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21 August 2017

Youtube Philippines Launches the #PinoyCreator Community Ambassadors.


Taguig. On August 19, 2017, Millennials and young-hearted Youtube creators met up at Rilek Restaurant and Bar -to be part of the launching of #PinoyCreators Community Ambassadors in Manila, Philippines.

The YouTube Ambassador program is currently available in Austria, Egypt, Germany, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Morocco, Netherlands, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, United Kingdom, and Vietnam.

Program features

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Want to help other creators grow on YouTube? As a YouTube Ambassador, you can become part of a community to help out and have fun with the next generation of creators by hosting YouTube events in your area. You’ll also get to know other YouTube experts and become a leader in your local creator community.

  • Lead a YouTube Creator Day: Inspire the next generation of creators by leading an event with presentations on YouTube fundamentals, a top creator panel, and collaboration workshops.
  • Host a meetup: Get together with your local community, hangout with new creators, and catch up with familiar faces. Meetups are all about fun, conversation, and making plans together.
  • Unlock perks for YouTube Creators: Get access to perks like advanced training courses and Ambassador get-togethers. The more events you host and the larger your local community grows, the more benefits you’ll unlock.

Steps to become a YouTube Ambassador

They're looking for passionate creators who are knowledgeable about YouTube and eager to make a change in their local community.

You can apply to become an Ambassador if: 

You're in the YouTube Partner Program and your channel complies with the YouTube Partner Program policies. Learn how to become a partner.
You have 10,000 subscribers or more (Bronze benefit levels and up in the YouTube for Creators program).
You currently live in a country where the Ambassador program is available.

Philippines is the 15th market around the world to have this program”, Su Zen Low- Philippine Community Manager proudly said.

This is not just for Manila, but we’re planning to bring this to the other cities. In fact, we have scheduled this September 2017 in Cebu. We’re gonna hand-pick creators from Cebu to become their community ambassadors.” Su Zen added.

In Manila Community, there are four ambassadors named Say Tioco, Michael Josh of Gadget Match, Jako De Leon of Paperbug TV and Janina Vela. Moreover, Aaron of NumuTV was pronounced as the first Philippine Youtube Community Rising Star as he actively participating the Youtube Creator’s Community – an online forum for content creators that was offered to Filipinos five months ago. Su Zen Low also mentioned that these individuals are not paid; they are just Youtubers who are passionate in building a strong Pinoy Creators’ Community.

Thank you for taking the challenge (Giggle)”, Su-Zen jokingly said to the ambassadors as it might be a hard-hitting responsibility to maintain the community’s vibrant culture.

Janina Vela who has 200k Youtube subscribers was the master of ceremony. Say Tioco , a beauty vloggger gave an ice breaker to the attendees – a game that highlights creativity and teamwork. In addition to that, Josh of GagdetMatch pronounced the new Youtube products and updates named – the new Youtube design which eliminates distraction and it has night mode feature, Live Stream both mobile and desktop which is perfect for fund-raising, Youtube Red , Youtube Original and etcetera.

Each one of us has our own voice. We have to listen and respect other’s voices; don’t compare your own voice to others; and never underestimate others’ voices. We’re building community here.” Jako De Leon highlighted in building a rigid community.

(From the left ) Jonathan D. Orbuda of I Love Tansyong TV, Manuel of Apotipoti, Aaron Nomo of NumuTV and M.A. Buendia of M.A. Buendia HD.

The event was successfully ended at 3:00 in the afternoon wherein another batch of foods and drinks were served before the Youtubers left the vicinity. Indeed, a feedback form was also provided so that Youtube Philippines can get the success rate of the said event.

Jonathan Orbuda , Youtuber and Su-zen Low, Youtube Ph Content Creator Community Manager

13 August 2017

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Pedicab Driving Challenge – an Experience that Changes on How I See Things.


