TANG Fruit Teazperiments: The first user-generated online youth show in the Philippines

Tang Fruit Teaz

Recently, the very first user-generated online youth show from TANG Fruit Teaz was launched. Hosted by RJ and Leah, they welcome a large group of bloggers. The TANG Fruit Teazperiments is an online show which can be access through www.teazperiments.com.

RJ and Leah

Tang Fruit Teazperiment

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The TANG Fruit Teazperiments are hosted by celebriteens Ketchup Eusebio and Andi Manzano. The show focus on alternative way to fight boredom through the internationally-growing flash mob fad where a large group of people who assemble suddenly in a public place, perform an unusual action for a brief time, then quickly disperse – leaving the audience amazed by the performance. It targets the Filipino tweens which is easily bored in this time of ever changing technology. Tweens are youngsters between 12- to 24-year-olds.

Tang Fruit Teazperiment Website

The first Tang Fruit Teazperiments was held at a familiar mall in the Philippines.

Groups of every kind can join and submit their own Teazperiment on the www.teazperiments.com and have a chance to win the grand prize. So I encourage all of those who think got what it takes to be the winning group. Submit your entry to the

2 thoughts on “TANG Fruit Teazperiments: The first user-generated online youth show in the Philippines

  • March 20, 2009 at 7:24 am
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    some great idea, the flashmod these guys did at the mall was ripped off from a performance art did by the guys at improveverywhere.com way back 2008 at the grand central station, and it seems the whole concept of this promotion was also stolen from them…its a shame these tang guys used this for commercial purpose and passed it as their own..tsk3…shame on you guys!

  • March 21, 2009 at 3:25 am
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    Mark: Thanks for the comment. I feel the same way, but this is a commercial company trying to capture some time of the public for them to sell their product. And I don’t think they owned the concept. They just used it to make their product heard.

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