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May 2020



How hotels can implement the new normal to their clients  and enhance their safety protocols in COVID-19? As we all know Hotel Sogo the leading hotel chain in the Philippines is now ready to leap into the new normal as part of its So Clean, So Good, So Safe campaign under the Sogo Safe Program that aims to secure the safety of its employees and guests.

Also Hotel Sogo continuously implements precautionary measures such as temperature checking upon entering the hotel, placement of alcohol and hand sanitizers in common areas and information dissemination on COVID-19 since December 2019.

Hotel Sogo are doing this by implementing enhanced protocols for sanitation and cleanliness that has been applied in all its branches. This new rules will benefit guest and staff alike.

New Normal Features

  • At Hotel

  1. Uniforms of hotel staff are redesigned to incorporate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  2. Temperature screening and disinfection mats upon entering the hotel
  3. Social distancing in front desk
  4. Installation of protective acrylic glass panel in front desk
  5. Social distancing with markers and limit of persons in elevators
  6. Hand Sanitizers in common areas
  7. Contactless hotel features (doors and elevators)
  8. UVC light treatment is also modified in elevator consoles, door handles, keycard cases, cash register and food preparation
  9. Use of UVC disinfection light array cart in cleaning and disinfection of rooms and bathrooms. Studies show that the use of UVC, with wavelengths between 200 and 270 nanometre (nm), can kill microbes, germs, bacteria and viruses. This has been adopted since use of UVC is done in recent years and is also used in disinfecting hospitals as UVC kills pathogens and microorganisms.
  10. Constant disinfection in all amenities is also implemented
  11. No-contact facilities from lobby doors to toilet fixtures thru installing foot door opener and foot-controlled dispenser.
  12. Hotel Sogo has created newly designed giveaways for the guests such as no contact keys and sanitizers. No-contact key serves as a tool in touching common objects like door handles, elevator buttons, and ATMs.
  13. Hotel Sogo Mobile app is also up for contact tracing.
  • At Corporate Office

  1. Temperature checks upon entering the office.
  2. Hand sanitizers in common areas.
  3. Limit to number of people using the elevator.
  4. Social distancing in workplace and in crowded areas like canteen.
  5. Provision of multivitamins to employees.

Hotel Sogo Social Responsibility:  Cares Program

  • Hotel Sogo is the first to provide free room accommodations that served as temporary shelter to healthcare workers and frontliners
  • A total of P80-million worth of donation or more than 800 room accommodations were given to healthcare workers, OFWs, and seafarers repatriates for free
  • This is in coordination with 10 city mayors and 31 hospitals in the country

To know more  about Hotel Sogo, just visit their website and  official  Social Media Accounts:




Ankiti Bose, Co-Founder and CEO of Zilingo, ONE Championship Edition’ as Guest Judge

Ankiti Bose, Co Founder and CEO of Zilingo

Proudly announced today by ONE Championship™ (ONE), the largest global sports media property in Asian history, that Zilingo Co-Founder and CEO Ankiti Bose is confirmed to join ONE Championship Chairman and CEO Chatri Sityodtong on The Apprentice: ONE Championship Edition as one of 12 guest CEOs.

Ankiti Bose, co-Founder and CEO of Zilingo, stated: “I am thrilled to join Chatri on the show. It will be one of the most exhilarating experiences for the contestants and we look forward to discovering some of the brightest minds among them.” Bose will help judge and mentor 16 contestants in a high-stakes game of business competitions and physical challenges in what Sityodtong describes as “the toughest version of The Apprentice yet.”

Chatri Sityodtong, Chairman and CEO of ONE Championship, stated: “It is my honor to announce that Ankiti Bose, co-Founder and CEO of Zilingo, has been confirmed as one of the 12 guest CEOs on The Apprentice: ONE Championship Edition. Ankiti is a truly inspiring young woman who was able to convert her dream into reality. Her business acumen is absolutely incredible and I have no doubt she will be a huge inspiration for our 16 contestants. I am excited to have Ankiti on the show.”

