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Aside from Tanio, Maria Lou also sells binignit in Cebu.But unlike Tanio, Maria Lou does not sell her binignit regularly. She works from home with her family. Her mother talked to SunStar Cebu about the complex process of cooking binignit.She carefully selects the quality ingredients: yam, tapioca pearls, palm flour jelly balls, sticky rice, coconut milk and sugar.Each ingredient plays a vital role in achieving the perfect balance of flavors and textures that define this dessert.From boiling water to softening solid ingredients and gently cooking the mixture to a desired texture, cooking binignit is a difficult yet fulfilling venture for Maria Lou and her mother.As she patiently waits for it to cook for an hour, her mother infuses each batch with passion, ensuring that every scoop captivates the taste buds.Despite the difficulty of making binignit, Maria Lou’s mother makes sure that her delicacy is accessible to all.Priced at a modest P20 per scoop, her binignit ensures affordability, catering to the masses and allowing everyone to indulge in this flavorful treat.With mobile platforms such as Facebook dominating the information and entertainment scene, Maria Lou, who manages orders online, embraces technology to reach a larger audience.While she primarily operates her binignit business online, they ensure that its essence remains, filling each order with the same love and care as if it were served in person.In Maria Lou and her mother’s story of how they prepare and sell their binignit, we find an amazing fusion of tradition and modernity, proof of the resilience of Filipino culture.Through their willingness to preserve culinary heritage while adapting to modern demands, she does not only sell binignit but also shares a piece of her identity as a Filipino with the masses.As customers taste each spoonful of her tasty dessert, they embark on a journey that transcends time, connecting them to the rich tapestry of Filipino flavors. / JAY ADOBO, BiPSU Intern

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ALONG Osmeña Blvd. in Cebu City stands a humble stall selling a traditional Filipino delicacy, binignit.Joel Tanio, a long-serving binignit vendor and cook whose journey of selling this beloved dessert spans over seven years, shared in a March 14, 2024 interview the secrets behind his family’s thriving business, “Binignitan sa Fuente,” and their tireless commitment to preserving a culinary tradition.According to Tanio, he and his family started their binignit-selling business long before the Covid-19 pandemic struck the Philippines.“Hindi naman talaga trabaho yan, eh. Accidental lang to. Naga trabaho man mi sa una, kaso nag-close man aming company,” said Tanio, explaining their reason for starting the business.(Originally, this was not our work. This was just accidental. We worked at a company, but unfortunately it closed down.)Despite the challenges raised by the health crisis, they remained firm, continuing to offer warm bowls of binignit to their loyal patrons. Tanio recalls their daily routine, starting at dawn to prepare the ingredients cautiously, ensuring each batch is cooked to perfection.“Mga five o’clock in the morning, marami kasi. I slice mo pa yung mga kamote, tsaka according sa kagahi-on niya-kung gahi ang kamote, so unahon mo usa kay kung isabay nimo, malata man,” he said.(We start at 5 a.m. because there’s a lot to do, from slicing the kamote and other ingredients to boiling them all separately to avoid over softening some of the ingredients.)For Tanio and his family, selling binignit is not just a business; it’s a labor of love.Each ingredient, from the glutinous balls to the coconut milk, is carefully selected to maintain the authentic taste that their customers have come to love.Their dedication to quality shines through in every steaming bowl they serve.Going digitalTanio’s family has also adapted to the digital age. They now accept pre-orders online, allowing customers to indulge in their favorite binignit easily. Tanio’s son manages these online orders, guaranteeing smooth transactions and well-timed deliveries, proof of their willingness to adapt to changing times while staying true to their roots.Tanio and his family gear up for increased demand in the Holy Week, as they look forward to sharing their beloved dessert with even more customers.In a world that’s continuously evolving, Tanio and his family stand as keepers of tradition, preserving the rich heritage of Filipino cuisine one bowl of binignit at a time.Through their steadfast commitment and resilience, they continue to inspire and delight both locals and tourists alike, proving that some flavors are indeed timeless.Work from home

