How to delight your customers, create an irresistable brand, and be generally amazing on facebook (and other social social networks) by Dave Kerpen to be presented by MARIST SCHOOL AFTERNOON SHIFT ALUMNI ASSOCIATION & THE PHILIPPINE CORPORATE ADDRESS BOOK Listen First, and Never Stop Listening Way Beyond “Women 25 to 54” Define Your Target Audience Better Than Ever Think — and Act — Like Your Consumer Invite Your Customers to be Your First Fans Engage: Create True Dialogue with, and Between Your Customers Respond Quickly to All Bad Comments Respond to the Good Comments, Too. Be Authentic Be Honest and Transparent Should You Ask a Lot of Questions Provide Value (Yes, for Free!) Share Stories (They’re Your Social Currency) Inspire Your Customers to Share Stories Integrate Social Media into the Entire Customer Experience Use Social Network Ads for Greater Impact Admit When You Screw Up, Then Leverage Your Mistakes Consistently Deliver Excitement, Surprise and Delight Don’t Sell! Just Make it Easy and Compelling for Customers to Buy

likeable social Media: an oral book report


Likeable Social Media: an oral book report

How to delight your customers, create an irresistable brand, and be generally amazing on facebook (and other social social networks) by Dave Kerpen Mc Graw Hill 2012

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  3. Think — and Act — Like Your Consumer
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  5. Engage: Create True Dialogue with, and Between Your Customers
  6. Respond Quickly to All Bad Comments
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  9. Be Honest and Transparent
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  11. Provide Value (Yes, for Free!)
  12. Share Stories (They’re Your Social Currency)
  13. Inspire Your Customers to Share Stories
  14. Integrate Social Media into the Entire Customer Experience
  15. Use Social Network Ads for Greater Impact
  16. Admit When You Screw Up, Then Leverage Your Mistakes
  17. Consistently Deliver Excitement, Surprise and Delight
  18. Don’t Sell! Just Make it Easy and Compelling for Customers to Buy

