Bukas na sa mundo ang istorya mo; lalo na kung kumpleto ka ng SOCIAL MEDIA apps sa phone mo.
Ganyan ang buhay ngayon, mapa-millenial ka o hindi. Alam na ng public, ng strangers, friends, friends of friends, at kahit ng ex mo, kung ano ang ginagawa mo. Though you control what is posted on Social Media about you, the idea of letting them know your likes and dislikes makes them closer to you kahit hindi pa talaga kayo magkakilala.
Consider this as an example. I KNOW na alam na ng “Fans” and “Followers” ko ang mga to:
Naglalaro ako ng football sa ASCOM.
Na-injure ako at nagpapa-PT sa Active Life Chicago PT – Shaw Blvd branch.
Umattend ako ng kasal sa Calaruega last month.
Mahilig ako sa lightsabers.
I watched Ely Buendia and Raymond Marasigan sa magkaibang gigs, all in the same weekend.
INSTAGRAM pa lang yan. Paano pa pag nag-stalk ka sa Tinder, Twitter, at Facebook ko.
Pag nagustuhan mo yung mga posts ko, marami tayong pwedeng pag-usapan sa ating “First date”.
Kaya Importante na mag-post ng mag-post sa Social Media pag single ka!
Ayala Malls Cinemas opens its screens at Glorietta 4 and Trinoma for the first edition of German Film Week on September 22 – 27, presented by the Goethe-Institut Philippinen.
The German Film Week 2016, marks the first all-German film event in the Philippines in recent years. Opening the event is the premiere of “Who Am I — No System Is Safe” (Who Am I — Kein System ist sicher) by director Baran bo Odar on September 21 at Glorietta 4 cinemas, Ayala Center, Makati City. The film is about a gifted hacker who only feels at home in the virtual reality who finds an opportunity to demonstrate his talent to a wider audience.
Regular screenings will follow from September 22 to 27 at Glorietta 4 and Trinoma cinemas. The Film Week is comprised of 13 hand-picked features released in Germany in the last two years. Tickets are priced at P100 and are available via www.SureSeats.com or at the cinema counters.
Also featured in the festival are the Emma Watson starrer “The Colony,” with other highly acclaimed films “24 Weeks,” “As We Were Dreaming,” “The Dark Side of the Moon,” “Head Full of Honey,” “Hördur: Between the Worlds,” “I’m Off Then,” “Labyrinth of Lies,” “Stations of the Cross,” “Meteor Street,” “Rough Road Ahead” and “Wild.”
The German Film Week 2016 is made possible by the support of the Film Development Council of the Philippines and Ayala Malls Cinemas. For details, visit the Goethe Web site.
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