Do you plan to get abroad? Does any international cuisine, A part on your curriculum, these are question ask by Chef Brian Meehan an Irish as he head cooking seminar held lately at Capitol Cafe
Various Colleges here in Pangasinan attend in order to get ideas of chef Brian for Palarong Pambansa to accommodate delegates from 17 regions composed at officials and students Pangasinan was about to ready to handle tha Palarong Pambansa 2012 this seminar is one of the initial step that Pangasinan is Ready.
Chef Brian Meehan Preparing for Mediterranean dishes
Chef Brian Meehan Mediterranean dish
“Balsamic Chicken, fish and chips,”
Summer Breeze, Hot Temperature, and the smell of my Graduation Rites, is fast approaching as we took the Job Fair 2012 here in PSU where more than 15 companies offers job vacancies for us graduating Students. It makes me excited being part of graduating class of 2012. To easy to take by anyone but deep inside, pressure stands most. Upcoming question; what will you do after Graduation?
If I will answer his question, my answer would be ___________. StilI don’t know from now.
Though I have a dream I want to achieve, I don’t know where to start first to pursue my dreams.
But when SSC finds a way for us to take the first step onto our successful career, I tottaly grab it, no doubt!
First, we prepare our resume. Isn’t too funny if you would see my picture in my resume like this san kapa ibang iba sa lahat, sabi nga nila only human among the Animals, just kidding no offend, My friends laugh about it. WAGAS NA WAGAS Parang Wala ng Bukas.
I apply first on SiTel, a company from the City of Pines. Waaaahh, nosebleeding to the max. I can’t imagine how I survive on that kind of terrible English conversation. Still I enjoy it. next is the company of Virtual Wonders where we met an American? Or Canadian?. He is a wonderful person for me. A fun to be with and can easy to get along with. You won’t even notice you’re in a job interview. And last is the Farmout from Dagupan City where I could say the best company I applied, Wow i love that day to much, i have a lot memories to keep and i learn on that day……..
“Lingayen is the seat of power of the Province of Pangasinan. It lies northwest of Manila approximately 6 hours land travel passing by the province of La Union. Lingayen is known for the historical significance of its gulf during the World War II (WWII) which is the extension of the South China Sea. The famous Hundred Islands of Pangasinan also lies west of its 56km coastline. To commemorate and honor the heroes of WWII, a Veterans Memorial Park was established at the back of the Provincial Capitol of Pangasinan and just by the Lingayen Gulf Beach.”
Here lays the historic Provincial Capitol Building, fronting the historic Lingayen Gulf, where MacArthur’s liberation forces landed at the tail end of WWII for the liberation of Luzon. Built in 1918 and designed by American engineer and architect. It has been identified as one of the eight architectural treasures of the Philippines by NCCA and the Filipino heritage Festival, Inc. The area is favorite site for strollers drawn to its lush parks such as the Don Daniel Maramba Boulevard, Urduja House, Sison Auditorium, and the Veterans memorial park.
On display at the park within the Provincial Capitol Compound are relics reminding the people of the last World War II, This memorial was built in 1995 in commemoration of the 50th Lingayen Gulf Landing Anniversary. The Veterans Memorial Park is the most important Museum of Province of Pangasinan they can also saw the history of Pangasinan and also they can figure what the
Transformation process after the World War II of Province of Pangasinan.
—Lingayen, Pangasinan-Preparation have finally begun for this years, Palarong Pambansa
, the biggest and most colorful yearly sporting events under
the Auspices of the department of education (DepEd) slated on may 6 to 12 to be hosted by the province of pangasinan.
Most of the events for Palarong Pambansa will be played at the narciso ramos sports civic center in the said town, others will be held at dagupan and san carlos as well as the town of binmaley and bugallon. NRSCC’s Renovation is now in full swing, repainting of gymnasium,tiles replacement,
refurnishing of the gymnasium among others. Target date for completion will be on March 30
The 2012 palarong pambansa shallbe held in May 6-12 in Lngayen Pangasinan to be hosted by the Provincial government of Pangasinan and depED Regional Office 1 assisted by the Schools Division Office of Pangasinan 1 and the City School Division Offices of San Carlos City and Dagupan City
I was just a 10month old being when the last palarong pambansa held on our province clueless to interpret things happen before, yet excitement closely as the no. 1 province in the Philippines captures Palarong Pambansa 2012
AFTER successfully hosting this year’s 3rd Milo Little Olympics National Finals, Pangasinan will again play host to the country’s biggest annual, multi-sports competition—the 2012 Palarong Pambansa.
The Palaro is conducted by the Department of Education (DepEd) wherein the best elementary and secondary athletes from all regions compete.
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