Saturday, November 20, 2010

Singapore Escapade

Posted by Alei at 11/20/2010 2 comments
I was about to say this year was the worst with all the mishaps (Kuya left for Dubai, my never ending quest to fill bank requirements, my 5 long time bf left me etc.) I have experienced. They say when you reached the age of 23, its either you will be blessed with best things or will suffer bad luck. I can’t still prove it right. I have a share of good and bad this year. But the brightest side of this year was that, I went on a 3 day tour with two of my friends at Singapore.

Being my first time to travel, I was so excited. I think that’s an understatement of how truly ecstatic am I for the tour. My two companions already traveled in Hong Kong last July. I was supposed to be with them if it had not been with my ex who was negative about it. Well anyway, at least I had the chance to go out of the country this time. =)

We were at the airport by 2 pm. When my bags were checked for security screening, something in my hand carry bag made the security officer rescan it. I do not know what they have seen in it. It only contains gadgets such as a laptop, PSP, cellphones, digicam and earphones. Nevertheless, I was thankful when they let my bag in. The next thing we did was pay the travel tax, checked in our baggage and paid the terminal fee. I was curious about where the first and the latter payments go.

As a first time traveler, I was surprised that there is a screening by the immigration before entering the boarding gates. There were so inquisitive. Well, it’s a part of their job. They raised eyebrows when they found out that we are not booked in any hotel. The plan is to stay at our friend’s flat for the rest of the days. Budget hotels were already fully booked by then. They were even surprised that two of us are unemployed haha. Count me in. =) Thank God, they were convinced that we are not going overstay at Singapore. We were half relieved but still doubtful on what is in store for us at the SG’s Immigration screening. I was deeply troubled when my friend told me that her aunt was not permitted to enter a particularly country for answering wrongly. Then, she had to be sent back to her country. Too sad right?

By 4, we board the plane. They let me sit next to the window knowing that it was my first time to ride an airplane. I wasn’t scared at all especially during the take off and the landing. I just watch the clouds as they change shapes as we fly away from the Philippines. I have ebooks on my PSP but I settled to listening to music. I did not fall asleep on flight. I really can’t. More so, I felt euphoric having the thought that this was the day I was looking forward for about a month. Singapore is a mile away.

We arrived at Changi Airport around 8:30 pm. All went well until we arrived at the Immigration Terminal. The three of us fell in one line just in case we need to explain, there will be a smooth flow of conversation. We don’t want to be held at the airport. I was the third to be cleared and we fretted no more. =) I bought vodka at the airport. It’s something we could give our friends in return for our stay at their place.

At the arrival, we saw Khaye’s friend beaming at us. There were two of them who fetched us. To sum up, we were 5 to ride a taxi on the way home. But, the security officer won’t let us all 5 to ride just one cab. She insists that only 4 can ride a single taxi. Oh well, we did not argue and settled for two cabs.

I was surprised that the car is right handed which is the opposite of the cars in the Philippines. Of course, it also follow that their highways are also different from ours. There is no traffic, no deafening honks of buses and not even a bunch of passengers along the road. Our cab only stopped two times. The first one was because of the stop light and other was that, we were at our destination. How cool is that? No hassle on the highway. The road was a breeze and it made me I’m going to love Singapore. =)

We arranged our things when we reached their flat. It was on the 7th floor. The elevator only serves 6th and 10th so we had to drag and heavy baggage along the stairs from 6th floor up to the 7th. I did not mind carrying my stuff. It was better rather than having to travel from 6th to 8th haha. After some chit chat with the flatmates, we ate and went out for a walk. It was already late to start our tour so we just lingered around Hougang.

We are about to call it a night when we were informed that Seth, one of the housemates is celebrating her birthday the next day. We were invited to drink having given them the vodka I bought. Its hard to say no after their being welcomed at their home. So, we drunk, told stories and slept by 5:30 am. I was not able to sleep well but, I feel the need to rest because I’ll be needing energy for our tour in the next few hours.

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Cupcake Towers for Sale

Posted by Alei at 10/23/2010 1 comments
My niece is turning 1 next month. I, especially my sister, are getting ready for her only child's big event. We taught of cupcakes for aesthetic and give away purposes. For the aesthetic, we thought of arranging them on a cupcake tower to make it more appealing. To save the bother of thinking for souvenirs, we opted to give away the cupcakes for take home. Good thing, we were able to buy cupcake tower and packaging materials at Cupcake Essentials. Planning for a party? Feel free to visit their site and you might find something you need.

You may contact them at +639161820725, look for Summer.

Thursday, October 7, 2010

Solution for missing or corrupt: \WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\CONFIG\SYSTEM

Posted by Alei at 10/07/2010 0 comments
When I started my computer, I received this error message:

Windows XP could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt: \WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\CONFIG\SYSTEM

I tried to reformat it the other thinking it might diagnose the problem. But to no avail, it did not worked.

I followed these steps:
  1. Insert the Windows XP startup disk into the floppy disk drive, or insert the Windows XP CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive, and then restart the computer.
    Click to select any options that are required to start the computer from the CD-ROM drive if you are prompted to do so.
  2. When the "Welcome to Setup" screen appears, press R to start the Recovery Console.
  3. If you have a dual-boot or multiple-boot computer, select the installation that you want to access from the Recovery Console. Type 1 then ENTER.
  4. When you are prompted to do so, type the Administrator password. If the administrator password is blank, just press ENTER.
  5. At the Recovery Console command prompt, type the following lines, pressing ENTER after you type each line:
    md tmp
    copy c:\windows\system32\config\system c:\windows\tmp\system.bak
    copy c:\windows\system32\config\software c:\windows\tmp\software.bak
    copy c:\windows\system32\config\sam c:\windows\tmp\sam.bak
    copy c:\windows\system32\config\security c:\windows\tmp\security.bak
    copy c:\windows\system32\config\default c:\windows\tmp\default.bak

    delete c:\windows\system32\config\system
    delete c:\windows\system32\config\software
    delete c:\windows\system32\config\sam
    delete c:\windows\system32\config\security
    delete c:\windows\system32\config\default

    copy c:\windows\repair\system c:\windows\system32\config\system
    copy c:\windows\repair\software c:\windows\system32\config\software
    copy c:\windows\repair\sam c:\windows\system32\config\sam
    copy c:\windows\repair\security c:\windows\system32\config\security
    copy c:\windows\repair\default c:\windows\system32\config\default
  6. Type exit to quit Recovery Console. Your computer will restart.
I had a hard time typing and checking for accuracy. However, my efforts were paid. I had my computer working again. =)

Thursday, July 29, 2010

The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner ebook

Posted by Alei at 7/29/2010 5 comments

For a fan-base such as Twilight’s, one with an almost maniacal fervor for all things vampy, there is only one dish that truly satisfies – it is called 'more'. The thirst to know all of the minute details that these characters have to show, and hide is a pulsating vein to which many a merchandiser already has his siphon firmly attached.

