16 Jcan netball teams to Florida Classics

first_imgSenior ‘A’ Business House netball winners and defending champion, Scotiabank ‘A’ along with Senior ‘B’ winners Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) will be among sixteen Jamaican teams participating in this year’s Florida Netball Classic International Tournament, to be held tomorrow and Sunday at Coral Spring Gymnasium in Fort Lauderdale.Intermediate ‘A’ league winners National Commercial Bank (NBC) will also be making the trip this year. The two-day event has hosted up to 50 teams from countries such as Jamaica, Australia, New Zealand, England, Canada, Antigua, The Bahamas, Trinidad & Tobago and Cayman Islands.Rollington Town All Stars, Caricom Netball Team Of Florida, JUTC and Appliance Traders Limited are expected to give defending champion Scotiabank a strong challenge this year.Rollington Town are the beaten 2014 finalist, consisting the Ffrench sisters – Nadine, Sade and Jodi-Ann Ffrench, who are all former Sunshine Girls plus Camille Henry. The Caricom team include ex-national players, Karla Williams Borrego and Measha Brown.Flow ( formerly Lime), the 2014 consolation winners, and ICD, the Mixed winners, will return to defend their respective titles. The star studded Scotiabank ‘A’ team will have former Sunshine girls, captain Naudia Brown, Marsha Murphy-Dawkins, Sateva Taylor-Barnes, Kameika Sherwood, Patricia McCalla and former captain Malysha Kelly in their line-up.last_img read more

Big test for Chelsea

first_img ARSENAL vs MANCHESTER CITY MANCHESTER, England (AP): They can’t keep a clean sheet. Their striker has stopped scoring. Their opponents have worked out how to stifle them. The Chelsea juggernaut might just be starting to slow, just when English football’s major trophies are about to be decided. Chelsea and Tottenham park their battle for the Premier League title for one weekend when they meet at Wembley Stadium tomorrow for the first of two blockbuster semi-finals in the FA Cup. There’s no doubt which of the two teams has the momentum. In the white corner, there’s Spurs, the form team in the country with eight straight wins in all competitions, during which they’ve scored 28 goals. They have the meanest defence around and arguably the hottest striker in Harry Kane. Chelsea, meanwhile, are still the Premier League leaders by four points over Tottenham and could yet finish the season with the domestic double. But cracks are starting to show. Antonio Conte’s side last kept a clean sheet in the league on January 22, 11 games ago. Top scorer Diego Costa hasn’t scored in his last six matches. Chelsea have lost two of their last four games, to Crystal Palace and Manchester United. In those games, Palace and United played two up front to pressurise Chelsea’s three-man backline. Tottenham did the same in beating Chelsea 2-0 at White Hart Lane in the league in January. Tottenham and United also played wing backs in those matches to negate the threat of Chelsea’s wide players. There looks to be a formula to stop Chelsea, provided opponents have the personnel to achieve it, and Spurs clearly do. “It won’t be easy,” Conte said, looking ahead to the semi-final, “because Tottenham now are the best team. They are in good form and they have a lot of enthusiasm. They are feeling the possibility to write the history.” Spurs last lifted the FA Cup in 1991 and haven’t won the league since 1961. The second semi-final looks just as compelling and features two more of England’s heavyweight teams whose managers want to win a trophy for different reasons. City manager Pep Guardiola is looking for something tangible to mark his first season in England, although an FA Cup title will not make up for his team’s last-16 exit in the Champions League and failing to mount a Premier League title challenge. As for Arsene Wenger, this could be his last season in charge of Arsenal, with his contract up in June. Winning the FA Cup in 2014, for his first trophy in nine years, might have persuaded him to stay on as manager and history could be repeated three years later.last_img read more

