Monday, December 31, 2012

Food, chefs and style at Dusit Thani’s Fiesta San Miguel

Chef Delfin Borras Jr. with other chefs as they cook and style at Dusit Thani Fiesta San Miguel
CRAVING TODAY of delicious food as I remember the awesome food and culinary style with chefs and team of Dusit Thani’s Fiesta San Miguel. Appreciation to their head Steve Basobas and team with their excellent customer service! Thanks and good job to Chef Delfin Borras Jr. 

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Introduction to Analytics Training – Dan Meyer

THE Analytics Expert Dan Meyer invites fresh graduates, unemployed, employees who are in the business and knowledge process outsourcing (BPO/KPO) and people who wanted to shift into a new career as analyst to equip and upgrade their skills and understanding by attending the latest and innovative Introduction to Analytics Training

Monday, December 17, 2012

DOST chief, UP president test run the first Filipino-developed train

FIRST they laid the track. Now they ride the coach. In the maiden test run last Friday of the country’s first ever train developed by local experts, Department of Science and Technology (DOST) Secretary Mario G. Montejo and University of the Philippines (UP) President Alfredo Pascual personally board the train to see how the ride goes. 
Joyride. Department of Science and Technology’s (DOST) Automated Guideway Transit successfully fulfilled its maiden test run recently. The AGT, a joint project of DOST and UP Diliman, aims to reduce traffic and air pollution in Metro Manila. Photo shows DOST Secretary Mario Montejo (left), UP President Alfredo Pascual (2nd from left), DOST Assistant Secretary for Strategic Plans and Programs Robert Dizon (center behind Pres. Pascual), along with other UP officials, during the AGT maiden test run. (Photo and text by Joy M. Lazcano, S&T Media Service, STII)

Monday, December 10, 2012

DOST to celebrate the 40th Atomic Energy Week

LEARN more about the different applications of nuclear science and technology in agriculture, medicine and other fields in the upcoming Atomic Energy Week on December 10 to 14 led by the Department of Science and Technology’s Philippine Nuclear Research Institute (PNRI). 

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Knorr’s University Junior Chefs Cooking Contest

(MANILA) UNILEVER selected 12 students from different universities with their recipes to join the elimination round today to be held at Isetann-Recto, Atrium (stage area) from 12:00 noon until afternoon. 
Aaron, Princess, Uno (Activ Asia Inc.), Juliet & Josonyl meeting @ Isetann-Recto for event's briefing

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Makati schools dominate 2012 Tagisang Robotics

The Benigno Knights, the Benigno Aquino High School Team proud with their trophy and mentor
FOUR public high schools from Makati City ruled in this year’s 2012 Tagisang Robotics, the Philippine’s first and only varsity type robotics competition. 

Saturday, September 15, 2012

Bigasanko booms in Unlad Kabuhayan Summit 2012

Alenton and sales people as they explain the business to potential clients
IN the recent three-day livelihood event dubbed Unlad Kabuhayan Summit 2012, is one of the successful and happy exhibitors with around 22 potential franchisees queuing to engage in franchising business.

Saturday, September 8, 2012

Tara Residences: Rush Sale Studio Type until Sept. 15, 2012 only

Remaining ONE Studio Type in Tara Residences is FOR SALE only until Sept 15, 2012
ONE remaining studio type in Tara Residences is for SALE!   The unit has 33.46 square meters area, with comfort room, kitchen cabinets and sink (please check the photos below).

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Reminiscing Ibarra

BALLET PHILIPPINES (BP) revived the “Crisostomo Ibarra” in ballet form, a novel based on Dr. Jose Rizal’s “Noli Me Tangere,” choreographed by Paul Alexander Morales with music by Jed Balsamo, shown in Cultural Center of the Philippines.  BP is now on Net25’s The Red Carpet.
JM Cruz meets the winners of Hilsinski Competition Candice Adea (right) and Jean Marc Cordero at CCP

Monday, September 3, 2012

QC ordinances promote Green Environment

Yesterday, while paying the groceries bought in PUREGOLD, the cashier asked me if I have eco-friendly bag and she gave options to put the products I bought either in carton box, or pay P2 per plastic or buy reusable PUREGOLD bag worth P39.  I opt to buy the bag worth P39. 
PUREGOLD eco-friendly reusable grocery bag at P39.00

Saturday, September 1, 2012

‘Unlad Kabuhayan’ Ideas for Micro Entrepreneurs and Freelancers

THE world is full of opportunities and we just have to open our eyes to see how big the prospects are to earn more. But before we explore, ask yourself why do you need extra income?