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How to delight your customers, create an irresistable brand, and be generally amazing on facebook (and other social social networks) by Dave Kerpen to be presented by MARIST SCHOOL AFTERNOON SHIFT ALUMNI ASSOCIATION & THE PHILIPPINE CORPORATE ADDRESS BOOK Listen First, and Never Stop Listening Way Beyond “Women 25 to 54” Define Your Target Audience Better Than Ever Think — and Act — Like Your Consumer Invite Your Customers to be Your First Fans Engage: Create True Dialogue with, and Between Your Customers Respond Quickly to All Bad Comments Respond to the Good Comments, Too. Be Authentic Be Honest and Transparent Should You Ask a Lot of Questions Provide Value (Yes, for Free!) Share Stories (They’re Your Social Currency) Inspire Your Customers to Share Stories Integrate Social Media into the Entire Customer Experience Use Social Network Ads for Greater Impact Admit When You Screw Up, Then Leverage Your Mistakes Consistently Deliver Excitement, Surprise and Delight Don’t Sell! Just Make it Easy and Compelling for Customers to Buy likeable social Media: an oral book report (8/24/2016) - to be presented by MARIST SCHOOL AFTERNOON SHIFT ALUMNI ASSOCIATION & THE PHILIPPINE CORPORATE ADDRESS BOOK
Marist School Afternoon Shift Scholarship Fund Raising #makemoneyandmeaning Conversation with Marist (afternoon shift) ’99 Rosemarie Congayao Jimenez Core Group Member Marist School Afternoon Shift Alumni Association regarding the impact of her Marist Afternoon Shift High School education in her life. She has been widowed from husband Enrico Hermosa Jimenez, left to raise three boys Andriuz Ric, Kingal Ric & Seanne Ivan. by Marist (day high) ’82 Rom Cumagun Communication Prof. Rom Cumagun education blogger The Philippine Corporate Address Book They invite friends to support their project to increase the number of scholarships granted to financially deficient but deserving students to the Marist School Afternoon Shift High School Program.This is a production by Marist Afternoon Shift Web.tv.film Video features batch 1999 Graduation Song PAGTATAPOS Parang kailan lang Kung panaho’y babalikan Mga pangarap na binuo’y Malapit nang makamtan Bagong yugto na naman Ang ating haharapin Pangarap at tagumpay Ay pilit nating abutin Chorus: Pag-akyat sa entablado Ikintal sa isip at puso Hirap at pagod ng mga magulang Ay alay sa inyo Isang munting pasasalamat Ialay sa kanila mula sa inyo…. Contact Core group & Batch Reps for Donations: Dennis Solano teachdsolano@gmail.com Rosemarie Congayao Jimenez rosemacongayao@yahoo.com Shiela Bautista shiela.bautista@olopsc.edu.ph Danics De La Paz danics_8poh@yahoo.com Mhalou Baldomar Navida mbaldomar@ymail.com Rom Cumagun romcumagun@yahoo.com‪ #‎makemoneyandmeaning‬ Marist afternoon shift scholarship fund-raising (8/30/2016) - Conversation with Marist (afternoon shift) '99 Rosemarie Congayao Jimenez Core Group Member Marist School Afternoon Shift Alumni Association regarding the impact of her Marist Afternoon Shift High School education in her life.
