Education is the most important inheritance a parent can give to their children, with proper guidance and right up bringing, a child can never go wrong with his or her decisions.

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This holds true in the case of these two students. At a very young age they persuaded their parents to buy them a condominium unit at Paseo Verde in Las Piñas City.

A mid rise condominium located South of Metro Manila interest the two students, Doreen Joy Rosell and Maria Jessica Bello both students from FEU, because of its unique features that Paseo Verde offers to its unit owners. The bike facilities and electronic bike charging is just one feature that the condominium offers, it also has park and play ground of its own located in its premises. Plus the certified accreditation by the Building for Ecologically Responsive Design Excellence (BERDE) and a member of the Philippine Green Building Council for its steps toward promoting a sustainable community.

Presently, the awareness in promoting and living in an eco friendly place is the current fad among young people today. They want to give their contribution in protecting the environment and helping it in their own way.

One of the student said that “It is nice to live in a place where you can see trees and green grasses outside your window and gives you the feeling that you’re away from the city.”

The other lass said “South is the place that are being heavily developed, soon it will or might become the new business hub, since most of the place in Metro Manila is already full. The opportunity could be right here. And this is not a loss it could also be a gain for me, because I see this as my first investment.”

In the end, they are positively sure that after they graduated and find the right job, they know that it’s their turn to pay the rest of the monthly payment.



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SM Supermalls gives away 10 fully-furnished SMDC condominium units to lucky shoppers

SM launches its latest and grandest offering with the Shop & Win Condo Promotion where for a minimum of P1,000 purchase along with an E-Plus, SM Advantage, Prestige or BDO Rewards card entitles shoppers to a raffle entry for a chance to win 1 of 10 condo units. Shown in photo are SM top executives during the press launch last June 24, 2014 at the SMDC Grand Showroom, MOA Complex, Pasay City. (L-R) Baldwin Golangco, President, SM Advantage Card; Jomari Banzon, Executive Vice President of

SM Development Corp.; Hans T. Sy, President, SM Prime Holdings, Inc.; Steven Tan, Senior Vice President, SM Supermalls; and Edgar Tejerero, President, SM Lifestyle Entertainment Inc.


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Aiza Seguerra signs with Universal Records

Multi-platinum recording artist Aiza Seguerra signed a recording contract with her new record label Universal Records yesterday, July 11.

The signing was attended by (L-R) Annabelle Regalado-Borja, manager of Aiza, Universal Records General Manager Kathleen Dy-Go, Aiza, Universal Records Operations Manager Peter Chan, and Universal Records Head of Music Production Ito Rapadas.

Aiza is set to release a new album before the end of the year.





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Posted: 07/12/2014 in SM


Think your denim utters nary a word about you? We beg to differ.

Take bell bottom jeans, for example. These pants, with their iconic bell-shaped hems, were introduced innocently enough—sailors in the U.S. Navy first wore them in the 19th century. By the late 1960s, however, these exaggerated flares had been adapted by fashion-forward teenagers, not only as adolescent garb, but also to show a generation’s counterculture sensibilities. Even today bell bottoms speak so symbolically that they’ve become a key emblem of the 1970s, as much as a tie-dye headband.

Sporting bell bottoms in modern times isn’t out of date, but simply retro-chic, depending on your overall sense of style. Luckily, you’ve got plenty of other denim options—from skinny jeans to colored jeans—that speak volumes, too.

So what are the new fashion rules for wearing denim? Just one: DENIM RULES!

Jeans, in all their body-contouring comfort, can be worn everywhere—from the office to after-work parties. Whether you want to live in denim at work or play, the key is adapting jean-altering trends to suit your own style.

What do your jeans say about you? From revealing classical leanings to trend-spotting clues, we’ll tell you how your jeans are spilling the beans. But first, we’ll look at the different types of jeans out there.


