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PWU affirms commitment to education with purpose, as it prepares for a stronger future

  • Monday, May 18, 2015
  • by
  • ★JayL Aquino

  • Most schools are not usually built to last and thrive for the better part of a century. Most colleges do not usually make it through 96 years’ worth of presidents, protests, and propaganda. Most universities do not survive a vicious world war to continue its story of heritage, service, and leadership. Most ordinary educational institutions do not. But we are not making reference to any ordinary school here – we are talking about the academic icon that is Philippine Women’s University.

    That PWU’s legacy continues to live strong was evident in its 92nd Commencement Exercises, held recently at the Philippine International Convention Center in Pasay City. For an institution with such an illustrious history, formation and education has always remained its top priority as it continues to make its presence felt in Philippine society today. Boasting a 2015 graduating class comprised of 692 young women and men of competence and integrity, PWU has withstood the test of time to become one of the most reliable providers of tertiary education in the country.

    With this year’s commencement theme, “Quality Service, Quality Education, PWU’s Legacy to the Nation”, PWU reaffirms its commitment to the educational principles set forth by its founding mothers almost a century ago – an institution that provides education with substance and purpose, against a backdrop of quality delivery and a clear contribution to nation-building.


    Perhaps no two people summed this up better than the special commencement speaker, no less than Department of Education Secretary Bro. Armin A. Luistro, FSC, and the class of 2015’s Magna Cum Laude Drew Barie Cajandab. Secretary Luistro recognized and praised PWU for its efforts in education and the empowerment of women: “PWU can take a bow for its trailblazing path to educate and empower Filipino women, not just to become productive citizens of the Republic but… as ‘organizers of civil society, as mobilizers of their communities, and as the pillars of their homes and families,’” he said.

    Bro. Armin, who was also bestowed an honorary degree of Doctor of Laws at the commencement ceremony, thanked PWU for the special honor conferred upon him. “After today’s ceremonies, I suppose I can proudly wear your badge of honor and declare that I am an honorary woman, I am an honorary Filipina. I don’t think there’s any other Philippine university who could have afforded me the temerity for such a claim… Maraming salamat sa Philippine Women’s University,” Luistro remarked.

    Amidst this year’s slew of honor graduates and awards recipients, one stood out above the rest as the class of 2015’s top awardee. Drew Barie L. Cajandab, a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts major and recipient of Magna Cum Laude honors, delivered a poignant valedictory address that affirmed what PWU continues to stand for. “PWU is now going through its own struggles, but that is not new. It has seen wars and civil strife, survived through the country’s darkest days. It has been bombed, stoned, and shot at but it remains to be the Philippine Women’s University its founders envisioned it to be – providing not simply an education, but an education with purpose and substance,” Cajandab said.

    Like many before her, she ended by thanking the institution which has served as her home for the past couple of years: “[everyday] I come back to the Philippine Women’s University not seeking an education, but preparing myself for life. And I thank PWU for teaching me [how] to live,” she declared.

    Other guests of honor at the commencement rites included Commission on Higher Education (CHED) Commissioner Ma. Cynthia Rose Bautista, PWU Chairman Dr. Helena Benitez, and members of the PWU Board of Directors former President Dr. Jose Conrado Benitez, Mr. Conrado Benitez II, and Dr. Amelia Reyes. Aside from Cajandab, other graduates who received Cum Laude honors were Ann Mariel Recio (BA Foreign Service), Jose Michael Angelo de Dios (BA Communication Arts), Juhan Nusrat (BA Psychology), Joyce Tiffany Reyes (Bachelor of Fine Arts). Acheline Jade Tisado (Bachelor of Elementary Education) and Jake Wallace Galvez (BA Foreign Service) graduated Honorable Mention.

