the boy with the broken stomach
It’s gotta be wet. It’s gotta be wild. If it’s not Bagoong then it’s gotta be Parada ng Lechon!

Balayan, Batangas is known for its famous Parada ng Lechon (Lechon Parade). You get to see, smell and taste these juicy roasted pork ornamented in their platform from costumes and fancy d├ęcor highlighted on the streets.

As a tradition and of course for fun, there should be basaan (getting someone wet),  targeting the sexy and good-looking ladies; pouring cold water on their backs to make them scream so loud. We call this shinning-shimmering-attention-grabbing moment as ‘applauded’.


Like any other year, a fiesta will not be complete without special appearances. You get to see some artist and bands and politicians, like our very own Mr. Leo Martinez, Viva Hot Babe Jaycee Parker, Akbayan Party List Representative Risa Hontiveros and a whole lot more. I was so surprised to see Ms. Risa here, because you don’t usually see them in events like this, where you get to pour her some ice cold water (Brrr!).

Kids all over the sidewalk with their water guns shooting anyone spotted in any part they wanted (mostly on the nose, causing some sort of sudden pain on the air passage). Experience the thrill and excitement of this year’s Parada ng Lechon, because getting wet has never been this fun especially here in the Philippines, only at Balayan, Batangas.



Kimmy Go Dong Hea is back. Dora Go Dong Hea is back. Luisitio Go Dong Hea is back. Like the New Daveil: the boy with the broken stomach. Kimmy Dora and The Temple of Kiyeme, starring the one and only Ms. Eugene Domingo. And it’s not just an ordinary sequel; it’s a comeback with a bang and a boom (and every explosion sound you can think of).

There’s no other woman to fit for the role Kimmy Dora than Ms. Eugene Domingo. You’ll have a hard time finding an actress who can act as a bitter strict business woman and a sweet retarded sister at the same time. She’s the only one who has that Lukaret Factor when it comes to acting. Or more like a bipolar disorder to the next level.

Kimmy Dora and The Temple of Kiyeme could possibly the best comedy movie of the year. Why not? You’ll definitely catch your breath laughing with witty and wacky lines of Ms. Eugene. You’ll be amazed to the state of the art special effects and cinematography of the film shot in Korea. You’ll have your heart stopped with the horror element of the story. And you’ll be surprised with the star studded guest like Kris Aquino, Liz Uy, Jinggoy Estrada, Raymond Gutierrez, Ryan Bangs, Alodia Gosiengfiao, Richard Poon, Maricar Reyes and a whole lot more.

Written by Chris Martinez and directed by Ms. Joyce Bernal under Star Cinema and Spring Films. So what are you waiting for? Go to the nearest movie house and watch Kimmy Dora. Umarung ka dre!

One more thing, did you know that Spring Films’ producer is Piolo Pascual. Well, just saying.