During the lockdown, we all looked for something to get us through our day. Many of us became plantitas and plantitos, bakers, and/or fitness fanatics. Some of us took a few online classes that introduced us to new hobbies, or some that made us better at our jobs or the careers we want when things get back to normal.
Chinese-Korean star Awkwafina made her big debut in the hit movie, Crazy Rich Asians. She also went on to win a Golden Globe for her role in the small, critically acclaimed film, The Farewell. And now, she graces the cover of prestigious magazine Harper’s Bazaar February 2021 issue.
Christine Ong Te, a successful events planner and coordinator in the Philippines, recently appeared on CHiNOY TV’s podcast, Rise Up. She is the founder and owner of COTE, a full service event planning, management and consultation company. Here are 5 tips from Christine Ong Te that can be applied to both business and in life.
Eion Chua, a Chinoy math wiz boy wonder, has been accepted to Harvard’s Class of 2025 through the early action program.
Roxanne Ang-Farillas, owner of fashion giant Plains & Prints, shares key advice for aspiring entrepreneurs, especially amid the pandemic.
For Lexter Ang, art is a passion that permeates most of his everyday life. Ang has been a graphic designer for almost 15 years. He founded the company, Art Tap Design Studios, and started sketching for fun during the pandemic. Sharing his personal experiences with CHiNOY TV, Ang reveals his personal insights into the arts, a field that continues to evolve, especially now, in a rapidly modernizing world.
Five leading business executives from various industries, such as food and automotive, offer their advice on how to adapt in the new normal.
Chris Ong, Plant Manager of Baker’s Fair, shares his early years in the bakery business and advice for coping with changes in the market.