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Xavier University, World Bank ink Knowledge Sharing Partnership T

Text & Photos by Mike Baños

he city’s oldest university and one of the world’s biggest knowledge sharers have signed a partnership agreement which would expand its knowledge sharing network in the Philippines and abroad.

Fr. Roberto Yap, S.j., Xavier University-Ateneo de Cagayan president and World Bank Philippines Country Director Motoo Konishi signed the partnership agreement Agust 26 which links the university as the 18th member to the Knowledge for Development Community (KDC) in the Philippines and the first in Northern Mindanao. Mr. Konishi said the World Bank partnerd with XU-ADC since the latter’s research and outreach programs under RSO Vice Pres Hilly Roa-Quiaot align with the WB’s Country Partnership Strategy for

the Philippines. Specifically, the partners look forward to engagements i n Tr a n s p a r e n t a n d Accountable Governance, Empowerment of the Poor and Vulnerable; Rapid, Inclusive and Sustainable Economic Growth; Climate change, environment, and disaster risk management; and, Peace, Institution Building, and Social Economic Opportunity. The new partnership calls for the partners to jointly undertake knowledge sharing activities to discuss development challenges and solutions with grassroots participation.

Turnover of XU-AdC KDC Signboard

XU-WB MOA signing on KDC

MyPhone recently extended their partnership with Teen King DANIEL PADILLA and #TrendingQueen DEVON SERON as their Official Endorsers. Daniel and Devon is the ideal Filipino Teen Idols which represents MyPhone's Ideal of Global Filipino says Richie De Quina, Vice President of MyPhone. Good Looking, Educated, Confident and Proud Filipinos who loves the Country and God fearing, ideals that MyPhone look for in their partners. MyPhone will be very aggressive in the next couple of months and shall be introducing HERO Products which will further establish MyPhone as the Number 1 Mobile Phone Brand in the Philippines.

(L-R) David Lim, President and CEO of MyPhone; Daniel Padilla, Teen King; Devon Seron, Tranding Queen; and Richie de Quina, Vice President of MyPhone.

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Edu Manzano and Lorna Tolentino make the switch to quality generic medicine


Get quality medicine and get as much as 80% percent savings when you buy Watsons Generics

atsons, the number one pharmacy retail brand in Asia*, gives Filipino families more options for high quality but affordable medicines as it strengthens its branded generics line. In its newest campaign, Watsons asks customers: “When it comes to health, would you choose SAVINGS or QUALITY?” For families on a tight budget, healthcare often takes a backseat to more basic needs such as food, and paying the bills. Based on a recent study done by Nielsen, a Filipino family spends only 5 percent of its income for medicines and health-related services. With Watsons Generics, Filipinos do not need to choose between SAVINGS and QUALITY as it assures customers of quality medicine backed by over 170 years of pharmaceutical experience while giving them as much as 80 percent in savings. The generic drugs carried by Watsons Generics are all manufactured by trusted pharmaceutical partners and undergo a 5-step quality assurance process. “We aim to help

families by giving them more healthcare options and the ability to purchase affordable, high-quality medicines. This will not just give them access to quality healthcare products, they will also be able to focus their finances on other important matters,” said Danilo Chiong, Health Business Unit Director of Watsons. The Watsons Generics line includes maintenance medicines for diabetes, hypertension and cholesterol, antibiotics to fight off the common bacteria, dietary supplements for skin enhancement, anti-ageing and over-all wellness, basic vitamins, oral analgesics, and other over the counter medicines. “In the Philippines, Watsons has always been known for our branded beauty products, but with the launch of Watsons Generics our customers now don’t have to go elsewhere to buy their medicine,” says Karen Fabres, Watsons senior marketing manager. THE SWITCH CONTINUES Following the successful Switch and Save campaigns of Tessa Prieto-Valdes, Patty Laurel-Filart, Iya

