Bring the Future to your Home with LG’s Home Solutions

Bring the Future to your home with LG’s Home solution is the theme at the 3-day event from November 15 to 17, 2019 at Glorietta 2 Palm Drive Activity Center, Makati city.

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big crowd attended the launching

LG- Philippines smart appliance is one of the fastest growing product line of the company. It is known for its superior brand and quality.

Celebrities Believe at LG’s Home Solution Appliances

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Mrs. Steph Zubiri-Crespi, a long time LG loyalist, boasts how the Twin Wash saves her precious time by being able to do two loads simultaneously. She recounted an instance where the “pause” and “add item” function was a lifesaver.
Mrs. Cristalle Belo-Pitt on the other hand, absolutely adores the LG lnstaview Door-in-Door refrigerator. Simply knock twice on the sleek glass panel to illuminate the contents inside without opening the door, reducing cold air loss to help keep food fresher longer. Its modern French door design is an entertainer’s delight with storage options such as the Extra Space compartment for your small or loose items, and a retractable shelf for your taller and oddly-shaped items.
Mr. Marco Gumabao raves about the LG Black Two Door Top Freezer he’s been using as it offers a blend of timeless style with the latest innovations, maximum storage space, advanced digital temperature controls, and exclusive LG technology.
Mr. Benj Alves a Kapuso celebrity on the other hand, is nostalgic about using the LG Black Turbo Wash 30 as he was used to do everything all by himself, laundry included back when he lived in Guam. LG’s new smart devices are also perfect for families.
Mrs. Dani Barretto together with Mr. Xavi Panlilio and their baby
Mrs. Dani Barretto-Panlilio loves the Stacking WasherlDryer Front Load since it makes sure all of her clothes are clean and safe for her newborn baby. “Everything’s really easier with LG; Another thing is thanks to the use of steam. I’m confident that dustmites, bacteria, or allergens will not get to my baby.”
Mrs. LJ Moreno-Alapag has been juggling 3 kids and household duties so the LG Two Door Top Freezer has been a tremendous help. Thanks to the Multi-Air Flow System, superior humidity and temperature levels are maintained, keeping your food fresher, longer. Digital sensors constantly monitor conditions within the refrigerator and strategically-placed vents in every section to help surround your food with cool air no matter where you put it.
Micheal V
As far as reliability with Commercial Refs are concerned, funnyman Michael V is all business. To safeguard your investment, all of these refrigerators have a 10-year warranty for its Inverter Linear Compressor and the Smart Inverter Compressor, as well as a 2-year warranty for parts & service courtesy of LG. Acting as the captain navigating the Al ship is LG’s SmartThinQ App. With the App, you can control all of your electronics and home appliances anytime. anywhere with just a touch of a button. With the widest assortment of wi-ti enabled appliances and one app to manage them all, LG makes managing your smart appliances easy.
Thanks to the ThinQ Al technology, the more you use your smart appliances, the smarter they get by remembering usage habits to better anticipate your needs.

SmartThinQ Technology

What exactly can the App do? For starters, you can do your laundry while you’re stuck in a meeting. SmartThinQ technology lets you start and stop wash cycles remotely, get notifications when your laundry is done and receive helpful reminders about scheduled maintenance. In the peak of summer? Use the LG SmartThinQ app on your smartphone to turn on your air conditioner from anywhere, ensuring you arrive to a cool home.
LG’s vision of a truly smart home is powered by its proprietary ThinQ Al technology. “LG ThinQ uses knowledge drawn from data analytics and machine learning algorithms to understand the user’s patterns and preferences,” said Mr. lnkwun Heo, Managing Director for LG Philippines. “As it adapts and learns from the user’s behavior, LG ThinQ products will ultimately evolve to anticipate the user’s needs and deliver heightened performance.”
All of LG’s newest products have been engineered with the future in mind. Each one is powered by the Al ThinQ technology so that the difference home appliances can communicate with each pother to actually offer an indispensable and genuinely helpful system. Artificial Intelligence however, is but just one feature. To showcase how the new smart devices seamlessly blend with everyday life, LG commissioned new brand ambassadors who come from different backgrounds, proving without a doubt how these appliances are made for everyone.

Do not forget to visit LG’s interactive installation at Glorietta 2 Palm Drive Activity Center from Nov. 15-17 and the nearest appliance dealers nationwide to experience the smart home of the future today.

