I’m always fascinated by beautiful women but I am more impressed with women who have a kind heart. The exciting about my friendship with Karina Mae is that I appreciate her being smart, charming, friendly and down to earth. One can tell that she’s properly educated and she’s well-mannered. For me, it was super easy to be friends with her because she has no primadonna attitude. Let me just say that’s really a cool girl. But she’s more than that. 😉
Karina Mae is educated at De Lasalle University (Taft, Manila) and working in Singapore as an educator. When she’s not teaching young children she’s doing modelling for professional photographers. She split her time between work and passion. And did I say she’s co-organizing an event in Singapore too? Yes, gurl check out her Instagram @eamanirak to find out more. She has upcoming event this Sunday, 4th/Febuary 2018 (check out the full details below).
I think her personality and upbringing have similarities with me and it has helped me connect with her. But I’m much more rebellious than she is and I think she’s nicer than me. Ha ha. Whatever our difference we can get along together and I look forward to having more afternoon-teas with her. Soon.
Model: Ms. Karina Mae Bacsain (Instagram @eamanirak)
Photo by: Mr. Mhar Villaester (Instagram @mhar_villaester_studio)
Lips: Emo Assasin Liquid Matte Lipstick
Few more days to go……few ticket left
Ministry of Entertainment
in cooperation of Hood Bar and Cafe
“LOVE OF MY LIFE”
A pre-Valentine Show
SOUTH BORDER Live in Singapore
February 4, 2018 | Sunday | 2pm-6pm
@Hood Bar and Cafe
BUGIS+, #05-07 201 Victoria Street
For ticket inquiries: +6597762976 | +6592374428 | +6583560175
John Paul Hernandez Ilagan
SOUTH BORDER, is a Filipino pop and R&B band formed in the 1990s who gained recognition in the music scene in the late 1990s to the 2000s.
SOUTH BORDER first gained prominence in 1996 with the release of their self-titled album. Included here was their very first hit, Kahit Kailan, which received the recognition of Best Produced Record of the Year from Awit Awards, among a multitude of others.
Throughout the years, the band has gone through several changes in its lineup, especially its vocalists, though this hasn’t stopped them from producing some of the most popular OPM songs in memory, including critically-acclaimed hits such as Sa’yo (1999), Habang Atin Ang Gabi (movie theme song, 2002), Rainbow (2003), and Ikaw Nga (for the TV series Mulawin, 2003).
This event is brought to you by:
Ministry of Entertainment Management
In partnership with:
LBC Express Airfreight (S) Pte Ltd
Hood Bar and Cafe
Gem Vacation & Travels Pte Ltd
Rias by TM
Libb’s Visayan Pub
Our media partners:
Morpheus Hub Events and Productions
Kicks For Feet
ISO photography group
Note: Children are not allowed due to bar restrictions.