Villania-Arellano and Christian Bautista, the brand takes the campaign further by including Watsons Generics ambassadors as Edu Manzano and Lorna Tolentino in its store visit campaign. It is through their influence that Filipinos can be educated about their different health options, which will promote Watsons drive to address the gaps of health literacy in the country. As two of the most respected names in the Philippine entertainment industry for decades and Edu and Lorna’s endorsements have had a great impact on spreading awareness of Watsons Generics line. The two celebrities surprised shoppers at the SM Mall of Asia

as they proudly wore the Watsons uniform and helped shoppers choose the best value products especially at the pharmacy section. They even played a mini-game where shoppers were asked several questions and given the choice between SAVINGS or QUALITY. “We launched a new TVC last month with the same story that challenges you - when it comes to choosing medicines, are you for SAVINGS or QUALITY? And how you can get both simply by buying Watsons Generics. You can save up to 80% and get over 170 years of pharmacy experience on its wide range of quality medicines,” relates Edu. But more than their

influence, Edu and Lorna are also role models when it comes to being proactive about taking care of one’s health. “As we age, we have to take extra care of our bodies, so I make sure that I have a stock of Watsons Multivitamins + Iron regularly to boost my immune system. In the mornings I have the Calamansi Flavored Psyllium Fiber thats tangy and good for digestion,” the actor added. “For my body pains, I take Watsons Generics Paracetamol especially kapag pagod at puyat from tapings.” Edu also suggests the Cranberry capsules which is suitable for urinary tract infection and Luyang Dilaw for overall wellness.

Just like Edu, Lorna, takes vitamins regularly, “to boost my immune system, I take Ascorbic Acid, especially now na tag-ulan dahil mas madali tayo magkasakit and siyempre kapag puyatan sa taping or shooting. To maintain her youthful glowing skin, Lorna credits Watsons Glutathione, Vitamin E and Hyaluron Collagen Powder. “Kailangan healthy and beautiful ka rin from the inside,” the grandslam actress revealed. Just like the Watsons’ celebrity ambassadors you too can maximize your purchasing power allowing you to properly take care of your health and spend more on the things you really want in life.

The Lazada Big App Sale: A Shopping Treat for all those Shoppers On-The-Go! Lazada Philippines is again rolling out five (5) days of non-stop shopping deals for all Filipinos to enjoy. Packed with deals, discounts, and games, the Lazada Big App Sale (www. big-app-saledays/) is Lazada Philippines’ way of making shopping more enviably effortless, enjoyable, and fun for Filipinos through the Lazada Mobile App.

With as much as 80% exclusive discounts on bestsellers and favorite brands, the Lazada Big App Sale boasts hundreds of thousands of products all housed in the Lazada Mobile App. So save and shop now with the Lazada Mobile App and be part of the Lazada Big App Sale(www. big-app-saledays/) this August 27-31.

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Aboitiz is biggest contributor to PH public education – DepEd The Department of Education (DepEd) has lauded Aboitiz Group for being its biggest contributor and a longstanding partner in the bid to uplift the state of the country’s public education system. Speaking in front of around 600 participants including 330 Aboitiz scholars and their parents, teachers, principals, and representatives from the education sector, local, and government units at the ‘Interventions in Education’ held last Friday, July 24 at The Tent in Enderun Colleges in Taguig City, DepEd Secretary Armin Luistro said Aboitiz is one of the first [partners] to show consistency in its commitment to education. “Aboitiz is a partner in almost anything that the education sector needs. I have never seen an organization extending support from kindergarten all the way to college, and even beyond [graduating] college,” Luistro said, encouraging the scholars to make the most out of this opportunity, study hard, and follow their dreams. Aboitiz, through its social development arm, Aboitiz Foundation renewed its commitment and formally presented all its educationrelated projects, including initiatives from its 27 business units.

Last year, the Group spent P437 million or 72% of its total corporate social responsibility budget allocation – the biggest so far – to help realize its goal of achieving universal public education by establishing “BetterWorld” schools that promise better learning environment. “Our strong commitment to education resonates in our commitment to help make all Filipino children lifelong learners through our Education for a BetterWorld campaign. We firmly believe that education is where we can make the greatest impact and we continue to advance our efforts to help improve it in our country. Over half of our group-wide CSR budget is allocated for educationrelated programs, ” stressed Aboitiz Foundation chairman Erramon Aboitiz. In partnership with DepEd, the Group continuously intensifies the development of special science elementary schools (SSES) and technicalvocational (TechVoc) high schools, constructs Silid Pangarap kindergarten schools in collaboration with the Aklat, Gabay, Aruga Tungo sa Pag-angat at Pagasa (AGAPP) Foundation, repairs and constructs regular classrooms, facilitates teacher skills trainings, and grants


