Monday, April 22, 2013

Pasig City : Gears Up For More Of New Business

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If you are thinking of a place to put up a new business, consider Pasig City. You can get your business permit in this city in less than a day.

Pasig City has officially adopted a simplified business permit and licensing system (BPLS), which takes effect May 2013. The new system was the result of a commitment of Mayor Bobby Eusebio and his administration to make the registration process easier for new business applicants.

The new process requires only three steps - (1) submitting the application form and getting an assessment; (2) paying the taxes, fees and charges; and (3) claiming the business permit. If the application form and the required documents are complete, the business permit can be issued in less than a day. Before, it took 15 steps to get a business permit for a new business covering 10 to 74 days.

The Philippines Versus Japan for Asian Supremacy

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This coming May 31st will be the biggest event in MMA history, especially in Asian MMA. Decades have passed and Asian MMA attracted almost a hundred thousand Japanese with its events. Now, it is becoming prevalent in the Philippines. Thus, let us all witness our fellow Filipinos One FC featherweight champion Honorio Banario, Kevin Belingon, and Rey Docyogen and their respective Japanese opponents Koji Oishi, Masakatsu Ueda, and Yosuhiro Urushitani as they wave their flags, fight their best, and go for the win at SM Mall of Asia Arena.

The top of the card is occupied by 3 bouts featuring young combatants from the Philippines against veterans from Japan. This can be a passing of the torch moment in Asian MMA, with three bouts featuring a Filiino mixed martial artist against a Japanese opponent. ONE FC featherweight world champion will be defending the belt for the first time against Koji Oishi, Kevin Belingon meets Masakatsu Ueda in the ONE FC Bantamweight Grand Prix final and Rey Docyogen fights in front of his compatriots against Yosuhiro Urushitani.

For decades, Japan have been the hub for Asian MMA, with events attracting up to 40,000 people during its heyday. However, The Philippines has taken over the mantle as Asia’s most passionate MMA country, with thousands of fans clamoring for a glimpse of their MMA heroes at every public appearance. The upcoming event in MOA Arena is likely to draw an attendance that is the largest in recent years, with 20,000 expected to be in attendance.

Sunday, April 21, 2013

Japan : Day 1 and 2 of the 10-Day Summer Immersion Program

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Since 2009, the Department of Education Bureau of Secondary Education, in partnership with The Japan Foundation Manila and other foreign agencies, has been giving capability-building type of training for teachers who were assigned to foreign languages.

The undersigned has been blessed with the privilege and the opportunity to be part of this pioneering special program on foreign languages (Japanese) since its inception in April 2009, when it was first offered under the name “Course on Japan for High School Classroom Instruction”.

In the Summer of 2010, the program evolved into Course on Japan for High School Classroom Instruction (Entrée 1). Around twenty-seven (27) teachers from all over Metro Manila participated in the program. The following year, in the Summer of 2011, twenty-four (24) teachers from the Entrée 1 program continued on with Entrée 2.

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