To Increase Agricultural Information to Farmers, USAID FED Partners With Community Radios

first_imgIn order to increase agricultural information to local farmers for improvement of food security in Liberia, the United States Agency for International Development Food and Enterprise Development (USAID FED) has entered into a partnership with four community radio stations.The community radio stations are Super Bongese in Bong, Radio Kergheamahn in Nimba, Radio Tamba Taylor in Lofa and Lacsa Radio in Grand Bassa Counties respectively.The occasion organized by the extension and communication department of USAID FED was held on Friday, May 23 at a local hotel in Monrovia. It was attended by stakeholders in the Agricultural sector, members of the media and local farmers.Several presentations were made at the program which include, MoA’s role in strengthening agriculture, with emphasis on the Liberian media, reporting on agricultural issues, farmers access to credit and among others.Speaking at the ceremony, the extension specialist of USAID FED, Doe Adovor, explained that his institution’s partnership with the four community radio stations is intended to enhance food security in Liberia, through the dissemination of information to farmers.He said that USAID FED has provided four laptops, finances and other items to the four stations to enhance their works.According to him, the partnership was important because it will strengthen relationship with local farmers where USAIDFED program is being implemented.He named Bong, Grand Bassa, Nimba, Lofa and Montserrado counties as places that his institution is supporting farmers in rice, cassava, and vegetable and livestock productions.In a power-point presentation, Deputy Minister of Ministry of Agriculture, Dr. Charles McClain explained that the mandate of his Ministry is to ensure that farmers in the country are given all necessary opportunities to engage in agriculture in order to boost the country’s economy.He said that it was important for the Liberian media to exert more effort in reporting on the sector to erase the notion by some Liberians that nothing is done by government and partners to improve the level of agricultural production in the country.“There is a whole lot happening in the sector but the information is not getting to the public. We want to encourage the press to reach out for information about the sector,” he said.He emphasized that this was important to help improve the level of food production in the country.“Food security is paramount to the Agenda for Transformation and as such the media plays a very important role in informing Liberians to get involved by investing in agriculture,” he stated.According to Dr. McClain, though the government lacks all the funding for revamping the sector, it is, however, indicated that the contributions of international partners like USAID FED and others are greatly helping to restore the sector.He said that the MoA has created its communication strategy to reach information to local farmers through radio programs.The MoA’s Deputy Minister disclosed plan to work with many community radio stations across the country to promote the massages to rural people.Speaking earlier, USAID FED communication specialist, Nicolas Parkinson urged the press to report on Agriculture in order to improve the lives of Liberian farmers.“There are so many opportunities unfolding in the country that could help change the lives of farmers positively. Therefore, journalists must communicate these opportunities to help the farmers,” he said.He mentioned that policies such as the lifting of tariff on agriculture products and the purchasing of produce locally by government are needed information that would help farmers, if they were informed.Meanwhile, Liberian journalists attending the program have vowed to exert every effort in reaching information about Agriculture to local farmers.They called on the government and its partners to build their capacities to reach farmers in the country.The Liberian journalists, who disclosed plans to form a network of agricultural reporters, said that the lack of logistics to travel from one place to another in the rural areas greatly limits their functions.They made the disclosure to the Daily Observer right after the end of the one-day stakeholders’ meeting.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

ArcelorMittal Workers End Strike

first_imgFollowing two days of go-slow action, workers of the steel giant ArcelorMittal have resumed work at the mining site in Yekepa, Nimba County.An aggrieved worker told this paper via mobile phone that the company has committed itself to address their demands by March 31.“After several hours of discussions, we finally agreed to return to work, while the negotiation continues,” said another worker.“Our demands,” the workers said, “are already in the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA), so they told us to wait until it is finalized by March ending.” On Monday, January 9, the ArcelorMittal workforce stopped operations at the concession site demanding better wages, benefits and improved living conditions.The aggrieved workers said the company decreased their salaries and benefits during the fall in the price of iron ore last year, but since the improvement in the prices on the world market, the company is yet to reinstate what was subtracted from their wages and benefits.They also complained that since 2014, all their benefits, including school benefits for five children, overtime bonus, job site feeding, have been streamlined.“The same job we are doing in Liberia is the same mining going on in Australia and everywhere Mittal has their company operating; those workers in other countries receive their just benefits,” the workers had said.The company’s Communications Manager, Ms. Hesta Baker Pearson, confirmed the resumption of work by the offended workers and also added that most of what the workers had requested was already in the CBA and negotiation is ongoing to finalize the matter.She said every single year, the company and workers’ union discuss issues regarding benefits, salary increments and other matters that would improve the working condition, but added that it appeared that many of the workers were not informed of this development.The Daily Observer contacted the workers’ union president Cooper Zogbay, but he refused to comment, saying the management does not allow any worker to speak to the press.ArcelorMittal is yet to bring sanity to the entire Yekepa Community, since its management took over the Mount Nimba concession in 2005, leaving most of the area in ruins, including the lack of safe drinking water and limited healthcare, they claim.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