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COMMITTED TO EDUCATION. Aboitiz Group believes that a better learning environment helps the youth realize their dreams. Aboitiz Foundation chaiman Erramon Aboitiz (2nd from left) reaffirms its support to DepEd’s ‘Adopt-a-School’ program as it signs MOU with Secretary Armin Luistro (3rd from left). Also present were Aboitiz Foundation President Susan Valdez and Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Sonny Carpio.

scholarships and financial assistance to deserving students. Aboitiz congratulated 39 of the company’s college scholars who graduated this year, 23 of whom are with

Latin honors. In the last 27 years, more than 27,000 students have benefitted from its scholarship and financial program. Established in 1988, the Aboitiz Foundation continues

to pursue its mission to help people help themselves, implementing corporate social responsibility interventions especially in communities where Aboitiz companies operate.

The foundation focuses its efforts on education, enterprise development, and environment but also carries out projects on health and well-being, as well as disaster preparedness and response.

The Greece of Italy Others call it the misery of the Mezzogiorno. It’s more then painful. Recent figures confirm that southern Italy is massively underdeveloped economically - and this also has an impact on its political culture. The reasons for the misery have long been known, but are difficult to overcome. Illegal waste dump in Naples is just one of many more problems right now. The announcement was likely to arouse great expectations. “The cities of Sicily as a driving force for regional development” was the title of the conference at the Teatro Pirandello in Agrigento on the southern coast of the island. It began at 4:00 p.m. - and was already over by dinner. The future of southern Italy was evidently a project so straightforward and manageable that it could be dealt with in two or three hours. What a shame! Italian journalist Luigi Offeddu recently took a closer look

at this March 2010 conference in the newspaper “Corriere della Sera.” He examined the organizational structure of the event, especially its financing. He reported that the meeting had been subsidized to the tune of 23,000 EURO. Of this, the regional authority contributed nearly 3,500 EURO. Around 8,000 EURO came from the Italian government. And the rest, around 11,500 EURO, was provided by Brussels. Even modest results can be expensive, he wrote dryly. This anecdote sheds light on a question again currently being hotly debated in Italy: Why is there simply no progress when it comes to the southern part of the country? The discussion was reignited a few days ago by a new report issued by Svimez, an organization to promote the Mezzogiorno, the Italian south. It looked closely at the economic situation of the region between Naples and Palermo. “The Greece of

Italy” is how the newspaper “Il Fatto Quotidiano” described the Mezzogiorno. The growth rate was even more glum when compared to panEuropean figures: The economy of the EU as a whole grew by almost 54 percent during that time. Yes, we all most face it: The south is dying out. Journalists Gian Antonio Stella and Sergio Rizzo examined the south’s desperation in a book that became a bestseller in Italy. Its title: “Se il Sud muore” - “If the South Is Dying.”They write about widespread despondency and apathy. The oncecreative region, which gave the world great artists, writers and scientists, has lost all its energy. The Italian south suffers especially hard from this lack of oversight, as it leads it to a failure to develop a culture of business and entrepreneurial activity. How could that change, the newspaper “Corrriere

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del Mezzogiorno” asks. And it gives an answer that itself seems utopian: It needs a new party. But a party that thinks about future generations and not the upcoming elections. What’s that got to do with us here in the Philippines? A lot. Italy faces the biggest problems and challenges with refugees in whole Europe. The Italian and European economy is affected. The global too ... ! +++ Email: doringklaus@ or follow me in Facebook or Twitter or visit www.germanexpatinthephilippines. or www.

