Lifestyle

In the city, Cleen and Green is using its magic wand to clean

There is now a second location of Cleen and Green Cleaning Services in Quezon City, which is renowned for its expert cleaning services using natural and eco-friendly cleaning products. Cleen and Green launched a new location in New Manila, in the center of Quezon City, in July of last year. Veronica “Doll” de los Santos, a registered nurse, and her husband Martie de los Santos, a corporate senior manager, were Cleen and Green’s US partners who made this branch possible. Doll and Martie joined Cleen and Green’s expanding group of partners after being inspired by their causes and sustainable business style. There are currently 6 branches throughout Luzon, and further branches will open in the upcoming year.

Cleen and Green’s US partners Veronica “Doll” de los Santos, and her husband Martie de los Santos

This initially little company, which is now in its second year, was created as a result of creativity when its founders, Mabel Amante-Villena and Papillon Villena, began experiencing allergic responses at their Batangas home. After that, Cleen and Green continued to expand, opening new locations in Laguna and Cavite and winning over customers with their consistently high level of service. Ofws and their families in the Philippines are a priority for Cleen and Green when it comes to commercial opportunities. Instead of solely relying on remittances, their firm seeks to provide OFW families with more sustainable means of subsistence.
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Clean and Green utilizes plant-based, non-toxic, non-allergic, non-chemical cleaning formulations which are safe for babies, pets, the elderly, and expectant mothers. With their well-trained staff using modern cleaning technology, tools, and equipment, you can be sure that your space will be clean from floor to ceiling.

Only Cleen and Green offers cleaning services that have no time limit- this means the cleaners don’t leave unless they are really done cleaning!

Cleen and Green truly delivers the actual meaning of wellness into your house with their commitment to high-quality service, secure cleaning procedures, and support for health and the family.

Visit the following website to learn more about Cleen and Green’s services for homes and automobiles and to eWebsite: https://cleenandgreen.com/ Instagram: www.instagram.com/cleenandgreencleaningservices Facebook page of Cleen and Green New Manila Branch: www.facebook.com/cleenandgreennewmanilabranch Facebook page of Cleen and Green: www.facebook.com/cleenandgreencleaningservices/

Food

The Giving Café: UPLB will soon carry award-winning Laguna Liberica Coffee!

Soon, tourists and residents of Lagunan will be able to sample Sta. The Liberica coffee from Maria town, which most recently took home the Silver medal in the Signature Coffee Award: Latte category at the Global Coffee Championship in Korea. The Giving Café (TGC) in UPLB, which just opened yesterday, will serve Santa Maria, Laguna farmers’ world-champion coffee. The store is situated at the soda fountain of the UPLB Student Union.

“The Giving Cafe, a Social Enterprise by Henry & Sons, aims to build a beautiful coffee future by helping coffee farmers through its advocacy arm, The Foundation for sustainable coffee excellence (FSCE),” shares Michael Harris Conlin, 2019 PH Barista Champion and President and CEO of Henry and Sons.

The TGC’s proceeds will go to UPLB’s chosen coffee village in Santa Maria, Barangay Juan Santiago in Laguna. With 38 households and 85,000 Liberica and Excelsa trees, the Barangay Juan Santiago coffee growing community has the highest density of Liberica and Excelsa trees in Laguna and maybe the entire Calabarzon. The money donated by TGC: UPLB will go toward bio-dynamic farming methods, bettering harvesting, processing, and the much-needed coffee drying solutions for the local community.

Henry & Sons, in partnership with UPLB leadership, makes what’s old new again by bringing back the Student Union’s Soda Fountain cafeteria to life with mouthwatering home-cooked meals, ice cream, and coffee. Flank by TGC’s iconic cozy antique furniture, lighting, and books, the space is designed to encourage students, faculty, and visitors to strengthen the community around them and encourage to indulge in giving.

The Giving Café, with over 80 food and beverage offerings, is a hybrid restaurant and coffee shop that aims to contribute to the betterment of the local coffee industry and be part of something beyond the business. A place for comfort, The Giving Café is designed to be a safe haven for people looking to indulge in coffee experiences served with both excellence and compassion. The Giving Cafe focuses on bridging the community around it with the farming communities it adopts.

Beyond the advocacy, The Giving Café also offers guests multi-sensory experiences highlighting Henry& Sons’ F&B expertise. “We want to everyone to enjoy, eat well and indulge in giving by supporting laguna coffee farmers with every cup of coffee you purchase,” Conlin, adds.