But there is nothing comparable or indeed more satisfying than a fresh offering served up by the creator herself. The series originally consisted of just four novels: Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse and the two tonne finale, Breaking Dawn. But now a new side addition has creap onto the hallowed mossy pathways that criss-cross Bella and Edwards center stage.

Friday, July 23, 2010

How to Read Ebooks using PSP?

Posted by Alei at 7/23/2010 1 comments
I went to the bookstore the other day to look for something to read again. Out of boredom, I read the Twilight Series and the last two books of Harry Potter, twice. Its even more redundant if I did it the third time. Stephenie Meyer's "The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner" caught my attention. I held it and after seeing the price, I put it back at the shelf. Its $9, hardbound and yet, less than 200 pages. There's no way I'll buy it. I find it pricey. As I got home, without nothing to read, I found a solution, I downloaded e-books. I can't just sit infront of my computer all day. Good thing my cellphone has adobe reader and I saved it there. But, to my dismay, the letters were small to read. I blamed it to my phone's small screen and wished I had bigger. (I haven't let my XDA repaired yet). I thought of another idea, its brighter this haha. How about reading ebooks through PSP? Its feasible though.

I looked for a software and stumbled at a blog. I reposted his instructions here and edited some.

He listed 4 different ways:

1. Save the ebook as html file. Copy the content of the pdf format manually and paste it in MS Word. Click 'Save as', drop down option in the FILE TYPE box,choose html,not the htm file,ok? Name it in a way that it will be easily typed and remembered since you'll have to type it in your psp like, x.Html. Send to the root memory of your PSP (connect first the PSP to your desktop with usb cable then enable usb mode). Your drive name can be f: or g:. Unable usb mode in your PSP after transfer. Go to the 'Internet Browser' of your psp. Click 'no' if asked to connect to the internet. Press triangle and go to 'Tools' (the toolbox icon). Set cache setting to 'Do not use' and ok. Go to address bar and enter 'file:/x.Html'. 'file:/' input shortcut is under 'http://' button while 'html' is entered by pressing the GHI4. Enter. Your file will load now. The problem with this is that when you have long ebook, error will occur due to less virtual memory. And you cannot bookmark them, it starts from the top everytime you open it. It's tiring to browse long pages.

2. You can upload the pdf file in your e-mail address and open it using a PSP with internet connection. There won't be problem with the low memory. But of course, it needs active internet connection. You can't read your e-book while riding a bus.

3. You can use the PSP Ebook Creator. It's free! DOWNLOAD PSP EBOOK CREATOR. Install it in your desktop. Open the pdf file, ctrl+a, copy, paste in notepad, and save it as txt file. Or you can direct the conversion in adobe or foxit under FILE Menu. Plug PSP to desktop and enable usb mode. Run ebook creator. Go to FILE>load ebook and look for the saved txt file of your ebook. Ok. For the output folder, go to FILE>OUTPUT>PSP>PICTURE. With this application, you can instantly preview your ebook in the PSP image found at the center as you personalize the view (portrait or landscape), fonts and font color, background color and headers. I suggest you use dirty white background with black Georgia font in 12 pt. Enter the title of your ebook in the box beside BUILD EBOOK button then hit the build button. It takes time to convert the txt file to jpeg. Also, it eats about 20-30 MB of memory. When done, unable usb mode. Go to PICTURES in your PSP XMB and you'll find a new folder with the ebook title u have entered. Read it in jpeg format. Just press L or R in your PSP to turn pages. Sometimes an ebook takes up 1000+ images and psp only views 1000 of it. So to continue reading the remaining pages, erase the previous images.

4. Use Bookr, a free application that let's you read txt file and pdf formats (no conversion needed). Download BOOKR.

*Note:this installer works only with PSP CFW version (those with M33 like 3.71 M33). If you have the ofw one (no M33) then only the above 3 applies to you. To know your PSP's Firmware Versio, click here.

If you got confused on where is the download option in that page, you have to click the icon/picture below the warning that this file might harm your computer (but it won't). To install, plug your psp to pc and enable usb mode. Remember the drive path of your psp (f: or g:), you will need it in the installation. Run the bookr installer and type your psp drive and your done. Send your ebook files to PSP>GAMES>BOOKR>BOOKS. Disconnect psp from desktop and run bookr in GAMES. Read the help there. It will teach you how to use bookr. Sometimes you have to save your ebook with bigger font. Use comic sans 13pt. Zoom in or out the views to make the pages fit the screen. You can bookmark pages with this application. It takes less memory storage along with your saved ebooks.

Without even trying the first three, I used the 4th one. Glad it worked for me. My ebooks come handy now. I can read wherever I want. =) Happy reading!

Thursday, July 22, 2010

How To Find out which Firmware Version your PSP has

Posted by Alei at 7/22/2010 0 comments
I happened to need to know my PSP Firmware version. I thought of reading ebooks through my PSP and the software just works with a certain version. Just follow these easy steps to know your own.

1. Turn on the PSP. Push the "HOME" button so you can get to the top level navigation where you can move between functional areas.

2. Go to the "Settings" menu (it's the one farthest to the left).
3. Scroll down to the "System Settings" icon and press X.
4. Scroll down to "System Information" and press X. The screen will display the PSP's MAC address, system software version, and nickname. The "System Software Version" is the firmware version. Here is my PSP's system information.

Friday, July 9, 2010

My to-do list

Posted by Alei at 7/09/2010 0 comments
No drops, no comments, less traffic and once-in-a-blue-moon posts are some of the indicators my blog seem to be a barren land for quite some time now. Blogging has to take a backseat while I work on these stuffs on my (terrible) to-do list. This is still in connection with my father's account.

