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Marian Rivera wows her fans in a photo posted in Instagram
July 15, 2018
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There are a lot of beautiful people both inside and out who are in the show business industry. Most of them got in the industry mostly because of their beautiful features and good looks. It is always an added factor to get you in the show business industry to have a beautiful face. A lot of them became popular because of their remarkable talent in acting and undeniable charm in front of the camera.

One of the top celebrities today became very popular because she has both the beauty and talent of an actress. That is none other than the charming and beautiful Kapuso actress Marian Rivera-Dantes.

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She began her career in the industry as a commercial model. From then, she started playing supporting characters in a lot of TV shows. Her breakthrough in the industry happened when she played as the main character in the Filipino adaptation of the Spanish TV series “Marimar.” The character suits her character as she is also a half-Spanish actress. She became the rising star after she did Marimar spectacularly. It was followed by a lot more main roles in various shows and all of them are big hits. A few of these shows are Dyesebel, Darna, Amaya, and Temptation of Wife.

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A photo of her that was posted in Instagram yesterday by a fan went viral. It was a photo taken from her mall show in Festive Mall in Iloilo that had appened last June 30. In the photo, she looked very much happy yet still poised. She looked incredible in the photo even though the angle is a little unflattering. She still made it look easy to be beautiful.

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Fans have been commenting on the said photo since it was posted. it has gained almost a thousand of likes in the said social media platform. Some of the fans’ comments are the following:

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“Grabeee syaaa !!!!! nagiisa lng ata ito kahit saan tingnan wala ka talagang makita na hindi maganda.”

“jusmiyo! lahat ng angles hindi maganda,kundi sobraaaaang. gandaaaaaa…”

Indeed, Marian Rivera’s beauty is timeless

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Two creative men built their own swimming pool with indigenous materials, no equipment at all!
July 15, 2018
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Nothing is impossible as long as you exert enough effort for it to become a reality. Building something that you desire is not as easy as you think, that’s why people who have the capacity will resort to just paying people to build it for them. But for some who can’t afford employing other people, they tend to take matters on their own hand. Literally.

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Two men decided to build a whole swimming pool on their own. Sounds tedious right? Well, it definitely is, plus the fact that the two did not even use any construction equipment. They just used a couple of bamboo and their bare hands!

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They started by drawing a line on the ground as a marker on how big their pool will be. After that, they started digging a large hole in it. Imagine doing this with only the two of you! They even made an elevated area at the center of the pool where you can jump from or rest.

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Once they’ve reached the desired depth of the hole, they started pouring cement on the floor area and the pool’s walls, using only their hands! The two then successfully finished this task and was able to cover the pool with cement. They’ve reached night time but they still continue doing their project even in the dark.

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The next day, they started putting color on their project. But instead of using paint, they, again, used indigenous materials such as the extract from crushed leaves and flowers. They painted the pool with these using nothing but their bare hands.

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What else does a swimming pool need to be functional? Water, of course. Since there is no direct source of water in the pool area, they used a couple of bamboos and connected them to the water source nearby. Now all they have to do is wait for the pool to be filled up!

Soon, the two men enjoyed the fruit of their labor as they swim endlessly in their masterpiece.

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Everyone Would Want to Live In This Pink Tiny House Once They See What’s Inside
July 15, 2018
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Whenever people are asked on the size of their dream house, they usually describe it as a huge mansion with a lot of spaces. They usually equate the largeness of a house as something extravagant and elite.

When people look at tiny houses, they usually think it’s pitiful and shrug the idea of living there.

Tiny Living Inc. begs to differ with the common notion of the people in tiny houses. The company built a little 2×4 structured house called “Poco Pink”.

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It may look like a life-size kennel for female socialites like Paris Hilton and Kim Kardashian West but don’t be fooled by its facade because it is like a genie’s lamp — it has everything you need.

The Poco Pink is an eye candy tiny house that was built on an 18-foot trailer with a compact of 160 square feet

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Get ready to be surprised because once you entered inside, you will be astonished by how it nestled all the necessary parts of a normal household and still managed to look spacious.

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What’s the secret? The company used numerous windows and high ceilings that make claustrophobic people feel comfortable inside. It also shows additional storage by strategically placing loft shelves inside.

