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Wednesday, November 24, 2010
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Friday, October 22, 2010
PAPELLE WILL BE AT THE Pasko Pasko Pasko Fiesta Regalo
GKonomics International, Inc. and the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) with floral designer extraordinaire Rachy Cuna and the Cabinet Spouses volunteers, proudly present Pasko, Pasko, Pasko Fiesta Regalo.
The group's vision is to go beyond the usual concept of charity and offer a variety of world-class and locally made products for all Christmas shopping needs - with the poor at the very center of their efforts.
The organizers will be providing booths for free to its vendors to expose their existence by promoting their talent on an unprecedented scale.
It is the first time that DTI and GKonomics will collaborate on this scale. With the guiding hands of Weng Domingo and Rachy Cuna, the event is expected to provide a one of a kind bazaar experience. The trade fair will feature the various regions of the Philippines through their products, made possible by DTI's One Town One Product (OTOP) priority program which promotes entrepreneurship and livelihood.
In the same manner, GKonomics, Gawad Kalinga's social enterprise development initiative, will exhibit the variety of beautifully created items made by Gawad Kalinga communities.
Doors will open from 9am-9pm. Entrance fee is P100 per person. Tickets are available at the entrance. See you at the Bazaar
Over 20 vendors will sell handcrafted wares at the bazaar. Find jewelry, clothing, home decors, ceramics, stationery, delicacies, and more.
Entrance fee is P20 inclusive of admission to the Yuchengco Museum exhibits and events.
For inquiries, call 889-1234 or email email@example.com.
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Not only are Papelle bags green, they are also the result of the hard work of the Natipuan community in Nasugbo, Batangas. Over a year ago, a lot of them were jobless and basically not doing anything. Today, they are putting their talents to work with these wonderful bags. They skillfully hand-weave paper into numerous beautiful patterns that are strong and durable, making the modern day “bayong”. The created woven sheets of paper are then formed into stylish designs that are just waiting to share their story!
|A lady from Batangas, Philippines weaving newspapers|
Papelle bags are beautiful examples of what recycling can do. The main attraction is it's unique material: Paper! This bag line advocates recycling and sustainability. It uses recycled paper to help lessen garbage and battle pollution by making use of what many consider as trash. Old newspapers and old yellow pages are brought back to life as they are skillfully woven together and made into Papelle: A bag that sure has a story to tell!