Event: What I learned from #ManoPo7ChinoyGrandPremiere

We developed our own culture with the Chinese but they have kept speed in progress as a nation and we have kept our pace biding time all these years. I joined fellow bloggers watching Regal Films' Christmas offering "Mano Po 7 Chinoy" with the cast Enchong Dee, Janella Salvador, Marlo Mortel, Richard Yap, Jean Garcia, Jana Agoncillo, Jessy Mendiola with boyfriend Luis Manzano at Megamall Cinemas last Friday. 
On its 7th sequel to the family tradition of narrating the life story of a Chinoy who migrated from China to the Philippines, Mano Po 7 Chinoy compared to its previous versions is the most serious and the most different. From the usual dilemma of a Chinoy getting into trouble, this particular version is one for the books for featuring the father being betrayed and the wife getting into extramarital affairs. Towards the end, the story became surprising punctuating the tone of drug addiction as the end of hope and dreams of Enchong as Son. The tragedy that will befall his regained rejuvenation if not taken by his father Mr.Wong (Richard) will bring him back to rehab and relapse his treatment. The movie teaches as it continues to get you shedding tears especially those scenes played by brother Eric Quizon. Mano Po 7 Chinoy is one family movie you shouldn't miss showing Dec14 in cinemas nationwide. For more info please visit  https://www.facebook.com/RegalEntertainmentInc/