8th annual Spirit of the Peace Powwow draws elite competitors

first_imgPresident Connie Greyeyes says the Society did worry that the change in format might feel different, but in the end she couldn’t have asked for a better event. “All of the countless hours that the volunteers and the community puts in prior to the powwow is all worth it when you come there and you see that the arena is full of spectators and champion dancers,” she argues. Greyeyes was happy that as hosts they were still able to do the little things for their guests, and the vibe stayed the same. That means important things like taking care of elders and dancers with food and drinks. – Advertisement -“We really do our best to make sure that everybody there feels welcome, to stop and tell every dancer, ‘Thank you very much for coming. We hope you come again’,” she says, adding that every dancer she spoke to said they would come back. The Society must now decide whether it wants to hold another competition powwow next year, or return to the traditional style. Greyeyes argues holding a competitive powwow brings in dancers from further away, who are at the top of their field. Instead of a traditional powwow, where all dancers receive an honourarium, there are prizes for first, second and third place in each category. Advertisement “The competition powwow brings a lot of dancers, and we just are really glad to be able to come down and be there and try to learn something,” says Greyeyes. “You better bring your A game because there’s some real tough competitors. They take that risk coming down.” Everybody that dances know that they’re taking that risk coming down here, and that’s why it’s usually the good dancers that go those long distances, because they know they’re good. Overall, Greyeyes says the change was well received, but that better clarity would be needed in the future over who is allowed to compete. As part of being “good hosts”, dancers from the Fort St. John area, not including surrounding First Nations communities, could dance, but could not compete for prizes. “It’s about supporting our dancers; that’s what we do. It isn’t all about money.”Photos from the Powwow are below:Advertisementlast_img read more

Is this Liverpool’s starting XI next season with three brilliant signings?

first_img Goalkeeper: Simon Mignolet – Click the right arrow above to see how, with everyone fit, Liverpool could line up… – For the time being, the Belgian shot-stopper appears to have won over Jurgen Klopp and should remain the No.1 unless a top glovesman becomes available. 11 Striker: Roberto Firmino – Liverpool are reportedly keen on signing Alexandre Lacazette but it seems they may well opt to concentrate most of their cash on improving their defence and midfield, allowing Firmino to remain in the starting XI. 11 Left forward: Philippe Coutinho – Barcelona seem to be interested in signing the Brazil star but the Reds will do all they can to keep him at Anfield for the coming years. 11 Centre-back: Virgil van Dijk (Southampton) – Dutch star Van Dijk has been superb for the Saints since his arrival from Celtic but it appears he could become another of their players to make the move to Anfield. Liverpool could bid around £50m for his services. 11 11 Centre-back: Joel Matip – Bringing in the Cameroon star on a free transfer was an incredible move by the Reds last summer, and he will remain at the heart of the defence next year. Central midfield: Naby Keita (RB Leipzig) – According to reports in the Daily Mirror, Jurgen Klopp is ready to slap in a club-record £50m bid for the 22-year-old midfielder who has excelled in his debut Bundesliga campaign. His arrival, though, would nudge Georginio Wijnaldum onto the bench. Liverpool are set for a busy summer in the transfer market and it appears they are running the rule over a huge number of targets.Manager Jurgen Klopp will be looking to improve in several positions, especially at left-back where they have been playing James Milner all season, and in midfield.Every day there is more speculation as to who the Reds may have on their wishlist, so how might their team look come next season?Click the right arrow above to see how, with everyone fit, Liverpool could line up… Left-back: Ryan Sessegnon (Fulham) – English starlet Sessegnon has had tongues wagging in the Championship with a number of brilliant attacking displays, and Liverpool could bring him in to replace Alberto Moreno. 11 Right-back: Nathaniel Clyne – It was an unspectacular season from the England international but it’s likely he will remain in Klopp’s XI for the time being. Right forward: Sadio Mane – He might have cost £35m last summer but he was money well spent as his turbo-charged style of play put plenty of teams on the backfoot. Sadly, injuries and international duty stopped him playing more but he will be the first name on the team sheet next season. 11 Central midfield: Adam Lallana – England star Lallana has been a huge hit at Anfield and is a big part of Klopp’s plans for next season. 11 11 Central midfield: Jordan Henderson – If the Reds’ passmaster is fit, he’ll keep things ticking over next season for Jurgen Klopp. 11 11last_img read more