Like the ocean, ideas and richness flow continuously, never-ending with prosperity…

Friday, August 31, 2012

Thursday, August 30, 2012

Unlad Kabuhayan Summit 2012: A Social Entrepreneurship Program

Participants waiting for the opening of Unlad Kabuhayan Summit 2012 
THOUSANDS of people witnessed the recent opening ceremony of UNLAD KABUHAYAN SUMMIT 2012 (UKS) which was held at the World Trade Center, Pasay City. Around 500 exhibitors and sponsors supported the event for a cause where proceeds will seed the scholarship of the upcoming trainers to make this program sustainable.

Sunday, August 26, 2012

BPO ELITE joins Unlad Kabuhayan Summit 2012

Dan Meyer during analytics training
THE BPO Elite exhibits at the “Unlad Kabuhayan Summit 2012” on August 26 to be held at the World Trade Center, Pasay City.  Today, it will start at 3 pm-10 pm and will continue until August 28 from 10 am to 8 pm.

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Snooky Serna supports INC Lingap sa Mamamayan

Snooky Serna happy in rendering service to humanity through Lingap sa Mamamayan
LIFE is getting tough in every corners of the world. Tsunami, earthquakes and hurricanes or typhoons were experienced very often. This calamity often leaves unlikely results like floodings and wreckage. The affected communities abandoned their homes and evacuates in a designated area until the calamity subsides only to find that there is nothing left of their belongings when they come back.

Monday, August 13, 2012

Bt Corn: Truth (and consequence) after a decade of implementation

Controversies arising from the use of Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt corn) or genetically modified (GM) corn and other related GM products brought a number of discussions in national media and cases raised against Greenpeace.

Dr. Emil Javier, NAST president (extreme left), Juanito Rama (5th from left with his co-farmer, the blogger (third from right), Leonardo A. Gonzales, president Sikap/Strive Inc. (extreme right)

Testimonial of entrepreneurial farmer in applying Bt/GM corn

Rama encouraged his fellow farmer to try this agri-technology
Juanito Rama, an Ilocano farmer and leader of one “going big” cooperative narrated that when they started their group way back 2006 using the GM/ Bt corn they were just 72 members and he said no one would like to believe him or them. 

Sustainable recommendations for Bt/ GM corn espousal

In the study conducted, Gonzales of SIKAP/ STRIVE INC. urged to sustain the benefits brought forth by the GM corn seed technologies and recommends the following:

Environmental Outcomes of Bt/ GM corn

An analytical data based on time from 2000 to 2011 proved that Bt corn was more efficient in the utilization of land, fertilizer, labor and pesticide resources. 

Macro-economic Effects of Bt/ GM corn, 2011

The two farmers who work on Bt corn and made it successful in the Philippines market
The five indicators comparing ordinary hybrid maize vs. GM/ Bt corn were net farm income, pre-harvest labor savings for non-use of pesticide, incomes from seed and post harvest labor income all increased well due to higher yields.

Socio-economic Impacts of Bt/ GM corn

The Bt corn was the first genetically modified crop which was approved by the Philippine Department of Agriculture way bank 2003. From the total area of 10,000 hectares planted to Bt corn in 2003, it increased the total area planted to all GM corn to 643,800 hectares with the following impacts:

Friday, August 10, 2012

Inspiring Music: 'I Can See Clearly Now' by Jimmy Cliff

What an inspiring song “I Can See Clearly Now” by Jimmy Cliff, after that long monsoon rains which brought calamity in the Philippines. 

Friday, August 3, 2012

Thursday, August 2, 2012

Typhoon Gener and Project NOAH

Project NOAH online 
(MANILA, Philippines)“Siyam-siyam” a Filipino idiomatic expression commonly used by oldies to say that things are taking too long like that of typhoon Gener which is taking so long to leave Philippines. Literally, it means nine days and nine nights which is not the normal typhoon characteristic we usually encounter.

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Two Filipino students to represent Novartis PH in International Biocamp 2012

Novartis selected two Filipinos from six graduate and postgraduate students from the field of natural sciences from different universities and colleges candidates in Novartis Local Biotechnology Leadership (Biocamp) with the theme “Staying Competitive in the Knowledge Economy” held at the Asian Institute of Management (AIM) Makati City on July 30. 

