Friday, October 31, 2014

Get your baby dancing in new #easypalit #HuggiesDryPants and join the #StepUpDanceShowdown

Worry no more on metal pins, hooks and other harmful objects for your babies because Huggies Dry Pants is here! My two-year old niece JLo is just like most babies who loves to play and roll on the floor every time. I was always telling my sister on being careful using cloth diapers using pins worrying she might get hurt with her moves everyday. I've just discovered new Huggies Dry Pants. It has a soft, all-around elastic waistband that babies no longer need to be interrupted during playtime to be laid down uncomfortably as moms change their diapers. It's the diaper that daddies will love making diaper changing easy as 1, 2, 3: left foot in, right foot in and pull up. No tapes, no stickers, no metal hooks.
It's those three simple steps that made JLo jump, dance and have fun all day- Step, Step, Up! She started dancing when my sister played her favorite dance song. Huggies Dry Pants ensures a snug - "saktong fit" and up to 10-hour dryness, giving playful and active babies utmost comfort and hours of uninterrupted playtime. It's not just Easy-Palit but it's also Easy Na Sa Bulsa because you just add less than P1 to the price of your current taped diaper. SRP per piece of Huggies Dry Pants Large 36s at Php8.52 only so I've made JLo (Joanna Louise) happy today thanks to Huggies. You too can experience this all-new Huggies Dry Pants because they're giving away free samples. Simply visit Huggies PH Facebook Page and select supermarkets and various baby fairs to get your own free sample.
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Mommies may register if they have tried Huggies Dry Pants via www.pants.huggies.com.ph to talk about their Huggies Dry Pants experience and even get a chance to win up to 1 year's supply of Huggies Dry Pants. Better yet, show the world how cute and kulit your baby can be  by joining Huggies Dry Pants Step Up Dance Showdown ( www.bit.ly/HDPDanceShowdown). Mechanics are as follows:

CONTEST MECHANICS
1.Follow @HuggiesPhilippines on Instagram and like Huggies PH on Facebook.
2.Using Instagram , upload a 15-second video showing your baby dancing, playing, and make all sorts of kulit moves to the tune of the Huggies Dry Pants Jingle wearing the Huggies Dry Pants.
3.The Instagram upload must be shared on Facebook and Twitter. It must also be posted in a blog article. Include the hashtag #HuggiesPantsUp and tag @HuggiesPhilippines when posting the video.
4.Criteria for judging:
•Creativity. How creative is your baby in showing his #Huggieskulit? – 60%
•Brand relevance. Is Huggies clearly seen in the video? – 20%
•Shareability. Was blogged and shared on Facebook and Twitter? – 20%

5.5 winners will be chosen. There will also be 2 special awards for the following:
•Most Liked Video – highest number of Instagram likes
•Most Shared Video – highest number of Facebook shares, retweets, and blog shares
6.Prizes at stake: Main Prize (5 Winners) One year supply of Huggies Dry Pants Overnight hotel accommodation for 2 Spa gift certificate Special Awards (2 Winners) 6- month supply of Huggies Dry Pants Spa gift certificate 7. Videos must be uploaded by October 27. Winners will be announced on October 31.


It's time for your baby to Step Step Up and be featured in the Huggies Step Step Up music video. For more details, visit www.huggies.com.ph or like Huggies PH on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/huggiesph.

Event: #RelaksItsJustPagibig is showing on Nov.12!

Teens are easy to spill the beans. Spring Films (the makers of "Kimmy Dora" series) is at it again bringing "kilig" to the screen with "Relaks It's Just Pag-ibig" distributed by Star Cinema starring Inigo Pascual, Julian Estrada and Sofia Andres. Shot in Leyte for a year (before and after Typhoon Yolanda) with the famous San Juanico bridge, the movie is a tale of one girl's quest for sweet, young true love with the newest heartthrobs sure to send fans screaming once again. I've joined fellow bloggers and media at the grand press conference of "Relaks It's Just Pag-ibig" yesterday at Bella Ibarra Events Place in Quezon City getting to know the cast: Julian Estrada, Ericka Villongco, Sofia Andres and Inigo Pascual joined by Direk Antoinette Jadaone and Direk Irene Villamor.
The event featured the live performance of the theme song sung by Moira (famous for singing the Hooray for Today McDonald's TVC and The Voice Philippines) managed by Cornerstone Talent Management. I've seen the trailer of the film when I watched "The Trial" and it was one of the movies my students are waiting for this year. Julian Estrada, Star Magic Circle Batch 2012 we saw in "She's Dating the Gangster" by Kathniel will be playing Kiko, the bestfriend of Sari (Sofia Andres) in the story.
Piolo Pascual's 17 year-old Inigo is Josh in the movie, joining Sari's quest for true love inspired by the characters of Jose Rizal's novel. Inigo was thankful of the opportunity just like Sofia and Julian but what set the media cheering was his honesty revealing his secret crush on Sofia right after the latter said she likes Inigo more than a friend. It was those moments of spontaneous responses by Julian Estrada, Sofia Andres, Inigo Pascual that I also felt my own memories of romance. Another Cornerstone Talent, Ericka Villongco as Cupcake in the movie will be one of the third party to create twists in the story. We've known Ericka Villongco from the acoustic duo Krissy and Ericka and it's the first time I'll be watching her onscreen not singing. "Relaks It's Just Pag-ibig" also stars Smokey Manaloto, Earl Ignacio, Pia Magalona with the special participation of Alessandra De Rossi. The cast will be promoting the movie at SM Novaliches on Nov. 2 and SM Fairview on Nov. 9 so don't miss them and this romantic movie showing on November 12! Thank you Sunlife Financial for the support and for more information, please visit www.starcinema.com.ph, https://www.facebook.com/StarCinema and follow @starcinema on Twitter and Instagram for more updates.