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I have already acquired those items with check and yet more requirements left to fulfill. The items with asterisk still need sub requirements that makes my task ever so grueling. I'll do whatever it takes just to complete them early this month. I want to have a job already before I turn 23 by August. (I lose track of how many times have I mentioned about it here hehe) How I wish fate will conspire with me this time.

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Cupcake Dome Packaging for Sale

Posted by Alei at 7/08/2010 4 comments
  • 12 pesos each cupcake dome

  • minimum of 30 pieces per order
  • orders should be by increments of 10 ( 30, 40, 50 etc.)

  • Contact us at +639161820725, look for Summer.

Saturday, July 3, 2010

I hate my bank

Posted by Alei at 7/03/2010 3 comments
This is the first time I am being through a dilemma withmy bank. Before, I have all the reasons to love banks, but now, I have all the reasons to feel the other way around. I thought they find ways. Here is my tale.

I know almost all of us have experienced a fair share of how life is getting tougher especially when relating to money. Cutting back and saving money are what needs to be done. So here it goes, when my father died, he left an amount of money on his savings account. We tried to withdraw it explaining that he died just so it could be used to pay for his hospitalization expenses. They said we can have the money provided that we can present his death certificate and a receipt of the funeral services. The problem is, the hospital won’t it give it out unless we pay our bills. We went back to the bank relaying what the hospital told us.

Irritating right? Just the fact that the gravity of my father’s demise weighing me down left me felt like the whole world turned its back on me. Then, how can they make it any worse?
Helpless and enraged we were, we found another way to deal with the expenses. All we cared about that moment was to settle all that what’s need to be and spend our limited time with our father.

After a month or so, I ask my brother to follow up for our father’s account. With the death certificate and the receipt of funeral services, he went. To his dismay, he was given another set of requirements. It was in two parts. The first part was to be accomplished when the money left on the account is less than $1,087. The second part, which was my nightmare, was to be completed when the money is more than $1,739. My father’s account needed both the two parts to be released.

You see, it was about three months now from the time I started accomplishing the requirements. I was done with the first. It includes a letter of claim, death certificate, affidavit of extra judicial settlement and birth certificates. It was easier than the second. Well, easier is an understatement. Fulfilling the second part is a whole lot of stress. I invested money, time, and patience to get through. I am having problem with the first and the latter. A lot of things have to be done. Pay the taxes, find a way how to retrieve our land certificate, get hold of an affidavit of publication, obtain certificate from the BIR, have the extra judicial settlement registered at the registry of deeds etc.. Only heaven knows how and when all these will be heading. And who knows, I might have spent more than what we can get out off the expenses to have those papers.

How ironic, when we deposit money at the bank, no matter how much, they only ask for valid IDs and that’s it. On the other hand, when withdrawing, they demand relentless requirements. Funny thing though, you save your money at the bank expecting to have an interest even just a single cent. Only to find out, it requires more money for it to be released.

I know our situation is different having our after as the sole account holder. They say it could have been different if it was a joint account. However, is it fair? What if, the money in the account was the only resource we had? As if we have to beg to have our own money. Or would we borrow money from someone without knowing when to give back and if it would be the same amount?

The whole situation is getting on my nerves already. I am more patient than what I give myself credit for. If it not had been for the need of it, I would just drop it. Maybe I am too young to understand the logic behind it. I have my point, they have theirs. It’s just that when money is concerned, everybody seem to be cautious isn't?

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Inaugural Address of President Benigno Aquino III

Posted by Alei at 6/30/2010 0 comments
Source : The Inaugural Address of Benigno S. Aquino III

(Official English translation provided by Aquino media bureau)

His Excellency Jose Ramos Horta, Former President Fidel V. Ramos, Former President Joseph Estrada, Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile and members of the Senate, House Speaker Prospero Nograles and members of the House, justices of the Supreme Court, members of the foreign delegations,Your Excellencies of the diplomatic corps, fellow colleagues in government, aking mga kababayan.

My presence here today is proof that you are my true strength. I never expected that I will be here taking my oath of office before you, as your president. I never imagined that I would be tasked with continuing the mission of my parents. I never entertained the ambition to be the symbol of hope, and to inherit the problems of our nation.

I had a simple goal in life: to be true to my parents and our country as an honorable son, a caring brother, and a good citizen.

My father offered his life so our democracy could live. My mother devoted her life to nurturing that democracy. I will dedicate my life to making our democracy reach its fullest potential: that of ensuring equality for all. My family has sacrificed much and I am willing to do this again if necessary.

Although I was born to famous parents, I know and feel the problems of ordinary citizens. We all know what it is like to have a government that plays deaf and dumb. We know what it is like to be denied justice, to be ignored by those in whom we placed our trust and tasked to become our advocates.

Have you ever been ignored by the very government you helped put in power? I have. Have you had to endure being rudely shoved aside by the siren-blaring escorts of those who love to display their position and power over you? I have, too. Have you experienced exasperation and anger at a government that instead of serving you, needs to be endured by you? So have I.

I am like you. Many of our countrymen have already voted with their feet - migrating to other countries in search of change or tranquility. They have endured hardship, risked their lives because they believe that compared to their current state here, there is more hope for them in another country, no matter how bleak it may be. In moments when I thought of only my own welfare, I also wondered - is it possible that I can find the peace and quiet that I crave in another country? Is our government beyond redemption? Has it been written that the Filipino’s lot is merely to suffer?

Today marks the end of a regime indifferent to the appeals of the people. It is not Noynoy who found a way. You are the reason why the silent suffering of the nation is about to end. This is the beginning of my burden, but if many of us will bear the cross we will lift it, no matter how heavy it is.

Through good governance in the coming years, we will lessen our problems. The destiny of the Filipino will return to its rightful place, and as each year passes, the Filipino’s problems will continue to lessen with the assurance of progress in their lives.

We are here to serve and not to lord over you. The mandate given to me was one of change. I accept your marching orders to transform our government from one that is self-serving to one that works for the welfare of the nation.

This mandate is the social contract that we agreed upon. It is the promise I made during the campaign, which you accepted on election day.

During the campaign we said, “If no one is corrupt, no one will be poor.” That is no mere slogan for posters -- it is the defining principle that will serve as the foundation of our administration.

Our foremost duty is to lift the nation from poverty through honest and effective governance.

The first step is to have leaders who are ethical, honest, and true public servants. I will set the example. I will strive to be a good model. I will not break the trust you have placed in me. I will ensure that this, too, will be the advocacy of my Cabinet and those who will join our government.

