Sunday, 28 December 2008

Tsuper Launch...(Delayed)

What's a Tsuper, you ask?

It's a magazine, recently launched. No, the magazine launch wasn't delayed, as the title seems to imply, but that this post is...you know, much like my others. I'm not so much like other bloggers who can't go to bed without having posted something that day.

Anyway, Edson's colleague at Cadiz, Jimmy Caumeron, is the guy behind a new magazine in the Philippines called Tsuper. It's pronounced much like super, but with your tongue closer to your front teeth, so that a faint t sound is heard ushering in the s.

Got it?

Good.

In the Philippines, tsuper means driver, and the magazine is something of a travel magazine as it takes the reader to different places and experiences.

Edson was tapped to write an article for the premiere issue. So, because of that and the fact that he worked in the same office with the executive editor, we were invited to the launch party held at Top Shelf in Fully Booked bookstore, Bonifacio High Street, which we attended before Edson's office Christmas party.


Hopia hors d'ouevres.
Fried shrimps done in common street food fashion.
Sago and gulaman drink. Sweet and delicious.

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