L-R: Kris Yabes of Asian Hospital Charities Inc.; Stephanie Teves, councilor of Muntinlupa City; Ivee Arciaga, councilor of Muntinlupa City; Trina Biazon of the Gender and Development Office of Muntinlupa; Estelita Bunye of Zonta Club Alabang; Dra. Magdalena Meana of the Muntinlupa City Health Office; Angie Laborte of Project Pink, Dra Joy J. Aromin of… Continue reading Breast cancer survivors and advocates share their story in Pink October
Last week all roads lead to the shopping mecca of Makati : Glorietta for the annual Negros Trade Fair. It has always been a tradition. Each year during the month of September members of the Association of Negros Producers gather for a week long fair, sales blitz tourism promotions and food fair.
The Philippine School of Interior Design (PSID) celebrates 50 years of interior design excellence with this year’s graduation exhibit entitled “GOLD: Glamorous, Opulent, and Luxurious Designs.” Opening to the public on October 1-31, PSID GOLD held a press launch at Uptown Mall, Bonifacio Global City last Sept. 26, giving the media a firsthand glimpse into… Continue reading PSID GOLD Graduation Exhibit opens its doors for press launch
TESDA Deputy Director General Atty. Diosdado O. Padilla will deliver the keynote address at the 4th Tourism Human Resource Congress, opening on Monday, Sept. 25 at the Grand Xing Imperial Hotel, in Iloilo City. The three-day affair will see experts and speakers discussing issues that pertain to updating and improving knowledge and skills in global practices and enhance… Continue reading 4th Tourism HR Congress Opens
MassKara Festival organizers are now accepting entries for the “Nights of Mardi Gras” fantasy costume competition slated October 10, 11, and 12 at the Bacolod Public Plaza. As part of the nightly entertainment at the plaza during the MassKara Festival, the participants will parade at the San Juan, Gonzaga, and Gatuslao sides at 7 p.m.
On-the-job training (OJT) or internship gives students their first taste of the real world. This is where they apply what they have learnt in the classroom to actual work situations. Unfortunately, many students earn their degrees without fully mastering the skills required for a job. “OJT aims is to ensure that students are ready to… Continue reading Training Students for Real Through OJTs
Philippine tourist arrival is growing at a steady rate. The Department of Tourism reports that in May 2017, for the first time this year, visitor arrivals surpassed the 500,000 mark at 532,757, a 19.6% increase compared to May 2016. Visitor arrivals have been recorded from Asia (63.11%), Americas (19.01%), Europe (8.78%) and Australasia (4.75%). With… Continue reading PHL ready for ASEAN mutual pact on tourism
The country’s most exciting events for readers is back, this time bigger and better. Now with two floors of exhibit space, the Manila International Book Fair (MIBF) bibliophiles are definitely in for a sweet treat on Sept. 13 to 17 at the SMX Convention Center, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City. Devoted to amazing finds… Continue reading Get lost in a bigger world of pages at the MIBF’s second floor
September only means one thing for residents in the South of Manila – All-Out Shopaholic Sale. Festival Mall in Alabang, Muntinlupa City holds its annual sale on Sept. 22-24, and Sept. 29-Oct. 1 where shoppers may get up to 70% off on amazing selections mallwide. The cooler months mean a hot new outfit with discounts… Continue reading All-Out Shopaholic Sale at Festival Mall
The ‘70s is probably the golden era of Original Pilipino Music, when the movement called the Manila Sound gave rise to some of the most iconic groups in Philippine music history such as Hotdog, Boyfriends and VST & Co. This glorious era will thus be the main theme at this year’s “Awiting Kay GLEEng’’, Festival Mall’s… Continue reading Festival Mall’s Awiting Kay GLEEng goes ‘70s OPM