Saturday, June 15, 2024

Staying Updated on the Latest PCSO Lotto Results

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The lottery is very popular in the Philippines and somewhat exciting because while waiting for the numbers to be drawn, people dream and wish to get the jackpot prize. A new site now enables checking for the latest results quickly, and that is the most updated PCSO lotto result website.

It is a site that makes it more convenient and accessible for players, either in small or immense need of those draw results. It is user-friendly, where all necessary information could be accessed in one instance. Results are available in most popular games like 6/58 Ultra Lotto, 6/55 Grand Lotto, 6/49 Super Lotto, 6/45 Mega Lotto, and 6/42 Lotto. Daily results of 6D, 4D, 3D (Swertres), and 2D (EZ2) are also at the website.

Easy Access to Lotto Results

It's never been easier checking up on the latest lotto results with a single click to find out which numbers made it. As it updates quickly, you don't need to wait long to find out if you are a winner. It's perfect for people who want to keep abreast without hassle.

Navigation of the website is simple. All you have to do is to go to LottoPCSO, and from the main page, you will find all the latest lottery results. Clean and straightforward in its layout, the site is easy to navigate, even for an illiterate computer user, in the event that you want to get specific information.

Stay Updated and Play Responsibly

Besides the recent results, the website gives excellent tips for playing the lottery. It is always advised to play within the means and to remember that the lottery is played for entertainment purposes. It is important to budget in advance and stake only what you are comfortable losing in lotto tickets.

It is also a wonderful place to learn how PCSO functions: funds realized from playing lotto games are used to support and finance all sorts of charitable projects in the country. In playing the lotto, you try your luck, and, at the same time, help finance extensive services.

Detailed information about the PCSO and its programs can be accessed at its official website, Relevant information regarding the charity's vision and mission with various charitable activities that it has tended to champion can be had by visiting this official website.

Why Choose This Site?

You've got various reasons to opt for this new website, upon which lotto results happen to be the result. First and foremost, it is one of the most reliable websites around. The results get updated fast after the official draw; thus, you get the information almost in real time. This access will be very convenient since you can do so from a computer, tablet, or smartphone available to your reach with ease.

Moreover, the website is respectful of your privacy. Signing up or providing any private information is not a site requirement. You just visit it, check the results, and go. This is what makes this quite user-friendly as well as secure.

Useful Features

This website includes much helpful information for the every members of the Lotto. Sections include what each game entails, the odds of winning, lotto schedules, hot and cold numbers, prize history, beautiful graphs, and some strategies you may like to consider. While there is no assured way of winning, understanding how games work will make you find more pleasure in playing.

This site is also a great place to keep track of your favorite numbers. Many players have favorite or hot numbers they tend to play in lottery games. With the quick review capacity of this site, users can readily identify if their number choices are drawn. Convenience time-saving measures are put into place.

Connecting to the Larger Community 

In the Philippines, one of the most common games that people, no matter what class they belong to, engage in is playing the lotto. This website seeks to bring the community closer by providing a common platform to check the results and share tips. For more information on responsible gaming and other ways to enjoy gaming, you can also log on to the website of PAGCOR (Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation) at PAGCOR helps and shares all the suitable materials with everybody to ensure the game is taken lightly and quickly. Conclusion 

This new website will be a welcomed tool for each lotto players—be it a regular player or someone who buys a ticket every once in a while. It makes checking the latest PCSO lotto results straightforward and convenient. In that light, it focuses on user-friendliness, rapid updates, and providing information that matters to make it the go-to site among lotto enthusiasts in the country. Don’t miss it out; visit the site today and check if you have the winning numbers!

Sigaw ng Kabataan Coalition Welcomes the Establishment of the Negros Island Region

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The Sigaw ng Kabataan Coalition (SKC) announces its support for the significant step of inaugurating the Negros Island Region. This event follows the signing into law by President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr., uniting Negros Occidental, Negros Oriental, and Siquijor under one administrative region.

The SKC Negros Island Regional Guild has been a strong advocate for youth empowerment and community development within Negros Island since 2018. The coalition’s efforts are in line with the new region’s goals to improve governance, economic opportunities, and inclusive development.

Governor Bong Lacson of the Negros Occidental has expressed his appreciation for the realization of this goal, stating, “Our belief that the immense potential of Negros Island, Siquijor, and our people can best be realized by becoming one region has driven our efforts and determination through the years.”

The SKC also pays respect to the efforts of Former Governor Alfredo Marañon Jr., whose advocacy and leadership were key in the creation of the Negros Island Region. His commitment to the cause continues to inspire the coalition’s mission.

Ellirie Aviles, Founder and Chairman of the Sigaw ng Kabataan Coalition, and a proud Negrense from Sagay City, shares his thoughts on this milestone: “As we welcome the start of the Negros Island Region, we at the SKC are energized and ready for the work ahead. This significant moment is not just about the unity and strength of our communities but also about the bright future we see for our youth.”

Magic Alvarado, appointed as the SKC NIR Ambassador, echoes this sentiment: “The establishment of the Negros Island Region opens up a world of possibilities for our youth. As SKC NIR Ambassador, I am excited to be part of this journey towards a more empowered and united community where every young voice can be heard.”

As the Negros Island Region begins this new chapter, SKC NIR Ambassador Magic Alvarado along with the entire SKC invites everyone to join in the call to action: Makialam! Makiisa! Makibahagi! Together, we will amplify young people’s voices and contribute to the region’s path towards effective governance, cultural growth, and socio-economic development.

For more information about SKC initiatives and how to get involved, please email or

About Sigaw ng Kabataan Coalition

The Sigaw ng Kabataan Coalition is a national non-profit organization focused on youth empowerment and advocacy in the Philippines. Since its founding in 2013, SKC has represented over 55,000 young people, encouraging leadership and participation in various developmental areas.

Environmental Group Dismayed Over Continued Sale of Toxic Cosmetic Products in QC

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Toxic watchdog group BAN Toxics is urging the Quezon City government, particularly the Quezon City Health Department (QCHD), to take regulatory action against the unwarranted sale of mercury-added skin whitening creams to protect public health from mercury exposure.

