Shop Alert : Suzanne's Emporium

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Suzanne's Emporium
Contact # 09058732200

Miss Suzanne Africa owns Suzanne's Emporium, an online shop based on Facebook.
Here's something taken from the shop's about section.

"Suzanne's Emporium has adopted its name in 2011, from the old Empress Collections which was created in August 28 2010. In December 2010, owner Suzanne has opened a stall in Starmall Edsa and opened another in Robinsons Pioneer in February 2011. But due to some circumstances and store theft, the two stalls were closed by the end of May 2011. Owner is currently studying @ San Beda College, Manila."

I've had several nice experiences with the shop & the super nice shop owner. I got some of my vampy Wet N Wild megalast lipsticks, club monaco lip liner from her as well as one of my favorite single emerald eyeshadow pot. Some of her current best sellers are her scrap soaps that I reviewed here. Go check out Suzanne's Emporium on Facebook for my beauty related finds!


Old Post : The Zamboanga Crisis

Today is the 9th of October and I’ve been seated in front of my personal computer for a couple of minutes already. Staring blankly for the first few minutes, I encourage myself to start typing this reflection paper because I so desperately want to pass my Special Problems in Nursing class and because I just suffered through 33 hours of blackout since yesterday. I tell myself I better start typing before Zamcelco decides to switch the power off again. I hear my grandparents talking to my boyfriend outside my room and I feel a sense of reassurance he is with us & that taking a couple of minutes to type out this paper will not lead to me running around grabbing things to evacuate if necessary.
As I sit, type & remember everything that has happened, I can’t help but still feel a sense of loss, dread & sadness all at the same time. Looking out of my window, the sky is dark & it’s raining heavily. I take a look at the street and silently offer a prayer that the water levels won’t continue rising because I can’t afford any more emotional suffering. I already went through more thank 3 weeks of the “war”, now I have to deal with mother nature too? The war was bad enough…
I guess to start talking about the war, one must have a certain “prelude” about it. Most people don’t know how Zamboanga, both local & national government, Nur Misuari & the MNLF all come together in this Zamboanga siege.
Nur Misuari, the leader of the rebel group Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) signed a peace treaty back in 1996 that allowed the creation of the Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) & he then became its first governor. Fast forward to more recent events, I’ve read from different sources that Misuari proclaimed the independence of the Bangsamore Republik on August 12, 2013, a proclamation largely ignored by the government. He then “disappeared” from public view before the Zamboanga siege took place. Accordingly, the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) received intelligence reports that the MNLF would launch a mass “operations” in Zamboanga City a couple of days prior to the actual undertaking. A certain commander Ustadz Habier Malik would lead the siege.
I didn’t know any of this till it actually happened. You see, my September started out quite happily. I had attended several parties & baptisms over the weekend prior to that fateful Monday morning where my life, and the lives of thousands of Zamboanguenos would change forever…
I will never forget the date, because it is exactly a month ago from today. The night before “Day 1”, I had a really good time with my family at home, just chilling and doing our thing. Little did I know that in a few hours past midnight, the terrors of the Zamboanga crisis would begin.
September 9, 2013, a little over 4 in the morning, a group of MNLF rebels invaded the city & killed several people. They started spreading havoc over the first couple of barangays they landed in. I on the other hand was still fast asleep in my warm bed, oblivious to it all till a few hours later when my grandmother (lola) barged into my room hastily waking me up. In my disoriented state, all I understood at that point was her saying “Wake up! Zamboanga is under attack by the moros!”. Everything was a bit fuzzy at that time and I remember thinking, “Again with the racism?!” I decided to check my phone first. More than 30 of missed calls from different people and several text messages. I began to feel this sense of dread. I don’t usually get that many calls or texts through the night…
The first person I called back was my boyfriend. After several rings, he finally picked up and the first thing he told me was “Don’t allow lola to go to work today, lock the gates and stay inside. The MNLF are in Zamboanga, they are planning to take down city hall. They have hostages!”… That’s when it finally sunk in. This was really happening… I immediately went online and see that it’s all over my Facebook newsfeed, Twitter timeline & on Ustream RMN. For the first time in my life, I listened to RMN, a local radio station to be updated. By noon all hell had broken loose!
