Kenneth M. del Rosario

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Skyway Stage 3 makes road trips much more fun and seamless

When it comes to travel, we often hear the saying that “half the journey is getting there.” Unfortunately, with heavy traffic in the metro most often than not, this isn’t always a good thing. Wasting time inside the vehicle,...

Humba is a Filipino dish that is sweet, sour, and salty all at once

Photo by Meljane Petiluna. Humba is a Filipino braised pork dish which traditionally uses pork belly slow-cooked in soy sauce, vinegar, black peppercorns, garlic, bay leaves, and fermented black beans (tausi)  sweetened with muscovado sugar. Its close in taste and look...

Soon-to-rise international cruise ship terminal in Albay seen to boost tourism

Photo from Mondex Pro Bicol Facebook Page. A world-class mega tourism project—an international cruise ship terminal—is set to rise in Albay in the Bicol region. To be built along the Legazpi City boulevard that is adjacent to the newly constructed...

Spotlight is on cultural, ecotourism under the new normal

Tayak Nature, Adventure and Wildlife (TANAW) Park. Photo by Chie Nograles Telleran Rubis. The tourism department is shining the spotlight on Laguna’s cultural and ecotourism industries, saying these will help spur domestic travel in the region under the new normal.

Milk tea-rrific kind of love with Mister Donut and Serenitea

Just because the pandemic has turned our lives upside down doesn’t mean we can’t plan a little something special for Valentine’s Day. More so this Season of Love as Mister Donut, one of the world’s...

From staycations to romantic dinner dates, Shangri-la has got you covered for V-day

Love blooms this February at Shangri-La at the Fort, Manila, with special offers for your special someone. Whether it’s staycations, romantic dinner dates, or sweet gifting options, ShangriLove has got you covered. * In the room for love

Philanthropist continues meaningful work, a century after Chinese parents migrated to PH

Dy in a recent interview with ChinoyTV For Dr James Dy, helping people gives him a sense of purpose in life, a fulfilment far more rewarding than anything the world can offer. At 91 years old, Dy is one of the country’s most prominent Filipino-Chinese philanthropists, having literally...

A sweet celebration of Chinese lineage

As a child, Kayan Chan looked forward to the family dinner party to celebrate the Chinese New Year. Like any Chinese, celebrating the occasion was a big deal to them, too. It was always fun times as she got to see her cousins...

Tourists prefer destinations with open spaces, safety protocols in place

Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar. Photo by Kenneth M. del Rosario. More tourists prefer to visit tourist spots with open spaces and those with safety and health protocols in place during the pandemic. That’s according to the Tourism SecretaryBernadette Romulo-Puyat...

Ivatan Beer is a nice addition to Philippine’s locally produced alcoholic beverages

Photo by Joser Ferreras for TripZilla / Jhon Dave Ablat Should you find yourself in the beautiful island of Batanes, there’s something new you must try. It’s called the Ivatan Beer and it’s the latest addition to the country’s wide variety of locally produced alcoholic beverages.