In its recent market monitoring, the group purchased and photo documented the sale of FDA-banned cosmetics, namely: Goree Beauty Cream with Lycopene Avocado & Aloevera, Goree Day & Night Beauty Cream Oil Free Total Fairness System and 88 Total White Underarm Cream in beauty shops (kiosks) inside Ever Gotesco Mall in Commonwealth Avenue, Quezon City. These products have been banned by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

The Quezon City enacted QC Ordinance 2767, s 2018, which bans the manufacture, distribution and sale of mercury-containing skin whitening cosmetics in Quezon City.

“We call the attention of beauty shop owners to abide by the existing regulation in the country, and specifically in Quezon City, regarding the prohibited skin whitening products that have been proven to contain mercury, a health damaging toxic chemical,” said Thony Dizon, Toxics Campaigner of BAN Toxics.

Using a Vanta C Series HH XRF Analyzer, the group screened the products and found mercury concentrations ranging from 5,633 to as high as 29,250 parts per million (ppm), exceeding the allowable limit of 1 ppm set by the FDA, as published in the ASEAN Cosmetic Directive.

According to the ordinance, all manufacturers, importers, distributors, wholesalers, and retailers, including street vendors, or “tiangge,” and online vendors in Quezon City, must cease and desist from engaging in business activities involving the production and/or trade of mercury-laden cosmetics.

Mercury is among the World Health Organization’s top ten chemicals of major public health concern. It lightens the skin by suppressing the production of melanin and can also remove age spots, freckles, blemishes, and wrinkles. However, its use can lead to rashes, skin discoloration, and blotching. Mercury can enter the body through absorption, inhalation, or ingestion.

The group wrote to the QCHD requesting urgent enforcement action and confiscation of the prohibited beauty products to halt the illegal sale of non-compliant cosmetic products.

BAN Toxics reiterates its call to national regulatory agencies to improve monitoring, analysis, and detection capacities to strictly regulate the illegal trade of banned cosmetics. Strengthening regional cooperation, given the ASEAN Cosmetic Directive, is of the same importance, according to the group.

“BAN Toxics, advocating for safe cosmetics, will continue to monitor and swiftly report to corresponding local government offices and the FDA the unwarranted selling of prohibited cosmetic products in the market, including online shopping platforms. The public has the right to know the dangers of toxic mercury and to be mindful of its health effects,” Dizon added.

U.P. SAMASKOM KICKS OFF LIVE A.I.D.S: HYSTERICAL REVISIONISM Tatlumpu’t Apat na Taon ng Makasaysayang Tawanan, Sayawan at Kimmy-nism

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The Longest-Running Campus Comedy Varirty Show in the Philippines is Back!

After five (5) years’ absence in the theater scene due to the restrictions set by the pandemic, the longest-running comedy variety show out of the UP Diliman campus is back!

Live A.I.D.S. (Ang Istoryang Dinebelop ng SAMASKOM) or Acts, Improvisations, Dances and Songs, an annual musical-comedy series mounted by talent-laden student organization, UP SAMASKOM, is mounting its 34th edition from July 5 to 7 at the Ignacio B. Jimenez - KAL Theater in UP.

Entitled LIVE A.I.D.S.: HYSTERICAL REVISIONISM: “Tatlumpu’t Apat na Taon ng Makasaysayang Tawanan, Sayawan at Kimmy-nism”, the show will again put a funny but sharp spin on socio-political issues and pop culture, providing witty commentary on Philippine society and adding a comic touch to trending topics and viral content. Interspersed with dances and dazzling production numbers, it promises to make audiences laugh and have fun like never before.

“What started as a mere applicants’ batch project in 1983 is now one of the most awaited events in the Diliman Republic. Each year, Live AIDS always surpasses its previous record number of fans who watch the show,” says Live A.I.D.S Hysterical Revisionism Production Management Mentor, Venice Atienza, who is an alumna of U.P. SAMASKOM and has been part of both the production and creative departments of the show for several years now.

SAMASKOM alumni fill the local entertainment scene, finding fame in front of or behind the camera. LiveAIDS has given rise to the careers of Kuya Kim Atienza, Giselle Sanchez, RS Francisco, Raymond Lauchengco, Wency Cornejo, Ate Glow, Michelle O’ Bombshell, Tuesday Vargas, Mrs. Tan, and KaladKaren, among others.

ABS-CBN’s head of TV Production, Star Magic Chief and Pinoy Big Brother Head Director Laurenti (Loren) Dyogi and ABS-CBN Global Head of Creative Services Ned Legaspi are SAMASKOM alumni.

Live AIDS continuously garners fanatics and avid viewers who have steadfastly sought out the show, including known personalities like Bianca Gonzales, Ricky Lee, Quark Henares, John Lapus, Rajo Laurel, Jigs Mayuga, Tim Yap, and Vice Ganda.

“Live A.I.D.S. and the UP SAMASKOM are platforms where students and alumni members alike are given the opportunity to nurture their talents and skill sets, and essentially nurture them to face the real world,” articulates well-known Filipino drag artist Mrs. Tan, a seasoned dancer and performer of the show.

“This show bolsters one’s talent, skills, and self-confidence. It’s evident in our alumni members,” said Kaladkaren, another UP SAMASKOM alumna and a seasoned performer, veteran writer, production member, and former resident officer.

“With the issues and concerns of the Philippines at present and history distortion as well, it is time to continue the UP SAMASKOM tradition of amusing audiences and making them aware of political and social matters. This year, through the Live AIDS legacy, everyone will hear what Samaskom will say about the current times. This is a show that finds humor on the right side of history”, said Live AIDS Hysterical Revisionism Director, Bill Barrinuevo.

“There is pressure to outdo ourselves every show. This is our comeback show - we want to reawaken our audience as we give them the best show they will ever see. It is terrifying but it is a welcome challenge. UP SAMASKOM is passionate in creating a show that speaks out and entertains at the same time,” he added.

