IT HAS been three years now since Casino Español de Cebu first organized a Talents' Night dubbed Casino Got Talent. An enjoyable evening of excellent food and extraordinary entertainment (from the singing and dancing talents of the club), it has become a yearly affair that the members look forward to.
CEBU Landmasters, Inc.’s flagship office project Park Centrale bagged the Best Commercial Development in Cebu award from the prestigious Philippines Property Awards 2014.
“It’s another milestone for the company as it continues to grow and create world-class developments,” said Jose Franco Soberano, chief operating officer.
A LUCKY shopper from Tayud, Consolacion, Cebu won a brand new car during the 3-Day Sale raffle draw in SM City Cebu.
Lauro Zaragosa, 42 years old, won a brand new Suzuki Ertiga during the raffle draw witnessed by a DTI representative.
SPLASH Corporation, manufacturer of popular personal care products carrying popular brands such as Skin White, Maxi-Peel and Biolink, has ventured into direct selling giving birth to Splash Direct Sales.
With a commitment to the community to transform the lives of the Filipino people, Splash Direct Sales reaches out to the far-flung provinces and areas of the countries to give the Filipino people business opportunities.
SHARING mooncakes is one of the hallmark traditions of the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival. People present mooncakes to relatives and friends to show that they wish them a long and joyous life.
For this year’s Mid-Autumn Festival celebration, offer your loved ones this symbol of love and appreciation as Waterfront Cebu City Hotel and Casino proudly offers Mid-Autumn Mooncakes.
HEAD to SM City Cebu and SM City Consolacion to enjoy great surprises this Mooncake Festival from Sept. 1 to 8.
The celebration is one of the most important annual festivals for the Chinese people.
IT happens every day. Not only at home, at school or at work: science is everywhere. At the mall, even.
In partnership with Parkmall, the Philippine Foundation for Science and Technology (PFST) brings in for the first time to Mandaue City, “Science Works!,” the traveling exhibition of the first interactive museum in the country—Philippine Science Centrum (PSC). The first PSC stint in Cebu was in 1994 in Lapu-Lapu City.
The “Culture of Tourism Advocacy Program” (CTAP), a team initiative of the Academe, Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCCI) tourism committee, Cebu’s tourism based stakeholders, Department of Tourism (DOT), and the local communities of the Province and City of Cebu, reeled off with some 1,000 students, faculty and stakeholders at the sponsor’s venue, the University of San Jose-Recoletos (USJ-R) Colleges of Arts and Sciences and Commerce. It featured the fifth of the People Success stories.
Art Park celebrates the country’s homegrown talents. The four-month exhibit features (will run until Dec. 15) the thought-provoking and interesting stone-cast installations and sculptures of Juan Guido Lubanga, one of Cebu’s brilliant artists, around the parks of the Ayala Center Cebu.
Launched first in 2009 in Greenbelt Makati, Art Park collaborates with notable artists to transform Ayala Malls’ spaces into one magnificent canvas and fluid gallery where art can best be experienced up close.
IN 2001, The Mandaue Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MCCI) launched an economic empowerment initiative for women from the grassroots. The project, dubbed Winners or Women In Need Now Entrepreneurs and Role Models, is the search for hard-working women who are engaged in small businesses in the barangays of Mandaue City.