They also have a breakfast nook for two that can be folded down if you want to have more space.

But is there a space for the kitchen? Of course! It boasts plenty of electrical outlets and counter space for appliances. There’s also a revolving storage below the countertop which could also be a convenience.

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There’s also a nice bathroom just right next to the kitchen.

And to cap things off, the Poco Pink has an open loft bedroom that is above the kitchen and the bathroom. With just a ladder, you can now sleep in the bedroom that can manage to have a queen-sized bed.

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What do you think of this house? Do you want to live here? Tell us in the comments section below.

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Argentinian mother chose to live in a shipping container, she remodeled beautifully
July 15, 2018
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Mothers have their own way of showing their love for their children. Even if the things they do seem bizarre all they really care about the safety and security of their precious ones.

Lulu, a country girl from Argentina decided to live her life with her young daughter in a very simple way. She chose to make a home out of a shipping container rather than living in a normal house.

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She said the shipping container already went back in forth to China. This means it has been on the sea for quite some time now. Hence, the clever mother acquired it for free. When they moved to their unusual home, Lulu only had four dollars in her pocket.

Lulu had no idea with construction work. The only experience she had with it is when she remodeled a boat once. However, this amazing mother did everything to make their new house feel more like a home.

She did the plumbing. She put Styrofoam and bubble wrap on the walls and ceiling to shield the dry wood from the risk of getting wet when it rains. Despite all the handiwork being done by a neophyte handyman, Lulu was able to fix her new home complete with its essential needs. From the sink, toilet, to a bed, they’ve got it.

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Another wonderful modification Lulu made was the glass ceiling. She and her daughter can see the night sky when they lay down their beds.

“When you don’t have money you just get creative,” said Lulu. She admitted that everything they own was from the dump.

Despite their financial situation, Lulu doesn’t regret a thing, in fact, she revealed it was her choice to live this way.

She said if she wants to live in a more comfortable and normal looking house, it means she has to work 10-12 hours to be able to have money to pay for the rent and she doesn’t like the idea of spending more time away from her kid.

For Lulu, it is having an intellectual property rather than a physical property. She believes that every place anywhere could be a home as long as you are with the person you love and care about.

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Top 5 Reigning Queens of Instagram in the Philippines
July 15, 2018
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Instagram serves as a platform for celebrities to share a glimpse of their lives and to express themselves to their fans.

Here are the top five celebrities with the most number of followers on Instagram.

(Numbers and order presented below were gathered on Wednesday, February 28, 2018.)

1. Anne Curtis – @annecurtissmith

She used to be the Queen of Twitter in the Philippines. However, just recently she was overtaken by her “sizzy” Vice Ganda. Nevertheless, she still holds the crown as the Queen of Instagram with 8.6 million followers. Her latest post with a caption “dANNEnerys targaryen. Mother of Dragons” garnered more than 200 thousand likes in just a span of three hours. Amazing!

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2. Liza Soberano – @lizasoberano

Next in line is the girl who was hailed as the Most Beautiful Face of 2017. Currently, she has 7.1 million followers. Her photos are mostly product endorsements, random selfies and pictures with Enrique Gil.

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3. Kathryn Bernardo – @kathrynbernardo

Aside from product endorsements, Kath also posts behind-the-scenes pictures with her fellow La Luna Sangre casts. She also posts cute and romantic pictures with her “Bal”, Daniel Padilla. She has 6.1 million followers already.

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4. Vice Ganda – @ praybeytbenjamin

Vice uses his Instagram feed to post his daily OOTDs and other work engagements. His Instagram stories on the other hand are more on videos with people who are dear to him. He has now more than 5.8 million followers.

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5. Pia Wurtzbach- @piawurtzbach

Queen P. now has 5.8 million followers from all over the world, (the universe rather). She’s just a hundred thousand behind her “Gandarrapiddo: The Revenger Squad” co-star, Vice Ganda. She is now the most followed Miss Universe titleholder in Instagram.

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What can you say about this ranking of the most followed celebrities in the Philippines? Do you also follow them on Instagram? Feel free to leave any thoughts and reactions below!