Tickets to Live AIDS Hysterical Revisionism can be bought at For more information, follow @upsamaskom on X (Twitter) and Instagram, and on Facebook at

Schneider Electric Foundation turns 25 and launches the ‘25 Years Young’ campaign in the Philippines

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To mark the 25th anniversary of its foundation, Schneider Electric, the leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation, is launching a global campaign in celebration of both this key milestone and the next generation of young leaders committed to building a fairer, low-carbon society. ‘25 Years Young’: A Celebration of Youth and 25 Years of Action 

Founded in 1999 under the aegis of the Fondation de France, the Schneider Electric Foundation supports changemakers driving sustainable development, promoting social inclusion, and empowering communities worldwide. Throughout 2024, the foundation will celebrate the world’s youth by raising awareness of their social and environmental impact and mobilizing the support of company employees. The high point of these celebrations is the launch of a global call for contributions with the foundation’s social entrepreneurship partner, Ashoka. 

Ever since its creation, the Schneider Electric Foundation has been a pioneer in supporting positive initiatives to tackle growing social and environmental challenges and many innovations are driven by young people from around the world. The foundation supports them in making an impact for a fairer energy transition and is honoring them on its 25th anniversary.‘Youth Innovation For A Sustainable Future’: A Global Call for Contributions 

The call for contributions titled ‘Youth Innovation For A Sustainable Future’ with Ashoka’s program 

Changemaker Companies aims to select 25 of the most impactful and innovative youth projects across all five continents (Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East). This global call for contributions focuses on professional engagement and a fair transition, and a 50,000-euro prize will be awarded to the winning project during the COP29 climate summit in Bakou, Azerbaïdjan. Those projects selected will also benefit from increased visibility across the social media channels of both Schneider Electric’s Foundation and Ashoka’s network of countries. In the Philippines, the call for contributions will be launched on June 17, 2024. Entries can be submitted through the program’s website at

“Schneider Electric Foundation has been dedicated to driving sustainable development for the last 25 years by promoting social inclusion and empowering the youth to champion positive change,” said Norman Roland Ocana III, Head of Government Affairs and Sustainability of Schneider Electric Philippines. 

“We commemorate this momentous milestone, with our strengthened commitment to support NGOs and Foundations who work with the next generation on various initiatives focused on just transition, awareness and inclusion, professional training in energy management, entrepreneurship and gender."

Baguio City’s LGU and Hotels Receive ICT Proficiency and Internet Connectivity Boost as City Hits Revenue Targets by 45 Percent

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Baguio’s local government and hotels partner with Eastern Communications for reliable connectivity & ICT services.

Eastern Communications enhances the digital landscape of Baguio by rolling out innovative ICT services tailored to the city's hospitality and government sectors. The company aligns with Baguio's goal of boosting economic and tourism growth, aiming to support the region’s resurgence post-pandemic. 

Baguio city is a significant contributor to Cordillera’s economy, and is on track to meet its PHP2.74 billion collection target for 2024. Having already collected 45% of this goal in the first four months, Baguio City Assistant Treasurer Fernando Ragma reported a 12% increase in collections compared to 2023, with PHP1.205 billion gathered from January 1 to April 30.

To sustain this momentum, Eastern Communications is committed to equipping more businesses with digital solutions to help them thrive.

The telecommunications provider will enhance Baguio's digital landscape with innovative ICT services tailored to the city's hospitality and government sectors. This initiative aligns with Baguio's goal of boosting economic and tourism growth, aiming to support the region’s post-pandemic resurgence. 

Strengthening Baguio’s Government Sector 

Reliable connectivity is pivotal for Baguio's economic development. It enables efficient communication, access to global markets, and fostering innovation. Both businesses and public services rely on seamless internet access for transactions, research, and networking. 

Additionally, robust connectivity supports remote work, enhances education, and drives technological advancement, fueling economic growth and competitiveness. 

The partnership between Baguio’s local government and Eastern Communications represents a significant step towards enhanced connectivity and progress. Eastern's comprehensive internet solutions support Baguio's vision for a digitally inclusive future, providing the robust infrastructure necessary for economic vitality and community empowerment. 

"Eastern's connectivity services offer a transformative opportunity for Baguio City's development. By providing free fiber connectivity to barangays, Eastern enables seamless communication infrastructure essential for urban planning and public services. Integrating IoT boxes for sensors and CCTV enhances security and resource management, fostering a smarter, safer cityscape," said City Government of Baguio Officer in Charge - Management in Information and Technology Division (MITD) Francis Camarao. 

Boosting Hospitality and Tourism in the Summer Capital.

Eastern Communications is also playing a crucial role in the digitalization of Baguio’s hospitality and tourism sectors. The company has recently partnered with several prime hotels in Baguio, including Soto Grande Hotel, Hotel Cosmopolitan, and Newtown Hotel, to provide top-tier ICT solutions.

Clients have expressed satisfaction with Eastern's personalized services and ICT solutions, noting that digital adoption is essential for businesses to thrive in the modern era. 

Soto Grande Hotel 

Eastern Communications holds a contract signing event with Soto Grande Hotel. [From L to R: EC Regional Sales Senior Account Manager Lawrence Balbin, Soto Grande Hotel Resident Manager Marco Fetizanan, EC Marketing Head Jed Estanislao, and EC Regional Sales Executive Account Manager Alejandro Carandang]

During the official contract signing event with the newly opened Soto Grande hotel, Resident Manager Marco Fetizanan offered a positive outlook on their partnership with Eastern Communications, noting that it "will significantly enhance our digital processes."

"Their reliable connectivity ensures our guests enjoy a seamless online experience throughout their stay. Eastern has proven to be our partner of choice, and we believe that adopting digital solutions is crucial for businesses to thrive in 2024 and beyond.”

Hotel Cosmopolitan

Eastern Communications officially seals its partnership with Hotel Cosmopolitan through a contract signing ceremony. [From L to R: EC Regional Sales Senior Account Manager Lawrence Balbin, Hotel Cosmopolitan Owner Glen Flores, and EC Marketing Head Jed Estanislao]

Hotel Cosmopolitan, located in the heart of Baguio, also recognizes the importance of digital adoption in accommodating the city's increasing number of tourists. The hotel seeks to meet this need as it officially sealed the deal for Eastern Communications to be its Fiber1 internet service provider.

Glen Flores, owner of Hotel Cosmopolitan, expressed his confidence in the telco's service, “Eastern Communications is not only fast and effective but also offers friendly and impeccable customer service.”

