del Rosario who was present during the presentation said that congresses like this are important because they serve as avenues where children may “vent their major issues, concerns and challenges that will be heard by the government for appropriate action”. He added that the government deems the welfare of children very significant in governance.

The Philippine National Police’s (PNP) Women and Children’s Protection Center (WCPC) through Assistant Chief Colonel Robert Gallardo also affirmed its commitment to upholding the rights of children. “Our centers in police stations nationwide can cater to all complaints affecting women and children, and we can protect them.”

Leaders from the Department of Education, Department of Interior and Local Government, Department of Social Welfare and Development, Council for the Welfare of Children, National Committee for Children and Youth Participation, UN Youth Advisory Board, National Commission on Muslim Filipinos - Office of the President were also present during the Children’s Manifesto presentation.

The work continues

“We laud the children for their courage to speak on issues that concern them but we recognize that there is more to be done for them and with them. As a child-focused organization, World Vision will continue to help empower and provide them with venues to come together and amplify their right to be heard and make informed decisions to matters affecting them,” said World Vision Executive Director Rommel V. Fuerte.

“One of the things that stuck with me was the discussion on child protection. I learned where to go when we are abused or taken advantage of,” said Kate of Leyte Province. Meanwhile, Kim from Camarines Norte and a first-time attendee of the children’s congress, shared that he made friends with other children despite coming from different backgrounds and that he enjoyed learning more about the country through the different cultural presentations of his fellow children.

Aside from the crafting of the Children’s manifesto, the 3-day event further discussed the UNCRC principles, sustainable development goals, and the four categories of children’s rights: survival, development, participation and protection.

Towards the end of the congress, a new set of child officers were elected for the World Vision National Children’s Federation (WVNCF), a national assembly of children-representatives from assisted communities. WVNCF advocates for active child participation in achieving safe and protective environment in partnership with parents, local government, non-government organizations, private sectors, communities and institutions.

About World Vision
World Vision is a Christian relief, development and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, their families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. Inspired by its Christian faith and values, it is dedicated to working with the world’s most vulnerable people. It serves and collaborates with all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender. https://www.worldvision.org.ph

Friday, November 8, 2019

PARADISE DYNASTY for the hungry ANG Foodie Family

Whenever I crave for Chinese food, Paradise Dynasty comes first in my mind. With great selection from their menu, you'll never go wrong if you'll decide to have it a try. Paradise Dynasty is now turning 3 years with 3 modern designed branches in Manila, S Maison, The Podium and SM Aura. I'm still hoping though for Makati branch to rise soon.

I love the interior designs of Paradise Dynasty, well-lit, classy and modern. The cozy ambiance inside the restaurant can make your dining experience surely relaxing.

For The ANG Foodie Family, family time means meal time together. Eating together at our favorite places add memories to our hearts. Like our daughter, she did not grew up craving for fast food. She was brought up having home-cooked food or good ones from definitely good restos. And Paradise Dynasty is one from her favorite list. In the above, the young foodie's so excited to devour her favorite healthy appetizer. A good starter while waiting for the main dishes. The Lettuce Roll with Homemade Sesame Sauce is our young foodie's personal favorite. She loves veggies. Just a simple dip into the homemade sesame dressing and viola! A Chinese version of salad! While the Signature Original XIAO LONG BAO 10 pieces can be finished in less than 5 minutes with my foodie daughter. The KUNG PAO Chicken was not that spicy and the foodie hubby concentrated on that dish. While the cashew nuts made my day.

P 298

LETTUCE ROLL with Homemade Sesame Sauce
P 288
The Dynasty Fried Chicken is now the new favorite of The ANG Foodie Family. We love its unique flavor. It has a hint of curry, perfect flavor, as I do not really like strong flavor of curry. And it's absolutely crunchy! We also love the Sweet and Sour Pork that balances everything. Plus the surprisingly boneless Deep-fried Garlic Pork Ribs

P 298


P 388
If you are in the mood for noodle soup, La Mian with Vegetable Pork Wanton in Signature Pork Bone Soup and La Mian with Braised Pork Belly in Signature Pork Bone Soup can cover your hot craving. 

LA Mian with Vegetable Pork Wanton in Signature Pork Bone Soup
P 280

La Mian with Braised Pork Belly in Signature Pork Bone Soup
P 330

P 298

P 388 ( 8 pcs.)
Xiao Long Bao is one of the best! They are served hot, juicy and comes in 8 colours and 8 flavours as well. There's a proper sequence as how to eat this dimsum. Better look at the instruction provided. You start with the Original white on in the middle and ends with the red one.