Aside from Tanio, Maria Lou also sells binignit in Cebu.But unlike Tanio, Maria Lou does not sell her binignit regularly. She works from home with her family. Her mother talked to SunStar Cebu about the complex process of cooking binignit.She carefully selects the quality ingredients: yam, tapioca pearls, palm flour jelly balls, sticky rice, coconut milk and sugar.Each ingredient plays a vital role in achieving the perfect balance of flavors and textures that define this dessert.From boiling water to softening solid ingredients and gently cooking the mixture to a desired texture, cooking binignit is a difficult yet fulfilling venture for Maria Lou and her mother.As she patiently waits for it to cook for an hour, her mother infuses each batch with passion, ensuring that every scoop captivates the taste buds.Despite the difficulty of making binignit, Maria Lou’s mother makes sure that her delicacy is accessible to all.Priced at a modest P20 per scoop, her binignit ensures affordability, catering to the masses and allowing everyone to indulge in this flavorful treat.With mobile platforms such as Facebook dominating the information and entertainment scene, Maria Lou, who manages orders online, embraces technology to reach a larger audience.While she primarily operates her binignit business online, they ensure that its essence remains, filling each order with the same love and care as if it were served in person.In Maria Lou and her mother’s story of how they prepare and sell their binignit, we find an amazing fusion of tradition and modernity, proof of the resilience of Filipino culture.Through their willingness to preserve culinary heritage while adapting to modern demands, she does not only sell binignit but also shares a piece of her identity as a Filipino with the masses.As customers taste each spoonful of her tasty dessert, they embark on a journey that transcends time, connecting them to the rich tapestry of Filipino flavors. / JAY ADOBO, BiPSU Intern What is the best day to play slots? PRESIDENT Ferdinand Marcos Jr. will bring home $4 billion, or P220 billion worth of investment deals from his visit to Germany.On Tuesday, March 12, 2024, the Department of Trade and Industry held the Philippine-Germany business forum in Berlin where eight different types of agreements, three letters of intent (LOI) from different German companies, two memoranda of agreement (MOA), and three memoranda of understanding (MOU), covering various sectors, were signed.The LOIs were for the development of a partner hospital to become a training center to support the training needs of other lower tier hospitals, Innovation Think Tank (ITT) hub and “spoke model” to address the strategic target of an inclusive innovation ecosystem in the Philippines, and for the strategic and digital partnership in healthcare with the Department of Health (DOH) with the goal of revolutionizing healthcare in the Philippines, ensuring safety, quality, accessibility and affordability.Through a memorandum of agreement the Philippine government and a German company will embark into a Public Private Partnership to rehabilitate, reclaim, and recultivate degraded farm lands in the Philippines, while another MOA is aimed at expanding potential collaborations in mobility solutions, software services, manufacturing, factory automation, logistics services, energy, security, safety systems for buildings, consumer appliances, and healthcare.Marcos also witnessed the signing of MOU for the establishment of fully integrated solar cell manufacturing facility in the country, manufacturing facility that will modify automobiles into high-end 1 of 1 version and armor protected cars, as well as manufacture military grade armored personnel carriers for the Asian market and data centers that will host a digital insurance platform that will serve the Philippines and Asean region as the group’s main expansion outside of the European Union.In his speech, Marcos expressed gratitude to the German business leaders for participating in the event.He touted the Philippines as the “best choice for investments,” as he reiterated his administration’s commitment to ensure efficient support to foreign investors through purposeful reforms of key legislative amendments.“Together with you as our strategic partner, we can make these investments happen in the Philippines. I invite esteemed German business leaders to continue to keep in mind the Philippines as a reliable partner that can support your market expansion and your operations,” he said.“We prioritize the ease of doing business, exemplified by efforts to simplify tax payments and to streamline regulations, showcasing our unwavering support for businesses,” he added.Marcos noted the amendments to the Public Service Act (PSA), Foreign Investments Act (FIA), Retail Trade Liberalization Act (RTLA), and Renewable Energy (RE) Act, which “mark a new era for strategic investments.”He added the streamlined business registration, infrastructure development and the Comprehensive Tax Reform Program (Create Act), which made the Philippines one of the fastest-growing economies in Asia.The President also highlighted other government efforts such as the overhaul of fiscal incentive structures and responsive policies and the public-private partnership (PPPs), which all play pivotal roles in promoting private sector participation.Marcos also cited the establishment of the Maharlika Investment Fund, “which underscores the government’s dedication to financing priority projects and driving socioeconomic impact.”The chief executive also said that the Philippines is turning to Germany to further foster strong business partnerships and collaboration particularly in renewable energy being European Union’s biggest economy both in Gross Domestic Products and population and a global force in technology and innovation.He said he is always elated by the interest of German companies to support the country’s commitment to sustainability and climate resiliency.