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4th National Davao Dog Summit

| Araw ng Dabaw | March 19, 2013

Lots of activities were prepared in line with the 76th Araw ng Dabaw celebration and among these was the “4th National  Davao Dog Summit”.  Hundreds of participants graced the event – and yes, we spotted some local celebrities in this year’s edition as well!

This particular event is done annually wherein dog lovers from within and outside the city gather together to promote common cause – awareness on animal welfare, passion for dog/pet raising.  It is usually started by a few kilometers walk-run of the participants (with their dogs) to the venue (this year was at People’s Park) and then followed by a short program, which includes dog exhibitions and then finally the awarding ceremony.

The recent dog summit followed the usual program flow (same as before) and it ended a great success.

So, we are excited to share with you here some of the delightful moments we have captured during the event.

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Araw ng Dabaw 2013 Event Schedules

| Araw ng Dabaw, Davao Events | February 15, 2013

Are you excited about the upcoming events prepared by the local government for the Araw ng Dabaw 2013? Well, we have just got the schedule of events. Check it out below – you can surely find ways to insert these events in your busy schedules. Have fun guys!

Araw ng Dabaw 2013 schedules of events

Mutya ng Dabaw Talent Showcase February 20 – 4PM  NCCC Mall Activity Center
Hulagway sa Araw ng Dabaw Photo Contest February 20-March 16 Public Information Center
76th Araw ng Dabaw Opening Program February 25- 7AM Quezon Park
Araw ng Dabaw Sportsfest February 26-March 24 (Different Venues)
Mutya ng Dabaw Semi-Finals (Selection of 5 Grand Finalists) February 27 – 5PM Abreeza Mall  (Ayala Mall of Davao)
Mutya ng Dabaw Community Project Activity March 1 – whole day Various Baranggays
Davao: Then and Now Exhibition March 1-16 – 10AM-9PM SM City Davao – Annex
Hudyakaan sa Araw ng Dabaw March 1-17 – 6PM-2AM Bolton Extension
Mutya ng Dabaw Grand Coronation Night March 2 – 6PM Davao City Recreation Center
Phoenix Araw ng Dabaw Marathon March 10 – 5AM SM Lanang Premier to SM City Davao
Sayaw Pinoy (Elementary & High School Categories)Adult CategoryKanta Dabaw & Laban Labandz Finals March 13 – 6PMMarch 14 – 6PM San Pedro Street (Fronting Agila Stage, Rizal Park)
Sayawan sa Da’n Competition March 15 – 7AM Carousel Route: San Pedro St.-Bolton St.-Bonifacio St. – Pelayo St.
Datu Bago Awards Night March 15 – 6PM The Royal Mandaya Hotel
Lankuban: Musika sa Dabawenyo Concert March 15 – 6PM Hudyakaan Stage at Bolton Extension
Thanksgiving Mass March 16 – 6AM San Pedro Cathedral
Parada Dabawenyo March 16 – 7AM-12 Noon  Roxas Ave. to San Pedro St.
Pahalipay Concert ni Mayor Sara ug Vice Mayor Rody Duterte March 16 – 6PM Rizal Park

For more info, visit the local government of Davao’s official website @ davaocity.gov.ph

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Godiva Natural Skin Care Product Launching in Davao

| Business Engagement, Davao Events | February 4, 2013

(Yes, Davao Portal Team was there!)

The Davao Portal team was one of the invited guests during the brand launching of Godiva Skin Care products held at SM City Davao (Annex) on February 2, 2013. It was really an exciting event for us (we could not afford to miss it) for two main reasons: (1) it was our first business engagement since this website was launched in July 2012, so we thought it’s really a privilege to be part of the said event; and (2) because it was Godiva’s first of its series of product introductions to Filipino consumers ; it’s an honor for us Davaoeños to experience it first – yes, they have chosen Davao for its initial market distribution (the new Godiva skin care product is not yet available in other regions – not even in Metro Manila).

So, how’s our Godiva experience? We have captured some photos below to tell it all!

Davao Portal Team with Ms. Ella Bugayong-Pabellano, Marketing Services Manager of Godiva

 The Davao Portal team with Ms. Ella Bugayong-Pabellano, the Marketing Services Manager, Godiva Inc., at the registration booth. (Ms. Ella was really accommodating)

 

Davao Portal Team at Godiva Skin Care Product Launching in DavaoDavao Portal at Godiva Skin Care Product Launching at SM City DavaoDavao Portal Team at Godiva Skin Care Product Launching in Davao City

We got a chance to roam around even before the program started and the above photos show the team taking some shots (with images of those who underwent FREE skin care treatment at the background).

 ms. claudette centeno hosting the Godiva skin care product launching

Ms. Claudette Centeno from ABS-CBN, the host of the event, started the program with some exciting announcements – including our chances to win a lenovo phone.

 

Godiva Inc. General Manager Speaks at Product Launching in Davao City

The Godiva Inc. manager welcomes the audience in her opening speech, with informative discussion regarding the product and what sets it apart from other skin care brands in the market today.

 

Claudette Centeno and Allan Alforque at Godiva Skin Care Product Launching in Davao

Ms. Claudette introduces Allan Alforque, one of Davao’s prominent hair and make-up artists.

 

Allan Alforque Make-up Demonstration at Godiva Skin Care Product Launching

Allan Alforque – doing what he is known best – demonstrates about how to apply an appropriate make-up for a particular occasion.