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Emano boosts construction and rehabilitation of educational projects in MisOr


By Micka Victoria

A proper and convenient school infrastructure greatly affects the eagerness to study of the students. Misamis Oriental Gov. Bambi Emano has seen this need thus implementing t h e c ons t r u c t i on an d rehabilitation of school bu i l d i ng s i n Mis am is Oriental. G o v e r n o r. B a m b i allocated a budget with an amount of P15,815.957 to finish six State of the Art Multi-Purpose buildings in six schools in the province: Baliwagan Comprehensive High School, Salay National Hi g h S cho ol, Me d i na C o mp r e h e n s i v e H i g h School, Alubujid National High School and Initao National High School. Aside from that, additional three school buildings with 3 to 4 classrooms were completed

worth P11,000,150.63 in Villanueva, Bukidnon, Kaluknayan Central School and City National C o mp r e h e n s i v e H i g h School. Another on-going construction of school building with 3 to 4 classrooms worth P2,004,762.42 in Igpit Elementary School has been implemented together with three Day Care Centers in Barangay Odiongan, Sampatulog and Bagocboc in the Municipality of Opol worth P300,000 each. Backfilling of some schools in the province were also made. One of which is in Luyongbonbon Elementary School in Opol worth P4,006,202.23 and another P1,500,000.00 was a ls o a l lo c ate d in Linangkayan National High School in Naawan.

Educational services in MisOr progress in Emano’s term By Micka Victoria

The Province of Misamis Oriental, under Gov. Bambi Emano, has done many developments and progress in the educational services to

Provincial Information Office initiates responsible news writing By Micka Victoria

MISAMIS ORIENTAL – The Provincial Information Office (PIO) organized a two-day seminarworkshop on Effective and Responsible News Writing from August 2223, 2015 at the Provincial Training Center. The seminar-workshop was participated by the designated Information Officers of the different departments and offices of the Provincial Capitol. The activity, according to Ms. Allyn A. Peñalosa,

officer-in-charge of the PIO, was aimed at training and preparing the Information Officers how to write accurate and responsible news. “We are working in the government and it’s very important that what we write is always truthful, always conscientious.” Andre w St ratton, a volunteer English teacher in prestigious scho ols in Cagayan de Oro; Mr. Herbie Gomez, Editor-inChief of Mindanao Gold

Star Daily and; Mr. Cris Diaz, Executive Director of Mindanao Daily News and Bureau Chief of the Philippine News Agency shared their expertise to the participants particularly on responsible news writing and precise data gathering. “Data are always important when writing a news... Find out how to make your story have a broader reach and write with impact,” Gomez said. A seminar-workshop on basic photography will be held sometime October this year.

be offered in Misamis Oriental. The Provincial Government, in partnership with the Ayala Corporation, successfully implemented the Text to Teach Program last year. This amounted to P2,300,000 where 26 schools were able to benefit the learning packages. In the same year, P3,000,000 pesos was allocated for 412 public schools in the province for rehabilitation of school buildings during the annual Brigada Eskwela. In line with this, a total of 6,666

school bags with slippers, papers and notebooks were given to Grade 1 and Grade 2 students in the 2nd district. Another priority program of Governor Bambi in providing a secure future for the youth in the province is the Iskolar Ko Ni Bambi (IKNB) program. In the 2nd semester of 2014, about 1,632 scholars benefited the said program. In the first semester of 2015, a total of 1,796 IKNB scholars studied slaughtering, pipefitting, household services, plumbing, heavy equipment operating, and housekeeping

services. Also this year, the number of students in kindergarten in the Early Childhood C a re a n d D e v e l o p me n t (ECCD) increased to 29,500 compared to 26,700 last year. This included the training convention of 700 day care teachers in preparation for the DepEd K to 12 program. O v e r th e y e a rs , th e Provincial Government, under Gov. Bambi Emano, has helped bring and inspire the youth closer to what they want to achieve and sow for the future.

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TCL to Sponsor Promotional Tour of Mission Impossible: Rouge Nation Endeavoring to enhance global entertainment marketing MANILA, Philippines – July 31, 2015 – TCL, a leading player in the global TV industry, recently announced that it will sponsor the promotional tour of the highly anticipated Hollywood movie “Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation” which will be initially released on July 30th, 2015 in the Philippines. The promotional tour led by the leading actor, Tom Cruise, is expected to make a big hit among the movie fans. Unsurprisingly, the audience will find that TCL has also placed one of its products in the movie when it is on show. In recent years, TCL has been endeavoring to enhance its global entertainment marketing as the company transforms

from a conventional TV manufacturer into a multimedia entertainment technology enterprise and expands its global presence. Entertainment marketing has helped TCL to build brand equity globally, especially among the younger generation. In 2013, TCL bought the naming rights on the landmark Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. Along with that, TCL has previously sponsored movies such as Iron Man 3, The Avengers, Transformers 3, and X-Men: Days of Future Past. “TCL has emerged as a true player on the Hollywood landscape. The global reach of the brand makes TCL a very valuable partner in our plan to build audience anticipation for ‘Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation,’” said LeeAnne Stables, President of