Han flying solo atop LPGA

first_img “It was cold out there. I’m tired,” Han said. “I’m better off playing tomorrow.” The 54-hole LPGA Tour event on Donald Trump’s lavish new oceanfront course will conclude today. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 “This is one of those weeks where you have to be really, really patient,” said Natalie Gulbis, who trailed Han by two shots. Slow play the first three days and a 3 1/2-hour delay because of dense fog Saturday have plagued the tournament in its first year at Trump National. The players also were cut off by darkness Saturday. None of the 79 players who made the cut completed the third round. Fans started leaving before the leaders even teed off. Scotland’s Catriona Matthew and France’s Karine Icher were tied for second at 8-under. Matthew had completed 11 holes and was 3-under for the round after birdies on her first, third and 11th holes. Icher was 1-over through eight. Gulbis, British Open champion Jeong Jang and South Korean compatriots Young Jo and Soo-Yun Kang were 7-under. RANCHO PALOS VERDES — For the second day in a row, the sun sank into the Pacific Ocean without fans seeing a round completed in the Office Depot Championship. South Korea’s Hee-Won Han had a one-stroke lead with 10 holes to play when the final round was suspended because of darkness Sunday. center_img Two-time defending champion Annika Sorenstam was five shots back. She was 1-under through 14 holes. “It was another long day,” she said. “I hit a lot of good shots and putted well, but it’s a tricky golf course.” Sunday began with 72 players finishing the second round after being stranded by darkness Saturday after the fog delay. That caused a backlog throughout Sunday’s play. Gulbis has yet to win a title in three years as a pro. The 22-year-old California native finished up the second round Sunday with a 69 after an opening 66 Friday. “It’s been a long day,” she said. “I got here at 6 a.m., played 10 holes (of the second round), then had four hours before playing again. I don’t think I’ve played a full 18 yet.” @Roundup Score:Chrysler Classic of Greensboro @Roundup Text:GREENSBORO, N.C. — South Korea’s K.J. Choi won his third PGA Tour event by closing with a 6-under 66 for a two-shot victory over Shigeki Maruyama. He earned $900,000 for his efforts. It was Choi’s first PGA Tour victory since 2002, when he won two tournaments during a breakthrough season. He finished at 22-under 266, one stroke short of Jesper Parnevik’s tournament record from 1999. Maruyama shot a 67. @Roundup Score:SAS Championship @Roundup Text:CARY, N.C. — Hale Irwin won for the fourth time this year to push his Champions Tour-record victory total to 44 by capping a back-nine run with an eagle in a two-stroke victory over Tom Jenkins and Bob Gilder. The 60-year-old Irwin played the back nine in 6-under 31 for a 6-under 66 and a final total of 13-under 203 on the Prestonwood Country Club course. He birdied holes 10, 12, 13 and 15 and reached 13-under with a 25-foot eagle putt from the collar of the green on the par-5 17th. Gilder closed with a 71, and Jenkins shot a 70. @Roundup Score:Dunhill Links Championship @Roundup Text:ST. ANDREWS, Scotland — Colin Montgomerie birdied the final hole to win the Dunhill Links Championship by a stroke Sunday. He rallied from a five-shot deficit for his first victory in his home country since 1999. Montgomerie closed with a 1-under 71 on the Old Course for a 9-under 279 total on a cold, blustery day. His previous victory in Scotland came at the Loch Lomond Invitational, now the Scottish Open. He has 29 European tour titles. @Roundup Score:Oregon Classic @Roundup Text:EUGENE, Ore. — Jeff Gove won the Nationwide Tour event when steady morning rain forced tournament officials to cancel the fourth round. Gove had rounds of 66, 68 and 67 for a total of 15-under par and three-stroke advantage over Jamie Broce, Kris Cox, Tim Wilkinson and Esteban Toledo on the Shadow Hills course. Gove, also a tour winner in 1995 and 1999, earned $81,000 to jump from 34th to 13th on the money list with $205,199 with four weeks remaining. The top 20 on the money list at the end of the season will earn 2006 PGA Tour cards. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Africa’s first accelerator mass spectrometry lab unveiled