In 2015, at the age of 23, Bose founded Zilingo. Under her leadership, Zilingo has raised over US$300,000,000 and created one of the largest B2B commerce businesses in Asia. Bose started her career as a Management Consultant with McKinsey & Company before joining Sequoia Capital. Leveraging her cumulative experience from each part of the entrepreneurial ecosystem, she is passionate about mentoring aspiring entrepreneurs.

The Apprentice: ONE Championship Edition will invite sixteen (16) contestants handpicked from around the world to compete in a high-stakes game of business and physical challenges. The winner will receive a US$250,000 job offer to work directly under Sityodtong for a year as his protege in Singapore.

For more information on The Apprentice: ONE Championship Edition, please visit: And for more updates on ONE Championship, please visit, follow us on Twitter and Instagram @ONEChampionship, and like us on Facebook at


Philippine hit! 2gether soundtrack by Scrubb


Official soundtrack featuring the music of Thai crossover sensation Scrubb, after the massive hype surrounding 2gether: The Series. This continues to dominate streaming platforms such as Spotify with an average of four to six entries a day on the Philippines Viral Top 50. Scrubb’s songs have somehow aided in championing a narrative that supports the unique romantic experiences of the LGBTQ+ community. Their involvement in the official soundtrack of a pop culture behemoth encourages visibility and representation in mainstream media, which has long shunned stories that go against societal norms.

“As an artist, we have no specific audience, our songs are our diaries. It’s a way for us to keep the good memories from that period of time. I think the listeners can also relate to the song as they face similar situation or atmosphere. We are happy when anyone can enjoy and get inspired by our song no matter who they are.” shares MueyThawatponWongbunsiri, the other half of Scrubb.

Aside from their contribution to the 2gether soundtrack, the Smile duo has recently released their new single “ธรรมดา (Everyday)” earlier this year with a music video directed by prolific filmmaker Domu. Their back catalog, which features previous hits, “ขอ (Wish),” “ทุกอย่าง (Everything),” “รอยยิ้ม (Smile),” and “ใกล้ (Close),” has consistently charted on the local digital and streaming services for more than a month. Its success in the Philippines and the Asian region is propelled by the publicity it received from the smash series, which currently airs on Thailand’sGMM 25 and Line TV, as well as the YouTube account of GMMTV.

“The author is one of our fans who started writing this story as an online fiction inspired by our songs,” recalls Scrubb’s Torpong “Ball” Chantabubpha on how their infectious set of melodic guitar pop tunes made its way to the Original Soundtrack (OST) of the Boys Love (BL)hit. “Then it got published as a book. Finally, the series came out, which encouraged more people to listen to our songs. We have to thankJitti, the author, for putting our songs in the original story and making all of these things happen.”

To date, the folk-pop duo has been receiving offers to play a number of shows abroad from international promoters. Ball adds, “Our plans to tour outside Thailand are forced to stop because of COVID-19 outbreak. At the moment we are writing, rehearsing, and preparing to be back on stage once again once this pandemic is finally over. We also hope that we’ll get a chance to be there and play for our fans in the Philippines soon.”

The songs from the official soundtrack of 2gether: The Series, which prominently feature the music of Scrubb, are now available on all digital and streaming platforms worldwide via Sony Music.






Tips on How to Safely Shop Online

We are still experiencing the COVID-19 pandemic and this led to a decline in the global economy, with the majority of businesses, big or small, that run through physical stores being the most affected. Because of this people are moving online to buy essentials instead of going out to avoid getting infected. A report said that Southeast Asia’s e-commerce industry is the biggest factor for its growth as it grew from a value of US$5.5 billion in 2015 to US$38 billion in 2019. Now, the sector is on track to exceed US$150 billion by 2025.

One should definitely expect the numbers to be higher than the original prediction as people right now, especially in the Philippines, are staying at home. However, despite the convenience of online shopping, scams, identity theft, and other cyber-crimes can still happen. Buying online for food, clothes, and essential items from people outside of e-commerce websites need to be approached with caution as a consumer can never be too careful.

