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Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Yamaha Reigns Supreme in IRGP


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The motorsports crew of Yamaha Motor Philippines takes pride in upholding the brand’s global standard of racing performance. By creating a Championship culture from every aspect, they have mastered the craft of outclassing their opponents in any track. This was the clear indication during their unrelenting run in the IRGP. Yamaha won 7 manufacturer awards in what was an almost shutout season. This was the most categories won by a single manufacturer since the beginning of the IRGP in 2007.

This continuous racing rampage is all thanks to unwavering dedication, mastery of skillset, and of course the commitment of providing the best machinery. Yamaha racing closes out the year by blowing out the competition and sets its eyes on conquering a new year. 

The categories are:

YSS Suspension Masters Trophy
150 Open UB

Champion -Masato Fernando
(Team Yamaha Spec V on Sniper 150)
2ndPlace -Nino Fabian (Sniper 150)
3rdPlace –Tracy Soyangco (Sniper 150)

UNIOIL Juniors Underbone Elite
150 Open UB

Champion – Mckinley Kyle Paz
(Team Phoenix Yamaha Koso Faito on Sniper 150)
2nd Place – Gian Carlo Mauricio (Sniper 150)
3rd Place – John Emerson Inguito
(4S1M Yamaha Racing Team on Sniper 150)

PHOENIX Cyclomax Racing 4T
Underbone GP115

Champion – Neil Jan Centeno
(Team Phoenix Yamaha Koso Faito on Crypton Z)


Shell Advance Automatic GP 180
Champion – Gian Carlo Mauricio (modified 180 cc Yamaha Mio Sporty)
2nd Place - Masato Fernando
(Team Yamaha Spec V on Modified 180cc Mio Sporty)
3rd – Mckinley Kyle Paz
(Team Phoenix Yamaha Koso Faito on Modified 180cc Mio Sporty)


NGK Spark Plugs Automatic Elite Trophy 160
Champion – Vrei-Ar Suba (Team Phoenix Yamaha Koso Faito
on Modified 160cc Mio Sporty)
2nd Place - Mckinley Kyle Paz
(Team Phoenix Yamaha Koso Faito on Modified 160cc Mio Sporty)
3rd Place – Gian Carlo Mauricio
(on Modified 160cc Mio Sporty)


Eni Motor Oil Automatic Trophy 160
Champion – Robert Ryan Espiritu
(Team Yamaha Spec V on Modified 160cc Mio Sporty)
2nd Place – John Paul Suba
(on Modified 160cc Mio Sporty)
3rd Place – Sean Barcial
(on Modified 160cc Mio Sporty)


Top 1 Action Matic Juniors Trophy 130 AT
Champion - Neil Jan Centeno
(Team Phoenix Yamaha Koso Faito on Modified 130cc Mio Sporty)
2nd Place – Sean Barcial
(on Modified 130cc Mio Sporty)
3rd Place – Jeson Benial
(on Modified 130cc Mio Sporty)

DOTr Handa Na Upang Ipatupad Ang PUV Modernization Program Sa Susunod Na Taon


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Handa na ang Department of Transportation (DOTr) na ipatupad ang Public Utility Modernization Program (PUVMP) sa susunod na taon upang masimulan na ang pagbibigay ng mas maayos, ligtas, at environment-friendly na pampublikong transportasyon ang mga commuters.

Tiniyak ni DOTr Undersecretary for Road Transport and Infrastructure Thomas Orbos na maipapatupad na agad ng DOTr ang PUVMP pagtungtong ng 2018, kung saan sisimula nang gawing makabago at moderno ang mga pamapasaherong jeepney.

Sinabi ni Usec. Orbos na sa loob ng tatlong taong transitory period ay makakaranas na ng magandang pababago ang libo-libong commuter ng jeepney. Ito ay sa pamamagitan ng paggamit ng Land Transportation Office (LTO) ng makabagong Motor Vehicle Inspection System (MVIS) sa pagtukoy kung ang mga pampublikong sasakyan sa bansa gaya ng jeepney ay road-worthy o hindi na nararapat ipasada.

Dismayado naman si DOTr Secretary Tugade sa pag-amin ng ilang transport leader sa sa hearing kahapon na “nagpapadulas” o nabibigay sila ng pera o lagay sa mga LTO inspector para lamang makapasa sa MVIS.