Newtown Hotel

Newtown Plaza Hotel partners with Eastern Communications for reliable internet service. [From L to R: Newtown Hotel Representative, EC Regional Sales Senior Account Manager Lawrence Balbin, Newtown Hotel Manager Josh Ancheta, EC Marketing Head Jed Estanislao, and EC Regional Sales Executive Account Manager Alejandro Carandang]

Eastern also partnered with the popular Newtown Plaza Hotel, located along Claro M. Recto Street, to offer the business an Internet Direct Service (IDS) leased line.

During the official contract signing, Newtown’s Hotel Manager, Josh Ancheta, highlighted the main reasons for choosing the telco as their dedicated internet service provider.

"Our partnership with Eastern was driven by our need for a provider that offers reliable after-sales support and quick response to our concerns. Apart from this, they also helped us exceed our guests' expectations. We recommend Eastern as the go-to provider for the tourism and hospitality sector due to their personalized solutions and dependable service."

With Eastern Communications' growing ICT and connectivity partnerships in Baguio, it aims to be a Partner in Progress for the city, building a digitally connected and economically vibrant community. This ensures that both businesses and tourists can benefit from enhanced services and opportunities.

Eastern Communications, the Philippine premier telecommunications company, and ICT solutions provider, has provided reliable connectivity and advanced business tools to enterprises and emerging businesses for 145 years. The company offers custom solutions from an extensive portfolio of services that include Connectivity Solutions, Network Solutions, Security Solutions, Cloud and Data Center Solutions, and Business Applications. It continues to be the solutions partner of choice for the biggest industry players in the country through its unique brand of "High Tech" and its "High Touch" service.

Eastern Communications was recognized for its customer-centric business approach at the 2023 Asian Experience Awards and the B2B Client Initiative category at the Asian Telecom Awards, among other prestigious accolades.

FDCP to showcase classics and contemporary LGBTQIA+ films through Pelikulaya 2024

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The Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) is celebrating Pride Month in vibrant colors by showcasing Filipino classics and contemporary LGBTQIA+ cinema through Pelikulaya from June 19 to 30.

Continuing with the theme “Mga Kuwentong Mapagpalaya,” the films included in the lineup celebrate queer lives in all their joy, resilience, and beauty through the storytelling of renowned Filipino filmmakers such as National Artist for Film and Broadcast Arts Lino Brocka, film historian Nick Deocampo, and director Luciano Carlos.

The lineup also features works by contemporary Filipino filmmakers including Ryan Machado, Jay Altarejos, Alvin Yapan, Joseph Mangat, Ivan Payawal, and Jun Lana, further enriching the celebration with their unique perspectives on LGBTQIA+ experiences.

Pelikulaya will also present the acclaimed world cinema titles “Close” by Lukas Dhont and “Monster” by Kore-eda.

Along with the full-length films, Pelikulaya is showcasing a selection of critically acclaimed queer short films by local and student filmmakers such as JT Trinidad, Mark Felix Ebreo, Louisse Carlo Ledonio, Xeph Suarez, Trishtan Perez, Apa Agbayani, and Myra Soriaso.

“Through the celebration of the Month of Pride, we see the rainbow not only as a symbol of hope but as a sampler of human beings bound together by acceptance, compassion and understanding.” FDCP Chairman and CEO Jose Javier Reyes said in a statement.

The Pelikulaya 2024 titles is set to screen at The Metropolitan Theater, Robinsons Galleria, and Cinematheque Centres in Manila, Davao, Nabunturan, Negros, and Iloilo. Moviegoers from Manila may purchase their tickets through with prices ranging from Php 150.00 to Php 200.00 depending on the film.

JuanFlix: The FDCP Channel is also streaming a curated lineup of Pelikulaya titles starting on June 21 for only PHP 99.00/month.

Here is the 2024 Pelikulaya’s selection of Filipino classics and award-winning films:

Onsite film screenings at Cinematheque Centres Nationwide from June 19-30

● Facifica Falayfay (1969) by Luciano Carlos

● Huling Palabas (2023) by Ryan Machado

● Ang Sayaw ng Dalawang Kaliwang Paa (2011) by Alvin Yapan

● Kasal (2014) by Jay Altarejos

● Divine Factory (2022) by Joseph Mangat

● Ang Tatay Kong Nanay (1978) by Lino Brocka

● Oliver (1983) by Nick Deocampo

● Close (2022) by Lukas Dhont

● Kaming Mga Talyada (1962) by Tony Cayado

Pelikulaya Short Film Set screening at the Cinematheque Centres Nationwide

● Astri and Tambulah by Xeph Suarez

● The River that Never Ends by JT Trinidad

● I Get So Sad Sometimes by Trishtan Perez

● Abutan Man Tayo ng Houselights by Apa Agbayani

● A Catholic Schoolgirl by Myra Soriaso

● Congratulations, Dx! by Mark Felix Ebreo

● Crush by Louisse Carlo Ledonio

Online streaming on JuanFlix:

● Si Astri maka si Tambulah by Xeph Suarez

● I Get So Sad Sometimes by Trishtan Perez

● Nang Maglublob Ako Sa Isang Mangkok ng Liwanag by Kukay Zinampan

● This is Not a Coming Out Story by Mark Felix Ebreo

● Markova: Comfort Gay by Gil Portes

● Jay by Francis Xavier Pasion

● Ang Sayaw ng Dalawang Kaliwang Paa by Alvin Yapan

● 2 Cool 2 Be 4Gotten by Petersen Vargas

● Mamu (and a Mother Too) by Rod Singh

● Sila Sila by Giancarlo Abrahan

● Metamorphosis by J.E. Tiglao

● Happy Together by Wong Kar Wai

Film screenings at Robinsons Galleria on June 22 and 30:

● Close (2022) by Lukas Dhont

● Monster (2023) by Kore-eda

● Huling Palabas (2023) by Ryan Machado

● Becky and Badette (2023) by Jun Lana

● About Us But Not About Us (2023) by Jun Lana

Film screening at The Metropolitan Theater on June 23:

● Gameboys: The Movie (2021) by Ivan Payawal

Pelikulaya is also featuring a series of Film Talks, Special Screenings, and talkback sessions held at Cinematheque Centres Nationwide, which aims to create an inclusive platform for reflection, celebration, and dialogue.

Through this, the FDCP aims to honor and celebrate the experiences and identities within the LGBTQIA+ community by showcasing narratives that respect and amplify gender diversity.