Strutting your stuff in skinny jeans means one thing: You enjoy showing off your body. Skinny jeans say, “I want to attract attention,” and they do. Caution: Skinny jeans are for slender and fit bodies only. Wear a long top either tucked in or worn on the outside to avoid a “whale’s tail” fashion disaster (a.k.a your underwear showing)


Boot-cut jeans are just a step above “mom jeans”. In other words, they make for a flattering look, but they’re not exactly trendsetting. Boot-cuts say you’re not willing to push the envelope, but you’re also not willing to be completely left behind. How to make them cool? Wear them with a more modern shoe and funky accessories to liven up the look.


As in, jean-leggings. These super-slim pants are often manifestations of personality traits like being ultra-trendy and having a youthful flair. But, keep in mind that they are best worn by slim guys and gals. Jeggings are very useful since they have a “tights” effect. They are great with voluminous, long and multi-layered tops.


The bell-bottom wearing woman is one who appreciates the “vintage” look. But they work mostly for people who have some height to their frames. Word to the wise: Bell-bottoms paired with a fitted top will draw attention to the waistline.


Why live on just blue alone? A colored jean suggests whimsy and fun with a bit of “I’m not afraid to experiment” mixed in. Just avoid going monochrome—yellow over yellow, for instance, is a fashion disaster waiting to happen. How to wear it: Since the colored denim will take center stage, pair it on top with neutrals and clean lines.

Finding that elusive, yet perfect jean for your body type and personality can take a lot of time. Luckily, SM Supermalls will be holding a month-long jeans festival this July. Celebrating fashion that never goes out of style, SM will showcase a wide variety of events for denim lovers everywhere.

Check out THE DENIM BAR and get stylish ideas to rock your denims. The goal is to create the perfect outfit for you from their wide selection of jeans as well as tops, shoes and accessories.

See the latest styles and the hottest models at THE DENIM RUNWAY, a fashion show dedicated to all this denim.

Find denim on sale in every style at THE DENIM HUB, a bustling bazaar featuring all your favorite jean brands.

And finally, with THE DENIM LOOK BOOK, follow the country’s most popular fashion bloggers on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to see how they style their denims.

Get the style inspirations and trend updates. Join the hippest fashion events. Be part of THE DENIM MOVEMENT this July at SM Supermalls.

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“Initiating a future-oriented, mixed-use metropolis, NUVALI nurtures the promise of a distinguished legacy”

Steeped in rich history, NUVALI was once part of the Friar Lands in the 1800s, subsequently acquired by an enterprising group of Americans who developed the property as a sugar plantation at the turn of the century. Lawyer and statesman Jose Yulo acquired the property in 1948, ushering the sugar estate into agro-industrial peace and prosperity. In the mid-70s, the Yulo’s introduced a major planning initiative re-allocating the uses of the land. Industrial, residential and recreational developments were established, beginning a new chapter in responsible stewardship of the property.

Today, guided by a new vision, NUVALI unlocks the potential for both future and existing communities. Situated in the burgeoning Southern Luzon corridor, NUVALI’s vast topography is surrounded by local flourishing communities, shops, schools, sports, centers, parks and hospitals. These and the rich cultural heritage of the region makes NUVALI a part of an exciting thriving district. Initiating a future-oriented, mixed-use metropolis, NUVALI nurtures the promise of a distinguishing legacy, assuring that the land’s history of productivity and success continues for generations to come.

With over 50 years of experience in real estate, Ayala Land, Inc. Has earned a reputation as the country’s leading real estate developer. The company aspires to build top-class products and services, move with scale, and maintain strict financial discipline throughout the company, recognizing that the satisfaction of its customers, patrons, shareholders, and other stakeholders remains the ultimate measure of its success.

NUVALI is a collaboration between Ayala Land, Inc. And the Yulo Family , a merging of efforts to transform the Yulo’s 1,860 hectare property in Canlubang, Laguna into a wholly sustainable community development. The land is divided into three parcels – Ceci, Aurora, and Vesta – and is within one of the most rapidly urbanizing regions in the country. Ayala Land and the Yulo’s recognize the rich potential of this land and advocated its use of establishing a strong future.

