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  1. #1701
    Sharon, wanted kay Tuesday Vargas!

    Hindi pa mabuo ni Tuesday Vargas ang listahan ng mga principal sponsors para sa kasal nila ni Coy Placido na member ng Session Road Band.

    Hindi pa kasi makumpirma ang partisipasyon ng megastar na si Sharon Cuneta, na isa sa mga gustong maging ninang ni Tuesday.

    Sabi ni Tuesday, hindi raw niya alam kung paano makukontak si Sharon.

    Well, kung gustong makontak ni Tuesday si Sharon, puwede naman niya itong puntahan sa show nitong Sharon sa ABS CBN.

  2. #1702
    AS of this writing, naka-schedule kagabi ang story conference ng pelikulang Mano Po 6, kaya malamang na as you read this ay nagkita na sina Sharon Cuneta at Heart Evangelista na gaganap na mag-ina sa nabanggit na pelikula.

    Ayon sa isang Regal insider, alam na ng megastar na si Heart ang final choice nina Mother Lily Monteverde at Roselle Monteverde-Teo para gumanap na Stephanie sa Mano Po 6.

    Natuwa raw si Sharon na finally ay napili na ang gaganap na rebeldeng anak niya sa pelikula.

    Dahil sa pagpasok ng Mano Po 6 sa schedule ni Heart, puwede na siyang bansagang ‘babaeng walang pahinga.’ Araw-araw siyang magtatrabaho dahil may Full House series pa siya na magsisimula na rin ang taping, SOP at Fashionista with Heart (QTV11).

    “I’m very thankful dahil marami akong trabaho. Ayokong magreklamo na wala na akong pahinga, kasi, para sa akin, lahat ng trabahong dumarating sa akin, eh, blessing mula sa Itaas,” pahayag ni Heart.

    May mga araw na kailangang maglagare ni Heart sa dalawang commitments.
    At dahil busy ang da*laga sa kanyang career, mukhang pahinga na muna ang kanyang lovelife.

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    just You & Me 'Party' 4 Two rose6319's Avatar
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    inside my "Heart".
    ^^ hi odang thanks for the articles...

    may mababasa ako bago ako matulog

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    Ako din gusto ko iba naman...... Iba naman leading man please Mother lily, kakasawa na rin si Christopher D' Ilong..........Lagi nalang siya partner ni Mega, at palagi din siya sa "MANO PO 6"..... Ano ba yan, yong bata-bata naman na leading man......Old na si Boyet De Leon........

  5. #1705
    WOW..ngayon ko lang natutukan ang MCDO NEW TVC ni MEGA..
    Lumuhod pala siya sabay taas ng kamay para mamalimos ng tulong..Imagine GINAWA yun ng MEGASTAR para lalong maka ingganyo ng mga taong nasa posisyon para TUMULONG pa..I heard wala din siyang TF para sa TVC na yun..MAS LALO akung NAPAHANGA ni Sharon hindi bilang MEGASTAR kundi bilang TAO..

  6. #1706
    hello CPAs ang sarap balikan ng article na ito ni Crispina Belen ng Buletin Today about premier ng Caregiver sa Paris, France nostalgia mode muna ako

    ‘Caregiver’ premieres to a jam-packed audience

    by: Crispina Belen

    PARIS – Star Cinema’s last offering, "Caregiver" starring Megastar Sharon Cuneta premiered last night to a jampacked audience at the MK2 Bibliotheque where the ongoing 6th Paris Cinema International Film Festival is being held till July 13. Ms. Cuneta, Chito Roño, the director of the movie, Star Cinema producer Ms. Malou Santos, and Ms. Olive Lamasan, who directed Sharon in past two blockbuster movies including "Madrasta," were the special guests of honor. They were welcomed by Ambassador and Mrs. Zaide, and Rolando S. Atienza, chairman of the Film Development Council of the Philippines who headed the Philippine delegation to the Paris Cinema IFF, the focus of which is the Philippine movie industry.

