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Gastronomic treats

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SOME of Rastro’s delicious dishes.

Rastro is inspired by El Rastro de Madrid, the biggest open-air flea market in Spain. It’s a place for yuppies with a Bohemian lifestyle and offers Spanish cuisine like paella, lengua, jamon, callos and salpicao.

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‘Yabang Pinoy’

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JOSON. “We need to inspire, encourage and support Filipino products.”

Maricris Sarino-Joson has a background in marketing management, with degrees from De La Salle University, University of California Berkeley and SDA Bocconi University in Italy.

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Innovative agency fights poverty

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FROM left: Saracho, Añonuevo and Polk.

The Millennium Challenge Corp. (MCC) is an innovative US foreign-assistance agency that helps fight global poverty. It forms partnerships with some of the world’s poorest countries—but, only services those committed to good governance and economic freedom. It has approved a five-year deal with the Philippines aimed at reducing poverty through economic growth.

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Geri’s story

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TIONGSON (center, back), with daughter Mimi Medina  and granddaughters, Sarah and Olivia.

Geraldine Osias Tiongson, or Geri to Philwomenians, is a motivational speaker and a cross-cultural trainer in personal growth and management development.

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Expo showcases scientific innovations

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MOVERS and shakers of NSTW.

The Department of Science and Technology showcases its latest discoveries and scientific innovations from July 24-28 at the 2014 National Science and Technology Week (NSTW) at SMX Convention Center, SM Mall of Asia, Pasay City.

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