I do not believe that all of those who serve in our government are corrupt. In truth, the majority of them are honest. They joined government to serve and do good. Starting today, they will have the opportunity to show that they have what it takes. I am counting on them to help fight corruption within the bureaucracy.

To those who have been put in positions by unlawful means, this is my warning: we will begin earning back the trust of our people by reviewing midnight appointments. Let this serve as a warning to those who intend to continue the crooked ways that have become the norm for too long.

To our impoverished countrymen, starting today, your government will be your champion.

We will not disregard the needs of our students. We will begin by addressing the glaring shortage in classrooms and educational facilities.

Gradually, we will lessen the lack of infrastructures for transportation, tourism and trade. From now on, mediocre work will not be good enough when it comes to roads, bridges, and buildings because we will hold contractors responsible for maintaining their projects in good condition.

We will revive the emergency employment program established by former President Corazon Aquino. This will provide jobs for local communities and will help in the development of their and our economy.

We will not be the cause of your suffering or hardship. We will strengthen collections by the Bureau of Internal Revenue and we will fight corruption in the Bureau of Customs in order to fund our objectives for the public welfare, such as:

· Quality education, including vocational education, so that those who choose not to attend college or those who cannot afford it can find dignified livelihood;

· Improved public health services such as PhilHealth for all within three years;

· A home for every family, within safe communities.

We will strengthen the armed forces and the police, not to serve the interests of those who want to wield power with impunity, but to give added protection for ordinary folk. The armed forces and the police risk their lives daily so that the nation can live in peace and security. The population has doubled and yet their numbers remain unchanged. It is not right that those who make sacrifices are treated pitifully.

If there was a fertilizer scam in the past, today there will be security for farmers. We will help them with irrigation, extension services, and marketing their products at the best possible prices.

We are directing Secretary Alcala to set up trading centers that will directly link farmers and consumers thereby eliminating middlemen and opportunities for corruption. In this way, funds can be shared by farmers and consumers. We will make our country attractive to investors. We will cut red tape dramatically and implement stable economic policies. We will level the playing field for investors and make government an enabler, not a hindrance to business. This is the only means by which we can provide jobs for our people.

Our goal is to create jobs at home so that there will be no need to look for employment abroad. However, as we work towards that end, I am ordering the DFA, POEA, OWWA, and other relevant agencies to be even more responsive to the needs and welfare of our overseas Filipino workers.

We will strengthen the process of consultation and feedback. We will strive to uphold the constitutional right of citizens to information on matters of public concern.

We relived the spirit of people power during the campaign. Let it take us to good and effective governance. Those who believe in people power put the welfare of others before their own.

I can forgive those who did me wrong but I have no right to forgive those who abused our people.

To those who talk about reconciliation, if they mean that they would like us to simply forget about the wrongs that they have committed in the past, we have this to say: there can be no reconciliation without justice. When we allow crimes to go unpunished, we give consent to their occurring over and over again. Secretary de Lima, you have your marching orders. Begin the process of providing true and complete justice for all.

We are also happy to inform you the acceptance of Chief Justice Hilario Davide of the challenge of strengthening and heading a Truth Commission that will shed light on many unanswered issues that continue to haunt our country.

My government will be sincere in dealing with all the peoples of Mindanao. We are committed to a peaceful and just settlement of conflict, inclusive of the interests of all -- may they be Lumads, Bangsamoro or Christian.

We shalI defeat the enemy by wielding the tools of justice, social reform, and equitable governance leading to a better life. With proper governance life will improve for all. When we are all living well, who will want to go back to living under oppression?

If I have all of you by my side, we will be able to build a nation in which there will be equality of opportunity, because each of us fulfilled our duties and responsibilities equally.

After the elections, you proved that it is the people who wield power in this country.

This is what democracy means. It is the foundation of our unity. We campaigned for change. Because of this, the Filipino stands tall once more. We are all part of a nation that can begin to dream again.

To our friends and neighbors around the world, we are ready to take our place as a reliable member of the community of nations, a nation serious about its commitments and which harmonizes its national interests with its international responsibilities.

We will be a predictable and consistent place for investment, a nation where everyone will say, “it all works.”

Today, I am inviting you to pledge to yourselves and to our people. No one shall be left behind.

No more junkets, no more senseless spending. No more turning back on pledges made during the campaign, whether today or in the coming challenges that will confront us over the next six years. No more influence-peddling, no more patronage politics, no more stealing. No more sirens, no more short cuts, no more bribes. It is time for us to work together once more.

We are here today because we stood together and believed in hope. We had no resources to campaign other than our common faith in the inherent goodness of the Filipino.

The people who are behind us dared to dream. Today, the dream starts to become a reality. To those among you who are still undecided about sharing the common burden I have only one question: Are you going to quit now that we have won?

You are the boss so I cannot ignore your orders. We will design and implement an interaction and feedback mechanism that can effectively respond to your needs and aspirations.

You are the ones who brought me here - our volunteers - old, young, celebrity, ordinary folks who went around the country to campaign for change; my household help who provided for all my personal needs; my family, friends, colleagues at work, who shared, cared, and gave their support; my lawyers who stayed all hours to guard my votes and make sure they were counted; and the millions of Filipinos who prevailed, kept faith, and never lost hope - I offer my heartfelt gratitude.

I will not be able to face my parents and you who have brought me here if do not fulfill the promises I made.

My parents sought nothing less, died for nothing less, than democracy and peace. I am blessed by this legacy. I shall carry the torch forward.

My hope is that when I leave office, everyone can say that we have traveled far on the right path, and that we are able to bequeath a better future to the next generation. Join me in continuing this fight for change.

Thank you and long live the Filipino people!



Ang pagtayo ko dito ngayon ay patunay na kayo ang aking tunay na lakas. Hindi ko inakala na darating tayo sa puntong ito, na ako'y manunumpa sa harap ninyo bilang inyong Pangulo. Hindi ko pinangarap maging tagapagtaguyod ng pag-asa at tagapagmana ng mga suliranin ng ating bayan.

Ang layunin ko sa buhay ay simple lang: maging tapat sa aking mga magulang at sa bayan bilang isang marangal na anak, mabait na kuya, at mabuting mamamayan.