Monday, July 30, 2012

London Olympics 2012 opening stuns the world

Spectacular fireworks during the 2012 London Olympics Opening (July 27, 2012)
(LONDON) Grand, awesome and glittering Olympics’ opening fascinated the more than 80,000 spectators in the Olympic Stadium and a probable billion television viewers around the globe who watched, been inspired and energized in the musical celebration of British history and culture. 

Friday, July 27, 2012

Iglesia Ni Cristo celebrates its 98th Anniversary

Happy 98th Anniversary to all Iglesia Ni Cristo. Graphics by Michael Suguitan

TODAY marks the commemoration of the Iglesia Ni Cristo's (Church of Christ) 98th year of establishment in the Far East specifically in the Philippines. 

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Dolphy, 'national artist' to Pinoys worldwide left at age 83

Mang Dolphy you will truly be missed by your viewers and fans

Rodolfo Vera Quizon Sr. known more as “Dolphy” and the Philippines’ “King of Comedy” died on Tuesday night, July 10, 2012, 8:34 p.m. (local time) at the Makati Medical Center.

DOST’s National Science and Technology Week 2012 is for all

National Science and Technology Week 2012 (July 10-14) @SMX
(PASAY CITY, METRO MANILA) SCIENCE is for everyone at National Science and Technology Week to be held on July 10-14, 2012 at the SMX Convention Center, SM Mall of Asia.The five-day annual event is designed to offer something for everyone, young and old, laymen and science-minded, students and professors, entrepreneurs and inventors. 

Monday, July 9, 2012

L’Oréal Philippines’ Search for FWIS National Fellows 2012

L' Oreal Philippines' For Women in Science Search
L’Oréal Philippines hunts for the next For Women in Science National Fellows is on! 

Iglesia Ni Cristo’s ‘Lingap sa Mamamayan’ gained Guinness world record seal

The biggest INC's Lingap sa Mamamayan held in Parola, Tondo, Manila  
(MANILA, PHILIPPINES)  IGLESIA NI CRISTO’s (INC) largest international aid for humanity also known as “Lingap sa Mamamayan” bagged global "most" acclamation by the Guinness World Book of Records held in Parola Compound, Tondo, Manila on July 7.

Two Filipina researchers receive L’ Oreal-UNESCO’s For Women in Science award

Recently, two young, exceptional female scientists received second batch of L’ Oreal Philippines For Women in Science (FWIS) National Fellows, namely Dr. Ma. Cecilia G. Conaco and Dr. Aletta T. Yniguez. 
L’Oréal Philippines awards the 2011 For Women in Science National Fellows
From left to right: Pamela Picazo-Garcia, L’Oréal ‘s corporate communications manager; Dr. Cristina Padolina, member of 2011 FWIS jury and president of Centro Escolar University; professor Lourdes Cruz, the first ASEAN and first Filipino FWIS awardee; Dr. Ma. Cecilia Conaco, 2011 For Women in Science national fellow; Luc Olivier-Marquet, L’Oreal’s managing director; Dr. Aletta Yñiguez, 2011 For Women in Science national fellow; DOST undersecretary Fortunato dela Peña; L’Oreal FWIS 2010 national fellows Dr. Laura David and Dr. Maria Corazon De Ungria and Christian Cayaba, Scientific and Technico Regulatory Affairs manager of L’Oreal Philippines

Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Livelihood Event: 'Unlad Kabuhayan' Summit 2012

We can do it! Be part of this UNLAD Kabuhayan event!
YOU are invited to be part of the biggest livelihood enhancement event of the year as an exhibitor, sponsor, participant or guest of Unlad Kabuhayan Summit 2012 on August 10 – 12 at the World Trade Center, Pasay City with the theme and battle cry: Kaya Natin ‘To!

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Philippines’ National ICT Summit 2012: Cloud Computing and Related Technologies for e-Governance

National ICT Summit 2012 souvenir magazine
The Chief Information Officers Forum (CIOF) and Chief Information Officers Forum Foundation (CIOFF) organized recently a National Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Summit 2012 in partnership with the ICT Office of the Department of Science and Technology (ICTO-DOST) held at Crowne Plaza Manila Galleria Hotel in Ortigas, Pasig City. 

Monday, July 2, 2012

DOST-Phil. Science HS students top ASEAN science tilt

Students from the Department of Science and Technology’s Philippine Science High School - Western Visayas Campus in Iloilo achieved the grand champion title in the ASEAN+3 Junior Science Odyssey held June 10-17, 2012 in Brunei Darusallam. 