Pelikulaya 2024 is presented by the FDCP, JuanFlix, and Cinematheque Centres, supported by Robinsons Galleria and The Metropolitan Theater.

For more updates on Pelikulaya, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Thursday, June 13, 2024

PH delegation joins the Annecy International Animation Film Festival and Market in France

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The Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) leads the Philippine delegation and hosts the Philippine Pavilion at the Annecy International Animation Film Festival and Marché International du Film d'Animation (MIFA) in France.

The Philippine Pavilion is a dedicated space for business meetings and networking events to foster collaborations between Filipino delegates and global counterparts.

The FDCP’s FilmPhilippines Office (FPO) is also set to showcase the country’s filmincentives that cater to animation projects to international stakeholders.

“Iti Mapukpukaw” at the festival’s Feature Films Contrechamp and “EWA” at MIFA’s Southeast Asia Pitch

Carl Joseph Papa’s “Iti Mapukpukaw” (“The Missing”) is in competition at the festival’s Feature Films Contrechamp category. This Filipino-Ilocano rotoscope animated film follows a young man named Eric whose life unravels after the arrival of a familiar alien, which triggers Eric to remember his past and untangle his memories.

“Iti Mapukpukaw” is produced by Project 8 Projects and supported by the FDCP’s CreatePHFilms funding program. It made history as the Philippines’ first animated entry to the Academy Award for Best International Feature Film.

Keith Sicat’s “EWA” was selected to join the Southeast Asia Pitch where projects in development can find international partners, financiers, or sales agents.

Produced by Kino Arts and supported by CreatePHFilms, this animated science fiction film takes place in a future of intergalactic migrant workers, one of whom is an idealistic scientist who struggles to reconnect with her child who is lightyears away.

Featured Filipino projects in development at MIFA 2024

Eight (8) Filipino projects in development are featured at the world’s biggest animation film market for the opportunity to acquire funding and co-production deals. Filipino representatives have the chance to pitch their respective projects and establish connections with their global counterparts.


When a rock band suddenly rises to game thanks to a series of deaths, an old detective races against time to save the singer from the clutches of her own demons, figuratively and literally.

Director: Ria Lu

Producers: Leveret Group and Wayfarer Media


Paula, a third generation Fil-Am teen, must take care of her sick grandfather.

However, babysitting Grandpa is not so easy when he thinks he is one of Philippine history’s greatest warrior – Lapu-Lapu.

Director: Marla Rausch

Producers: Kampilan Production, Animation Vertigo Asia, and Puppeteer Studios


Anito is the story of a young boy named Aaren who falls into the mythological spirit world full of fantastical and vicious creatures of Filipino legends. He finds himself lost and haunted by these creatures as he struggles to find his way home.

Director: John Aurthur Mercader

Producer: The Puppeteer Animation Studios, Inc.


In a future of intergalactic migrant workers, Ewa is an idealistic scientist forced to take a dangerous job in outer space to provide for your young son’s future. When she is marooned on a hostile world, she struggles to reconnect with her child who is lightyears away.

Director: Keith Sicat

Producer: Kino Arts


A tiny, rambunctious cat and her stalwart companions are on an epic adventure to defeat the Demon King and bring peace to the land of Fandania - but first they need

to learn how to fight.

Director: Karla Circe Consolacion

Producer: Meowsmouse


Four unlikely friends leap into video game-inspired challenges each morning.

Director: Tobie Abad

Producer: Taktyl Studios


Hughes Hector, boomer billionaire leader of the Steampulp Society, has never feared for the future until he is forced to team up with the younger and unpredictable digital native A.I. recruit, Itzel. Meanwhile, Sheba, an efficient X adventurer with no filter, is stuck in between them. They must find ways to work together and thwart the schemes of the mysterious Megalomind.

Director: Tobie Abad

Producer: Taktyl Studios


The story follows a 20 year old French man on his journey from Paris to the Middle East, finding the best supplies for his father's struggling business.

Director: Mari Nicole Mendoza

Producers: Half Wolf Entertainment Inc. and Martinii Animation Studio

Participating Filipino animation companies at MIFA

The Philippines is also represented by ten (10) animation companies to introduce Filipino talents, original content, and services to the global film market.

● Animation Vertigo

● Kampilan Productions

● J. Legaspi Computer Graphics

● Kino Arts

● Leveret Group

● Martinii Animation Studio

● Puppeteer Studios

● TeamApp, Inc.

● Toon City

● Top Draw Animation

Government and organization partners at MIFA

The Philippine delegation in Annecy is presented by the FDCP in partnership with the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and with the support of Creative Content Creators Association of the Philippines, Inc. (SIKAP) and Animation Council of the Philippines, Inc. (ACPI).

To learn more about the country’s participation at the Annecy International Animation Film Festival and Market, follow FDCP’s official pages on Facebook, X, and Instagram.

Earthquake-affected SSS members in Taiwan can now apply for a calamity loan

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Social Security System (SSS) President and Chief Executive Officer Rolando Ledesma Macasaet today announced that members affected by the recent Magnitude 7.4 earthquake in Taiwan may now avail of a calamity loan until August 20, 2024.

Macasaet said that SSS offered a Calamity Loan Assistance Program (CLAP) to its members living, residing, or working in Taiwan when the earthquake struck the island on April 3, 2024.

“The calamity loan offered to members in Taiwan was a historic first for SSS since we have never extended financial assistance to calamity-hit members outside of the Philippines until now. It only proved that we are always ready to assist our members wherever they are,” he said.

Macasaet said calamity-affected members can submit their loan applications online using their My.SSS account from May 21 to August 20, 2024.

“However, members must first visit the SSS Taiwan Foreign Office in Neihu District, Taipei City, to secure a Calamity Loan Reference Number (CLRN) needed in their loan applications. The CLRN is a unique 12-alphanumeric identifier provided to SSS members and among the requirements for the calamity loan,” he explained.

Under the CLAP, SSS Senior Vice President for Lending and Asset Management Group Pedro T. Baoy said qualified members can borrow a loan equivalent to one monthly salary credit or up to P20,000.

