One of the things I try to do in Zerothreetwo is build a community. In the beginning, I thought it would be enough to be a good resource of information on the internet. Everything about Cebu, go to Zerothreetwo. But it wasn’t that easy. Turns out people need to be invested in who you are, and the best way to do that is to see them in real life.

She wasn’t cognizant about it, but Jill Enriquez was building a community. From when she partied with friends through Cebu Booze Cruise, to helping people in need through Volunteer in Cebu, and now to organizing dance socials through Cebu Salsa Club, she was building that community. When we talked about the history of everything she started, I saw the many things that needed to happen to make a community thrive.

In this episode, we talked about the origins of Cebu Booze Cruise, Volunteer in Cebu, and Cebu Salsa Club, the best way to meet girls, the lost Latinos of Asia, and a whole lot of music to dance to.

Enjoy the episode!



Chyrel Gomez (Zerothreetwo Conversations episode)

Cebu Salsa Club

Cebu Booze Cruises

Paolo dela Victoria

Maya Mexican Restaurant

Volunteer in Cebu

Pole Sphinx – pole dancing studio in IT Park


Happy Garaje (Zerothreetwo Conversations episode)

Kristiane Lim (Zerothreetwo Conversations episode)

Street Food – Netflix show


Fe Sala Villarica

Arts Council of Cebu

La Maxima – music artist

Trumboranga – music artist

John Robert

House of Indies

Philia – band

Alex Alverola – dance teacher from Spain

Richard Felluer – dance teacher

Cebu International Beach Festival

Dario Angsara – dancer

Nelson Campos – dancer

Where can you find Jill online?

This episode is sponsored by Qube Gallery – a progressive art space in Cebu, Philippines providing network and exhibit opportunities for contemporary artists with whom they work closely with and promote beyond the local reach. For more than five years, Qube has mounted shows of engaging artworks and have also significantly represented the Visayas region in various international fairs. 

This month at Qube: OCEAN SEA — bringing together three artists – Olivia d’Aboville, Russ Ligtas and Joanna Arong. Their profound love for the sea is featured in their works and evokes magical mysteries, inspiration and darkness. The exhibition has different mediums. Particularly textiles, paintings, sculptures and even a video installation. This exhibition is curated by Joanna Vasquez Arong and will run from June 20 to July 16, 2019

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Music is Piano March by Audionautix

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