Female power has done it again, as one female, overcome the odds by winning over four males. A twist of fortune has made Melisa Cantiveros the Pinoy Big Brother (PBB) Double Up edition Grand Winner. Melisa or Melai, overtook the earlier lead of housemate Paul Jake Castillo. PBB has been dominated by females in all its episodes, since only one male, Ruben Gonzaga, has ever won as Grand Winner during the Pinoy Big Brother Celebrity Edition Season 2.
Melai, garnered 32.08% of the total text votes. She won a P2.5 million house-and-lot, and a lot of other prizes. Paul Jake, who led the text votes as of Tuesday, placed 2nd with 27.31% of the text votes. Jason Francisco, Melai’s boyfriend, is 3rd with a 24.97% of votes. Johan Santos and Tibo Jumalon ended up as the 4th and 5th placer.
The PBB Double Up edition’s finale was held at the Ninoy Aquino Stadium.
As I greet everyone this Valentines and Chinese New Year, I am proudly announcing a triple celebration today. My only daughter, Beloved Abigail, is celebrating her 10th birthday. She is a millenium girl, born February 14, 2000.
The first part of her name, Beloved, comes from the name of a Christian cell group of the Church Of God (COG) – Makati. Abigail, second part of her name, comes from a Bible character who exemplifies integrity and character. Abigail’s name belongs to one of the most faithful and honorable women mentioned in God’s Word.
Am truly proud of my daughter, being so energetic, always happy, lovely, gentle, thoughtful, loving, full of wisdom and God-fearing.
God bless you my daughter and I wish that more blessings will come your way. May all your wishes be granted, God willing. I love you bebe. Everybody loves you bebe, from dada, moma, lolo, lola, nanay, tatay, tito, tita, nicole, totoy, biboy, raven, ravie, other relatives and friends.
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Hold that send button. Check this post first before sending your Chinese New Year text greetings. In the Philippines, most people use to greet other people “Kung Hei Fat Choi” during Chinese New Year. Do you know that this does not mean “Happy New Year”?
Chinese has nine dialects, but, majority of Chinoys (Filipino-Chinese) use Hokkien, Mandarin, and Cantonese. Do you want to correctly greet your Chinese friends this Chinese new year in their own language? Then you should read this Chinese translations:
Congratulations and wishing you prosperity!
- Cantonese: Kung Hei Fat Choi
- Hokkien: Kiong Hee Huat Tsai
- Mandarin: Kong Xi Fa Tsai / Gong Xi Fa Cai
Happy New Year!
- Mandarin: Xin Nien Kwai Le / Xin Nian Kuai Le
- Hokkien: Sin Ni khòai lok
- Cantonese: Sun nien fai lok
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2010 Chinese New Year is a very unusual but a very nice day to celebrate because it coincides with Valentines Day. It will be a truly “red day” since both occasions are synonymous with the red color.
In anticipation of this annual event, I would like to share some inspirational text greetings for this truly joyful day. Herewith are some of the Chinese New Year Text Messages I received from my friends:
- Lots of Luck and Fortune! May it be as you wish every year!! With great luck and fortune!!
- New Year New Hope May everything be as you wish!
- Happy New Year! And Best wishes for much success!
- May wealth always come your way. May it be auspicious and as you wish. A Charm to Bring Satisfaction and Happiness Year by Year
- Click for your fortune! Do not fight battles that no one will win. May you have nothing but good fortune this Chinese New Year!
- As spring is around, good fortune abounds. As season progress, your longevity increases. A Charm to insure prosperity and long life
- Congratulations! May fortune and wealth be with you!
- Gain Rapid Advancement like a Carp leaping into the dragon’s gate
- Good Fortune! May gold ingots pour in from all sides!!
- May you be happy and prosperous! Good fortune as you wish!
Kung Hei Fat Choi everyone! Stay Safe.
For other text messges check this site for your Valentines Day Text Greetings.
Here is also a Quick Guide on Past and Future CHINESE NEW YEAR DATES.
|Animal||Branch||New Year dates|
|鼠 Rat||子 Zǐ||February 19, 1996||February 7, 2008|
|牛 Ox||丑 Chǒu||February 7, 1997||January 26, 2009|
|虎 Tiger||寅 Yín||January 28, 1998||February 14, 2010|
|兔 Rabbit||卯 Mǎo||February 16, 1999||February 3, 2011|
|龍 Dragon||辰 Chén||February 5, 2000||January 23, 2012|
|蛇 Snake||巳 Sì||January 24, 2001||February 10, 2013|
|馬 Horse||午 Wǔ||February 12, 2002||January 31, 2014|
|羊 Sheep||未 Wèi||February 1, 2003||February 19, 2015|
|猴 Monkey||申 Shēn||January 22, 2004||February 8, 2016|
|雞 Rooster||酉 Yǒu||February 9, 2005||January 28, 2017|
|狗 Dog||戌 Xū||January 29, 2006||February 16, 2018|
|豬 Pig||亥 Hài||February 18, 2007||February 5, 2019|
The authorities are now on the lookout for the world’s smallest bomb yet, called, Binary Bomb. This explosive is so small, that its size can be compared to a tip of a match stick. But is this for real? It is just right that our authorities take this seriously, because in this world, nothing is impossible nowadays. With the fast-paced technology that we have, improvements in such kind of explosive is not far-fetched. Anyway, there is nothing wrong in taking precautionary measures. In any case, prevention is always better than cure.
You may see how the bomb is produced here.