The long wait is over. Davao gets sweet as it heralds the coming of the Canadian shoe brand that everybody is talking about— Native Shoes! The Native Boutique has opened its doors in SM City Davao and is here to stay!
People Footwear™ Launches Shoes that are More with Less, for All Canadian entrepreneurs Damian Van Zyll De Jong and Matt Penner, have recently launched People Footwear. With a view to reinvigorate the footwear market that struggles to tangibly evolve with the modern lifestyle, People is taking cues from the timeless to create footwear for our time. It’s the simple things that turn out to be the best. People Footwear is about bringing people together; stepping outside to see where the day takes you, who you might meet along the way and knowing an adventure awaits if you’re up for it. And it starts with wearing what looks and feels right. Shoes don’t have to be complicated. People offer a contemporary design of common sense in a shoe that is stripped down to its simplest form. From construction to production, nothing is wasted and everything is streamlined to produce footwear for today that connects the best styles of the past with the best technology of the future. Constructed from molded foam, People shoes are the epitome …
A Glimpse of Canada: A Journey to Canadian cuisine Indulge in Canada’s flavorful fusion of cultures as Café Marco brings you the best of their Cuisine this September. Guest Chef Sharwin Tee, who is certified by the Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts in Vancouver, cooks up Canadian specialties from French haute cuisine, to hearty British and Irish fare, and Chinese culinary traditions. Special limited offer available daily for dinner from September 14 to 30, 2012. For reservations and inquiries, please call (082) 221 0888 local 7222. Tweet
HEY, PHILIPPINES is a Filipino newsmagazine distributed in Windsor and Essex County, Ontario, Canada. My photo of People’s Park with sculptures of Kublai Milan are on the cover. A story feature on Davao contributed by LA de Dios of Davao City Tourism Office are on the next page with my photos of the park, too. Click on each image to view and read large images. Tweet