    As expected, fans of the Megastar excitedly awaited her arrival and cheered wildly when Sharon arrived with her entourage that also included her good friend and make-up artist Fanny Serrano. The premiere showing was delayed a little because everyone wanted to have a picture taken with the Megastar who obliged dutifully and happily. Sharon enjoined them to enjoy the movie because it’s really for them, the Philippines' new heroes (the Overseas Filipino Workers or OFWs). "With this movie, my respect for you rose 100%," Sharon said.

    Since its opening, "Caregiver" has earned P200-M more or less, including from its screenings globally (it had five screenings in London, two in Italy ), this according to Ms. Santos. In Paris, there was just one screening scheduled but it could have been more because of the clamor for more OFWs who couldn’t buy tickets anymore when the July 4 premiere tickets were easily sold out.

    And to think that the Philippine participation in this annual Paris Cinema IFF almost did not push through, Ambassador Zaide revealed at the cocktail preceding the premiere showing (held at the Hotel de de la Monnaie) and before the screening of "Caregiver" at the MK2 Bibliotheque. "It seemed there was no funding for the Philippine participation until someone told me to write to the Film Development Council of the Philippines, whose chairman it turned out was a contemporary and former classmate of mine, Mr. Atienza. So everything fell into place. The Philippine delegation also included another superstar, Judy Ann Santos whose movie "Ploning" also had its premiere showing the day after "Caregiver." Judy Ann and her boyfriend Ryan Agoncillo and "Ploning’s" director Dante Nico Garcia, attended the premiere of "Caregiver" and they were also given a rousing welcome by the very warm crowd.

    Before the premiere showing of "Caregiver," there was a round-table discussion about Philippine cinema, with Jeremy Segay, program director of Paris Cinema IFF as moderator, and with Ms. Christine Dayrit of the Cinema Evaluation Board (CEB), Engr. Roesholm Camaligan, president of the National Cinema Association of the Philippines, director Chito Rono and Martin Macalintal, cultural attach of the French Embassy in Manila as panelists.

    After this, another discussion was also held, this time about the New Independent Filipino Cinema with film critic and staunch supporter of Philippine cinema Max Tessier, producer Arleen Cuevas, director Auraeus Solito ("Ang Pagdadalaga ni Maximo Oliveros," "Tuli"), as director Jade Castro ("Endo") as speakers.

    Interestingly, screened simultaneously with "Caregiver" is Regal Films’ "Temptation Island" which also drew a full crowd at another theater at MK2 Bibliotheque. Almost all of the audience were French and other foreigners who evidently were impressed by the movie. " "Temptation Island" is one of four Regal movies comprising the Joey Gosiengfiao tribute. The others are "Bomba Star," "Katorse," and "Underage." The two other Regal movies shown at the Paris Cinema IFF are "Gagamboy" and "Serafin Geronimo, ang Kriminal ng Baryo Concepcion."

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  8. #1708
    up up up for the Mega thread!

    bukas na ang shooting ng MP6.

    let's pray for its success. sana tuloy2x ang shooting at sana good health si mega all the time.:-)

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    KC's Universe

    Type: Music/Arts - Concert
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    Start Time: Friday, November 27, 2009 at 9:00pm
    End Time: Saturday, November 28, 2009 at 8:00pm

    Phone: 18005357442

  10. #1710
    waaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh..i missed the cpa thread...hello mga megaberks online and lurkers