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5th Annual Shared Service…

Posted: 07/08/2014 in Concert

With Manila currently ranked in second place among leading global BPO locations (just behind Mumbai), and 7 Filipino cities listed in Tholons’s leading “Global 100 BPO Locations (2013)” report, the country is in a strong position to benefit from the surge in activity resulting from strong regional growth.

It is clear that the stakes have never been higher for SSO & BPO leaders to develop new leaders, maintain cost arbitrage and ensure robust governance and control. Attend the 5th Annual Shared Services & BPO in the Philippines and over 2 days, hear from 18 distinguished speakers to help you overcome your key challenges and stay strong on the path to SSO & BPO excellence.


Here is a snapshot of some of our distinguished speakers:

Gigi Mantaring, General Manager, Manulife Business Processing Services

Paolo la’O, Head of Communications, Enterprise Global Services Wells Fargo

Peter Buenaseda, Senior Site Officer & Head of Human Resources, Thomson Reuters

Stefan Eschler, Managing Director Bayer Business Services, Finance & Accounting Shared Services

Pratap G, Senior HR Director, Maersk GSC

Catherine Day, Regional Director of Corporate Services, GTPC & AP RCSH British Embassy Manila
…and many more.

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BLESSED LIFE – IEMELIF NEW FRONTIER MISSION 2014 Introduction The story of the spread of IEMELIF congregations in various places is replete with interesting experiences of the men and women who gave themselves – their time and resources – to the service of the Church that the Kingdom of God might be preached in the Philippines.

MANILA AREA – The IEMELIF congregations in Manila were established almost instantaneously. They represented a large part of the Methodist members who joined their secessionist pastors in the new Church. (Methodist Episcopal Church, Board of Foreign Missions, Annual Report, 1909, p.349.) TONDO, MANILA – The very first IEMELIF congregation was established in Tondo. It consisted of about 600 seceders from the ST. PAUL’S METHODIST CHURCH.

They were led by the KAPISANANG KATOTOHANAN members, who spared no effort and resources in organizing the congreagation, with Pastor NICOLAS ZAMORA as their pastor. In the beginning they met as a “HOUSE CHURCH” in the home of the spouses ARSENIO BARTOLOME and NICOLASA FELICIANO at No.17 Moriones Street, Tondo.

Later services were held in various “MOVIE HOUSES” in Tondo (TEATRO RIZAL on Ylaya Street, CINE KATUBUSAN on Moriones Street, and CINE GLORIA on Sande Street) Until 1929 (20 years after) when the TEMPLO SENTRAL (Cathedral) was built on Sande Street (now Nicolas Zamora Street) The Tondo congreagation never had a permanent meeting place of its own since their priority was to use their modest financial resources on evangelization and the propagation of the IEMELIF CHURCH.

Nevertheless, a large portion of the construction fund for the CENTRAL TEMPLE, built later, came from the generous contributions of the members of the Tondo congregation.

Besides, the congregation of Tondo had always been and continues to be under the direct pastorate of the General Superintendent. (Ruben F. Trinidad, A Monument to Religious Nationalism, pp. 144-45) Change is hard, but to not change will make the future even harder. It’s time to step up to the challenge to be witnesses. It’s time, as the old hymn says, to “be done with lesser things.” It’s time for the church to rise up.

THE CATHEDRAL OF THE NEW MILLENIUM DOUGLAS BRIGGS, the director of the Los Angeles Film Studies Center, has some very interesting opinions about the place and importance of movies in our culture.


It was the place where people gathered and shared their beliefs and emotions with each other. It was a place that united individual families and communities, and the nation shared views and values. But in the last two decades, the Cineplex has usurped the role of the church.


More seats and Bigger Place to worship… 

Now people gathered and socialized there. More significantly, the values that are adopted by our culture are those proclaimed on the screen. While society used to find its principle in the Bible, now it looks to the entertainment industry for truth.

