A feast from the celestial empire
MPPC banquet sales executives Ericka Cabigon and Gemma Pajares

A feast from the celestial empire

(The Philippine Star) - February 23, 2019 - 12:00am

Celebration and tradition are two things that Marco Polo Plaza Cebu (MPPC) values.

MPPC E-marketing manager Yumny Mariot, director of sales and marketing Lara Constantino-Scarrow with Connie Te.

Under the leadership of MPPC general manager Brian Connelly and director of sales and marketing Lara Constantino-Scarrow, the top-notch five-star hotel launched Chinese Banquets, a promising offering for Chinese-themed events most especially dedicated to Cebu’s Chinese community.

Marco Polo Plaza Cebu (MPPC) general manager Brian Connelly with Hai Shin Lou Cebu executive chef King Kwong Chan, chef Raymond Hui and chef Moon Chau Lo.

MPPC will work hand in hand with world-class Cantonese restaurant Hai Shin Lou Cebu, which is headed by three Hong Kong chefs in charge of wok, dim sum and roasting.

Hannah Wong, Sandra Yap, Jun Villanel, Debbie Huang, Danny Villarante and Ralyn Sevilla.

From the kitchen to the banquet, guests will enjoy carefully curated high quality Chinese dishes that will fit any occasion. To stay updated on all hotel activities and promotions, like Marco Polo Plaza Cebu on http://www.facebook.com/marcopolocebu, call (032) 253 1111, or e-mail mpplaza@marcopolohotels.com.

An international collaboration

Filipino artist and Puno Art Gallery managing director Augusto Santiago, Malaysian artists Cheong Mei Fong and Zuriata Mohamed Shaari, Mozzaico Tiles consultant Saman Amandad, University of Santo Tomas (UST) Alumni Association president Marissa Pe Yang, KASAMA president Dr. Grace Torres, FilArts president Roi Espinosa, Malaysian deputy chief of mission Rizany Irwan Muhamed Mazlan, Filipino artist and father of imaginative figurism Nemi Miranda, Robinsons Land Corporation (RLC) director for corporate public relations Roseann Villegas and Puno Art Gallery president Ramon Puno during the ribbon-cutting ceremony for Synergism 2018: Philippines + Malaysia Art Exchange Program.

Top emerging artists both here and abroad gathered together for a five-day art exhibition as leading property developer Robinsons Land Corporation (RLC) hosted Synergism 2018: Philippines + Malaysia Art Exchange Program, an exclusive art event. Held at the Level 3 Veranda of Robinsons Galleria, the momentous event invited artists from Malaysia to celebrate the beauty of art alongside renowned Filipino artists, giving the audience a prime opportunity to immerse themselves in a rich collection of global art. 

Loo Ley See with her works titled “Kampung Life 1’’ and ‘‘Kampung Life 2”.
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