    waaaaaaaahhhhhhh..daming article..thanks for sharing

  11. #1711
    Quote Originally Posted by rose6319 View Post

    hello back read muna
    hello sis rose...
    Quote Originally Posted by chevrolet16 View Post
    Haluuuu Mega Fanz, may bago na namang TVC si MEGA sa Mc Donalds, pinakita ngayon sa commercial break ng TV Patrol World........... > help the victims of bagyong ondoy......Sandali lang yon naka-balck si Mega.......
    thanks chevrolet...
    Quote Originally Posted by Dui View Post
    EXCITED na si Sharon Cuneta na magsimula ang shooting niya ng Mano Po 6: My Mother, ang kauna-unahang pelikula niya sa Regal Entertainment na entry sa MMFF 2009.
    Bukod sa natutuwa si Shawie na makatrabaho si Mother Lily Monteverde at ang mga taga-Regal, excited ang Megastar dahil ang MP6 ay magsisilbing reunion movie nila nina Zsa Zsa Padilla at Christopher de Leon na nakasama niya sa Madrasta (1996).
    Isang rich and powerful Fil-Chinese tycoon na si Melinda Uy ang role ni Sharon sa MP6. Si Christopher ang gumaganap na asawa niyang pure Chinese, at si Zsa Zsa ang kontrabidang kapatid ni Boyet na ubod ng sama.
    Request mismo ni Zsa Zsa na gawing super-bad ang karakter nito. Bongga ang role nito bilang si Olive at ang dinig namin ay may sampalan at sapakan scenes sila ni Mega.
    Sa Oktubre 13 ang first shooting day ni Sharon ng MP6, na malamang doon na rin ia-announce kung sino ang napiling gumanap bilang rebeldeng anak ni Melinda na si Stephanie. Ito ‘yung kontrobersyal na role na unang napaba*litang para kay Kim Chiu, hanggang sa napunta na raw kina Angel Locsin, KC Concepcion, Ma*rian Rivera, Bea Alonzo at Heart Evangelista.
    Sa first shooting day ni Mega ay kasama na niya sa eksena ang mga anak niyang sina Ste*phanie, Carol (Ciara Sotto), Audrey (Nicole Uysiuseng ng PBB Teen Edition Plus) at Walden (John Manalo).
    Very challenging ang role ni Stephanie dahil ito ang paboritong anak, pero labis nitong kinasusuklaman ang inang si Melinda.
    Ang ganda rin ng role ni Ciara Sotto bilang unloved daughter. Isang kakaibang Ciara na may sexy scenes at love scenes daw ang mapapanood sa pelikula.
    Kasama rin sa cast ng MP6 sina Dennis Trillo at Boots Anson-Roa. Mula ito sa direksyon ni Joel Lamangan na nagdirehe ng Mano Po: My Family (2002), Mano Po 3: My Love (2004), Ako Legal Wife: Mano Po 4 (2005) at Mano Po 5: Gua Ai Di (2006).
    thanks sis dui..dami mo ring article na nai post,,talagang excited ka na rin sa di na rin ba nakasali si angel dito?kailan kaya ia announced yung final casting nang mp6

  12. #1712
    Quote Originally Posted by chevrolet16 View Post
    Ang ga-gwafu talaga ng mga FAFA ni MEGA........ Certified HOT FAFA............ Fafalicious, Juicilicious, Yummylicious............ Whoaahhh!!!!!!!!!!!
    hahahhaaaa..mukhang malabo na silang magka movie ni fafa RG ko ha
    Quote Originally Posted by update View Post
    maikli lang at parang di sinasadyang nabanggit ni mega that she is cancer free, na feel daw niya yung lump sa dibdib nya in the middle part of filming BFF so sinamahan sya ni kiko abroad for it's diagnosis, praise the Lord it is benign, that's heavenly good news, she is 100% ALRIGHT

    yap binbin, kasama si kris sa mano po 6, ang saya saya pati ata si jericho rosales nag volunteer ding mag cameo role, sa totoo lang lumabas ang pagiging sharonian ni kris kita ko excited syang makasama si mega kahit konti lang ang exposure, dahil dito like ko na si kris
    thank you Lord...thanks ms update sa info

    Quote Originally Posted by chevrolet16 View Post
    WOW!!!! Ang daming lumabas na SHARONIAN now ha?!! Concerned talaga tayo....... Ako din nga......I've saw the interview ni MEGA last night sa SNN, i'm very sad, worried ako.......Huhuhu..... Di nga ako nakatulog sa nalaman kong may bukol bukol siya sa breast niya....... Ang good news, benign ito........Aay salamat nalang, at nabasa ko ngayon na nagtext si Mega na hindi ika-worry natin.........PRAISE THE LORD!!!!!...THANK GOD ALMIGHTY FATHER.......To all the peopz out there & Sharonians, please include MEGA always in your prayers & the whole family as well............