“To further support these investments, we have put in place several energy transition policies including investment enablers designed to incentivize energy efficiency,” said Marcos.“We are also working on developing programs that will support and facilitate the efforts to decarbonize our economy. I have high hopes that we can welcome the opportunity for greater cooperation on climate change and energy transition,” he added.He noted that the Philippines is positioning itself as a regional hub for smart and sustainable manufacturing by attracting sustainability-driven strategic investments powered by renewable energy.Marcos said the country recognizes that there are complementarities to be explored in critical minerals, and it is open to having a dedicated dialogue with German companies on the sustainable processing of green metals to be supported by strong adherence to high labor and environmental standards.With the recent global challenges, the President underscored the dangers of limited sourcing, or concentrating supplies in a single country, as he urged for the urgent need to diversify production locations and explore alternative materials to de-risk and minimize disruptions in supply chains.“Moreover, the transition to a low-carbon or net-zero scenario has further propelled the de-risking trend,” Marcos said.“The Philippines and Germany both have aspirations for de-risked and diversified production and market value chains, which future-proofs our economies from the geo-political vagaries of our times,” he added.Marcos also expressed gratitude to the Filipino community in Berlin for their unwavering support as they contributed to the government’s efforts to secure foreign investments through their invaluable work.“You are the envoys, para kayong mga ambassador lahat ng ating kultura. You exemplify the values of family, faith, honesty, hard work, compassion, and solidarity wherever you go,” Marcos told the Filipino community gathering.“Your presence in host countries fosters, hindi lamang dito sa Germany kundi lahat ng ating mga kababayan na nagtatrabaho sa iba’t-ibang bansa at -- the host countries foster goodwill and understanding. It strengthens the bonds between our two nations. It enriches the global community,” he added.Marcos vowed that his administration will continue to work hard and match their contributions by reforms and programs under the “Bagong Pilipinas” agenda.Marcos was the first Philippine president to address German business leaders in 10 years, coinciding with the 70th anniversary of the Philippine-Germany diplomatic relations. (TPM/SunStar Philippines)

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PRESIDENT Ferdinand Marcos Jr. will bring home $4 billion, or P220 billion worth of investment deals from his visit to Germany.On Tuesday, March 12, 2024, the Department of Trade and Industry held the Philippine-Germany business forum in Berlin where eight different types of agreements, three letters of intent (LOI) from different German companies, two memoranda of agreement (MOA), and three memoranda of understanding (MOU), covering various sectors, were signed.The LOIs were for the development of a partner hospital to become a training center to support the training needs of other lower tier hospitals, Innovation Think Tank (ITT) hub and “spoke model” to address the strategic target of an inclusive innovation ecosystem in the Philippines, and for the strategic and digital partnership in healthcare with the Department of Health (DOH) with the goal of revolutionizing healthcare in the Philippines, ensuring safety, quality, accessibility and affordability.Through a memorandum of agreement the Philippine government and a German company will embark into a Public Private Partnership to rehabilitate, reclaim, and recultivate degraded farm lands in the Philippines, while another MOA is aimed at expanding potential collaborations in mobility solutions, software services, manufacturing, factory automation, logistics services, energy, security, safety systems for buildings, consumer appliances, and healthcare.Marcos also witnessed the signing of MOU for the establishment of fully integrated solar cell manufacturing facility in the country, manufacturing facility that will modify automobiles into high-end 1 of 1 version and armor protected cars, as well as manufacture military grade armored personnel carriers for the Asian market and data centers that will host a digital insurance platform that will serve the Philippines and Asean region as the group’s main expansion outside of the European Union.In his speech, Marcos expressed gratitude to the German business leaders for participating in the event.He touted the Philippines as the “best choice for investments,” as he reiterated his administration’s commitment to ensure efficient support to foreign investors through purposeful reforms of key legislative amendments.“Together with you as our strategic partner, we can make these investments happen in the Philippines. I invite esteemed German business leaders to continue to keep in mind the Philippines as a reliable partner that can support your market expansion and your operations,” he said.