IF YOU’RE VISITING Tokyo and looking forward to eating well, chances are you’ve been told not to miss Tsukiji, the oldest and biggest fish market in the world. Continue reading “Visit Tsukiji: a ‘great wonder of the world,’ while you still can”
UNITED NATIONS (UN) Secretary General Antonio Guterres recently urged countries to put aside national gain to save the oceans and avert a “global catastrophe” as he opened the first UN ocean conference.
By Nickky Faustine P. de Guzman, Reporter
QUEZON CITY aspires to be the “wellness capital of Asia,” said Mayor Herbert Bautista at the QC Medical Tourism Stakeholders Summit on June 6. This endeavor entails time, infrastructure, and public-private partnerships, among others. But what the city of three million people currently has to offer is its “good doctors and nurses who have handle of the English language” and its many “good hospitals,” he said.
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I HAVE BEEN noticing a few teaser ads on television that entice the viewer to follow the story on social media. Quite predictably, what’s left to see would be the hard-sell pitch for the viewer whose attention the TV teaser ad has captured. It’s a good media strategy, luring more of the target market to pay attention to a whole new much longer ad material.
• As with many countries located near the equator, Mexico has only two seasons: dry and rainy. Present-day Mexico City, while situated in a valley, is located in the northern part of the country, which means the weather is a bit cooler. Visiting the metropolis during the traditional summer months of March to May means experiencing temperatures of around 10-30 degrees Celsius, with light to … Continue reading Tips for first-time tourists to Mexico City