Inayunan naman ito ni transport group leader Zeny Maranan ng FEJODAP at nagsabing ito ay hindi dapat ginagawa ng driver at operator dahil lalong malalagay sa peligro ang kaligtasaan at buhay ng mga mananakay. 

“Alam ninyo kung bakit nagkakaproblema? Kasi yung iba sa atin naglalagay! Hindi dapat ginagawa ng mga operator at drivers yan dahil buhay ng mga pasahero ang nakasalalay dito,” ani Maranan.

Ayon naman kay Secretary Tugade, matagal nang nabinbin ang pagpatupad ng PUVMP at ang pobreng mga pasahero ang araw-araw na nagtitiis sa maruming usok na binubuga ng mga lumang jeepney sa tuwing ang mga ito ay pumapasada.

“Madumi na ang kapaligiran dahil sa tumataas na carbon footprint emission, eh bakit ayaw magpalit at mag modernize? Naiintindihan ko kung gusto nating mag-hanapbuhay, ngunit sana naman, ang ating hanapbuhay, huwag kumitil o bumawi ng buhay. Isipin ang nakararami, at huwag lang ang sarili,” dagdag ni Secretary Tugade.

Bukod sa mga opisyales ng DOTr, dumalo din sa pagdinig ng Committee on Public Services, na pinamumunuan ni Senator Grace Poe, si Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) chairman Martin Delgra III at iba pang mga transport groups gaya ng FEJODAP, ACTO, LTOP, PISTON at No to Jeepney Phase-out Coalition.

Netmarble’s Lineage2 Revolution to Pre-Announce Its First Castle Siege


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Netmarble Games Corp., the fastest-growing mobile game company worldwide, announced today that its mobile MMORPG Lineage2 Revolution will hold its first castle siege in the near future and run events ahead of the arrival of the most anticipated contents to the game.

The castle siege is a massive combat over a castle among four clans, including one defender clan and three attacker clans. The clan, who first carve the holy imprint, will become the lord of the castle, and be rewarded with substantial benefits, such as global buff, local buff, conquer shop, tax collection, and compensation for participation.

The castle siege is expected to reinforce players’ MMORPG experience through forming alliances and feuds among clans, while strategically installing geographical structures. Netmarble will help the players get accustomed to the castle siege by running pre-season for the first two weeks.

Lineage2 Revolution will also conduct various events having the players gear up for colossal clashes among the clans. From December 8th to 15th, its sign-in event will present popular items twice a day, such as three Grade SR Exclusive Equipment Selection Box, a Grade R Rare Exclusive Equipment Selection Box (Blue/Red), five Maphr’s Protection, and nine Unconfirmed Recipe.

Meanwhile, Netmarble will allow the players to create or upgrade their Grade UR equipment by giving 30% discount or a free draw on 10 Material Boxes for UR Crafting (+1 Bonus) in every 24 hours. The company will also reduce soul crystal removal cost by 50%.

Besides, the players will be rewarded items, such as Unconfirmed Rare Weapon Recipe or Unconfirmed Rare Armor Recipe, as many times they combine or salvage equipment between December 8th and 21st. 

A mobile MMORPG boasting outstanding technical achievement and massive popularity worldwide, Lineage2 Revolution was named Best Games of 2017 by Google Play in five Asian countries, including Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Thailand, last week.

For more information on Lineage2 Revolution, visit the game’s official website(http://lineage2-revolution.com/en) and Facebook page(https://www.facebook.com/OfficialL2Revolution/).

E-Powering Students of Tagaytay


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E-POWER TAGAYTAY SCHOOL: Over 150 Grade 10 students and teachers of Tagaytay City High School attended last December 6 the final leg of this year's series of DOE’s Career Talks on Breaking Gender Stereotypes in the Energy Workforce. Among those who joined them were staff of Consumer Welfare and Promotion Office headed by Chief Science Research Specialist, Helen B. Arias, Electric Power Industry Management Bureau and Energy Resource Development Bureau who informed them of the energy industry and the opportunities therein. The activity was part of the celebration of National Energy Consciousness Month.

In celebration of National Energy Consciousness Month, the Department of Energy (DOE), through the Consumer Welfare and Promotion Office (CWPO), conducted the last leg of 2017’s Career Talks in the Tagaytay City High School on 6 December 2017.