“We prioritize the ease of doing business, exemplified by efforts to simplify tax payments and to streamline regulations, showcasing our unwavering support for businesses,” he added.Marcos noted the amendments to the Public Service Act (PSA), Foreign Investments Act (FIA), Retail Trade Liberalization Act (RTLA), and Renewable Energy (RE) Act, which “mark a new era for strategic investments.”He added the streamlined business registration, infrastructure development and the Comprehensive Tax Reform Program (Create Act), which made the Philippines one of the fastest-growing economies in Asia.The President also highlighted other government efforts such as the overhaul of fiscal incentive structures and responsive policies and the public-private partnership (PPPs), which all play pivotal roles in promoting private sector participation.Marcos also cited the establishment of the Maharlika Investment Fund, “which underscores the government’s dedication to financing priority projects and driving socioeconomic impact.”The chief executive also said that the Philippines is turning to Germany to further foster strong business partnerships and collaboration particularly in renewable energy being European Union’s biggest economy both in Gross Domestic Products and population and a global force in technology and innovation.He said he is always elated by the interest of German companies to support the country’s commitment to sustainability and climate resiliency.“To further support these investments, we have put in place several energy transition policies including investment enablers designed to incentivize energy efficiency,” said Marcos.“We are also working on developing programs that will support and facilitate the efforts to decarbonize our economy. I have high hopes that we can welcome the opportunity for greater cooperation on climate change and energy transition,” he added.He noted that the Philippines is positioning itself as a regional hub for smart and sustainable manufacturing by attracting sustainability-driven strategic investments powered by renewable energy.Marcos said the country recognizes that there are complementarities to be explored in critical minerals, and it is open to having a dedicated dialogue with German companies on the sustainable processing of green metals to be supported by strong adherence to high labor and environmental standards.With the recent global challenges, the President underscored the dangers of limited sourcing, or concentrating supplies in a single country, as he urged for the urgent need to diversify production locations and explore alternative materials to de-risk and minimize disruptions in supply chains.“Moreover, the transition to a low-carbon or net-zero scenario has further propelled the de-risking trend,” Marcos said.“The Philippines and Germany both have aspirations for de-risked and diversified production and market value chains, which future-proofs our economies from the geo-political vagaries of our times,” he added.Marcos also expressed gratitude to the Filipino community in Berlin for their unwavering support as they contributed to the government’s efforts to secure foreign investments through their invaluable work.“You are the envoys, para kayong mga ambassador lahat ng ating kultura. You exemplify the values of family, faith, honesty, hard work, compassion, and solidarity wherever you go,” Marcos told the Filipino community gathering.“Your presence in host countries fosters, hindi lamang dito sa Germany kundi lahat ng ating mga kababayan na nagtatrabaho sa iba’t-ibang bansa at -- the host countries foster goodwill and understanding. It strengthens the bonds between our two nations. It enriches the global community,” he added.Marcos vowed that his administration will continue to work hard and match their contributions by reforms and programs under the “Bagong Pilipinas” agenda.Marcos was the first Philippine president to address German business leaders in 10 years, coinciding with the 70th anniversary of the Philippine-Germany diplomatic relations. (TPM/SunStar Philippines) What is the best day to play slots? A KOREAN national died and two others were arrested following a shootout with police who responded to a robbery targeting another Korean national in Maria Luisa Subdivision in Barangay Banilad, Cebu City at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 2, 2024.The deceased was identified as 47-year-old Sun Yong Choi from South Korea. Arrested were Yong Hee Kim, 45, and Jun Hee Kim, 49. Mabolo Police Station chief Maj. Romeo Caacoy Jr. said the suspects barged into the house of a 43-year-old businesswoman from Korea, who was with her two Filipina housemaids. Caacoy did not release the identity of the Korean businesswoman. The victims called for help from their neighbors, who then called the Mabolo Police Station.Operatives from the Mabolo Police Station and the Regional Intelligence Unit responded. After arriving outside the businesswoman’s house, the police ordered the suspects to surrender. The Korean suspects did not surrender. 