To qualify, Baoy said affected members must meet the following requirements:Have a My.SSS account at;
Have at least 36 monthly contributions, six of which must be posted within the last 12 months before the month of filing of application;

Must be an OFW SSS member;
Must be living, residing, or working in Taiwan during the time of the earthquake;
Must be 65 years old and below at the time of loan application;
Have not been granted any final benefit such as permanent total disability or retirement;
Have no past due SSS Short-Term Member Loans;
Have no outstanding restructured loan or calamity loan.

“Once approved, the loan proceeds will be credited to the member’s registered Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID)-ATM Card or their active accounts with a Philippine Electronic Fund Transfer System and Operations Network (PESONet) participating bank,” Baoy explained.

He said members could pay the calamity loan in two years or 24 equal monthly installments with an annual interest rate of 10 percent, and the one percent service fee has already been waived.

Baoy said the first loan amortization will start in the second month following the loan approval date. “For example, if their loan was approved on May 22, 2024. They will start paying their loan amortization by July 2024.”

He reminded member-borrowers that the loan’s payment deadline is every last day of the month following the applicable month. “If the deadline falls on a weekend or holiday, members may still make payment on the next working day. Late payments will be charged a one percent monthly penalty,” he added.

Sheraton Manila Bay's Tour de France du Vin 2024: A Journey through French Vineyards and Delights

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Wine enthusiasts and connoisseurs are invited to embark on an extraordinary journey through the vineyards and culinary delights of France. Sheraton Manila Bay, in partnership with Le Cellier French Wine Selection, proudly presents "Tour de France du Vin 2024."

This exclusive wine and dinner event will take place on June 27, 2024, at 7:00 pm in Manila Bay Kitchen. It promises an unforgettable evening filled with French charm and delectable indulgence.

For only Php 3,800 net per person, attendees will be transported to the heart of France through an exquisite selection of 17 premium wines sourced from the renowned regions of France, such as Beaujolais, Burgundy, Bordeaux, Rhone Valley, and the South of France. These exceptional wines have been meticulously chosen to encapsulate the essence of their respective terroirs, offering a true celebration of French winemaking excellence.

Another highlight of this evening is the 17 regional specialties prepared by Sheraton Manila Bay's very own General Manager, Mr. Richard Masselin, alongside our renowned Executive Chefs. Guests will have the unique opportunity to explore the nuanced flavors of "Pot Au Feu," "Coq Au Vin de Bourgogne Rouge," "Fish and Seafood Bouillabaise," and more.

For those eager to deepen their understanding of these remarkable wines, Bernard Flour, owner of Le Cellier French Wine Selection and a wine expert himself, will be at the event to share his knowledge in their wine selection as well as give our guests insight on French Wine.

Sheraton Manila Bay is conveniently located at M. Adriatico corner Gen. Malvar Streets, Malate, Manila. Like us on Facebook and Instagram @sheratonmanilabay and follow us on Twitter at @sheratonmnlbay

Embarking on a Gastronomic Journey: 9 restaurants in Monaco to be discovered this summer

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The heart of the principality beats with anticipation as it looks to embracing innovative culinary concepts. A globally renowned establishment reopened its doors with a fresh outlook, while fine dining is taken to new heights as the latest restaurant openings promise to captivate both local gourmands and international epicureans. Here are 9 new and upcoming establishments that you need to discover this summer.

1) Cafe de Paris: A Captivating Rebirth

Café de Paris Monte-Carlo ushers in a new era while retaining the echoes of its history. With its grand reopening that took place in January of this year, Café de Paris promises a classic brasserie ambiance with modern touches, inviting patrons to savour iconic dishes against a backdrop of timeless elegance. Revamped by the David Collins studio, the café unveils an additional floor featuring a unique rooftop, luxury boutiques, and innovative dining concepts; standing as a testament to Monaco's commitment to evolving while honouring its rich heritage. Established in 1868, the café has been a witness to the evolution of Monte-Carlo's culinary landscape. Over the decades it has undergone various architectural renditions, and its latest incarnation will no doubt preserve the essence of its legacy while introducing modern elements that redefine the culinary experience.

2) Amazónico: Tropical Splendour that Transcends Borders

Amazónico, the acclaimed rainforest-themed restaurant, takes flight from its origins in Madrid, Dubai, and London. It has established its latest branch in Monaco since April of this year. Embarking on a tropical voyage, Amazónico seamlessly blends Latin American flavours with Japanese cuisine, with dishes such as Amazónico Maki, with mango, avocado, coconut, and cacao nibs and Arroz Chaufa, a red, black, and white whole grain rice, duck breast, and a fried egg. Its ambiance will enthral guests with live Bossa Nova tunes amid a living ecosystem of verdant plants, opulent velvet seating, and exquisite tropical décor. Amazónico was first conceived in 2010 as a sensory journey with a focus on "Nikkei" cuisine. Over time the brand garnered acclaim, and now its global appeal has extended to Monaco's Place du Casino. Patrons can also expect a cigar terrace that faces the Mediterranean, and a lounge bar that sets the stage for 'electro-tical' beats with a private speakeasy.

3) Maona Monte-Carlo: A Cabaret Beneath the Stars

Maona Monte-Carlo heralds a summer cabaret under the stars, paying homage to Maria Callas and Aristotle Onassis, who founded the first Maona club on the Riviera in 1962. Nestled near Monte-Carlo Beach, Maona welcomes guests to savour the culinary heritage of Monaco accompanied by live music. Bar Sauvage curates cocktail creations that celebrates Monaco's distinct districts, while a vibrant atmosphere of divas, DJs, and pianists create an energetic backdrop. The allure of Maona lies in its seamless union of history and innovation, with its open-air lounge that revives the glamorous spirit of the 1960s, beckoning modern revellers to create their own memories.

4) Club La Vigie Monte-Carlo: A Celebration of Joie de Vivre

Club La Vigie Monte-Carlo, located next to Villa La Vigie the former home of Karl Lagerfeld, embodies the essence of summer celebrations against the backdrop of the Mediterranean. Situated at the end of the Monte-Carlo Beach peninsula, this intimate club exudes 1950s elegance while embracing the vivacious spirit of the Riviera. Deep house music, Mediterranean sharing dishes by chef Pascal Garrigues, and an array of social gatherings await. The club's Love Nests, perched on the rocks, offer an exclusive retreat, where delectable dishes, stunning sunsets, and vibrant rhythms beckon travellers who love the good life. Club La Vigie is only during the summer season from June to September. 