 

claudette centeno talks with an audience during Godiva launching

Claudette Centeno asking an audience about her beauty journey with Godiva (free skin care treatments were done during the launching – Feb 1-3, 2013)

 

mallgoers undergoing godiva skin treatment at sm city davao

The above photos show mallgoers undergoing FREE skin care treatments; sample Godiva products were also given to all the guests who participated in the event.

 

claudette introduces the new face of godiva, Jessica Kienle

Claudette introduces the new face of Godiva, Ms. Jessica Kienle (more about this gorgeous lady can be found here)

 

ms. jessica kienle talks about her beauty regimen

Product endorser / image model Jessica Kienle talks about her beauty regimen and shares some useful skin care tips to the audience.

Jessica Kienle at Godiva Skin Care Product Launching

jessica draw a name for lenovo winner at Godiva launching

Jessica Kienle draws a name for Lenovo phone winner.

 

the winner of the lenovo raffle draw at godiva launching

The lucky audience raffle draw winner, Quimz Renegado, gives thanks for the phone she won; she’s a local blogger – her blog’s here.

 

y-fi (young filipinos) boyband at Godiva skin care product launching

Claudette Centeno interviews Y-FI (Young Filipinos) boyband members, who also graced the event with their soulful song renditions.

 

godiva product launching at sm city davaofood treats at godiva skin care product launching food at godiva product launching

Delicious food treats were shared to all the guests / participants of the event (and yes, we did not miss it!)

 

Godiva Skin Care male modelspicture taking with jessica kienle at godiva product launching

Photo shoots with Godiva’s models

Godiva Natural Skin Care product launching ended a great success!

 

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Davao Building Construction Projects (2013 Updates)

| Upcoming Projects | January 16, 2013

2012 was quite a booming year for Davao city in terms of building constructions – both for commercial and residential projects – and this trend is expected to continue in 2013 – and in the coming years – with a number of companies expressing their interests for Davao investments. So, don’t be surprised (at least not that much) if you see T-cranes sprouting here and there – you might see one even in your neighborhood. 🙂

This year, we can expect lots of construction activities in the city and here are some interesting projects in the pipeline (ongoing and upcoming):

Abreeza Residences

abreeza residences under construction

A 26-storey residential tower that is being built inside the Abreeza complex (Ayala Company). The construction started in 2012 and if you check it out today, you can notice that the building is slowly shaping up (they are currently working for its 10th floor). This project is expected to top off in 2014 and the turnover will be in 2015.

For more detail about this project, visit Abreeza Residences Official Page.

AEON Towers

aeon tower davao city

This is a 33-story mixed-use commercial building project by FTC Group of Companies that will rise along J.P. Laurel Avenue (in front of Redemptorist Church and near the Abreeza Complex). The building will consist commercial areas, hotel, and residential condominium units.

As of this posting, they are on its clearing operation (old building is being demolished) to give way for the construction that is expected to commence first quarter this year.

For more details, visit Aeon Tower Official Website

Ateneo Community Tower

ateneo community tower under construction

Another building construction that is currently in the works is AdDU’s 12-story community building, the school is allocating Php 865 million  for the entire project, which includes a a separate 4-story building intended for sports and recreations. If you pass by the area today, you will notice that T-cranes are already put in place and people working in the area are already visible.

More about this project can be found here: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1530086

Avida Towers Davao

avida towers davao city

Rising along C.M. Recto Avenue (Claveria) is another Ayala project that will consist of 2 residential towers (24 and 29-storey buildings) that will house 431 units, including special two-bedroom units from the 19th to the 23rd floor; parking units available from the ground to the 4th floor.

There is no announcement yet as to when the construction will commence – as of this posting.

For more details, visit Avida Towers Davao Offcial Page.

Ayala Technopad (Abreeza Corporate Center)

abreeza corporate center davao city

Initially intended for business process outsourcing companies, the project is now planned to house other type of businesses as well and thus they changed its name to “Abreeza Corporate Center”.

As of this posting, we can see that the project is more or less 70 percent complete so we can expect that it will be fully operational last quarter this year.

The 1st and second floor is said to be an extension of the Abreeza Mall and will house more tenants and popular brands. The rest of the building will be occupied by BPO companies and other conventional office-based businesses.

Felcris Centrale

felcris central davao city

Another major project in Davao City that has just started (last quarter of 2012) is the Felcris Centrale by Felcris Hotels and Resorts Corporation. This business community complex will consist of a mall, a 12-storey office tower,  residential towers, hotels, and other recreational facility. For the mall and BPO building alone, the company has allocated at least PHP 1 Billion.

The project will rise along Quimpo Boulevard, Barangay Bucana (right in front of the Land Transportation Office).

JTC Tower

JTC Tower Davao City

JTC is a 12-storey hotel that is being built along J.P Laurel Avenue, near the SM Lanang Complex. The project is about 60% complete. However, there are some speculations that the company behind this project is temporarily stopping the construction for some reasons – but this is not confirmed. Should the construction continue this year, the hotel is expected to be fully operational next year.

 

King Dome

king dome davao by apollo quiboloy

King Dome is a 50,000-seater “indoor cathedral” that will rise inside the Kingdom of Jesus Christ 23-hectare Compound located along Philippine-Japan Friendship Highway (near Davao International Airport). The project has broken ground 3rd quarter of 2012 and is expected to be completed by 2015.

