Tang Fruit Teaz recently launched the “Teazperiments.” It’s the first user generated online youth show in the Philippine online community where you could create and publish clean and fun experiments. Check the Teazperiments.com site HERE.
With this, Filipinos can now give the flash mob its own local twist, Tang Teazperiments brought together 7 participanting school organizations and had them give their own unique rendition of a flash mob. These are the University of the Philippines Theater Council, Ateneo De Manila University’s Dulaang Sibol and Tanghalang Ateneo, San Sebastian Theater Arts Guild, and FEU-FERN Theater Society, among others.
Tang Fruit Teaz Teazperiments
A rapidly growing international phenomenon, flash mob performers assemble in a public place, display some unique action – like that of in the famed Grand Central freeze where about 200 people suddenly froze in place for 5 minutes— and suddenly disperse.
The Philippines had its own local version of this held recently in the Market Market mall in Taguig, Manila. I myself witnessed this actual flash mob TVC-event by Tang Teazperiments. We were just hanging out when, after a loud whistle, a scattered group of people suddenly froze on their places. Watch it HERE.
It was initially strange but awesome at the same time to actually experience it. It triggered my fancy actually in wanting to join in and send an entry.
How about you? While trying out one of Tang’s Fruit Teaz variant (the apple flavor is my favorite), think of a fresh & upbeat experiment and join, or simply cast your vote of choice by logging in at the Teazperiments.comsite! Message me if you want me included in the video. *wink*
Tang Fruit Teaz Flavors
* All of the photos (except the 2nd) are properties of Tang Fruit Teaz and used as part of the press release.
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