    Fueled by its enduring spirit, Philippine Women’s University strives to remain relevant in the field of tertiary education today. Almost a hundred years since its establishment in 1919 as one of the most influential and ground-breaking educational institutions of its time, PWU remains true to the timeless values of its founders. It is a university that develops individuals into citizens of character, excellence, and competence. It steadfastly commits itself to providing all students with the kind of holistic education that has guided the numerous generations that have come before, and ensuring that the same remain imbibed in the students of today.

    PWU began as Philippine Women’s College in June 9, 1919, spearheaded by its seven founders (Clara Aragon, Concepcion Aragon, Francisca Tirona Benitez, Paz Marquez Benitez, Carolina Ocampo Palma, Mercedes Rivera, and Socorro Marquez Zaballero). It set out with the goal of preparing young Filipino women for a life of dedicated service and wholehearted leadership; in 1932 – just thirteen years later – the institution won university distinction, making PWU the first university for women in Asia, founded by Asians.

    Without doubt, PWU has left its mark in history, but its story and legacy is far from over. Now on its 96th year, Philippine Women’s University looks forward to celebrating its Centennial in 2019, as it prepares for an exciting and even stronger future. PWU President, Dr. Jose Francisco Benitez, assures that the esteemed institution will be able to overcome its present challenges, and “with a renewed sense of purpose and commitment to our educational mission and its historical significance, we shall rise transformed and ready to build the scaffolding for another hundred years. Together, we shall build on the strong foundations of our educational mission as the university moves towards its centennial and beyond.”

    Surely, PWU will continue to deliver on its promise made almost a century ago, empowering the Filipino to reach greater heights through the delivery of quality education and holistic development.
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    Palarong Pambansa 2015 Special Games: Opportunities For All! #Palaro2015

  • Sunday, April 12, 2015
  • by
  • ★JayL Aquino

  • Sports. Education. Opportunities. These are some of the best words that describe Palarong Pambansa. One of Palaro’s highlights over the past years is the Special Games category where children with special needs (CSNs) are able to showcase their sporting talents to the community.

    The Special Games are composed of Athletics (100M, 200M, 400M, 4X100M, Shot put, Running & Standing long jump), Swimming (50M Backstroke, Breastroke, Freestyle), Goal ball and Bocce – a ball sport closely related to bowling. Education Secretary Br. Armin Luistro FSC presents Palaro as a means to support the Department’s commitment to provide equal educational opportunities for all learners. “Ang Palarong Pambansa, kagaya ng edukasyon, ay inclusive o bukas sa lahat. Wala itong pinipili, wala itong itinatangi. Ito ay para sa lahat na may pusong handang magpunyagi upang sa dulo ay magwagi” he said.

    Athletes with intellectual disability, visual impairment and those who are orthopedically handicapped will have a chance to be scouted to compete in international events. Among the notable Palaro Special Games athletes are Merill Jean Derama, John Brian Menosa and Lizamel Dayon - all of whom competed in the 2011 Special Olympics held in Athens, and swimmers Jonalyn Hernando and Marco Tinamisan – both with no limbs.

    Amidst the sea of 10,000 Palaro participants are the 850 Special Games athletes, set to be welcomed by the province of Davao del Norte. Palarong Pambansa has also been a gateway for CSN’s to prove that they can exceed expectations with their athletic capabilities. Their perseverance and dedication to their trainings serve as an eye-opener that breaks down barriers of marginalization
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    #EUROTILESAtWorldbex2015 | Eurotiles Showcased the Latest Innovations in Ceramic Tiles at the 20th Philippine Building and Construction Exposition

  • Friday, April 10, 2015
  • by
  • ★JayL Aquino

  • The 20th Philippine Building and Construction Exposition (WORLDBEX) paved the way for hundred-and-one project ideas for professional who wants to improve their craft, and plain home owners who wants to improve their spaces. The trade show covers a total exhibition area of 30,000 sqm, with the theme of “Building Visions in the Realm of ASEAN Integration,” this year’s WORLDBEX is all about showcasing what the ASEAN region has to offer.