5) Les Ambassadeurs by Christophe Cussac: The Culinary Odyssey

Les Ambassadeurs by Christophe Cussac ushers guests into an extraordinary gastronomic journey, blending Mediterranean flair with contemporary finesse. Inspired by the legendary Hotel Metropole Monte-Carlo, this dining establishment captures the essence of refined luxury. Chef Christophe Cussac's culinary artistry takes centre stage within the restaurant's redesigned interiors, envisioned by renowned French architect and interior designer Jacques Garcia. The space also sets the stage for a sensory feast, where you can expect degustation meals featuring dishes such as sea bream tartare with caviar cannelloni, tomatoes and baby squid with roasted guanciale and Mediterranean blue crab with a green wheat salad. The restaurant was recently awarded 2 Michelin stars.

6) TAERA: Latin American Heart

TAERA, a pop up Venezuelan restaurant located on the Patio at Hôtel de Paris, opened to fanfare in October 2023. Helmed by renowned chef Victoria Vallenilla who is barely 30 years of age, TAERA promises an extraordinary dining experience that seamlessly blends authentic Venezuelan flavours with creativity, underneath the feminine guidance of chef Victoria. The restaurant's artisan-inspired setting provides a stunning backdrop, featuring a stunning fresco from South American artist Viviana Grondona. Savour on classics with a twist such as arepas, ceviche and ‘Arroz con Leche’ paired with flavourful cocktails, and embark into an abyss of culinary heart and soul.

7) Blue Bay Marcel Ravin: The Finest Michelin Star Caribbean Cuisine

The Blue Bay Marcel Ravin, a two-Michelin-starred culinary gem in Monaco, has reopened following an extensive renovation. The restaurant now features a stunning new layout, refreshed décor, and an inviting terrace, all designed to enhance the dining experience. Chef Marcel Ravin's vision has transformed Blue Bay into a modern Creole space, where Caribbean and Mediterranean flavours merge to create an unparalleled gastronomic journey. This renovation marks a new chapter for Blue Bay, promising an atmosphere that evokes emotion and culinary excellence in every dish. Additionally, guests can indulge in the exclusive La Table de Marcel experience, a "restaurant within a restaurant" concept that offers an exceptional gastronomic adventure reserved for just eight privileged guests. Here, Chef Ravin introduces diners to his world of culinary arts and culture, providing a sensory experience that is both intimate and extraordinary.

8) L'Abysse Monte-Carlo: The Epitome of Modern Cuisine

L’Abysse Monte-Carlo, a new culinary masterpiece by renowned chef Yannick Alléno, is set to be unveiled on July 3, 2024. Nestled within the prestigious Hôtel Hermitage, this extraordinary restaurant promises a unique gastronomic experience, harmoniously blending the rich flavours of Monaco’s hinterland with precise, innovative cooking techniques. At the heart of this venture is the partnership with master sushi chef Yasunari Okazaki, who brings his expertise from Tokyo's renowned Ginza district. Guests will discover dishes where every plate is a testament to Alléno’s exceptional creativity and Okazaki's sushi mastery, offering a celebration of local produce and the finest ingredients. L’Abysse Monte-Carlo is poised to become a beacon of modern cuisine in Monaco, inviting gourmands from around the world to indulge in an unparalleled dining experience.

9) Zeffirino: A Legend Opens Its Doors In Monaco

Zeffirino, the legendary Italian restaurant celebrated for its unparalleled expertise in the art of pesto, has now graced the heart of Monaco at Rue Du Portier. In the epicenter of the glamorous Principality, Zeffirino brings to life the rich traditions and artistic flair of the Zeffirino family. The original restaurant first opened its doors in Genoa in 1939, and now its Monaco counterpart offers a menu that flawlessly merges traditional Italian flavors with contemporary culinary techniques, with a particular emphasis on their renowned “pasta Genovese”. Every dish is paired with a meticulously curated selection of Italian wines and innovative cocktails, while the restaurant's sophisticated ambiance cements it as an essential destination for both food enthusiasts and connoisseurs. Zeffirino continues to uphold its legacy as a bastion of Italian gastronomy.
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Wednesday, June 12, 2024

Healthcare Waste Project Inception Meeting Concludes in NCR; Highlights Need for Policy Review and Awareness Raising

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The two-day National Capital Region Regional Inception Meeting and Validation Workshop for the Philippine Healthcare and Mercury Wastes Management Project (PHCWMP) concluded in Quezon City yesterday, June 11, 2024, wrapping up the series of meetings intended to validate and refine the project’s strategies. PHCWMP is a 5-year project funded by the Global Environment Facility (GEF) that aims to reduce the release and emissions of hazardous chemicals in healthcare wastes through environmentally-sound practices.


The project will be implemented in Region 2, Region 8, and the NCR by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) with the Department of Natural Resources - Environmental Management Bureau (DENR-EMB) as the national lead agency, and civil society organization (CSO) BAN Toxics as the executing entity.

Geri-Geronimo Sañez, chief of the EMB Environmental Quality Management Division, emphasized the significance of the unique partnership between the government and a CSO during his opening remarks. “I would like to take this opportunity to thank our partner BAN Toxics. We have been implementing some projects with EMB, and this is only in the Philippines, shall I say, that a government agency is working closely with civil society organizations.”


The inception meeting held during the first day of the event was attended by the project’s partners, Quirino Memorial Medical Center (QMMC), Metro Clark Waste Management Corp., Integrated Waste Management, Inc. (IWMI), and Envirocare Mgt. Precision, as well as DENR-EMB Central and NCR regional offices, Department of Health - Health Facility Development Bureau, and the DENR Foreign-Assisted and Special Projects Service.


Discussions during the meeting underscored the need to review existing policies and regulations regarding healthcare waste management. This includes a review of current licensing and permitting processes for healthcare facilities, treaters, and transporters of hazardous wastes to remove regulatory challenges that lead to delays while ensuring compliance with important environmental and health standards.


Additionally, the meeting emphasized the need to harmonize mechanisms for coordination among and within relevant regulatory agencies.


