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Monday, October 24, 2016

Proactiv+ Green Tea Moisturizer Product Review

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I got a sampler of the Proactiv+ Green Tea Moisturizer so this is an opportunity to try out the product. The product arrived only 4 days ago but I used it every night since the first day. I swear that after a few nights of using the Proactiv+ Green Tea Moisturizer, it makes me feel so nice because it leaves my skin feeling so soft and with a really pretty glow. It's nice and light and also smells so good.

I could very well used the product to sooth or calm my skin when I feel it's sort of flaky and itchy. Thus, it could be a luxurious way to pamper dry, tired, acne-prone skin. I could probably get comfortable using it for a long time to keep my skin pampered. 

For its suggested retail price of Php999 for the 30ml 1fl.oz, it's undeniably worth the price considering all the benefits that the product boasts. It also is available for free delivery for Online and Hotline order if purchased along with Proactiv Solution Combination Therapy 30day or 60 day kit.

The Proactiv+ Green Tea Moisturizer is a lightweight, non-greasy formula that contains Green Tea EGCG, a potent antioxidant designed to fight free radicals while helping to soothe and calm the skin, to help fight free radicals and is rich in mineral and botanical extracts. It has been designed to help soothe dry skin without clogging pores and is the perfect moisturizer for blemish prone skin because it restores moisture to dry or irritated skin with soothing antioxidants & botanicals. It also improves the appearance of wrinkles and is ideal for men and women with dry skin associated with acne medication because it helps maintain skin moisture and a soft, supple tone. 

It is said to provide relief to dry, irritated skin and is non-Comedogenic (won't clog pores). It features hydration ingredients and minerals and emollients that are designed to nourish and soothe the skin. 

Flash PH Rolls Out Longer-Lasting, High-End Smartphones at the Most Competitive Price Yet!

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Smartphones have evolved as one of the most indispensable innovations of digitalization. Over the years, it has revolutionized the way people live given its evolving capabilities in enabling how people live, play and work.

However, as the demand for these gadgets continues to grow, experts say that nowadays, smartphone users consider buying devices that are long-lasting. In a recent survey, global environmental organization, Greenpeace Philippines, noted that nine out of 10 Filipinos believe that the durability is an important aspect they look for in smartphones. Also, 98 percent of the 1,000 respondents also consider battery life of smartphones as another important feature.

In response to this demand, Flash Philippines—one of Asia’s rising developers of lifestyle and smart devices—rolls out its flagship phone, the Flash Plus 2, with superior and highly durable built-in features valued at the lowest price of Php 6,190.

“Flash Plus 2 received positive reviews from its users as we first introduced it in the country earlier this year. This model is developed to bring out superior functions while giving a more efficient and durable smartphone unit for the users,” Sheree Gayas, Flash Philippines’ marketing manager.

Among the pioneering features of Flash Plus 2 include its sleek metal case, a fast-charging battery, fingerprint recognition, high definition phone camera, and Hi-Fi audio capacity. These attributes allow for more durability, efficiency, and convenience.

Continuing Restoration To Bring Back Power After the Storm--Energy Sec. Cusi

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The Department of Energy (DOE) and its attached agencies are implementing continuous monitoring, coordination and restoration of energy facilities affected by supertyphoon Lawin and typhoon Karen.

Energy Secretary Alfonso G. Cusi said: "We are fast-tracking the restoration of power facilities to bring back electricity supply to typhoon-hit areas."

Cusi also gave due recognition to the dedication of the linemen and crews of electric cooperatives (ECs), the National Grid Corp. of the Philippines (NGCP) and National Electrification Administration (NEA) as well as DOE’s partners in the private sector.

“They have been doing restoration efforts round-the-clock just to keep the public safe from dangling electric lines in order to provide access to electricity again,” he said.

Per the report of the NGCP, there are a total of 192 damaged poles (105 leaning and 87 toppled), including other line defects. The status of restoration of transmission facilities in typhoon-hit areas is as follows:

·        All 230 kiloVolt (kV) and 115kV have been normalized. No toppled tower reported.
·        All affected 69kV lines in La Union, Ilocos Norte and Sur have been fully restored.
·        Transmission facilities servicing Benguet & Mountain Province are 100% restored.
·        Transmission facilities servicing Nueva Vizcaya, Isabela, Cagayan, Kalinga and Apayao are 35% restored. There are three (3) remaining 69 kV still down and restoration is ongoing. Seven (7) out of seventy (70) toppled transmission structures (wood & steel poles) have been restored. Most of the structures are located in the  difficult and mountainous areas.