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Aside from Tanio, Maria Lou also sells binignit in Cebu.But unlike Tanio, Maria Lou does not sell her binignit regularly. She works from home with her family. Her mother talked to SunStar Cebu about the complex process of cooking binignit.She carefully selects the quality ingredients: yam, tapioca pearls, palm flour jelly balls, sticky rice, coconut milk and sugar.Each ingredient plays a vital role in achieving the perfect balance of flavors and textures that define this dessert.From boiling water to softening solid ingredients and gently cooking the mixture to a desired texture, cooking binignit is a difficult yet fulfilling venture for Maria Lou and her mother.As she patiently waits for it to cook for an hour, her mother infuses each batch with passion, ensuring that every scoop captivates the taste buds.Despite the difficulty of making binignit, Maria Lou’s mother makes sure that her delicacy is accessible to all.Priced at a modest P20 per scoop, her binignit ensures affordability, catering to the masses and allowing everyone to indulge in this flavorful treat.With mobile platforms such as Facebook dominating the information and entertainment scene, Maria Lou, who manages orders online, embraces technology to reach a larger audience.While she primarily operates her binignit business online, they ensure that its essence remains, filling each order with the same love and care as if it were served in person.In Maria Lou and her mother’s story of how they prepare and sell their binignit, we find an amazing fusion of tradition and modernity, proof of the resilience of Filipino culture.Through their willingness to preserve culinary heritage while adapting to modern demands, she does not only sell binignit but also shares a piece of her identity as a Filipino with the masses.As customers taste each spoonful of her tasty dessert, they embark on a journey that transcends time, connecting them to the rich tapestry of Filipino flavors. / JAY ADOBO, BiPSU Intern licensed online casinos PRESIDENT Ferdinand Marcos Jr. will bring home $4 billion, or P220 billion worth of investment deals from his visit to Germany.On Tuesday, March 12, 2024, the Department of Trade and Industry held the Philippine-Germany business forum in Berlin where eight different types of agreements, three letters of intent (LOI) from different German companies, two memoranda of agreement (MOA), and three memoranda of understanding (MOU), covering various sectors, were signed.The LOIs were for the development of a partner hospital to become a training center to support the training needs of other lower tier hospitals, Innovation Think Tank (ITT) hub and “spoke model” to address the strategic target of an inclusive innovation ecosystem in the Philippines, and for the strategic and digital partnership in healthcare with the Department of Health (DOH) with the goal of revolutionizing healthcare in the Philippines, ensuring safety, quality, accessibility and affordability.Through a memorandum of agreement the Philippine government and a German company will embark into a Public Private Partnership to rehabilitate, reclaim, and recultivate degraded farm lands in the Philippines, while another MOA is aimed at expanding potential collaborations in mobility solutions, software services, manufacturing, factory automation, logistics services, energy, security, safety systems for buildings, consumer appliances, and healthcare.Marcos also witnessed the signing of MOU for the establishment of fully integrated solar cell manufacturing facility in the country, manufacturing facility that will modify automobiles into high-end 1 of 1 version and armor protected cars, as well as manufacture military grade armored personnel carriers for the Asian market and data centers that will host a digital insurance platform that will serve the Philippines and Asean region as the group’s main expansion outside of the European Union.In his speech, Marcos expressed gratitude to the German business leaders for participating in the event.He touted the Philippines as the “best choice for investments,” as he reiterated his administration’s commitment to ensure efficient support to foreign investors through purposeful reforms of key legislative amendments.“Together with you as our strategic partner, we can make these investments happen in the Philippines. I invite esteemed German business leaders to continue to keep in mind the Philippines as a reliable partner that can support your market expansion and your operations,” he said.“We prioritize the ease of doing business, exemplified by efforts to simplify tax payments and to streamline regulations, showcasing our unwavering support for businesses,” he added.Marcos noted the amendments to the Public Service Act (PSA), Foreign Investments Act (FIA), Retail Trade Liberalization Act (RTLA), and Renewable Energy (RE) Act, which “mark a new era for strategic investments.”He added the streamlined business registration, infrastructure development and the Comprehensive Tax Reform Program (Create Act), which made the Philippines one of the fastest-growing economies in Asia.The President also highlighted other government efforts such as the overhaul of fiscal incentive structures and responsive policies and the public-private partnership (PPPs), which all play pivotal roles in promoting private sector participation.Marcos also cited the establishment of the Maharlika Investment Fund, “which underscores the government’s dedication to financing priority projects and driving socioeconomic impact.”The chief executive also said that the Philippines is turning to Germany to further foster strong business partnerships and collaboration particularly in renewable energy being European Union’s biggest economy both in Gross Domestic Products and population and a global force in technology and innovation.He said he is always elated by the interest of German companies to support the country’s commitment to sustainability and climate resiliency.