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Breakout Philippines: Horror experience you'll never forget!

BREAKOUT PHILIPPINES : THE COUNTRY’S PREMIERE ESCAPE ROOM GAME PRESENTS 2 INTENSE HALLOWEEN EVENTS Manila, October 25, 2015— Mark your calendars for November 7, 2015 and get ready for the ultimate Halloween event of the year! FOX International Channels and Victoria Court are partnering up with Breakout Philippines, the country’s premiere escape room game, to bring you an immersive horror experience like no other! Ever since 2014, Breakout has been providing a unique experience to thousands of players by trapping them in different themed rooms for 45 minutes. They are given an interactive game where players have to team up to find clues and solve logic puzzles based on various storylines. Participants are encouraged to PLAN as a team, SOLVE puzzles collaboratively in order to ESCAPE before time expires. This Halloween season, #VPartySeries: Midnight Mysteries changes the game as it is no longer enough to BREAKOUT… you must now also SURVIVE! You and

2015 Chalk BYM Campus Hotties ready to influence the youth

ATENEO AND TRINITY STUDENTS HAILED AS CHALK BRIGHT YOUNG MANILA CAMPUS HOTTIES WINNERS    Ateneo student Maqui Castelo and Trinity University of Asia student Zoe Vinluan emerged as the new Chalk Bright Young Manila Campus Hotties out of the 15 finalists from colleges and universities in Metro Manila on Friday (Oct 23) at the Chalk Live Young Party. Dubbed as the “Creative Cutie of Ateneo,” Castelo is a communications student who is into graphic design, film, and photography and looks up to famous lens men BJ Pascual and Mark Nicdao. Meanwhile, Zoe Vinluan “The Swag Queen of Trinity University of Asia,” is a medical technology student who is passionate about dancing and dreams to become a doctor. As the newly named Chalk Bright Young Manila Campus Hotties, Castelo and Vinluan will serve as Chalk ambassadors who will grace future pages of Chalk magazine and youth-oriented events. The two were also unveiled as the inside cover personalities of

CDR-King’s advocates sustainable living thru California E-bike

CDR-King California eco-bike: Improving transportation in an eco-friendly way Disruptors are welcome, from an old school perspective to the most advanced technological breakthroughs in power supply, whichever era you may be, CHANGE is inevitable. Nikola Tesla during our primary days as student was sadly in obscurity till we reach high school. He challenged the existing and widely accepted manner of lighting though oil lamps to the macro voltage - electricity distribution system courtesy of his well-accepted Alternating Current most commonly known AC. Nikola Tesla is not as famous as Tomas Edison as taught during basic education, but his works and legacy blazes up to this day. Same aspiration as CDR-King, your one stop media provider intends to manifest, to bring products and cost efficient means of power/electricity supply to every household. California E-bikes, a CDR-King subsidiary, open its doors in TONDO. The branch is powered by a hybrid electricity system t

Herbalife Health Poll: 9 in 10 Filipinos ”highly concerned” about the potential diseases that an unhealthy lifestyle can cause

MANILA, Philippines - Nine in 10 Filipino consumers surveyed by global nutrition company Herbalife are “highly concerned” about the potential diseases that an unhealthy lifestyle can cause them, with the same number believing that simple lifestyle changes can help improve their overall well-being. A good number of the respondents expressed willingness to adopt a healthy lifestyle; 79 percent said that they would cut down on unhealthy foods, 78 percent expressed their willingness to exercise more regularly, and 72 percent said they would make better nutrition choices. “We welcome the results of the survey. It gives an understanding of Filipinos becoming even more health concious and self-aware that they need to make some lifestyle changes to improve their overall well-being. It also gives Herbalife an idea where we are needed, because as the survey revealed only four out of 10 would spend 10 to 30 minutes a day to make simple lifestyle changes,” said Rosalio Valenzuela, Herba