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"The Voice Kids" Philippines Season 3 premieres May 28

MANILA, Philippines - ABS-CBN's op-rating singing competition “The Voice Kids” Philippines is back to give young singers a shot at stardom and help them achieve their dreams for their family as new season begins this Saturday, May 28.

"The Voice Kids" Philippines Season 3 premieres May 28
The Voice Kids Season 3 judges (L-R): Lea Salonga, Bamboo and Sharon Cuneta.
In its third season, the best singing competition for kids will again try to search for the next singing superstar with the help of its superstar coaches: broadway diva Lea Salonga, rock superstar Bamboo, and new coach Megastar Sharon Cuneta.

“Our Top 4 last season was pretty crazy. It’s like, where do we go from here? Now, we’re turning for special kids who have immense potential for improvement. Our standard is pretty much the same – you got to have something we can absolutely work with and we have to be able to see that you have the potential to be the champion of this competition,” said coach Lea.

Coach Bamboo, meanwhile, will try to score a back-to-back win after her artist Elha Nympha was named grand champion last season. “I’ll try. I can’t control things but I’ll try my best. That’s my goal – to pull out the best from every child and see which of them reaches the finals. Here in the country, we have a lot of great singers. But a kid or an adult who can connect, that has a heart and character, is rare.”


But Sharon is not letting the two coaches get their way easily, as she is ready to pull out all the stops for the competition. “It’s my first time to coach here. Every one all over the world knows ‘The Voice.’ It is prestigious. Just to be part of this family gives you a lot of extra points. I am praying that the champ comes from my camp. I’ll really give it all I’ve got – my 38 years of experience.”

This Saturday, the blind auditions – the first part of the competition – will kick off with the coaches using new tricks to try to woo young artists to join their respective teams.

“So far we have found some amazing, talented boys and girls. They’re not just vocally wonderful but they’ve got some really interesting personalities, which have been entertaining for all of us,” shared coach Lea.

The chemistry among the three coaches is also evident in their banter.

“I am so grateful to God for the chemistry. There was no way to find out if there was such a thing among us until we started taping. It seems like the audience laugh a lot, we laugh a lot, we have a lot of fun bantering. It’s a great to be working with two super pros, experts, and icons. I am so honored to be in such great company,” Sharon said.

“It feels great. It feels at home. Ang sarap ng pakiramdam especially with these kids I got recently. It’s been great and fun so far working with Sharon. It’s fun for me because it’s something different. It’s a change, and change is always good,” added Bamboo.

Meanwhile, the third season of “The Voice Kids” will be led by the country’s premier host Luis Manzano, reality star-turned-host Robi Domingo, and the newest addition to the family: “chinita princess” Kim Chiu.

As they join forces, they will guide every young artist in every stage of the competition to help them achieve their dreams.



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IN PHOTOS: Regus introduces 'office of the future'

MANILA, Philippines - Even how we do business is changing along the continuous evolution of the workforce. To keep up with the pace, workspace provider Regus is introducing out-of-the-box work stations custom fit to answer the needs of the young and millennial entrepreneurs.

Regus introduces 'office of the future'
Flexible workspaces for the younger Internet generation are now making waves in the Philippines.
Established 1999, Regus Philippines now has offices in key cities such as Manila, Makati, Pasay, Pasig, Mandaluyong, Taguig, Muntinlupa, Quezon City, Clark and Cebu.

With over 3,000 locations in 900 cities worldwide, Regus leads the workplace revolution by constantly studying the trends and addressing the challenges of doing business. Perfect for all types of businesses, whether startups, small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), or even big corporations, serviced offices can help a business start or expand.

One of Regus’ products is Businessworld, an exclusive membership scheme offering four levels of service. Business lounges, shared or private office space, meeting areas, a professional surrounding for printing, emailing and more and business support from Regus are just some of the perks that entrepreneurs can enjoy.