Nilabanan ng aking ama ang diktadurya at ibinuwis niya ang kanyang buhay para tubusin ang ating demokrasya. Inalay ng aking ina ang kanyang buhay upang pangalagaan ang demokrasyang ito. Ilalaan ko ang aking buhay para siguraduhin na ang ating demokrasya ay kapaki-pakinabang sa bawat isa. Namuhunan na po kami ng dugo at handa kong gawin ito kung muling kinakailangan.

Tanyag man ang aking mga magulang at ang kanilang mga nagawa, alam ko rin ang problema ng ordinaryong mamamayan. Alam nating lahat ang pakiramdam na magkaroon ng pamahalaang bulag at bingi. Alam natin ang pakiramdam na mapagkaitan ng hustisya, na mabalewala ng mga taong pinagkatiwalaan at inatasan nating maging ating tagapagtanggol.

Kayo ba ay minsan ring nalimutan ng pamahalaang inyong iniluklok sa puwesto? Ako rin. Kayo ba ay nagtiis na sa trapiko para lamang masingitan ng isang naghahari-hariang de-wangwang sa kalsada? Ako rin. Kayo ba ay sawang-sawa na sa pamahalaang sa halip na magsilbi sa taumbayan ay kailangan pa nila itong pagpasensiyahan at tiisin? Ako rin.

Katulad ninyo ako. Marami na sa atin ang bumoto gamit ang kanilang paa - nilisan na nila ang ating bansa sa kanilang paghahanap ng pagbabago at katahimikan. Tiniis nila ang hirap, sinugod ang panganib sa ibang bansa dahil doon may pag-asa kahit kaunti na dito sa atin ay hindi nila nakikita. Sa iilang sandali na sarili ko lang ang aking inaalala, pati ako ay napag-isip din - talaga bang hindi na mababago ang pamamahala natin dito? Hindi kaya nasa ibang bansa ang katahimikang hinahanap ko? Saan ba nakasulat na kailangang puro pagtitiis ang tadhana ng Pilipino?

Ngayon, sa araw na ito - dito magwawakas ang pamumunong manhid sa mga daing ng taumbayan. Hindi si Noynoy ang gumawa ng paraan, kayo ang dahilan kung bakit ngayon, magtatapos na ang pagtitiis ng sambayanan. Ito naman po ang umpisa ng kalbaryo ko, ngunit kung marami tayong magpapasan ng krus ay kakayanin natin ito, gaano man kabigat.

Sa tulong ng wastong pamamahala sa mga darating na taon, maiibsan din ang marami nating problema. Ang tadhana ng Pilipino ay babalik sa tamang kalagayan, na sa bawat taon pabawas ng pabawas ang problema ng Pinoy na nagsusumikap at may kasiguruhan sila na magiging tuloy-tuloy na ang pagbuti ng kanilang sitwasyon.

Kami ay narito para magsilbi at hindi para maghari. Ang mandato ninyo sa amin ay pagbabago - isang malinaw na utos para ayusin ang gobyerno at lipunan mula sa pamahalaang iilan lamang ang nakikinabang tungo sa isang pamahalaang kabutihan ng mamamayan ang pinangangalagaan.

Ang mandatong ito ay isa kung saan kayo at ang inyong pangulo ay nagkasundo para sa pagbabago - isang paninindigan na ipinangako ko noong kampanya at tinanggap ninyo noong araw ng halalan.

Sigaw natin noong kampanya: "Kung walang corrupt, walang mahirap." Hindi lamang ito pang slogan o pang poster - ito ang mga prinsipyong tinatayuan at nagsisilbing batayan ng ating administrasyon.

Ang ating pangunahing tungkulin ay ang magsikap na maiangat ang bansa mula sa kahirapan, sa pamamagitan ng pagpapairal ng katapatan at mabuting pamamalakad sa pamahalaan.

Ang unang hakbang ay ang pagkakaroon ng tuwid at tapat na hanay ng mga pinuno. Magsisimula ito sa akin. Sisikapin kong maging isang mabuting ehemplo. Hinding hindi ko sasayangin ang tiwalang ipinagkaloob ninyo sa akin. Sisiguraduhin ko na ganito rin ang adhikain ng aking Gabinete at ng mga magiging kasama sa ating pamahalaan.

Naniniwala akong hindi lahat ng nagsisilbi sa gobyerno ay corrupt. Sa katunayan, mas marami sa kanila ay tapat. Pinili nilang maglingkod sa gobyerno upang gumawa ng kabutihan. Ngayon, magkakaroon na sila ng pagkakataong magpakitang-gilas. Inaasahan natin sila sa pagsupil ng korapsyon sa loob mismo ng burukrasya.

Sa mga itinalaga sa paraang labag sa batas, ito ang aking babala: sisimulan natin ang pagbabalik ng tiwala sa pamamagitan ng pag-usisa sa mga "midnight appointments." Sana ay magsilbi itong babala sa mga nag-iisip na ipagpatuloy ang baluktot na kalakarang nakasanayan na ng marami.

Sa mga kapuspalad nating mga kababayan, ngayon, ang pamahalaan ang inyong kampeon.

Hindi natin ipagpapaliban ang mga pangangailangan ng ating mga estudyante, kaya't sisikapin nating punan ang kakulangan sa ating mga silid-aralan.

Unti-unti din nating babawasan ang mga kakulangan sa imprastraktura para sa transportasyon, turismo at pangangalakal. Mula ngayon, hindi na puwede ang "puwede na" pagdating sa mga kalye, tulay at gusali dahil magiging responsibilidad ng mga kontratista ang panatilihing nasa mabuting kalagayan ang mga proyekto nila.

Bubuhayin natin ang programang "emergency employment" ng dating pangulong Corazon Aquino sa pagtatayo ng mga bagong imprastraktura na ito. Ito ay magbibigay ng trabaho sa mga local na komunidad at makakatulong sa pagpapalago ng kanila at ng ating ekonomiya.

Hindi kami magiging sanhi ng inyong pasakit at perwisyo. Palalakasin natin ang koleksyon at pupuksain natin ang korapsyon sa Kawanihan ng Rentas Internas at Bureau of Customs para mapondohan natin ang ating mga hinahangad para sa lahat, tulad ng:

· dekalidad na edukasyon, kabilang ang edukasyong bokasyonal para makapaghanap ng marangal na trabaho ang hindi makapag-kolehiyo;
· serbisyong pangkalusugan, tulad ng Philhealth para sa lahat sa loob ng tatlong taon;
· tirahan sa loob ng mga ligtas na komunidad.

