Thursday, December 14, 2017

Great Coffee comes in Great Taste Muscovado Brown Coffee Mix

Great Taste Muscovado Brown Coffee Mix

I'm such an avid coffee drinker so each time there's a new variant from my favorite coffee brand, I really get excited to try them. I love to drink my cup of coffee first thing in the morning because it perks me up and allows me to stay awake and energized as I do all my tasks for the day. Great Taste Coffee gives coffee aficionados like me a reason to be happy about as they introduce a new coffee variant called Great Taste Muscovado. It's a richer and creamier coffee experience which I believe any coffee drinker would be able to enjoy. 

Rich and creamy coffee experience is achieved in Great Taste Muscovado Coffee



So what is it about the new Great Taste Muscovado Coffee that makes it more exciting? Lemme' count the reason why. (Just from my personal opinion)



Panasonic Corporation Donates 2,550 Solar Lanterns





Despite of the advancement in both Science and Technology, it comes as a surprise to learn that 1.2 billion people worldwide still do not have access to electricity. As part of its global initiative, Panasonic Corporation (PC) made a commitment to do its part to alleviate health and economic difficulties through their 100,000 solar lanterns project. 

Panasonic Corporation recently donated 2,550 solar lanterns to 10 humanitarian and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in the Philippines. The latest donation drive has brought this initiative to its 5th year with a total of 12,264 pieces of solar lanterns. 

Mr. Hayashi and Mr. Okuda of Panasonic 

A hand-over ceremony attended by more than 50 guests was held at Panasonic Manufacturing Philippines Corporation (PMPC) in Taytay, Rizal graced by DSWD-Disaster Response Assistance and Management Bureau Director Felino Castro V (10th from left); PMPC President Shinichi Hayashi (holding a solar lantern board); and PC-CSR & Citizenship Group, Program Management Section Leader Haruhisa Okuda (8th from right).  Other members of PMPC management include Executive Director Masaru Toyota (4th from left); Executive Director Yoshiyuki Takahashi (7th from left); Assistant Director Marlon Molano (2nd from right); Assistant Director Robert Pacheco (1st from left); and Air Conditioner Business Division Head Harry Sarmiento (2nd from left) with the officers and representatives of the 10 recipient-humanitarian and non-government organizations: Center for Excellence in Special Education (Stepping Stone) Foundation; Conrado and Ladislawa Alcantara Foundation; Davao Medical School Foundation - Institute of Primary Health Care; Interfaith Partnership for the Promotion of Responsible Parenthood; Jesus V. Del Rosario Foundation; Josefa Segovia Foundation; Konkokyo Peace Activity Center Information Office; Philippine Business for Social Progress; Pilipinas Shell Foundation; and Pambansang Kilusan ng mga Samahang Magsasaka (National Confederation of Small Farmers' and Fishers' Organization).



2017 marks the final year of the said Project. To date, over 92,000 lanterns have been donated through 131 humanitarian organizations in 30 countries since its debut in 2012. It also coincides the first half-century in business operation of Panasonic Manufacturing Philippines Corporation (PMPC) while next year will be the centennial or 100 year anniversary of Panasonic Corporation (Japan). 






The donation ceremony was held at Panasonic Manufacturing Philippines Corporation (PMPC)in Taytay, Rizal graced by DSWD-Disaster Response Assistance and Management Bureau Director Felino Castro V; PMPC President Shinichi Hayashi; and PC-CSR & Citizenship Group, Program Management Section Leader Haruhisa Okuda.  Other members of PMPC management include Executive Director Masaru Toyota; Executive Director Yoshiyuki Takahashi; Assistant Director Marlon Molano; Assistant Director Robert Pacheco; Refrigerator Business Division Head Angelo Tamayo; and Air Conditioner Business Division Head Harry Sarmiento.

"Today’s donation marks the 5th of such efforts in the Philippines under the “Panasonic 100 Thousand Solar Lanterns Project,” which is one of the clear manifestations of Panasonic commitment to serve society and help improve the lives of people along with the aspiration of having a world where “no one will be left behind” and in pursuing ‘A Better Life, A Better World’.  Since the time the Project was introduced in the Philippines, we continue to receive positive feedbacks and testimonies that serve as inspiration for us to strive for more, exerting our best effort to carry out our responsibilities as corporate citizens,” said Mr. Hayashi, PMPC President. 