TGC will also be showcasing its well-known Bloom Coffee collection, a distinctive range of coffees developed by Henry & Sons to raise money for the following goals:

BEANS FOR THE LITTLE ONES – access to basic health necessities

BEANS WITHIN REACH – access to programs promoting traceability and accessibility

COFFEE FOR GREAT MINDS – access to education

CUP TO SEED – access to livelihood and harvest implements

THE GIVING WELL – access to clean and potable water.

For additional information, visit www.henryandsons and www.thevault.ph.

 

 

Lifestyle, News

Celebrity “Car Boot Sale” held in Greenfield District

Greenfield Development Corp. (GDC) will host a “Car Boot Sale” with celebrities and influencers from November 18 to November 20 in the Mayflower Parking Area of Greenfield District in honor of the approaching Christmas season.

Atty. According to GDC Executive Vice President Duane A.X. Santos, the occasion marks the first anniversary of the Food Truck Fest. It is Metro Manila’s largest collection of food trucks that are consistently located in one location.

“We added the Car Boot Sale to complement the Food Truck Fest, which offers a unique and safe al fresco dining experience to the public with 18 food trucks set up at the heart of Mandaluyong’s Greenfield District,” he said, adding strict health protocols are in place to ensure the safety of the public. 

This year, Santos said GDC invited celebrities and influencers, including Maxine Medina, Kim Baranda, Jome Silayan, Louise delos Reyes, Chris Tan, Karel Marquez and Kevin Ty, to sell pre-loved items, plants, food, and other products. 

“We wanted to have a shopping component that would go well with the Food Truck Fest, especially during the ‘Ber months’ so we came up with the concept where vehicles will serve as merchants’ stores,” he explained.

Santos also encouraged entrepreneurs, including startups, to sell their products and test the market.

He said the event also aims to raise awareness among the public on supporting local sellers and protecting the environment by using reusable bags. 

“Soon, we intend to come up with more interesting and fun activities and offer a possible venue for outdoor corporate events like product launches, especially since it already has a captured market,” Santos added.

The Car Boot Sale: Celebrity Edition will operate from 4 pm until 12 midnight, while the Food Truck Fest runs daily from Monday to Thursday, 12 noon until 10 pm, and Friday to Sunday, from 12 noon until 12 midnight.

Greenfield District is a cutting-edge development that redefines the future of Mandaluyong. Its green spaces and pedestrian-friendly neighborhoods are just some features worth mentioning about this innovative cityscape.

A growing location in Metro Manila for outdoor activities that support holistic wellness is the 15-hectare urban development of GDC. Twin Oaks Place and Zitan, two futuristic condominiums that are located there, demonstrate GDC’s dedication to offering top-notch living quarters while encouraging wellness among its residents.

Condominium dwellers in Greenfield District may now have a great time with their friends and family thanks to the food park at GDC. The Food Truck Fest is conveniently located close by, and this region is reachable from the main business centers in Metro Manila.

Visit www.greenfield.com.ph, www.facebook.com/greenfielddistrict, and www.instagram.com/greenfielddistrictretail for additional information.

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Entertainment

In her new hit song “Pasko Kasama Mo,” Hazel Faith transforms traditional Christmas tunes with technicolor glow

With the release of her peppy Christmas song “Pasko Kasama Mo” via WATERWALK RECORDS and Sony Music Entertainment, Filipina singer-songwriter Hazel Faith spreads holiday cheer.

Bringing back the gilded memories of Christmas and reminding listeners why it’s the best time of the year, “Pasko Kasama Mo” sees the budding superstar revisiting the holiday experience with technicolored bounce, funky chords, and a ’80s city pop lilt.

“My mother has been asking me to write Christmas songs since forever,” says the multi-talented act. “But I had a hard time writing my own because I felt like all the great Christmas messages had already been made. For that reason, and the truth that I only saw Christmas as a tradition, left me uninspired. But after the Lord renewed my faith, it’s like my vision turned technicolor. Suddenly, I was excited to celebrate Christmas. Not because of the parties, the foods, or the gifts but because I was finally looking at the One whom Christmas is all about. Truly Christmas felt hollow without Christ himself. And that led me to writing Pasko Kasama Mo. This was finally something I had a unique perspective to.”

The track was written by Hazel Faith herself, and was arranged, produced, mixed, and mastered by Albert Tamayo, a good friend of the gospel-pop sensation. Faith, in particular, felt eternally grateful to Tamayo for being part of her music journey and lending his talent to the project.

