[PRESS RELEASE] The Embassy of the Republic of Korea, in cooperation with the Ateneo Initiative for Korean Studies (AIKS) will be holding a one-day partnership forum on tourism on December 11 at the Intercontinental Manila. With the theme â€œStrengthening Bilateral Relations through Mutual Cooperation,â€ the third Philippines-Korea Partnership Forum
will be discussing policies, strategies and cooperation in the field of tourism following the influx of Korean tourists in the Philippines and the increasing interest of the Filipinos in Korea, largely due to popularity of Hallyu.
Members of the academe, media and the government will be part of the
partnership forum. The first panel will be focusing on analyzing the tourism policies and promotion strategies of the Philippines and Korea. Presenters will be Hon. Daniel Corpuz, Undersecretary for Tourism, Planning and Promotions of the Department of Tourism and
Mr. Sangyong Zhu, Director of the Korea Tourism Organization Manila.
The discussion for the second panel will be zeroing in on the problems and prospects of the Philippines-Korea ties in tourism. Mr. Alexander Lao, Vice-President for Commercial Planning and External Affairs of Cebu Pacific Air, will be discussing the emerging opportunities and challenges of the influx of Korean tourists in the country.
Koreans comprised the biggest number of tourists by nationality with close to a million visiting the Philippines last year. Prof. Reil Cruz from the Asian Institute of Tourism of the University of the Philippines-Diliman will be tackling the future of the sustainable
partnership in tourism.
For more details, contact the Korean Cultural Center at 555-1711 or you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also visit koreanculture.ph
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The Philippine Pediatric Society celebrates its 65th birthday through the “Total Family Health Care” Expo at the SMX on September 1 and 2. There will be many many booths for the family to enjoy along with FREE seminars including topics on breastfeeding, healthy cooking, handling picky eaters, swimming, core yoga, fevers, bone health, and many others. There will also be free diagnostics. Do not miss this excellent event.
I will definitely be there! Entrance fee is PhP50.00.
September 1 will feature the following specialized talks:
- Breastfeeding Basics
- Swimming as a Sport for Life
- Life is Better When You Surf
- Healthy Cooking Demo
- Dealing with Picky Eaters
- Raising an Early Reader
- Sing and Sway: Music for Language Stimulation
- Healthy Eating for Kids
- Skin and Allergies in Children
September 2 will feature the following talks:
- Pediatric Eye Exam Pearls
- Primer for Pediatric Dental Care
- Protect Your Child from the Sun
- Sports and Fitness
- Bone Health
- Yoga: Why Itâ€™s Good to Start Young
- Lifestyle Management
- Urinary Screening
- When to Worry about Fever and Rash
- Teenage Pregnancy on the Rise
What a surprising and fun Saturday afternoon I had today. Thanks to Etude House!
I visited SM The Block today as part of my daily Saturday grocery run. What a pleasant surprise that Etude House was having their “Etude House Playhouse Pink Fair” event. I wanted to enter the fair so I shopped a little at Etude House to get a ticket. Wanna see what I got?
[Press Release] The Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines will be holding its first metro-wide Korean Speech Contest to provide an avenue for the Korean language learners to exercise their knowledge on the said language. This will also be a gauge on how much the language learners understand the cultural nuances embedded in the Korean language.
Japan: Kingdom of Characters is open to the public at the Tall Galleries of the Metropolitan Museum of Manila. The museum is located at the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Complex, Roxas Blvd., Manila.