Vivo Launches V9’s AI-Powered FullView™ Display in the Philippines

Global smartphone brand Vivo has revealed its all-new sleek and stylish V9 flagship unit at the City of Dreams Manila in a summer-themed unveiling that was attended by over 200 members of the press and other guests.

Vivo welcomed its guests late Thursday afternoon at the Wave, a contemporary poolside deck, restaurant, and bar so they can experience the V9 and take selfies and photos with the sunset as their backdrop. Vivo then picked one lucky and creative photo posted on Instagram to win a V9 unit.

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You Can Customize the Chicken in 6 Different Flavors in This Resto!

One of my favorite things to order when I eat out is chicken. I like the taste, it’s healthy, and you can cook it in different ways. While it is one of my favorite main courses, there are times when I’m looking for a little more flavor. Yellow Cab seems to be on my wavelength because they just launched the Drum & Thigh combo, where you get two big pieces of chicken… which you can customize in six different flavors!

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We Could Have Our First Subway By 2022

One of the best things about traveling abroad is experiencing public transport. The trains in other countries are so impressive, and we can soon experience that because the Philippines is set to have its first three Metro subway trains by May 2022!

The subway is set to run 30 kilometers with 14 stations from Mindanao Avenue in Quezon City to the Ninoy Aquino International Airport. There’s also the possibility of adding one or two more stations in the future.

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Army Launches Joint Task Force Marawi Handbooks

The Philippine Army announced that it produced the Joint Task Force Marawi Handbook a series that highlights its experiences and achievements during the crisis in a launch spearheaded by the Philippine Army’s Operations Research Center.

The handbook series, which covers Joint Task Force Marawi combat and non-combat operations, is a compendium of stories immortalized in a series of books. According to Lt. Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, Director of Operations Research Center of the Philippine Army, “it is an enduring documentation of actual experiences and achievement on the ground during the crisis. In order to keep an intended tone of book presentation, the handbooks were designed for specific internal and external audiences.”

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Boracay Set to Become a “Premium Destination” After Rehab

Many have become dismayed after the announcement that Boracay is closing down for rehabilitation. But locals and tourists have nothing to worry about as the government promised that the island is set to become a “premium destination” after.

According to lawyer Helen J. Catalbas, who is also the DOT-Western Visayas regional director, “I envision Boracay to be a premium destination after it is closed, and then rehabilitated and opened big time to the world tourism community. It is going to be a destination that has the class that the world expects from the best island in the world.”

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