It’s Savings Consciousness Week! Pursuant to Circular Letter No. 2019-038 of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP), the week of June 30 – July 6, 2019 is Savings Consciousness Week. This annual event dates back to a Presidential Proclamation by President Fidel V. Ramos. Let me paraphrase said proclamation. The Philippines 2000 was the vision of a developed Philippines reaching an industrialized status by the turn of the century. This could only be achieved if all sectors of society fully realize the vital role of savings. In order to hasten capital formation and accelerate the country’s economic progress through non-inflationary means, all sectors of society - banks, other financial institutions, schools, government institutions down to the barangay level are enjoined to spread the importance of saving. If you want to see the original proclamation with all its whereas clauses, click link. We at FQMom.com … [Read more...] about It’s Savings Consciousness Week!
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MANILA, Philippines — Summer vacation is over and it’s once again time for school! For some kids, academic excellence comes naturally, while for others, it is a struggle. But for parents, providing the best for their kids is the most important for the school season. Here are some must-haves you can consider in your back-to-school checklist. Style options for kids Titled "Fashion Play," the event enabled kids to enjoy the day as the brand presented its new collection of childhood fashion staples. Believing that all kids are beautiful, SM Kids recently celebrated the fun and exciting details of childhood in SM Mall of Asia. Titled "Fashion Play," the event enabled kids to enjoy the day as the brand presented its new collection of childhood fashion staples, made exciting through vibrant colors and whimsical prints. The event also featured a grand fashion show featuring the brand's four key lines, each with their own fresh offerings every kid will look forward to … [Read more...] about LIST: Cool stuff for school
MANILA, Philippines — A graduate of Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU) topped the 2018 Bar examination, the results released yesterday by the Supreme Court (SC) showed. Sean James Borja, who was the valedictorian of the Ateneo Law School Class of 2018, took the top spot with a rating of 89.3060 percent, said SC Associate Justice Mariano del Castillo. “Dedication lang, hard work… Stick to your goals… Don’t let your insecurities get the best of you,” Borja told future Bar examinees in a phone interview. Out of 8,155 examinees, only 1,800 passed. Aside from Borja, two other examinees from the Ateneo placed in the top 10, namely fourth placer Daniel John Fordan with a rating of 85.4430 percent and fifth placer Katrina Monica Gaw with 85.4210 percent. University of the Philippines (UP) graduates in the top 10 are sixth placer Nadaine Tongco with a rating of 85.0320 percent and seventh placer Patricia Sevilla with a rating … [Read more...] about 1,800 hurdle 2018 Bar
Japan's highly revered Emperor Akihito stepped down yesterday after an eventful three-decade reign, during which he humanised the monarchy and became the country's foremost icon of peace. It was a testament to his legacy, marked by his deep remorse for a brutal war waged in his father's name, that the leaders of countries such as China, Russia, Singapore, South Korea and the United States offered salutations. The 85-year-old Emperor expressed gratitude in his final address to the Japanese public, delivered in the brief Taiirei Seiden no Gi ceremony that began at 5pm and lasted only 12 minutes. It was held in the Seiden Matsu no Ma, or State Room, in the Imperial Palace. "Since ascending the throne 30 years ago, I have performed my duties as the Emperor with a deep sense of trust in and respect for the people, and I consider myself most fortunate to have been able to do so," he said in the nationally televised ceremony, with Empress Michiko, 84, beside him. "I sincerely thank the people … [Read more...] about ‘People’s Emperor’ steps down with words of gratitude to public