Whether it is via films, television, cable, Internet, magazines, or music, the entertainment industry provides the content that Americans absorb as their source of guidance. MESSIAH of the Marketplace I simply argue that the cross be raised again at the center of the MARKETPLACE as well as on the steeple of the church…. That Jesus was not crucified in a cathedral between two candles, but on A CROSS BETWEEN TWO THIEVES; on THE TOWN’s GARBAGE HEAP; at a CROSSROAD SO COSMOPOLITAN that they had to write his title in Hebrew and Latin and in Greek; at the kind of place where CYNICS talk smut, and THIEVES curse, and SOLDIERS gamble.

Because that is where he died. And that is what he died about … that is where churchmen SHOULD BE and what churchmen SHOULD BE ABOUT. — George McLeod APOSTOLIC DIRECTION TEACHES: Even though I am free of the demands and expectations of everyone, I have VOLUNTARILY BECOME A SERVANT TO ANY AND ALL in order to reach a wide range of people: religious, nonreligious, meticulous moralists, loose-living immoralists, the defeated, the demoralized- whoever.

I didn’t take on their way of life. I kept my bearings in Christ- but I ENTERED THEIR WORLD and tried to EXPERIENCE THINGS FROM THEIR POINT OF VIEW. I’ve BECOME JUST ABOUT EVERY SORT OF SERVANT THERE IS in my attempts to lead those I meet into a GOD-SAVED LIFE. I did this because of the Message, I didn’t just want to talk about it; I wanted to be in on it! 1 Corinthians 9:19-23 (Message Version)



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José Rizal

Posted: 06/19/2014 in Advocacy, City of Manila


  • José Rizal

  • Novelist

  • José Protacio Rizal Mercado y Alonso Realonda was a Filipino nationalist, novelist, poet, ophthalmologist, journalist, and revolutionary. He is widely considered as one of the greatest heroes of the Philippines. Wikipedia

  • Born: June 19, 1861, Calamba, Laguna

  • Died: December 30, 1896, Rizal Park, Manila

  • Full name: José Protacio Rizal Mercado y Alonso Realonda

  • Siblings: Paciano Rizal, Saturnina Hidalgo, María Mercado, more

  • Movies: El Filibusterismo, Sisa, Touch Me Not

  • Artwork: The Triumph of Science over Death, Singapore lighthouse, The Triumph of Death over Life, Dapitan church curtains, Oyang Dapitana, Bust of Father Jose Guerrico, Saturnina Rizal, Spanish coat of arms, A painting on a pair of mother-of-pearl, Along Suez Canal


    Today we are celebrating the 153rd Birthday of our National Hero gat, Jose Rizal. Thousands of students from different school attended the Jose Rizal’s birthday celebration at Rizal Park, Luneta, Manila City.

    High School students from Manila Science High School, Arellano High Schol, FEU, School Principals, Philippine Navy and people from MEDIA and PRESS are also present to this event. 


    Vice Mayor Isko Moreno led the Flag Ceremony to this event at Rizal Park, Manila City.








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  • Colt 45 Sanib Pwersa and Omnibus Product Shot

    Colt 45 Celebrates the Bonds of Brotherhood

    With an Epic Fist Bump

    June 11, Manila, Philippines – Modern Filipinos have replaced the traditional high-five with the fist bump when they greet their close friends. Colt 45 embraces this new trend and Filipinizes it by calling it “Sanib Pwersa” as it re-introduces itself to the country in its latest “brewed for brotherhood” campaign.

    To Colt 45, Sanib Pwersa means more to Filipinos than just a simple hand gesture among friends. It represents sincerity and loyalty among the people who deserve to be called their “bros” or “brads”, a privilege that is earned and proved over time, and not given automatically. It also represents the kind of relationship the brand wishes to foster with its drinkers.