“It’s a joy for me to be able to showcase his genius in Pasko Kasama Mo as well,” adds Hazel Faith. “When it came to the vibe, it was probably influenced by my feeling of nostalgia and then looking forward to all that is new. But honestly, I just told kuya Albert to make it sound like a station ID.”

With the help of Grammy-winning composer Jungee Marcelo and a rap verse by Jericho Arceo of WATERWALK RECORDS, “Pasko Kasama Mo” successfully portrays the joy and spirit of Christmas with a retro-modern vibe. It’s a bop that evokes the cozy coziness of a house and is brimming with life, vigor, and unmistakable personality.

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Listen to Hazel Faith’s “Pasko Kasama Mo” here.

News

The Great 0% Interest Festival commercial for Home Credit features Moira dela Torre

Home Credit Philippines (HCPH), the lifestyle partner of every Filipino, recently unveiled a new campaign video for the company’s The Great 0% Interest Festival, which features Moira dela Torre, the brand’s ambassador. This comes after the launch of the biggest and grandest 0% interest sale in the country.

The new commercial video, which was introduced on Home Credit’s Facebook and YouTube accounts, was inspired by a well-known Philippine reality TV singing competition in which Moira served as a judge. Moira appears as one of the panelists on Home Credit’s “Buy-dol Philippines” in the recently released ad film.

A few Buy-dol hopefuls perform songs about the goods that customers can purchase through Home Credit at 0% interest this Christmas season in the ad video, which aims to promote and raise awareness about The Great 0% Interest Festival.

“With Christmas being the most festive shopping season of the year, we at Home Credit want to give our customers the access to the widest range of items offered at the most affordable installment plans yet so far. With the launch of our biggest 0% interest sale, we want to make the shopping experience of every Filipino more sulit this holiday season. We’re joined by our brand ambassador Moira dela Torre to help celebrate the holidays in a fun and meaningful way with Home Credit,” shared HCPH’s Chief Marketing Officer Sheila Paul.

Home Credit’s The Great 0% Interest Festival

Filipinos love to go shopping, most especially during the holiday season. I mean, there’s nothing wrong with rewarding yourself after a year-long hard work and putting most of your earnings into your savings. But if you’re a true Filipino, you know that even we spend up our money shopping during the holiday, we still want the best deals for all our purchases!

With Home Credit’s The Great 0% Interest Festival, customers may choose from a wide selection of over 50,000 products – from smartphones and laptops, home appliances and furniture to bicycles and hardware, sports and gym equipment, and many more – offered at 0% interest rates at almost 10,000 partner stores across the country. 

Customers may get their dream smartphones and laptops from OPPO, realme, vivo, Samsung, Xiaomi, Acer, Apple, Huawei, Asus and Lenovo at an affordable monthly installment plan through Home Credit. Furniture and appliances from Home Credit’s retail partners, such as SM appliances, Robinsons Appliances, Abenson, FC Home, Home Along, AllHome, Emcor, and Automatic Centre, can also be purchased at a flexible payment option of 0% interest.

Get shopping! Visit nearby retail outlets and partner brands of Home Credit, or download the My Home Credit app. Shoppers may currently take advantage of The Great 0% Interest Festival and get the best deals through January 31!

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) have properly licensed and overseen the financing firm Home Credit Philippines (BSP). Visit the Home Credit Philippines website at www.homecredit.ph to find out more about the most recent news. You may also follow the company’s official profiles on FacebookInstagram, and TikTok. Customers are urged to download the app from Google Play to learn more about the most recent promotions and to view what has recently been added to the Marketplace.

Health and Wellness

With LifeWave’s wearable health solutions, you can patch your way to wellness

A company is gaining traction in the health and wellness industry because to its incredibly distinctive goods. LifeWave is a cutting-edge technological firm whose main goal is to enhance everyone’s health and wellbeing in the Philippines without the need of pharmaceuticals or chemicals. Wearable health patches from LifeWave increase cellular activity by using light.

David Schmidt, LifeWave’s Founder and CEO

David Schmidt, the founder and CEO of LifeWave, created this technology. In 2002, Schmidt established LifeWave as a research organization based on a recently patented method for improving health using a brand-new type of phototherapy he had created.

The United States Navy recognized Schmidt’s innovative work and invited him to join an elite research team that developed mini-subs or midget submarines. Schmidt attempted to help the crew of the mini-sub stay awake without the use of drugs. He investigated natural methods for increasing the body’s energy. Three years of research led to the creation of the Energy Enhancer Patch, the first LifeWave prototype.