The facility is intended for religious gathering; it is going to be the “epicentre of the greatest spiritual earthquake that will shake the whole world,” Pastor Quiboloy said.

Park Inn by Radisson

park inn by radission davao city

This is a 200-room hotel that is being developed within the SM Lanang Complex (the hotel is attached to the mall through a bridge) and now is almost 100% complete. It is expected to be operational in February this year.

For more details on this project, visit Park Inn by Radission – Davao – Official page

More Building Projects

 

S & R Shopping Center

s and r shopping center davao under construction

Project Description: Membership Shopping, Wholesale, Retail
Location: McArthur Highway (Corner Ma-a), Matina, Davao City
Construction Status: Ongoing

Tune Hotel Davao

tune hotel davao city

Project Description: Hotel and Commercial Use
Location: J.P. Laurel Avenue, Davao City
Construction Status: Ongoing

Liverpool – Camella Northpoint

liverpool camella northpoint davao city

Description: Condominium
Location: Junction of J.P. Laurel Avenue and Buhangin Road, Davao City
Construction Status: will start 2nd quarter in 2013
Official page: Liverpool – Camella Northpoint, Davao

Abreeza Place

abreeza place davao city

Description: Condominium / Residential Towers
Location: Abreeza Complex, J.P. Laurel Avenue, Davao City
Construction Status: no confirmed schedule yet

Other Construction Projects (still to be confirmed)

Matina IT Park

matina IT park davao city

Lanang Business Park

 

Lanang Business Park, Davao City

 

*Disclaimer: Davao Portal does not own all the images published above – the writer just took screenshots of these images found on the Internet, which were taken by other photographers.  Some  of the images are coming from the respective project developers themselves through their official websites. Due credit is being given to the respective sources.

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Written by: Roy Van Rivero – SEO Analyst at AgentsofValue

email: royvan.rivero@gmail.com; royvan@davaoportal.com

 

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January 2013 PHARMACIST LICENSURE EXAMINATION: Top 10 Examinees

| Education | January 15, 2013

The January 2013 Pharmacist Licensure Examination results are out and below are the successful examinees who made it to the ten (10) highest places:

  1. HENSON BAGAMASBAD TURALDE – UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINESMANILA – 91.62%
  2. JOHN CARLO LABOR MADRID – SAN PEDRO COLLEGE-DAVAO CITY – 91.60%
  3. VANNA ALYSSA MARAÑA YU – UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES, MANILA – 91.25%
  4. REGINE PHILLINE SORIANO DEL ROSARIO – UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES, MANILA – 91.12%
  5. CARLBEE ROSE SANCHEZ TENG – UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES, MANILA – 91.05%
  6. JEROME BOOC MAAMBONG – SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY – 90.93%
  7. REYSA RAPHAELLE GULLE GABILAGON – UNIVERSITY OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION-DAVAO – 90.58%
  8. GRAILE ANN ANZURES JARODA – UNIVERSITY OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION, DAVAO – 90.50%
  9. EVAN TE DYKIMCHING – UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES, MANILA – 89.92%
  10. NEVIA SHEENA ANDOY BOREROS – UNIVERSITY OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION, DAVAO – 89.82%

The results were released on January 15, 2013 (2 working days).

641 out of 1,181 passed the exam.

Highlighted names (4 out of 10)  are from Davao-based Schools. Congratulations!

The full list of passers are listed here.

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List of Civil Service Exam Passers in Region XI (Date of Exam: October 21, 2012)

| Local Government | December 9, 2012

The Civil Service Commission has recently released the results of the October 21, 2012 Civil Service Examination. Below is the list of successful examinees for Professional level, in alphabetical order.

