Espina: ‘Fly high’ with Radisson

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Monday, April 28, 2014

THE “Flying Chef” is Radisson Blu’s cutting edge. New GM Nishan Silva describes 2014 as truly astounding! The Radisson F&B team “flies to your doorsteps to cook for you.

Buy the Ingredients. We cook!” At no service expense.

More things to expect: a dessert studio, wider lobby space where there is soothing music; Dilma Tea Bar at the lobby; very affordable lunch and dinner at Feria on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Radisson Premium Club.


Nestor at 70

Over at the Grand Convention Center, Nestor Co Chua, celebrated his 70th birthday with family, immediate relatives, Lions and friends from We Care. More years to come, Nestor!

Thanks for the Memories

The Marco Polo Plaza Cebu Hotel will be the venue for American Chamber’s July 14 Fil-American Friendship day. Remember MacArthur’s “I shall return” statement? Bob Hope with his “Thank You for the Memories” and of scenes behind the war will thrill Cebu.

Chairperson Alice Woolbright has it all visualized. Watch for it!

Seafood, any one?

Pinky Quisumbing’s Lola Saling serves fresh seafoods and local dishes. Lola Saling re-opened recently in Mandaue City. Catch the food flair!


Timeless and tireless Humanitarian Felisa Yap Chiongbian, founder of Georich Livelihood and Scholarship Foundation, celebrated her birthday by sharing her fortune with her prime projects and friends. Her collection of prayers speaks of her piety and dedication. She stewards the Banilad Center for Professional Development, which schedules summer sessions in basic housekeeping, cooking and baking from April 25 to May 24. The center has a poverty alleviation project for low-income women, registered
at Technical Education and Skills Authority.

SP Comm Kit: Lessons in “social graces and etiquette” are simply the same as what elders describe as “good manners and right conduct” (or GMRC). It used to be a single subject in the grade school and high school curriculum, but it is currently integrated in related courses. The basic GMRC revolves around saying, “Good day,” “Please,” “Thank you,” “Excuse me,” and other expressions of politeness and courtesy.

Furthermore, it nurtures the virtues of honesty, industriousness, promptitude, truthfulness, respectfulness, the habits of cleanliness and orderliness. All these make us “socially gracious and prim and proper,” expressed in good usage and decorum.

Published in the Sun.Star Cebu newspaper on April 29, 2014.


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