·        Cauayan-Reina Mercedes 69kV line servicing ISELCO I (24 October)
·        Gamu-Ilagan-Naguilian -Reina Mercedes 69kV line servicing ISELCO I, ISELCO II (24 October)
·        Tuguegarao-Cabagan 69kV line servicing ISELCO II (24 October)
·        Santiago-Cauayan 69kV line servicing ISELCO I (24 October)
·        Tuguegarao-Magapit-Ca malaniugan-Sta. Ana 69kV line servicing CAGELCO I, CAGELCO II (24 October for CAGELCO I; 29 October for CAGELCO II)
·        Tuguegarao-Tabuk 69kV line servicing CAGELCO I, Kalinga-Apayao Electric Cooperative (KAELCO) (24 October for CAGELCO I; 31 October for KAELCO)
Moreover, the NGCP reported that the following facilities are ready for energization but remain de-energized upon the request of the respective distribution utilities:

·        Ilocos Norte Electric Cooperative (INEC)
·        Currimao-Langayan 69-kV line
·        Currimao-San Nicolas 69-kV line
·        Laoag-Marcos 69-kV line
·        Laoag-San Nicolas 69-kV line

On the distribution side, NEA and the ECs reported the status of rehabilitation as follows:


·        Ilocos Norte Electric Cooperative – 30% rehabilitated
·        Ilocos Sur Electric Cooperative –80% rehabilitated
·        Abra Electric Cooperative –1% rehabilitated due to roads being unpassable
·        La Union Electric Cooperative –99% rehabilitated
·        BENECO – Of the 14 towns, 7 were partially restored
·        MOPRECO –Of the 11 towns, 3 were partially restored (Bauko, Tadian & Sabangan)
·        Ifugao Electric Cooperative –Of the11 towns, 7 were partially restored
·        KAELCO –Still under restoration process
·        CAGELCO I –Still under restoration process
·        CAGELCO II –Of the 22 towns, 10 were ready to receive power
·        ISELCO I –Of the 15 towns, 13 were partially restored (Alicia, Angandanan, Cabatuan, Santiago, Cordon, Echague, Jones, Ramon, San Agustin, San Isidro, San Mateo, Cauayan, San Guillermo)
·        ISELCO II –Of the 21 towns, 1 was partially restored
·        Nueva Vizcaya Electric Cooperative –Of the 15 towns, 13 were partially restored
·        Quirino Electric Cooperative –Of the 7 towns, all were partially restored (Aglipay, Diffun, Cabarroguis, Maddela, San Agustin, Nagtipunan and Saguday)
“Meanwhile, NEA’s Task Force Kapatid (TFK) will assist the restoration of CAGELCO I and ISELCO II. The TFK is a bayanihan of electric cooperatives to fast-track any restoration efforts of disaster affected electric cooperatives in the country. “ Cusi explained.

 “The restoration for the affected areas was easier due to the NGCP, NEA and ECs’ implementation of disaster preparedness and emergency response, which also minimized the adverse impact of the supertyphoon,” Sec. Cusi concluded.

International Recording Artist Billy Crawford Goes on the Ultimate BROcation in Hong Kong

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International pop and R&B sensation, singer, dancer, host and song writer Billy Crawford recently landed in Hong Kong for the filming of The Ultimate BROcation, a new reality TV series created by action entertainment TV channel KIX and Hong Kong Tourism Board.

The five-episode show follows the adventures of four male celebrities as they embark on an all-expenses paid ultimate vacation to prove that Hong Kong is indeed the ultimate guy’s playground.

The boys will be taking viewers along for the ride – living it up at the best parties, trying exhilarating activities, eating fantastic food, meeting beautiful ladies, and getting their hands on cool gadgets. They may be starting off as strangers but will definitely end up as “bros” after experiencing the exciting things that Hong Kong has in store for them together.

Billy adds his hyperactive personality, biting wit and often bizarre sense of humor to this new mix of bros which includes popular Thai TV and radio host DJ PK; multi-talented and award-winning Malaysian singer, rapper, song writer and graffiti artist SonaOne; and Singaporean maverick chef and restaurateur Bjorn Shen.