    As WORLDBEX celebrates its 20th year, there are 500+ companies participated and close to 200 booths of international representatives including Australia, Singapore, the US, Vietnam, Korea, Malaysia, China, Germany, Brunei, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Austria, and Spain. One of the participants this year is EUROTILES INDUSTRIAL CORPORATION, an ISO 9001:2008 certified company and one of the Philippines’ leading manufacturer of high quality ceramic tiles, adhesive and grout and other construction products. A proud Philippine brand with a world class quality!


    The corporation was registered on June 1989 and started operation in 1991. The company complies with ISO 9001:2008 (Cert. No. PH 01/0030) for the design, development and manufacture of ceramic tiles.

    WorldBEX visitors got a dose of some serious design inspiration in the eye-catching EUROTILES booth. The brand also showcased the TOTAL SOLUTIONS, a wide selection of imported products such as REGINOX, SALTO, DLINE, PORCELABOBO AND CAESAR perfect for people who want style and innovations in their homes or offices.


    EUROTILES presented the latest innovation and technology in ceramic tiles. Gave their booth visitors some tile combination ideas and introduced a better way of installing ceramic tiles using their adhesive and grout called 'Power Partners' with better bonding power superior gap filler and PORCELAIN TILE ADHESIVE. WorldBEX visitor get to enjoy their live 'Like & Share' social media game where they gave away prizes like Android tablets, sports watch, powerbanks, etc. to lucky Facebook fans.

    Eurotiles products such as Superior Ceramic Tiles, Porcelain Tile Adhesive, Superior Tile Adhesive and Grout are distributed through major construction stores, each with network of dealers covering key cities and selected growth areas in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. In Metro Manila, Ceramic Plaza and Federal Hardware are flagship retailers of Eurotiles.

    CONTEST WINNERS:

    After 517 entries, 443 Facebook shares and 439 Retweets, here are the winners of the #EUROTILESAtWorldbex2015 Social Media promo:

    CASIO Tough Solar: Lorena Capote
     Bluetooth Speaker: Kany Vic Perez
     MI 10,400 MaH Powerbank: Istin Dizon Paigna

    Congratulations! Please contact eicadspromo@gmail.com to claim your prize. We will have another contest soon so stay tune :)

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    Robin Padilla embraces organic lifestyle, promotes use of natural cough medicine

  • Friday, March 13, 2015
  • by
  • ★JayL Aquino

  • With Robin Padilla’s new organic lifestyle, there is no better time than now for him to be the newest brand endorser of natural cough medicine, ASCOF Lagundi. This was revealed during a grand press launch held at 55 Events Place yesterday.

    At first, the award-winning actor was hesitant about the project because he thought he would be endorsing a synthetic product --, something he tries to avoid because he prefers to use herbal medicines in real life.

    “‘Nung unang pinitch sa akin ‘to, sabi ko ayaw ko ng mga gamot kasi hindi ako uminom ng gamot kasi kami ni Mariel organic [living]… pero ‘nung nakita ko na organic talaga ang ASCOF Lagundi [pumayag na agad ako],” says Robin in an interview when he visited LAC Farms, one of the country’s biggest OCCP (Organic Certification Center of the Philippines), GAP (Good Agricultural Practices) and GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices)-certified organic farm owned by Pascual Laboratories, the maker of ASCOF Lagundi.

    Robin and wife Mariel Rodriguez believe that one should choose herbal medicines because it is natural unlike synthetic ones that may cause liver deterioration.

    “Marami po tayong gamot na maiinom na available over-the-counter na gagamutin ‘yung sakit mo pero sisirain naman ‘yung liver mo,” says Robin.

    Cough being one of the most common sicknesses in the Philippines resulted in the increase in number of cough medicines, all with claims to be the most effective in addressing it. While this is true, not all brands can claim that they are natural and organic.