J&T Express, the leading e-commerce delivery courier in Southeast Asia, gave some safety tips for shopping online:

  1. Check Legitimacy – Of course, you have to verify if the person you are in contact with is a legitimate seller. Check if the person has already sold those items to other customers, look if there are reviews about that person and their product. Also, make sure that you are in constant contact with that person until you have the product you bought.
  2. Protect Your Data – Ensure that all of your personal information is protected from email, contact number, and especially financial details. As mentioned identity theft is a pretty common cyber-crime and they would use the personal information you give out to gain access to your bank accounts and steal your money.
  3. Beware of too good to be true Sales – You probably have received emails, texts, ads, and other messages showing deals that seem too good to be true. Well, the most powerful defense against these kinds of scams in online shopping is common sense. Beware of those messages may contain malware that’s dangerous for your devices or it leads to your personal information getting stolen.
  4. Have Contingency Plans – Despite ticking off all the boxes that show that you are in contact with a trustworthy and reliable online seller, you can never make sure that you will get your package until it is actually in your possession. So, save receipts and confirmation letters to show authentication of your purchase, and make sure that you have contact with the seller and that person responds immediately to you. If all else fails to approach the right authorities to help you address the situation.

Still the most important in the process of buying a product is the delivery of the package, and the best way to make sure that part runs smoothly is making sure you have a trustworthy delivery courier. So you need to choose the best courier to deliver your products for you and to ensure the safe delivery of your package.

J&T Express, the leading e-commerce delivery in Southeast Asia, offer their services with fast deliveries and affordable rates! They also ensure the safety of your products with real-time tracking for you and your customers, as well as, provide insurances and other safety precautions for it by providing quality delivery services. Today, they have over 400 branches across the Philippines.

To know more about J&T Express and its services, visit their official FB Page at



Free Smart WiFi for PH Arena ‘mega quarantine’ sites

As part of its continued support for the government’s COVID-19 response, PLDT and its wireless subsidiary Smart Communications, Inc. (Smart) have rolled out fast, free and reliable 24/7 Smart WiFi at the Department of Public Works and Highways’ (DPWH) newest mega quarantine sites in Bulacan.

Carrier-grade, fiber-powered Smart WiFi has been deployed at the three quarantine facilities at Ciudad de Victoria inside Philippine Arena, which have been repurposed to accommodate 300 COVID-19 patients, including those who are asymptomatic. The healthcare facilities will be operated by the Department of Health, Armed Forces of the Philippines and Philippine National Police.

“We are grateful for the opportunity to support the government and the DPWH in ensuring that these newly converted quarantine facilities are equipped with reliable connectivity, and that our frontliners have access to relevant digital tools amid this nationwide COVID-19 emergency response,” said Alfredo S. Panlilio, Smart President and CEO and PLDT Chief Revenue Officer.

This effort is part of a group-wide initiative by the MVP Group of Companies to support the government’s anti-COVID-19 projects.

Smart WiFi in other mega health facilities

Smart WiFi has also been deployed in the other mega health facilities such as the Rizal Stadium, Philippine International Convention Center, and World Trade Center, as well as in New Clark City in Tarlac and Philippine Army Gymnasium in Taguig.

It is also being deployed in in La Salle Greenhills in Mandaluyong City and Far Eastern University in Alabang, Muntinlupa, which are housing COVID-19 frontliners from nearby hospitals.

These Wi-Fi installations, which have a capacity of up to 1 Gigabyte per second, are the latest in PLDT-Smart’s ongoing efforts to provide communications support to frontline agencies and their personnel such as the departments of health, transportation, public works, the armed forces and police, local governments and non-governmental organizations in different parts of the country.

Smart WiFi connectivity is also available in provincial capitols, city and municipal halls across the country, which are being used as a base of operations for local government logistics, transportation  and relief, as well as in hospitals, supermarkets and convenience stores.