Joining the four in a cameo appearance is Hong Kong martial arts star Philip Ng. Most recently seen on the hit action TV drama A Fist Within Four Walls and the martial arts epic Once Upon a Time in Shanghai, Philip will show the bros his city and act as an advisor during their “brocation”.

Billy has been in the spotlight since he was a child, and his frequent travels and exposure to different cultures have influenced his thirst for adventure and love for life. He’s quintessentially a guy’s guy, so there’s really no better bro to go on “brocation” with.

“My life and my career have never been conventional, and this show is the next chapter of what has been an incredible adventure. As a person who has always relished traveling, working and performing abroad and being exposed to different cultures and experiences, I really can’t wait to discover the highlights of Hong Kong, one of the most vibrant, cosmopolitan and exhilarating destinations in the world, especially for bros,” Billy shares.

The Ultimate BROcation is produced by KIX’s parent company, Celestial Tiger Entertainment - operator of the largest bouquet of Pan-Asian channels dedicated to Asian entertainment, and Endemol Shine Group, the global production house responsible for the award-winning MasterChef, Big Brother series, in collaboration with Hong Kong Tourism Board, Cathay Pacific and the Renaissance Hong Kong Harbour View Hotel.

The Ultimate BROcation will air first and exclusively on KIX in December 2016.

KIX is available on Cablelink Ch.54, Cignal TV Ch. 133, Destiny Cable Ch.63, Gsat Ch. 18 and SKYcable Ch.63.

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2016-17 NBA Season Tips Off Oct. 26

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The National Basketball Association (NBA) will tip off its 71st season on Wednesday, Oct. 26 with three games on opening night.   The NBA Champion Cleveland Cavaliers will host the New York Knicks at 7:30 p.m. ET, followed by the second game, the Portland Trail Blazers will host the Utah Jazz at 10 p.m. ET.  For the third game, the San Antonio Spurs will visit the Golden State Warriors at 10:30 p.m. ET for a matchup of the teams with the league’s best records last season.  

Here is a preview of the opening night matchups:

New York at Cleveland: The Cavaliers will receive their championship rings before facing the new-look Knicks, who added former Kia NBA Most Valuable Player Derrick Rose and former Kia NBA Defensive Player of the Year Joakim Noah in the offseason.  Jeff Hornacek will make his head-coaching debut with New York.  Cleveland’s Tyronn Lue will coach his first regular-season opener after taking over as head coach last January and leading the Cavaliers to their first NBA title in franchise history.  Four-time Kia NBA MVP LeBron James of Cleveland opens the season needing 114 points to pass Hakeem Olajuwon for 10th place on the NBA’s all-time scoring list.

Utah at Portland: The Trail Blazers, who have won an NBA-record 15 consecutive regular-season home openers, feature one of the NBA’s best backcourts in two-time All-Star Damian Lillard and 2015-16 Kia NBA Most Improved Player CJ McCollum.  The two guards led Portland to its third consecutive playoff appearance last season.  The Jazz, looking to reach the playoffs for the first time since 2012, added veterans Boris Diaw, George Hill and Joe Johnson in the offseason to complement a promising young core.  Utah’s Gordon Hayward, who averaged a team-high 19.7 points last season, will miss the game with a finger injury.   

San Antonio at Golden State: Kevin Durant will make his debut with the Warriors, who signed the four-time scoring champion and 2013-14 Kia NBA MVP after a league-record 73-9 season and a loss to Cleveland in The Finals 2016.  Durant joins two-time reigning Kia NBA MVP Stephen Curry and fellow All-Stars Draymond Green and Klay Thompson to give the Golden State a potent offense.  The Spurs will have a new look with six-time All-Star Pau Gasol at center in place of NBA legend Tim Duncan, who retired after 19 seasons with San Antonio. Spurs coach Gregg Popovich has a 17-2 record in regular-season openers.
Below please find the NBA broadcast schedule in the Philippines on Oct. 26

·         New York Knicks at Cleveland Cavaliers, Wednesday, Oct. 26 at 7:30 a.m. on NBA Premium TV
·         Utah Jazz at Portland Trail Blazers, Wednesday, Oct. 26 at 10 a.m. on Basketball TV

·         San Antonio Spurs at Golden State Warriors, Wednesday, Oct. 26 at 10:30 a.m. on ABS-CBN S+A and NBA Premium TV

Miss Earth 2016 Candidates at the Oakwood Premier Joy~Nostalg Center Manila

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Voted as the 2016 World Travel Awards Winner for Philippines' Leading Serviced Apartments, the Oakwood Premier Joy~Nostalg Center Manila, is also a proud venue and home for the Miss Earth 2016 candidates for several activities including a Meet & Greet with the press, and the long gown competition.