“The project aims to conduct research on the effectiveness of Republic Act No. 6969, or the ‘Toxic Substances and Hazardous and Nuclear Wastes Control Act of 1990,’ and related policies, in the context of healthcare waste management, specifically on how the law can promote the reduction and environmentally-sound management of hazardous wastes,” said Jam Lorenzo, BAN Toxics’ Policy Development and Research Officer, and PHCWMP project manager.


Among the major outcomes of the PHCWMP is policy development, and its first year of implementation includes policy reviews and gap analyses.


On the second day of the event, the project team visited the waste management facilities of QMMC in Project 4, Quezon City. Notable during the visit were QMMC’s waste reduction practices through composting and other waste diversion methods that may be further studied and replicated in other facilities throughout the duration of the PHCWMP implementation.

However, QMMC also shared the difficulties of limiting the entry of single-use plastics by their patients and caregivers. Since the hospital currently has no cafeteria, patients and caregivers often bring their own food, typically packaged in single-use plastics. Quezon City Ordinance 2868-2019 prohibits the use of single-use plastics and plastic bags throughout the entire city.


According to Lorenzo, another major component of the project is capacity building and awareness raising, not just within the partner hospitals, but also in the community, on how to reduce healthcare wastes.


“We want the public to be aware of the increasing trend of healthcare waste generation, and the accompanying challenges of managing these wastes. Healthcare waste is a public concern that requires a multi-stakeholder approach. Single-use plastics also pose a threat to public health and the environment, and the project will address this by promoting best-environmental practices to reduce waste,” Lorenzo added.


The PHCWMP seeks to reduce the release and emission of unintentionally-produced persistent organic pollutants (uPOPs), and one of the known sources of these is the burning of plastic wastes.


The NCR leg of the regional inception events was the third and last of the series. A national workshop will be set next month to finalize the five-year work plan of the project.


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PHLPost issues Philippine longest stamp for 2024 Independence Day celebrations

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In celebration of the 2024 Araw ng Kalayaan and the 125th Anniversary of the First Philippine Republic of 1899, PHLPost has issued the “Longest Stamps” in a bid for the Guinness World Records.

Considered to be the Philippine’s longest Postage Stamps, the sheetlet strip of three (3) measures 200mm x 35mm which is the first of its kind issued by PHLPost.

Entitled “Philippines: First Republic in Asia”, this remarkable stamp vividly illustrates the Philippines nationhood from the historic proclamation of Philippine Independence on June 12, 1898 to the declaration of the First Philippine Republic in 1901.

The commemorative stamps features historical vignettes that transpired from the declaration of Philippine Independence in 1898, the arrival of Aguinaldo in Malolos Bulacan, the inauguration of the first Philippine Republic at the Barasoain Church in 1899, the Philippine American War, Aguinaldo’s odyssey in Northern Luzon with women nursing the wounded, Apolinario Mabini in Pangasinan and Aguinaldo’s capture in Isabela but others continued to fight for liberty in 1901.

Inside the stamps are the photos of the Philippine Revolutionary Government Postage Stamps and the Philippine Revolutionary Government Postage and Telegraph Registration Stamps issued during that historic era.

PHLPost immortalized this legacy with a unique stamp underscoring the Philippines as a beacon of liberty, democracy and republicanism in Asia. The stamps continue to be the source of inspiration, courage and patriotism among Filipinos.

PHLPost postage stamp will be available to the public at the Manila Central Post Office compound in Lawton, Manila on June 12, 2024.

The beauty, uniqueness and special significance of commemorative stamps continue to be a source of fascination among collectors.

PHLPost has printed 9,000 pieces of the strip of three (3) stamps to be sold at P125 each while the official first day cover envelope (size is 25cm x 19cm) was printed at 400 pieces.

Artist Roderick “Derrick” C. Macutay designed the stamps with layout by Jose Antonio A. Jayme of PHLPost. The stamps have an iridescent ink (special embellishment) on all figures.

EAT’S HERE! The biggest food and beverage expo in the Philippines is now open!

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The Manila Foods and Beverages Expo (MAFBEX) 2024 is now open to the public! MAFBEX 2024 had its opening today, June 12, 2024, at the World Trade Center Metro Manila. 

The opening ceremony was graced by Hon. Mayor Emi Calixto-Rubiano, City Mayor of Pasay City; Secretary Frederick Go represented by USEC Joee Guilas, Office of the Special Assistant to the President for Investment and Economic Affairs; and Hon. Senator Imee Marcos, Senator of the Republic of the Philippines. The VIPs were welcomed by Worldbex Services International’s Executive Committee headed by WSI Founding Chairman Mr. Joseph L. Ang; WSI co-founder Ms. Levi Ang; Managing Director Ms. Jill Ang; Board of Directors Ms. Tessie Roque, Mr. Rene Ramos, and Architect Francisco Flameño.

The Grand Opening Ceremonies was also graced by various honorable Members of the Diplomatic Corpse - Embassy of Türkiye; Malaysia Trade Promotions Agency; Embassy of Malaysia; The Embassy of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam in Philippines; Embassy of Pakistan; Royal Thai Embassy in Manila; Thai Trade Center Manila of the Royal Thai Embassy; Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Manila; Embassy of Brunei Darussalam; and the Embassy of the Argentine Republic

This year’s theme for MAFBEX 2024 is “Eats Here!”, showing the playful nature of the event by creating wordplay between “It’s here” and “eat” - focusing on using the “location pin”, a navigation symbol marking the dynamic Filipino Flavors across the world. WSI envisions that this symbol will set a benchmark for thousands of visitors from all across the Philippines, making MAFBEX the leading food and beverage expo in the country today!

On its first day alone, MAFBEX 2024 was jam-packed with activities, stage demos, competitions, and food stalls that will leave your tastebuds and cravings satisfied. Get a taste of the country’s food and beverage industry when you visit the Manila Foods and Beverage Expo 2024! Come to the World Trade Center Metro Manila until June 16, 2024! We are open from 10 AM to 7 PM. Skip the long waiting line and get your tickets now at 

MAFBEX 2024 is organized by Worldbex Services International for the benefit of the ABS CBN Foundation Incorporated. For inquiries and concerns, you may reach us at (02)8656-92-39, or email us at

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