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LOOK: Janine Gutierrez’ transformation from young star to one of the country’s sexiest woman
July 15, 2018
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Young Kapuso Janine Gutierrez continues to make a name for herself as one of most promising young stars in the industry. With appearances in numerous television shows like “Encantadia,” “Sherlock Jr.” and “Legally Blind,” she continues to show the nation her extraordinary beauty and talent. Apart from the TV shows, she also appeared on the silver screen a few times back as in “Buy Now,” “Die Later,” and “Spirit of the Glass 2.”

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Top 10 Internationally Famous Filipino Celebrities
July 15, 2018
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10. Hailee Steinfield

Hailee Steinfield is a famous Hollywood actress known for her role as Juliet Capulet in the 2013 film adaptation of Romeo & Juliet, and as Emily Junk in the musical comedy movie Pitch Perfect 2. Just recently, she visited Manila attractions and performed several shows in Manila. She was interviewed by several media outfit regarding her Filipino roots. Steinfield told the press that her maternal grandfather is half-Filipino, hailing from Bohol.

 

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9. Darren Criss

Darren Criss is popular for his portrayal as Blaine Anderson on the musical-comedy TV drama Glee. His mom is originally from Cebu, which makes him half Filipino. Criss has visited the country several times before to perform in shows and visit his relatives in Manila.

 

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8. Vanessa Hudgens

Famous for her role as Gabriella Montez in the High School Musical series, Hudgens is a Hollywood actress who starred in various films and TV series in Disney Channel. Her mother is a native of Manila which makes her a Filipino-American descent.

 

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7. Apl.de.ap

Apl.de.Ap is a member of the Grammy award-winning group The Black Eyed Peas. Born in Pampanga, Apl speaks both Tagalog and Kapampangan language fluently. He currently performs in Philippine TV shows and was a judge in The Voice Philippines.

 

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6. Bruno Mars

Singer Bruno Mars, who sang chart-topping singles such as “Just the Way You Are,” “Grenade,” and “The Lazy Song” is also part Filipino. His mother Bernadette is a Filipina. Mars has performed in a solo concert in Manila and Cebu which were both successful and jam-packed.

 

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5. Arnel Pineda

Arnel Pineda is the lead singer of the popular American rock band Journey. He rose to fame in 2007 in the international scene. A pure-blooded Filipino, Pineda performs in several local and international shows along with his band.

 

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4. Charice

Filipina singing sensation Charice was first discovered on YouTube before she became an international singer. Described by Oprah as “the most talented girl in the world,” Charice is also the first Asian solo singer in history to land a spot in the Top 10 of Billboard 200 albums chart. Charice was a judge in The X Factor Philippines and is still performing in several shows locally and abroad.

 

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3. Lea Salonga

Best known for her roles in hit Broadway musicals such as Miss Saigon and Les Misérables, Salonga wowed the international scene for her singing prowess and great acting skills that landed her various roles in theater. She also voiced two Disney princesses and performed in various TV shows in and out of the country. Recently, she became judge for The Voice Philippinesand is now returning to Broadway for the show Allegiance.

 

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2. Pia Wurtzbach

Confidently beautiful with a heart, Pia Wurtzbach stands proud as she is hailed Miss Universe 2015. She represented Philippines for the prestigious pageant and became the third Filipina to win the most-sought after title. Now, she is currently doing her official duties abroad as Miss Universe.

 

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1. Manny Pacquiao

Probably the most famous Filipino in the world, professional boxer Manny Pacquiao is the only eight-division world champion which made him popular in the boxing field. He has won several awards for his sport and was also named “Fighter of the Decade” by international boxing organizations. Recently, he was elected as a Senator of the Philippines, apart from being a businessman, actor, and professional basketball player.

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Story of Filipino Success: Mariano Que, founder of Mercury Drug
July 15, 2018
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When Filipinos need medication, a couple of names usually come up: Generika, The Generics Pharmacy, Watsons, and the most well-known of them all, Mercury Drug.

Mercury Drug has been synonymous with quality pharmaceuticals and it owes its success to one man who recently left us: its founder, the late Mariano Que.

HE WILL BE MISSED. Mariano Que, the founder of Mercury Drug, passed away last April 15, 2017 at the age of 96. IMAGE Medium.com

His company may not have been the first drugstore in the country, but his pioneering spirit behind the pharmaceutical retail industry paved the way for all the rest that followed.