Dear Members, would be members Marist School Afternoon Shift Alumni Association & The General Public: If there is a way for each of you to help raise scholarship funds for MSASAAI, would you participate? I am hoping your responses are unanimously “Yes, I will help raise scholarship funds for the tuition of more Marist School Afternoon Shift High School Students!” You may have noticed by now that I have incorporated MSASAAI as a major page in my blog. I envision this page, and all the posts related to it, as the most engaging in the blogosphere. I can see donors around the world who are entertained and educated by the posts here; much more, I see them encouraged to donate funds for the tuition of more financially deficient but deserving Marist Afternoon Shifters. Why should they be engaged? They will be engaged because they will see in this page all the talents of the members displayed on Marist School Afternoon Shift WebTV Show. This show will be a variety show on steriods (singing, dancing, acting, documentary, talk show, short film, music tv, dance tv … etc, etc,) The core campaign of the show is “Hello Friends of MSASAAI, Please donate scholarship funds.” In order to produce this show, we will need all the expertise from the members, would be members, and supportive public: Directors, Cinematographers. Hosts, Copy & Video Editors, Musicians, Performers, Writers, Graphic Designers, Critics, Caterers, Production Assistants, Project Managers & Admin Staff, Finance Managers & Staff … and more. Those who don’t have the expertise yet, but are willing to help and interested to learn the ropes of TV/Film production, are welcomed to join. For those interested, we can all see each other during the batch rep meeting on August 21 at Marist School Marikina. You may contact me beforehand via mobile +639272211966, +639087784640 romcumagun@yahoo.com Sincerely, Rom Cumagun THE PHILIPPNE CORPORATE ADDRESS BOOK Help Filipinos Make Money & Meaning #makemoneyandmeaning Marist school afternoon shift web.tv.filM (8/17/2016) - "Yes, I will help raise scholarship funds for the tuition of more Marist School Afternoon Shift High School Students!"
Marist school afternoon shift scholars learn theater arts #makemoneyandmeaning Meet the beneficiaries of the Marist School Marikina Afternoon Shift Scholarship Program . This is the outreach program for financially deficient but deserving students that the Marist School Afternoon Shift Alumni Association is endeavoring to raise more scholarship funds. For donors and would be donors, with your help, more of them will have the benefit of acquiring Marist education Contact Core group & Batch Reps for Donations: Dennis Solano teachdsolano@gmail.com Rosemarie Congayao Jimenez rosemacongayao@yahoo.com Shiela Bautista shiela.bautista@olopsc.edu.ph Danics De La Paz danics_8poh@yahoo.com Mhalou Baldomar Navida mbaldomar@ymail.com Rom Cumagun romcumagun@yahoo.com‪ #‎makemoneyandmeaning‬ MSAS scholars learn theater arts (8/30/2016) - Meet the beneficiaries of the Marist School Marikina Afternoon Shift Scholarship Program .
Marist School Afternoon Shift Alumni Association Core Group & Batch Reps Meet Up at the Student Activity Center August 21, 2016 MSASAA… invites friends to support their project to increase the number of scholarships granted to financially deficient but deserving students to the Marist School Afternoon Shift High School Program. Contact Core group & Batch Reps for Donations: Dennis Solano teachdsolano@gmail.com Rosemarie Congayao Jimenez rosemacongayao@yahoo.com Shiela Bautista shiela.bautista@olopsc.edu.ph Danics De La Paz danics_8poh@yahoo.com Mhalou Baldomar Navida mbaldomar@ymail.com Rom Cumagun romcumagun@yahoo.com‪ #‎makemoneyandmeaning‬ Msasaa core group & batch reps Meet up (8/22/2016) - MSASAA… invites friends to support their project to increase the number of scholarships granted to financially deficient but deserving students to the Marist School Afternoon Shift High School Program.
 

