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Adeline Yuboco

Citizen based in Paranaque City, Manila, Philippines. Joined on Dec 24, 2010
Expertise in Social media, General business news & info, Careers & workplace, Small business



Philippines: Mabuhay Germany steps forward to have fun in 2012 Special

Taguig - Bonifacio High Street was filled with all things German as the German-Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industries, Inc. (GPCCI) held its annual Mabuhay Germany event.

Review: Le Petit Cheri — Alabang's little French darling Special

Alabang - Nestled in the suburb of Alabang 21 kilometers south of Metro Manila, Le Petit Cheri is a casual dining restaurant that promises to give diners a place where they can enjoy a bit of fine French cuisine in a friendly and cozy atmosphere.

Interview: Marco Lobregat's quest to boost PH mushroom industry Special

Taguig - Marco Lobregat is a man on a mission. As the CEO of the Ministry of Mushrooms, his passion for mushrooms goes beyond just making a profit. He sees mushrooms as a valuable, yet untapped, source of nutrition and jobs for Filipinos.

An Afternoon of Spanish Wine Hosted by ASEAN Merchants Special

Alabang - ASEAN Merchants, a rising exporter of Spanish wines and olive oil, recently came to Manila to host an intimate wine appreciation course at the Bellevue Hotel Manila as part of the launch of their branch here in the Philippines.

Mobile Optima launches first mobile loyalty rewards program in PH Special

Pasig - Digital solutions company Mobile Optima recently made history with the launching of PerxClub—the first and only mobile loyalty rewards program in the Philippines.

Mabuhay Germany celebrates German business Winning Moments in PH Special

Taguig - The German-Philippines Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GPCCI) formally opened their annual Mabuhay Germany event on Friday, October 7, 2011 to celebrate the partnerships fostered between Germany and the Philippines.

UN launches int'l competition for slavery memorial design

New York - The United Nations (UN) announced on Friday the launching of an international competition for the design and structure for a memorial honoring victims of slavery worldwide.

Philippines: Enderun Colleges host wine-tasting event Special

Taguig - It was an afternoon of fine food and wine as Enderun Colleges hosted their Not for Snobs wine market and wine tasting event in the Atrium within the school's campus.

Discover cuisine: an exclusive food bloggers event Special

Taguig - Selected food bloggers in the Philippines attended the Discover Cuisine: An Exclusive Food Bloggers Event organized and hosted by Enderun Colleges, the country's premiere hospitality management school.

Palawan's Underground River vies for New 7 Wonders of Nature List

Puerto Princesa City - Palawan's Underground River has first gained international prestige and recognition after UNESCO classified it as a World Heritage Site. Recently, it has been named as one of the 28 sites being considered for the New 7 Wonders of Nature in the World.

Saudi Prince Khalid bin Abdullah Dies at 54

Riyadh - Saudi Arabia's Prince Khalid bin Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud died of undisclosed causes on Friday, June 10. He was 54.

Filipinos worldwide celebrate 113 years of independence

Manila - Thousands of Filipinos from all over the world join their fellow countrymen as they celebrate the Philippines' 113th year of independence on Sunday, June 12.

3 Filipinos executed in China for drug smuggling

Manila - Despite last minute appeals made by the Philippine government for clemency, three Filipinos were executed in China on Wednesday after being convicted for smuggling drugs into the country.

Jackie Chan latest victim of Twitter death hoax

Famous action star Jackie Chan is the latest victim of celebrity death hoax in Twitter with "RIP Jackie Chan" as one of the most trending topics in the popular social media website.

First picture of Mercury's surface released by NASA

Officials from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) released early Tuesday morning the very first picture of the surface of the planet Mercury taken by the spacecraft Messenger.

Plutonium detected in soil around Fukushima nuclear power plant

Tokyo - Soil samples taken from five separate locations around the Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) nuclear power plant showed the presence of Plutonium, officials confirmed on Monday.

Search continues for Disney cruise employee lost at sea

Los Angeles - Investigators continue to search the waters off the Pacific coast for an employee working onboard a Disney Cruise ship heading back to California following a week-long trip to Mexico.

Low levels of radiation detected in Massachusetts' rainwater

Boston - Officials from Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) confirmed on Sunday that traces of radioactive iodine-131 have been detected in samples of rainwater taken from an undisclosed location within the state.

TEPCO officials: Radiation spike report a mistake

Tokyo - Officials from Japan's Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) issued an apology on Sunday for releasing a report stating that the radiation readings taken from puddles found within the facility's No. 2 reactor was 10 million times higher than normal.

First woman to run for VP of America dies at 75

Boston - Geraldine Ferraro, the first woman to be nominated by a major political party for Vice President of the United States, died on Saturday at Masachusetts General Hospital. She was 75.
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