MVP Group-wide effort

Metro Pacific Tollways Corp. through NLEX Corp. is providing exclusive access along the North Luzon Expressway to the Philippine Arena quarantine center for the Inter-Agency Task Force on COVID-19 (IATF) quarantine teams and medical support groups, as well as toll-free passage for all medical frontliners, ambulances, medical service vans and the support team buses of the DOH. NLEX will also assist in traffic management and 24 x 7 monitoring via its CCTV system.

Meanwhile, Manila Electric Co. (Meralco) is installing concrete poles and distribution transformers to energize the three mega-tents, waive the installation and dismantling costs, and ensure the continuous flow of electricity to these temporary structures.

Maynilad Water and subsidiary Philippine Hydro Inc. is providing free metering works for the water supply requirements of the quarantine sites, and provide technical assistance and support on water supply-related concerns.

“Our partnership signifies the true spirit of bayanihan. We are thankful to the MVP Group for helping us complete the requirements to make this mega quarantine center operational,” said DPWH Undersecretary Emil Sadain, head of the agency’s Task Force on Augmentation of Local and National Health Facilities.







Entertainment, News

Asia’s largest Martial Arts Organization, One Championship partnered with American Television

The recent rise of Asian-American martial arts athletes is sparking a global revolution, placing the spotlight over a talent pool that features the absolute best of both the East and the West. Without a doubt, has the largest collection of Asian martial arts World Champions who are currently employed on its elite roster of talent. The list of legendary figures is long and consists of some of the most iconic names in the history of martial arts.

The roster includes Japanese mixed martial arts legend Shinya Aoki and Yoshihiro Akiyama, as well as Muay Thai legends Nong-O Gaiyanghadao, Sam-A Gaiyanghadao, and Yodsanklai IWE Fairtex. The organization even once held a title defense for former boxing World Champion and pound-for-pound great, Srisaket Sor Rungvisai.

ONE Championship partnered with American television network Turner to bring ONE’s events to the mainstream via TNT and subscription-based digital platform B/R Live. But while mixed martial arts is already a popular sport in the United States, ONE vowed to bring a unique flavor that American fans have never experienced before.

“ONE is a celebration of Asia’s greatest cultural treasure, and its deep-rooted Asian values of integrity, humility, honor, respect, courage, discipline, and compassion. I am confident that the American audience will love our formula of values, heroes, and stories. It’s refreshing, unlike anything available in America right now in terms of our values in martial arts” says Chatri Sityodtong, Chairman and CEO of ONE.

Sityodtong believes his martial arts heroes have the power to change the way mixed martial arts is perceived in the United States and across the entire world. By telling the stories of his athletes’ triumph over adversity and tribulation, he hopes to inspire the general audience.

Of course, part of that plan involves bringing the Asian-American community in the US closer to its Asian-American talent, and his athletes have yet to let him down. Let’s take a closer look at a handful of those athletes now.

Here are seven of the most prolific Asian-American martial arts athletes in ONE Championship.

1) Angela Lee

Hawaii resident Angela Lee leads the pack. The 23-year-old was born of a Singaporean father and Korean mother, and lives in Waipahu with her husband, BJJ World Champion Bruno Pucci.

Lee has been a World Champion since 2016, when she captured the inaugural ONE Women’s Atomweight World Title with a thrilling five-round Bout of the Year effort over Japan’s Mei Yamaguchi. She is idolized by young girls the world over, and is easily the most recognized athlete in ONE Championship.

Despite her young age, Lee is a two-time World Pankration Champion, a 2013 Hawaii State Wrestling Champion, and a black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Her grocery list of accomplishments is extraordinary, and the scariest part about her talent is that she’s only just begun. Lee still has a lot left in her career, and she is certainly destined to accomplish even more.