Monday, June 25, 2012

DOST launches TV White Space to beef up connectivity

TV White Space Technology or Super Wi-fi or TV band launched in DOST event 

THE Department of Science and Technology’s Information and Communications Technology Office (DOST-ICTO) recently launched the TV White Space (TVWS) Initiative to expand connectivity in the country, particularly among government systems. The program will use TV white space technology to provide data connectivity for various purposes such as rural broadband, environmental sensor networks, telemedicine, and educational content delivery, as well as government information systems.

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Blog to Earn: An ‘Unlad Kabuhayan’ application

Mobile apps, a business application explosively growing in the internet world
Electrically inspired with my teammates in “Unlad Kabuhayan,” professional peers and my growing super active team in the cyber world, BLOG to EARN is born as one of the ways to learn and unleash the art and science of innovative skills to earn and become more self-sufficient towards progressive individual, family, community and economy...and  successful homegrown netrepreneur!

Monday, June 18, 2012

Ballet Philippines: Experience art appreciation and inspiration

Candice Adea with Eugene Obille:43rd Season - Dragon Songs,CCP
BE inspired and experience the beauty of ballet as an art and appreciate the graceful and expressive movements of Ballet Philippines’ (BP) artists with the schedule below.

Candice Adea: Victor, Helsinki International Ballet Competition

Candice Adea, Helsinki international ballet tilt winner.Photo by Sakari Viika
CANDICE ADEA, Ballet Philippines’ principal dancer, won First Prize, Senior Women’s Division at the recently concluded Helsinki International Ballet Competition, one of the most prestigious ballet competitions in the world was held in Finland. The competition drew 69 dancers from 28 countries, including USA, China, Japan, Finland, Canada, Italy and Cuba, among others.

Monday, June 11, 2012

Succeed in Freelancing and Entreprneurship

Success in Home-Based Entrepreneurship 

  Do you need extra income?

Are you a mother looking for ways to earn at the comfort of your home?  Or a father who would like to use his talents, hobbies and interests to make money at the same time?  Or an educator who would like to share his knowledge and expertise?  Or a mere student who would like to be independent to support his studies?  

Or a team of experts with the goal to gain for value and profit?  Or someone who wanted to set up a home business, a micro entrepreneur and who would like to be his own boss?  Or are you the one who would like to change his career path or would like to have some sort of career break?  Or simply someone who would like to have additional work and bonus income?

In this eon of high technology and social media proliferation, earning through freelancing is one of the ways to increase household or individual income.

Earning by freelancing can be your chance to achieve your vision, your dream and a decent way to gain extra income.  This can even become a source of your full time earnings.

Why not read on and let us tour the global experience of freelancing…

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Pinoy musicians inspired admirers of DWDM Pinas FM 95.5 @Fun-bansang Selebrasyon

DWDM Pinas FM 95.5 Fun-bansang Selebrasyon 2012

A long list of great singers and bands enthused the youth and those longing to be young dreamed also to see their stars and musical icons in Pinas FM 95.5 Fun-bansang Selebrasyon concert.  Dreams can come true in this kind of concert for a cause!

The mighty packed set of performers were: May 28 - Angelo Ortiz; Anthony Castelo; Nina; Dindong Avanzado with Doorbells Band; Jessa Zaragosa; MYMP; Christian Bautista; Renz Verano; True Faith; Marco Sison and The Bloomfields; May 29 – Anna Melissa; Down To Mars; Emmanuelle; Zia Quizon; Gracenote; IMAGO; Calla Lily; 6 Cycle Mind; Myrus; 1:43; Bugoy Drilon and Jovit Baldovino.

The opening entertainers were Marivic Trinidad; Alikabok; Calle; Sarah Caballero; Jenny Escalanda; Chadleen; Eurika; Ernie Magtuto; Marvel Go Jr. and KREMA.

‘Fun-bansang Selebrasyon’: A Valued Affair to Remember

Pinas FM 95.5 Fun-bansang Selebrasyon. Photo by HG Mackay (ACTIV-TIM) 
THE recent two-day extravaganza of PINAS FM 95.5 slated “Fun-bansang Selebrasyon” was a successful one! This was held on May 28 and 29 at the New Era University’s Open Field, Quezon City.