Palalakasin at palalaguin natin ang bilang ng ating kasundaluhan at kapulisan, hindi para tugunan ang interes ng mga naghahari-harian, ngunit para proteksyunan ang mamamayan. Itinataya nila ang kanilang buhay para mayroong pagkakataon sa katahimikan at kapayapaan sa sambayanan. Dumoble na ang populasyong kanilang binabantayan, nanatili naman sila sa bilang. Hindi tama na ang nagmamalasakit ay kinakawawa.

Kung dati ay may fertilizer scam, ngayon ay may kalinga ng tunay para sa mga magsasaka. Tutulungan natin sila sa irigasyon, extension services, at sa pagbenta ng kanilang produkto sa pinakamataas na presyong maaari.

Inaatasan natin na ang papasok na Secretary Alcala ay magtayo ng mga trading centers kung saan diretso na ang magsasaka sa mamimili - lalaktawan natin ang gitna, kasama na ang kotong cop. Sa ganitong paraan, ang dating napupunta sa gitna ay maari nang paghatian ng magsasaka at mamimili.

Gagawin nating kaaya-aya sa negosyante ang ating bansa. We will cut red tape dramatically and implement stable economic policies. We will level the playing field for investors and make government an enabler, not a hindrance, to business. Sa ganitong paraan lamang natin mapupunan ang kakulangan ng trabaho para sa ating mga mamamayan.

Layunin nating paramihin ang trabaho dito sa ating bansa upang hindi na kailanganin ang mangibang-bansa para makahanap lamang ng trabaho. Ngunit habang ito ay hindi pa natin naaabot, inaatasan ko ang mga kawani ng DFA, POEA at ng OWWA at iba pang mga kinauukulang ahensiya na mas lalo pang paigtingin ang pagtugon sa mga hinaing at pangangailangan ng ating mga overseas Filipino workers.

Papaigtingin namin ang proceso ng konsultasyon at pag-uulat sa taumbayan. Sisikapin naming isakatuparan ang nakasaad sa ating Konstitusiyon na kinikilala ang karapatan ng mamamayaan na magkaroon ng kaalaman ukol sa mga pampublikong alintana.

Binuhay natin ang diwa ng people power noong kampanya. Ipagpatuloy natin ito tungo sa tuwid at tapat na pamamahala. Ang naniniwala sa people power ay nakatuon sa kapwa at hindi sa sarili.

Sa mga nang-api sa akin, kaya ko kayong patawarin at pinapatawad ko na kayo. Sa mga nang-api sa sambayanan, wala akong karapatan na limutin ang inyong mga kasalanan.

To those who are talking about reconciliation, if they mean that they would like us to simply forget about the wrongs that they have committed in the past, we have this to say: there can be no reconciliation without justice. Sa paglimot ng pagkakasala, sinisigurado mong maulit muli ang mga pagkakasalang ito. Secretary de Lima, you have your marching orders. Begin the process of providing true and complete justice for all.

Ikinagagalak din naming ibahagi sa inyo ang pagtanggap ni dating Chief Justice Hilario Davide Jr. sa hamon ng pagtatatag at pamumuno sa isang Truth Commission na magbibigay linaw sa maraming kahinahinalang isyu na hanggang ngayon ay walang kasagutan at resolusyon.

Ang sinumang nagkamali ay kailangang humarap sa hustisya. Hindi maaaring patuloy ang kalakaran ng walang pananagutan at tuloy na pang-aapi.

My government will be sincere in dealing with all the peoples of Mindanao. We are committed to a peaceful and just settlement of conflicts, inclusive of the interests of all - may they be Lumads, Bangsamoro or Christian.

We shall defeat the enemy by wielding the tools of justice, social reform, and equitable governance leading to a better life. Sa tamang pamamahala gaganda ang buhay ng lahat, at sa buhay na maganda, sino pa ang gugustuhing bumalik sa panahon ng pang-aapi?

Kung kasama ko kayo, maitataguyod natin ang isang bayan kung saan pantay-pantay ang pagkakataon, dahil pantay-pantay nating ginagampanan ang ating mga pananagutan.

Kamakailan lamang, ang bawat isa sa atin ay nanindigan sa presinto. Bumoto tayo ayon sa ating karapatan at konsensiya. Hindi tayo umatras sa tungkulin nating ipaglaban ang karapatan na ito.

Pagkatapos ng bilangan, pinatunayan ninyo na ang tao ang tunay na lakas ng bayan.

Ito ang kahalagahan ng ating demokrasya. Ito ang pundasyon ng ating pagkakaisa. Nangampanya tayo para sa pagbabago. Dahil dito taas-noo muli ang Pilipino. Tayong lahat ay kabilang sa isang bansa kung saan maaari nang mangarap muli.

To our friends and neighbors around the world, we are ready to take our place as a reliable member of the community of nations, a nation serious about its commitments and which harmonizes its national interests with its international responsibilities.

We will be a predictable and consistent place for investment, a nation where everyone will say, "it all works."

Inaanyayahan ko kayo ngayon na manumpa sa ating mga sarili, sa sambayanan, WALANG MAIIWAN.

Walang pangingibang-bayan at gastusan na walang wastong dahilan. Walang pagtalikod sa mga salitang binitawan noong kampanya, ngayon at hanggang sa mga susunod pang pagsubok na pagdadaanan sa loob ng anim na taon.

Walang lamangan, walang padrino at walang pagnanakaw. Walang wang-wang, walang counterflow, walang tong. Panahon na upang tayo ay muling magkawanggawa.

Nandito tayo ngayon dahil sama-sama tayong nanindigan at nagtiwala na may pag-asa.

The people who are behind us dared to dream. Today, the dream starts to become a reality. Sa inyong mga nag-iisip pa kung tutulong kayo sa pagpasan ng ating krus, isa lang ang aking tanong - kung kailan tayo nanalo, saka pa ba kayo susuko?

Kayo ang boss ko, kaya't hindi maaaring hindi ako makinig sa mga utos ninyo. We will design and implement an interaction and feedback mechanism that can effectively respond to the people's needs and aspirations.