LifeWave’s flagship product is X39®, a stem cell activator patch. “Stem cells are the foundation of health. If you have less stem cells, you will get sick. It is your primary source of defense. As we grow older, the number of stem cells in our body decreases,” said Dang Gilera, LifeWave Philippines General Manager.

She added that when you place a LifeWave X39® patch on the recommended acupressure points on your body, it will help grow your own stem cells. Most X39® product users attest that you feel the effects right away.

“What is nice about this product is that you wear it and you do not drink or take it. This is not a drug, not a pill, no chemicals added. It is a patented product,” Gilera said.

Immediate success

LifeWave was launched in August 2004 and was an immediate success, generating US$17 million in sales in its first year. Since then, LifeWave has grown into a multinational corporation with offices in the United States, Ireland, Taiwan and distribution in over 100 countires.

LifeWave made its way to the Philippines back in 2018 with a pre-launch in December. The grand launch happened in March 2019. However, the COVID-19 happened a year after and LifeWave’s plans had to be set aside.

The company’s top-selling product is LifeWave X39®. This cutting edge technology solution offers health benefits like instant pain relief, reduced inflammation, helps wound healing, energy and vitality, metal clarity, boosts athletic performance, faster recovery from exercise, and improved skin look.

In addition to X39®, Schmidt also created X49TM, Energy Enhancer®, IceWave®, Silent Nights®, Y-Age Aeon®, Y-Age® Glutathione, Y-Age® Carnosine, SP6® Complete, AcuLife, and AlavidaTM Regenerating Trio LifeWave’s skin care products.

Entertainment

Prior to and following the main festival, the ASEAN-India Music Festival 2022 will emphasize university-based music programs in Delhi’s Purana Qila

This year’s ASEAN India Music Festival (AIMF) will return with substantial music events taking place at some of India’s top institutions. The three concerts will be a part of the celebrations for the ASEAN-India Dialogue Relations’ 30th anniversary.

Three concerts in Shillong, at Ashoka University, Government schools in collaboration with Global Music Institute, and North-Eastern Hill University (NEHU), will feature multi-genre contemporary acts from numerous ASEAN nations and India. Similar to AIMF, which will be held from November 18–20 in Purana Qila in New Delhi, the concerts and workshops are free.

Serving as a prelude to the main festival event, the Ashoka University concert will take place on November 17, 2022, 7:00 PM onwards and will showcase music from Tri Minh’s Quartet (Vietnam), Instamuzika (Malaysia), RizerXSuffer (Cambodia), and Empty Wallet (Brunei Darussalam).

ASEAN India Music Festival’s closing ceremony will be hosted on November 20, with Minister of External Affairs Hon’ble Dr S. Jaishankar as chief guest.

On November 21, a lecture demonstration and workshop will be given at aGovernment school in association with the Global Music Institute in Delhi. Guests will also be treated to demonstrative performances from Lao Traditional Music Troupe (Lao-PDR), Makaohang (Thailand), and Bayang Barrios at Ang Nilayagan (Philippines).

The Shillong leg of the ASEAN-India Music Festival will conclude this year’s series of musical events on November 22 at North-Eastern Hill University in Meghalaya. This event aims to raise students’ and youths’ awareness of and appreciation for music from the ASEAN region, which will in turn promote tourism and interaction between India and ASEAN.

Shillong’s own Colours, the MRTV Modern Music Band from Myanmar, Riau Rhythm from Indonesia, and Linying Band will all perform during the show (Singapore). 5:30 PM is the commencement of the concert.

“It is very rare that there is such a vast representation of music from Asean region where India has a lot of commonality in our shared cultural histories and traditions. Therefore it is only natural that the youth and the young generation of India should get to hear and have direct interaction with these musicians rarely seen and heard in India,” Sanjeev Bhargava, Director of ASEAN-India Music Festival 2022, shares. “These workshops and interactive sessions will go a long way in spreading awareness of common musical traditions between ASEAN and India.”

The Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India, in partnership with SEHER—the primary organizers of the second ASEAN-India Music Festival 2022—organizes the university performances and lecture-workshop program.

 

 

 

 

 

Food

Subway’s Mint Chocolate Chip Cookies Will Bring You A Holiday Cool Breeze

As Subway® brings back your beloved Mint Choco Chip Cookie, a delightful gift for your loved ones as you enjoy the holidays TOGETHER, spread love this Christmas with your family.