    ASCOF Lagundi, an herbal medicine, is one of the few that can claim that it is natural, organic, and effective against cough. It has a luwag-tunaw combo action against cough—a bronchodilating effect that widens inflamed/constricted air passageways in the lungs, giving relief to the patient, and a mucolytic action that melts phlegm for easier expectoration.

    “‘Yung Chairman ng aming company, si Dr. Abraham F. Pascual, ay may advocacy na mag-develop ng natural products kasi marami talaga sa Philippines na halaman na may medicinal properties so it’s his advocacy to develop products that will be good for the consumers. We find that we are aligned with Mr. Robin Padilla’s own advocacy kaya naman siya ang kinuha namin as endorser for ASCOF,” says Ayne Rili, ASCOF’s Senior Brand Manager.



    “Ang maganda sa ASCOF ay sila ‘yung unang brand na gumamit ng Lagundi. Iyong ASCOF, 19 years na sila,’yung iba sumunod na lang,” says Robin.

    Having produced Lagundi leaves from its own certified-organic farm, you can only expect that PascualLab uses the best ingredients, coupled with strict quality standards and modern technology.

    With the couple’s newly shared interest and practice, Robin says that it brought them to different countries to really study the lifestyle. While Robin says that explaining this kind of living will be a long discussion, he says that his biggest takeaway is feeling lighter and more at ease with his body every day.

    Practicing this way of living for almost three years now, the action star feels responsible to share his discovery to everyone because it is good for one’s overall wellness.

    “Meron tayong moral obligation sa mga taong naniniwala sa atin na dalhin natin sila sa tama. Ito ang paraan natin to give back, [to only endorse] the truth. Itong organic medicine is the best na maibibigay natin sa tao,” says Robin.
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    DepEd affirms: We are ready for K to 12!

  • by
  • ★JayL Aquino
  • "On this 5th year of K to 12 implementation, we are running a marathon and I can already see the finish line. We are on our last mile," said Education Secretary Br. Armin Luistro FSC after presenting a midterm report to the 16th Congress on the K to 12 Basic Education Program.

    In his presentation, Luistro outlined developments in the implementation of the K to 12 Program, specifically, the provision of fundamental education inputs from 2010 to 2014. He asserted that, “All 220 divisions of the Department of Education (DepEd) have finished planning and have figures on enrolment a year in advance. Plans were reviewed per division and against national figures then we [took results and] consulted with industry representatives.”

    Since 2010 to 2014, DepEd has filled 128,055 new teacher items and constructed a total of 88,805 classrooms. DepEd expects 1.2M to 1.6M students from public high schools to enter Grade 11 in 2016 and 2017.

    Of the 7,914 public high schools, DepEd identified 5,020 as potential Senior High Schools that are expected to accommodate 1.6M to 2.2M students. The remaining 800k to 1M students are expected to go to non-DepEd schools such as private high schools, private HEIs, SUCs and LUCs offering Senior High School.

    Amid criticisms, the education chief encouraged openness to dialogue and extended gratitude to partners in the legislative who were instrumental in creating the Enhanced Basic Education Act and ensuring that no learners are left behind.

    “The curriculum is done and it is the first time in history that it can be accessed in its entirety in the DepEd website,” Luistro said. He added that while it is complete, the Department welcomes feedback from the public. He maintains that education is everyone’s responsibility.

    Commenting on the strengths of the K to 12 Program, Luistro said, “We looked at the exits (of the K to 12 curriculum). Each Filipino should have skills in Information Technology, Learning and Innovation, Communication, and Life Skills. Mas importante po ang life skills, hindi lang ang nakukuha sa libro. Every Filipino will have the skills to be able to go to school, start their own businesses or be employed.”

    Amid claims that a number of teachers stand to be unemployed because of the K to 12 Program, Luistro gave his assurance saying, "The situation is manageable. We will be hiring an estimated 30,000 to 41,000 high school teachers for 2016 and 2017 and we will give priority to the displaced teaching and non-teaching staff."