Sunday, December 3, 2017

Cine Latino Free Film Screenings at the Shangri-La Plaza Mall





Just as we all thought that the Free Film Screenings Festivals were all done as the year is about to end, comes the very first Cine Latino Film Festival! Yes, it is the very first Latin American Film Festival which will be held from December 6 until 10, 2017 at the Shangri-La Plaza Cineplex in Mandaluyong City. 

Here are some of the films you guys shouldn't miss! Check these out:



Movie Title: El Hijo de la Novia (Son of the Bride)

Year: 2001
Duration: 124 min
Director: Juan José Campanella
Genre: Drama, Comedy
Synopsis:
At age 42, Rafael Belvedere is having a crisis. He's overwhelmed by his responsibilities. He has achieved success, but continues to live in his father’s shadow. Just when Rafael feels most alone, a series of unexpected events lead him to reevaluate his life. A minor heart attack forces him to slow down and a reunion with Juan Carlos, a childhood friend, helps Rafael to reconstruct his past and look at the present in new ways.



Movie Title: Esperando la Carroza (Waiting for the Hearse)
Year: 1985
Duration: 87min.
Director: Alejandro Doria
Cast: 
Antonio Gasalla, China Zorrilla, Luis Brandoni, Julio De Grazia, Betiana Blum,Juan Manuel Tenuta, Mónica Villa, Cecilia Rossetto, Enrique Pinti, Andrea Tenuta,Darío Grandinetti, Lidia Catalano, Juan Acosta, Miguel Ángel Porro, Clotilde Borella
Genre: Dark Comedy
Synopsis:
It tells a story about Mamá Cora, a woman in her eighties, her son's wife wants her out of the house as she is driving her mad. Mamá Cora tries to help unfortunately everything she does, she does it wrong. The family goes through lots of troubles trying to solve what to do with Mamá Cora. While all this happens, a confusion makes the family believe she dies.


BRAZIL



Movie Title: Cidade de Deus (City of God )
Year: 2002
Duration: 129 min
Director: Fernando Meirelles
Cast: 
Alexandre Rodrigues, Leandro Firmino, Phellipe Haagensen, Douglas Silva,Seu Jorge, Jonathan Haagensen, Matheus Nachtergaele, Jefechander Suplino,Alice Braga, Emerson Gomes, Luis Otávio, Babu Santana, Gero Camilo
Genre:Drama, True story
Synopsis:
Cidade de Deus (City of God) is a housing project built in the 1960's. During the early 80's became one of the most dangerous places in Rio de Janeiro. The tale tells the stories of many characters whose lives sometimes intersect. However, all is seen through the eyes of Busca-Pé, a poor black youth too frail and scared to become an outlaw but also to smart to be content with underpaid, menial jobs. He grows up in a very violent environment but Busca-Pé soon discovers that he can see reality differently than others. His redemption is that he's been given an artist's point of view as a keen-eyed photographer.

Movie Title: 2 Filhos de Francisco (2 Sons of Francisco)


Year: 2005
Duration: 115min
Director:
Breno Silveira
Cast: 
Angelo Antônio, Dira Paes, Márcio Kieling, Thiago Mendonça, Paloma Duarte
Genre:Drama
Synopsis:
It tells the rags-to-riches story of two poor rural boys who grew up to become one of Brazil’s biggest sertanejo (the national "country" music) singers, Zeze di Camargo & Luciano.

CHILE



Movie Title:  Subterra
Year: 2003
Duration: 108min
Director: Marcelo Ferrari
Synopsis:
A story of a workers' uprising that took place in what was, at the time, the largest coal mine in the world. The quest to improve conditions both spiritual and material begins in the heart of one courageous man. But while the bosses plan the expansion of their vast empire, the workers experience an awakening, and begin to demand change.

COLOMBIA


Thursday, November 30, 2017

Nippon Paint Philippines Names Asia Designer Award 2017 Winners




Young architecture and interior design students were recently challenged during this year's  Asia Young Designer Award (AYDA), a prestigious design competition pioneered by world-renowned paint manufacturer, Nippon Paint (Coatings). A decade of holding this competition as part of the company's CSR (corporate social responsibility), it is Nippon Paint's vision to further encourage the future generation of design professionals to develop their God-given talents as well as express their creativity and passion for design. 