The management of the hotel gave a few words to formally welcome the beauty queens coming from the different countries.

Aside from the comfortable beds in the stately and fully-furnished suites, the Miss Earth 2016 candidates enjoyed the many amenities of the hotel including invigorating dips in their eco-friendly indoor pool and the adjacent Jacuzzi. They were able to swim in the chemical-free salt water lap pool with soothing underwater music for their ears. 

The Nostalgia Dining Lounge's breakfast buffet has surely serve as a great start for the beauty queens' day! But the girls enjoyed the complete gym equipment at the Fitness Center by Oakwood to remain fit, flexible and fab.

Above is just one of the many videos we took from the Meet & Greet with the Miss Earth candidates. You may check them out at the official YouTube channel at

Below are just some of the photos of the Miss Earth candidates that we took during the Meet & Greet event held on October 10, 2016.

More photos are available at the official Facebook fan page of Wazzup Pilipinas at

Solo photos of Miss Earth 2016 candidates courtesy of our partner photographer Collin Sarthou Yap

Synergy 2016 to Focus on the Development of Smart Communities

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This four-day academic convention has always been a venue of sharing ideas for those in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering to explore related career paths to help them build and develop the nation. On its fifth year, Synergy encourages the students to develop and promote technological innovations for safer and smarter communities.

This November 8-11 2016, Synergy would be having its five main events; TECHNO TALK, a discussion including topics on security and information and INGENIOUS IDEAS, a problem-solving competition involving the participants and panel, REVOLUTIONARY ROBOTICS, a competition with autonomous robots, DYNAMIC DISCOURSE, an immersive company tour, and CORPORATE CONNECTION, the culminating event of SYNERGY. The first two events would occur in the first day (November 8) and the following days (November 9-11) would have the aforementioned events respectively.

University of the Philippines Engineering Radio Guild has always aimed to bring together the EEE student body for the betterment of the Electrical and Electronics Engineering industry. Synergy is one of the mediums which the organization uses to achieve this goal. Synergy will potentially increase the quality of Engineers and Developed technologies. Synergy would act as a basin for EEE students to output their accumulated knowledge and skill for the improvement of the country’s tomorrow.

The organization began when Electrical Engineers and some radio enthusiasts led by Solon Matthew Dakis pushed towards acquiring a license to put up a radio station. UP ERG found both a name and home in the UP Campus in the year 1935.

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Filipino Short Film “Caretaker” Wins in Egypt

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The short film “Caretaker,” directed by advocacy filmmaker Seymour Barros Sanchez and produced by Red Room Media Productions, recently won second place in the short fiction category of the sixth CAM International Festival for Short Films in Cairo, Egypt.

The film, which is co-written by Kristine Camille Sulit and Sanchez, is about a newly hired custodian of a vacation house who finds the gruesome conclusion of a fraternity’s initiation rites too much to handle. Rolando Inocencio plays the title role with John Paul Duray, Raymond Rinoza, Jomari Angeles, Luis Ruiz, Ryan Sy, Vince Rillon and Ron Nacianceno providing support.

The film festival, organized annually by the Egyptian Arab Society for Culture, Media and Arts, aims to promote cinema as a means of combating ignorance, terrorism and poverty.

“Plankton” by Russian filmmaker Giovana Olmos edged “Caretaker” for the top prize in the short fiction category while “Jasmenco” by Syrian director Wathec Salman placed third. “The Daughters of Mother India” by Indian filmmaker Vibha Bakshi topped the documentary category while “Sintel” by American animator Colin Levy, “Bear Story” by Gabriel Osorio Vargas of Chile and “Empsillnes” by Jakub Grygier of Poland led the entries in the animation category. The comedic film “Ave Maria” by British-Palestinian director Basil Khalil bagged the Jury Prize. Meanwhile, Morocco’s entry “Houkak” directed by Younes Yousfi was hailed Best Arabic Film.

Arab Film TV School director and cinematographer Dr. Mona El Sabban headed the CAM film festival jury comprised of members Dr. Nagwa Mahrous and actress Nada Bassiouny from Egypt, film critic Yusuf Shayeb from Palestine and Dr. Bou Shoaib El Masoudi from Morocco.

