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Thursday, November 29, 2012

Tokyo Tokyo CDO's Press Conference



        
 

                    One day before opening to the public, Tokyo Tokyo CDO had a presscon with Sunstar CDO and the CDO Bloggers, including myself.

      




               

             The event started with a program, hosted by celebrity host Bryan Yu, and ended with dinner.








                 

                    The highlights of the night was a Maki Making Demo and a raffle draw.










             We all had a great and "yummy" time! --ARV













Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Dessert Strip's First Year Anniversary






         



             Today, Nov. 28, 2012, is the 1st Year Anniversary of Dessert Strip, a cakes and pastries shop that carries 100% homemade products.


           We, the officers and members of the CDO Bloggers, were invited to join such anniversary celebration held from 2-5pm today.
           While waiting for the other guests to arrive, we were entertained by three female singers who had soulful voices. Then, later, the program started with me leading the Opening Prayer. Subsequently, a dance number, some games, two baking demos, and a raffle were presented.
            It was truly a  fun-filled celebration. --ARV

                         
                          Thanks and congratulations, Dessert Strip!

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Tokyo Tokyo Comes to Cagayan de Oro


          Kagay-anons, mark the date November 29, 2012! This is when Tokyo Tokyo, the No.1 Japanese fast food chain in the Philippines, will open its 1st branch in the City of Golden Friendship, most particularly in the 2nd floor of Limketkai Mall.

          Already in the country for twenty-seven years, with its initial branch at the Quad Park in Makati City, Tokyo Tokyo has evolved to be known for its affordable and quality Japanese food. Its signature dishes such as Pork Tonkatsu, Prawn Tempura, Beef Misono, as well as the all-time favorites, Red Iced Tea and Rice-All-You-Can-Eat, will surely catch the attention of Kagay-anons.

          Moreover, there are additionals to its menu, the Sumo Meal and the Bento Meal! The Sumo Meal, named after Japan’s iconic sumo wrestler, is a “big meal which has many of Tokyo Tokyo’s best sellers: Pork Tonkatsu, Prawn Tempura, Red Iced Tea and Rice-All-You-Can-Eat, perfect for two.” Meanwhile, the Bento Meal is a complete meal in a box, with a fully customizable content. Any customer can select “among nine Tokyo Tokyo Bestseller Meals combined with Miso Soup, vegetables and dessert in one meal with Red Iced Tea and Rice-All-You-Can-Eat.”

           Tokyo Tokyo’s Marketing Manager Joan Optina says, “We are excited to bring our signature Japanese dishes to Cagayan De Oro and we look forward to serving the region with dishes that are enjoyed by millions of Filipinos. The opening of the CDO branch is something we’re all very excited about because it will be the first Tokyo Tokyo in the Northern Mindanao Region.”



           On its opening day, there will be exciting giveaways to the first 100 customers.

            Regular updates on Tokyo Tokyo’s latest product offerings and promos can be seen by clicking the “like” button on  their Facebook page www.facebook.com/TokyoTokyoPhilippines.

A Big Decision: What to Take Up As A College Major


          Oftentimes, it is not easy deciding what to take up as a College Major. However, this decision-making situation can be less stressful if you practice time management and gather all the necessary facts before planning. Take a deep breath and be still. Analyze things well. Assess your likes or interests. While growing up, what have always or often been your most prominent skills, as well as your favorite pastime or hobby? From these aspects, you can then decide what major to take up in college.

          If you have been fond of animals, and have been constantly taking care of your pet dog or cat, you can consider becoming a veterinarian, thus taking up Veterinary Medicine. Meanwhile, if you have been the class and family clown, the type of person who can easily make people laugh, you can be an entertainer, hence considering Theater Arts and the like. Furthermore, if you have been frequently involved in helping out others in their respective plights, you may think of being a lawyer someday, therefore considering Law.

          Actually, once you have analyzed things thoroughly, the list of possible majors can go on and on. In this regard, it is then a lot easier to choose which major to take up. In case you still have difficulty deciding despite the aforementioned tips, you can always seek the help or opinion of your family and friends. The decision-making process may take some time, but once you know where to start, deciding what to take up as a College Major is not that complicated after all. -- ARV

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Welcome Back, Self! :)

          "Welcome back, self!" Yep, I'm back! So sorry for the 5-month break, I've been busy with my job as Marketing Manager of Bigby's and Missy Bon Bon here in Cagayan de Oro and simultaneoulsy, I've been preoccupied with scare over my youngest son's suspected Marfan's Syndrome.

           Anyway, here I am once more...Now that I'm a freelancer again (I resigned from the aforementioned job days ago), I have time for blogging, and I'll try my best to answer comments right away... --ARV