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All I Want for Christmas Is...
posted by Carrie B. Yan on 12/19/2011 06:24 PM

Christmas is a time of hope and of giving.  It is in this season that we make wishes with a heart full of hope, expectation and good cheer.  Asking around, we have found that Christmas wishes come in different forms, shapes and sizes.  Some of these cannot be bought with money and cannot match anything material.Here is a sampling of Christmas wishes.A laptop!  I'm the youngest of five siblings and get last priority on the family desktop.  I can do my assignments more quickly if I had my own laptop.  And of course, visit my favorite social networking sites.- Anne... read more

tags: christmas, wishlist, christmas wishes, holiday

Lucky kids experience gift of giving at Nickelodeon’s Christmas Toy Run
posted by Carrie B. Yan on 12/19/2012 05:36 PM

Nickelodeon, the premier entertainment channel for kids, gave two of its lucky fans the best gift ever this Christmas -- a jaw-dropping P50,000 shopping spree each at Toy Kingdom. Nine year-old Bea Cruz and 8 year-old Jaime Calilung were announced the winners of the annual Nickelodeon Toy Run, taking home P50,000 worth of toys each and an additional P50,000 worth donated to SM Foundation, Inc. A once-in-a-lifetime treat, Bea and Jaime dashed back and forth in the aisles of the Toy Kingdom store at SM Mall of Asia to collect all of the toys they want in only three minutes.... read more

tags: christmas, nickelodeon, christmas toy run, bea cruz, jaime calilung, sm foundation inc

Parol, Parol
posted by Brando Dimagiba on 12/21/2010 10:45 AM

The earliest lanterns were traditionally made from simple materials like bamboo sticks, crepe paper, and a candle or coconut oil-lamp for illumination. Present day lanterns can take many different shapes and forms. Around Manila, lanterns are either made of Capiz shells or plastic illuminate the city. Origin of ParolA lantern is called parol in the vernacular. The word parol comes from the Spanish word for lantern, farol. According to World Book's Christmas in the Philippines, the roots of the parol can be found in the Mexican pinata. The pinata came to Spain from Italy in the 1300's, spread to Mexico... read more

tags: parol, christmas, lantern, specials

Experience White Christmas with Great Taste White Coffee
posted by Carrie B. Yan on 12/20/2011 04:48 PM

Dreaming of a White Christmas? Get more creative this year to enjoy a snowy Yuletide. For every indoor or outdoor activity, there’s a warm cup of the new Great Taste White coffee to share with family and friends as you make this Christmas the whitest one of all. Families can start their snow-themed holiday bonding at home by decorating together. Transform your house into Winter Wonderland with a festive white motif. Share your fondest holiday memories under the mistletoe, while indulging in yummy Christmas goodies. There’s nothing like swapping stories or watching your favorite classic holiday movies together over some cakes... read more

tags: christmas, holiday, great taste, white coffee

Jolly Family Toy Scouts: Starting a new Christmas tradition with Maaga ang Pasko
posted by Carrie B. Yan on 12/21/2011 02:32 PM

Jollibee’s Maaga ang Pasko – the country’s longest running toy and book collection drive - provides an avenue this year for more families to share their blessings to others and make giving a part of their Christmas family tradition.   During the 17th Maaga ang Pasko kickoff events held in various SM Malls in Manila, Pampanga, Naga, Cebu and Cagayan De Oro, several families from different cities and municipalities came forward to hang their symbolic pledges on the Maaga Tree. The generous and kind-hearted families – from the kids to the parents – came in full force and shared how they... read more

tags: jollibee, christmas, maaga ang pasko, jollibee family values awards

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