2) Christian Lee

Angela’s younger brother Christian appears second on this list. Growing up in Hawaii, the Lee siblings have a very close relationship. They basically trained together since early childhood, and have been each other’s chief sparring partner in their family gym for the majority of their careers thus far.

Like his older sister, Christian is also a World Champion. In fact, he is the youngest male World Champion in mixed martial arts history, having captured the ONE Lightweight World Title with an emphatic knockout victory over Japanese veteran Shinya Aoki in 2019.

To add to that, Christian also holds black belts in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Total Defense System, and has six world titles across the disciplines of BJJ, pankration, mixed martial arts, and submission grappling.

3) Janet Todd

Although she was raised in Southern California, Japanese-American athlete Janet “JT” Todd would visit Japan frequently with her mother when she was young, and would even spend month-long vacations in the Land of the Rising Sun.

Todd is a relative newcomer to ONE Championship. But despite her limited time thus far in the ONE Championship ring, the former IFMA Pan-American Muay Thai Champion has been absolutely electric in her performances.

Just last February, Todd wrested the ONE Atomweight Kickboxing World Title away from Thai superstar Stamp Fairtex in a close five round title tilt. When she isn’t competing on the world’s biggest global stage of martial arts competition, or training at home on the United States’ west coast, Todd doubles as an aerospace engineer who helps develop equipment for use in space travel.

4) Bi Nguyen

Vietnamese-American Bi “Killer Bee” Nguyen was born in rural Vietnam, but moved to the United States as a child and has lived there ever since.

Nguyen took up martial arts to empower herself with the knowledge of self-defense, after experiencing domestic violence at the hands of an abusive ex-boyfriend. Toda Nguyen is one of the most popular athletes on the ONE Championship roster, especially in her home country of Vietnam.

At home in Houston, Nguyen would often travel to New Mexico for training camps at the renowned Jackson-Wink MMA, where she developed a close personal relationship with fellow Asian-American star Michelle Waterson.

Fans in the United States may best recognize Nguyen, however, for her time spent as a contestant on the 37th season of hit reality television series, Survivor. Nguyen was forced to pull herself out of the game after injuring her knee in an immunity challenge.

5) Aung La N Sang

A true sports icon, “The Burmese Python” Aung La N Sang is the most prolific World Champion in ONE Championship. He holds two World Titles with the promotion, with the ONE Light Heavyweight and Middleweight World Championship belts draped across his shoulders.

Aung La was born in Myanmar but moved to the United States to study. He began training in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and other disciplines while studying Agriculture Science at Andrews University in Michigan. After graduating, Aung La traveled across the continental US as a migratory beekeeper, but soon made the decision to go full-time in martial arts.

Today, Aung La lives with his family in Southern Florida, where he trains alongside other World Champions such as Kamaru Usman, Gilbert Burns, and Stefan Struve, at the world-renowned Hardknocks 365 under highly-regarded coach Henri Hooft.

Whenever Aung La travels halfway across the globe to compete in front of his fans in his native Yangon, he is greeted with a reception befitting that of a national hero.

6) Thanh Le

Vietnamese-American Thanh Le is without a doubt one of the hottest prospects on the ONE Championship roster today. Growing up in New Orleans, Thanh trained in his father’s taekwondo school at a young age, traveling to tournaments with the competition team. However, it was in 2011 that he became intrigued by the sport of mixed martial arts.

Not long after, Thanh tried his hand in amateur promotions and it would become his greatest passion. Thanh would then turn professional in 2013, going 8-1 to start his career while capturing a title in regional promotion, LFA. He joined ONE Championship in 2019, scoring an emphatic head kick knockout over the tough Yusup Saadulaev.

Today, Thanh is one of the promotion’s top featherweights, and is getting very close to a title shot against reigning ONE Featherweight World Champion Martin “The Situ-Asian” Nguyen.

7) Brandon Vera

Mixed martial arts veteran and reigning ONE Heavyweight World Champion Brandon “The Truth” Vera is arguably the second-most recognizable combat sports athlete next to the legendary Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao.

