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Reaching Out -Of-School-Youth through “Kariton Klasrum”

The Dynamic Teen Company (DTC), a local NGO headed by 2009 CNN Hero of the Year Efren Penaflorida, has partnered with Golden ABC (GABC), the country’s fashion pioneer and owner of leading brands Penshoppe, Oxygen, ForMe, Memo, Regatta, for “Kariton Klasrum” (pushcart education), a litercacy and hygiene program for unschooled

Judy Ann-Santos- Agoncillo covers Good Housekeeping Philippines August 2011 issue

Check out Good Housekeeping Philippines August issue with Judy Ann-Santos- Agoncillo on the cover. It’s packed of information on a healthy lifestyle plus more about Juday as a wife, wife and homemaker. Grab a copy of Good Housekeeping Philippines, available in newsstands, bookstores and supermarkets nationwide for P100

When we play Alter Space the planet wins

MANILA, Philippines--It's not just a fun online game. Alter Space is the first Filipino online game on Facebook that teaches gamers how they can help protect the planet. For blogger Richard Mamuyac, playing Alter Space improved his perspective regarding environmental concerns—it also helped him get his very own iPad 2.

YOUR BEST BUY: The Tattoo broadband stick powered by Globe

Netizens have new reason to rejoice because Tattoo, the top choice of Pinoy internet users, has just made surfing more affordable and accessible than ever before. The Globe-powered Tattoo has just upped the ante on its popular broadband stick, dropping the price to just P 995 and packing it chock-full

Dressing for success with Tomato

WHILE THERE IS NO STANDARD DRESS CODE that is common to the entire call center industry—and some companies do opt for a (relatively) relaxed dress code—its employees must look professional and credible without sacrificing individuality. Tomato’s chic, comfortable, and affordable fashion items make it easier for call center employees to balance

MIHCA Open-house 2011:A Retrospect in a Retrospective

In 2006, the Magsaysay Group of Companies welcomed a new sibling in its fold with the rise of the Magsaysay Center for Hospitality and Culinary Arts (MIHCA). In such a short span of time, MIHCA established itself as the leading culinary arts and hospitality institution in the country, and has

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