#CRC@25: #UNICEF fights for children's rights #afterHaiyan with commemorative events

What happened to the children after the Typhoon Yolanda? UNICEF announced two commemorative events this November to enlighten the situation of children's rights in the Philippines. A year after Typhoon Yolanda and UNICEFs 25th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child(CRC) gives the country an opportunity to look back on the gains and challenges of growing up in a country facing multiple disasters, amidst a rapidly changing and socio-economic reality.  The CRC, the most widely ratified international human rights treaty is focused on protecting and promoting children's rights to survival, development, protection and participation. Countries that have adopted the CRC - including the Philippines- are bound by its international laws and are required to always act in the best interest of children. According to Lotta Sylwander, UNICEF representative in the Philippines, the country made a set of promises to children when it adopted the Convention on the Rights of the Child in 1990. While more and more Filipino are growing happy and healthy, looking back on 25 years of progress reminds us what is still left to do and how the vision for the Filipino children must shape up, she said.
The effect of disasters on the well-being of children is one of the key challenges facing Filipino children today and close to six million were affected when the country experienced Super Typhoon Yolanda, the biggest typhoon in history.
A photo exhibit will be launched to commemorate the one year anniversary of the typhoon entitled, "Through the eyes of children: Stories of hope and resilience in Tacloban" on November 6, 2014 in Tacloban City with UNICEF photographer Giacomo Pirozzi. Through his photos, Mr. Pirozzi teaches children living in post-disaster situation to voice their experience and emotions paving the way to healing, self-discovery and social participation. For the CRC's 25th anniversary on November 20, 2014, UNICEF in partnership with the Council for the Welfare of Children (CWC) and Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) will hold a commemorative event to spark conversations on the achievements, challenges and vision for a child-friendly Philippines. A stock taking report will be presented by the Philippine government with children, partners, local governments, media and child rights advocates in attendance. I missed the media launch because of my teaching load but my heart goes out to the affected children after-Haiyan(Typhoon Yolanda). We should not miss this significant event to reveal what had the country done to them. After all, promoting the rights of the child should always be any time and every time. For more information, please visit http://www.unicef.ph/.

Monday, October 20, 2014

@smcinema invites you to #HorrorFilmFestival #Bacao #Tyanak #Hukluban #SigawSaHatinggabi

It's horror time at SM Cinemas. The Filipinos' deepest fears can now be enjoyed at Film Development Council of the Philippines and SM Cinema's Sineng Pambansa Horror Film Festival. Starting October are films to set us all screaming in theaters: T'yanak and the Hukluban, will take you back to when you were a child, listening to your grandparents' stories of murderous monster babies and the Philippine version of the grim reaper. 
Sigaw sa Hatinggabi brings to life our fear of harmful ghosts while Bacao tells the story of the shocking repulsions a woman would go through just to get pregnant. 
I am looking forward to watching all these after Sunday church starting next week. SM Cinema's Sineng Pambansa Horror Film Festival will surely satisfy your movie craving with its dash of nostalgia, mix of genres, and fear inducing stories! To make your experience more horror-tastic, all e-PLUS Tap to Pay holders receive a 10% discount for the first movie, and a 50% discount for the second Sineng Pambansa movie purchase. Drop by any SM Cinema branch to catch these films from October 29 until November 4 only.
To know more about e-PLUS Tap to Pay and SM Cinema, you may visit www.e-PLUS.ph and www.smcinema.com. Like them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/SMCinema and follow them on Twitter at www.twitter.com/SM_Cinema for updates.

Event: #LeeMinHo's #Faith is exclusive on @abscbnmobile starting today Oct.20

Wonder what really happened when Korea was still part of China? It's more of Lee Min Ho than history but Filipino K-Pop fans have every right to rejoice now that "Faith" is here in the Philippines via @iwantvph by @abscbnmobile.
Hosted by MOR 101.9 DJ Onse, I joined fellow bloggers watching the first few episodes of #Faith starring Lee Min Ho as General Choi Young, the bodyguard to King Gongmin of the Goryeo Dynasty, Kim Hee Sun as Yoo Eun Soo, the 33-year-old plastic surgeon in the year 2012. The first scenes will make you fall in love with Lee Min Ho and it's those facial expressions that sent the audience screaming at the Dolphy Theater last Saturday. I loved the character of the rogue bodyguard Lee Min Ho fulfilling his promise to the quirky damsel in Kim Hee Sun.
I was at the edge of my seat towards the last part of the screening. The bitter sweet romance of the "doctor from heaven" with the bodyguard was one of the reasons wjy Filipinos love Korean drama- it's original, it's unpredictable and it's unconditional. ABS-CBN Mobile has been offering original shows and content such as Team Gonzaga, featuring celebrity superstars Toni and Alex Gonzaga and the "I Do" mobisodes. #Faith is now available starting Oct.20 via @iwantvph thru your @abscbnmobile. Visit www.abscbnmobile.com for more details.

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