The Mint Choco Chip Cookies from Subway® have been brought back not only owing to popular demand but also because they are cool and make wonderful gifts for close friends and family members. They also enhance the cozy atmosphere of the home.

Experience a joyful night with your family and friends with the fine balance of sweetness and freshness of  Subway®‘s Mint Choco Chip cookies to indulge as a must-have goody in your Noche Buena.

It’s a perfect match to your flavorful dishes like Subway® ‘s much talked about secret recipe—the spicy and tangy Subway® Chicken Mala Sub, filled with unique Asian spices, to finish it up with a cool aftertaste.

The Mint Choco Chip Cookie price starts at Php 35 (1pc), Php 85 (3pcs), Php 175 (6pcs), and Php 350 (12pcs) which can be mixed with other flavors. As a welcome-back treat, you can also benefit from an exclusive promo of 5 pcs for Php 125.

Up through January 31, 2023, visit your nearby Subway® location to experience the cool Christmas wind! Enjoy this opportunity to quench your year-long cravings with the ones you love because you asked for it, and it’s back now (dine-in and take-out transactions only).

On Christmas Eve, don’t forget to set out a cookie for Santa!

Visit www.fb.com/SubwayPhilippines for additional details on the most recent Subway® #EatFresh and #BetterChoice promotions.

 

 

 

Lifestyle, News

At PhilConstruct 2022, Buildrite Construction Chemicals debuted products that were “first in the Philippines”

Gracing the ribbon cutting were (from left to right)  UAP National Vice President Architect Jayson Ang, UAP National President Architect Richard Garcia, CEO and Founder of Magna Prime Chemical Technologies Inc. and Construction Chemical Specialist Mr. Derrick Tan, UNTV News Anchor and Face of Buildrite- Mr. William Thio, UAP National Treasurer Architect Richie Cucuero, and Pastor Loi Gatchalian.

Buildrite Construction Chemicals officially debuted Readycrete, ready-mix concrete in a bag, and SmartBond Flex, the nation’s first flexible tile adhesive, during the just finished PhilConstruct 2022. For Magna Prime Chemical Technologies, Inc., notably for its brands Buildrite and Sinclair Paints, the launch was a historic occasion since it started a company history of introducing fresh, cutting-edge products at each yearly PhilConstruct event.

Readycrete is the first and only ready-mix concrete in a bag in the Philippines, conveniently giving construction projects a consistent concrete mix they can trust. For tile installation, Buildrite introduced Smartbond Flex, the first ever flexible tile adhesive in the Philippines. SmartBond Flex tile adhesive acts as a shear stress dampener, which prevents the tile adhesive from cracking or losing adhesion,

Readycrete Concrete Mix in a Bag addresses the problem of access to high-strength ready-mix concrete. Builders with small to medium projects are forced to mix their own concrete on-site, which is the primary cause of concrete problems and poor concrete strength. With Readymix, it’s now possible to order ready-mix concrete in a bag regardless of the quantity needed or the location of the jobsite, providing a convenient solution for many construction projects.

SmartBond Flex is the first flexible tile adhesive in the Philippines. Tiles can pop out because of the movements of tiles and substrate during changes in temperature and structural movements. SmartBond Flex tile adhesive acts as a movement absorber or dampener, which then prevents the tile adhesive from cracking or losing adhesion.

Buildrite constantly seeks advancements in construction chemical technology. With the addition of Readycrete and SmartBond Flex to its products, the company will continue to develop more innovative solutions and educate people about cost-efficient, reliable, and sustainable construction chemical products and methodologies.

Visit www.magnaprime.com.ph to learn more about Buildrite Construction Chemicals and like their Facebook page @BuildritePhils for updates.

You can subscribe to their YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/c/BUILDRITECONSTRUCTIONCHEMICALS to learn more about construction chemicals.

 

 

Lifestyle, News

The 2022 CEAP National Convention will feature Lifelong Learning Solutions from Rex Education

Don Timothy Buhain, Rex Education chief executive officer; Atty. Joseph Noel Estrada, author; Atty. Dominador Buhain, Rex Education chairman and president; and Danda Crimelda Buhain, Rex Education chief external affairs officer at the book signing of “Code of Ethics of Professional Teachers 2023 Edition”

The 2022 Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines (CEAP) National Convention is returning in person with Rex Education and a sizable group of educators, school leaders, and superintendents from all over the country after two virtual gatherings during the epidemic.