The Filipino-American superstar has been in the game for nearly two decades. Raised in Norfolk, Virginia, Vera began his career in North America, after earning a wrestling scholarship at Old Dominion University and spending time in service in the United States Air Force. In the military, Vera was a member of the Greco-Roman wrestling team.

Vera made his ONE Championship debut in 2014, stunning Igor Subora by knockout. He then captured the ONE Heavyweight World Title with a KO victory over Paul Cheng in 2015.

Today, Vera splits time between living in Guam, and in the Philippine capital of Manila where he plans to bring his very own Alliance Training Center to the country to help develop the next generation of Filipino martial arts athletes.





Encouraged netizens to show support for frontliners and COVID-19 patient by sending motivational cards

Photo credit: Stephanie Nodado

The number of COVID-19 cases continues to spread across the globe and also escalated in the Philippines placing Filipino healthcare workers at the forefront to fight against the virus. Doctors, nurses, laboratory technicians, and hospital staff face the hazard of infection everyday, and extensive working hours at the hospital can be very exhausting. Virus-stricken patients, on the other hand, have limited contact with their families, and being away from loved ones can really be lonesome.

For them to keeps going: it’s the overflowing support of families, friends, and even strangers. By showing compassion for COVID-19 patients and gratitude for frontliners, online design platform Canva encouraged netizens to show their support by simply designing a motivational card using pre-made Canva templates. In response, different groups and individuals have shared their messages to our frontline heroes and COVID-19 patients. The Filipinos’ trait of bayanihan is indeed in action even online.

Canva sent over 4,000 motivational cards and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) donations to hospitals around Metro Manila to applaud the sacrifice and dedication of the healthcare workers, and to show support to COVID-19 patients.

Photo Credit: Ivy AwayanAraullo

Photo Credit: Yasha Christina Alarcon

“At a time when the country is facing multiple restrictions, it’s more important than ever to reach out to those in isolation. It’s incredibly motivating to see so many people step up to demonstrate compassion, something I hope will continue once COVID-19 is eradicated. We’re putting people first, which in turn provides stability and psychological safety in the community – the key to all of us winning the war on an invisible, yet shared, enemy,” shared YaniHornilla-Donato, Canva Manila, Country Manager.

Check out more cards for frontliners here and for COVID-19 patients here.

For more information about Canva, visit




The largest global sports media property in Asian history, ONE Championship™ (ONE), today announced new strategic partnerships including Xiaomi, Intel, HP and Logitech. These revenue partnerships will leverage multiple ONE content stacks and platforms, including ONE Championship’s martial arts and esports businesses, as well as ONE Studios. Commitments span martial arts and esports platforms in 2020 and will also include The Apprentice: ONE Championship Edition.

Chatri Sityodtong, Chairman and CEO of ONE Championship, stated: “The announcement of these partnerships is a testament to our team’s exceptional work alongside global brands to solve their marketing and business needs. We believe that by harnessing the power and reach of our content stacks and platforms, brands can benefit from engaging with our millions of fans across the globe.”

Shou Zi Chew, President of International, Xiaomi, stated: “As Xiaomi continues to grow its presence globally, we are thrilled at this opportunity to partner with ONE Championship – a world-class sports property. This major initiative will provide a valuable platform to cross-pollinate the fanbase of ONE Championship with Mi Fans around the world. Through this, we can work in tandem to grow a shared passion for Xiaomi’s amazing products and sports, further ignite dreams, inspire nations, and change the world through real-life superheroes.”

For more updates on ONE Championship, please visit, follow us on Twitter and Instagram @ONEChampionship, and like us on Facebook at

Food, Lifestyle

Mega Malasakit Kitchen continues to provide home cooked meals for our community frontliners

In times of the crisis and the global pandemic that we are now experiencing. People are showing gratitude and appreciation to those who are at the forefront of the war. In order to show its gratitude and support to frontliners, the Mega Malasakit Kitchen continues to provide home-cooked meals to the men and women in the trenches, especially those who operate services that serve the community during the lockdown. By far, the Mega Malasakit Kitchen has distributed more than 15,000 meals to checkpoints officers, barangay health workers and volunteers, supermarket staff, bank staff, security guards and street dwellers.