October 21, 2012 CSE-PPT (Professional)
List of Passers CSC Regional Office – Region 11
Seq#  Name Exam No.
1 ABADILLA, REGINA E 19890613
2 ABANES, MAY KETCHE M 19920530
3 ABELGAS, AIKO MARGARET E 19910215
4 ABELLA, ANNALIE FAITH P 19850823
5 ABELLA, FLOR JANINE C 19920926
6 ACABO, JESHRYL P 19901120
7 ACEBES, BERNARDO R 19590723
8 ACEDO, MIRAZON R 19831024
9 ADAM, ROHANA G 19860504
10 ADOLFO, LUSTHER JOHN B 19820605
11 AGAD, ALMAR L 19920912
12 AGUHOB, DENNIS A 19840526
13 AGUILAR, HANFORD ACE S 19881007
14 AJIRIM, CORINA J 19920928
15 ALAGASE, AIZA MAE M 19940509
16 ALBERCA, VENERANDO JR E 19920809
17 ALBIENDA, JANSSEN MICHAEL D 19920908
18 ALCALA, CHEENABELLE T 19920730
19 ALCOBER, LUDWIG NICO S 19911209
20 ALCONERA, JOHN BELMAR E 19930110
21 ALCOSEBA, ANGELYN C 19900902
22 ALDABA, LINDY PAUL S 19860916
23 ALDEA, ALEXANDER JEHU E 19920404
24 ALEGADO, LOCELLE JOYCE P 19881204
25 ALEGUIOJO, SHERNAZ IRAH L 19920610
26 ALEJANDRINO, VON D 19860709
27 ALERTA, MICHELLE MAE R 19930526
28 ALFEREZ, CELERINA F 19920203
29 ALILIAN, ENNA B 19920922
30 ALMACIN, ANA SHEIRA MAE L 19920524
31 ALMILLA, LOUWELL ZAL C 19910808
32 ALONZO, ANGELIE APRILLE C 19910317
33 ALOY, JULIE ANN M 19910709
34 ALPIZ, SHEENA MAE M 19890208
35 ALVIAR, DANIELLE MARIE G 19930310
36 ALVIOLA, MILDRED HONEY L 19920119
37 AMACIO, ANDRE BON T 19870919
38 AMADO, REINAMAE JOY G 19910813
39 AMADORA, JUMALYN B 19900604
40 AMANTE, CHRISTY S 19850315
41 AMPIS, JUICYLHO C 19911208
42 ANDALES, SARAH AME B 19930422
43 ANDRES, EDWARD N 19730414
44 ANG, JANINE LUCILLE L 19921022
45 ANGANA, ZORNY E 19880925
46 ANGGA, PINKY JENE T 19910815
47 ANGOG, CHURCHILL PABLO JR B 19860920
48 ANINO, CHERYL S 19870727
49 AÑONUEVO, JOANNE JERENICE J 19921004
50 ANSALE, ANGELI MAY C 19920531
51 APOSTOL, AIZA MAE A 19830323
52 ARANCES, JAVY ANN G 19921013
53 ARANDA, RIZZA JANE B 19870228
54 ARANTON, SHARON ROSE P 19921014
55 ARAYAN, ADRIAN REY T 19911018
56 ARBAS, LOREY MAY C 19860411
57 ARECAYOS,MARY GRACE N 19900726
58 ARELLANO, LEANNA SOPHIA C 19910813
59 ARELLANO, RITCHEL JOHN H 19920925
60 ARIMAO, JIBRINA M 19921011
61 ARITCHETA, BRYAN ANDREW I B 19891130
62 ARMODIA, RENZ A 19910913
63 AROY, ANALOU B 19870927
64 ASIDOY, CYRUZ GENEREY G 19921030
65 AVANCEÑA, ARNOLD JR A 19920622
66 AVENDANIO, GIL B 19871002
67 AVILES, MIA COLGNY M 19910726
68 AYALA, JUAN GABRIEL M 19900419
69 AYANGCO, RONETTE M 19910917
70 BACACAO, REY MICHAEL O 19790103
71 BACALLA, APPLE GRACE L 19920806
72 BACOLOD, ROSELYN S 19850724
73 BAGAY, FATIMA Q 19900821
74 BAGUIO, RELYN V 19890428
75 BAJO, RUBY-ROSE C 19930405
76 BALAIS, MACELLE D 19911007
77 BALBASTRO, JOHNAIL L 19851011
78 BALDERAZ, BEVERLY GRACE B 19910628
79 BALEN, REJOICE R 19930529
80 BALIAD, GEORGE M 19910605
81 BALILI, KRISTINA CAMILLE G 19900213
82 BALINDONG, ASHRAF D 19790102
83 BALUNGAY, JHULIUS NIKKOL CZAR T 19900703
84 BALUYOT, RHEA LYNE ATHENA F 19910919
85 BANTAYAN, FRANCES JOHAN B 19860708
86 BARINO, MICHELLE P 19890805
87 BARON, NICK BRYAN D 19901125
88 BASAR, FATIMA ELIJAH S 19891212
89 BAYLA, JOEL B 19831101
90 BAYONETA, NEZIE DJOY THERESE O 19850904
91 BEATO, SHEILA MAY P 19850504
92 BELONG, JOEY ERL L 19910404
93 BENANING, JOHNBELLE B 19840203
94 BENDIGO, JONATHAN LAWRENCE B 19860612
95 BENECARIO, AIREE GOLD C 19930326
96 BENEDICTO, RENALOU E 19900326
97 BENTULAN, MARLON A 19901206
98 BERNADES, SHEILA MAY L 19920901
99 BERNALDEZ, SHEENA MAE T 19911102
100 BERNARDO, MARIA CONCEPCION L 19820127
101 BERNARDO, PHOEBE KAYE I 19920209
102 BIO, MARIAN O 19880521
103 BOJA, GERBE T 19901204
104 BOLAÑO, GLENN R 19810510
105 BONDAL, JOHN ANTHONY G 19881003
106 BONJOC, ALLYSSA MONIQUE A 19920209
107 BORRES, KAREN C 19911011
108 BORROMEO, JO-ANN M 19880618
109 BRABAT, LIWAYWAY M 19930116
110 BRAVO, VANESSA LORRAINE L 19920809
111 BREGOLE, JONARD R 19870831
112 BRETAÑA, IVY L 19731108
113 BRINGAS, STARSKY B 19790913
114 BRIONES, JOSEPH NELSON N 19730622
115 BUENAOBRA, VINCENT H 19840505
116 BULADACO, REMY D 19720830
117 BUNDANG, FRITZ A 19920206
118 BUNGABONG, WENDY L 19920801
119 BURGOS, CATHERINE G 19921125
120 BUTAD, CHARE MAE R 19920331
121 BUTT, ANKASH SOHAIL H 19920109
122 CAACO, GEE CRIS L 19920129
123 CABALLERO, FRETZEL A 19851120
124 CABALLERO, VIRGINIA V 19610512