Are you up for something HOT? The Szechuan Cuisine is not for the faint heart... or tongue? It's surely good especially if you already feel like you'll go under the weather. They have POACHED BEEF in SZECHUAN CHILI OIL POACHED SLICED FISH in SZECHUAN CHILI OIL and POACHED CHICKEN in SZECHUAN STYLE. I think you can already say the level of its spicy-ness by the way it looks.While the Chilled Jellyfish and Seafood in Vinaigrette is a refreshing appetizer.

P 788

P 788
Poached Sliced Fish in Szechuan Chili Sauce was a challenge to me. I know I can handle Korean noodles. I thought I could handle it as well. I was wrong. I only took a cute bite of the fish but not able to take another one. Can't take its level of spiciness. This is for the bold ones. But promise, it smells so good! I saw my other friends enjoying it a lot. Maybe I should try to get use it... I recommend this magical bowl if you feel like you are going under the weather. It can help you recover fast.  
P 288
P 288
P 328

P 188 (3pcs.)
Cap your meal with the interesting black bun dessert that is called, CHARCOAL CUSTARD LAVA BUN. It's heavenly! Once you break it in the middle, the oozing custard lava will surely make your sweet tooth satisfied.

More than Dim Sum and Dumplings, Paradise Dynasty just turned 3 years this year! 
Cheers to THREE Years!

Paradise Dynasty at The Podium
2/L, The Podium
ADB Avenue, Ortigas, Mandaluyong City
Seating Capacity: 135 
VIP Room A: 16 | VIP Room B: 14 
Tel: 8 682 8333
Opening Hours Monday to Sunday – 10:00am to 10:00pm

Paradise Dynasty at SM Aura
2/L, SM Aura
26th Street corner McKinley Parkway, Taguig City
Seating Capacity: 116
VIP Room A: 10 | VIP Room B: 10
Tel: 8 478 3333
Opening Hours Monday to Sunday – 10:00am to 10:00pm

Paradise Dynasty at S Maison
2/L, S Maison at the Conrad,
Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City
Seating Capacity: 120 
VIP Room: 12
Tel: 8 828 8333
Opening Hours Monday to Sunday – 11:00am to 11:00pm

The ANG Foodie Family
Another DAE to remember !

HERBALIFE : Want to Age Healthily? The Time to Start is Now!

More often than not, aging is a topic that we would rather avoid rather than discuss head-on, as our latter years are often associated with the loss of independence, sickness, loneliness and social isolation. With Asia Pacific being one of the fastest aging regions in the world today, it’s only a matter of time that we, as individuals, have to look at aging in the eye, and consider with care, what we can do to live a longer and more fulfilling life into our golden years.

By 2050, older persons aged 60 and above will make up 24 percent of the population in Asia. At the same time, the Korea population is aging faster than the rest of the world, and the country is on track to become the world’s most aged society by 2067. This means that many of those in their 20s and 30s today would also have moved into the ranks of the elderly by then as life expectancy continues to improve with better quality care.

Taking an advance reality check, how could we then put ourselves on the path towards healthy aging earlier on in life? According to Herbalife Nutrition’s 2018 Asia Pacific Healthy Aging Survey, 97 percent of Koreans believe that active steps can be taken to help them age healthily. 81 percent believe that by this can be achieved by making better nutrition choices, while 74 percent believe that this can be achieved by engaging in more regular physical activity.

While many of you may be still enjoying life in the pink of health now, it is never too early to take steps towards healthy aging as your actions have cumulative effects in the long run. To help you along, here are seven positive lifestyle habits to kickstart your healthy aging journey.

#1: Keep a Healthy Digestive System

Our digestive tract contributes to our well-being by absorbing nutrients and eliminating waste. . Unfortunately, many people suffer from abdominal discomfort and other digestive issues, and that may increase as we age.

To maintain a healthy digestive system, be conscious of what you eat. Supporting your digestive health with a variety of different kinds of dietary fiber can help. It also helps to take regular meals and probiotics to aid digestion. Probiotics have been shown to benefit the intestinal microbiota, which recent science has shown to be important in digestive and overall health. Exercising and drink plenty of water can help lower your risk too.

#2: Prioritize Your Heart Health

Our heart is at the center of everything that gives our body life - from the transportation of oxygen to the success of the immune system, maintaining a healthy heart is vital for our well-being as we age.