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Chadleen and Her Journey to Successful Musical Career

Chadleen, smiles and inspires the audience @Fun-bansang Selebrasyon

“When you wish upon a star
Makes no difference who you are
Anything your heart desires
Will come to you…”

LIKE the lyrics of the song of Lea Salonga’s album Small Voice, “When You Wish upon a Star,” Chadleen also wished, dreamed and prayed her heart desires during her early childhood years to become a notable singer. Her vision is to sing, smile and inspire people…

Chadleen Alberth Uy Lacdo-o was born in Cebu and has speaking impairment due to her cleft palate.  Her classmates made fun of her when she sings.  She felt the agony of her parents.  She even wanted to stop studying then.

Friday, June 1, 2012

“Cause Mo”: A Photo Exhibition and Fashion Show with a Vision

"Cause Mo," a photo and fashion show in one by MuSERUS
MuSERUS introduces a benefit photo exhibit and fashion show entitled “Cause Mo” on June 8, 2012, 6 p.m., to be held at The Henry Lee Irwin SJ Theater, Ateneo De Manila University, Katipunan Avenue, Quezon City. This lifestyle event is to help raise funds for the kids of ChildHaus.

Saturday, May 26, 2012

DWDM Pinas FM 95.5: Funbansang Selebrasyon

DWDM Pinas 5.5 Funbansang Selebrasyon
THE FM radio station DWDM Pinas FM 95.5 will celebrate its first year anniversary with a big bang on May 28 and 29 dubbed as “Fun-bansang Selebrasyon” at New Era University’s Open Field. The two-day event will be filled with fun, music, food, trade fair, raffle prizes and surprises, too!

INC Unity Games 2012 finals: Vitaliano prepares for Gold Medal in Tennis

Dennis O. Vitaliano Jr. and his tennis stance
DENNIS O. VITALIANO JR., a Kadiwa (youth, more than 18 years old), from Lagro, Metro Manila Central sets his mind for Gold Medal in lawn tennis today in the much-awaited final rounds of Iglesia Ni Cristo Unity Games at Rizal Memorial Sports Complex, Manila.

Saturday, May 19, 2012

Monday, May 14, 2012

Alvarado and his painting “Mother and Child”

FOR SALE: Alvarado's "Mag-Iloy" 
Iconic Negrense social realist painter Nunelucio “Nune” Alvarado (1950) is regarded as one of the most prominent contemporary artists in the Philippines. He has won numerous international critical acclaim for his powerful works that mostly portrayed the life and struggles of Negros Occidental’s working class.

Alvarado’s art is a panorama of Philippine life that ranges from the decorative aspects of Negros life such as the colorful fruits and vegetables found in the market; the simple family life that utilizes the bright prints and patterns under the Visayan sun; and on the darker side, the evils of environmental, social and cultural degradation of which he is known for as a social realist.

Recognized for his unique and distinct style of bright-eyed squat and squared figures that employ strong vivid colors and dark lines, Alvarado frequently applies powerful psycho-sexual symbols with a touch of the surreal as he depicts the plight of sugarcane workers, fishermen and traders found in his native Negros Occidental.

According to Janice Busil of News Today, “Alvarado's creations are a bit similar to that of the legendary artist Pablo Picasso. Black is prominent in his pieces, even in murals, and is oftentimes accompanied by a bright color.”

In 1992 he was among the Thirteen Artist awardees of the Cultural Center of the Philippines and twice a recipient of the Philippine Art Awards (Philip Morris Art Awards). In 2004 he was honored with the Patnubay ng Sining at Kalinangan sa Larangan ng Pintura Award by the CCP.

Alvarado has over 50 solo exhibitions and participated in numerous group exhibitions both here and abroad including the prestigious Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo, the Queensland Art Gallery and the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco, USA. His works are also part of the collection of the Singapore Art Museum. 

“Mag-Iloy,” the Mother and Child Painting of Alvarado

Alvarado portrays the pain of the working class but he also does not miss the strong family bond that exists amidst the struggles and sacrifices of daily life. Along these lines, the artist has worked on numerous Mother and Child canvasses such as “Mag-Iloy”, 2011, a 60cm X 45.5cm oil on canvas.

Here we find a son locked in the embrace of his winged mother, either alluding to the son’s desperate cling to the spirit of a dead mother or the mother is portrayed as angelic in her selfless love. The work is a warm picture of comfort and protection in typical Alvarado style.

