Malou E. Rosal
Malou E. Rosal
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Fitness coach shares secrets to achieving summer body 'effectively'
by Malou E. Rosal - March 29, 2022 - 1:26pm
Summer is here and the oppressing heat in the city drives many to run off in search of cooling waters. While summer is a fun time, for those who are conscious about their beach bodies, it’s panic...
'The Chosen': Director ponders on success of world's no.1 crowd-funded project
by Malou E. Rosal - September 8, 2020 - 2:07pm
"The Chosen" has earned the distinction of being “the #1 highest crowd-funded project of all-time at $10 million from over 19,000 people.” 
Resilient Bamboo
by Malou E. Rosal - November 3, 2007 - 12:00am
Bamboo is on fire. Never mind that he is singing an ever so cool cover of Sting’s languid hit “Englishman in New York.” With each inflection, he offers a new texture heretofore undiscovered.
Icon with a K
by Malou E. Rosal - September 29, 2007 - 12:00am
Filipino audiences have to thank the dreaded subject of Math for guiding premier broadcast journalist Korina Sanchez into the news spotlight. For when she was in school, the lady with all the K did not like...
Grace under pressure
by Malou E. Rosal - August 25, 2007 - 12:00am
There is a tumor lodged inside the head of socialite Vicky Zubiri. When it was discovered in 2003, the tumor measured seven and a half cm. and was pushing against her brain and her left eye.
‘How do I look?’
by Malou E. Rosal - August 5, 2007 - 12:00am
Perhaps no other question has been asked by women all over the world since the dawn of Eve. And woe to the man who responds with a critical appraisal — or worse, indifference.
She makes them smile
by Malou E. Rosal - June 2, 2007 - 12:00am
Mariquita Salimbangon Yeung makes no bones about it.  She was a barrio lass, born and raised in Curva, a little town in Medellin, on the northern part of Cebu. 
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