125 CABAÑERO, CECILLE H 19860705
126 CABARAL, BECKY IRENE Y 19900804
127 CABERTE, JAY-CEE BOB T 19870815
128 CABILES, DONALD POE A 19850106
129 CABIZA, JENNEVY V 19900329
130 CABOTE, ANATHEA LEE B 19851030
131 CABOTE, NICKSON II J 19901013
132 CACAYAN, SHELA MAY D 19910510
133 CADELIÑA, MARY ROSE L 19910415
134 CADELIÑA, RICARDO JR M 19770402
135 CADENA, RUTHYSA M 19890427
136 CAGUISA, REGINE A 19920327
137 CAJES, DHYRIS S 19921018
138 CAJUCOM, STEPHANIE C 19911231
139 CALAGO, RAZELLE LOU G 19911211
140 CALAÑAS, CARL JOHN C 19890917
141 CALANGI, CASSANDRA RUFFA M 19920907
142 CALIGDONG, DEXTER SEJM L 19940416
143 CALIPAYAN, MARICEL F 19850404
144 CALUBAN, RODEL A 19880307
145 CAMARILLO, RYAN CEAZAR Q 19821018
146 CAMEROS, FRANZ LLOYD L 19920429
147 CAMINO, PAULA JOY N 19910122
148 CAMPAAN, JOVELYN F 19840925
149 CAMPOS, SHEENA MARI S 19910219
150 CAÑAL, MAE B 19920730
151 CANDARI, JADE ANTHONY A 19920516
152 CAÑEDO, PETER CHRYSOLOGUS M 19880730
153 CAÑEDO, ROGELYN T 19880817
154 CAÑETE, GIL LOUIE G 19921115
155 CAÑON, IRESH A 19841029
156 CANTERO, LAARNI M 19900928
157 CANTILA, RELIEZA H 19930201
158 CAPUTE, KALVIN JAY C 19900209
159 CARBA, LEIZL JOY R 19921227
160 CARBONILLA, IRENE M 19881115
161 CARUMBA, NIKKI G 19901026
162 CASE, JOESEI R 19930108
163 CASTAÑOS, RAYMOND JR L 19750506
164 CASTIGON, EDA PSALM M 19910813
165 CASTRODES, LORENZ G 19901208
166 CATUNGAL, DONNA BELLE A 19921020
167 CAUSING, EVITA ROSE E 19890508
168 CELERIDAD, VINCENT RENE T 19770611
169 CELINO, JOHN PHILIP R 19820908
170 CELLAN, CLAUDELINE D 19910915
171 CELO, JOHNCEL LOUISE S 19900614
172 CERO, SAMUEL JASON R 19830708
173 CERVANTES, KING S 19920811
174 CLARITO, EMIL B 19860510
175 CLAVERIA, JULMER S 19821130
176 CLEMEN, KRISTINE MAE S 19910815
177 CLEOFE, CLINT MICHAEL B 19920225
178 COLINA, JAKE DARREN T 19901102
179 COLMENARES, KRISTINA MAE A 19930614
180 COLMENARES, PAOLO ANTONIO A 19920113
181 COMENDADOR, LORESA JELYN A 19921116
182 COMIDOY, SHERLEEN M 19920229
183 CONFESOR, SUGARAY F 19811015
184 CORPUZ, JOSEPH J 19851225
185 CORTEZ, SAHLEE G 19800822
186 CORVERA, LOUCENE MARIE C 19911024
187 CUBELO, IVAN CAESAR L 19930919
188 CUENO, REYGINE P 19910206
189 CUIZON, NONITO ANTONIO O 19860730
190 CULASTE, LORENZ JAYVEE A 19920326
191 DAGSANGAN, RHEA KAREEN L 19841002
192 DALAGAN, ROSE ANN T 19910902
193 DALANGIN, PAULETTE AYA C 19920119
194 DALHOG, FRANCIS M 19901116
195 DALISAY, MARIE ANGELIQUE A 19920323
196 DANDOY, YVETTE DOMINIQUE S 19931127
197 DATUKON, FARSHANA A 19930722
198 DAVIS, JUSTIN KYLE N 19900524
199 DE ASIS, LERA LORELY H 19890905
200 DE CASTRO, JUSTMIN ALYSSA B 19880809
201 DE CASTRO, KATRINA MAY L 19860516
202 DE CASTRO, NOLI JR H 19901205
203 DE GUZMAN, COLLEEN L 19901001
204 DE LEON, CLAUDINE ANNE P 19911125
205 DE LEON, GELLIE J 19911217
206 DE LEON, VAN M 19790830
207 DE MESA, RENANTE T 19840623
208 DECENDARIO, CARMELA C 19910703
209 DELA CRUZ, MARIANNE C 19871015
210 DELA FUENTE, RAMON ANDREW S 19871114
211 DELA SERNA, LESTER JAKE C 19890903
212 DELA TORRE, ARAH MARIE T 19911226
213 DELA TORRE, ERAÑO D 19850905
214 DELAN, JAMES ORVILLE L 19910409
215 DELEGENCIA, CARIM C 19900407
216 DELIMA, ALEXANDER C 19870320
217 DELOS REYES, KATHLEEN D 19930324
218 DENAQUE, RACHEL JOY M 19841015
219 DEQUIT, MARY GRACE A 19891208
220 DESEO, GABRIELLE ANNE RAE G 19910426
221 DEVILLERES, JET LAWRENCE A 19920906
222 DIABORDO, NOVIE SHEEN B 19921124
223 DIAMANTE, LADY KRISTINE B 19920207
224 DIAZ, HILARY ANNE D 19930205
225 DIAZ, NEIL EDWARD D 19910822
226 DICDICAN, CRISTIAN KING F 19870306
227 DICHOSA, MARY CARYL R 19921212
228 DIGAL, ANA MAE C 19901218
229 DIMAPANAG, LOVELY JOY A 19871028
230 DIMAS, BRENDA A 19871117
231 DIMPAS, MARY-BER D 19881230
232 DIOLA, CHRISTY O 19890417
233 DIONES, RACHEL ANNE C 19910331
234 DIVINAGRACIA, JOHN REIL O 19881203
235 DIZON, ODESSA S 19760624
236 DOLLETE, HYZEL C 19890205
237 DOMINGO, WILLEN JOY M 19870613
238 DOROTEO, HANNA V 19910817
239 DUMALAG, DARIE A 19890716
240 DUMANGAS, RODRIGO JR M 19860109
241 DUMANIG, DANIEL T 19881212
242 DUMANON, JON EARL M 19921013
243 DURAN, GIRLIE M 19890425
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2nd Graphic Design Conference – Graphicon Davao 2012

