Bonifacio Landmark Realty and Development Corp. president Hans Hauri, Ambassador Victor Garcia, Advance Paper Group of Companies president Connie Haw and author Johnny Litton
Say Cheese!
OH YES, IT’S JOHNNY! - Johnny Litton (The Philippine Star) - June 29, 2019 - 12:00am

Grand Hyatt Manila’s The Peak, the destination of choice for members of the diplomatic corps, government officials, and tycoons from business and social sectors, was the venue for a delectable cheese soirée. Personally welcomed by the affable Bonifacio Landmark Realty and Development Corp. president Hans Hauri, the guests dined and pored over luscious artisanal cheeses from all over Europe and enjoyed some of the world’s best wines and pours. A sleek multi-level bar, music lounge and grill roof deck restaurant located on the 60th 62nd floor of the five-star luxury hotel, The Peak is a favorite among high-society events, making it the perfect place for gourmands and wine connoisseurs everywhere.  The one-of-a-kind cheese soirée is held at The Peak every third Wednesday of the month. For more information, call  838-1234, email, like Grand Hyatt  Facebook page or follow Instagram account @grandhyattmanilaph.

A Fascinating Season of Colors

Colors of Summer featured artist Precy De Guzman-Brady, artist Celeste Lecaroz, Lucy Rosas, renowned artist and father of imaginative figurism Nemi Miranda, RLC director of corporate public relations Roseann Villegas, Elena San Pedro and Aleli Tac-An with (back row)  artists Carlos Alferez Castro and Ovidio Espiritu, Al Perez and artist Bing Famoso during the ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Robinsons Galleria, the flagship mall of Robinsons Land Corporation (RLC), continues to advocate for Filipino talent in the field of art as it recently opened the five-man exhibit dubbed as ‘‘Colors of Summer.’’ The exhibit was launched at the Level 3 Veranda of the landmark mall in Ortigas Avenue, Quezon City. During the exhibit, the featured artists also did a three-day art workshop to teach and inspire aspiring artists, beginners and experts alike. Truly, Robinsons Malls have always believed in the potential of Filipino artists and at the same time, continue to pave the way for the beauty of art to make the world a better place.

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