Apl de Ap feasts on Mongolian food
American-Filipino musician Allan Pineda Lindo, popularly known as Apl de Ap, has been busy lately, especially with the comeback of his award-winning pop group Black Eyed Peas and the launch of a program that will help develop the Philippines’ creative industry.
But this doesn’t stop him to indulge on a good food.
On Instagram, Apl de Ap shared a story on the “Mongolian feast” he was about to partake.
Apl recently partnered with British Council, Thames International Business School, and the Department of Trade and Industry, to launch the Creative Innovators Programme.
The program aims to develop the country’s creative industry into a more significant economic contributor.
The industry, according to a report in Inquirer, is estimated to contribute around $12.5 billion to the Philippine economy annually and employ around six million Filipinos.
Black Eyed Peas, which Apl is a part of, just also released a new single called Ring the Alarm.