    In his closing remarks, House Speaker Feliciano Belmonte, Jr. vowed to block attempts by Congress to suspend the K to 12 Program’s implementation saying, “We in Congress have given them the law and it cannot be suspended. Based on the discussion today, I think they [DepEd] are on the right track.”

    As of March 5, there are 1,116 private schools that applied for SHS permits for SY 2016. Luistro said, “By the end of March, we will be able to issue actual probationary permits (for these applicants).”
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    Enter a New World of Animation Unlike Any Before in “DRAGON NEST: THE WARRIOR’S DAWN”

  • Wednesday, March 11, 2015
  • by
  • ★JayL Aquino

  • The long wait is over, the English version of the worldwide online game phenomenon “Dragon Nest” is about to be experienced in the upcoming first of a trilogy of animation in “Dragon Nest: Warrior’s Dawn” this March 18.

    “Dragon Nest: Warrior’s Dawn” is from Mili Pictures, the first major animated feature from China aimed at world audiences and marks a breakthrough for the Chinese animation industry and will entertain audiences all over the world at the same time that it opens a door for more Chinese animated features soon to come. The picture garnered rave reviews during its Chinese release in July 2014 and established Mili as the leading player in Chinese animation.

    A thrilling adventure story in the style of “Lord of the Rings”, “Dragon Nest” spins the tale of the young teen Lambert, who joins a group of experienced dragon fighters to face the fearsome Black Dragon, which is menacing the land of Altera. Humans and Elves must overcome mutual distrust to battle the dragon and its huge force of frightening beasts.

    In the land of Altera, Humans and Elves, who have battled in decades past, maintain an uneasy peace, living in their separate territories. The mysterious and traitorous elf, Elena, tells of the Black Dragon, which is in hibernation in the Dark Mountains and beginning to stir; the beast forces – a huge army of fearsome beasts, loyal to the Black Dragon – are attacking human territories.

    The Elf Princess Nerwin and her able guard Liya head for the human capital of Saint’s Haven, hoping to convince the human King to ally with the elves to fight the dragon and its armies.

    Meanwhile, outside the human village of Carderock, the young boy Lambert encounters a phalanx of attacking beasts. He manages to warn his village of the coming attack, but escapes a group of attacking beasts only because he is saved at the last moment by the mercenary Varnak. Varnak pulls Lambert up to his flying ship – in Altera “sailing” ships are able to fly in the air – where Lambert meets Varnak’s fellow fighters, Gerrant and his sister Argenta. They take him to Saint’s Haven, where the King is skeptical of the need to risk his forces to fight the beasts.

    While based on the online game “Dragon Nest” – with 100 million registered users in China and fanatical fans all over the world – the movie also represents a new era in Chinese filmmaking. Mili has the specific goal of reaching worldwide audiences with movies that display the dazzling talent of Chinese artists, but which tell stories that are fully international in subject matter. The Chinese and English versions of “Dragon Nest” were thus planned and made simultaneously, and the worldwide release shortly follows the Chinese release.

    And now, soon in Philippine theaters from Axinite Digicinema, “Dragon Nest: Warrior’s Dawn” will open nationwide on March 18 (in 3D and 2D).
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    SM CITY MARILAO’s Grandest 3 DAY Sale: March 13,14 & 15

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  • ★JayL Aquino

  • Excite your retail senses and get your shopping bags ready as we gear up for the next coming months of 2015! SM City Marilao brings the grandest 3 DAY Sale on March 13, 14, and 15, 2015.

    Enjoy a blowout of lifestyle experience, triple your shopping fun and bring the whole family as great discounts of up to 70% off shall be applied to countless items mall-wide. Get huge discounts and great bargains from SM Department Store, SM Hypermarket, Ace Hardware, Our Home, Toy Kingdom, Watson’s and SM Appliance Center, and at over 200 stores at the mall.

