Wednesday, July 29, 2015

33 Variations by Red Turnip Theater. A review.



Does God sing Too? This line struck me as I reminisce the press preview of 33 Variations, by the Red Turnip Theater last July 23, 2015 at the Whitespace in Makati City.  It made me realize and think that I never saw a film or even a play yet that has God sing, mostly it’s his angels who does chorus with all the heavenly prayers.

The said line was thrown by Clara Brandt (portrayed by Ina Fabregas) recalling how her mom sing and was like talking to God, her mom is Katherine (Shamaine Centenera-Buencamino) a musicologist doing study about music variations by Beethoven, wherein the play raise more issues and getting personal to the mother and daughter set up, while a love story and a story of friendship also evolve. Beethoven’s life is also showcase intersperse with the real scenes that happening in the play.

Red Turnip’s version I must say is one highly intellectual to begin with, their attack on the story of Playwright Moises Kaufman is somewhat more poignant, powerful plus the factor that they have the good casting so far, I am saying this based on what I saw and not comparing to the original or even revival of it in Broadway that I myself not seen so far.

But one thing that stood to me in this play is Teroy Guzman who play Ludwig Van Beethoven, his eyes really speaks in every line and you could feel his thoughts on the iconic character he is playing.  Franco Chan who plays Mike Clark, the nurse turn lover of Clara is also an eye candy of the play, his charm will get you especially girls.
Franco Chan.
I must admit that I am so impressed how Red Turnip maximizes the stage, hey ‘they have the whole floor as the stage with great visuals on the wall of Beethoven’s lyric sheet, that is so magical. One thing about it, you don’t have to know or listen to Beethoven’s music to understand the story, the play itself will reveal but it’s not a historical overload I guarantee.

Buencamino’s acting as Katherine being stricken with ALS is also convincing, her gestures slowly showing some symptoms of the said disease is credible enough, and it’s not gory or merciful in a way.  Red Turnip founding member Jenny Jamora direct this Manila’s staging of 33 Variations, a play with music.

33 variations is still showing up to August 23 at Whitespace in Chino Roces Ave. Below are the schedules

JULY 31, 9:00 PM- FRIDAY
AUGUST 1, 8:00 PM- SATURDAY
AUGUST 2, 3:00 PM- SUNDAY
AUGUST 14, 9:00 PM- FRIDAY
AUGUST 15, 3:00 PM- SATURDAY
AUGUST 15, 8:00 PM- SATURDAY
AUGUST 16, 3:00 PM- SUNDAY
AUGUST 21, 9:00 PM - FRIDAY
AUGUST 22, 8:00 PM - SATURDAY
AUGUST 23, 3:00 PM - SUNDAY
AUGUST 23, 8:00 PM-SUNDAY 

Tickets are available through TicketWorld (891-9999 or www.ticketworld.com.ph ) or Red Turnip Theater (redturniptheater@gmail.com or https://www.facebook.com/RedTurnipTheater)

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Sunday, July 26, 2015

A Congress for Cleaner Air

A call from Coalition of Clean Air Advocates of the Philippines. 



Prior to the much awaited State of the Nation Address by His Excellency President Benigno Aquino this coming July 27, 2015, a parody entitled State of the Nation’s Air was held last July 25 at the Bahay Ng Alumni in University Of The Philippines-Diliman Campus.

Organized by Coalition of Clean Air Advocates of the Philippines (CCAAP) they aim to inform everyone the real condition and situation of the air we breathe in the country, that our Government mislook and hide from its citizen. They want everyone to know that our Government has funding for it and some measures that need to be properly implemented. This details usually are not mention in the yearly SONA of the President, and he himself are aware of it.

“The event is a Kontra-SONA, because in his past speeches he didn’t mention about Clean Air act, but if you’re going to check and research his past interviews and videos it was revealed that he is aware about it, he even go to Land Transportotation Office to check the pollution index but no follow up after that.” Said by Herminio Buerano, Jr, the President and founding member of CCAAP.

Buerano stress that the Philippine Government allotted P6.3 billion for Clean Air Act, but this was not used, the LTO along with Department of Transportation and Communication and Department of Trade and Industry should be implementing some rules, but they refuse to do so.
Herminio Buerano, Ji. CCAAP President
“We want everyone to discuss and talk that Air Pollution in the Philippines is not a joke,  90 micrograms per cubic meter is the standard set by World Health Organization. In Hongkong when they reach 110 in reading, they advise their school children not to go to school, and tell them to wear mask. Here in Manila, no advisory at all to think the reading sometimes reaches 145."  Buerano added.