Fr -R Allein Maliksi - PF Star ; Cyrus Baguio - Alaska Aces ; Mr. Eason Cai - Marketing Director, TCL Phils. ; Ronald Tubid - SM Beermen ; Mac Cardona - NLEX Road Warriors.

Worldwide Marketing Partnerships & Licensing at Paramount Pictures.

“Entertainment marketing is a key part of our globalization strategy and is essential for our transformation into a multimedia entertainment technology enterprise,” said Warren Wang. General Manager of TCL Multimedia Overseas Business Center. “The ‘Mission: Impossible’ franchise has a legacy of delivering high quality entertainment experiences, which aligns with TCL’s goal to offer consumers high quality products with superior content, stylish design, and the latest technology at a great value. We believe that Paramount will be the perfect partner to help reach a global audience and enhance

CEB brings out best seat sale this long weekend As low as P500, all-in

The Philippines’ leading carrier, Cebu Pacific Air (PSE:CEB) celebrates the National Heroes Day long weekend with a seat sale as low as P500, all-in. This is available on over 60 CEB destinations, from August 29 to 31, 2015 or until seats last. Seat sale fares are for travel from January 1 to March 15, 2016. “The best CEB fare deals are when guests book in advance. This seat sale is an incredible deal, and can enable even more travelers to plan their getaways on our network,” said CEB VP for Marketing and Distribution Candice Iyog. CEB offers seats as low as P500 on all its Philippine routes,

and as low as P888 on all its international routes. International routes on sale include ManilaHong Kong, Manila-Singapore, Cebu-Narita (Tokyo), CebuIncheon (Seoul), Hong KongKalibo (Boracay), and ManilaDoha. All-in fares are inclusive of base fares, admin fees, and airport fees and country taxes where applicable. It is exclusive of optional travel products such as baggage allowance and meals among others. It also does not include the Philippine Travel Tax, as this depends on the passenger’s classification. To avail of this great travel deal, guests can book through or reservation hotlines (02)7020888 or (032)230-8888. They may also download the Cebu Pacific official mobile app on the App Store and Play Store. The latest seat sales can also be found on CEB’s official Twitter (@CebuPacificAir) and Facebook pages. CEB’s 55-strong fleet is comprised of 10 Airbus A319, 31 Airbus A320, 6 Airbus A330 and 8 ATR 72-500 aircraft. It is one of the most modern aircraft fleets in the world. Between 2015 and 2021, CEB will take delivery of 7 more brand-new Airbus A320, 30 Airbus A321neo, and 16 ATR 72600 aircraft.

our tie with the younger generation.” In order to provide more diversified entertainment content and smart TV experiences for the users, TCL has developed GoLive, a revolutionary international video entertainment platform that delivers a diverse selection of licensed live content from quality TV stations around the world. It has also partnered with leading content providers such as iQIYI, Tencent Games and Roku, and as a result launched TCL iQIYI TV and TCL Roku TV. Apart from the abundant contents, TCL is also leveraging its R&D strengths and innovation capabilities to bring better entertainment and smart TV experiences to the users. For example, its latest products H9700 and H8800 are both equipped with world-class display and acoustic technologies, including Quantum Dot display (H9700)/Curved Surface (H8800) and Wide Color Gamut technology to guarantee ultra high definition and vivid colors, Harman/Kardon speakers to generate an unprecedented immersive experience in sound, along with a Nordic design of the TV set. TCL is currently ranked No. 4 in LCD TV shipment, No. 5 in LCD panel manufacturing and No. 6 in mobile phone shipment on global basis. In Q1 2015, TCL’s sales revenue stood at $3.9 billion, with TCL Multimedia