    thanks chevrolet for your concern...tama ka...PRAY lang tayo lage
    Quote Originally Posted by chevrolet16 View Post
    Ako din gusto ko iba naman...... Iba naman leading man please Mother lily, kakasawa na rin si Christopher D' Ilong..........Lagi nalang siya partner ni Mega, at palagi din siya sa "MANO PO 6"..... Ano ba yan, yong bata-bata naman na leading man......Old na si Boyet De Leon........
    hahahhaa..kalokah ka chev...mamaya sugurin ka nang mga fans ni boyet..pero iyan ang opinion mo eh,opinion lang naman di ba..
    Quote Originally Posted by Dui View Post
    up up up for the Mega thread!

    bukas na ang shooting ng MP6.

    let's pray for its success. sana tuloy2x ang shooting at sana good health si mega all the time.:-)
    hello sis dui...

  13. #1713
    TALAGANG tuwang-tuwa si Heart Evangelista nang dumating sa kanya ang offer, kaya siya na mismo ang nagsabi sa lahat na talagang tatanggapin niya ang role sa Mano Po, dahil hindi lamang siya makagagawa ng pelikula sa ilalim ng isang major film company, maka-kasama pa niya ang megastar na si Sharon Cuneta.

    Marami pa rin talaga ang naniniwala na ang pagkaka-taong makasama si Sharon sa isang pelikula ay mala-king suwerte na.

    Una, basta nakasama mo si Sharon sa isang pelikula, wala na talaga ang ka-ba mo na hindi kikita ang pelikula. Ti-yak kasing pipilahan sa box-office ang proyektong iyong gaga-win with the Megastar. At dahil mas ma-laking star nga si Sharon, ang pressure kaugnay ng pag-hit ng project ay siya mismo ang magdadala.

    Hindi lang isang kara-ngalan, maraming mga ar-tistang nakasama na niya ang nagsasabing marami talaga silang natutuhan sa kanilang pakikipagtrabaho kay Sha-ron.

    Sa parte ni Heart, inaa-min naman niya na kahit na siya ay itinuturing din na isang magaling at bankable na artista, ina-idolize daw niya si Sharon noon pa man, at ang makasama niya ito sa isang project ay malaking karangalan para sa kanya.

    Sa susunod na buwan ay kapuwa lilipad na patu-ngong China sina Sharon at Heart dahil may ilang eksena ang kanilang pelikula na kailangang doon kunan.

    Isipin mo, hindi lang ni-ya makikita at makakasama si Sharon, makararating pa siya sa China, expenses free.

    May katuwirang matuwa nang labis si Heart.

    Matagal na rin namang walang peli-kula si Heart. Siya sana ang leading lady ni Richard Gutierrez sa Patient X, kaso kung kailan nakapag-shooting na siya at saka kinailangan ni-yang operahan sa kanyang acute appendicitis.

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    Hi katcab, & to all sharonians.............. tc!




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    ^...Watch cinema 1 now, palabas yong "MINSAN MINAHAL KITA" with FAFA GOMZ..........Ahihihi........

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    Taas natin ang thread

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    Thumbs up since nominated ang CAREGIVER sa FAB at LUNA here's more comments and reviews

    Caregiver (Chito Roño, 2008)
    In an early scene in Chito Roño's Caregiver, we see Sarah (Sharon Cuneta) peek into the bathroom where her mother (Marita Zobel) is giving her Alzheimer's-afflicted grandmother (Anita Linda) a bath. The mother sees Sarah peeking and gives her a warm comforting look. Sarah's younger sister (Mickey Ferriols) then enters the bathroom to help dry and dress up their grandmother. Sarah, out of familial sensitivity, closes the door, granting her grandmother the privacy any human being deserves. It's a lovely scene, made even more resounding with gestures that summarize exactly why the Philippines has ended up as the world's foremost supplier of domestic helpers, nannies, nurses, and caregivers. The Philippines is a nation of caregivers: of daughters and granddaughters who remain compassionate to those senior to them; of grandmothers and mothers who respond with genuine attention to their sons or daughters; of siblings taking care of siblings; of wives keeping up with their husbands.