The said reading are the so called total suspended particulates or solid matter that we didn’t see in the air, and if we breathe that it goes to our blood stream that become cause of different illnesses.   But Buerano specifically mention that the main reason we have polluted air, is because we have corrupt officials and a reluctant Government who ignore the datas and deny resolution to the issue.  And also our fellow men who deny testing methods needed to check their motor vehicles. As per Department of Environment and Natural Resources records, 80% of air pollutants are coming from motor vehicles while 20% is from factories and power plants.  
The half day congress is mostly attended by CCAAP members ranging from different Non-Government Organizations in the country, Franciscan friars, health practitioner’s, and  from different Medical organizations and Environment advocates.  

CCAAP is form in 2009 mostly from emission testing centers who are sick and tired of some anomalies happening in having no appearance testing of vehicles because of money, they also file some class suit to some officials of LTO who they believe are behind it. They have now more than a 100 organization members all over the country. 
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The Stylist, Inc, now styling on TV.

The Stylist, Inc.
THE Premiere styling company in the Philippines, The Stylist, Inc headed by Rex Atienza is now the latest fashion reality TV show in E!Channel, starting this July 27, Monday at 9:30 in the evening.  The 30 minute show will showcase the daily grind of Atienza’s styling firm, his expertise, tips and techniques ,and with the help of his Angels,  his employees that will make the whole show exciting and fun to watch for.

Atienza being the man behind The Stylist, Inc is also the Creative Director of Metro Magazine, Style Editor of Metro Society. Among his celebrity clients are John Lloyd Cruz, Maja Salvador, Angelica Panganiban, Lea Salonga, Matteo Guidicelli and Jericho Rosales. Atienza’s career as stylist is now more than 10 years and a trusted name already.

“We are doing 6 episodes, and who knows we will have the second season. Usually there are cameras following us, to see what we do, how do we do it, basically it’s a matter of styling , and our everyday challenges in terms of styling, and our personal issues , not just me but with my angels.” Atienza said.
The Boss, Rex Atienza
Atienza angels are Jay Sarmiento known as the the problem solver, Aldrin the baby angel, Sam the funny angel, Sarah the sexy angel, and Anna the senior angel.

“It ranges to celebrity styling, magazine styling, to real people styling. We’re  gonna use different brand, different designers, international designers, fashion shows, everything you wish for, what you are expecting in a styling show, its gonna be in it.” Atienza added.

E! is under NBC Universal International Network, a division of NBCUniversal, a leading world media and entertainment company, a subsidiary of Comcast Corporation.  The Stylist, Inc is scheduled every Monday 9:30pm in Philippines, Hongkong and Singapore time. 10:30pm in Malaysia and 8:30pm in Indonesia.

The Stylist, Inc the TV show was launch last July 21, 2015 at Salon De Ning of Makati Peninsula Hotel, at the same time the launch of Metro Magazine August cover featuring actress Jodi Sta.Maria as the cover girl.

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

The Golden rule of Skincare with Gluta White & Firm



In this challenging world, pollution and climate change, and being in the Philippines, having whiter skin is a plus. And to achieve whiter, firmer, and healthier skin, follow the golden rule of skincare: Cleanse, Tone, Moisturize and Protect.

Gluta White & Firm, a revolutionary skincare product, made these steps easy and possible with its complete skincare line: Facial Wash, Facial Toner, Facial Cream, Body Lotion, Deodorant, and  Pressed Powder. Enriched with Glutathione, Clair Blanche, L-Carnitine and Lipofirm, these ingredients will transform your skin into its healthiest, most beautiful state.

Glutathione protects the cells from harmful toxins and at the same time lightens and brightens skin tone. It works together with Clair Blanche, a fusion of 7 active ingredients that also prevent melanin formation leading to better skin whitening efficacy. This revolutionary product is clinically-tested and proven effective by dermatologists to give whiter skin in just two weeks.

L-Carnitine and Lipofirm both break down fatty tissues to specifically reduce skin’s subcutaneous water and therefore increase skin firmness. This blend is formulated by dermatologists to lift sagged portions of the skin and brings back its fresh and youthful glow.