Mothers portray a vital role in our society, honored worldwide not only during Mother’s day but in our daily lives. Alvarado’s “Mag-Iloy” is a mother’s journey with her child, a perfect gift to your mother, your wife, your grandmother, even to a newlywed couple or your own family.

To purchase this rare and limited canvas, please contact us.

Saturday, May 5, 2012

DOST installs new Doppler radar in Catanduanes

By Framelia V. Anonas
S&T Media Service
The Doppler radar in Bato, Catanduanes. (Photo by Henry A. de Leon, S&T)

THE Department of Science and Technology (DOST), through the sponsorship of the Japan International Cooperation Agency(JICA), installed yesterday a new Doppler radar in Bato, Catanduanes. Set in a very strategic location, the Doppler faces the Pacific Ocean and lies in the Bicol area where 90 percent of typhoons pass through this corridor every year. The Doppler radar functions as a sentry that monitors weather conditions that affect not only Bicolandia and the Visayas but most areas in the western side of the archipelago.

“The Doppler radar serves as a sentinel. It is always on guard to provide valuable info on incoming typhoon,” said DOST Secretary Mario Montejo. “Its installation in a highly strategic location like in Bato, Catanduanes is very vital to the government’s disaster preparedness and mitigation program.”

The new Doppler radar is equipped with advanced features such as more extensive weather monitoring, rainfall measurement, and destructive winds tracking. The radar comes with state-of-the-art solid state transmitter that can transmit and analyze information in real time.

Through the Doppler radar, DOST’s Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration’s (PAG-ASA) will be able to detect and track rain-clouds and potential thunderstorms more accurately.

President Benigno Aquino III who inaugurated the project expressed the importance of the Doppler project which he personally pushed, and was attentive to Sec. Montejo’s presentation on the long-term plans on radar systems that are capable of rainfall forecast.

“The DOST is steadfast in its commitment to improve weather forecasting and timeliness of detecting weather conditions,” said Sec. Montejo. “It is our aim to minimize human casualty during weather disturbances.”

Two more Doppler radars will be established to complement the system—one in Aparri, Cagayan province and another in Guiuan, Samar province to be installed in December this year and in September 2013, respectively.

The Doppler radar which costs about P580 million was funded by grant aid from the JICA. The total project cost totals to P1.7 billion.

Monday, April 23, 2012

INC Giving in the community of Pilot, QC

INC Giving  held in MRB Covered Court, Pilot, Commonwealth, QC
IN the spirit of community building and humanity, Iglesia Ni Cristo Giving was recently rendered in the community of Pilot, Quezon City.  This was a whole Sunday of giving back and reaching out to the community.  Given with love and team effort among the members of the Iglesia Ni Cristo, BUKLOD MMC, Barangay Commonwealth, doctors, dentists, volunteers, SCAN International, Sanctuary Choir and Project 2 & 3 Chorale, Velasco Brothers, ANLENE, ACTIV, iLight and other support service providers.

Registration in the INC Giving for Multiple Services
The charity services given were: 
  •   Community Cleaning and Beautification Drive
  •   720 patients served in medical services with free medicines
  •   215 patients provided dental services
  •   625 kids nourished
  •   800 children enriched with fun and shows
  •   62 kids & adults got free haircut
  •   692 completed free bone scanning
  •   120 attended in the livelihood training
  •   64 sought legal advice
  •   180 job seekers assisted in Job Fair
  •   700 guests attended the gift of music and praises in the Musical Evangelical Mission
This is indeed a social responsibility act of the Iglesia Ni Cristo members to its community partners through act of kindness and sharing of expertise, gifts, talents and blessings that may support a better bonding in the neighborhood.  
Doctors serving the patients during the INC Giving
Free Haircut in INC Giving

Music and praises with Sanctuuary Choir
New graduates sought for new work in Job/ Career Fair with KADIWA
Sharing gifts of music with Project 2 & 3 Chorale conducted by Bro. Michael Ben Tiamson
The updates can be seen in the Official Fanpage of INC Giving Philippines and at the Official website.
Free Bone Scanning in cooperation with ANLENE
Free entertainment with Velasco Brothers
Even a kid can do Beads Jewelry Making in this Free Livelihood Training

Sis. Patricia Pena posed with Bro. Genesis Lapira, the BUKLOD MMC president while making  Puto Pao

DonburiMix Express opens at Jackman Plaza, Quezon City

FOOD franchising business is going strong in the Philippines. Innovation and marketing works well too with the new concept of Triomix Food...