Board room at Regus BPI Buendia, Makati City.
Board room at Regus BPI Buendia, Makati City.
The flexible terms and different membership levels of Regus’ products and services is designed to suit the needs of every working class from homeworkers to CEO’s and is well adapted to the norms of the modern society. Instead of putting up a venture from ground up and furnishing it with necessary equipment, serviced offices is now a viable option. It is already equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and connection ready spaces. A highly trained staff will man your office and you can also boast of a premium business address.

“Managing a remote team, or being an employee of a team that works remotely, should not be a hindrance to success at the workplace,” said Lars Wittig, Country Manager of Regus Philippines.
Harnessing one’s abilities and recognizing where and how they work best is the key to success in this constantly evolving workplace, he added.

To ensure the quality and reliability of their offerings, Regus conducts regular researches and surveys. One of Regus’ global business surveys has found that 57.3 percent of people in Philippines and 52 percent worldwide now work remotely for at least half their working week. For Filipinos, this can be attributed to various factors like heavy traffic and the availability of modern technology that enable modern-day employees to work from virtually anywhere at any time.

“Owning a property, be it office real estate or any other, can be complicated and it is crucial to recognize the key components of a great office real estate investment to ensure it is indeed a profitable property. This is why serviced offices can be a more cost-effective and flexible office space solution to drive business especially for startups and SMEs,” shared Jacqueline Van Den Ende, Managing Director and CEO of Lamudi Philippines.





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LOOK: Is China selling human meat to Africa?

Early this May, a series of morbid photos supposedly showing marinated, canned human meat surfaced and began circulating on Facebook. Allegedly, China is producing corned beef using dead bodies and selling the canned products to Africa.

 Is China selling human meat to Africa?
After the photos went viral, Yang Youming, China’s ambassador in Zambia, issued a statement to dispel rumours that China is indeed selling dead bodies as meat products in Africa. PHOTO CREDIT: Snopes.com
In a statement, Youming told China’s Xinhua news agency: “Today, a local tabloid newspaper is openly spreading a rumour, claiming that the Chinese use human meat to make corned beef and sell it to Africa.”

“This is completely a malicious slandering and vilification which is absolutely unacceptable to us. We hereby express our utmost anger and the strongest condemnation over such an act,” Youming added.

Hoax-busting website snopes.com supported Youming’s claims and revealed the true sources of the gruesome images. Apparently, the photos, which appear to show a dead human body in a slaughterhouse, was snapped during a publicity stunt in London’s Smithfield Market. Animal meat products shaped to resemble human body parts were sold in Wesker & Son Resident Evil Human Butchery.

 Is China selling human meat to Africa?

Moreover, at least one of the photos was from the Resident Evil 6 marketing campaign in 2012.

Zambian Depute Defense Minister Christopher Mulenga also issued an apology and ordered an investigation of the incident.

“The government of Zambia regrets the incident in view of the warm relations that exist between Zambia and China,” Mulenga said.

According to Youming, rumors were started by people trying to destroy the “long-standing partnership between Zambia and China. Although China and Zambia have strong business ties, Zambian locals accused Chinese companies of paying low wages and failing to provide safe working conditions to its employee.

--Mini, The Summit Express



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Alma Concepcion reveals eyewitness account of Forever Summer concert

MANILA, Philippines - Through a Facebook post, beauty-queen actress Alma Concepcion, who was among the thousands of concert-goers of the Closeup Forever Summer event on Satuday, May 21 at the SM Mall of Asia in Pasay City, has shared her eyewitness account of the tragedy.

Alma Concepcion
Concepcion, who decided to accompany her teenage son to the event, noticed something strange among concert goers. PHOTO CREDIT: Facebook/Alma Concepcion
At least five individuals died including Ariel Leal, 22, Lance Garcia, 36, Ken Migawa, 18, Bianca Fontejon, and Eric Anthony Miller, 33 after having breathing difficulties inside the concert venue. Based on the initial findings of the National Bureau of Investigation, Fontejon and Garcia suffered from massive heart attacks due to high blood pressure, dehydration, and kidney failure which are indicators of drug overdose. The NBI Chemical Forensics Division is yet to identify the specific drugs the victims could have taken during the event.