    Caregiver begins in the Philippines, where Sarah, a schoolteacher who spends her nights studying the intricacies of caregiving, gets ready to leave for London, where her husband Teddy (John Estrada) works as a nurse's aide. While most of the film happens in London where we see Sarah go through the joys and pains of a caregiver, suffer through a slowly deteriorating marriage with her husband who is wallowing in self-pity, win the respect of a wealthy yet extremely moody retiree Mr. Morgan (Saul Reichlin), and take care of a misdirected youth (Makisig Morales) she first encountered shoplifting in a grocery, it is during the moments in the Philippines that are most poignant.

    Director Roño and scriptwriter Chris Martinez paint a very clear portrait as to what Sarah is willing to sacrifice for her job as a caregiver in a nursing home in London. Most moving of the sacrifices Sarah is willing to take is the possibility of leaving her lone son (John Manalo) without any parents. The film takes utmost pains to detail the waning relationship between mother and son, with the latter stoic and rebellion amid the threat of being left alone by his mother, and the former exercising her maternal instincts even up to her final days in the Philippines. Their reconciliation is handled deftly, with the two of them expressing their emotions in the middle of a playground where homeless orphaned kids sleep (a visual expression of how they are still lucky despite their circumstances). Sarah then shares her son's bottle of beer, a subtle expression that they both share the same fears, and it is thus pointless for them to separate with hardened and hurt hearts.

    Sarah's experience in London is standard melodrama, with suffering wife overcoming the odds to come out strongest and admirable in the end. Touched deftly are the repercussions of displacement. In fact, the most significant character in the film's London scenes is Sarah's husband who has deteriorated into a pathetic alcoholic mess, more so because his masculinity is greatly disadvantaged by the fact that Sarah was able to find success when he cannot do so. Caregiver brings into the forefront the humiliation, the pride-swallowing, the ludicrousness of this forced migration due to the laws of economics; where successful professionals (doctors, nurses, teachers, etc.) are forced to downgrade their professions because of the indubitable economic gap between nations. The film expresses that caste systems exist not only within specific cultures but also in the family of nations, where citizens of third world economies are delegated lower status notwithstanding skill, expertise, or intellect.

    But since Caregiver dwells more on human stories rather than lopsided world politics (although there's one scene where the ludicrousness of such politics is exemplified, where a Filipino ex-doctor (Jhong Hilario) is sacked from the hospital where he's working as a nurse for disobeying his superior although that act of disobedience saved a human life), its agenda is much more simpler: to venerate the Filipino overseas worker. It's an endeavor that has been done and redone in Philippine cinema ('Merika (Gil Portes, 1984), The Flor Contemplacion Story (Joel Lamangan, 1995), Milan (Olivia Lamasan, 2004), among others), with different levels of success. What Caregiver accomplishes is something deeper than trite veneration. That veneration is in fact an assertion of a mutated hierarchy of values inflicted by an age of financial necessity in a country that has been relying on exporting professionals to other nations to work for better pay but with menial tasks.

    When in the end, Sarah chooses to stay put with her work in London, presumably following the lessons she learned from Mr. Morgan, it feels like Sarah has championed her individuality (or for feminists, her ability to make a decision on her own), besting the pathetic whims of her husband, and presumably realizing her dreams of financial freedom. In the larger arena of things however, her decision is one that champions complacency, one that can be regarded as a tacit acceptance of her role in the world no matter how unjustly such role is rendered, one that confirms such mutated hierarchy of values and in fact celebrates it as a virtue. What Caregiver affirms is that the Philippines has a sorry place in this world of ours, and all we can do about it is accept it and cry (the last action an inevitable result of Roño and Martinez's effective machinations).