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The Film and Audiovisual Communication Department College of Mass Communication University of the Philippines Presents this Certificate to JOSE ROMUALDO B. CUMAGUN for the successful completion of the requirements in the FILM PEDAGOGY WORKSHOP conducted in cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of France on October 27 to November 7, 1997 given this 7th day of November 1997 at the University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City Signed SERGE GRUNBERG (Professor, University of Paris VIII) Christophe Jan (Audiovisual Attache, The French Embassy) Luis V. Teodoro, Jr. (Dean, College of Mass Communication U.P.)

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The Film and Audiovisual Communication Department
College of Mass Communication
University of the Philippines

Presents this Certificate to
JOSE ROMUALDO B. CUMAGUN

for the successful completion of the requirements in the

FILM PEDAGOGY WORKSHOP

conducted in cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of France on October 27 to November 7, 1997 given this 7th day of November 1997 at the University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City

Signed SERGE GRUNBERG (Professor, University of Paris VIII) Christophe Jan (Audiovisual Attache, The French Embassy) Luis V. Teodoro, Jr. (Dean, College of Mass Communication U.P.)


Paolo Dy: Ignacio de Loyola in New York 😃😃 Please share! — with Emmanuel Alfonso, Malyn Angbetic Tanseco, John Michael Villa, Connie Cayaba, JP Ramos, Jody Michelle Solis, Grace Amarante Reyes, Ernestine Tamana, Pol Mangilog,Menchu Lauchengco Yulo, JJ Yulo, Carlos Tanseco, Cathy Azanza-Dy, Casimero Bong Tanseco, Katherine Joy, Cris Dy, Emma A Dy, Jennifer Tanseco and Emily Christine Dy Ramos. Andreas Muñoz at Times Square, New York City. #NewYork Life is unexpectedly beautiful. #IgnaciodeLoyola in #TimesSquare. If you haven’t watched the film, this is your opportunity. 🙃#USA #NYC #ActorsLife #Happy #Cheerstolife U.S. and Canadian theaters, Friday, Aug 26: NORTHERN CALIFORNIA Milpitas, CA Century Great Mall 1010 Great Mall Drive Milpitas, CA 95035 San Bruno, CA Century at Tanforan 1188 El Camino Real San Bruno, CA 94066 Union City, CA Century 25 32100 Union Landing Union City, CA 94587 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Orange , CA AMC Orange 30 20 City Blvd. West Suite E Orange, CA. 9286 National City, CA AMC Plaza Bonita 14 3050 Plaza Bonita Rd. National City, CA. 91950 Burbank, CA AMC Burbank 8 201 E Magnolia Blvd. #345 Burbank, CA 91501 NEW YORK New York, NY AMC Empire 25 with IMAX 234 West 42nd Street New York, NY 10036 Douglaston, NY Movieworld Cinemas 24202 61st Ave Douglaston, NY 11362 NEW JERSEY Jersey City, NJ Hudson Mall Cinemas 701 NJ-440 Jersey City, NJ 07304 Bergenfield, NJ Clearview Bergenfield Cinemas 58 South Washington Ave Bergenfield, NJ 07621 Elizabeth, NJ AMC Loews Jersey Gardens 20 651 Kapkowski Road Elizabeth, NJ. 07201 Alexandria, VA AMC Hoffman Center 22 206 Swamp Fax Road Alexandria, VA 22314 ILLINOIS Park Ridge, IL Pickwick Theater 5 South Prospect Ave. Park Ridge, IL 60068 WASHINGTON Spokane, WA AMC River Park 808 W Main Ave#334 Spokane, WA 99201 PAPUA NEW GUINEA: AUG. 25, 2016 Vision City Megamall Waigini Central GUAM: AUGUST 26-SEPT. 8, 2016 Micronesia Mall Theaters CANADA: AUG. 26-SEPT. 1, 2016 www.tfc-ca.com/idl Vancouver, BC Cineplex Odeon International Village Cinemas 88 West Pender Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 6N9 (604) 806-0799 Winnipeg, MB Cineplex Northgate Winnipeg 1399 McPhillips Street, Winnipeg, MB R2V 3C4 (204) 334-6234 Scarborough, ON Cineplex Cinemas Scarborough 300 Borough Dr. Scarborough, ON M1P4P5 (416) 290-5217 ignacio de loyola in new york - U.S. and Canadian theaters, Friday, Aug 26 Please share!
Using Rex Tiri & Gil Portes movie Ang Hapis at Himagsik ni Hermano Puli to teach his heroism. ‪#‎makemoneyandmeaning‬ ‪#‎HermanoPuli‬ ‪#‎MangahasUmibig‬ A Reflection by Historian Prof. Alvin Campomanes shared during Sucesos Walking Tours and DAKILA Bayani Ba’to Educators’s film screening Aug. 19, 2016 GSIS Theater, Roxas Blvd. teaching herMano puli’s heroisM using Movie - A Reflection by Historian Prof. Alvin Campomanes shared during Sucesos Walking Tours and DAKILA Bayani Ba'to Educators's film screening Aug. 19, 2016 GSIS Theater, Roxas Blvd.