| Davao Events | December 7, 2012

A special gathering of animators and graphic designers dubbed as “Graphicon Davao: Graphic Design Conference 2012” was held on December 1, 2012 (Saturday) at the CAP Auditorium in Davao City. The said event was organized by DUAAD (Davao United Association of Animators and Designers, Inc.) and participated by various sectors, including delegates from business as well as from the academe. I was able to experience the said convention myself (I was one of the participants) and I could say that it was indeed an exciting and fruitful gathering – no wonder why the event drew thousands of participants.

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This convention is one of the most awaited events every year especially to those who are interested in web arts; for students and even professionals who want to learn about multimedia and graphic design, branding, visual effects and web technology.

Part of the convention that I liked most was hearing inspiring stories and ideas from the best artists all over the country and I can say they really are the best in their fields.

I was amazed by Chad Manzano’s  talk where he shared about his works, which  is, in general, about illustrations for t-shirts and clothing lines. Some of his works are in collaboration with Urbandub, a well-known rock band here in the country. Although he was a little bit weird with his sun glasses on all the time in a dark auditorium, he did not fail the kids with his enthusiasm – both in his work and passion in vector art.

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The second speaker was Ritchie Baquirin, a director of PGDA or Philippine Graphic Design Awards.  His talk was about Windows 8.

After the break the convention heats up with a short game “are you smarter  than a 5th grader Philippine edition”.  That was fun!

The 3rd speaker was Val Nizam Villar. He talked about HTML 5, CSS 3, User Interface, typography, Semantics, and Web standards, which were nice inputs especially for me as I deal a lot of  Wordpress tasks.

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The 4th speaker was even more interesting, the crowd was thrilled when this one-time amateur boxing champion Isabela Gatuslao, a branding specialist, was introduced. She shared her experiences about her works in prestigious brands including National bookstore, Daphne Osena Paez, and Lucy Torres.

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Aseo or Vincent Rhafael Aseo, a graduate of AB in Multimedia Arts in Asia Pacific College, was the 5th speaker. He shared his funny experiences before reaching the top in his career. He said that “chicks dig vector” that’s why he is doing it.  This passion has led him to Germany and helped him to work at Oracoms, the Book of Creations in France and The Imperial college of London Magazine.

The last but not the least speaker was Nico Puertollano,  a coño guy from LA with ‘astig’ performance and presentation of motion design.  The Executive Creative Director of Flux Design Labs gave the participants bird’s eye view on motion design.

The event indeed a big success – and I am looking forward for the next edition of this event next year.

 

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Davao Pasko Fiesta Celebration 2012 – Schedule of Events

| Davao Events | December 2, 2012

 

davao pasko fiesta 2012 schedule of events

One Christmas in Davao (Malipayon, Nagkahiusa)

Schedule of Events

Pasko Fiesta sa Dabaw Grand Opening Ceremonies

December 7, 5PM – Rainbow Drive, People’s Park

Hulagway sa Pasko Fiesta: A Photo Competition

Deadline for Submission of Entries – Dec 27 – City Information Office
Exhibit of Winning Photos – December 29 to January 11, 2013

Pasko Fiesta sa Rizal Park ug Magsaysay Park

December 1 to January 2, 2012
6PM-10PM (Monday-Friday) Rizal Park
4PM-11PM (Saturday-Sunday) Magsaysay Park

Pasko Fiesta sa Pasalubong Center

December 3-31 10AM-7PM Pasalubong Center, Palma Gil Street

Pasko Fiesta sa mga Bata ( Morning Fiesta and Afternoon Fiesta)

December 7 8AM-12 NOON; 1PM-5PM Davao City Recreation Center

Elderympics

Opening Program December 7 8AM-5:30PM RMC Gymnasium
Free Medical Check-up December 8 7:30AM-12:30 PM RMC Gymnasium
Awarding December 10 2PM-8PM Davao City Recreation Center

Kahayag sa Pasko Competition

December 7-31 All over the City
Deadline for submission of entries Dec.6 3PM Duaw Davao Foundation

Parol ug Paskong Kahoy Design Competition

December 10-Jan 1, 2013 1PM-10PM (Sunday-Thursday); 1PM-11PM (Friday-Saturday) People’s Park
Deadline for Submission of Entries Dec. 10 5PM Duaw Davao Foundation