Principal, Dr. Florencio Costa, in his opening and closing remarks, extended his appreciation to DOE Secretary Alfonso G. Cusi for introducing the ENEReady Program to their Grade 10 students.

“This activity is a welcome opportunity for our children to learn more about careers in the energy sector,” said Dr. Florencio.

Resource persons from the CWPO, Electric Power industry Management Bureau, and from the Energy Resource Development Bureau shared their personal and work experiences, and showed the distinguished women leaders who managed the DOE and its attached agencies. The goal is to inspire students to take up courses in science, technology and engineering, because energy is seen to be among the top challenging sector of the 21st century.

Over 150 Grade 10 students and teachers actively participated as they were provided guidance on how to plan their careers and have meaningful jobs in the future.

The ENEReady is a continuing program of the DOE-GAD reaching a total of 2,115 students in ten (10) schools in the National Capital Region (NCR) and Region IV-A since its commencement in 2016.

It is aligned with the E-Power Mo campaign of the DOE and aims to promote gender equality in the energy sector.

“I hope the DOE will also be one of their lifetime partners in the same way as its regular visitors, such as DepEd, DOH, and PNP,” Dr. Florencio concluded.


ENERGIZED STUDENTS: Grade 10 Students of Tagaytay City National High School listened intently to Engr. Eduardo B. Fernandez' lecture on breaking gender stereotypes in the power sector. There were a total of 150 student and teacher participants in the Career Talks on Breaking Gender Stereotypes in the Energy Workforce conducted on December 6 by the DOE-Gender and Development through the Consumer Welfare and Promotion Office in observance of National Energy Consciousness Month.

YouTube Stars Dance to Raise One Million Dollars


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Judy and Benji Travis, YouTube celebrities who star on ItsJudysLife will host Dancember, their annual interactive fundraising event. It will be held live in Seattle and live-streamed globally on YouTube from December 15 to 16, 2017 from 3 PM PST to 3 PM PST. With a one million dollar fundraising goal, they will partner with the charity organization, Convoy of Hope to help feed impoverished children and bring awareness to global hunger.

The Travis’ are expected to be joined during the event by other YouTube stars, including: Bretman Rock (Bretman Rock), Desi Perkins (Desi Perkins), Lindy Tsang (BubzBeauty), Mikey Bustos (Mikey Bustos) and Mike Tompkins (pbpproductions).

“Last year, Dancember raised more than $500,000 to feed hungry children,” says Travis.” This year our goal is to raise one million dollars for Convoy of Hope’s feedONE Initiative, which feeds over 160,000 children in eleven countries.”

Dancember organizers have already raised over $125,000 in donations through the #Dancember Challenge and their Dancember Tour, which started in the Philippines and will continue in four west coast cities during December.

Travis notes that Dancember is a unique fundraiser that features audience participation, incentives for giving, and special guests. With the help of their team of social media influencers from around the world, cumulatively reaching over 60 million fans, they will spread the #Dancember Challenge message worldwide before and during the event.

“We’re honored to partner with Benji and Judy for Dancember,” says Kirk Noonan, vice president of Creative Communications for Convoy of Hope. “Communicating this need with their extensive YouTube and social media audiences will allow us to continue to improve the lives of children and families throughout the world.”

The Travis family had their Meet and Greet events on September 24 at SM Seaside Cebu and on October 1 at Samsung Hall, SM Aura Premier and were able to raise $60,000 through these events. They also visited Convoy of Hope Philippines during their stay in the country. The Philippines forms the majority of the followers for Judy and Benji Travis, making more than a third of their fan base, according to Deep Social, a social media analytics platform.

Wonders of Christmas at City of Dreams Manila


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City of Dreams Manila’s European-inspired Christmas décor makes for a central backdrop for a memorable staycation in any of its three luxury hotels, dining in any of the more than 20 restaurants, Christmas-themed activities at an interactive play space, year-ender parties and New Year’s Eve countdown events, celebrations in a function room or a KTV room, and luxury shopping for the holidays.