13 Lovely Products at the Sinag UST SHS Entrepreneur Bazaar

Sinag University of Santo Tomas Senior High School Entrepreneur Bazaar is a 4-day event held from November 12 to 15, 2019 in Tan Yan Kee parking lot and at the Quadricentennial park ( Q Park) within the University of Santo Tomas campus in Sampaloc, Manila.

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Q plaza bazaar area

The theme is “Pusong Tomasino, Gawang Milenyo, Para sa Pilipino” is a project of grade 12 students who have entrepreneurship subjects.

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booths at Q plaza

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Tan Yan Kee parking lot bazaar booths lay out

There were between 40 to 50 booths spread in two location sites. Each booth had between 4 to 6 group of business model. Each business model have 4 to 6 students selling variety of products or services.

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Q plaza bazaar booths lay out

The bazaar is the final outcome whether their products / services can be bought by their fellow students, alumni or the general public.

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ABM2 booth at Tan Yan Kee parking lot

It is interesting to note that a lot of the products sold were environment friendly, advocacy base, sustainable origins or products which help indigent/ ethnic communities.

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Mr. Kenyon Lim of Handy Pepper

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bracelets and necklace from tribal lumads of Mindanao

Almost all of the start-up companies had social media accounts like FB, Instagram, Twitter or even webpage in order to reach out to potential buyers and customers. The bazaar is from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.

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Tan Yan Kee parking lot bazaar

13 Lovely Products Spotted at the Sinag UST SHS Bazaar

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13.) Pasma Go– creative name with nice pouch and packaging material.

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12.) Labaggie is a product by Siklab- laundry bag which can double as bag. it is sold for just Php 399.00.

FB page: https://www.facebook.com/SikLab.co/

There is also a promo that if one buys two labaggie bag, One can get 10% discount.They also sells cellphone case and bag holder.

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11.) Syesye Baskill – This is quite innovate products which is acts like deodorant patch.

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10.) Retropolitan – Sells different kinds of stickers, which can be used in scrap book, postcards and other items.

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9.) Plant It Gift Tag– This serves as dual purpose for this holiday season. One can write greetings to special friend or love one this season. The tag is made from recycled paper and it also had seeds which can be germinated and planted in a pot with soil. It is Php 10.00 per label.

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8.) Esscent – This product is retailed at Php 49.00 with lavander, autmn, sea breeze, lemon grass , rose petals . The company had twitter : @aromanti_co / instagram:@aromanti.co/ Facebook: Aromanti Co.

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7.) Je Shoes Organic Cleaner– This is a sustainable way to keep your shoes clean. I forgot to ask the seller, if there are chemicals which are harmful to the environment.

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6.) Diwata Co. Platable pen– Another nice environmental products that help minimized the garbage problem. The pen is made from organic wood.

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seeds can be planted after using the pen

coriander, chili, bell pepper, tomatoes, spinach, parsley

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5.) Leatherette pouch bag for laptops and notepads.

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leatherette container for laptops or notepads

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t-shirts, bag tags and stickers for sale

4.) Advocacy Shirts– According to the seller at the Q Plaza, If an individual or person purchase this shirt, a certain percentage goes to the advocacy. However the seller fail to mention on were does the proceed goes or what is the advocacy group that are supporting.

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3.) Moskit – Nice packaging and bug repellent citronella scent is just being sold for Php85.00

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2.) Satriccal Shirt – Creative prints and catchy design.

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1.) Handy Peppy – This is a nice way to protect. This is being sold for only Php 50 and aptly called Tiger’s Eye Security. Some parts are made from recycled bottle caps and can be refilled.

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Sinag UST SHS Entrepeneur Bazaar

Do not forget to visit these booths, until today.

Note: Some of the booths exhibited until yesterday. One can purchase their products in their online social media sites.

Philippine Botanical Art Society’s Exhibit at the 5th International Symposium on Native Plants

Philippine Botanical Art Society and Philippine Native Plants Conservation Society members had a successful opening of the art exhibit held at the 5th International Symposium on Native Plants at the 8th floor Central Laboratory, University of Santo Tomas in Manila.

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More than 50 art works mainly orchids flowers, ferns, flowering trees and botanical prints.

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Art Exhibits and Exhibitors

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Mr. Larie N. Dianco who currently works at the National Museum for Natural History

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Ms. Aissa Domingo with her painting 

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Ms. Madoline Agudo dela Rosa

Ingress started on November 13 morning until 10:00 pm with several artists who came from Rizal, Bulacan, Quezon City, Las Piñas, Los Baños, Davao and other areas of the country.