contributing $1.1 billion, or 28%. TCL Multimedia recorded a net profit of $6.18 million in Q1 2015, up 184.6% year-on-year. About TCL Founded in 1981, TCL Corporation (000100. SZ) is one of the largest consumer electronics enterprises in China. Currently it has three listed subsidiaries: TCL Multimedia (01070. HK), TCL Communication (02618. HK), and Tonly Electronics (01249.HK), with a diverse business portfolio covering LCD TVs, LCD panels, mobile phones, audio and video equipment, home appliances and lighting products. Starting from 2014, TCL is focusing its goal of building new customer-centered “product + service” business model, while pushing its transformation towards “smart + Internet technologies.” TCL is committed to its new vision of “enriching lives of its customers by rendering products and services of ultimate experience.” For more information, please visit its website: http://www. index/index.html Contact: Marie Lara Pauline B. Bobier Public Relations and Marketing Specialist Think Big Events and Media Management pauline@ 722 – 6611 local 112 Smart: 0939 930 1237 / Globe: 0906 207 1237

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Globe Telecom makes every Filipino’s basketball dreams come true with NBA 3X Through its official partnership with global iconic basketball association, NBA, Globe Telecom brings fans closer to the international court with a weekend-long series of basketball events

The country’s leading mobile brand, Globe Telecom, fortifies its official partnership with the National Basketball Association (NBA) as it presents NBA 3X, an entire weekend of balling activities that will bring Filipino fans closer to their basketball dreams. Happening at the SM Mall of Asia Music Hall and Philippine International Convention Center (PICC) on August 28 - 30, 2015, the NBA 3X will allow Filipino fans to enjoy a fantastic NBA experience like no other. All guests and visitors will play witness to the thrilling main event - the most-awaited 3-on-3 basketball

tourney that will test the skills, talent, and perseverance of every basketball enthusiast who will make it through the nationwide search and elimination rounds. Globe is also bringing in two astounding teams from the regional provinces of Tawi-Tawi and Bacolod to compete in the 3-on-3 competition. Aside from flying them in, the telco is giving the teams a complete NBA experience, from providing the best basketball gear to the opportunity to meet the NBA superstars slated to appear during the weekend. This is testament to the telco’s commitment to nation-building by

creating avenues for its customers to pursue their passions and reach for their dreams aside from providing innovative services and offers. “We are very proud and honored to be the official mobile and broadband partner of the NBA, with this partnership even extending to helping fulfill dreams and aspirations of young Filipino basketball enthusiasts. We look forward to giving our customers the best and most meaningful sports experiences with our participation to this year’s NBA 3X Competition,” says Jil Go, Vice President for Content at Globe Telecom.

Aside from the 3-on3 tournament, fans can also experience minigames, fun activity booths, and exclusive access to many NBA offerings. Attendees can also win prizes from these activities plus the opportunity to meet current NBA stars in the flesh. Its participation to the NBA 3X is just the beginning of a slew of activities coming from

Globe. Many fans and Globe customers can expect more wonderful activities and surprises involving the NBA and its basketball stars happening in the near future. Globe offers the complete NBA experience and brings the world of professional basketball to millions of Filipinos anytime or anywhere through its content

offerings such as NBA League Pass and the Piso Mall. The NBA League Pass can be accessed both on-thego or via mobile, tablet, laptop, or desktop for as low as P50 a day. Access also comes free with any Tattoo Home Broadband plan starting P1599 and up. To know more, visit surf/plan/nba.

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Red Ribbon capitalizes on Filipinos’ predisposition to turn the ordinary into unforgettable sweet moments

In a survey released in 2013 by the Annual Survey of Philippine Business and Industry (ASPBI), the number of manufacturing establishments for 2010 reached more than 16,000. Interestingly enough, manufacturers of breads, pastries, cakes, pies and other similar perishable bakery products accounted for 20.3 percent or more than 3,000 of the total

number of establishments. This was a far cry from a time when small, independent neighborhood bakeries catered mostly to residents of small towns and barangays to the massive industry that it is today where bakeries are now conspicuously present in malls and other large commercial areas. The industry has grown to what is now a large scale

concern also evidenced, not only the proliferation of many branches by the key players, but also by the entry of foreign brands. The growth of the industry has not only been a source of employment; it has been responsible for changing the way Filipinos eat and enjoy food that was, only a few decades ago, not the usual fare. “Decades ago, the usual

merienda would be the regular Filipino fare, the kakanins,” said Zinnia Rivera, general manager of Red Ribbon. “Today, cakes, pastries and breads have now become common food items in Filipino homes and enjoyed every day.” As one of the leading bakeries in the country, Red Ribbon has endeavored to make the

consumption of cakes, breads and pastries a regular fare. What sets the company apart is its inherent understanding of the market that allows it to innovate its product offerings to better delight customers. Aside from its bestselling favorites like Black Forest, Triple Chocolate roll, Butter Mamon, and