The first 2 weeks of the war were the toughest. Being the only able bodied person in the house; I worried over all the decision-making and the availability of food stocks at home. At first I thought that this would be an extreme version of the Cabatangan siege that took place a few years ago. At this point I knew from the news that they (MNLF) wanted to take over city hall and hoist their official flag, the Bangsamoro Republik flag.
I thought that by the third day, the AFP would have it under control. I was wrong. I was very wrong indeed. The next couple of days would be full of sleepless nights, RMN radio streaming online, and waking up every to the sounds of bombings, fading gunshots and helicopters flying overhead. I’m lucky enough to have a boyfriend who willingly brought over food supplies so that I wouldn’t have to risk going out of the house. Also lucky that during the entire time, we suffered from zero blackouts or internet fluctuations.
The day the first fire broke out, my heart broke. I had relatives in the affected areas. I had friends in the affected areas. I’m glad all of them were able to evacuate since day 1 or 2 but I thought of their beloved homes and belongings. I also thought of all the other people who were now stranded as evacuees in the different evacuation centers. I know of several people who were forced to leave the comforts of their home and instead take cover at the evacuation centers where supplies were low and the spread of disease was rapidly happening due to the sheer mass of people occupying these spaces.
My heart went out to the hostages, who were still being controlled by the rebel group and were caught in the crossfire between the MNLF & AFP. My heart ached over all the photos on my Facebook account of the suffering the Zamboanguenos were going through and over the news that some of our soldiers have been killed. I felt so bad that a lot of our soldiers, men who were risking their lives to save ours, were going to the battlefields on empty stomachs because food rations were getting low. My heart just ached so much.
Even during the first few days of the war, the call for volunteers was already felt. I was so tempted to go out to volunteer, especially as a nurse because they needed nurses. My lola & lolo had to padlock the gate to keep me from going out to volunteer. It was too risky, they said. So I sat in the sidelines, hoping & praying that the war ends soon.
Those days were the longest and most horrible days of my life! I have experienced fear - all kinds of it.  School days when I fear for those graded recitations and exams when I’m not prepared for them! A childish fear of the school dentist when she comes to visit and declares that she has to pull one of my teeth!  Yet this indescribable fear that I felt all boiled down to fear of the unknown. It was scary to not know what was exactly going on. It was scary to receive so many different bits of information from all over Zamboanga about what was happening and about what was going to happen.
By the the 16th of September, the AFP started to really bombard and pound MNLF strongholds with mortars and the air strikes served as backup reinforcement. By this time, the number of rebels were dwindling and slowly the hostages started to get released but the war was far from over. It had only just begun.
Some friends and family asked why we did not evacuate. Some asked why I chose to stay in Zamboanga when I could have joined my parents & sister in Singapore since the airport had already resumed flight schedules…  Leaving the house was out of the question.  I have heard of plenty of vacated residences ransacked and looted.  Prizes of war, they say.  But I didn’t want to lose those priceless momentos of the past.  Then there were so many evacuees in the centers, by the hundred thousands, that the authorities had a hard time keeping things in order. And lastly, who would stay to take care of my 77 year old lolo who had suffered 3 strokes in the past and was still a hypertensive who took over 10 different medications a day? Who would take care of my 74 year old insulin dependent hypertensive lola who was already a nervous wreck by the 7th day of the war? Leaving was out of the question. I was scared, so scared actually, but I just had to suck it up. I had to be my grandparents stronghold…  So the three of us, me, my lolo & my lola chose to wait it out.
The war lasted till the end of the month when it was declared that it was over and the enemies subdued.  All that was left was the clearing operations, which will take some time to make sure that it was safe for the residents to return to their homes and try to live again. But is it really over? There are still bits of “chismis” going around that a second phase will be happening soon… All we could is hope and trust and pray that it does not…           

