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List of powerful women in House of Cards Season 4 universe


 And because it’s Women’s Month, it’s about time we get to take a look at the powerful women in Netflix’s House of Cards Season 4. But before we go on and if you’re a fan (or not), we remind you that this post contains spoilers you wouldn’t want to know. Unless you’ve seen the full Season 4 when it was aired on RTL CBS Entertainment last March 5, then you’re welcome to read on. Let’s start with Daisy Jones. She is one of a hell feisty Congresswoman from Texas and she aint backing out from politics without giving her daughter, […]


Celebrate Pres. Quirino’s 125th Birth Anniversary through commemorative exhibit


 Former President Elpidio Quirino was the 6th President of the Philippines, who rebuilt a devastated country by war, would be turning 125 years old this coming November 16, 2015. President Quirino‘s legacy will be commemorated through visual and digital exhibit at the Ayala Museum from November 7 to 28, 2015. Largely drawn from the Filipinas Heritage Library and the President Elpidio Quirino Foundation‘s rich collection of papers and memorabilia, Defining Quirino highlights stories of one statesman’s journey from teacher to president, his vision and achievements, and his deep sense of humanity encapsulated in Tolerance, Goodwill, and Love. “The exhibit highlights […]


Sen. Villar and Mayor Eusebio cut ribbon on the inauguration of state-of-the-art STARTEK facility in Pasig City


 Together with STARTEK‘s president and CEO, Chad Carlson and VP for Operations Antoinette ‘Tonichi’  Achurra, Senator Cynthia Villar and Pasig City Mayor Maria Belen Eusebio cut the ribbon during the inauguration of the trusted BPO, a service provider with contact centers around the world, state-of-the-art office facility located inside Silver City 3, Frontera Verde in Pasig City. The four-storey building include a recruitment and training  area with recreational facilities for employees such as themed pantry for every floor, gym, sleeping quarters, pocket garden, and a roof deck. “In behalf of the Philippine government, we welcome STARTEK in our country. The BPO industry […]

THE INTERVIEW. And then boom, boom, boom...

Wrapping up 2014 with The Interview, the movie that we almost failed to see


 The Interview It wasn’t bad at all. Honestly, this is Seth Rogen‘s best role performance that we have seen. Not too cocky and annoying. The only person who’ll get pissed with The Interview will be Kim Jong-un. Don’t ask us why. You probably would have known it by now. And the only thing that will surely leave a bad taste in the mouth would be the scene where The Interview specifically ‘killed a real living person.’ Nobody ‘kills a real living person‘ on film. Not yet, until The Interview. That would be a tough job for the film’s production outfit and we won’t […]

AGUINALDO SHRINE. The first time the Philippine flag was heralded by Emilio Aguinaldo in celebration of the 1st Philippine Independence on June 12, 1898 in Kawit, Cavite.

Aguinaldo Shrine in Kawit, Cavite


 This is where Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo was born and raised up to the day he waved the Philippine flag as he heralded Philippine Independence on June 12, 1898. Aguinaldo was born in this place on March 22, 1869 and was buried here on February 16, 1964. Viewed 30728 times by 4002 viewers ADMINJuan Manila Express is a magazine-themed blog of different niche from daily grind to headline news, to entertainment updates and social media related topics. Email us at for your suggestions and comments. Thank you for visiting!More Posts