It’s the film fest season in the Philippines again! One of the features is Paul Soriano’s Siargao (the movie). I’m planning to see this, along with the intriguing Ang Larawan. I’ll update this post and add a mini-review once I see the film.
ChemExpo 2017, an International Chemical Products and Specialty Chemical Exhibition and Conference, brings together the biggest assemblage of chemical producers, manufacturers, and processors in the Philippines and around the globe, from November 24 to 26, 2017 at the World Trade Center, Pasay City.
The event will focus on major industries in manufacturing and related services such as Agriculture, Plastic and Rubber, Petrochemicals, Waste and Energy, Automotive and Electronics, Pharmaceuticals, Construction, and Water Treatment.
ChemExpo 2017 aims to reach local businesses as well as global markets by showcasing the Philippine Chemical Industry’s potential for optimal quality products and exceptional customer care value. The Philippine chemical industry sees a bright future for investment in the country as present demographics point to a promising market base for pharmaceuticals, personal care products, cosmetics, and other chemical-reliant merchandise.
The industry is committed to continually improve its growth process through responsible and sustainable practices that would greatly contribute to the nation’s socio-economic development. Over 100 foreign participants from China, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, and Europe will be joining the Expo making it a veritable international trade scene.
For more information, visit the ChemExpo 2017 website.
This week, the Camiguin Tourism Office launched an advertisement just in time for the yearly Lanzones Festival (October 22-31). If this doesn’t make you want to go to Camiguin in Mindanao, I don’t know what else will.
It is hard to lead a modern life without technology. However, the problem for many of us is that we are so tied to our smartphones and work that it can be really difficult to completely switch off when the time comes to take a vacation.
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Last Wednesday, I decided to make positive changes to my diet. At my boyfriend’s recommendation, I started the RESET Program with Usana Nutrimeal, and I’m glad I did. It was the beginning of a rewarding journey.
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TravelBook.ph, a leader in providing excellent online hotel booking deals in the Philippines, now becomes a one-stop website for all your travel needs as they are now offering Tours, Activities, and Transfers.
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Long weekend or not, going on a road trip is always a good idea. If you live in Manila, you must know that there are a lot of awesome spots near the city where you can relax and have fun with friends. Here are five road trip ideas for the weekend that you can troop to for a quick R&R.
Sometimes life gives us lemons. They say that we need to turn them into lemonade, but there are times when we just can’t do that on our own. These are times when we bring in a professional, and if you have a security issue, you need to find a trustworthy locksmith.