    Posted by Oggs Cruz at 9:18 PM

    Noel Vera said...
    Happy to see Rono do good work again. Because when he's got a good script, he knows to run with it.

    1:41 PM
    Anonymous said...
    How is it compared to 'Merika? I saw the trailer on YouTube, and it looks quite similar.


    3:43 AM
    Oggs Cruz said...
    Hi RSE, I can't comment on that because i haven't seen 'Merika in its entirety.

    10:09 AM
    Anonymous said...
    would love to know your opinion on sharon cuneta's take on the role. thanks.


    5:41 PM
    Oggs Cruz said...
    Hi Roni,

    I thought Sharon was very good here, with a lot of restraint and personality. Acting is pretty good overall. Even the Caucasian actors were good. Heck, even John Estrada came out terrific, that I wished his role wasn't merely designed to put Sarah on a pedestal.

    6:30 PM
    Anonymous said...
    typical talaga sa mga pinoy films na madevelop ang istorya thru dialogue noh? yun lang ang problema ko sa Caregiver pero ok na rin sya. it's better than Ploning.

    -ed saludes

    10:45 PM
    Anonymous said...
    Hi. Sorry for this OT post.

    There's this screening of short films in Robinsons Galleria by a writers group. I was wondering if you do reviews of short films because I'm thinking of requiring my class and I often refer to this blog for films that are worth watching.

    - Joan

    4:16 AM
    Anonymous said...
    hello boss, nice site u have here.
    are you 30 yet?
    try this?

    7:52 PM
    Anonymous said...

    7:54 PM
    Oggs Cruz said...
    Hi anonymous,

    I'm just 25. I actually tried out last year. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to make it. It's very difficult to be published in a print publication, and they're requiring that. In any case, there's no harm in trying again right?

    11:00 PM
    Anonymous said...
    yeah, please try again.
    all the best!

    9:47 PM
    Chris Martinez said...
    hi this is chris martinez. May i post your review on my multiply site. Been collecting reviews of Caregiver (for documentation and posterity na rin). Try to visit my site. It's actually for our Cinemalaya entry "100" this July. I have been keeping reviews of Caregiver on the side. I also appreciate your first paragraph. Yours is the only review that pinpointed that scene which is so so so dear to me. Thanks again!

    2:22 AM
    Oggs Cruz said...
    Hi Chris,

    Thanks for reading through this entry. Feel free to make use of my review in any way you want, and good luck with 100.

    3:32 PM
    Anonymous said...
    I also found the film effective, nice to know this film will be shown in Paris together with another Roño film- Dekada 70. About time he shows to a foreign audience what he's got...

    4:18 PM
    HarryTuttle said...
    Yes this will be screened at Paris Cinéma in two weeks. Any other recommendations from this program of 40 films?

    7:51 PM
    Anonymous said...
    Hey,Harry, all the films included in the Panorama are all good, worth the time, nice glimpses of lives in these islands found in Asia yet somehow curiously more American/European in stance/sensibilities than most of the films produced in this region. (A very un-Asian sensibilty you will see in "Bridal Shower", "Temptation Island",etc. Other Asians attempt to this type but somehow they come out more natural in Filipino films)) I think it's auspicious that Filipino films not about squatters are seen abroad

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    2009 One Hundred Most Powerful and Influential Flipinos
    From BizNews Asia Volume 6 No. 49

    1. GLORIA MACAPAGAL ARROYO - President of the Philippines

    2. JOSEPH EJERCITO ESTRADA - Former President

    3. EDUARDO "Danding" COJUANGCO, Jr. - Chairman & CEO, San Miguel

    4. NOLI DE CASTRO - Vice President & Housing Secretary

    5. HENRY SY, Sr. - Chairman, SM Group of Companies

    6. RAMON ANG - Vice Chairman & President, San Miguel Corporation

    7. MANUEL PANGILINAN - Chairman, Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co.;
    CEO, First Pacific Co. Ltd.