An initiative of sardine brand manufacturer, Mega Global, the Mega Malasakit Kitchen started out providing 500 meals a day, but has since increased its output to 700- 800 meals a day to serve more frontliners. It intends to provide meals for as long as these are needed by our frontliners – a simple way of keeping to its commitment to help in nation-building by improving people’s lives.

“There were social media posts and news that we came across where the checkpoint officers, supermarket personnel, bank personnel, security guards, barangay health workers have difficulties in looking for places to get their meals during work hours, because most establishments are closed. Since we are a food manufacturing company who takes pride in the quality of our products, and taking inspiration from our previous CSR program Mega SustansyaEveryday, home-cooked meals are what we thought of providing these unseen frontliners. We hope to boost their morale, and energy by providing them nutritious and delicious meals daily.Through our humble contribution, we are able to help keep their spirits up as they render steadfast service to the community. Seeing the joy in their faces inspires us at Mega Global to do more, knowing that in the end, we will all emerge from this crisis stronger than ever ,”  said Marvin Tiu Lim, VP for Sales and Marketing.

Mega Global partnered with other food manufacturers in making these meals possible and accessible. To further scale up its outreach efforts, the Mega Malasakit Kitchen extends its invitation to those who want to help out in its feeding efforts, by way of donations in cash and in kind. Also launched a care package program to show its solidarity with merchandisers and distributor sales personnel who tirelessly work in groceries and supermarkets nationwide.

To date, Mega Global has earmarked P50 million to help the country’s COVID-19 efforts. It has provided funds for employee upliftment and goods for donations to LGUs, companies and private organizations during the enhanced community quarantine. It has also donated ventilator machines, PPE and other medical materials to hospitals.

For those who wish to show their appreciation to community frontliners through the Mega Malasakit Kitchen, details can be found at the Mega Global Corp Facebook page (@megaglobalofficial). Your humble donation will certainly be appreciated by our valiant frontliners.

Lifestyle, News

The Power of Safe Hands


P&G Safeguard wants to show the positive side of what safe hands can do and how It can become a force for good during these times and encourages Filipinos to embrace the power of safe hands. Also joins hands with the Philippine Red Cross to care for our frontliners and encourage everyone to come together through the “BayaniHands” project. Filipino spirit always shines the brightest. Amidst the uncertainty, loss, and fear that grips the world, Filipinos have gone above themselves to help one another during COVID-19 crisis.

As we continue to seek light and positivity within each other, the brand started the P&G Safeguard BayaniHands Project. To support this, they created a heart-warming film that features real-life acts of bayanihan each and every Filipino does and show how much we appreciate all the efforts and sacrifices our frontliners have done for the people of our country.

The film hopes to encourage everyone to join hands by contributing to the project for the Philippine Red Cross. Every donation done through Lazada will be used to help in the frontliner efforts of the Red Cross. Support the P&G Safeguard BayaniHands Project for the Red Cross by watching the video:

P&G Safeguard BayaniHands | Donate Now to Red Cross

Tumindig at magsilbing liwanag sa dilim 🎶 When clean and safe hands come together to help, to soothe, to protect – we become a stronger force for good. Let our Safe Hands keep each other safe. #BayaniHands #SafeguardIn true bayanihan spirit, P&G Safeguard is joining hands with the Philippine Red Cross to support their frontliner efforts in the battle against COVID19. To contribute to this effort through our partner Lazada, please click this link:

Posted by Safeguard Philippines on Friday, May 8, 2020

Safeguard has been an ally of Filipinos working toward a safe nation for all. We are confident that together, we can get through this, hand in hand. Please visit: for the latest news and in-depth information about P&G and its brands.

Together, let’s make our hands a force for good.