Jahzeel Abihail Cruz, Third Secretary and Vice Consul of the Embassy of the Philippines in Cairo, received the second prize trophy and certificate from CAM film festival director and chairman Alaa Nasr on behalf of the “Caretaker” team during the awarding ceremonies last October 13.

“Caretaker” has also been selected as one of the ten finalists in the Active Vista International Human Rights Film Festival short film competition currently being organized by the DAKILA artist collective. The film previously won the Golden Philippine Eagle award and Best Actor trophy for Inocencio at the third Singkuwento International Film Festival co-organized by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts last February. It was also shown at the 22nd annual Filipino International Cine Festival (FACINE) at the Roxie Theater in San Francisco, California and the International Film Festival Manhattan at the Producers Club in New York City. 

Sanchez is a lecturer at the Digital Filmmaking department of the De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde School of Design and Arts, the Department of Communication of Far Eastern University and the Arts and Education program of the College of the Holy Spirit-Manila. He also currently serves as adviser of the FEU Film Society. Apart from graduating from Brillante Mendoza’s first directing class, he is also a graduate of Ricky Lee’s 14th scriptwriting workshop and a member of Writers Studio. He previously worked as a producer for CNN Philippines, Solar News and TV5.

Sunday, October 23, 2016

World Teacher’s Day: A Dedication to Teachers Who Tech

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Lorelee Dedoroy Asignacion, is a Microsoft Innovative Educator (MIE), teaching at Bata National High School in the Philippines. Her journey began in 2012, when she was a finalist for the Microsoft Innovative Teachers’ Leadership Awards. Her winning entry was an activity about raising environmental awareness among local officials, where students were required to use technology as a platform for conducting research on the environment, organising mangrove-planting sessions in other cities and creating presentations for local officials.

Since then, her students have enjoyed getting involved in other environmental projects such as clean-up drives and environmental camps, using tools such as Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Publisher and PhotoStory, to share their findings on environmental issues.

Inspired by this experience, Asignacion endeavoured to introduce this to her colleagues. She demonstrated to them that even with limited Internet access in school, technology can still be integrated into lessons in many ways, such as by using quizzes created through PowerPoint and its hyperlink functions.

“The teachers love that technology has made their lessons more interactive and engaging than ever before, even without much additional effort,” said Asignacion. “What I find more rewarding is how students are raring to use them after seeing how these apps work. For instance, they now use PhotoStory in class to celebrate their classmates’ birthdays!”

Short+Sweet Manila 2016 Exclusive Backstage Interviews With Week 1 Artists

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Here's our exclusive short and sweet backstage interviews we took during the 2nd night of Short+Sweet Manila 2016 festival of plays started.

Apparently, we missed out on 1 interview since there is supposed to be 9 groups performing for the first week.

Day Two for the first batch had more people in the audience and you can clearly see their appreciation for all the performances. Each group were to perform three times

Week 1: October 21 to 23, 2016 at 8 pm on the first day and 7 pm on the rest of the days

Week 2: October 28 to 30, 2016 at 8 pm on the first day and 7 pm on the rest of the days

Wildcard shows are two nights, October 29 and 30, 2016 at 3:30 pm

The Finale will be on November 4 and 5 at 8 pm and 7 pm respectively.

Short+Sweet is an Australian theatrical initiative that has grown into an international creative brand - presenting Theatre, Dance and Music Festivals, all made up of works that last just 10 minutes or less!

The 10 minute time limit is fun and entertaining and helps to keep S+S accessible, delivering audiences and participants alike with an enjoyable and exciting experience of the theatre.

Last year's Short+Sweet Manila was held at the Samsung Hall in SM Aura, now the venue partner is at the Power Mac Center Spotlight at Circuit Makati

Watch out for more astounding 10-minute plays from Short+Sweet Manila 2016 on the coming batches for next week's offerings including the Wildcard shows, and finally teh finale where we will see the best among the best.

You can also watch our exclusive backstage interviews with the participants at our official YouTube channel at

There are also more photos at our official Facebook Fan Page at

If the first batch of the week were stunning, I'm pretty sure the next batches will try to outdo the performances of these talented theater artists. Catch them again at the Power Mac Center Spotlight located at Circuit Makati.