    8. GEORGE TY - Chairman & 70% owner, The Metrobank Group;
    Chairman, Toyota Motor Phils.

    9. WINSTON GARCIA - President & GM, Government Service Insurance System

    10. LUCIO TAN - Chairman & CEO, Lucio Tan Group of Companies

    11. JAIME AUGUSTO ZOBEL DE AYALA - Chairman & CEO, Ayala Corp.

    12. ALFONSO T. YUCHENGCO - Chairman, Yuchengco Group of Companies

    13. JOHN GOKONGWEI, Jr. - Chairman Emeritus, JG Summit Holdings Inc.

    14. AMANDO M. TETANGCO, Jr. - Governor, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas

    15. FELIPE GOZON - Chairman, President & CEO, GMA Network inc.

    16. ANDREW TAN - Chairman & CEO, Alliance Global Group Inc.;
    Chairman, President & CEO, Megaworld Group

    17. TERESITA SY - Vice Chairman, SM Investments Corp.

    18. AMABLE "King" AGUILUZ V - Founder & Chairman, AMA Group of Companies

    19. MANNY VILLAR - Senator; Founder, Vista Land

    20. OSCAR LOPEZ - Chairman & CEO, First Phil. Holdings Corp.

    21. LOREN LEGARDA - Senator

    22. JOEY SALCEDA - Governor, Albay

    23. ELIZABETH LEE - EVP, Univeral Motor Corp.;
    President, Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers
    Association of the Philippines (CAMP)

    24. REYNALDO DAVID - President & CEO, Development Bank of the Philippines

    25. JUAN PONCE ENRILE - Senate President

    26. FRANCIS "Chiz" ESCUDERO - Senator

    27. REYNATO PUNO - Chief Justice

    28. FIDEL V. RAMOS - Former President; Chairman, Boao Forum for Asia;
    Chairman, Ramos Peace & Development Foundation Inc.

    29. PROSPERO NOGRALES - Speaker of the House

    30. EFRAIM GENUINO - Chairman & CEO, Philippine Amusement & Gaming Corp.

    31. RAUL T. CONCEPCION - Chairman & CEO, Concepcion-Carrier Inc.

    32. EUGENIO LOPEZ - Chairman & CEO, ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corp.

    33. LANCE GOKONGWEI - President, JG Summit Holdings Inc.;
    President, Cebu Pacific

    34. MAR ROXAS - Senator

    35. GERRY ABLAZA - President & CEO, Globe Telecom

    36. GILBERTO TEODORO, Jr. - Defense Secretary

    37. BAYANI FERNANDO - Chairman, Metro Manila Development Authority
    MARIDES FERNANDO - Mayor, Marikina City

    38. NAPOLEON NAZARENO - President & CEO, PLDT;
    President & CEO, Smart Communications Inc.

    39. NESTOR TAN - President, BDO

    40. LORENZO TAN - President & CEO, RCBC

    41. ANTONIO ABACAN - Chairman, Metrobank; Vice-Chairman, Metrobank Group

    42. ARTHUR TY - President, Metrobank

    43. ALFRED TY - President, Federal Land; Corporate Secretary, Metrobank;
    Vice-Chairman, Toyota Motor Philippines Corp.

    44. FRANCIS PANGILINAN - Senate Majority Leader
    SHARON CUNETA - Actress

    45. JOSE DE VENECIA - Congressman

    46. MIKE ENRIQUEZ - SVP for radio of GMA Network Inc.; President of RGMA
    Network Inc.

    47. OMAR MIER - President, Philippine National Bank

    48. LILIA DE LIMA - Director General, Philippine Economic Zone Authority

    49. GARY TEVES - Finance Secretary

    50. JAMES GO - Chairman & CEO, JG Summit Holdings Inc.

    51. JOSE LEVISTE, Jr. - Chairman, EnerAsia Renewables Philippines Pilipinas
    SIFE (Students in Free Enterprise)

    52. VILMA SANTOS - Governor, Batangas
    RALPH RECTO - NEDA Director General

    53. ALEXANDRA PRIETO ROMUALDEZ - President & CEO, Philippine Daily
    BENJAMIN PHILIP ROMUALDEZ - President & CEO, Benguet Corp.

