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Summer on my reading list
by WRY BREAD By Philip Cu-Unjieng - April 22, 2007 - 12:00am
While summer is often associated with the beach and frenzied outings with my sons, there’s also the other aspect of lengthier downtime in the evenings...
Slight (election) fever
by WRY BREAD By Philip Cu-Unjieng - April 8, 2007 - 12:00am
When my boys ask about the upcoming elections, I try and get passionate about the process and the reason they exist; but when pushed to talk about the candidates and what they represent, I have to confess...
Definitely not (wake)bored
by WRY BREAD By Philip Cu-Unjieng - March 18, 2007 - 12:00am
Four days in Camarines Sur may not sound like a lot of sun and sand if one is still stuck in Bora-mentality. But wakeboarders all over the world now see CamSur as the Asian Mecca of their world; and thanks...
Make-ing up the face of success
by WRY BREAD By Philip Cu-Unjieng - March 4, 2007 - 12:00am
"People always think that the head of a cosmetics company should be a woman or a gay person, so they’re constantly surprised to find that I’m...
Entrepreneurship has its day
by WRY BREAD By Philip Cu-Unjieng - February 18, 2007 - 12:00am
It was one of those cool evenings of February and Joey Concepcion had decided to host a dinner party at his home. With the Philippine Center for Entrepreneurship (PCE) and Citibank helping Joey host this...
Big business and conscience
by WRY BREAD By Philip Cu-Unjieng - February 4, 2007 - 12:00am
Two books that I recently worked on as editor are now in the market. The first, is the GoNegosyo book of Joey Concepcion. When Joey first opened up the subject with me, his vision of 50 inspiring entrepreneurial...
Seeing ‘read’ and green for the New Year
by WRY BREAD By Philip Cu-Unjieng - January 14, 2007 - 12:00am
My heading may sound Bisaya, but what the heck (the halls, with boughs of holly), this was the best way to inject some post-Christmas season cheer, and still call attention to the book-giving motif of this...
Piping ‘haute’ cuisine
by WRY BREAD By Philip Cu-Unjieng - November 30, 2006 - 12:00am
You say Alabang, and if it’s 6:30 p.m. on a November weekday, you better have a pretty compelling reason to have me endure the South Super Highway traffic, coming as I do all the way from ABS in Quezon...
Making my ‘carvinore’ happy
by WRY BREAD By Philip Cu-Unjieng - November 19, 2006 - 12:00am
A perennial dining favorite of my boys has always been Tsukiji (Arnaiz Road corner Paseo de Roxas); and in the past, there was nary a month that went by that we didn’t at least have one night of dining...
Life with the carnivores
by WRY BREAD By Philip Cu-Unjieng - October 29, 2006 - 12:00am
Eating out with my boys is always a joy. As soon as they "escaped" their toddler years, we never made them go through the motions of perusing kiddie or children’s menus. The underlying logic...
Life with the carnivores
by WRY BREAD By Philip Cu-Unjieng - October 29, 2006 - 12:00am
Eating out with my boys is always a joy. As soon as they "escaped" their toddler years, we never made them go through the motions of perusing kiddie or children’s menus. The underlying logic...
Ascending Mount APO
by WRY BREAD By Philip Cu-Unjieng - October 8, 2006 - 12:00am
For those who’ve followed the OPM movement over the last 30 years, Jim, Danny and Boboy, collectively known as the APO Hiking Society, are pillars of just how far high up the pinnacle you can reach as mainstream...
Matteo’s excellent adventures
by WRY BREAD By Philip Cu-Unjieng - September 17, 2006 - 12:00am
If there are two things that obsess my middle boy Matteo, they would be professional Basketball and Wrestling. He may be your typical semi-confused 12-year-old, with his elder brother constantly teasing him about...
For kids, by kids
by WRY BREAD By Philip Cu-Unjieng - September 10, 2006 - 12:00am
Francis Papica is a name that rings a loud bell when it comes to people doing "good deeds." Originally hailing from Bicol, but now a prominent attorney-at-law with the Orange County, California...
Drowning in kimchi
by WRY BREAD By Philip Cu-Unjieng - August 27, 2006 - 12:00am
If you’re looking for the Asian country that has designs on quietly "taking over" the world, look no further than South Korea. Here you have a nation that’s perpetually in conflict with its...
You can go back
by WRY BREAD By Philip Cu-Unjieng - July 30, 2006 - 12:00am
Upon the invitation of Oscar Lopez, I had the fortunate experience of spending a weekend in Iloilo while the Lopez family commemorated the 105th birthday of family patriarch, Eugenio Hofilena Lopez, Sr., and went...
The bald and the beautiful
by WRY BREAD By Philip Cu-Unjieng - July 16, 2006 - 12:00am
Diagnosed with cancer in March of 1996, my mother passed away in July of that same year. Ten years now if I’m counting, and I still vividly remember the days I’d spend with her in San Francisco, where she...
East rules!
by WRY BREAD By Philip Cu-Unjieng - July 2, 2006 - 12:00am
Deciding where to spend Father’s Day lunch with the three boys became an easy choice when I got the text from Olga del Rosario promoting the Tofu Festival that would be held at East that Sunday. For those still...
Punch-drunk to fitness
by WRY BREAD By Philip Cu-Unjieng - June 11, 2006 - 12:00am
With clever punning, Rod Nepomuceno and Crush Philippines’ first big event is the Jab Fair presently ongoing at the Ayala Malls throughout the month of June. A simple concept, it takes our nation’s current...
Punch-drunk to fitness
by WRY BREAD By Philip Cu-Unjieng - June 11, 2006 - 12:00am
With clever punning, Rod Nepomuceno and Crush Philippines’ first big event is the Jab Fair presently ongoing at the Ayala Malls throughout the month of June. A simple concept, it takes our nation’s current...
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