European-Themed Decor

The luxury integrated resort’s Christmas décor, conceptualized by Danish designer Creation Group and executed by Tema Design Philippines, features two towering nutcrackers at the main entrance, an enchanting 32-foot Christmas tree next to a life-sized Santa’s log-cabin and sleigh at the central aisle where Santa will be stationed for photo ops during weekends of December, handing out Snickers bars. Outdoors, beside the Nobu Hotel pool deck, astunning 22-foot teddy bear covered in 16,000 LED lights illuminates the garden at night, while at The Shops boulevard, a cluster of golden trees with a troupe of fairies in flight evoke enchantment and fantasy. The lobbies of Nobu, Crown and Hyatt also sport distinct holiday showpieces that invite photo ops.



Shrek the Halls at DreamPlay

For kids and the kids at heart, a Christmas-themed family celebration with DreamWorks characters is in store in DreamPlay with the “Shrek the Halls” holiday adventure activity at P1,588 net per person, from December 2 to January 2. The Christmas experience with Shrek includes an all-day pass, a Gingy apron, a refreshing Baked Christmas Apple & Gingerbread smoothie, a meet-and-greet with Shrek and Princess Fiona, and a viewing of the Shrek the Halls Holiday Special Short film at the Dream Theatre.



Staycation Packages at Nobu Hotel

As a respite from the holiday rush, there’s the “Celebrations” staycation package at Nobu Hotel Manila in a well-appointed deluxe room, replete with breakfast and a spa treatment for two, and dining credit to experience a selection of City of Dreams Manila’s restaurants. The package starts at P14,700 and P21,700 net for one and two-night accommodations, respectively. For families, the “Stay and Play” package is the ideal choice with an overnight accommodation in a deluxe room with breakfast for two adults and two children below 13 years old and DreamPlay passes for four, is offered at P10,300 net. Room packages are available until December 30, 2017. Complimentary yoga and Zumba classes are also available on weekends.



Gift Ideas at Café Society

An imposing dome housing Café Society’s gift ideasfor loved ones and friends is a one-stop-shop until January 1 for decadent delights such as holiday cakes, breads, stolen, English fruit cake, traditional minced pie, cookies and chocolates – including adorable chocolate Santa Claus confections in small or large sizes, and gingerbread cookie houses.















Omakase Dinner and Holiday Brunch at Nobu Manila

Foodies can indulge in Nobu Manila’s seven-course Omakase dinner menu from December 1 to 28. The menu includes Aburi Tachiuo Salad with Spicy Lemon Dressing; Roasted King Prawn with Scampi Gratin, Wasabi Aioli and Bacon Korokke; and Nobu-Style Puto Bumbong. The promotion is at P5,400++ per person.

An exclusive seven-course Omakase menu will be on offer for New Year’s Eve on December 31. Brunch fare will be available for Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve celebration on December 24 and 31, respectively from 11:30 am to 3 pm.





Christmas Set Menus at Crystal Dragon

Revelers looking for premium Cantonese and contemporary Chinese can satisfy their cravings at Crystal Dragon with a choice between two delectable five-course Christmas set menus priced at P1,988++ and P2,388++ offered for the whole month of December.

Set Menu A features dishes such as Pan Fried Fragrant Glutinous Rice served with Aromatic Duck Leg in Abalone Sauce, Steamed Cod Fish with Baby Bok Choy and Crispy Turnips, and Chilled Sweetened Mango Sphere with Pan Fried Soft Skin Ube.

Set Menu B showcases Hands roll Peking Duck with Seafood Platter; Braised E Fu Noodle with Oven Baked Garlic and Bacon Lobster; and Walnut Chocolate Whiskey’s Soft Skin Sweet Dumpling served with Crispy Custard Banana Roll and Warm Vanilla Sauce.


Festive Platter at Red Ginger

Southeast Asian cuisine reigns supreme at Red Ginger, and a limited-time holiday a la carte selection will be available from December 16 to 31.


Sunday Barbecue Grill at Wave

A sumptuous barbecue buffet spread featuring grilled dishes and a variety of Eastern and Western dishes are served by the poolside during the weekly Sunday barbecue dinner at Wave restaurant. Available on all Sundays of November and December, not-to-be-missed staples are the lemongrass-stuffed lechon carving station, the grill with bratwurst, pork barbecue skewers, chicken inasal, and lemon garlic prawns, the risotto cheese wheel, cold cuts station, breads station, salads station, and delectable desserts.