    54. WASHINGTON SYCIP - Founder, The SGV Group

    55. ENRIQUE RAZON - Chairman, President, CEO, International Container
    Terminal Services Inc.

    56. EDUARDO ERMITA - Executive Secretary

    57. LUIS RAYMUND "LRay" VILLAFUERTE, Jr. - Governor, Camarines Sur

    58. FE BARIN - Chairperson, Security & Exchange Commission

    59. ED ANGARA - Senator

    60. CERGE REMONTE - Press Secretary

    61. JOSEPH DURANO - Secretary, Department of Tourism

    62. PETER FAVILA - DTI Secretary

    63. ARTHUR YAP - Dept. of Agriculture Secretary

    64. FRANCIS LIM - President & CEO, Philippine Stock Exchange

    65. DAVID BALANGUE - Chairman & CEO, SGV & Co.

    66. CESAR VIRATA - Vice Chairman, Rizal Commercial Banking Corp.;
    Former Prime Minister

    67. JAIME BAUTISTA - President & CEO, PAL

    68. ANGELO REYES - Energy Secretary

    69. ROMEO QUIMBO - President & CEO, Pag-ibig

    70. AQUILINO PIMENTEL, Jr. - Senate Minority Leader

    71. TONY TAN CAKTIONG - Founder, President & CEO, Jollibee Food Corp.

    72. RICHARD GORDON - Senator; Chairman, Philippine National Red Cross

    73. ISIDRO A. CONSUNJI - President & CEO, DMCI Holdings Inc.

    74. ALAN PETER CAYETANO - Senator

    75. PANFILO LACSON - Senator

    76. JEJOMAR BINAY - Mayor, Makati City

    77. ALFREDO LIM - Mayor, City of Manila

    78. EMILIO YAP - Owner, The Manila Bulletin, The Manila Hotel

    79. REGHIS ROMERO II - President & CEO, RII Builders Inc.

    80. MIGUEL ZUBIRI - Senator

    81. SOCORRO RAMOS - Founder & General Manager, National Book Store

    82. ALBERTO ROMULO - Foreign Affairs Secretary

    83. MARCELINO C. LIBANAN - Commissioner, Bureau of Immigration

    84. FELICIANO BELMONTE, Jr. - Mayor, Quezon City

    85. JESUS TAMBUNTING - Chairman & CEO, Planters Development Bank

    86. DANTE ANG - Owner, Manila Times Publishing Corp.

    87. EDWARD HAGEDORN - Mayor, Puerto Princesa City

    88. JOKER ARROYO - Senator

    89. MIGUEL VARELA - Chairman, Philippine Chamber of Commerce & Industry

    DONALD DEE - Chairman Emeritus, Philippine Chamber of Commerce &

    SERGIO ORTIZ-LUIZ, Jr. - Honorary Chairman/Treasurer

    90. WELLINGTON SOONG - President & CEO, Jaguar Cars Inc.

    91. CORAZON AQUINO - Former President

    92. FELINO PALAFOX, Jr. - Founder & Managing Partner, Palafox Associates

    93. IMELDA MARCOS - Former First Lady; Probably the richest woman in Asia

    94. MANUEL LAZARO - President, Philconsa


    96. JESUS G. DUREZA - Presidential Legal Counsel

    97. ANDRES BAUTISTA - President & CEO, Kuok Group Philippines

    98. ROMULO NERI - President, Social Security System

    99. ALEXANDER YANO - AFP Chief of Staff

    100. MANNY PAQUIAO - No. 1 pound for pound boxer; Reigning WBC Lightweight. Champion & in four weight divisions

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