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August 3, 2017 – I received an email coming from an organization named *Food for the Hungry Philippines inviting me to be part of their vision trip in ***Malabon City and ****Navotas.  This is one of their projects that let the selected online personalities, vloggers and bloggers to experience the life of the selected families living in that area. I was very excited due to the fact that things like these are my interests –the so called challenges.

August 5, 2017 6:00AM. I went to the office of Food for the Hungry Philippines and together with the staff; we drove towards Katipunan, Malabon city to meet the Obido Family (my host family). I met Mang Edgar Obido and his wife Aling Irene Obido , who survived in a “below poverty line” way of living.  Mang Edgar is a **Pedicab driver. Indeed, for that day, I will replace him in driving his Pedicab. Moreover, I’ll also immerse them and have some lunch at 12NN after my task of earning money from driving his Pedicab.

I was surprised at first because I thought that I’ll just film them on how they live their daily routines but the staff told me to earn money for them. The family picked me up at the drop off location and the staff left me in Obido’s possession. I drove the Pedicab heading towards the house of Mang Edgar. He was remotely driving his bicycle, simultaneously giving me the instruction - both how to drive the Pedicab and how to reach his place.  Even if Mang Edgar was guiding me, I still didn’t rely on him because I was the one driving the Pedicab and whenever there is an accident – it’s still my responsibility.

While I started to put my force on the pedal, I saw how the van and the staff became smaller and started to fade. “I am now alone; I am now responsible for myself.” Mixed of pressure and excitement were the emotions that I felt. It was my first time to manoeuvre such vehicle. Until I didn’t notice that I hit the other side of the Pedicab into a car. The driver of the car was mad at me but I continue driving away from the location as fast as I can, because I might pay for the damage. From then, I can feel the pressure; it was not all about earning money but I have to consider my safety also.

I can feel now how difficult the life of Mang Edgar. My sweat started to drop and I can feel my shirt became wet as my thirst increases. In every pedal that I made, it was an extreme slap to my face saying “Stop complaining in your life Tansyong”. I kept on smiling but deep within I knew my tears started to fall down. Good thing, it was not noticeable since the sweat on my face was more obvious over my tears.

When I reached the house of Mang Edgar, I left my belongings and changed my get up into a comfortable one. Then, we headed towards the market to start the main challenge – to pick up a passenger.  I assumed it was just easy since I’m very talkative to convince people in riding my Pedicab; however I was wrong, there were hundreds of Pedicab and Tricycle drivers who are more competitive and powerful than me. I tried to control myself, the scenario and everything that can hinder my goal. I maintained my positive mindset and kept smiling even if the heat of the sun started to burn my skin. Fortunately, it works and I got my first passenger but another fortuitous event happened. Before I was able to pick up my passenger, while trying to manoeuvre the Pedicab, the third wheel fall down inside the open drainage and I can’t move anymore. Another Pedicab driver approached and helped me because I started to cause a heavy traffic at the area.

Beep! Beep! Beep!

It was annoying sound because it indicates that I need to hurry up. In addition, I heard some laughter from other drivers while watching me – having hard time.

Watch the video below.



What about the experience? It was life changing. It teaches me on how to be grateful in life that I’m currently having. I need to be thankful in every single and small blessing that I received because there are other people out there who live in scarcity yet they are happy. It opens my eyes on how to see things – I have no right to complain because there’s someone out there who’s dreaming of living the way I live my life. Instead, I need to value what I have today and start to work it out to grow.

I really appreciate to Mang Edgar Obido and family in allowing me to stay with them and experience their life. Indeed, thank you to Food for the Hungry Philippines, for having me as your guest and letting me to see the other side of Malabon and Navotas. Truly, I’ll never forget nor erase this one of a kind experience because it is already part of Jonathan “Tansyong” Orbuda.