Know more about Short+Sweet Manila at their official Facebook page at

Wazzup Pilipinas will continue to support the theater - 10  minute or hours of play, it doesn't really matter. What we need is to support our Filipino artists so they would continue to be passionate with their respective crafts.

Break a leg to all the participants!

Short+Sweet Manila 2016 Festival Begins with 9 Promising 10-Minute Plays

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Who needs lengthy plays when a few minutes of thought-provoking ideas or hilarious situations could readily entertain or arouse us. Make that 9 consecutive 10-minute plays and it already could be an overwhelming and memorable experience especially when all of them somehow tickled our imagination.

I could not get enough of these bite-size theater masterpieces performed by young and talented artists, both amateur and professionals. For most of us, they all fared equally in our eyes since each and everyone did their best to provoke our senses.

While I fancy breaking the fourth wall performers from the Bob Gets Cast Out of Hell group and their humorous take on a discussion between God and the Devil, I was also amused with the Press Play group poking fun of the automated call answering machine integrated in praying to God. Both were not really new since I've seen so many similar ways to attract the interest of the crowd, but it is on their proper timing on punchlines and hilarious facial reactions and body movements which gives them an edge among others.

Objectum Sexuality was a weird love affair between a man and a rocking chair, but the psychiatrist's reactions and methods to convince the patient really made it a lot more entertaining. The end scene convinced me it was very sexually enticing as well. Lol! Seriously, this play needs a second chapter.

Transferring Kyle was more of a sci-fi take on life as if we could easily be replaced by a higher being when we are faulty with our ways. How I wish life was that easily rearranged, and that someone out there is monitoring our performance and would readily interfere and correct us even within the middle of our lifetime.

The Assignment
The Search
Narating Ko Ang Langit
How I Met Your Mother
Bob Gets Cast Out of Hell
Press Play
Objectum Sexuality
Transferring Kyle
Narating Ko Ang Langit tells the story of the "mystery" and the naughty reality towards priesthood as "boys will be boys" who will always be understandably curious of their manhood and sexuality. This is must be why there have been so many molestation issues thrown at priest because they had to keep their inner desires locked. Since not all of us are on our original intentions with regards to our career and decisions in life, priests could have experienced the same dilemma. I also wonder if they would have been more applauded if they did their play in English since there were many foreigners in the audience.

The Lady and the Tyger or How I Met Your Mother could have worked better if I didn't find the lengthy seated discussion quite tiring. I would have appreciated it more if I only I could zoom in closer on their faces showing their facial expressions and reactions. I was also waiting for the other two girls to say or do something other than look at their mobile phones and gulp their respective drinks. Hahaha, apparently they were merely part of the props.

Stargazers has another sci-fi theme showing a love interest between an alien and a human, and how the parent alien (father or mother?) tried to interfere. But still, love persisted since we all know it transcends beyond races, so why not even from planet of origin. I was getting distracted with the outfit of the Parent alien whose man-boobs were protruding. Lol!

The Assignment is all about a group of teens working on their stressful thesis that was nearing its deadline. It was quite a fortunate, or unfortunate, circumstance that a member suddenly dies so they could have an excuse to request for an extension. But what happens next is probably the punchline we were all patiently waiting for out from the lengthy arguments among each other. For me it was rather a long wait before I finally understood where all the discussion was leading to.

The Search will make you ask what your priorities are: Love life or Career, Wife or UFOs - making us dig deeper inside for somehow we do encounter this situation when we lose our sense of the real meaning of our existence in this Earth. Do we need the fame and recognition brought about by an undoubtedly turning point for our career by looking up to the far flung stars, or do we remain anchored on Earth by keeping in close contact with our own loved ones.

Watch out for more astounding 10-minute plays from Short+Sweet Manila 2016 on the coming batches for next week's offerings including the Wildcard shows, and finally teh finale where we will see the best among the best.

Watch our exclusive backstage interviews with the participants at our official YouTube channel at

There are also more photos at our official Facebook Fan Page at

If the first batch of the week were stunning, I'm pretty sure the next batches will try to outdo the performances of these talented theater artists. Catch them again at the Power Mac Center Spotlight located at Circuit Makati.

Wazzup Pilipinas will continue to support the theater - 10  minute or hours of play, it doesn't really matter. What we need is to support our Filipino artists so they would continue to be passionate with their respective crafts.

Break a leg to all the participants!

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