It all began with P100 and a bottle of Sulfiathiazole

P100. That was all Mariano Que had in his pocket after World War II. An employee of a drugstore prior to the war, Que knew that Filipinos would need the “miracle” drug sulfathiazole, believed to cure many (if not all) sorts of diseases and illnesses.

He saw an opportunity to help his countrymen by buying the bottle from a peddler in Bambang St. He then sold these tablets (which he knew was genuine sulfathiazole thanks to the ‘W’ on the tablets) per piece to make it more affordable. After making a profit, he was able purchase other medicines and a pushcart so he can sell his medicines to the public.

FIRST OF MANY. A photo of the first Mercury Drug store in Bambang St., Manila. IMAGE Mercury Drug

He continued selling medicines off of his pushcart until he was able to save enough to put up the first Mercury Drug store on March 1 along Bambang St.

More than 70 years later, Mercury Drug is still at the forefront of Philippine pharmaceutical services, with over 1,000 stores nationwide. It’s also the first to use a central computerized and temperature-controlled warehouse, 24-hour service, and pharmacy counseling.

More than just a businessman

Que proved to be more than just an enterprising businessman. He founded the Mercury Drug Foundation (MDFI) as a way of giving back to Filipinos for their support throughout the company’s 70-year existence.

Today, MDFI helps Filipinos across the country mainly through these programs:

  • Operation Bigay Lunas – free medical services and medicines to underserved communities
  • Operation Pa-Tubig – access to water for marginalized waterless communities nationwide, done in partnership with the Philippine Business for Social Progress
  • Bantay Kalusugan – free health profiling, screening, counseling, and education activities for non-communicable diseases
  • Pharmacy Scholarship – full scholarships given to third and fourth year Pharmacy students enrolled in member schools of the Philippine Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (PACOP).

They also give out awards of excellence for Math and Science (Gawad Talino); search for, nurture, and train future leaders (Sagip Talento); and provide immediate relief assistance in the form of medicines or hygiene packs.


MARIANO QUE, DOCTOR OF HUMANITIES. It was UST that conferred a Doctor of Humanities, honoris causa to Mariano Que. IMAGE Inquirer.net

He has also been conferred an honorary Doctor of Humanities degree by the University of Sto. Tomas College of Medicine for his pioneering spirit behind the pharmaceutical retail industry and his advocacy for affordable medicine and assistance to the needy.

Apart from the honorary degree, he has also received a lot of awards, including:

  • President’s Award: Plaque of Merit, Most Prestigious Drugs Manufacturer and Distinguished Civic Leader in 1973
  • Award of Distinction by the Philippine Chamber of Health and Pharmaceutical and Non-Pharmaceutical Industry in 1986
  • Father of Philippine Health and Wellness Retailing by the Philippine Retailers Association in 2012

So, where can your P100 take you?

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Success Story of Alfredo Yao: The Juice King
July 15, 2018
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When you hear the name Alfredo Yao and you’re of a certain age, you tend to only think of one thing and one thing alone: Zest-O. It’s the country’s largest juice brand, and can be found in almost every lunchbox of every kid that goes to school.

THE JUICE KING. Alfredo Yao is known as The Juice King thanks to his brainchild, Zest-O Corporation./IMAGE GoNegosyo

He’s one of the most resilient businessmen in the Philippines, and has built his legacy on hard work and perseverance, as well as showing tenacity for always finding better ways of doing things.

Here’s a short snippet of the Philippines’ Juice King, Alfredo Yao’s early success.

Early years

Alfredo M. Yao was born on November 23, 1943 to the simplest of families. The eldest among his siblings, he had to sacrifice a lot at an early age. He lost his father and became the family breadwinner at the age of 12. He started a printing business at age 17 with a Php 3,000 loan from what is today known as the Development Bank of the Philippines.

He never got to finish school even though he wanted to, because he was already a full-fledged businessman by age 18. He’s gone through the ringer, so to speak: he’s been a street vendor and at times, slept on cardboard box on the sidewalks of the street.

