First, Jollibee came to Canada in December of 2016 and in February, Tim Hortons arrived in the Philippines. Last February 28th, Manilenos get to taste Canadian’s “double-double” coffee as Tim Hortons opened its first in the Philippines (as well as in Southeast Asia) at Uptown Place (Bonifacio Global City) in Fort Bonifacio, Taguig.
While I was browsing posts shared by my friends in Facebook, I chanced upon a post shared by a friend that really made me smile as it brought so much happy childhood memories to me. The post I am referring to was about the return of Christmas on Display (C.O.D.) in Cubao (Quezon City, Philippines).
During our visit to the Philippines a few months ago, my sister-in-law brought me and my kids to this very popular Korean Temple in Bulacan. I was surprised to know that there is this amazing place in Bulacan.
Last November, our family travelled to the Philippines for the first time after living in Canada for almost 9 years. Despite the issue with the traffic and the very humid and hot weather during our visit, we truly enjoyed our first homecoming.
In the past 2 days, Jollibee, Philippines’ largest fast food chain released it’s new Kwentong Jollibee Series which broke the Filipinos’ heart and the social media world.
Winnipeggers are thrilled and excited upon learning that Jollibee will open it’s first branch in Canada in Winnipeg. When the news came out about the opening of Jollibee, Facebook and other social media sites were bombarded with posts about it; when the management finally put up the “Opening Soon” signs,