Be good to your heart by eating a healthy diet, performing regular physical activity by engaging in cardio exercises at least three times a week, maintaining a healthy weight, and avoid smoking. It is important to keep your cardiovascular system in good shape as we age, and there is no better time than the present to start heart healthy practices including staying active and supporting a healthy diet with supplements that are beneficial to your heart.

#3: Take Good Care of Your Bones

Our bone mass peaks in our 30s and 40s, before we start to lose calcium and other minerals. This is especially true for women after menopause, who will experience a rapid decline in bone mass in their later years.

Maintain healthy bones early by incorporating strength-training or weight-bearing exercises into your routine. You should also up your calcium intake by consuming high-calcium foods such as milk or soybeans, or a calcium supplement daily.

#4: Preserve Your Joints

While age-related factors contribute to degenerative changes in our joints, taking active steps to preserve our joints can help maintain our mobility functions and joint comfort as we age.

Maintain healthy joints by incorporating flexibility and stretching exercises into your daily routine in the morning. You can also consume a glucosamine supplement for added joint support.

#5: Protect Your Eyesight

One of the first signs of aging is the reduced ability to see things clearly up close – a condition called presbyopia. You may also find it difficult adjusting to glare or distinguishing some colors as you age.

One of the key nutrients responsible for healthy vision is lutein, which helps eye cells filter harmful ultraviolet (UV) light. Consume more lutein by incorporating foods such as spinach, kale, carrots or a lutein supplement into your diet. Protect your eyes from UV by wearing sunglasses and practice good eye habits by taking a break from your devices every 30 minutes.

#6: Exercise Regularly

As metabolism slows with age, maintaining a healthy weight becomes a persistent challenge. Regular exercise can help to increase our body’s metabolism, build muscle mass and burn more calories.

Build a regular exercise plan with at least 30 minutes of moderate-intense physical activity each day. Incorporate exercises that you enjoy and reward yourself when you achieve your fitness goals to keep you motivated. For the time-strapped individuals, try sneaking in short walks throughout your day, park further away from the office or use a standing workstation to avoid being seated all day.

#7: Keep Your Mind Active

Beyond preserving our physical health, maintaining our mental health is also vital in keeping dementia at bay while enabling a fulfilling life into our golden years.

Maintain an active mind by engaging in activities that you enjoy – spend time in nature, pursue a new hobby or take up music classes. It is also important to get enough sleep to improve focus, concentration and reduce stress.

No matter how young or old you are, it pays to start taking steps towards healthy aging now. By making simple changes to your lifestyle early with the goal of improving your long-term health, this will put you on the right track towards living a long, healthy and fulfilling life.


About Herbalife Nutrition Ltd.
Herbalife Nutrition is a global company that has been changing people's lives with great nutrition products and a proven business opportunity for its independent members since 1980. The Company offers high-quality, science-backed products, sold in over 90 countries by entrepreneurial members who provide one-on-one coaching and a supportive community that inspires their customers to embrace a healthier, more active lifestyle. Through the Company’s global campaign to eradicate hunger, Herbalife Nutrition is also committed to bringing nutrition and education to communities around the world.
For more information, please visit IAmHerbalifeNutrition.com.

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

World Vision launches response to Mindanao quake

Following the recent earthquakes in southern Mindanao, child-focused development and humanitarian agency World Vision launches its relief operations for the affected people of Northern Cotabato, including the city of Kidapawan and the hard-hit towns of Makilala and Tulunan.

“We are committed to support the government-led response in Mindanao. World Vision in the Philippines is particularly concerned for the well-being of children“, says World Vision’s National Director Rommel Fuerte,

In the morning of October 16, magnitude 6.3 earthquake of tectonic origin, hit the province of North Cotabato, with the epicenter located in the town of Tulunan. Days after, another quake of greater magnitude occurred from almost the same location. The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) recorded a 6.6-magnitude earthquake, followed by another equally strong quake on Oct. 31 at 6.5 magnitude with a shallow depth of 2 kilometers which triggered more destruction and risk in the province.

Based on the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC, Nov 5), the series of earthquakes affected about 188,583 persons or 37,716 families in Regions XI and XII. Over 28,070 persons are currently taking shelter in 32 evacuation camps. Meanwhile, there are 1,493 more families being served outside of the evacuation centers.

“They are in a state of shock and as per report Cotabato is going to be more susceptible to aftershocks in the coming days. We are appealing to our partners and fellow Filipinos for support so that we can respond to the immediate needs of displaced children and their families. We can do more together”, added Fuerte.