Make it a habit to follow Gluta White & Firm’s golden rule of skincare so you can say hello to a radiant skin and radiant life, and ready to face the everyday challenge of this new world.



Gluta White & Firm is available in all leading department stores, supermarkets, and drugstores nationwide. 



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Saturday, July 18, 2015

Kanser@35, now a musical by Gantimpala Theater Foundation.

Celebrating the staging of one of the longest running play in Philippine Theater, Kanser who now turn 35 years old is now a full musical attraction that will showcase the historic novel of Philippine’s National Hero, Dr. Jose Rizal entitled “Noli Me Tangere”.

Directing this year’s Kanser is Frannie Zamora for Gantimpala Theater Foundation, and it will serve as the opening for its 38th Season.  Base on Noli and Libretto by Jomar Fleras and music by Jed Balsamo, is very much the same with the previous production, however it’s a full musical and of course with a new cast in line.

During the press launch last July 14, 2015 at Dong Juan Restaurant in Quezon City, Zamora emphasize that their version of Noli Me Tangere is the very much alike to the principles of Rizal as the way it was written. “The difference is relevance, we focus on the ideals of Rizal, not on the love story”. Zamora said.

Playing Crisostomo Ibarra are Michael Pangilinan (X-Factor Phils) and Jacob Benedicto (PBB Housemate), the two are already upcoming singers and portraying the iconic role is something to look forward, Classically train for music Myramae Meneses is this year’s Maria Clara, while Batibot luminaries Bodjie Pascua is Pilosopong Tasyo. Vien Alen King is Elias, Kate Alejandrino and Michaela Fajardo as Sisa, Carlo Angelo Falcis is Padre Damaso, Carlo Manalac is Padre Salvi, William Serrano as Kapitan Tiago, Queen Mia is Dona Victorina and Meldea Flor Chua is Consolocion.

Noli Me Tangere (Touch Me Not) is Rizal’s rebellious novel that exposes the corrupt friars who made Catholic Religion as an instrument to colonize Philippines by Spain, this serve as the wakeup call for the revolution and freedom at the end.   It is part of curriculum in High school to study this legendary novel in the Philippines, and there are many versions and staging of this in the past many years, but Gantimpala’s version is considered one of its finest, due to its content and they are doing it wayback 1979.

Below are the schedules and venue of Kanser@35,

AFP Theater, Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City.
August 28. (Friday)
August 29, (Saturday) -9am, 12noon, and 3pm.

Star Theater, Star City
Sept 11 (Fri), Sept  12 (Sat) – 11am and 2pm.
The Cast and Crew of Kanser@35 with Direk Joel Lamangan.
For more details, bookings and reservations, tickets and show buys, contact
Gantimpala Marketing Office tel nos. 998-5622 and 872-0261 or SMS 0921-251-3733 email them at gantimpalatheatermarketing@yahoo.com or check their FB page www.facebook.com/gantimpala , tweet and IGat @gantimpalatf . 

#BLOGGER-BLOGGERAN 2015, when bloggers talk.

A good move from fellow practicing bloggers here in Manila, in organizing the first ever Blogger-Bloggeran 2015 last July 10 at Bit Space in Makati City. it’s a one night of blog talks, who we are, what we are and what we suppose to write and share.

A short talk about food blogging is discussed by Will Garcia, while Francis Lubag impressed us with his wits on how to appreciate arts, cultural and film events.  We have to admit majority of us bloggers covers the entertainment side, so this talk is so appreciated enough to understand everything in a very little time.

Richard Paglicawan, a known figure in local blogging scene also share his knowledge in IT ways and how to improve our pages in the web. Earl Maghirang also discuss the SEO of blogging.

With almost 20 bloggers in the event, we share thoughts, ideas and our responsibility as the newest medium in the World Wide Web.

The event become successful with the help of following sponsors who also did some presentation about their product and services. Like HOOQ, a mobile app with the largest entertainment library in Asia mostly movies. For more information about HOOQ pls visit their site www.HOOQ.tv .

