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- MB - Thu, Apr 17, 2014 5:00 PM PHT
Physical beauty fades and it is inevitable. Usually, the grace to accept that comes with great wisdom and maturity. That said, one may always strive for something deeper, more meaningful and lasting: inner goodness. Bulletin Entertainment caught up with some of the country's most stunning beauties, and asked them what qualities they value the most. Their answers show why they are truly beautiful inside and out. ...
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Los Angeles — Reports from the boxing hotbed of Mexico City say that Juan Manuel Marquez is starting to realize the magnitude of facing Manny Pacquiao for the fifth time. But Marquez insists that before he begins thinking of a megabuck matchup with his Filipino rival, he should focus on his next fight: a May 17 showdown with Mike Alvarado set to take place at the Forum in Inglewood. Marquez told ace Mexican fight scribe Sal Rodriguez that it is a no-brainer for the public to demand for a fifth fight assuming he gets past Alvarado but the master counter-puncher believes he has to get past Alvarado next month first. Training under the watchful eyes of Hall of Fame trainer Nacho Beristain, Marquez racked up a few rounds of sparring with Alejandro Barrera and Guadalupe Rosales, according to Rodriguez.
- AFP Relax - Fri, Apr 18, 2014 11:57 PM PHT
A new survey that looks at the travel habits of 50,000 people around the world has revealed that Western and Asian globetrotters have different priorities when it comes to travel necessities. Japanese travelers were the exception to the general rule and were the only group in Asia to choose credit cards (38 percent) over their phones (28 percent). Western respondents in the Americas and Europe, however, agreed that when it comes to travel necessities, the credit card was the one item they couldn’t leave behind. While overall, nearly half (47 percent) of respondents in Europe cited their credit card as their single travel necessity versus 19 percent for their mobile phones, a notable disparity is observed in France: 58 percent picked their credit card, versus just nine percent who picked their phone.