Libro sa Pasko

December 12 12Noon-8PM SM City Annex Atrium, Ecoland

Hudyakaan sa Kapaskuhan

December 14-23 6PM-2AM Bolton Extension

Rondalsaya Performances

December 16 5PM Rizal Park

Pasko Fiesta sa Museo Dabawenyo

“Handuraw sa Himaya: A Nativity Visual Arts Competition for Young Artists”
Deadline for Submission of entries Deceember 13 5PM Museo Dabawenyo
Exhibit December 17-January 10, 2013 9AM-6PM Museo Dabawenyo

Panaygon Competition

December 17-19 5PM-8PM Rizal Park

Rondalsaya Caravan

December 17-25 6PM Various venues

Tugsayaw Competition

December 20-21 5PM-8PM Rizal Park

Search for Binibining Barangay 2012

Grand Coronation Night
December 20 6PM Davao City Recreation Center

Pasko Fiesta Light Show Display

December 21-January 1, 2013 6:30PM-7:30PM; 7:30PM-8:30PM Great Lawn, People’s Park

Lamdag Parada

December 22 6PM Roxas Street, C.M. Recto Street, Bonifacio Street, Pelayo Street, San Pedro Street, Rizal Park.

 

 

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Things to do in Davao City

| Davao Attractions | November 9, 2012

If it is your first time vacationing in Davao City (or if you are a balikbayan that has been away for so long) you surely wonder about the things you can do in the city today – where should you go to make your stay a one- of-kind vacation experience? Well, as you might already know, Davao is the largest city in in the Philippines in terms of land area and that means there are lots of things you can do to make your visit a lot of fun – a perfect getaway!

Here are some of the things that you should not miss doing!

Celebrating Davao Festivals

Kadayawan Street Dancing Competition

There are three major festivals you can experience in Davao City in a year. If you are visiting in the month of March, it’s the perfect time to join with Davaoenos in celebrating “Araw ng Dabaw,” which showcases lots of fun activities including street dancing and floral parade competition; agricultural trade; and Mutya ng Davao Pageant,etc.

If you plan to visit in August, you should not miss the Kadayawan Festival, which is considered the festival of festivals in Mindanao, a thanksgiving  celebration for the bountiful harvests and a presentation of rich local culture.

Pasko Fiesta in Davao - Photo Credit: Davaobuzz.com

During Christmas season, the city celebrates “Pasko Fiesta,” a kind of festival aimed to showcase local talents and creativity through Christmas lightings and decoration competitions, which are highlighted in a Christmas parade.

 

Visiting Davao Landmarks

Davao City Hall - photo credit: marcopolohotel.com

There are lots of important landmarks in Davao City that reflects its cultural, historical, and political values. You should not miss visiting the local executive building, the City Hall of Davao located along San Pedro Street (20 to 30-minute ride from the airport); and, just beside it, the Sangguniang Panglungsod, where you can witness legislative sessions (things you should not miss if you are politically-inclined person). And, right across the SP building is the famous San Pedro Cathedral – one of the oldest churches in the city. Davao Museum - photo credit: Mark Anthony MarangaAlso, a few distance from the SP, at the back, is the Museo Davaoeno (Davao Museum) – another place that reflects the life and lifestyle of Davaoenos in an array of colors – where you can see artifacts, art exhibits from Davao-based artists, historical and indigenous people’s photos, etc.

FYI: You can visit the city hall, SP legislative building, San Pedro Cathedral, Davao Museum, and Quezon Park in one hour since they are all in the same area.

Have fun at Davao Crocodile Park

davao crocodile parkIf you are an animal lover, you must be excited visiting this spot. Have you heard about “Pangil”? Well, it lives there – the biggest croc in town. But there is more than seeing crocodiles’ fangs; the place is not only a home of cultured crocs but a haven for a variety of other animals as well – you can see snakes (big pythons are there!), birds, monkeys , deers, wild boars, tigers, etc. The park also has a butterfly garden.

FYI: Davao Crocodile Park is located in Ma-a, Davao City – 20-30 mins from Davao International Airport.

Nature Tripping

pearl farm beach resort - davaoportal.com

Davao also has a lot to offer when it comes to nature trips – from island to highland, as they say it. If you love beach outing, you can have it anytime you want as the city has lots of beach resorts to offer, including the world-class Pearl Farm Beach Resort and the Paradise Island Resort – both are located in Samal Island, about 30 to 60-minute (at most 2 hours) ferry ride from Davao City proper.

eden nature park, davao city

Aside from beaches, you can also visit some of the city’s famous mountain resorts such as the Eden Nature Park and Loleng’s Mountain Resort – both offer a perfect nature-inspired place for event gatherings, whether for business or leisure.  These resorts accept walk-in visitors, aside from the conventional bookings; they are about 20 and 25 kilometers away respectively from downtown Davao.

Another recommended place to visit for those who love nature is the Malagos Garden Resort, about one-hour taxi ride from the city proper. This place is the home of the King of Birds – The Philippine Eagle – and other animals and diverse tropical plants. There is nothing to worry about accommodations – it has hotel facilities in a nature environment.

outland adventure davao city

If you are into sports or extreme adventures, you have lots of choices to try as well. You might want to try Davao river-rafting and experience the excitement of wildwaters. You can also try to visit Davao Outland Aventure, another extreme adventure facility in the city that offers rope and obstacle courses as well as cable and ziplines. The site is located in Ma-a, just 10-15 minutes away from downtown in a taxi ride.