An insurance business arm of Pacific Century Group called FWD is also present with us that night, you may get more information about their policies and premium by checking www.fwd.com.ph or get in touch with Miss Rowena Romero at 0917-301-5558 or email her at rowenaromero2010@yahoo.com.ph

Our refreshment is provided by Refreshment Republic who introduces us to Chooga Juice, El Lobo Juice Drink and Energy Drink In one, and 2Big Purified water who now come in wise pack.  Check their products at www.refreshmentrepublic.com.ph

Hope for another round of these worthy gatherings of bloggers. Congrats to all the people behind this monumental event.

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The night we enjoy Fete De La Musique 2015 at Makati.

It was a long day for us last June 20, 2015, but the music keeps us alive until wee hours, because we enjoy every single performance for the annual Fete De La Musique, the world known convergence of music artist in different genre, in line with the celebration of French Month in Makati City.

At around 4pm we arrive at A-Space in Makati City, it’s a jampacked crowd but and still we find a space for us, most of the artist performing are from the indie circuit, but musicality they are so great and you can really feel their passion even for 3 to 5 songs that we never heard, only until that night. 

Among the performances that blown us away are from Reese Lansangan whom we think can be called the Taylor Swift of Indie Music, her poetry in lyrics is amazing.  Manskee is a crowd pleaser, this man really have the heart in his music, and its catchy I tell you. And of course from Basti Artadi of rock band called Wolfgang, his machismo gesture with surprise humor is really a plus point for all concert goer.

We then move to Greenbelt 3 Park where the main stage is, we were able to see performances from Flippin Soul Stompers and Bras Pas Pas Pas Pas, they really making the crown go wild and dancing on their feet, they really entertain the people who patiently watch them from afar due to scattered rainshowers.

The event is a simultaneous in different venues that day and night, there is Rock performances at B-Side (Indoor)Bar, Reggae and Ska at B-Side (Outdoor), Feel Good music at 71 Gramercy, and a lot a more.

My blogger friend Charity and Doodze is really looking forward to next Fete De La Musique in 2016.

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The beauty wellness from Pili.



THE Wonder fruit of Bicol Region in the Philippines is not just a tropical fruit or nuts, it is now the latest source of beauty regimen that both men and women can enjoy. It’s the current trend in the line of beauty products that Elemie Naturals Inc dare to manufacture and share it to the world.

Elemie which derived from Elemie Oils of Pili Tree is a known component for facial mask of an international beauty brand for firming and achieving youthful looks, this serve as an inspiration to Ms. Jane Ong, CEO of Elemie Naturals , Inc to enhance more the said oils, and they also develop another Oil from the pulp of Pili fruits, which both the Pili oil and Elemie is a good provider for anti-oxidants, anti-bacterial and other healing purposes. 
The Pili fruits.
“Actually it’s my mom, Rosalina Tan who discover the potential of Pili, she is the organic mama and she start all of this for 10 years now”, Ong said.

Their product line start with hand and body lotion, body oil, lip stick, lip balm, bath soap, deodorant, and vapor balm.  According to Ong they are in the process of coming up a facial mask and a shampoo soon.  But she admits that as of now the lipstick for women and the Vapor Balm are their bestsellers.  

Elemie products as mention are unisex, the scent is truly will love by both genders, and its 100 percent organic which the world of today needs, as soon as you use it the effect of softening the skin is a guaranteed effect.

Ong also assures us that it is studied well and sure good for human use, they have experts and accreditation from authorities who certify it, plus the factor of helping communities in Bicol who plant Pili trees at their backyard, as alternative source of income. 

They don’t have plantation of Pili as of now, but they are ready for it even though the fact that Pili fruits even oil can be harvested once a year. They already coordinated this with farmers in Bicol area. It’s not even a threat for local tourism who sells Pili nuts as a delicacy, since they only extract the oils from the pulp and from the tree.
Ms.Jane Ong, CEO of Elemie Naturals, Inc.
Elemie products is definitely a good alternative for those who are looking for fresh and natural way of making yourself beautiful, it’s a good riddance away from those chemicals that we don’t even know where it come from.  The price is also a competitive one compare to leading brands of organic beauty products in the market.

Elemie Naturals, Inc is an exhibitor during the three day event of Philippine Beauty International Expo last July 8 to 11 at SMX Convention Hall in Pasay City.