    Satisfy you’re the fashionista in you at ultra-low prices available at Payless, Bench, Plains & Prints, Polo Sport Assn, Penshoppe, Jewels, Mossimo, Human, Folded & Hung, Get Laud, Shapes, G By Guess, Jag, Oxygen, Mossimo, Sabella, People R People, Scoop, Arrow, Karimadon, For Me, Petit Monde, Xquisite and Giordano.

    Take the years off your age with the tip-top skin regimen promos from Bioessence, Dermclinic, Dermstrata, Dermtrend, Forever Flawless, Let’s Face It, Skin Perfect, Skin Station and Surgilight. Don’t forget to treat yourself to a fab haircut and hair color at Bench Fix and Shia Salon, where you can bid dull, dry hair au revoir at a special discount!

    Also, discover dinning selection at affordable prices and even tech treats on big discounts.

    SM Advantage Card, Prestige Card and BDO Rewards Card holders are also in great luck as there will be an additional 10% off on prices on top of the given discount exclusive from 10:00 AM-12:00NN on March 13 from participating anchor like The SM Store.

    The surprises do not end there because lucky shoppers may win in the 3 Day Sale raffle promo. By simply presenting a minimum purchase of P1000 receipt gives shoppers a chance to win one of two Suzuki Rader J 115 Fi during the draw on March 15. Increase your chance of winning by doubling your raffle coupons on Saturday and Sunday purchases.

    Hurry! Enjoy loads of shopping rewards. Bargain hunt only at SM City Marilao on its 3 Day Sale, snag the best deals and bring home loads and loads of goodies for you and your family!

    Mall hours will be from 10AM- 11PM on March 13 and 14, and 10AM to 10 PM on March 15.
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    Jason Statham: The Right Face For The Job

  • Friday, February 27, 2015
  • by
  • ★JayL Aquino

  • Discovered by film director Guy Ritchie, Jason Statham, 47, has made a name of himself in action films. His latest film is “Wild Card” by Simon West who directed The Expendables 2.

    From cockney actor to star of action films such as Wild Card, has your career gone the way you wanted?

    The change came with the first Transporter by Luc Besson. I’ve always been quite sporty and kept in shape through competitive diving and martial arts. I was delighted when I was asked to do my first action scenes-all those years of training finally paid off! I really enjoyed it and the films went down well, so I thought it was worthwhile nurturing this talent. In England there aren’t that many ‘physical’ actors.

    It’s true that your films are far cry from James Ivory’s productions…

    (Laughs) Yes. Not many wigs or cups of tea.

    Who were your favourite figures in cinema as a teenager?

    Sylvester Stallone, with whom I’ve had the great honour of acting. And Michael Caine and Bob Hoskins in England. Have you seen Get Carter and The Long Good Friday? They’re real men’s films; today it’s difficult to find scripts of this quality. I don’t always appear in great films, but you’ve got to eat. It wasn’t really my idea to do action films; it was a lucky break and it doesn’t stop me acting in more scripted films like Snatch and The Bank Job.

    At 47, are you now looking for roles in drama films? 

    In 2013 I played a complex character who emerged from the pits of London in Crazy Joe [Hummingbird aka Redemption] and I prepared the role by having contact with homeless guys and veterans from the Iraqi war. I wanted to have more heavyweight projects, but the phone went one morning and my agent said “I have a role for you in a Hollywood action movie” and I naturally replied “Fine!”

    During the making of Expendables 3 you had a near-fatal accident. Are you now much more careful? 

     It was stupid. Basically I was driving a lorry and swerved to avoid another vehicle and the lorry fell into the sea. I couldn’t get out of the cockpit and up to the surface because I had so much heavy gear on – guns, jacket and boots. I nearly drowned! But these are the hazards of the business; there are always times when things can go wrong. Acting is a combat sport!

    WILDCARD” is released and distributed by CAPTIVE CINEMA. SHOWING ON FEBRUARY 18. NATIONWIDE!
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