A total of 1,075 schools were damaged, including about 26 totally damaged. According to the Department of Education, more than 3 million students are affected due to suspension of classes. Today, child-friendly spaces will be set up to provide psychosocial support to help children cope from the calamity, while temporary learning spaces will also be provided in coordination with the affected schools.

Complementing the government’s massive emergency operations in the province, World Vision complements and provides non-food items such as hygiene kits (bath and laundry soaps, toothbrushes and toothpastes, sanitary packs, nail cutter, undergarments and malong or tube skirt), jerry cans, non-food items (mosquito net, mats and blanket), emergency shelter kit (tarp and rope) among others.

Through the generous support of donors, World Vision aims to initially help 1,000 families or 5,000 individuals.

To know more about World Visions work and how to help our fellow people affected by the Mindanao Earthquake, please visit https://wvph.co/DonateforCotabato. You may also call World Vision at (02) 8372-7777 or (0917) 866-4824.

For more information and updates, you may follow /worldvisionph on Facebook and @worldvisionphl on Instagram.

About World Vision

World Vision is a global Christian relief, development and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, families, and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. World Vision serves all people, regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, or gender.

Monday, November 4, 2019

Allianz PNB Life Partners with eSakay in Promoting an Environmentally-Sustainable Way to Commute

Allianz PNB Life, the world’s most sustainable insurer for three years running, recently partnered with eSakay to launch seven Electric-jeepneys (or E-jeepneys) that currently ply the Makati and Mandaluyong routes.

“Allianz has always been supportive of environmental sustainability. Through these E-jeepneys, we are offering Filipinos cleaner and greener alternatives to get to their destinations within two major business areas in Metro Manila,” said Allianz PNB Life President and Chief Executive Officer Alexander Grenz.

eSakay is the electric vehicle unit of Manila Electric Co. (Meralco), and they introduced E-jeepneys back in 2010, according to its operations head, Yuri Sarmiento.

“At that time, we started the Green Route here in Makati, covering Legaspi and Salcedo Village. We initially had three vehicles that provided free rides. Now, we are glad that with the help of companies such as Allianz PNB Life, we are able to sustain our efforts in transitioning to green alternatives of mass transportation,” Sarmiento said.

He added that the initial objective for the deployment was to present an alternative techno-logy to run vehicles that can help address the problem of air pollution.

“In the Philippines, we have 5,000 deaths every year due to environmental diseases, and 70% of our CO2 emission comes from mobile vehicles. If we cut down the emissions, we can also cut down the pollution problem in the country, especially here in the city,” Sarmiento added.

More Sustainable Way of Doing Things

Grenz said that the E-jeepney is just one of Allianz PNB Life’s corporate social responsibility activities that is focused on the environment.

“As a global company, Allianz has always been mindful about its impact on the communities it serves, especially today with the threat of climate change. We are glad to have found a partner in eSakay to promote our message of environmental sustainability, and we are looking forward to launching more projects that will lead to a healthier planet,” Grenz concluded.

The Allianz Group achieved the top position among all rated insurance companies in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) for the third time in a row since 2017. The DJSI is one of the world’s most recognized sustainability ratings. In its assessment, it considers a wide range of economic, environmental and social topics, such as human resources programs, executive compensation, tax policies, shareholder rights, compliance and anti-corruption programs, environmental management and performance, corporate social engagement, customer satisfaction, among others.

Comfort and Tech Features

Apart from being environmentally friendly, the E-jeepneys also offer a more comfortable way to travel. Each vehicle can seat 23 people and accommodate 8 to 10 people standing.

Each vehicle is equipped with a dash cam, GPS tracking system, and CCTV cameras to ensure passengers’ safety.

It also comes with multiple fans and offers its passengers internet access. The vehicles also come with USB ports, so there is no need to worry about phone batteries running low for passengers onboard.

“We are also developing software that would allow passengers to download an app so that they can monitor the vehicles,” Sarmiento said.

eSakay will soon be launching an electronic payment system as well. Currently, passengers pay their fares in cash. The minimum fare is PhP9, the same as that of regular jeepneys.

Apart from the Makati and Mandaluyong routes, there are plans to bring the E-jeepneys to Pampanga next year.


About Allianz
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Monday, October 28, 2019

ASSEMBLY GROUNDS At The Rise is North Makati’s new and hip stomping ground

With a prime location that’s a few minutes away from the bustling Makati CBD and known for its vibrant art, music, and food scene, North Makati or NOMA has turned into a land of promise for every young professional, artist, and entrepreneur. Now, NOMA welcomes the community’s newest hub, Assembly Grounds at The Rise.