In a lengthy Facebook post, she wrote: “I saw the teenagers dancing, wearing shades, masks, chewing gums they came in prepared with all the props. Masks, inhalers, lights , shades, bandanna to cover face. They dont look like first timers in taking ecstacy.”

A group of teens in front of them allegedly danced for more than an hour without holding any alcohol.

“Obviously they weren’t on JUST alcohol.. their eyes were rolling, teeth grinding, & they were dancing non stop for the whole hour (or more than). No liquids,” Concepcion wrote.

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The 40-year-old actress then noticed that a girl from the group suddenly collapsed in front of them. Concepcion approached the group and told them to get help from the medics.

“Her eyes were still open, when she hugged the guy, i noticed something wrong.. her hands became stiff. I approached them and told their group to go to the medics. Simultaneously, Atty. Py called a security to the scene. As the bf was trying to carry the girl, I saw her legs stiffen together with the arms. We hoped on our way home that she's ok,” Concepcion recounted.

“We found out today that a teenage girl, #BiancaFontejon died from the event last night. I hope she’s not the same girl,” Concepcion added.

Here’s her full Facebook post.


--Mini, The Summit Express



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Top performing schools, performance of schools CPA board exam May 2016

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) on Tuesday, May 23, announced that 2,967 out of 6,925 (42.84%) passed the Certified Public Accountant Licensure Examination given by the Board of Accountancy in the cities of Manila, Baguio, Cagayan De Oro, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo and Legazpi this May 2016.

RELATED RESULTS

PRC recognized De La Salle University (DLSU)-Manila as the top performing school as per Commission Resolution No. 2010-547 series of 2010. DLSU-Manila got 93.10 passing rate or 54 out of 58 passed the exam.
Top performing schools, performance of schools CPA board exam May 2016
University of Santo Tomas (UST) and University of San Jose Recoletos (USJR) ranked second and third, 90.32 and 81.20-percent respectively.


The performance of schools in the May 2016 C. P. A. Licensure Examination in alphabetical order as per R.A. 8981 otherwise known as PRC Modernization Act of 2000 Section 7(m) "To monitor the performance of schools in licensure examinations and publish the results thereof in a newspaper of national circulation" is as follows:



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Top 10 Passers: UCP grad tops May 2016 CPA board exam

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) officially announced on Tuesday morning, May 24, the complete list of passers for May 2016 Certified Public Accountant (CPA) board exam. Karim Gonzales Abitago, graduate of Universal Colleges of Parañaque (UCP) topped the board with 92.17-percent grade.

Cor Jesu College alumnus Kimjames Sarapanan Manalo ranked second with 91.83-percent while University of San Jose Recoletos graduate Jayvee Faust Bugtai Anga took the third spot, 91.67-percent grade.

RELATED RESULT
List of Passers: May 2016 CPA board exam results

The successful examinees who garnered the ten (10) highest places (topnotchers) in the May 2016 Certified Public Accountant Licensure Examination are the following:

RANK NAME SCHOOL RATING(%)
1 KARIM GONZALES ABITAGO
UNIVERSAL COLLEGES OF PARAÑAQUE
92.17

2 KIMJAMES SARAPANAN MANALO
COR JESU COLLEGE (HOLY CROSS OF DIGOS)
91.83

3 JAYVEE FAUST BUGTAI ANGA
UNIVERSITY OF SAN JOSE-RECOLETOS
91.67

4 TRISHA CLAIRE YU CABANLIT
UNIVERSITY OF SAN CARLOS
91.33

5 ERVIN MICHAEL BENDULO CAVALIDA
UNIVERSITY OF SAN CARLOS
91.17

6 CLARE MONICA GAKO PILAPIL
UNIVERSITY OF SAN CARLOS
90.83

7 BLESSY BATAUSA DOYLABO
UNIVERSITY OF MINDANAO-DAVAO CITY
90.67

ADRIANNE PAUL IGNACIO FAJATIN
UNIVERSITY OF MANILA
90.67

JOMAR LEONA LUMAGBAS
EASTERN VISAYAS STATE UNIVERSITY (for.L.I.T.)TACLOBAN
90.67

ELYZZAH KAYE CADALIN TORRES
UNIVERSITY OF SAN JOSE-RECOLETOS
90.67

8 SHENEN MAE TALABOC GOC-ONG
UNIVERSITY OF SAN JOSE-RECOLETOS
90.33

9 PATRICK VILLALUZ CIPRIANO
DE LA SALLE-ARANETA UNIVERSITY,INC (GAUF)
90.17

JOSHUA ABUNDO ECHIVARRE
UNIVERSITY OF SAN CARLOS
90.17

MARC RAPHAEL NAZARENO ONG
UNIVERSITY OF SAN CARLOS
90.17

KENNY CHING TABILIRAN
UNIVERSITY OF SAN JOSE-RECOLETOS
90.17

10 SARAH MANSUETO BALISACAN
UNIVERSITY OF SAN CARLOS
90.00
NOTHING FOLLOWS----------------------

UCP grad tops May 2016 CPA board exam



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List of Passers: May 2016 Chemical Engineering (ChemEng) board exam results

Those awaiting results of May 2016 Chemical Engineer board exam can find here the complete list of passers, top 10 (topnotchers), top performing schools and performance of schools as the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) and the Board of Chemical Engineering (ChemEng) released results in 2 working days after the last day of exams.

May 2016 Chemical Engineering (ChemEng) board exam results

PRC announced that 320 out of 499 passed the Chemical Engineer Licensure Examination.
Chemical Engineering board exam was conducted in Manila and Cebu on May 18, 19 and 20, 2016.

Adamson University graduate Lawrence Paul Abapo Pamatpat clinched the top spot with 85.90-percent grade.

top 10 chemeng

The members of the Board of Chemical Engineering who gave the licensure examination are Engr. Ofelia V. Bulaong, Chairman; Engr. Francisco A. Arellano and Engr. Jeffrey G. Mijares, Members.