Gil Portes: How Did I Get Involved With Hermano Puli? ‪#‎makemoneyandmeaning‬ ‪#‎HermanoPuli‬ ‪#‎MangahasUmibig‬ DGPI director of film narrates genesis of Rex Tiri movie production at the Sucesos Walking Tours, DAKILA Bayani ba to? Educators’ screening August 19, 2016 GSIS Theater, Roxas Blvd gil portes: how did I get involved with herMano puli? - DGPI director of film narrates genesis of Rex Tiri movie production at the Sucesos Walking Tours, DAKILA Bayani ba to? Educators' screening August 19, 2016 GSIS Theater, Roxas Blvd
Who is Hermano Puli? Lecture on the life and times of Apolinario de la Cruz by Ryan Palad (Hermano Puli biographer) Sucesos Walking Tours DAKILA Educators’ Film Screening GSIS Theater, Roxas Blvd August 19, 2016 ‪#‎HermanoPuli‬ ‪#‎MangahasUmibig‬ who is herMano puli? biographer palad lecture - Lecture on the life and times of Apolinario de la Cruz by Ryan Palad (Hermano Puli biographer)
ANG HAPIS AT HIMAGSIK NI HERMANO PULI Showing Sept. 21, 2016 ‪#‎HermanoPuli‬‪ #‎MangahasUmibig‬ ‪#‎makemoneyandmeaning‬ Featuring Interview with Rex Tiri Executive Producer Official Sountrack by Let Gravity Sucesos Walking Tours Educators’ Screening of the historical film “HERMANO PULI” August 19, 2016 herMano puli showing sept. 21, 2016 - Featuring Interview with Rex Tiri Executive Producer Official Sountrack by Let Gravity Sucesos Walking Tours Educators' Screening of the historical film "HERMANO PULI" August 19, 201
Philippine School for the Deaf interprets in movement and dance, The Mormon Tabernacle Choir‘s “You’ll Never Walk Alone” during Christmas party of Quota International Manila 2014 More topics like this on SPIRITUAL TREASURES ‪ #‎makemoneyandmeaning‬ Event video taken by (with permission) Geraldine Tiongson-Osias and edited by Rom Cumagun of The Philippine Corporate Address Book Watch video on Facebook ph school for deaf dances Mormon tabernacle choir - Philippine School for the Deaf interprets in movement and dance, The Mormon Tabernacle Choir's "You'll Never Walk Alone"
rancho 2 golf tournaMent & fellowship - Fundraising for the construction of the multi-purpose hall of Rancho Estate 2, Marikina City. Camp Aguinaldo Golf Club, Quezon City May 9, 2014
For school/university heads, social science department heads and coordinators, social studies and araling panlipunan teachers: Be among the first to watch this important film for free! SFI Educational Tours will be holding a by-invitation only Educators' Screening of the historical film "HERMANO PULI" on August 26, 2016, 8am-12nnpm at the Quezon City Museum, Quezon Memorial Circle. (Snacks and a Hermano Puli teachers' kit shall be provided). If you would like to have the chance to be part of this event, register through this August 26 screening link. for August 19 Screening. A historical drama film about Hermano Puli—the revolutionary legend of Quezon we know little about. Apolinario dela Cruz, known as Hermano Puli, was shot and quartered on November 4,1841—three decades before the execution of the GOMBURZA. Among all of the Filipino heroes, Hermano Puli stands alone for leading the only revolt against the Spanish colonial government in the name of religious freedom. This film sheds light on one of the most fascinating, yet almost forgotten, figures in Philippine History. STARRING: Aljur Abrenica, Louise Delos Reyes, Enzo Pineda, Menggie Cubarrubias, Ross Pesigan, Acrchie Adamos, Markki Stroem, Simon Ibarra, Vin Abrenica, Allen Abrenica, Sue Prado, Kiko Matos, Stella Canete, Diva Montelaba, Abel Estanislao, Alvin Fortuna, DIRECTION: Gil M.Portes SCREENPLAY: Eric Ramos PRODUCTION: Rex Tiri CONTACT: contact@hermanopuli2016.com WEBSITE: http://hermanopuli2016.com RELEASE DATE: September 2016 GENRE: Historical Drama STUDIO: T-Rex Productions educators free screening herMano puli - A historical drama film about Hermano Puli—the revolutionary legend of Quezon we know little about. Be among the first to watch this important film for free!