Nippon Paint executives and industry practitioners recently announced the Gold winners during its awarding ceremony held on November 24 at The Elements in Eton Centris, Quezon City. 

This year's theme was dubbed as: "You for Tomorrow: Future Living as Envisioned Today." For 2017, Nippon Paint has received over a thousand entries from hopeful participants who are students in different colleges and universities nationwide. The said theme tested each participants' technical ability and skills of young architects and interior design professionals to create concept that fulfill the need of the future dwellers. 





The Nippon Paint Young Designer award or AYDA began back in 2008 in Malaysia. It has  now expanded to 15 countries namely: Philippines, Singapore, Bangladesh, Thailand, Pakistan, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Vietnam, China, Japan, and Hong Kong, Sri Lanka, India and Taiwan. For AYDA Philippines, the said prestigious contest started three years ago and has been growing its popularity and participation nationwide.

For 2017, the panel of judges were composed of renowned and distinguished Filipino architects and designers from the industry.  It also had  renowned Malaysian Architect Boon Che Wee, Director of GRA Architects Sdn Bhd and President of Pertubuhan Akitek Malaysia (PAM), and award-winning Singaporean Interior Designer David I. Tay, Principal of ETHOSpace Pte Ltd. and recognized as one of the leading designers in Asia, as its first  ever regional judges in the history of AYDA.


All entries were screened and judged accordingly until they had chosen the 10 finalists  in the two categories: architecture and interior design. Gold and Silver winners, as well as Special Awardees in Best Design Innovation and Best Color Concept were also selected. Judging was presided by Architect Consuelo “Peach” Buencamino (Head Judge) and Architect Nina Bailon-Arce (Co-Head Judge), Architect Maria Benita Regala, Architect William Ti,Jr, Architect Boon Che Wee, Architect Veronica Villanueva, Architect Jose Ramon Carunungan, and Architect Chona Ponce; and, Interior Designer Wilfrid Magcase (Head Judge) and Interior Designer Michael Pizarro (Co-Head Judge), Interior Designer Belen Morey, Interior Designer Cynthia Almario, Interior Designer Ivy Almario, Interior Designer Cara Marie Marcrelo, and Interior Designer Rachelle Medina and Ms Mel Reyes  for the Architecture and Interior Design categories, respectively.

Sunday, November 26, 2017

HERBALIFE NUTRITION-SPONSORED ATHLETE CRISTIANO RONALDO NAMED BEST FIFA MEN’S PLAYER FOR SECOND CONSECUTIVE YEAR

ATHLETE CRISTIANO RONALDO NAMED BEST FIFA MEN’S PLAYER FOR SECOND CONSECUTIVE YEAR


Press Release: 

International football super star Cristiano Ronaldo, a Herbalife Nutrition-sponsored athlete since 2013, was recently named “The Best FIFA Men’s Player” for the second consecutive year.
The award was determined through a combined voting process that included the votes of team captains and managers from national teams all around the globe, an online public ballot of football fans, and votes by a select group of global media representatives.

“Cristiano proves once again that his dedication on the field and commitment to nutrition has elevated him to the top of his game, earning him one of FIFA’s top honors, The Best Men’s Player Award,” said Rich Goudis, CEO of Herbalife Nutrition.

Ronaldo, named the most famous athlete in the world by ESPN, adds to other major awards and accomplishments in 2017.  He won the 2016/17 UEFA Men’s Player of the year for the second consecutive year, after once again leading Real Madrid to the UEFA Champions League title and finishing as the top goal scorer, as well as helping his team win the Spanish La Liga cup.  In 2017, he also became the first player to score 100 goals in UEFA Champions League and European competitions.  He currently holds four Ballon d’ Or titles, the annual football award presented by France Football, and is in the running this year for his fifth.

Herbalife Nutrition-sponsored athletes use Herbalife® products before, during and after training and games. As part of its ongoing commitment to improving sports nutrition and performance, Herbalife Nutrition launched Herbalife24® CR7 Drive in collaboration with Cristiano Ronaldo, a sports drink designed specifically to meet the nutritional needs of the global soccer legend and benefit athletes of all levels.

Herbalife Nutrition supports more than 190 athletes worldwide. To learn more about Herbalife Nutrition sponsored athletes, visit http://iamherbalife.com/blog/athletes. To receive the latest company updates from Herbalife Nutrition, follow @HerbalifeNews.
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