For more details and inquiry, you can visit their office at Unit 209 Gold Condo, 15 Annapolis St, Greenhills in San Juan City. Contact them at (02)725-7461 SMS (0917)5848032 for Globe, (0947)8919953 for Smart, you can email them at  mjaneong@pldtdsl.net or check their website www.elemienaturals.com .

Thursday, July 16, 2015

Getting To Know Guitar Tabs

In the simplest terms, a guitar tab is a word that is used to describe a musical notation, which may contain either numbers or letters and explains to the musician where to place his/her fingers on the instrument. Guitar tabs consist of multiple lines and is often called a ‘staff notation.’ These lines, which are present in guitar tabs, each represent one of the guitar strings.

New musicians often find guitar tabs to be especially baffling in that the strings are written backwards. The highest string is found at the top of the guitar tabs, which is often difficult to learn since most people would expect that guitar tabs would be written from top to bottom instead of the other way around. In actuality, guitar tabs are written from the highest to lowest and the numbers on each line represent the guitar fret. In order to understand guitar tabs, all new guitarists need to learn string placement and how to correctly read frets.

Generally written in standard format, guitar tabs may slightly vary depending on the sheet music publisher. Even still, guitar tabs are easier to read than learning staff notation. Because of it’s visual representation, new musicians are often more comfortable reading guitar tabs than any other kind of music.

When learning the guitar, musicians will become familiar with the instrument and how it works. This can be accomplished in a variety of ways, including private instruction, informational reference books and videos. In some cases, classroom lessons may even be used to help better equip the musician to learn guitar and how to read guitar tabs. As the musician becomes familiar with the terms used to describe a guitar, including the neck, fret, string, chord, etc., he/she will also begin to easily read guitar tabs. Also try having dg 20 guitar 

In the beginning, guitar tabs can be intimidating. Multiple lines and letters, numbers or other symbols may seem quite confusing. With practice and time, a guitar tab will be as easy to understand as the links found your favorite website. Few musicians can play by ear without first learning a song via sheet music, which is why reading guitar tabs is the first step that a guitarist must take before learning how to play.





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Monday, July 13, 2015

MTRCB IMPOSES STRICT MEASURES OVER PBB 737 TO ENSURE PROTECTION OF MINOR HOUSEMATES

The Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) imposed strict measures and closer collaboration with ABS-CBN Corp. and SkyCable Corporation as a result of the mandatory conference held Thursday. The conference meant to address various issues and concerns regarding the protection of the welfare and development of minor “housemates” in the television program “Pinoy Big Brother (PBB) 737” (and as regards other concerns about self-regulation). 




Such issues and concerns were covered by the Board’s 03 July 2015 letter sent to said entities alleging complaints or feedback coming from some parents as well as the National Youth Commission (NYC) in regard to, among others, the cable 24/7 version of the program and its regular free TV version over Channel 2.  

Earlier, the Board also sent a letter dated 29 June 2015 asking ABS-CBN to attend the 09 July 2015 conference to consider measures on how best to protect minors in regard to the said program. Serious feedback coming from both the private and public sectors prompted the Board to incorporate into the mandatory conference consideration of overall theme and scenes placing minors in situations tending to compromise their naturally fragile personalities and for the entities concerned to explain their side. 


The conference, handled by the Board’s Hearing Committee for the purpose – chaired by Board Member (BM)/Atty. Ricardo Salomon, with members BM Ma. Carmen Musngi and BM Cecilia Nubla, was attended by ABS-CBN Corporation represented by its various program executives, namely: Mr. Laurenti M. Dyogi, Head, TV Production Entertainment; Mr. Jon Moll, Director; Mr. Raymond Dizon, Business Unit Head; Mr. Marcus Vinuya, Creative Manager; Ms. Cynthia Jordan, Production Manager; Mr. Matthew Salegumba, Story Editor; Ms. Merce Gonzales, Production Manager; Ms. Marpua Engking, Head Reasearcher; Ms. Charmaina Estrera, Program Producer; Atty. Monalisa Manalo, Legal Counsel; Program Executives’ Anna Ilada, Marcella Panaguiton, JR dela Cerna, Krystel Agnote, Kane Errol Choa, and Rae Ann Ducut; and Sky Cable Corporation, the program provider on cable television Sky Channel 85, represented by its Ms. Cora Santiago and legal counsel Attys. Agatha Zapanta-De Jesus and Carmi Tugday.