first_img8 July 2014Africa’s first accelerator mass spectrometry (AMS) facility was unveiled by Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor at the iThemba Laboratory for Accelerator-Based Sciences at the University of Johannesburg on Monday.AMS is mainly used for the radiocarbon dating of biological, geological and hydrological material, as well as historical artefacts. It also has important applications in biomedicine – including Alzheimer’s and cancer research, as well as drug discovery – and in climate and environmental research.Pandor said the new facility would help to achieve the vision, spelled out in the National Development Plan (NDP), of “turning South Africa into a vibrant knowledge-based economy … driven by the quality of the human capital we develop … our research and development infrastructure, and the enablers we have put in place to bridge the chasm between research and socio-economic outcomes”.According to Pandor, over 300 items of state-of-the-art research equipment have been acquired and placed at various South African universities since 2005, attracting foreign scientists, increasing postgraduate student numbers and boosting local and international collaboration.“The facility is going to be particularly valuable for purposes of human capital development, and we see it being used to train scientists and students from a variety of scientific disciplines in the use and application of rare isotopes.”Dr Simon Mullins, who heads iThemba Labs’ Gauteng facility, said that while there were accelerator facilities in Nigeria, Egypt and Algeria, iThemba Labs was the only facility on the continent to host its own AMS lab.“Previously, any research requiring the use of AMS warranted shipping the samples to an overseas facility,” Mullins said. “By hosting a lab locally, iThemba Labs now enables the continent’s research community with a faster and more efficient method of sample analysis.”Mullins said the AMS lab would provide both a dynamic research environment and a rich training ground for Africa’s next generation of .“Many of the 100 or so AMS facilities worldwide cater mainly to radiocarbon dating on a commercial basis,” he said. “We have chosen to focus on a research-oriented approach to the operation of our AMS lab, offering a wider range of isotope analysis, which will go hand-in-hand with postgraduate training for master’s and doctoral degrees.“The lab will also be used for biomedical research applications, as well as for archaeology and palaeosciences, in which Wits University is a leading research institute that hosts the Centre of Excellence in Palaeosciences, the Evolutionary Studies Institute and the Rock Art Research Institute.”The new facility is funded by the Department of Science and Technology, the National Research Foundation and the International Atomic Energy Agency.SAinfo reporterlast_img read more