The two-story community or boutique mall that’s integrated into The Rise combines world-class architecture and interior design with Shang Properties' thumbprint on residential and commercial development. NOMA’s newest stomping ground along Malugay Street has a good mix of restaurants, cafes, services, and essential stores that serve residents of The Rise and its neighbors—all carefully curated with their urban lifestyle in mind.

At Assembly Grounds, the locals at NOMA don’t have to go far to grab their favorite cup of joe with Starbucks Reserve that offers the rarest and the most extraordinary coffee and concoctions.

Foodies looking for different cuisines can find unique discoveries at Assembly Grounds. It has a strong offering of Asian restaurants with Yuki Café and Tong Yang Shabu-Shabu Express. Searching for a taste of home will also be easier as it has Filipino restos like Recipes and the famous Zubuchon. A dinner date with friends over fajitas and mojitos at Fiery Style Southwestern Flaming Grill or a night out with them over chicken and beer at Buffalo's Wings N' Things or a quick bite from 7-Eleven or BreadTalk are also just a few steps away at the new NOMA hub.

Errands are a breeze at Assembly Grounds with the opening of its own branch of BPI, True Value, and Daiso. Finally, like a true one-stop community hub, residents in the area can also enjoy a much-needed me-time at either Nisce Skin Medispa, BOHO by Nail Tropics, Pink Parlour, and /nook/ Salon.

Still, there’s more to come. Diners can look forward to Chatto Bites that offers Americanized Japanese and Asian fast food; Ramen Daisho that’s known for its delectable Japanese ramen served with piping hot creamy broth; Mey Lin Express with its hand-pulled noodles, dim sum, and dumplings; Vinatrang Cuisine has a strong selection of healthy and flavorful Vietnamese food; and Kuya's that offers Filipino comfort food. There are also Premier the Samgyupsal for Korean favorites, popular fast-steak resto Pepper Lunch, and healthy, organic meals from Salad Bowl. Those who prefer something western get to taste exciting flavors from Casa Mia’s Italian dishes and Raging Bull + Burgers’ wagyu and gourmet burgers.

Fruit and milk tea lovers won’t be left behind as the hub will soon open the popular Taiwanese tea shop Yi Fang and Mihimihi that also offers multi-flavored French puffs. Craft beer enthusiasts are also in for a treat at Spektral’s branch in Assembly Grounds featuring its unique selection of craft beers from Cebu, Bacolod, and Pampanga and other specialty liquors.

Assembly Grounds is also beefing up its offering of services, including upcoming Lomi Imua Relaxation Hawaiian Spa, Sanbry Men's Grooming House, Acero Dental Clinic, Besa's Footwear and Bag Restoration, and Security Bank. The go-to NOMA hub also welcomes Tapout Fitness with its unique martial arts infused fitness program, and multi-brand lifestyle concept store, CURATE.

With a knockout selection of establishments and services, Assembly Grounds is a perfect fit for NOMA’s young, savvy crowd. 


Location and Demographic
Assembly Grounds occupies 5,245 sqm in North Makati (NOMA). Integrated into The Rise Makati. this two-storey community mall caters to the growing young professional and families demographics.

More than 20 F&B Outlets
Now serving are the following restaurants

Buffalo's Wings N' Things
Fiery Style Southwestern Flaming Grill
Mey Lin Express
Premier the Samgyupsal
Ramen Daisho
Tong Yang Shabu-Shabu Express
 Yuki Café

For quick bites and coffee/tea:

Starbuck Reserve
Yi Fang Taiwan Fruit Tea

Other food places to look forward to:

Casa Mia
Chatto Bites
Vinatrang Cuisine
Pepper Lunch
Raging Bull + Burgers
Salad Bowl

More than 20 Retail and Service Outlets
Beauty and Wellness services

Nisce Skin Medispa
BOHO by Nail Tropics
Pink Parlour
/nook/ Salon

Opening soon: Lomi Imua Relaxation Hawaiian Spa, Tapout Fitness and Sanbry Men's Grooming House.

Home Furnishing
True Value
Lifestyle and Novelties
Daiso Japan

Banking Services
Security Bank

Besa’s Footwear and Bag Restoration

For inquiries, call 8-298-8000 loc. 4 or visit www.assemblygroundsattherise.com. Follow Assembly Grounds on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter: @assemblygrounds.