I’m a latecomer to social media, although I do remember signing up on Twitter when Anderson Cooper and Ashton Kutcher told me to do so a few years ago. Anderson because I totally was with him on lambasting Sarah Palin, and Ashton because he is cute and like(d) older women. My Twitter account went on stasis after that – I forgot my password and reinstating it was just too complicated.
Luxury real estate in Cebu is a long conversation – ready-to-move in condo units or building a house from scratch? City views or beachside living? Urban lifestyle or a long drive to town?
Wanting to be the change they seek, a group of men have sparked a catalytic movement that is improving the lives of many Cebuano families by providing new homes and most importantly, new beginnings. And it started just by planning a school’s homecoming party.
Filmmaker Joanna Arong’s latest project is her home, where she brings together contradictory concepts to create a space that embodies her personality, provides striking visuals, and welcomes like-minded personalities for a creatives’ collective that sees no shortage of inspiration and fellowship.
Nothing exudes exclusivity in this city as the Cebu Country Club where members have to be invited, and non-desirables are blackballed. The roster only allows for 800 members at any one time. Much like how the Polo Club and Manila Golf Club in Forbes Park functions in Makati, the Cebu Country Club serves the same purpose to the chosen few among Cebu’s two million residents.