Dedication Cakes, Red Ribbon leads in developing flavors and variants that celebrate the many occasions Filipinos observe such as Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Christmas, Easter, and the like. “We have always made it a point to understand what our consumers want and what resonates with them especially when Pastry/PAGE 11

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Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT OF MISAMIS ORIENTAL 10TH Judicial Region BRANCH 38 Cagayan de Oro City SHERIFF’S NOTICE OF AUCTION SALE EJF File Number 2015-173 Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT OF MISAMIS ORIENTAL 10TH Judicial Region Cagayan de Oro City OFFICE OF THE PROVINCIAL SHERIFF NOTICE OF EXTRA-JUDICIAL SALE EJF File No. 2015-011 Upon extra-judicial petition for sale under Act No. 3135 as amended by Act No. 4118 filed by HOME DEVELOPMENT MUTUAL FUND (PAG-IBIG FUND), against WILFREDO V. ISAAC married STEPHANIE UY ISAAC, with postal address at LOT 6, CABAL St., B89, AFPOVAL, PHASE 5, BAYANI ROAD, GLOBAL CITY , FORT BONIFACIO, TAGUIG METRO , to satisfy the mortgage indebtedness which as of January 26, 2015 amounts to ONE MILLION FOUR HUNDRED FOURTEEN THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED TWENTY EIGHT PESOS & 35/100 (P 1,414,528.35) , Philippine Currency, inclusive of interests, and penalty charges, the undersigned will sell at public auction on September 30, 2015 at 10:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. at the Regional Trial Court, Office of the Clerk of Court, Tourism Hall, Cagayan de Oro City to the highest bidder , for cash or manager check and in Philippine Currency, the following property described below including all existing improvements found thereon, to wit: TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE NO. T-172305 A PARCEL OF LAND (Lot 2-B, Psd-10-050442, being a portion of Lot 2, Pcs-10- 000108) situated in the Barangay Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City. Island of Mindanao. Including all improvements existing and to be constructed/erected found thereon containing an area of TWO HUNDRED THIRTY EIGHT (238) SQUARE METERS, more or less, registered in the name of WILFREDO V. ISAAC married to STEPHANIE UY ISAAC. All sealed bids must be submitted to the undersigned on the above stated time and date. In the event auction sale cannot take place for whatever legal reason, the same will proceed on the following day without further notice, posting and publication. Prospective buyers may investigate for themselves the title herein-aboved-described and encumbrances thereon, if any there be.

Cagayan de Oro City, August 7, 2015.

UPON EXTRA-JUDICIAL PETITION FOR SALE under Act 3135 as amended, filed by RCBC SAVINGS BANK, with principal place of business at 31st Floor, RCBC Savings Bank Corporate Center, 26th & 25th Sts., Bonifacio Global City, Taguic City, against SPS. ALONA R. PANTANOSAS and RESTY Z. PANTANOSAS, residents of # 6349 Banaba Steet, Reyes Village Subdivision, Bugo, Cagayan de Oro City, to satisfy the mortgage indebtedness which as of June 17, 2015, amounts to Nine Hundred Sixty Four Thousand One Hundred Fifteen Pesos & 10/100 (Php 964,115.10), Philippine Currency, inclusive of interest and penalty charges, excluding other necessary fees and expenses of extra-judicial foreclosure and sale, the undersigned Sheriff or his deputies will sell at Public auction on September 22, 2015, at 10:00 o’clock in the morning or soon thereafter, at the Regional Trial Court, Branch 38, temporarily holding office at City Tourism Hall Compound, City Hall Compound , City Hall Cagayan de Oro City, to the highest bidder , for CASH and in Philippine Currency, , the real property described herein-below, with all its improvements found thereon, viz: “TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE NO. 137-2012009289 (Registered in the name of Sps. Alona R. Pantanosas & Resty Z. Pantanosas) Lot Portion of

