Renowned wedding videographer Jason Magbanua captured the highlights of the wedding ceremony and reception of Eat Bulaga couple Vic Sotto and Pauleen Luna last January 30.
In the same day edit, some precious moments between the couple were shot– both of them teary-eyed during the ceremony, the groom showing his comedic side before kissing the bride, their touching messages to each other, and their first dance as man and wife.
The same holds true for their guests as we watch an emotional Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach, phenomenal love team partners Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza together, the Dabarkads close to tears, and the priceless reactions of Bossing’s children.
The Entry of BSIT 2-2 ‘2015-2016’ got the Second Place
Mr. Erick Abuzo challenged his student in Liking and Sharing their entry’s.
The BSIT 2-1 , 2-2, 2-3 and 2-4 are the contestants.
In the Part-1 Result Points of the Contest
- BSIT2-1= 211pts
- BSIT2-2= 92pts
- BSIT2-3= 16pts
- BSIT2-4= 98pts
In the Part-2 Result Points of the Contest
- BSIT2-1 135pts
- BSIT2-2 121pts
- BSIT2-3 11pts
- BSIT2-4 23pts
The Final Result Points of the Contest
- BSIT2-1 =346pts
- BSIT2-2 =213pts
- BSIT2-3 =27pts
- BSIT2-4 =121pts
The Winners Rewards are:
1st Place: 1ST Highest Likes/Shares
== + 5 project grade (Website Author will have also +5 quiz)
== all violations’ deductions will not be deducted
== all 3 HTML pages requirement is no longer required
2nd Place: 2ND Highest Likes/Shares
== +4 project grade (Website Author will have also +4 quiz)
3rd Place: 3RD Highest Likes/Shares
== +3 project grade (Website Author will have also +3 quiz)
4th Place: 4TH Highest Likes/Shares
== +2 project grade (Website Author will have also +2 quiz)
MANILA, Philippines – Now on its fourth year, Global Youth Summit 2016 will be the biggest one yet, inviting over 10,000 senior high school and college student delegates. Join us on February 6, 2016 at the SM MoA Arena from 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM.
With the theme, “One World,” GYS 2016 will be all about how every young person, no matter the country nor background, be able to activate their potential and build a future together.
From 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM, delegates will get the chance to listen to an array of renowned speakers on topics such as Peace & Youth Volunteerism in 2016, Sparking Young Potential and Passion, and One Youth for the World.
The Global Youth Summit is an annual gathering of thousands of young people from all over the Philippines and the world for a day of engaging talks from local and international speakers, story-sharing and various activities.
Our esteemed lineup of speakers include former Chilean Ambassador to the Philippines, Ambassador Roberto Mayorga, founder of Calidad Humana Project, Bai Rohaniza Sumndad-Usman, Founder of Teach Peace Build Peace Movement, and Bernard Kerblat, Chief of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. The lineup also includes Jinsoo Kim, Regional President of Global Peace Foundation Regional President for Asia-Pacific, Engr. Aisa Mijani, founder & CEO, SALT (Sustainable Alternative Lighting), Dr. Florida C. Labugen, President, Philippine Society of NSTP Educators and Implementers Inc., Joyce Pring, Radio Jock/Youth influencer, and many more!
The spread of Zika is a tale of two mosquitoes
Stopping the spread of the Zika virus means zeroing in on its carrier — that disease agent and summertime pest, the mosquito.
Easier said than done.
The disease, which has flared up in South and Central America of late and is expected to spread to the rest of the Americas, is transmitted by not one, but possibly two types of mosquito.
That makes the difficult task of mosquito abatement even more complex.
Aedes aegypti is the mosquito that is most closely associated with Zika virus. Mild symptoms of the disease include fever and muscle pain.
But a once-rare symptom has been increasingly showing up in Zika virus-stricken Latin America: birth defects and brain damage in the children of women infected while pregnant.
Read: What exactly is the Zika virus, and why should you care?
In the U.S., the mosquito is largely located in the southern tier of states, particularly in areas like Florida, the Gulf Coast and across Texas, with southern Georgia being the most northward location it is found.
Zika virus might be confined to that geographic reach — although the mosquito has been known to travel further north during the summer — if Aedes aegypti were the only carrier.
Read: Worried about the Zika virus? Some airlines, cruise lines offering refunds and credits
But a second, related mosquito called Aedes albopictus may also be a Zika carrier. Mosquito experts believe it’s less effective at replicating the virus than Aedes aegypti, but it has been able to cause outbreaks of another mosquito-borne disease, dengue fever, in China.
The province of Isabela has started gearing up for its annual tourism, cultural and heritage event, the Bambanti Festival.
Municipalities have started to put up their respective works for the much-awaited agri-eco tourism booth that showcases their creativity in promoting Isabela’s culture and products.
The booths will be open from January 25 until February 7.
With the theme “Lakas Isabela,” the festival will also feature a giant scarecrow, street dance showdown, and search for festival king and queen.
Around 34 municipalities are expected to participate in the festival that will run from January 25 to 30.