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Wing Zone Flies High: American Wing Sensation Sweeps the Philippines

  Wing Zone, celebrated for its extraordinary flavors crafted through 20 years of research and innovation, is excited to share its ongoing success and growth in the Philippines. With 10 branches nationwide, Wing Zone has become the go-to spot for flavor enthusiasts, offering a varied menu that includes everything from crispy, saucy wings to hearty burgers and satisfying rice bowls, all infused with original 19 signature flavors.   Since landing in the Philippines in 2017, Wing Zone has won the hearts of foodies and flavor enthusiasts who value quality dishes that offer a perfectly blended of explosive flavor profiles that exudes a unique gastronomic experience. Wing Zone currently operates in 10 strategic mall locations and outlets throughout country, delivering exceptional flavors to patrons every day.     An Explosion of Award-Winning Flavors from USA Wing Zone, a popular American fast-casual chain, is known for its diverse range of boldly flavored wings, burgers, and mor
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Transforming Lives: The Impact of SM Group's KSK Program on Filipino Farmers

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A 15-Minute Tropical City in Pasay

  All within 15 minutes: Urban planning concept city to rise in Pasay For the modern urban dweller, 15 minutes is a lot of time.  A lot of productive things can be done – a high-intensity, interval training (HITT) workout or run a 1.5-kilometer route, clearing your emails, meditating, catching up on the news, or preparing a quick smoothie – all within 15 minutes.  But for the Metro Manila commuter, 15 minutes is barely enough to get from point A to point B. During rush hour, it is most likely that within this time, you still haven’t moved an inch.   Ever heard of the 15-minute city? It’s a modern urban planning concept that puts people and the planet first. The term was coined by Paris-based urbanist and Sorbonne University professor Carlos Moreno wherein he said that the ideal neighborhood or city is built in such a way where work, food, housing, education and cultural activities can be easily accessed within 15 minutes, whether by foot or by using a bike.  An artist’s render of a 15-

Venue Infrastructure Challenges Concert Experience in the Philippines

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SM Waste Free Future

  SM Prime Embarks on a Unified Waste Management Program  for an #SMWasteFreeFuture   SM Prime Holdings, Inc. (SM Prime), one of the leading integrated property developers in Southeast Asia, is embarking on a unified waste management and segregation campaign in response to the growing global crises on waste. SM Prime aims to bring all its property groups and stakeholders toward an #SMWasteFreeFuture .  According to the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) , humanity generates more than 2 billion tons of municipal solid waste annually, of which 45 percent is mismanaged. Without urgent action, municipal solid waste will double to almost 4 billion tons each year by 2050.  On December 14, 2022, the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed March 30 as the International Day of Zero Waste. The following year, UNEP inaugurated the First International Day of Zero Waste, to bolster actions to address the global pollution crisis. It aims to encourage global action and bring the world’s