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April 12, 2011

Philippines is not only blessed with vast natural resources, breathtaking landscapes, superb natural wonders and pleasant weather all year round.  

We are also gifted with industrious and talented citizens.

Think about our inventor’s who are influential in the rapidly changing technological breakthroughs. 

Juan and Maria have come a long way…we are no longer the copy cats of colonial mentality. We became our very own.

In the past 30 years we have broken into different industries – the Information Technology with our world class computer engineers, coders, programmers, graphic artists and animators responsible for brilliant animations in numerous international record breaking movies.

We have great writers and cartoonists that are competing against the giants in the publishing industry.

In the Health Care Industry, we have provided the global demands with highly respectable Doctors, Nurses and Therapists not to mention the unsung heroes, the low profiled caregivers all over the world.

The global market embraced our creativity on hand crafted materials. There is a growing demand for our Agricultural and Local Foods. Matter of fact, we are one of the world’s top producers of best quality tuna and tropical fruits fresh, canned and bottled.

We have trendy creative top rated fashion designers breaking into the Fashion Industry.

Our Filipina beauties are so brilliant that they are a force to reckon with in the International Beauty Pageant competition.

We have world class entertainers, the likes of Lea Salonga, Charisse Pempenco, Arnel Pineda, and numerous international stars not to mention other local talents adorned by the international audience in highly competitive TV Talent shows. Our very own Manny Pacquiao had etched the name of our country into the international arena of sports.

We have great instrumentalists, some of them are quiet members of famous International Rock bands. But I begin to wonder why with all the talents we have, a Filipino Rock/Pop Band has yet to enter the international mainstream market.

As I begin to wonder, my creative juice begins to formulate a way to allow Filipino bands achieve their big break.

I thought of creating our very own reality TV contest.

On these blog, I’ll share the entire concept that I originally pitched in with Sony, CBS and NBC. The concept is secured with international rights. It’s still waiting for the best offers on the table although I will prefer that a Philippine producer or network will take the concept and open the show in the Philippines.

Here it is…the format is exactly similar to the Pitched Format presented to Producers and Network Executives

Click here ---It's Your Stage--- to read the concept. I need a huge favor, if you can send a comment via e-mail to let me know if the concept is clear and simple to understand.

Thank you
 
 

Microbial Cellulose

March 27, 2011
Before we explore deeper into the applications of Microbial Cellulose, allow me to trace back the first use of this prolific producer of Microbial Cellulose.

 Nata De Coco

Nata De Coco is a chewy, translucent, gel like edible substance produced through fermentation of the vinegar bacteria called Gluconacetobacter Xylinusformerly identified as Acetobacter Xylinum (a gram negative bacterium) that was commonly found in grape to wine fermentation process.

Undocumented claim surface that Nata De Coco...


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Cellulose

March 27, 2011

What is Cellulose? 

Cellulose is the Earth's major biopolymer and is of tremendous economic importance globally. Cellulose is the major constituent of cotton (over 94%) and wood (over 50%). Together, cotton and wood are the major resources for all cellulose products such as paper, textiles, construction materials, cardboard, as well as cellulose derivatives such as cellophane, rayon, and cellulose acetate.

Traditionally, cellulose is obtained from plant resources. Bolls from cotton plants are c...


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Sarangani: The Tuna Capital in the Philippines

March 16, 2011
Sarangani Province boast of it's best catch of Tuna all year round. Known in the entire world as prolific producer of Tuna. Unfortunately the ban on Tuna fishing mandated last year severely affected the economy.


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Scuba Diving in Sarangani!

March 15, 2011
Congresssman Manny Pacquiao in one of his promotional interview with National News Correspondents...video courtesy of
TV Patrol Balita by sports corresponder Dyan Castillejo

 
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Tara na sa Sarangani!

March 15, 2011
Online Connections While in Sarangani
 
Wifi Hotspots available...for most of us who are tech savvy. Folks who couldn't survive without online connections.
 
 Though Sarangani managed to preserved it's pristine nature, this place is catching up with the pace of technology...

Here are Wifi hotspots available in General Santos City.

  • Alumni Walk, Notre Dame Dadiangas University
  • AMA – Pioneer Ave.
  • Anchor Hotel – Santiago Blvd.
  • Arnevel Restaurant (National Highway)
  • Big Chow Restaurant – Gaisano
  • Blugre ...

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Kiamba Sarangani Province

March 15, 2011
One of the many attractions in Kiamba, Sarangani Province...

Courtesy of riajose you tube.

 

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The Blogger


Joel Inocencio Born and Raise in Davao City. I move to NY in the mid-90's and started my career in the health care industry. Along with my small family I'm longing to pack my stuff and head back home. My target destination this time will be in Sarangani Province. I love fish, the beach, the country side and everything the nature has to offer. I'd like to climb Mount Apo again!

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