Health is a Family Affair: Connecting the Dots between Health and Family

first_imgKaren Shirer is a member of the Military Families Learning Network Family Transitions Team and the Associate Dean with the University of Minnesota, Extension Center for Family Development. Karen is also the parent of two adult daughters, a grandmother, a spouse, and a cancer survivor. By Dr. Karen Shirer, Ph.D.Our health and family well-being are closely linked to each other.  When a family member suffers from ill-health due to chronic disease, the health and wellness of both the individual and his/her family are impacted.Chronic illnesses like diabetes, cancer and heart disease cause not only physical difficulties but also stress among individuals and families. Yet, family support and positive communication provide important protection against developing chronic disease and dealing with it when diagnosed with one.  Dr. Tai Mendenhall at the University of Minnesota in the webinar (title) gave two powerful examples of the relationship between physical health and relational health in families.  In couples, relationship quality affects partners’ immune function and endocrine stress hormones, and as a result, the development and course of chronic illnesses. That means, couples in high conflict relationships have higher stress and, therefore, can be at higher risk for illness.  In addition, physical health of partners affects their relationship quality.  Illness can “get in the way” of the couple and cause caregiver stress and burden.Chronic pain in a family member can lead to poor relationships and the onset of depression and anxiety in both partners.  When couples learned to communicate in a more responsive and facilitative manner and showed support to each other, pain intensity and depression decreased, and couples were more satisfied with their relationship.We spend the majority of our time with our families and as a result, they impact our health.  How we communicate and interact with each other can play a significant role in the health and resiliency of our families. Dr. Mendenhall described these important communication skills to promote health:Listen carefully instead of thinking about your response while the other person is talkingReflect back what you heard the other person say rather than minimize or say things like “yes, but …”Focus on behavior that can be changed instead of the other person’s characterBe honest and avoid “niceties” like telling the other person everything is fine or that it is nothingTake time-outs to defuse strong emotions or respond while tiredDr. Mendenhall reminds us that the family’s main functions focus on protecting the safety of its members and teaching them health behaviors. As family service and health care providers, we need to consider the whole family when providing services and care, and look for ways to strengthen their ability to fulfill these basic functions.  When a family faces a health crisis of one of its members, a team of providers representing both physical and behavioral practices need to work together.  This team’s role involves understanding the patient’s and their family’s world listen with empathy; seeing the world through the eyes of the patient and their family; and valuing their lived experience and wisdom.  The patient and his/her family need to be critical members of this multi-disciplinary care team.Take time to view Part 1 to learn more about the connection between chronic illness and stress, and how it impacts individual and family health.  You will find additional information and strategies for strengthening families’ well-being and for collaborating with other service provides when working with families struggling with chronic illness.  It is a great investment of your time!last_img read more

LaVar Ball on why son Lonzo is perfect for Lakers: ‘They really don’t have a leader’

first_imgRobredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games “Team-wise, the Lakers are a better fit,” the outspoken patriarch said during CSN’s “Celtics Talk” podcast, as relayed by Bleacher Report.“They really don’t have a leader. Boston already went to the playoffs. They have a leader,” he said, pertaining to the Celtics who holds the first selection.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutDuring an exclusive workout with the Lakers earlier this week, Lonzo said the same thing and described himself as “a leader and a point guard”  that would fill the team’s needs moving forward.READ: Lonzo Ball works out for Lakers, would love to be no. 2 pick 1 dead in Cavite blast, fire Cavs, Warriors will get physical as NBA Finals tension boils MOST READ WATCH: Firefighters rescue baby seal found in parking garage LATEST STORIES Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ What ‘missteps’? NBA prospect Lonzo Ball speaks with the media after a workout with the Los Angeles Lakers at Toyota Sports Center on June 7, 2017 in El Segundo, California. Image: Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images/AFPFollowing several conflicting reports regarding the Los Angeles Lakers’ interest with blue chip prospect Lonzo Ball, his father LaVar once again chimed in on why his son would be better off in Purple and Gold.With the Lakers picking second in the 2017 NBA Draft next week, June 22, LaVar described the former UCLA Bruin as the leader that the team desperately needs.ADVERTISEMENTcenter_img The father and son duo, meanwhile, hasn’t been shy at all on airing their preference to stay close to their home in California.“All I said was that my boy is going to play for the Lakers, and I’m going to speak it into existence,” LaVar told ESPN last February. “I want him to be a Laker, but I wasn’t saying he’s only going to play for the Lakers.”It remains unclear whether Lonzo will indeed be a Laker or not, but all eyes will certainly be on him come next Thursday. Khristian Ibarrola/JBRELATED STORY:Nike wants Lonzo Ball, but not for father’s asking price of $1BADVERTISEMENT Heart Evangelista admits she’s pregnant… with chicken Heart Evangelista admits she’s pregnant… with chicken Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ World’s 50 Best Restaurants launches new drinking and dining guide View comments Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. last_img read more