Shop Alert : Kering Keri Store

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Kering Keri Store
Contact # 09178556990
Kering Keri Store is an online beauty shop owned & managed by the lovely Eunice Hirakawa. I've been shopping at this particular store since last year because the service is great and the prices are affordable. Kering Keri Store offers a wide array of makeup products & makeup tools that are sure to fit your budget. Miss Eunice also holds little "games" on her Facebook page where you get the chance to win goodies from her shop! Right now I'm really loving the fact she offers samplers on the Ben Nye luxury powders so I can test out which one's suited for me! What are you guys waiting for? Visit Kering Keri Store for items that are definitely "kering-keri"!


Michi Strengtholic 2800mAh Powerbank

Let's face it. These days, almost everyone is stuck to there smart phones. Take a look around you, 8 out of 10 people would be typing or swiping away at some kind of tech device. I for one am guilty too! The first thing I do each morning, aside from thanking God I'm still breathing, is actually check messages or emails on my iPhone. I use my phone for almost everything, from sending texts to making calls to computing med dosages to jotting down reminders, I can say that I'm phone dependent. With that dependency comes the irritation I get when I get a draining or drained battery at the worst possible time. Yes, I do carry my charger with me but what if I didn't have any electric outlets to plug into?
Well folks, my prayers have been answered.
I recently purchased my first ever powerbank. To be perfectly honest, the reason I chose this was because it reminded me of a cutesy tube of lipstick or lipgloss. Read on for more details!
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What : Michi Strengtholic 2800mAh Powerbank
Where : Christian Paulo Go's Facebook Account
(Zamboanga City based)
Price : P1050
Features :
Built-in environment friendly Samsung lithium-ion battery with 2800mAh capacity
7 vibrant colors to choose from
Compact & lightweight
Specs :
Input - 5V-1A
Outpu - 5V-1A (max)
Capacity - 2800 mAh
Self charging time - 3 hours
Battery life - 6000 hours
Product size - 93x25x25mm
Weight - 76g
Package Contents :
1 USB output li-ion battery
1 micro usb cable
Reusable pouch
Instruction manual
Colors :
Magenta / Orange / Cyan/ Light Purple / Lime / Black / White
Thoughts :

First off, I really like the design of this powerbank. I've seen rectangular & square shaped ones online but I don't come across cylindrical ones often. I chose this particular design & color because it reminded me so much of my tubes of lipstick & the color reminded me of bubble gum! It had a smooth almost velvet-like feel to it, though the outer covering is made up of some sort of rubbery material. I'd be careful with this kind of material though, in my experience it's the type of covering that attracts a lot of "dirt" marks. It's a good thing the powerbank comes with a pouch where I can store it when not in use. It's also very lightweight at only 76g, it weighs next to nothing so it isn't a pain to bring around even in a small sized purse.

After reading through the helpful instruction manual, I plugged in my powerbank to charge it. There is an indicator light. Red means it's still charging, while blue means it's ready to rumble. It took 3 hours to fully charge my powerbank. I drained my iPhone4 's battery to 10%, once it reached 10% I tested my powerbank out. It charged my iPhone4's battery to a full 100% in aprrox 2 hours. I tried it out again when my battery hit a 50% mark, it fully charged my phone in about 30 minutes. Of course charging time will depend if you continuously use your phone while charging or not. I got about 2 & a half full charges from my powerbank, which isn't that bad. Definitely relieved to finally have a powerbank especially with all the "happenings" in Zamboanga these days.

Go check out Kuya Christian's Facebook account to check out more of these babies!


Beauty Blogger's United 1st Anniversary Giveaway!

