Mae Paner, aka Juana Change, on the antipork barrel Million People March: “Success! Vigilance should be a way of life! Why? Because it works for the good of all. Thank you for your presence! Mabuhay ang naninindigan! (Long live those who are making a stand!) Group HOG este HUG pala!”
She is “one with a million” for change.
Mae Paner (Juana Change) on losing weight and eating right: “I’m a good cook. I love to entertain at home. When I started trying to lose weight, I gave up pork and beef and started eating only chicken and fish. I also cut down on rice. I used to hate vegetables. Growing up, I thought vegetables were pagkain ng katulong (food for helpers) because they were always available in our kitchen and the help really liked them. ’Yun pala, gulay ang tunay na pagkaing pang-mayaman.
By Marinel R. Cruz
Mae Paner, popularly known as the political activist “Juana Change,” says she wants to change the landscape of the local movie industry. Paner, who has appeared in several hugely popular short satirical videos on YouTube, hopes to accomplish this through her sexy comedy film “Juana C. the Movie.” She tells the Inquirer, “Most [...]
By Dolly Anne Carvajal
Mae Paner, aka Juana Change, totally cracked me up in “Vagina Monologues” when Monique Wilson invited both of us and other colleagues to be part of her pet project last year. Mae brought the house down with her animated portrayal of the various kinds of women on the verge of “climax.” No doubt the seasoned thespian will be even more hilarious on the big screen in “Juana C. the Movie” (opening May 29). During its special screening, even Brillante Ma. Mendoza couldn’t stop laughing.