  • * Food for the Hungry Philippines – A Christian, international, non profit organization doing development activities especially to children living in a poverty line. They served in the country for almost 39 years.  You can help them. Just visit their Facebook. Click here.
  • **Pedicab – A bicycle turned into a public utility vehicle by attaching a third wheel and side car to accommodate more passengers. 
  • ***Malabon City - (Wikipedia) Malabon, officially the City of Malabon (Filipino: Lungsod ng Malabon), is one of the cities and municipalities that make up Metro Manila in the Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 365,525.Located just north of Manila, it is primarily a residential and industrial town and is one of the most densely populated cities in the metropolis. It has a total land area of 15.96 square kilometers.
  • ****Navotas.- Navotas is a city in the Philippines located north of Manila that is known as the Fishing Capital of the Philippines. The city has the third largest fish port in Asia and the largest in Southeast Asia. Although it was established on December 20, 1827, Navotas celebrates its foundation day every January 16. Navotas became a highly-urbanized city on June 24, 2007.

05 August 2017

BEST BITE: Mama Ting’s Marikina Famous Rellenong Bangus.


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Mama Ting’s Rellenong Bangus is one of Marikina’s Prides. It is a family business that runs for almost a how many decades now. It is located at 1800, 248 J. P. Rizal St, Marikina, 1800 Metro Manila

Mama Ting sells homemade famous Rellenong Bangus which has been mentioned that the original secret recipe was created by Mama Tings – the proponent of such business and got inherited to her daughters and sons after she passed away. This family business is now managed by Mama Ting’s siblings and continuously running as a form of their family’s legacy.

Meanwhile, just to give you a heads up what is Rellenong Bangus. It is one of the most popular dish in the Philippines. On top of the delicious taste and exceptional process of preparation compared to other fish recipes, the amount of work involve is tiresome. Separating the skin from the meat and deboning and peeling of the milkfish meat requires a lot of patience.

Aside from Rellenong Bangus that made them popular, they also venture out in selling other food products such as Everlasting (Click Here to Read about my first ever Everlasting experience), Side Dishes, Desserts, Hamonado, Dinuguan and Morcon – all are homemade and original recipe.

“Malakas sa amin kapag Pasko, (Peak season is during Christmas)” daughter of Mama Ting.
“Actually, we hired more manpower during peak season because of the massive orders” she added.

If you want to give a try their product while you’re sauntering the cleanest city in Manila, then drop by to their store.  Give also your review about their products; just leave your comments below on the comments box.

04 August 2017

📹 Experiencing the Newly Open Nightclub in Tagbilaran City – Atmospheres Club. (Review)


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After the exigent flight going to Tagbilaran Airport, I finally arrived at my Grandparent’s house. I gave my **Pasalubong to my relatives who were occupying the house at that moment. My relatives took over the ancestral house after my Grandparents passed away. It was an extremely long day for me. I was so tired but right after our dinner at 6:30PM, the sounds of the crickets started to arise and it made me feel unease. It was so new to me since the last time I heard such sound was way back 15 years ago.

My grandparent’s house is a 15-minute drive away via motorcycle to the centre of the Municipality (AKA Sawang). The road was too dark and there’s no way for me go to ***Sawang unless if I’m gonna ride a motorcycle. My Tito owns a motorcycle yet I don’t know how to drive; indeed, I don’t wanna ask him to drive for me since 7PM is already their bedtime.

I asked a rescue to one of my childhood friends named Junjun to pick me up with ****habal-habal. I can’t sleep on my first night, seemingly the house is haunted and the fact that I sleep so late when I was in Manila.

We arrived at Sawang; there was a Basketball game yet I found it so boring. We hired again a habal-habal that brought us back to Tagbilaran City to look for a vibrant place where I can spend my Bohol’s first night. Tagbilaran City is a very long drive via habal-habal which is amounting to PHP400.
(left) Junjun Barbarona and (right) Jonathan D. Orbuda

Junjun who happened to be also a party animal during his Manila days, recommended me this night club located at Metrocentre Hotel, CPG North Avenue, Tagbilaran City 6300, Philippines.