I'm over the moon that Beauty Bloggers United is finally a year old! Being its founder has proven to be a very fulfilling position to be in. I initially created BBU to serve as a group & page where everyone can share their beauty related posts. Now it has evolved into something much more than just that, now we are definitely a big happy family. To celebrate out first birthday, I decided to gather fellow Beauty Bloggers to host this blowout giveaway!
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The Beauty Bloggers :
FashionTravels / Yettezkiedoodle / Jannieology (That's ME!) / EyahnismTheBeautyGeek / Melleleee / SweetCandice16 / GenzelKisses / Lalalapatricia / TheImperishableBeauty

The Prizes :
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This giveaway is open to our PHILIPPINE based readers only. It starts today, October 15, 2013 & will end on October 31, 2013 @ 11:59pm Philippine standard time. We will choose ten (10) lucky winners via the rafflecopte app. Please don't forget to do all the MANDATORY mechanics to be eligible to win! Good luck & have fun!

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2nd Blogversary Giveaway ~ Part 1

2 years ago I created this blog then "left" I officially started posting here on January 2011 but technically October is my blog's birth month. It's come a long way and in celebration of its 2nd birthday, I'm here to share Part 1 of my series of giveaways.
Shout out to my lovely lovely sponsors :
The Vanity Zone
The Primp Pad
Sugar Rush
Stuff N' Shop
Kering Keri Store
Suzanne's Emporium
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ELF 32 piece Eyeshadow Palette - "Brights"
ELF Mascara set
ELF Eyebrow Stencil Kit
ELF Powder Blush
Maybelline Baby Lips Color
NYX Round Lipstick - "Spellbound"
KRAVE Lip Gloss
KRAVE Mineral Shadows - 3 tubs
Retractable Face Brush
Ben Nye Sampler - "Banana"
2 pairs Circle Lenses
Black Peplum Top
Several Bracelets
2-way Pink & Black Satchel
P300 Gift Certificate

One (1) lucky winner will be chosen via Rafflecopter.
Giveaway is open to only PHILIPPINE based readers/followers.
Must be at least 18 years old, for minors you must have parental consent.
Must comply with all the mandatory mechanics.
Giveaway starts today, October 14, 2013 & ends on October 31, 2013
All mechanics on the rafflecopter app below!

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Shop Alert : The Vanity Zone

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The Vanity Zone
Facebook Page
Instagram : @thevanityzone

"The Vanity Zone envisions to be a one-stop-shop for your online fashion and beauty needs. We offer 100% authentic make-up items, perfumes, etc. imported from the United States. We sell these items at a much lower price than what is offered in malls here in the Philippines. Moreover, we also offer hip and trendy accessories such as connector rings, necklaces, bangles, etc.

The Vanity Zone is also a certified distributor of Krave Minerale Cosmeceuticals, the 1st in the Philippines to bring you imported mineral make up & organic skin care products with certified USDA ORGANIC ingredients sourced out around the globe."

Needless to say, The Vanity Zone is one of my favorite online shops. I've mentioned them more than once on my blog like in a haul, haul #2a review on the ELF HD blushes, my 22nd birthday haul, a review on MAC's Please Me & Ruby Woo. I keep on coming back to The Vanity Zone because of their excellent customer service and authentic products. Definitely check them out for all your online fashion & beauty needs!


Halloween 2013 : Miss Bloody Scratches

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Products Used :
Wet N Wild Coverall Creme Foundation - Light
SanSan Powder Foundation - #1
NYX Slim Eye Liner Pencil - Black
Beauty Cosmetics 120pc Palette - Version #3
Mememe Dew Pot - Autumn Smoulder
NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil - Black Bean
Nichido Lip Liner - Coral Rust
ELF Eyebrow Kit - Dark
Mehron Face Paints
NYX HD Eyeshadow Base
Wet N Wild Coloricon Palette - Vanity
Revlon Plumping Mascara - Black, Waterproof
Beauty UK Powder Blush - dolly Pink
Wet N Wild Megalast Lipstick - Cherry Bomb


AMBAG ~ A Thousand Bags For A Thousand Smiles

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amBAG is a Filipino word that means a form of contribution or a share in a collective affair. As an initiative, it is our CONTRIBUTION to help the people who lost their homes and their lives and our SHARE in the realization of the children's dream to be educated and be the youth of tomorrow.