The birth of Zest-O

Yao went from printing and packaging to the beverage industry in the unlikeliest of ways. He learned printing wrappers through a cousin who was then working for a printing press. This paved way for him to venture into the printing press business thus, the birth of Solemar Commercial Press named after his mother.

In 1979, while on a business tour of Europe, he stumbled across a new way of packaging: Doypack, a sealed bag made of plastic and aluminum that’s designed to stand upright. Seeing its potential, he marketed it to local juice manufacturers, but no one showed interest.

Not wanting to let something with this much potential go to waste, he started making his own juices in his kitchen and packaged it using the doypacks he got from Europe. He would soon corner the market on juice drinks, thanks to the convenience of his doypacks.

The innovator

Yao has never been one to shy away from innovation. While his beverage company, Zest-O Corporation, was slowly making waves in the juice market, he was already looking at other potential investments. At 2008, he launched Zest Airways and sought to compete with other low-cost carriers of the country.

He was met with stiff competition (Air Philippines and Cebu Pacific Air to name a few), so he looked at a different way of flying people into the country. Thus, making Zest Airways the first local carrier to fly tourists from China and Korea straight to Philippine destinations, i.e. without dropping by NAIA.

Last 2016, Zest Airways was fully integrated with AirAsia as AirAsia Zest.

The Juice King Today

Alfredo Yao has gone a long way from his humble beginnings. He’s still at the helm of Zest-O Group and Zest-O Corporation as its chairman but that didn’t stop him from innovating and diversifying into other businesses.

Yao was also the Chairman of Macay Holdings, Inc., the parent company of ARC Refreshments Corporation, which handles a couple of popular beverage brands including RC Cola, and the founder and Chairman Emeritus of Philippine Business Bank, a bank which focuses on small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and has over 139 branches as of 2016.

Some of the companies under the umbrella of the Yao Group of Companies were Solmac Marketing, Inc., Harman Foods (Phils.), Inc., Amchem Marketing, Inc., Uni-Ipel Industries, Inc., SMI Development, Inc., Summit Hotel and Resort Specialist, Inc. (Former: Sol Marina Resort Boracay – Current: Movenpick Resort & Spa Boracay). 

With his determination to make something out of nothing, he was able to achieve beyond what he could ever imagine. One important life lesson for Alfredo Yao is to just work hard and never lose hope.

Credibility is built, not given. Respect is earned, not bought” – Alfredo Yao

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Socorro Ramos: The Woman Behind National Bookstore
July 15, 2018
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National Bookstore is probably one of the most visited shops in the Philippines. From its humble beginnings as a school supplies and textbook store in Escolta, to its over 150 branches nationwide today – National Bookstore is clearly a part of every Filipino household. All thanks to the hardwork and perseverance of Socorro Ramos, also known as Nanay Coring.

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NANAY CORING. From being a hardworking young girl, to being a successful entrepreneur.

Nanay Coring has always been in the retail industry. As a young girl, she helped her grandmother sell fruits at the local market in their home province. Life was hard and her mother decided to move to Manila to find better opportunities. She attended a public school and took on many jobs during summer vacation – from wrapping bubble gum to sewing buttons on shirts. After finishing high school, her family did not have enough money to send her to college. She then worked as a salesgirl at a bookstore. It was there where she met her would be husband, Jose.

They opened a stall shop in Escolta. They named it National Bookstore, after their cash register. But things did not go uphill from there. In the 1940s, a strict censorship on books was implemented. Nanay Coring had to put the books away and resort to selling soap, candies, and slippers. After the war, the whole of Escolta was burned down. This did not dampen Nanay Coring and Jose’s souls. They opened another small store. This time, they sold the books they had previously put away and whisky.

Gathering their earnings, the couple bought more school supplies and books. They slowly rebuilt National Bookstore. They ventured into postcards and greeting cards. They also partnered with international publishing houses and reprinted books at lower prices. Aside from selling products of well-known brands, National Bookstore also now manufactures its own school supplies – Best Buy. Keeping up with the times, they have teamed up with Kobo, a Canadian based e-book seller. National Bookstore is also visible on social media and customers can even shop online via their website. Students, office workers, and everyone else will find what they are looking for at National Bookstore.

In the words of Nanay Coring, “Work hard, very hard. There is no express elevator to success – you have to climb the stairs.”

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