As I entered in to the vicinity, it is somewhat under a continuous construction. The entry point is like a basement of a newly-built building wherein the presence of cement exists around the area. Heading towards the inner part of the basement, I noticed a logo of A with a circle on it; the place has a wide parking area. Looking at the front view of the said club, simultaneously turning my head around the place, it reminds me of an underground club which usually can only be seen in some vampire movies.
The main entrance, where the two security guards were standing is quite elevated with a five –step stair. The pathway has a red-carpet on it which made me feel so exclusive. This red carpet will lead you to the reception area wherein I paid the entrance fee. As soon as I was done the payment, I entered another door in which few chairs were displayed and a long table attached on the wall. Adjacent to it is a bar where you can purchase your drinks. At the back of the bar, you can see what is inside on the dance floor since it is transparent. For you to get into the dance floor, you have to pass through another door that has a black curtain. Inside is another bar that has wide choices of drinks, numerous unoccupied tables and couches. It has a stage where the DJ plays the music.
(left) DJ Leo and (right) Jonathan Orbuda - on the stage.

Ambiance wise, it is visually luxurious for me yet it really made me feel that I’m in an exclusive vampire‘s club. I did check their washroom and it was clean. The place is well-ventilated with no foul smell but sadly there no signal inside AT ALL; you can’t use you phone and I found it too inconvenience especially if you’re waiting for someone inside the club. You just have to keep on going outside to look for a signal; moreover, there was even no wifi-inside for free which I found so disappointing as a social media user and a blogger.

Undeniably, I must say that Atmospheres Club is quite huge in comparison to the clubs in Manila; maybe Manila has a limited land leasing place that can cater such kind of establishment due to its number of inhabitants. You might only experience huge clubs like Pool Palace and Valkerie, among others, but the price is quite emeldific. With Atmosphere Club, it is huge enough to cater a massive guest knowing that it has been mentioned as the only dance club in the City of Friendship – Tagbilaran.

Unfortunately, there were only few guests at that moment since May 10, 2017 falls on Wednesday. And I cannot give any feedback about the crowd based on what I’ve only seen that night itself.  According to the staff that I spoke with, during weekends the club is full of guest and tourist – both locals and foreigners.

 I had a chance to interview their staff and ask their pricelist.

The mixes and transitions of the music were good yet the playlist is quite boring for me, knowing me that I’m quite exposed to some of the nightclubs in Manila. However, that was just acceptable overall, the fact that the drinks will automatically give you a shallow exuberance and enjoyment moving forward. Indeed, the Disc Jockies were locals from Bohol nevertheless they have foreign DJs during special events according to the staff. I also like the lightings as it’s more visually appealing in proportion to the ambiance and theme of the club.

(left) Jonathan D. Orbuda and (right) DJ Cyril Sieras

I ordered a ******Pulutan on the top of the bottle of drinks that I bought. I really loved the *****Humba , outwardly perfect with rice. Perhaps I was just hungry due to a long Habal-Habal drive.

Atmospheres Club has a dress code policy; strictly no slipper, sandal and alikes, no jersey short or any sporty outfits.  As long as you look visually pleasant then that is acceptable. I just hope that will not discriminate cross-dressers like Valkerie Club.

Overall, I enjoyed my first night in Bohol. It was just a little bit disappointing because they close early at 3AM. So, Junjun and I decided to saunter the Vicinity of Tagbilaran. I just realized how small the city was; we’re able to go to the major landmarks – Grandstand, Major Streets, and etcetera – by just walking from 3AM -6AM.

At 6AM, we rode a bus back to San Isidro to attend the San Isidro National High School Grand Alumni Homecoming Party 2017. That night was full of fun and worth reminiscing.

  • *Tagbilaran – The Capital City of Bohol Province. It is called as the City of Friendship.
  • **Pasalubong – A gift; this is tangible thing that you can bring from a travel for someone waiting for you at home.
  • ***Sawang – It is the center of commerce in a Municipality. 
  • ****Habal-habal is a private motorcycle turned into public utility transportation.  This became popular in the provinces but it is now adapted in the urban-zone of Manila as Angkas.
  • *****Humba – A native Boholano’s way of pork cooking wherein the pork is fried on its own oil. This method will lessen the spoilage of the food because it has no ingredients. 
  • ******Pulutan – a finger food which is best in partnered with any alcoholic drinks; Pica-Pica.