“To further support these investments, we have put in place several energy transition policies including investment enablers designed to incentivize energy efficiency,” said Marcos.“We are also working on developing programs that will support and facilitate the efforts to decarbonize our economy. I have high hopes that we can welcome the opportunity for greater cooperation on climate change and energy transition,” he added.He noted that the Philippines is positioning itself as a regional hub for smart and sustainable manufacturing by attracting sustainability-driven strategic investments powered by renewable energy.Marcos said the country recognizes that there are complementarities to be explored in critical minerals, and it is open to having a dedicated dialogue with German companies on the sustainable processing of green metals to be supported by strong adherence to high labor and environmental standards.With the recent global challenges, the President underscored the dangers of limited sourcing, or concentrating supplies in a single country, as he urged for the urgent need to diversify production locations and explore alternative materials to de-risk and minimize disruptions in supply chains.“Moreover, the transition to a low-carbon or net-zero scenario has further propelled the de-risking trend,” Marcos said.“The Philippines and Germany both have aspirations for de-risked and diversified production and market value chains, which future-proofs our economies from the geo-political vagaries of our times,” he added.Marcos also expressed gratitude to the Filipino community in Berlin for their unwavering support as they contributed to the government’s efforts to secure foreign investments through their invaluable work.“You are the envoys, para kayong mga ambassador lahat ng ating kultura. You exemplify the values of family, faith, honesty, hard work, compassion, and solidarity wherever you go,” Marcos told the Filipino community gathering.“Your presence in host countries fosters, hindi lamang dito sa Germany kundi lahat ng ating mga kababayan na nagtatrabaho sa iba’t-ibang bansa at -- the host countries foster goodwill and understanding. It strengthens the bonds between our two nations. It enriches the global community,” he added.Marcos vowed that his administration will continue to work hard and match their contributions by reforms and programs under the “Bagong Pilipinas” agenda.Marcos was the first Philippine president to address German business leaders in 10 years, coinciding with the 70th anniversary of the Philippine-Germany diplomatic relations. (TPM/SunStar Philippines)

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Aside from Tanio, Maria Lou also sells binignit in Cebu.But unlike Tanio, Maria Lou does not sell her binignit regularly. She works from home with her family. Her mother talked to SunStar Cebu about the complex process of cooking binignit.She carefully selects the quality ingredients: yam, tapioca pearls, palm flour jelly balls, sticky rice, coconut milk and sugar.Each ingredient plays a vital role in achieving the perfect balance of flavors and textures that define this dessert.From boiling water to softening solid ingredients and gently cooking the mixture to a desired texture, cooking binignit is a difficult yet fulfilling venture for Maria Lou and her mother.As she patiently waits for it to cook for an hour, her mother infuses each batch with passion, ensuring that every scoop captivates the taste buds.Despite the difficulty of making binignit, Maria Lou’s mother makes sure that her delicacy is accessible to all.Priced at a modest P20 per scoop, her binignit ensures affordability, catering to the masses and allowing everyone to indulge in this flavorful treat.With mobile platforms such as Facebook dominating the information and entertainment scene, Maria Lou, who manages orders online, embraces technology to reach a larger audience.While she primarily operates her binignit business online, they ensure that its essence remains, filling each order with the same love and care as if it were served in person.In Maria Lou and her mother’s story of how they prepare and sell their binignit, we find an amazing fusion of tradition and modernity, proof of the resilience of Filipino culture.Through their willingness to preserve culinary heritage while adapting to modern demands, she does not only sell binignit but also shares a piece of her identity as a Filipino with the masses.As customers taste each spoonful of her tasty dessert, they embark on a journey that transcends time, connecting them to the rich tapestry of Filipino flavors. / JAY ADOBO, BiPSU Intern What was the first international participation of the Philippines in this game?

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