The 2022 CEAP National Convention will take place in a post-pandemic environment, with the goal of bringing together the knowledge and experiences of schools that are only now beginning to recover from the difficulties of the previous two years. This will enable all educators and students to work together more effectively to advance learning in a progressive and spiritual direction.

The Rex Education Hub showcased REX’s diverse suite of solutions from early childhood education to professional development.

The theme, “Pilgrims of Hope Moving Forward in Synodality,” is inspired from the Holy Year 2025 motto, “Pilgrims of Hope,” which represents the theme of Pope Francis’ pontificate. It also calls upon the journeying together of various members of the education sector as one Church, as prescribed by Pope Francis in his Global Compact on Education message in October 2020.

“To educate is always an act of hope, one that calls for cooperation in turning a barren and paralyzing indifference into another way of thinking that recognizes our interdependence,” said Pope Francis during the speech. “The journey of life calls for hope grounded in solidarity. All change requires a process of education in order to create new paradigms capable of responding to the challenges and problems of the contemporary world, of understanding and finding solutions to the needs of every generation, and in this way contributing to the flourishing of humanity now and in the future.”

Rex Education Hub: A Lifelong Learning Journey

Building on the theme of the 2022 CEAP National Convention, the Rex Education Hub was created for delegates to have a glimpse of every Filipino learner’s lifelong learning journey through rediscovering REX’s diverse suite of solutions from early childhood education to professional development.

The hub was also designed for delegates to feel renewed excitement about learning in all life stages and to collaborate more and innovate further in support of quality education.”

“The journey of life is a journey of learning. At REX, we support Pope Francis and CEAP’s vision for synodality, where every Filipino is moving as one for every learner, so that they are empowered, equipped, and championed.” said Don Timothy Buhain, chief executive officer of Rex Education. “Through the Rex Education Hub at CEAP 2022, we hope we have showcased, yet again, that we are here to support every learner in every phase of their journey.”

Under Early Childhood Education (ECE), REX showcased its educational book titles, anchored on socio-emotional, language, and cognitive skills reflected in the six domains of development in the National Early Learning Framework (NELF) by the Early Childhood Care and Development (ECCD) Council.

In response to the need for learners to know more about Philippine history, “My Bayani” is REX’s series of storybooks that introduces Filipino heroes to inspire self-analysis and reflection.

Basic Education continues to be the foundation of many learners’ development journey. From kindergarten to senior high school, REX worktexts are applicable across disciplines and integrate values and character formation for holistic development. Other learning solutions such as “My Skill Builder,” “My Career Journey,” and “Laro, Likha, Linang” are supplementary and equally comprehensive materials that further support the Filipino learners throughout their learning journey.

Moreover, after the pandemic reinforced digital solutions as non-negotiable in education, REX continued to build on the importance of digital resources. REX offers Schoology, a learning management system, and standardized assessments such as Digital Aces and Harrison Assessments as great tools that help mold learners who are ready for the demands of the 21st century.

REX also further guides students as they step into higher education. Relevant and evidence-based solutions and up-to-date contents based on real-life applications are at the core of REX’s learning materials to prepare students as they choose and build their careers.

As a lifelong learning partner to law students and practitioners, REX not only creates books, but also opportunities for mentoring and talks or conversations. A book signing with Atty. Joseph Noel Estrada, author of Code of Ethics of Professional Teachers, was held on-site on October 27, 2022.

As learning continues beyond formal education, REX’s suite of professional learning materials are intended for those who are looking to level up their journey and contribute to nation-building. Aside from various legal materials, REX’s solutions include the Barangay Handbook, designed for public servants to help them advance their knowledge and skills as they carry out their tasks for the benefit of their constituents.

REX also highlighted their partnership across several promotional and educational campaigns with Edukasyon.ph, an organization dedicated to developing EdTech products and services that bridge the gap between teaching and learning in the digital world.

CEAP 2022: A Renewal of Commitment to Edukampyons

In 2022, REX will once again take part in the CEAP National Convention as part of its ongoing commitment to support education and serve as a lifelong learning partner for all learners.

“As Edukampyons, we always protect, respect, and fulfill the needs of every Filipino learner. We can only do this when we work together with our educators, school heads and administrators, and stakeholders—fellow Edukampyons, who can help us move forward for a progressive education for our nation,” said Buhain.

The CEAP 2022 conference took place from October 25–28, 2022, at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City. Both online and in-person delegates attended concurrent sessions, Eucharistic celebrations, the swearing-in of the newly elected CEAP National Board officers, and the presentation of the Pro Deo et Patria Awards.