Kayo ang nagdala sa akin sa puntong ito - ang ating mga volunteers - matanda, bata, celebrity, ordinaryong tao, na umikot sa Pilipinas para ikampanya ang pagbabago; ang aking mga kasambahay, na nag-asikaso ng lahat ng aking mga personal na pangangailangan; ang aking pamilya, kaibigan at katrabaho, na dumamay, nag-alaga at nagbigay ng suporta sa akin; ang ating mga abogado, na nagpuyat para bantayan ang ating mga boto at siguraduhing mabilang ang bawat isa; ang aking mga kapartido at kaalyado na kasama kong nangahas mangarap; at ang milyun-milyong Pilipinong nagkaisa, nagtiwala at hindi nawalan ng pag-asa - nasa inyo ang aking taos-pusong pasasalamat.

Hindi ko makakayang harapin ang aking mga magulang, at kayong mga nagdala sa akin sa yugto ng buhay kong ito, kung hindi ko maisasakatuparan ang aking mga binitawang salita sa araw na ito.

My parents sought nothing less and died for nothing less than democracy, peace and prosperity. I am blessed by this legacy. I shall carry the torch forward.

Layunin ko na sa pagbaba ko sa katungkulan, masasabi ng lahat na malayo na ang narating natin sa pagtahak ng tuwid na landas at mas maganda na ang kinabukasang ipapamana natin sa susunod na henerasyon. Samahan ninyo ako sa pagtatapos ng laban na ito. Tayo na sa tuwid na landas.

Maraming salamat po at mabuhay ang sambayanang Pilipino! (June 30, 2010)

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Solution for Error "Clean Unable 46" for Brother Printers

Posted by Alei at 6/08/2010 34 comments
I encountered the error message "Clean Unable 46"" with my Brother Printer. For some reasons I have no idea of, it stopped working. Everytime I turn it on, the LCD displays the error message. The LCD suggests to read the manual for troubleshooting. The thing is, I misplaced my guide leaving me searching the Google for a manual source. But, the user manual was of no help. It only stated these probable causes:
a.) The machine has a mechanical problem and/or
b.)Foreign objects such as paper clip or ripped paper is in the machine.

Their solution is to “Open the scanner cover and remove any foreign objects inside the machine. If the error message continues, disconnect the machine from the power for several minutes and then reconnect it.” I followed the instructions as the manual stated. And yet, the it did not worked. I was alarmed that I might need to buy a new printer.

I googled once more and found the cause of the problem. The ink waste pads were full so the only solution is to reset the purge counter or the waste counter. I thought it can only be done by Brother technician until, I found these steps and I was able to fix it. No need to visit the Brother Service Centers. I saved time and effort. =)

Just follow these steps carefully and accurately. This also works with DCP 130C, DCP 110C, DCP 115C, DCP 315CN, DCP 330C, DCP 357C. Good luck!

1. To enter MAINTENANCE Mode, press Menu, then Mono and press UP 4 times.
2. Using arrow up button look for the following:
a. 8 then press SET/OK
b. 0 then press SET/OK
3. Using MONO START, just press it until the word "PURGE XXXXX" comes out.
4. Using arrow up button look for the following:
a. 2 then press SET/OK
b. 7 then press SET/OK
a. 8 then press SET/OK
b. 3 then press SET/OK
This is to reset the purge counter.
When “PURGE 00000” appear press STOP/EXIT
5. Using arrow up button look for the following:
a. 0 then press SET/OK
b. 1 then press SET/OK (To reset unit)
a. 9 then press SET/OK
b. 9 then press SET/OK (To exit Maintenance mode) Your printer should be fine now. I hope I was able to help. :)

Saturday, April 24, 2010

Computers for Sale

Posted by Alei at 4/24/2010 2 comments
I am posting this in behalf of my sister. Computers come in complete set up perfect for those who want to start computer rentals business. Estimated price is Php 175,000.00 and is still negotiable.


1 PC






1 PC.






1 PC.






5 PCS.




VIDEOCARD: NVIDIA GeForced4 mx 4000 128mb 128BIT


2 PCS.






3 PCS.




VIDEOCARD: NVIDIA GeForced4 mx 4000 128mb







1 PC. 17” LG LCD (BLACK)






Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Basic Polymer Clay Baking Workshop

Posted by Alei at 3/16/2010 3 comments
I have always been fascinated with designs. I grew up loving art, drawing and coloring. During my school days, my projects consistently mirrored creativity. It’s a natural gift that I w0uld like to hone and utilize. The only problem is where to apply it. Then, the thought of clay baking comes in. Believing it’s the perfect subject to employ my artistic skill, I tagged along Adrian and attended a workshop last Saturday.

Our mentor was Ms. Kathleen Ching of Pumpkin Beads of Multiply. She started the 4-hour introducing the materials used for baking, from polymer clays, acrylic rolling pin, push molds and almost everything basic about polymer clay. I took a shot of them.

Ok, I’ll cut my story short and continue to my favorite part, molding/ designing! Hahaha (what a bias).

Our first take was to make a cookie. Here are the procedures.

As we go on, I learned that the clays vary in their degree of softness. Some were not-so-soft, others were hard that needs clay softener to enable molding. Our next task was an ice cream.

my ice cream

Adrian adding texture to his ice cream.

To ease the molding process, push molds can be used. But, not all your great ideas cannot be depended on the molds. So, you have to rely on your creative hands and ideas to make the designs you wanted.

The designs we made were baked for thirty minutes. Here are the baked goodies/ finished products. The eye pins will serve as attachment for keychains or cellphone charms. The letters were made using the push molds.

More baked clays will be posted in the future. I was thinking of something like "Clay Tuesday" to make room for my baked clays. Who knows? I might be at Multiply, selling these products.

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Crazy over Crazy Crepes

Posted by Alei at 3/02/2010 6 comments

I had my first savor of crepe was at crazy crepes last month at Trinoma with Adrian. Their dummy crepes encased in the glass look yummy that enticed us to try. As newbies, we only bought a single banana crepe with fresh/whipped cream. The store crew asked us if I want to have it with ice cream. Thinking that it could be messy with just the paper as a cone to cover the crepe, I said no. Then, only to find out that it comes with a small spoon to ease consuming it. I told myself to try the ice cream crepe the next time.

Crepes models against the glass

Last Saturday, I felt that sugar rush in me again. And by that time, we visited Crazy Crepes at SM The Block. I went for the banana-choco-vanilla. Adrian chose blueberries. Both combination we picked comes with ice cream.

