Have You Tried the Zi Char Cooking Style of Singapore?

There’s no doubt about it: Filipinos love to travel and eat, as they explore new culinary flavors and traditions in every country they visit. And one country that they love going to time and again is Singapore. Since traveling to Singapore is not yet possible at the moment, the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) is reaching out to Filipino foodies with a case of wanderlust by bringing a taste of Singapore to the Philippines. They’re introducing the unique, albeit lesser-known, cooking style Zi Char.

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How to Take Your Photography Hobby to New Heights

Everyone loves taking photos, whether it’s snapping a selfie or two for social media or interesting sights that they spot on their travels. The appeal of photography is easy to see as there is something so special about capturing a single moment of time and preserving it forever. Another great thing about photography is that it is such a fun hobby and something that almost everyone can try. All you need is a camera or a camera phone and you are good to go. 

There are so many ways that you can take your hobby to the next level and make it a more significant part of your life, or even to make money from it. If you are curious about taking your love of photography a step further and want to capture lots of insta-worthy shots to share with the world, then why not try one of the ideas listed below? 

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Here’s Why You Should Switch to Soy Milk

I’ve always loved soy milk but back then, I enjoyed it merely for the flavor. I liked the creamy texture and the slightly nutty flavor. It was only as an adult when I started taking care of my health when I began reading more about its popularity and benefits. Now, I mostly drink plant-based milk, with soy as one of my favorites.

Those looking for nutritious and yummy soy milk can now taste the joy of soy with Vitasoy Plus Milky. It’s made with the finest ingredients and delivers the natural goodness of soy; but with the milky taste, creamy texture, and health benefits.

Still not convinced? Here are the reasons why it’s soy good for you (lol).

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Own a Scooter? Avoid These Fashion Faux-Pas!

Scooters are undoubtedly a convenient and affordable way to travel across town. You don’t have to worry about getting stuck in traffic or paying high fuel and maintenance costs, and you can look great while you’re traveling between locations.

Unfortunately, some scooter owners make some terrible fashion mistakes. Some of the things that scooter owners wear (or not, as the case may be) are ridiculous and can even be extremely dangerous! If you’re a scooter owner, here are the fashion faux-pas to avoid:

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Vets, Experts, and Furparents Share Tips on How to Train Puppies

I’ve been a furmom for over a decade and to this day, there are things I still learn about my senior dog. This is especially true when my family moved to the US and I was left to care for Oreo on my own (the dog on the left is Georgia, who crossed the Rainbow Bridge in 2017). So when I heard that Royal Canin organized Start of Life, A Facebook webinar series about the different stages and milestones of furbabies, I knew I had to go.

The first leg of the series, Royal Beginnings: Kickstart your Puppy’s Best Life, was specifically for puppy owners. Oreo may be a senior dog but I’m sure every furparent agrees that their dogs will forever be babies to them. When I took my role more seriously, I finally understood why my mom kept saying I’m her baby, even if I’m already in my early thirties.

Below are some of the tips I learned from the veterinarians, experts, and furparents who spoke. I’m sure you’ll find them useful:

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I Tried Chowking’s Meatier and Saucier Chunky Asado Siopao, Here are My Thoughts

I was home during this year’s Lunar New Year so I made do by ordering boxes of tikoy and cooking them. Ideally, I would be in Binondo watching the celebration and eating at one of the many of the Chinese eateries in the district. If time didn’t permit, I would go to a Chinese restaurant somewhere and have my fill of dim sum.

The pandemic has forced me home, but I’m happy because I got to try Chowking’s Chunky Asado Siopao, which is now even meatier and saucier!

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Cebu Pacific Marks 25 Years with Piso Sale and Cancelation of Change Fees

Cebu Pacific celebrates 25 years of making moments happen with its first-ever month-long P25 seat sale. CEB flights to any Philippine destination are on sale Until March 31, 2021, for travel all the way up to December 31, 2021.

CEB operates the widest domestic network in the Philippines, offering safe, affordable, and seamless flights to and from key cities in the Visayas and Mindanao. It also supports the local tourism industry with its regular flights to famous leisure spots such as Boracay, Bohol, Coron, Siargao, and Puerto Princesa.

Apart from the PHP 25 month-long seat sale, CEB will also be offering 25% off for flight add-ons and of course, its trademark piso sale.

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