: 74, BLOCK 1, PCS-10-004146 : Consolidation-Subdivision of Lots 1333&1335, All of CAD-237 LAND USE : Residential LOCATION : Kauswagan, Cagayan de Oro City BOUNDARIES : NE., along line 1-2 by Road Lot 12, PCS -10-004146 SE., etc., Containing an area of Seventy (70) sq. mtrs., more or less.” Prospective buyers/bidders may investigate for themselves the Title of the property above-mentioned and all encumbrances thereon, if any there be. In the even that said auction sale on September 22, 2015 will be declared holiday or non-working day, the same will continue on the next working day without need of further notice, publication and posting.

Cagayan de Oro City, August 14, 2015. FOR THE EX-OFFICIO PROVINCIAL SHERIFF:

(Sgd) ANTONIO A. CAGULANG, JR. Sheriff IV CT: Aug. 22, 29 & Sept. 5, 2015


CT: Aug. 22, 29 & Sept. 5, 2015


CAGAYAN DE ORO MAIN BRANCH P & J Lim Bldg., Tiano Brothers Kalambagohan Sts., Tel. # (08822) 727-829 * Telefax # (088) 856-1947 CAMIGUIN BRANCH B. Aranas St., Poblacion, Mambajao, Camiguin Tel. # (088) 387-0491 CORRALES BRANCH Corrales Ave., Cagayan de Oro City DIVISORIA BRANCH Atty. Erasmo B. Damasing Bldg., #61 Don A. Velez St., Cagayan de Oro City Tel. # (088) 857-3631 LAPASAN BRANCH Lapasan Hi-way, Cagayan de Oro City Tel. # (088) 231-6739 CARMEN BRANCH Vamenta Blvd., Cagayan de Oro City Tel. # (088) 231-2011

Republic of the Philippines SUPREME COURT’ REGIONAL TRIAL COURT 10TH Judicial Region BRANCH 42 Medina, Misamis Oriental -o0oIN THE MATTER OF THE ADOPTION OF MINORS AIMEE JANE SENO KHO and ARMAN JAMES SENSO KHO, FC SP. PROC. NO.010-M (2015) Spouses ARMANDO S. KHO and MARIA JOYCE L. SENO-KHO, Petitioners. x----------------------------------------------/ ORDER On May 19, 2015, petitioners SPOUSES ARMANDO S. KHO and MARIA JOYCE L. SENO-KHO, through their counsel Atty. Eliud T. Pailagao Jr., filed a petition to adopt minors AIMEE JANE SENO KHO and ARMAN JAMES SENO KHO. Since, the petition and its attachments are substantially sufficient in form and substance, the petition shall be heard on October 28, 2015 (Wednesday), at 8:30 o’clock in the morning, at Regional Trial Court – Branch 42, Medina , Misamis Oriental . At petitioner’s expense, let a copy of this copy of this Order be published before the date of hearing at least once a week for 3 successive weeks in Cagayan de Oro Times , a newspaper of general circulation in the province of Misamis Oriental. The Court Social Worker MS. AIDELIZA JUSON LUMBATAN is hereby ordered to prepare and submit the Child Study Report of the minors to be adopted and Home Study Report of the petitioners/ adopters/ biological parents before the hearing date. Upon receipt of this Order, the petitioners &/or their counsel should immediately coordinate with the court Social Worker for the preparation of the reports. Since the petition is intended to raise the status of the minors to that of legitimacy and since the petitioners are the biological parents of the minors to be adopted, the petitioners are exempted from undergoing the required counselling session/s by the social worker with the petitioners, and the supervised trial custody. Let a copy of this Order be furnished to the Office of the Solicitor General, through the Office of the Provincial Prosecutor – Province of Misamis Oriental, and the Department of Social Welfare & Development – Field Office No. 10, through its Regional Director. So Ordered. DONE in Chambers On June 1, 2015 in the Municipality of Medina, Province of Misamis Oriental.

(Sgd) JUDY A. SIA-GALVEZ Presiding Judge

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