The Film and Audiovisual Communication Department College of Mass Communication University of the Philippines Presents this Certificate to JOSE ROMUALDO B. CUMAGUN for the successful completion of the requirements in the FILM PEDAGOGY WORKSHOP conducted in cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of France on October 27 to November 7, 1997 given this 7th day of November 1997 at the University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City Signed SERGE GRUNBERG (Professor, University of Paris VIII) Christophe Jan (Audiovisual Attache, The French Embassy) Luis V. Teodoro, Jr. (Dean, College of Mass Communication U.P.) up(cMc) france filM pedagogy workshop - conducted on October 27 to November 7, 1997 SERGE GRUNBERG (Professor, University of Paris) Christophe Jan (The French Embassy) Luis V. Teodoro, Jr. (Dean, College of Mass Communication U.P.)
Ricky Lee's Writers Studio presents this Certificate of Completion to Rom Cumagun for having satisfactorily completed the scriptwriting workshop for teachers held at Xavierville 1, Loyola Heights, Quezon City on May 30, 31 & June 7, 1998. Given on this 7th day of June, 1998. Signed Ricky Lee (Workshop Facilitator) Raymond Lee (Workshop Coordinator) Joen Chionglo (Writers Studio Secretariat) ricky lee’s scriptwriting workshop for teachers - presents this Certificate of Completion to Rom Cumagun held at Xavierville 1, Loyola Heights, Quezon City on May 30, 31 & June 7, 1998.
toastMasters leadership coMMunication - Characteristics of Effective Leaders... Pakistan Community Toastmasters... featuring speech projects 1 & 2 "You Sexy Thing" and "Things I will bring on a 25-year space mission" (ice-breaker) delivered in Bahrain
ignacio de loyola & one Meralco foundation - their collaboration brings forward both organizations’ thrust to uplift and bring light to Filipino’s lives
ignacio de loyola with coMpanions - VIP Screening of Ignacio de Loyola July 24, 2016 3pm Atmos Theater Gateway Cinema (Regular run starts July 27)
ignacio de loyola Meets the press - 'IGNACIO' is an incisive and thrilling look at the life of St. Ignatius of Loyola or Ignacio, founder of the Society of Jesus, as told by a young priest who was once assigned to defend him before the Spanish Inquisition
if the lord builds the house - Ground-breaking ceremony: Family Center Rancho Estate 2 Home Owners Association, Concepcion Dos, Marikina City, Philippines, July 16, 2016 4pm
filipino farMers’ plight on filM - The first-ever ToFarm Film Festival Philippines, featuring 6 films ---‘Pilapil’ ‘Pitong Kabang Palay’ ‘Free Range’ ‘Kakampi’ ‘Pauwi Na’ ‘Paglipay’ --- that aims to dramatize farm life through a variety of film genres including drama and comedy, as well as thriller and fantasy are being exhibited until July 19, 2016
Malas Daw sa Buhay (Bad Luck in Life) - Ferdi was pushing away all his bad luck, what he should have been doing was letting good luck enter his life.
Nothing a Father Won’t Do - ... for his children...
The Officers and Board of Directors of FVEP - The Officers and Board of Directors met recently to discuss their coming general assembly and symposium in June.
Film educators elect officers - THE PHILIPPINE STAR March 30, 1994 The Nation Editor: Perry Solis FVEP recently elected its new set of officers for 1994.
FSBP has got a new name - The association said they will train teachers, share film and video resources and expertise, produce films and teaching material
Film educators reorganize - MANILA BULLETIN, May 6, 1994 The educators agreed to rename their organization the Film and Video Educators of the Philippines (FVEP)
Film school board reorganized - MANILA BULLETIN, Thurs., Mar. 10 1994 Film, video educators convened to reorganize the Film School Board of the Philippines (FSBP).
Film, video educators form new body, name interim officers - THE PHILIPPINE STAR Sunday, March 6, 1994. Around twenty film and video educators of various academic institutions recently convened
A Fresh Talent to Watch - His plan now is to direct independent and mainstream TV and film productions.
Rom Cumagun Guests in ABC 5’s Boyoyong - About Town. MANILA BULLETIN. 4 April 1993. Sunday Leisure: SL-3
THE EVOLUTION OF SHOES - Have you ever wondered how shoes evolved? Marikina leaders and private shoe manufacturers, during the Shoe Festival, have tried to show how they did…