The crepes were prepared right before my eyes and I was able to observe how they prepare the crepes. The crepes are freshly made then laid out to add the whipped cream. Your fruit of choice comes next. Some crepes come with a scoop of ice cream, others don’t. It is your choice if you want to have a scoop. Syrup is drizzled over the combination of fruits, ice cream and whipped cream. My crepe comes with banana, whipped, ice cream and chocolate syrup. Adrian’s serving comes with blueberry, whipped cream, ice cream and some nuts. The crepe is then rolled and folded with paper and served like an ice cream with a spoon.

And voila! My favorite part, eating haha. Here’s my banana crepe topped with chocolate syrup. I was not able to get a better shot than this because I was excited to eat. =)

Both crepes are delectable. I equally love the whipped cream and the ice cream. (I remember myself scooping out the whipped cream before stirring my frappe when at a coffee shop.) The only problem is it gets a little messy when I bite off the crepe itself. Of course, I can’t scoop it like the ice cream.

Everything displayed through their glass are mouth-watering. One will surely have a hard time taking which to pick. Prices range from Php 80-120. The prices are actually reasonable considering it’s a delicious snack. It is really a must-try.

Monday, February 22, 2010

PUPCET Results 2010

Posted by Alei at 2/22/2010 1 comments
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Thursday, February 18, 2010

Going Positive

Posted by Alei at 2/18/2010 2 comments

Despite all the bottlenecks that I am starting to experience these days, I am going to be more optimistic especially on my career. That will be my New Year’s resolution, to be perfectly sanguine on every aspect off my life. It’s the safest New Year’s resolution isn’t? =)

Last Monday, I and Adrian went out for a job fair. I only applied for a single post at a hotel. 97% of all the other vacancies are call center jobs but, I did not pass on any of them. Just the thought of working at night makes me feel I can not make it even a week. Sustaining a night shift schedule can pose serious consequences to health. Out of my more than 15 pieces of my resume, only a single piece was deducted hehe. I passed few resumes online to compensate for my low application at the job fair. I have scheduled my next Monday for another job fair but I am still uncertain if I will pursue it due to the number of companies which is again, limited to the BPO industry.

I look forward to positive results of my applications. I am excited for my first job (if ever). And from now, I will live by the line, “Forget regret yesterday, live with hope today and the rest of the days.” Have a good day ahead!

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Job Fair Schedules 2010

Posted by Alei at 2/13/2010 5 comments
On the hunt for a job? I am too! I have compiled the job fair schedules this year. Goodluck to us. See you there!

February 15-16, 2010
Trinoma Mall, Activity Center
Quezon City

Job World Job Fair Roadshow 2010 – Leg 3
by Neotrade Enterprises
February 17-18, 2010
Robinsons Metro East
Marcos Highway, Pasig City

February 22 - 23, 10am to 7pm

Job World Job Fair Roadshow 2010 – Leg 4
by Neotrade Enterprises
February 23-25, 2010
Robinsons Galleria
Ortigas Avenue, cor EDSA
Quezon City

Trabaho sa Filipino – Manila Bulletin
by: Manila Bulletin
Mar 23, 2010 – Mar 24, 2010
Glorietta Activity Center

Glorietta Activity Center, Glorietta, Makati City
Viva Trabaho at Negosyo
by VRC Creative Events
April 9-10, 2010
Megatrade Hall 3
SM Megamall

Angat Pinoy
A Viva Job Fair Event
by IBM and Jobstreet
April 13 and 14, 2010
Megatrade Hall 3
Mega B, SM Megamall

Island Exhibit in cooperation with
April 23-24, 2010
2/F Trade Hall, Starmall
Edsa-Shaw Mandaluyong City

Immediate Hiring at Trinoma Part III
May12-13 2010
Trinoma Activity Center North Eds QC.

MEi Job Fair
Trinoma Activity Center
June 9 and 10, 2010
10 am-5 pm

12th Metro Job Fair 2010

by: AdExhibit Inc.
Jun 24, 2010 – Jun 26, 2010
Mega Trade Hall 3, SM Mega Mall, Mandaluyong City
For inquiries,please call AdExhibit at 633-9125 or email at

Pamilyang OFW Overseas Job Fair
July 2-3, 2010
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Philippine Trade Training Center, Pasay City

DZRH 6 Job Expo
July 14-15, 2010
Aliw Theater, CCP Complex
Roxas Boulevard, Manila

2nd Mei Job Fair
July 15 & 16,2010 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
3rd Floor, Trade Center, Victory Central Mall in Caloocan

CALABARZON Mega Job Fair 2010
June 23, 2010 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Municipal Park, Baybayin, Los BaƱos, Laguna

Job Fairs 3

July 24-25, 2010
Megatrade Hall 3, 5th Floor Mega B
SM Megamall, Mandaluyong City

Mei Mega Job Fair in Cubao
July 29 and 30, 2010 10:00 am - 5:00 am
Level 3, New Farmers Plaza, Araneta Quezon City

The 3rd Get a Job
August 25-26,2010
Trinoma Activity Center
North EDSA, Quezon City

13th Metro Job Fair
by: AdExhibit Inc.
Aug 26, 2010 – Aug 28, 2010
Mega Trade Hall 3, SM Mega Mall, Mandaluyong City
For inquiries,please call AdExhibit at 633-9125 or email at

14th Retail, Careers, IT and Services Job Fair
September 10 - 11, 2010
Glorietta Activity Center Makati

Adamson University Job Fair
September 15- 16, 2010
St. Vincent Hall S. V. Building
Adamson University

Job Fest and Career Fair 2010
September 16- 17
SMX Convention Center, Function Room 2

The 2nd Job Search at Starmall
by Exhibit Link
September 17-18,2010

2/F Trade Hall, Starmall
Edsa-Shaw Mandaluyong City

University of the East Jobfair
September 22

4th North Triangle Career Fair 2010
October 5-6, 2010
Trinoma Activity Center

The 16th Job Fair at The Mega
October 8-10,2010
Mega Trade Hall 3, 5th Level Mega B
SM Megamall, Mandaluyong City

3rd National Career Fair 2010

by: AdExhibit Inc.
Oct 19, 2010 – Oct 20, 2010
Glorietta Activity Center, Glorietta, Makati City
For inquiries,please call AdExhibit at 633-9125 or email at

3rd National Career Fair 2010
by Adexhibit
October 19-20, 2010
Glorietta Activity Center

This is so me Copyright 2010Think Pink Credits to Gisele Jaquenod Modified by Alei