Approximately 10,018 structures were razed to the ground during the Zamboanga crisis, according to the Bureau of Fire and Protection. Some among the important structures ravaged by fire were schools. The Department of Education reported that the tragedy also affected over 20,000 students, causing some to vacate their homes and preventing them from going to school.

                  The amBAG project is a post-rehabilitation initiative by Ateneo de Zamboanga University that aims to address the basic educational needs of the students who were affected by the crisis. It will aid them in their journey back to normalcy. The team behind the project believes that it’s the community’s moral obligation to help in upholding the right of education of the students, especially now that an incident of great gravity have caused the access primary education be tough and elusive.


Elementary students from the areas of conflict, namely, Mariki, Rio Hondo, Sta. Barbara and Sta. Catalina, will benefit from this project. Each child will be given a bag filled with school supplies and other school needs.


            Donations for the initiative may be given in CASH or IN KIND. Cash donations may be deposited into the BPI Account Ateneo de Zamboanga University 2111-0001-42 and email the deposit slip to ambagzamboanga@yahoo.com or notify (0906) 353 7767.

In kind donations may be dropped off in the Ateneo de Zamboanga University Fr. William H. Kreutz, SJ campus or sent to El Consejo Atenista Office, Ground Floor Xavier Hall, Fr. Eusebio Salvader, SJ Campus, Ateneo de Zamboanga University La Purisima Street, Zamboanga City, 7000

                  Each Bag To School kit is valued at P500. Every donation will help in gathering the necessary school supplies needed for the kits. It will make a student go to school for the year and will make his dreams closer to reality.

                  The collection period for the project will run from September 30 to October 25. The kits will then be distributed on November 4, 2013.

We’re inviting everyone to join in this effort of providing a thousand bags for a thousand smiles.


♥ Rouge ♥

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Products Used :
Celeteque DermoScience Moisturizer
Revlon Colorstay Liquid Foundation - Medium Beige
Glory of New York Total Coverage Foundation - 210
ELF Blush & Contour Kit - St. Lucia
Nyx Powder Blush - Taupe, Mocha
MeMeMe Beat The Blues Highlighter - Sunbeam
ELF Eyebrow Kit - Dark
NYX Eyeshadow Base - Skintone
Urban Decay NAKED2 Palette
DUO Eyelash Glue - Clear
Maybelline Volum' Express The Colossal Mascara - Black, Waterproof
Nichido Mineral Kohl Pencil - Onyx
BYS Matte Lipstick - Red

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HMUA : Jannieology
Photography : Sefi Curada
Client : Maan De Guzman
Location : WMSU CCJE

"Rouge" ~ A kiss is a woman's deadliest weapon.
For bookings, email me at parel.janna@gmail.com or send me a text message at 09177230118.


Shop Alert : Sugar Rush

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Facebook Page
Instagram : @sugarrushcloset 
Contact # : 0917-304-7573
Over a year ago, I talked about Sugar Rush and now I'm back to for their "come back opening". Sugar Rush is owned by Yuri Choi and co-blogger, Kai Grafia. Both are Zamboanga based. Sugar Rush is an online shop that caters to women who desire to be fashionable trendy without burning holes through their pockets. The lovely model in the photos is actually Kai Grafia herself. Aren't those pieces absolutely cute and quirky? Head on over to Sugar Rush and add sweetness to your life!


P1k Makeup Challenge

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Last month, I was tagged by the lovely Bing Castro of The Project Awesome to do the P1k (one thousand peso) makeup challenge. The rules are pretty simple. All I had to do was create a full face look using products that fit in a P1k budget. The biggest catch? Makeup tools will also be included in the said budget! My heart skipped a beat upon learning this because ever since I started applying my makeup with actual tools, I've rarely used my hands or Q-tips for makeup application. Nevertheless, I wanted to do the makeup challenge/

I used the following products :
San San Matte Finish Liquid Foundation - P100 *sale*
San San Powder - P100 *sale*
Ever Bilena Pencil - P75
MUA Artiste Collection Palette - P400
Depotted NYX Round Lipstick - P180
ELF Lengthening & Defining Mascara - P100 *sale*

TOTAL - P955!!!
Totally passed the challenge!!!

