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Cathlene Mae Mamugay: A Tribute to KC

What did you call her? Cat…Kat…KC…Cathlene with the C… She was called so many things by different people. Well, I am one of the few who fondly call her “CHOI” (slang for a guy who excels in everything). Your bright smile and contagious laugh always lit up the room. You’re gone too young and too soon. But our memories linger …

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Savor The Korean Flavor!

We love our food. Whether local or foreign, searching for a new place to indulge has become exciting in and of itself. Since these all-you-can-eats have become commonplace, and with Korean restaurants offering a seemingly unlimited line of delectable foods for an affordable price, we made the decision to dine at Smith Meat and Salad for this month’s eat-out. Smith …

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Rolando “RJ” Abejo, Jr. : A Tribute to a Friend

We have known him for his creativity; one of his many attributes that you can rely on. With that, he was the go-to person in the office to organize events because he never ran out of ideas. His fondness of light colors–especially neon colors are one of his neck-turner confidence as he wore neon dri-fit shirts and floral short pants; …

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Chinese Kind Of August: The Unexpected Farewell

As all families do, we have a tradition. One that we look forward to each month. However, this August Team Dinner was different; it was a bitter-sweet one. Sweet because, we gathered together to share a sumptuous dinner with one another (plus we’ll be able to enjoy this twice starting this month :P). Bitter, as it was the last company …

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Landmark Hotel Part II

Last time we visited the Landmark Hotel, we ended up ‘crashing’ a wedding lunch. That didn’t stop us from heading over once more for another go at its buffet spread though! The place was still packed despite not having wedding guests for us to intrude on this time round. It’s understandable of course: the hotel serves quality food, and can …