TEN Moves- What’s Yours?

Finally, individuals have a concrete way to be part of building schools – Building education – Building the nation.
Because we owe our children a great future.
This is a private sector initiative launched by PBSP, League of Corporate Foundations, Ayala Foundation and other organizations in coordination with DepED.
The Entire Nation (TEN) moves with your help and participation.
10 pesos a day for 10 months. We will build 10,000 classrooms.
That’s 3,000 pesos each from 2 million people.
Feel free to share this to others. The organizers will be creating several online (Facebook and Twitter) sites soon for updates but you are one of the first to know about this.
TEN Moves is all it takes. I’ve made my move. I invite you to make your move.
Here’s how you can help: 
How To Donate: 
1. Bank Deposit (Proceed to any BPI, BDO and UnionBank branch)
a. BPI: Ayala Foundation,  » Read more about: TEN Moves- What’s Yours?  »

2010 Korean Horror Film Festival at Shangri-la Cineplex

Shangri-la Plaza hosts a Non-stop Screamfest with 2010 Korean Horror Film Festival.
Starting on October 27- 31 and Nov. 2-4 you can bring your friends along and enjoy all of the horror films for FREE! YES, you read it right. FREE!!!
This event is in partnership with the Embassy of Republic of Korea, The Korean-Philippine Foundation, Inc. and Shangri-la Plaza. Thanks to them, we are able to watch widely acclaimed horror and thriller films.
Here are the screening schedules of 2010 Korean Horror Film Festival:
October 27, Wednesday
2 PM Arang
5 PM The Red Shoes
8 PM M
October 28, Thursday
2 PM Hansel and Gretel
5 PM Ghost
8 PM Paradise Murdered
October 29, Friday
2 PM Ghost
5 PM Arang
8 PM Epitaph
October 30, Saturday
2 PM The Red Shoes
5 PM Paradise Murdered
8 PM Hansel and Gretel
October 31, Sunday
2 PM M
5 PM Epitaph
8 PM Arang
November 2,  » Read more about: 2010 Korean Horror Film Festival at Shangri-la Cineplex  »

Book Review: Max Lucados For Tough Times

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