Wakeboarding is also another exciting activity you can try in the city and you can have it at Deca Wakeboard Park.

And, if  you want to experience the ultimate, you might be interested climbing the highest peak in the Philippines , Mt. Apo – the ultimate destination of mountain climbers  especially during lenten season.

Back into the war era – visit the Japanese Tunnel

japanese tunnel davao city

Located along the Diversion Road in Davao City, the Japanese Tunnel Resort has been attracting both local and foreign tourists since the first time it was made open to public. This tunnel was made during World War II – at the time of Japanese occupation in the city. Stretching about 300 meters deep. The tunnel is said to be carved by the Davao Prisoners of War in 1942. Aside from this main attraction, the resort also offers other facilities including swimming pool and restaurant.

Spend your leisure time at People’s Park

people's park davao city

Located in the heart of Downtown Davao, this 4-hectare park offers a place to relax and a venue for fun activities in the middle of this bustling metropolis. This park was inaugurated and was made open to public way back in 2007, showcasing diversified tropical plants, fountains, man-made waferfalls, playground for children, and a whole lot more. Aside from visitors who want to relax during their idle time (you can see most of them sitting on long benches under big tropical trees) it is also the favorite spot for those who exercise daily. The best times to go in the area is early in the morning, around 5 to 8 AM as it is open for people who go there for fitness purposes  (Jogging, weights, etc.) and in late afternoon at around 4 PM onward. The park closes at around 9 to 10 PM.

FYI: The park is surrounded by restaurants, hotels, shopping centers, and other leisure places. It is a walking distance from the famous Apo View Hotel, Marco Polo Hotel, and the Royal Mandaya Hotel, and some of the best budget hotels in the city. Walking distance restaurants are Primos, Toryano’s, Pards, Tsuru (Japanese restaurant), and Hanoi (Vietnamese restaurant).

Mall hopping

Abreeza mall davao cityDavao city is home to about 1.5 million people so there’s no wonder why shopping malls are sprouting everywhere. Wherever you are in the city, you can surely find malls near you. Along J.P Laurel Avenue nestled the biggest shopping malls in the city, including Gaisano Mall of Davao, Victoria Plaza Mall, Abreeza (Ayala Mall), and the newly-opened and the biggest of them all, the SM Lanang Premier. Along McArthur Highway (Ma-a intersection), there you can find NCCC Mall; SM City Davao is located along Quimpo Boulevard (south of Davao); Gaisano Grand Citymall is along Ilustre Street – a few meters away from Davao Doctors Hospital.

Satisfy your stomach – food trip in davao

penong's barbecue and grill house, davao cityAs I have mentioned, there is nothing to worry about places to eat as you can find them anywhere in the city – plated, buffet, fine dining, etc. But of course, you should try some of of the famous home-grown restaurants. You might want to try dining at Penong’s (barbecue and seafoods), Harana (don’t you enjoy being serenaded while eating?). You might also want dining while seeing the  lovely panoramic view of the city – try Jack’s Ridge in Shrine Hills and Hilltop along Diversion road.

So, those are the things you can do in Davao City – but they are just a ‘tip of an iceberg’ as there are so much more you can do to make your Davao vacation a truly one-of-a-kind experience.

Have a great vacation!

 

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October 2012 Accounting Board Exam Results (Davao-based schools’ performance)

| Education | October 15, 2012

The University of Mindanao and Ateneo de Davao University emerged as the top performers among the accounting schools (with more than 50 examinees) in the city, with 70.59% and 65.73% passing rates respectively. This is based on the CPA Licensure Examination Results released by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC)  in October 2012.

Here’s the complete list of schools in Davao City that offer accounting courses with their respective passing rates in October 2012 (in alphabetical order):

  1. Ateneo de Davao University (65.73%)
  2. Christian Colleges of Southeast Asia (not listed in the results)
  3. Holy Cross of Davao College (35.21%)
  4. Jose Maria College (o%)
  5. Philippine College of Technology (not listed in the results)
  6. Rizal Memorial Colleges (100%)
  7. University of Mindanao (70.59%)
  8. University of the Immaculate Concepcion (66.67%)

More details of  the Accounting Board Exam Results (in figures):

OCTOBER 2012 CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT LICENSURE EXAMINATION

PERFORMANCE OF DAVAO-BASED ACCOUNTING SCHOOLS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER

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davao-based schools' performance in October 2012 accounting board exam

Other important data to  note:

  • Ateneo had the biggest number of examinees (with a total of 143 – first timers and repeaters combined) in the recently concluded exam.
  • University of Mindanao got the highest passing rate for first time takers (among schools with above 50 examinees).
  • RMC got 100% passing rate for its sole repeater examinee (the school had no first time takers)
  • Ateneo got the highest passing rate for repeaters – 44.44%
  • UIC got 88.89%  passing rate – 8 out of 9 first time takers passed the exam; however, it got 0% for repeaters – no one passed among its three repeaters.

Related:

FULL LIST OF SUCCESSFUL ACCOUNTING EXAMINEES IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER (OCTOBER 2012)

PERFORMANCE OF SCHOOLS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER IN OCTOBER 2012 CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT LICENSURE EXAMINATION

PERFORMANCE OF SCHOOLS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER IN MAY 2012 CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT LICENSURE EXAMINATION

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