December and New Year’s Eve Parties

Chaos will fly in international DJ Ookay to perform on December 8, while New Year’s Eve countdown parties at Chaos and CenterPlay will highlight top local performing artists including True Faith on December 31.

For inquiries and reservations, guests can call 800 8080, e-mail guestservices@cod-manila.com, or visitwww.cityofdreamsmanila.com.

KISLAP: A School in the South’s Coachella-ish Way to Start the Holidays.


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The Augustinian Student Government of Colegio San Agustin – Biñan, in light of the holidays, has organized an event which was called “KISLAP: Gabi ng Kantahan, Kainan, Kasiyahan.” The event aims to celebrate and give thanks for the positivity, the blessings, and the love received throughout the year.

With performances by Ourselves the Elves, St. Wolf, and two of the local bands as highlights. Multiple food stalls sold an array of choices for the event-goers. A raffle with exciting prizes was also held.

The event took place in the open area in front of the Saint Monica Hall. The Vice President Internal of the ASG adviced to “bring whatever you need to get comfortable and enjoy the event to its fullest; picnic blankets and the likes will be allowed.”

Monday, December 11, 2017

Tis the Season to be Grateful as MY POPE PHILIPPINES Gives Us, The Christmas Bundle Treat!


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Are you feeling the yuletide rush? Still looking for that unique gift idea? My Pope
Philippines’ December issue offers you a treat that’s enough to make you feel warm
and fuzzy inside, the good way. As it’s the holiday season, they give you: My Pope
Kids and the limited edition, My Pope Christmas post cards all for FREE.


Collect all 2 designs perfect as Christmas giveaways for your family, friends and love ones.

Have a glimpse of the Vatican’s holiday decorations over the past few years,  as well as yummy Christmas recipes from Lolo Kiko’s days as a cardinal.

This issue, they also bring you Pope’s advice for a more meaningful holiday and 12 other gifts that you can offer your loved ones this Christmas. Take a look at My Pope’s tips for fun and stress-free gatherings from all the reunions you will probably have this holidays.


And as the year ends, they give you stories of hope and inspiration like the generous St. Nick who is the basis for today’s Santa Claus. They have made it our mission to add even more light and love to your season by not forgetting the stories of hope that their
own readers have shared.

For more exciting treat, My Pope Kids debut issue are specially made for children ages 8-12 years old. It’s a supplement that provides tips for parents on how to deal with children which were inspired by Pope Francis and some professional psychologists vice versa.

At the same time, it consists of fun games, puzzles, illustrations, funny stories and letter making to Pope Francis that kids will surely love.

Lastly, it includes articles that will teach children to be a better person and develop
their goodness as they grow old.

My Pope Philippines magazine, special Christmas Bundle Treat will be available last week of November 27 on all National book stores, 7 Eleven and partner
newsstands nationwide for only P85 per copy.

For more information, you may text/
call: (+63) 917 711-1818 or email them at subscription@mypope.com.ph. You may also check out their official social media pages- MY POPE PHILIPPINES. Like them on Facebook & follow them on Instagram and remember to always use the hashtag-
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From My Pope Philippines, they all wish you a joyful and Merry Christmas! Enjoy
reading and always remember to “give the gift of My Pope”.

Association of Volunteer Fire Chiefs and Firefighters of the Philippines Holds Anniversary and Induction Ceremonies


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With an initial membership of seven fire brigades back in 1987, the Filipino-Chinese civic organization called the Association of Volunteer Fire Chiefs and Firefighters of the Philippines, was engage in more than just firefighting operations. In fact, they respond to around 800 fires and emergencies a year. They are also involved in water distribution during times of shortages, and assisted during aftermaths of earthquakes such as that in Baguio and Cabanatuan, and metropolis cleaning operations such as the NAIA runway after the eruption of volcanoes such as Mt. Pinatubo, and conduct of medical and dental missions in various depressed areas in the metro. They have also participated in rescue operations including the transport of victims of the sea accident of MV San Nicolas to medical facilities.

In 1996, they were the first organization to be granted an emergency hotline (16016) thru the efforts of the incumbent mayor. They erected their own headquarters on a 1,000 sqm lot in Manila Harbour Center in Tondo. They also participated in the parade commemorating Philippine Independence at Luneta.