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Professor Patrick Andrew Gozon of  the University of the Philippines

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Ms. Cynthia Gubler together with Spathoglottis plicata

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exhibit

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exhibitors, symposium participants and guests

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Ms. Carmen Odulio ( president PNPCSI), Ms. Bing Famoso-Tac-an with Dr. Cecilia Banag-Moran.

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ribbon cutting ceremony

Among this year’s sponsors at the symposium includes Binhi, Energy Development Corporation,USAID, University of Santo Tomas (Department of Biological Science ),Center for Conservation Innovations and minor Sponsors, Ramon Aboitiz Foundation, Geiser Macland, John Rendel’s Printing Services, Diamond Office Furniture, Cityville Realty and Developement Corporaration, PaI / Pilipinas Auto Group Inc, Zapata Holding Corporation.

Do not forget to visit the art exhibit until tomorrow- November 15, 2019 8th floor Central Laboratory, University of Santo Tomas until 5:00 pm !

Flores Para Los Muertos Mural Paintings at Manila North Cemetery

Flores Para Los Muertos (Flowers for the Dead) was a joint project between of Pino Art Museum, Davies Paints, Boysen and the Manila city government last October 6, 2019.

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butterflies and birds

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Caesalpinia pulcherrima is a flowering shrub introduced to the country during the Spanish colonial regime.

Locally called peacock flower, caballero, bulaklak ng paraiso or paradise flower.

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heliconia

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hibiscus or gumamela

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bougainvillea

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lilium hybrid or commonly called star gazer

Collective Art

There were at least 300 creative artists from Ilocos Sur, Tarlac, Bulacan and Rizal provinces volunteered to come together and paint this mural.

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sunflowers

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 hydrangeas or milflores

Mr. Ferdie Montemayor ( artist) spearheaded in organizing the volunteers, together with other artists from the Pinto Art Museum.

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 looked like santan or ixora

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The team managed to paint the whole mural in just 10 hours which included 3rd district Congressman John Marvin ” Yul Servo” Nieto.

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bird of the paradise

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Managed to visit the wall few days after they painted the perimeter walls of the Manila North Cemetery.

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chrysanthemum

This also gives more time for the paint to age and the art work to mature.

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toucan and butterflies

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tulips

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roses

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Project

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 The project hoped to brighten the bare white wash walls of the cemetery which borders Manila and Quezon City.

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Zanthedeschia hybrid and Rapidophora leaves

The wall paintings is located along the 500 meters perimeter wall along Andres Bonifacio Avenue.

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Vanda hybrids

According to a long time resident of the area, The local government should also improve on the street lighting along the stretch of the avenue.

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Vanda sanderiana and hybrids

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Phalaenopsis hybrid aka moth orchids

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anthurium

The most popular flowers which the artists painted were orchids, hibiscus ( gumamela), tulips, anthuriums and bougainvilleas.

The public is also advise not to put graffiti or destroy the wall painting.

Modern Townhomes at 134 Scout Rallos Street, Quezon City

134 Scout Rallos town homes, New Manila were located within the commercial, entertainment, education and cultural district of Quezon City.

It had a good central location with good feng shui. Another plus point is that the town homes were built on area which are not flood prone and away from fault line.

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Modern Town Homes

There were concrete 8 town homes, 4 story with lot area of 90.0 square meters. total area between 357.61 to 362.20 square meters.

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It had a garage area parking space between 2 to 3 cars. These can be converted into 5 car garage. It had a pocket garden, porch and foyer. Which is good for an expanding small to medium size family.

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The second floor is spacious with kitchen, living, dining area and powder room is one stop shop. One can prepare their meals at the kitchen area, eat their meals out with family members , hang out with their families, entertain their guests, and go about their lives. It also have a small balcony and a light court were natural light are essential.

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The third floor have a study area or receiving area. The master’s bedroom with walk in closet and own toilet and bathroom. There is also a balcony area, where one can enjoy the city.

The fourth floor had three bedrooms for the other members of the family and guests.

Strategic Location

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construction going on

The town homes units is near New Manila, E. Rodriguez Sr. Avenue, Trinity University, STI-Delos Santos, Saint Luke’s, Jubilee Christian School, Araneta Center, SM North, Eaton Centris,Fisher Mall, ABS-CBN channel 2, GMA channel 7.

Do not forget to call the friendly project architect / marketing representative for ocular inspection of these town homes.
Contact Person: Ms. Wynona Parulan – Project Architect/ Marketing Representative
Email : wynona.marketingymaz@gmail.com
Contact :0926-064-2982