DISPLAY YOUR SHOES AT THE MARIKINA MUSEUM - Why not? After all it's not just your shoes that will be remembered but more importantly, your contribution to history will be cherished...
STUDENTS SHOES ART INSTALLATIONS - Amid the cheering of the crowd at the Marikina Shoes Festival, there is the silence of students helping strengthen the Marikina shoe industry...
MARIKINA SHOES FESTIVAL GRAND PARADE - Government and volunteer leaders welcome spectators to Marikina "Sapatos" Shoes Festival Granda Parade 2015
who is gen. antonio luna in peace & war? - WHO IS GEN. ANTONIO LUNA IN PEACE AND WAR?
LETTER TO A MORON - IF HENERAL LUNA WERE HERE, HE'LL IMPOSE ARTIKULO UNO. Dear Art Zamora Before you review a movie you should at least watch it. After watching use whatever little intelligence you have to distinguish that this is a historical film. If after identifying this as not a comedy, if there is some more intelligence left, do try your best to understand the movie. You are one of the Filipinos that need to be shot down without due process (articles of war no. 1) (Note: this is a reply to the nincompoop's ravishing review of the movie) Art Zamora​ SAYS HENERAL LUNA​ IS A "COMEDY MOVIE, A COMPLETE DISSERVICE TO GENERAL LUNA FAIL. DON'T PROMOTE BAD MOVIE." [READ LETTER] http://wp.me/p4PBTD-1jd
filipino actor: history can be entertaining - Filipino lead actor of Heneral Luna, John Arcilla, assures moviegoers that they "can experience entertainment and beauty in historical films just like they would in romantic comedies." In fact, he says, "they can get even more."
MOVIE DISCOUNT 50% STUDENTS TEACHERS ID - A special student discount of 50% off the ticket price can be arranged at SM Cinemas, Ayala Cinemas, and Robinsons' Movieworld! Present a valid student ID and get this great discount!
POPE ESTABLISHES 1 SEPT WORLD CREATION DAY - To my Venerable Brothers Cardinal Peter Kodwo Appiah TURKSON, President of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace Cardinal Kurt KOCH, President of the Pontifical Council for the Promotion of Christian Unity Sharing the concern of my beloved brother, Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, for the future of creation (cf. Laudato Si’, 7-9), and at the suggestion of his representative, Metropolitan Ioannis of Pergamum, who took part in the presentation of the Encyclical Laudato Si’ on care for our common home, I wish to inform you that I have decided to institute in the Catholic Church the “World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation” which, beginning this year, is to be celebrated on 1 September, as has been the custom in the Orthodox Church for some time.
history prof: filipinos should be disturbed! - UP Manila history professor said in his introduction to educators before the advance special screening of film HENERAL LUNA, “If you’re not moved by Heneral Luna, something’s wrong with you… You should be disturbed!”
LIBRARY BLESSING - LIBRARY BLESSING http://wp.me/p4PBTD-1aZ Lord, let the virtue of Thy Holy Spirit descend on these books; let it purify, bless, and sanctify them. Sweetly enlighten the hearts of those who read them, impart their true sense to them. Grant us also to be faithful to the precepts emanating from Thy Light, in accomplishing them by good works, according to Thy Will. Watch video http://wp.me/p4PBTD-1aZ
FREE SCREENING OF HENERAL LUNA FOR EDUCATORS - Sucesos Filipinas invites educators to a free advance screening of Heneral Luna on August 26 12:00 - 4:00 PM at the Little Theater, College of Arts & Sciences, University of the Philippines, Manila.
NATIONAL TREASURES: A Journey Through History Trailer - Butch Nolasco: We will be including this in our "NATIONAL TREASURES: A Journey Through History" docu project. Abangan!

THE PRESIDENT’S FAVORITE CRIMINAL


 Comparing verb phrases — “Shoot to kill” and “Negotiate with” — used by President-elect Rodrigo Duterte to address two different variety of criminals — drug-lords and terrorists —- correspondingly, I infer that the president plays favorites on criminality: war on drugs but peace on terror.

Comparing television images — “Duterte comforting freed Abu Sayyaf hostage” and “policemen arresting drug criminals” — I also infer that popular media organizations in the country support the president’s favorite criminal.