Also in attendance were different resource persons who also wrote to the Board their concerns over the program: Dr. Zandro G. Rapadas of the U.P. College of Mass Communication and Ms. Arlene S. Lacson. 

In addition, various resource persons were also invited to share their inputs and expertise to help and guide the Board and the summoned entities to come up with appropriate and comprehensive self-regulatory and remedial measures to address concerns such as mature or adult language, huddling close in bed, the lack of adequate adult supervision, to name some: Hon. Earl P. Saavedra, Commissioner of the National Youth Commission; Hon. Delia Hernandez, Executive Director of the National Council for Children’s Television; Hon. Patricia Luna, Executive Director of the Council for the Welfare of Children; Ms. Irma Valiente, Ms. Norline Jacobo, and Ms. Maribeth Casib from the Department of Labor and Employment-National Capital Region; Attys. Ryan Jeremiah Donato Quan and Jamie Ann Reyes of the Ateneo Human Rights Center; Dra. Georgina Gozo-Oliver of the Philippine Psychiatric Association; Sr. Ma. Consolata Manding, FSP of the Daughters of Saint Paul; Ms. Ma. Patricia Boton; Ms. Christine E. Gomez; Director Jose Javier Reyes; and psychlogist Fr. Filoteo Mangulabnan, S.J..

In an opening message, MTRCB Chairperson Eugenio Villareal addressed all participants, stating that the subject matter of the conference is beyond the show PBB 737 but is more importantly about the welfare and value of children and the family. Chair Toto also appealed for openness and initiative of all participants as he noted that we are all formators and educators and that we want our children to be people with character.

Different issues and concerns were addressed during the conference especially on the aspect of cultural sensitivity and how the show addresses the vulnerability of the minor housemates – which even include a 12 year old boy. 

NYC Commissioner Saavedra addressed concern over the supervisory role of PBB 737’s “resident psychologist,” especially on the issue of sexual preference as well as the over-all psychological and moral development of the housemates.  On the matter of the program’s targeted young audience, and citing an NYC report, Comm. Saavedra stressed that the portrayal of modern identity of Filipino youth is important especially that media has great impact to young people and that TV is a major source of information.

Resource persons from AHRC, DOLE and CWC asked if the show has protective mechanisms in place for the minors and if there are interventions for parents.

Veteran director and academician Joey Javier Reyes raised concern over the lives of the minor housemates after PBB especially in regard to stigmas and seemingly bad reputation that may plagued some housemates as a result of social media. Director Reyes then stressed the important role of media in protecting the lives of the children, making the media the new “Babaylan.”

ABS-CBN and PBB responded to all the issues and concerns raised by the resource persons and were very open to the suggestions made by the participants. ABS-CBN TV Executive Laurenti Dyogi told that they are mindful of their responsibility towards the housemates and have regular assessments of the show and that the housemates are undergoing regular sessions with the team and their psychologist.

From the long discussions and careful deliberation, MTRCB will now work closely with PBB 737 until the end of the show by imposing specific actions and guidelines to ensure that the welfare of the minor housemates are of utmost importance.

MTRCB has required both the network and the cable company to institute remedial and self-regulatory measures to ensure the protection, welfare and development of all participants of the show. This is also to make sure that housemates will not be engaged in activities and tasks which may be hazardous to their life and safety. Relevantly, the management and production team, with legal counsel, were active in contributing to the remedial measures contained in the order issued at the end of mandatory conference. 

All story editors are required to undergo a Matalinong Panonood and audience-sensitivity seminar to be conducted by Chairperson Villareal on a rotational basis every Thursday at the MTRCB office. 

An advisory at the beginning of each episode must be placed stating the following: “This program may contain sensitive material. Viewer discretion is advised.” Further, starting July 10, the classification rating of PBB 737 Gold will now be SPG with at least descriptors pertaining to “Theme” (T), “Language” (L), and “Sex” (S).

And to address the needs and vulnerabilities not only of the participants but also the audience, a comprehensive “closing-out” discussion by a subject-matter expert after the completion of every task or challenge in regard to the precise lesson, learning or virtue to be imparted shall be implemented. This is actually a reiteration of a best practice of policy formulated and tested after the so-called “Nude Painting” controversy during the last PBB season. 

The MTRCB thanked all participants in the mandatory conference for their initiative and cooperation.◘
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