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The tea industry in Naga is surely spreading it's horizon to Naguenos and Bicolanos. We now have the third Tea House which is Pao Pao Xiaco Chi after Bubble Town Tea House and Moonleaf Tea Shop respectively. It is located at the newly built commercial building beside Saint Joseph School.
I guess Pao Pao Xiao Chi is now added on my next list to visit!
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ROCKIN' BEYOND XV
Source: Francis Padua Papica on Facebook
On February 4, 2012 at 7:00 PM, at the Naga Coliseum, FPPFI will have a Free Anniversary Show featuring various national artists, and some of the best talents on the local scene. We will also have game shows with lots of cash prizes, give-aways and raffles. It truly promises to be a night of fun and celebration. Free tickets are available at DWNX, ABS-CBN, Biggs and Chowking outlets. Please get your tickets before they run out.
PROMISES DELIVERED; DREAMS FULFILLED; FUTURE SECURED.
On February 4, 2012 at 8:30 A.M. to 4:00 PM, FPPFI holds the Annual FPPFI Leadership Convention. This event is by invitation only to high schools and colleges in the Bicol region. Guest Speakers include, Sec. Jesse Robredo of DILG, Sec. Armin Luistro of the Department of Education, Sen. Koko Pimentel, Boy Abunda, Atty. Alan K. Nicolette, Wilbert T. Lee, Venus Raj, Diane Necio, Czarina Gatbonton, Nicolette Henson, Vince Hizon, Shai Hizon, Mikee Conjuanco-Jaworski, Dodot Jaworski, Jonas Gaffud, Mikael Daez and Bernadette de los Santos.
Chinese Cultural Presentation of Saint Joseph School
Lantern, Dragon and Lion Dance Parade
Naga Centro and SM City Naga Events Center
January 22, 2012
3:00 pm onwards
Thanksgiving mass for the Chinese New Year started the event at SJS. To kick off the event, firecrackers started to shoo away bad spirits. Assembly of the students, teachers and alumni association for the Lantern, Dragon & Lion Dance Parade. Route is from St. Jo to downtown Naga and back.
A dragon Dance and Lion Dance were performed at the Plaza Quezon. After which, a presentation by the Naga Hope Christian School was also witnessed by Naguenos. The event was spearheaded by the City Government of Naga.
After the parade, the whole troupe of SJS went back to the campus then prepared for the cultural show at SM City Naga at 7:30 pm.
Chinese Cultural Presentation by Naga Hope Christian School
@ SM City Naga
January 21, 2012
CLICK HERE for Photos of Naga City during the Chinese New Year Celebration