They are now celebrating their 31st year of continued service to the community. Their membership has grown to 28 volunteer fire brigades with a complement of more than 100 firetrucks, water tankers, and rescue units manned by 1,500 firefighters  and paramedics. Their headquarters are also manned by radio and telephone operato that monitor calls for assistance on a 24/7 basis.

To celebrate the occasion, the organization conducted an anniversary and induction to to proudly recognize and reward their outstanding members, and put into oath their new officers. The well-deserving heads and members of every brigade were given recognition of their valuable contribution of service risking their lives in the process.

The event was held on December 10, 2017 at Golden Bay Seafood Restaurant located along Macapagal Avenue near Mall of Asia complex in Pasay city, and were attended by all the officers and members ofvthe organization. Thus led their guest of honor, Dr. Rosalind Wee,t o joke by asking who was left to answer calls if a fire broke loose during their event. But we all know that they are just volunteers and the job is truly for the government firefighters.  Though many have found the organization to be quicker to respond than the previously mentioned, I guess they deserve a break once in a while.  It was a good thingbthat no fire was reported that Sunday, otherwise we may see some of these dedicated heroes suddenly leaving the venue for they may not be able to resist responding to the emergency.

Entertaining the attendees were Glaiza de Castro and Noel Cabangon who both gave three song numbers that day. 

The highlight of the day was the 1 Million peso donation of their guest of honor to the organization. That amount would surely go a long way in helping improve the firefighters skills and services. It is hoped that with the guidance of incoming President,  Ramon Chuaying, the organization will grow bigger and more capable in fighting fires. But we also hope that they also focus on finding ways to prevent fires so that property and lives will be saved from destruction. Thank you to outgoing President Domingo Chan Chun Bok for his service,  and may he continue to be a valuable consultant and supporter to the cause.

Being a volunteer, may it be as a firefighter, a paramedic or any other public service or advocacy is truly an honorable act. It is very rare that we take action without expecting something in return. Thus we should definitely give due attention to our valiant heroes for their selfless efforts in serving the community. As they say, we should not rely solely on our government in providing the basic services. We should always take the initiaein finding ways to help out each other especially during times of need. And though prevention is more likely the better path to take to reduce the harm, we should also be prepared and ready against unforeseen disasters like fire, wrath of nature, or accidents.

Jacob Jensen Design Soon to Collaborate in the Philippines


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We recently witnessed the unfolding of another opportunity for Design and Technology innovation, exchanges, collaboration and partnerships on Dec. 06 , 3:00 - 4:00pm at QBO Office, DTI International Building, Gil Puyat, Makati City.

What primarily prevents our artists in coming out in the open to promote their works? Many are just too burdened with the fear of havong to face tax deductions.

In the Philippines, setting up a business entity, even for single proprietorship entails getting too many permits with corresponding fees. Fees that could be too much for newly established businesses that already spent a fortune in capital setting up their business address and equipment.

Thus, announcing your services could very well be more profitable if you remain online seemingly just a home-based entity. Expansion could very well be just an option to keep for yourself since you would prefer paying less tax obligations.




If the Philippines wants us to actively engage with Jacob Jensen Design company then they should make it more attractive for businessmen to setup business in the country. Onexwayvis to reduce orvtotally eliminate taxes during the first months or years until the company has recovered their initial funds used in founding their business. We tend to be more open to partnerships or collaborations when we have less financial obligations to worry about. The less risk, the more open-minded we are to invest our hard-earned money. Needless to say, if the government could not subsidize, then they should find other ways to persuade us to invest.

We are honored that the design firm has chosen to venture into the Philippines and has recognized our potential to be worthy partners. Our growrh woukd surely be their growth as well. Many talented individuals would put a second thought in working out of the country if our talenrs could be well utilized and compensated within the country so we won't need to leave our families in search of greener pastures.

Timothy sounds optimistic enough that it would be a crime to ignore his call for collaboration. The offer is too good to resist. But since it would be the first time of this kind, mant would obviously hesitate to take the iniative as a pioneer of such venture. But surely, those who have the guts to become pioneers would reap greater benefits if it becomes successful.

With full support of the Embassy of Denmark, and the Department of Trade and Industry, we would undoubtedly make it big in the design industry since there are many creative Filipinos that could once again put the Philippines in the map as a Design hub.


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