03 August 2017

#Throwback Craziness – Wearing Mop as a Wig for Born This Way Parody.


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 “Happy to go with”. Most of my friends, who knew me a lot, said that statement. I must say “not really”; sometimes I have tantrums specially when there’s something that triggers; but when my stubbornness starts, surely “you’ll choose me, over your best friend (Charot)”

Makulit talaga ako , I am a kind of person who love things associated with fun like travel, foods, adventure and etcetera. Mostly in creating my videos, I want to mix it with humorous approach. I discovered my crazy side when I met these crazy friends back in college when I joined School Publication. They were so crazy and creative in both conceptualizing serious topics for the school publication and creating crazy stuff –photography and videos - whenever it arises
In fact, we came up an idea of creating a video of Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Parody in just a random manner. The said video was recorded after the celebration of my Graduation Ball; year 2011. That was memorable moment because right after the party, everyone decided to go back to the school and stay overnight at the newsroom. Perhaps due to boredom, that was the reason why we immediately came-up a crazy idea – why not create a video?  I was assigned to play the role of lady gaga while others were backup dancers and production team. We emulated the concept of the said music video – a mother delivering a child.

Normarei Villamater was the camerawoman, (visit her photoblog here) is now a professional photographer and layout artist. Bonjo was one of the backup dancers (the big guy – watch his video here) is now a certified public accountant. Dansyl Panelo, the slim guy (who was also featured in another video) is now working in a huge accounting company. All of them were so supportive and tolerating each other's craziness - in the name of FUN. I can’t imagine, I even wore a mop head as a wig.

Watch the video below.

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02 August 2017

Tansyong’s First Ever Caricature by Bryle Flores.


October 15, 2015 when my first ever caricature was created by this talented cute artist – Bryle Flores. He is a multimedia art student and by this time, maybe he already graduated.

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His craft is really cute and I actually put it in a glass frame to avoid getting damage. He drew me on the spot in 5 minutes. I just gave him some attributes that needs to be added on the drawing - me with a backpack since I love travel and my travel icon “Monkey”. He got the concept right away and after five minutes I got my first ever caricature.

Thanks to you Bryle.

01 August 2017

Calea Pastries and Coffee – Eating the Top 10 Best Seller Cakes.


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 Calea Pastries and Coffee is located at 15th st, Balay Quince,Bacolod, 6100 Negros Occidental. It is one of the places that travellers considered visiting during Bacolod Travel. Obviously, most of the customers are foreigners.

Calea offers massive choices of bread and pastries. Drinks like coffee and cold drinks are also available. And so, together with the Pillar Publication’s Best Bite Team, we bought their top 10 best seller cakes and did a review.

The price 3/5

The products here are quite expensive. It ranges PHP80-200 depending on the cakes.

The location 5/5

The place is clean. It is well- ventilated and the light is enough to create a classy restaurant-look. I like the fact that you can choose between outdoor and indoor location of the table. Indoor location has air-con and outdoor - it is very Zen feeling since it has garden and artificial waterfalls.

The Foods 5/5

With its expensive price, I must say that it is worth paying. This is not a paid post so I will not put the names of the cakes for fairness. But the cakes were extremely delicious. Varieties of flavours are served. You can order a whole cake for a party or just a slice of it for table consumption. Their cakes truly melt inside the mouth and it gives an indescribable feeling. I’m not exaggerating this review indeed; I can bet my reputation if you don’t like their pastries.

I also ordered a halo-halo and nothing spectacular honestly. But the cakes were so heavenly baked and I must say “cakes are their best asset”.

Undeniably, I promised to myself to grab a bite in this place whenever I have a chance to go back to Bacolod.

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