    “The new Colt 45 was brewed with brotherhood in mind from concept to conception,” says Greg Anonas, Asia Brewery Inc. (ABI) Marketing Manager for Alcoholic Beverages. “Embracing the idea of celebrating brotherhood allowed us to revolutionize the brand’s flavor to optimize sharing, place the fist-bump on our labels to symbolize brotherhood and work with great brand ambassadors to help make the spirit of Sanib Pwersa come to life!”

    At the heart of the Colt 45 reintroduction is the product’s reformulation into the perfect beer for sharing. “We’ve improved the overall beer experience by using more aromatic hops, reducing bitterness, and bringing out its roasted malt flavor using our signature triple-hopping process. The result is a more flavorful beer that has more character and is closer to the ideal,” shares Asia Brewery Inc. (ABI) Brewmaster Dr. Alberto Rivera.

    Abra and Raymund Marasigan for Colt 45

    Inspired by Colt 45’s new look and ideology, Filipino hip hop sensation Abra and Filipino rock icon Raymund Marasigan, Colt 45’s latest brand ambassadors joined forces to write a song about “Sanib Pwersa” in record time, celebrating the depth of friendship and brotherhood the new Colt 45 encourages.

    “It is always a delight to sing songs that celebrate the Filipino, and in the case of Sanib Pwersa, we celebrate the brotherhood that is uniquely ours,” shares Raymund. “Sanib Pwersa is about the story of Filipino brotherhood. How each and everyone contributes something to the table and how great things happen when you and your bros come together.”

    “Well, I guess people have heard me do a lot of collaborations with other artists but it is the first time for me to do a collaboration that mixes rap and rock, and with none other than the Raymund Marasigan,” adds Abra.

    The all-new Colt 45 is now available in 7-11, Padi’s Point, major supermarkets, and sari-sari stories across the country for a suggested retail price of Php 21 per bottle.

    Join the Colt 45 Philippines brotherhood today through our Facebook community page, Colt 45 Philippines, and follow us on Twitter at @Colt45PH. Make sure to use the hashtag #sanibpwersa. Subscribe also to our Youtube channel Colt 45 Philippines.

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    I don’t drink beer, but with colt 45 you cant resist to have one. There is a new look of Colt 45, from it’s taste, color, bottle, mixture, alcohol content and a logo. The Logo shows brotherhood or pakikisama sa isat-isa and this is the filipino way of friendship and barkadahan.

    The all New Colt 45 Sanibpwersa is here and out in the market, for you to try the all new colt 45 #sanibpwersa.


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    After the highly successful “World Water Day Concert” and ”Earthday Jam 2014” ,EARTHDAY JAM FOUNDATION, Inc. is now again ready to embark on another unique and exciting project dubbed CC TUNES (In Tune With Climate Change).


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    CC TUNES will be held on June 17 at the Activity Center of Market, Market in Bonifacio Global City,Taguig starting 5pm. This special music for advocacy event will feature eco-artist-producer Lou Bonnevie, pop-rock icon Kitchie Nadal with the young hot OPM bands Moonstar 88 , Silent Sanctuary , GraceNote and Mayonnaise. The activity will be hosted by actor-model Lorenzo Mara, Phoebe Walker and Pam Nieva of Eurasia and resident host Midi G. with guest celebrity Bb. Tourism Angeli Dionne Gomez and other surprise personalities.


    The project is being undertaken in support with the global “World Environment Day” celebration and the Philippine Environment Month long festivities. In recognition with the international theme which is “Raise Your Voice, Not The Sea Level” – the concert will also feature speakers who will have short talks on the impact of climate change around the world with emphasis on small nations and the lessons to learn from these countries to overcome a number of environmental problems with only limited resources.


    CC Tunes is a special project DENR in partnership with Market Market .Special thanks to the City of Taguig , Racks, Davids Salon, Manila Concerts and Philippine Concert Scene. For more info, pls log on to EarthdayJam Foundation Facebook ; email or call 8976991.




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