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Tatler Philippines

Tatler Philippines

May-20

Every month, Tatler Philippines takes you behind the scenes and reveals the fascinating lives and stories of influential people in business, cultural, social and sporting life of the Philippines. The ultimate arbiter of high society, taste and glamour, Philippine Tatler provides exclusive coverage of the best local and international events. The magazine provides our highly affluent and cosmopolitan readers with essential information on the finer things such as arts and culture, business, travel, trends, and food or wine.

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Tatler Asia Limited
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2 min.
the new reality

“ There can be no return to normal, because normal was the problem in the first place” —graffiti, Hong Kong It’s been a month and half since the Philippine government imposed an Enhanced Community Quarantine due to the COVID-19 pandemic. An event of such global scale that has been unheard of since World War II. It has caused anxiety, anger, chaos, and fear, and affected every strata of human existence, from business to personal interactions. God must have pressed a reset button for us to realise the state we were in. How we have treated the environment and each other. One of the upsides of all this is the time families are spending together and getting to know each other. It’s also a time of reflection, on what’s important and what’s…

1 min.
contributors

SARAH HELLER Tatler Asia’s wine editor, Sarah Heller, became the world’s youngest Master of Wine when she earned the title in 2017. She is a partner and buyer for the Almásy Collection, a central European wine brand, as well as brand ambassador and design collaborator for Lucaris Crystal. She sits on the faculty of the Vinitaly International Academy; and is chairman of WINE100, China’s largest wine competition. This month, she reveals wine experts who influence and inspire her (p.210) CHRISTIAN BARKER Singapore-based writer Christian Barker has been covering luxury lifestyle, travel, and culture for almost two decades for publications such as How to Spend It, Forbes, and Esquire. In this month’s issue, Barker investigates the mechanics behind power reserves in watches (p.112) ALINE COQUELLE Parisian photographer and author Aline Coquelle describes herself as a nomad…

2 min.
virtual reality

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ART, GWACHEON Google’s Arts & Culture tool lets you walk through the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MMCA) in Gwacheon, South Korea as easily as you can walk through a city on Google Street View, giving you a close-up view of the design, craft, architecture, and visual arts in the museum’s collection. On top of that, MMCA is currently hosting four online shows—The 100th Anniversary of the Birth of Korean Modern Masters: Yoo Youngkuk 1916-2002, Park Hyunki 1942-2002 Mandala, Garden and Birth of a Museum: Documenting the Construction of MMCA, Seoul—all of which feature informative writeups alongside the artworks. mmca.go.kr RIJKSMUSEUM, AMSTERDAM A Dutch museum dedicated to art and history, the Rijksmuseum houses 8,000 pieces that span 800 years in 80 galleries. In its collection…

1 min.
fond farewells

This year’s annual George Washington Ball, the grandest American community event in the country and a longstanding Manila tradition, served as a farewell dinner for two distinguished expatriates: departing US Ambassador Sung Yong Kim and outgoing chairman of the ball, Ricky Sobreviñas. The Ball again held a silent auction to fund scholarships for indigent Amerasians and Filipinos. It sold off stays at the luxurious Balesin resort and the Chairman’s Suite of the Marriott Hotel, and raised PhP350,000 towards the scholarship. The Ball also awarded select members of society, such as Metrobank Foundation President Chito Sobrepeña, Skin Magical’s Ghie Pangilinan, and Chair and CEO of Udenna Corp Dennis Uy. Great entertainment was provided by Prince Ronnie Love of the Temptations; Maria Laroco, UK X-Factor finalist 2018; and Arnel Pineda.…

1 min.
celebrating reiwa

The Japanese ambassador to the Philippines, HE Koji Haneda, hosted the National Day Reception celebrating the 60th birthday of His Majesty Emperor Naruhito of Japan at the Makati Shangri-La Hotel last 20 February. This is Japan’s first National Day Reception in the country under the new Reiwa imperial era. Filipino-born J-Pop singer Beverly graced the opening ceremony with her moving renditions of the Philippine and Japanese national anthems. Ambassador Haneda lauded the close ties between Japan and the Philippines in several areas, including culture and people-to-people exchange and economic cooperation projects like the Metro Manila Subway. The reception for over 1,000 attendees featured 25 Japanese company booths that served popular selections such as Miyazaki-gyu, takoyaki, sushi, and oyster.…

1 min.
full contrast

Art lovers and enthusiasts alike now have more reason to elevate their knowledge and curiosity with the newest addition in the country’s art scene—ALT Philippines. The newest contemporary art fair held an inaugural exhibit at the SMX Convention Centre at the SM Aura Premier with a hive-like venue that allows visitors to be immersive and have an intimate connection with the artworks on display. Featuring 10 galleries and over 150 established and emerging artists, ALT Philippines provides a platform and continued support to galleries and artists who are changing the country’s contemporary art scene.…