Check out the video down below :

Shop Alert : The Primp Pad

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The Primp Pad - Site
The Primp Pad - Facebook Page
Contact Person - Micaela Valenzuela
FAQs & Tracking
As a makeup enthusiast, I'm always on the lookout for online shops that carry a ward array of affordably priced makeup products that aren't locally available in the Philippines. I stumbled upon The Primp Pad a couple of months ago because I was on the search for ELF products that were priced more affordably than the ones in the mall. I was ecstatic to get several items from them that were P10-P20 pesos cheaper than mall prices and after several transactions with the shop, I've decided to so a short feature on them. Miss Micaela Valenzuela, the shop owner, is a friendly and efficient lady who manages the shop well. She responds promptly to queries and is also very understanding.
The Primp Pad is definitely your go-to shop for all your primping needs...
Check them out now!



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Levanta Zamboanga: Shirt for a Cause
Flaunt Your Generosity
Zamboanga City – a home to many. But the recent crisis has caused many ZamboangueƱos to lose their homes. Many lives were lost and people were displaced. Surely, the war has brought intense fear, terrible sadness, and tragic losses. Yet, we have proven time and again that the ZamboangueƱo spirit is bullet and fire proof. 

When the war is finally over, Zamboanga City will have to face the crisis’ aftermath. The healing, rehabilitation, and restoration process will never come easy. Perhaps, so much has been done. We have witnessed the countless heroic deeds of our seemingly ordinary citizens. Yet, so much more needs to be done. La Bella is calling us to help in its rebuilding. Together, let us heed La Bella's call in our hearts.

Let our hearts overflow with generosity. In times of hopelessness, let us be each other's light. In times of disheartenment, let us be each other's encouragement. In times of need, let us be each other's help.

Don't be shy. FLAUNT YOUR GENEROSITY! You are what you wear.

All proceeds of the Levanta Zamboaga project will aid in feeding the more than 100,000 evacuees who have found shelter in the stadium and other evacuation centers.

Shirts are sold at Php290 exclusive of shipping.

Bulk orders will have a shipping fee discount.
Zamboanga-based orders will be
via Michelle Yap-Enriquez and will be free of shipping.

Proceeds will be coursed through the Ateneo de Zamboanga University.

Muchas Gracias! AMDG! For the greater glory of God!

For inquiries and orders please message via FB: January Kanindot, Anne Loren Claire Santos, 
Michelle Yap-Enriquez 

or text: January - 09053697583; Anne - 09328779876
Michelle - 09177113406


♥ Electra Heart ♥

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Products Used :
Celeteque DermoScience Moisturizer
DinAir Airbrush System
Revlon Colorstay Liquid Foundation - Medium Beige
Glory of New York Total Coverage Foundation - 210
ELF Blush & Contour Kit - St. Lucia
Nyx Powder Blush - Taupe. Mocha
MeMeMe Beat The Blues Highlighter - Sunbeam
NYX Eyeshadow Base - Skintone
ELF Eyebrow Kit - Medium
NYX The Runway Collection 10 Color Eyeshadow Palette - Caviar & Champagne
DUO Eyelash Glue - Clear
Maybelline Volum' Express The Colossal Mascara - Black, Waterproof
Nichido Mineral Kohl Pencil - Onyx
Wet n Wild Megalast Lipstick - Red Velvet, Cherry Bomb
NYX Megashine Lip Gloss - Copper Penny
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HMUA : Jannie P.
Photography : Sefi Curada
Model : Danette Roc
Last September 22, in the middle of the #zamboangacrisis , Sefi, Danette & I decided to work around a rather "exposed" concept showing the beautiful feminine form. This photo set is dedicated to Zamboanga. It is dedicated to the fire proof & bullet proof Zamboangueno spirit. We will rise from the ashes of the tragedy that has happened. It may not happen any time soon, but it will eventually fall into place. Time heals all wounds... Even if there are scars that will remain.