Successful Examinees in the
CHEMICAL ENGINEER LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on MAY 18, 2016 & FF. DAYS Page: 2 of 8
Released on MAY 24, 2016
Seq. No. N a m e
1 ABACAN, SHEILA ADARLO
2 ABACLOD, TIFFANY NARAG
3 ABARQUEZ, NATHALIE CLAIRE RETUTAL
4 ABELADO, FE MARICHELLE BELMES
5 ABRAJANO, ARLENE KIMBONGAN
6 ABREA, JOHN FRANCIS III LUZORATA
7 ABUBO, RENEIR MAMIIT
8 ADDURU, ARGIE PASCUA
9 AGCAOILI, ERIC ADRIAN DUGAY
10 AGDAN, FARAH HAMIDA ILAGAN
11 ALFECHE, FRENZY MAE TITO
12 ALFEREZ, MED CARARA ESTILLORE
13 ALFONSO, CHARISSA MAE MALIG
14 ALFONSO, LESTER ANGELO DE CASTRO
15 ALFONSO, SOPHIA MARIE QUIMADO
16 ALLORDE, GERALD GARCES
17 ALVENDIA, IRISH DIANNE RUBINOS
18 AMORES, JOHN RAY BRIGNAS
19 ANDAL, JUSTINE KARL CENSON
20 ANDRES, JOANNE CHRISTI SAMAN
21 ANG, GERALD AARON SY
22 ANG, KURT BRYAN ALBA
23 ANGELES, PATLAWRENZE JOSEPH GATPOLINTAN
24 ANGTUD, MELISSA NIÑA VICOY
25 APACIBLE, JORDAN SERRANO
26 AQUINO, JANINE PAULLE BAYQUEN
27 ARES, JULIUS BRYAN PELLO
28 ARGUEZ, LURENCE JOHN SOGO-AN
29 ARPON, JOLYN DOMINIQUE ESTRELLA
30 ARTIGAS, MA AUXILIADORY IBARRA
31 ASAYTUNO, LEVY SEVILLA
32 ASUNCION, REA MAE MARTIN
33 ATES, JOELLINE ANN DUHAYLUNGSOD
34 ATIENZA, VANESSA BERNADETTE BUGANAN
35 BAES, NICOLE ANGELO SANTOYO
36 BAEYENS, JEFF ANTHONY AGNAONAO
37 BANAWA, ROSE APLE JAVIER
38 BANUELOS, ERIKA GRACE ROSALES
39 BARCELO, JOVEN RETALES
40 BARIA, ANGELICA MAY EVARISTO
41 BARLUADO, ZANIEL JOHN CACERES
42 BARROLA, MARINEL LEA GASANG
43 BARTE, DANIELLE MARIE IWAY
44 BASTIAN, JERMAINE FAE DIANO
45 BATARILAN, RONNEL RESCO
46 BATULAN, ELYNOR BERNATE
47 BELMONTE, CASEY GRANDE
48 BELMONTE, NIKKOLAI FRANCES FRIAS
49 BELONGUEL, JOYCE MARIAN ARNEJO
50 BENEDICTO, RANEILA YUMANG
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
CHEMICAL ENGINEER LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on MAY 18, 2016 & FF. DAYS Page: 3 of 8
Released on MAY 24, 2016
Seq. No. N a m e
51 BERNADAS, EDMAR DACUYA
52 BESABELLA, MA LOUTCHELLE ALBIAR
53 BISCOCHO, PRINCESS GARCIA
54 BISMONTE, MA ELIZABETH
55 BORJA, DIVINA SUPSUP
56 BORJA, JEMIMAH DEPASUPIL
57 BRIONES, EDZEL BABAO
58 BRITANIA, RESTY RAMIREZ
59 BUEN, ARVEY DWAYNE PAGTUD
60 BUENO, ALTHEA DAVID
61 BUMANLAG, NICO COLOMA
62 BUSTAMANTE, SHERLENE LYDA TABIGNE
63 CABAJAR, ALDEN ARAO
64 CABAUATAN, MARK ADRIAN DE JUAN
65 CABRILLOS, MARY PAULETTE TOLO
66 CAHAPONON, REY ARR LAUSA
67 CALA, PAUL RAFAEL CORPUZ
68 CAMACHO, JANVER BUTIC
69 CAPILI, JOMICAH BAWAR
70 CAS, MARK ANTHONY RIVERA
71 CASAURAN, QUEENNIE ANNE BAYAN
72 CASTILLO, CLAUDINE BELOSO
73 CASTRO, KRISTINE MAE ANTIQUEZA
74 CASTRO, ROUISE GRACE AZARCON
75 CAÑIZAR, JOANNA MARIE MATUGAS
76 CENTENO, ABHELITO ARENDAIN
77 CHAVEZ, CHARMAINE MAROE ARCELON
78 CHENG, KERWIN CHUA
79 CHICANO, MARC LESTER DONGALLO
80 CHING, REANNA SIA
81 CHUA, HOWAYNE ONG
82 CHUAYANA, JOHNEMMA MAE PANAGUITON
83 CISNEROS, PAUL RALPH MORTA
84 CONOS, KARL SEBASTIEN DEJITO
85 CORTEZ, MARY ANNE MILLENDES
86 CRUZ, ANA MARGARITA CRUZ
87 CRUZ, MARISSE PADIS
88 CRUZ, MICHAEL KENNETH DELA ROSA
89 CUE, CHARMAINE JOYCE NG
90 CUEVAS, KEVIN REI BERTE
91 CUNIGNIG, RUSSEL OLYHN ANDAYA
92 DAGOHOY, JULIE KRISTINE HILVANO
93 DANGUPON, FRANZ KRISTIAN DIMAYACYAC
94 DANIEGA, PRECIOUS MAE CAÑEDA
95 DANIOT, DONNA MAE LUMAPAS
96 DATINGUINOO, JAN REI CRUZ
97 DE FIESTA, RELYANDO ELLAZAR
98 DE GUZMAN, FRANCESCA MARIE DOMINGO
99 DE GUZMAN, JOHN ALLEN REYES
100 DE GUZMAN, KYRA JOYCE RONQUILLO
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
CHEMICAL ENGINEER LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on MAY 18, 2016 & FF. DAYS Page: 4 of 8
Released on MAY 24, 2016
Seq. No. N a m e
101 DE LEON, NEORHANIE BAUTISTA
102 DE SERRA, ADAM JOHN DAVID
103 DEJITO, SARAH DACUYAN
104 DELA CRUZ, JEN ELAINE BAUTISTA
105 DELA CRUZ, LEAN LEN MARX MANAOG
106 DELA CRUZ, RICHARD MUYNILA
107 DELICA, HOLLY DANEILLE GIANGO
108 DICDIQUIN, JESS ANTHONY
109 DOMONDON, RALPH ADRIAN FAJARDO
110 DOROY, CLARINCE JOYCE LAO
111 DUCAY, BEVERLY ARRANGUEZ
112 DUGA, NORWIN DALE FORONES
113 DULAWAN, JERIC TACIO
114 ECHAVIA, VERNADETTE OLYMPIAD TEMPROSA
115 EDPIS, MICHELLE SAYAN
116 ELECHICON, KIMBERLY SHEENE SAULDA
117 ENOPIA, LADY TRINITY NUEVE
118 ENTROLIZO, REGINA VILLAMARIN
119 ERA, CHARLENE MAE ALIPIO
120 EREPOL, SHARA MAY SEBIO
121 ESCAÑO, GELLY MAY VALLECER
122 ESPINO, MARC ANGELO CASTILLO
123 ESTARIS, KAYE MARQUEZ
124 ESTOESTA, VON AARON MORALES
125 EVANGELISTA, FATIMA ELYSE RIVERA
126 EVANGELISTA, KENTH JOHN SANDOVAL
127 FABIAN, PAMELA SOFIA DELA RIVA
128 FALLARIA, MICHELLE HERADORA
129 FALTADO, KEVIN MARTIN COCOBA
130 FERNANDEZ, ABEGAIL DE GUZMAN
131 FERNANDEZ, MILDRED ABANTO
132 FERNANDO, JULI FRANCISCO
133 FEROLINO, CHARLES MARAASIN
134 FERRER, RAYNALDO SEVILLA
135 FLORES, JONARD DONATO
136 FRANCISCO, MARNEL JOLLY DE LEON
137 GAGATE, DEXTER TURALBA
138 GALLARDO, DIRK DARYL OSORIO
139 GAMBOA, GILYN MARIE PRANZA
140 GARCES, LOVELY CRECEL CABOTAGE
141 GARCIA, JININA REI ARANDIA
142 GARCIA, RONNEL CACO
143 GEMPERO, JOAN JET ABALLE
144 GENOSA, KARLEN JOSEPH DE LA CRUZ
145 GERON, EUNICE PURUGGANAN
146 GIRON, DENISE GALICIA
147 GLORIANI, KATHELYN BARRION
148 GLORIOSO, MA ELIZA BANCORO
149 GO, CHESTER IAN DIWA
150 GOCHINGCO, PAOLO GIOVANNI MONROY
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CHEMICAL ENGINEER LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on MAY 18, 2016 & FF. DAYS Page: 5 of 8
Released on MAY 24, 2016
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151 GOMEZ, RAINIER GOMEZ
152 GONZAGA, IAN LORENZO EVANGELISTA
153 GONZAGA, JONI MAE DE GUZMAN
154 GONZAGA, PAUL RAY-AN ARIPIO
155 GONZALES, BELINDA JEAN ANOT
156 GONZALES, KENNETH PAMINTUAN
157 GONZALES, RYAN AUGUST CLOSA
158 GONZALEZ, IVANNA CRISTIA BATOON
159 GRANDE, JEANETTE OBIEN
160 GRAPA, EASON ALFUENTE
161 GRAVADOR, DANIEL CORCINO
162 GUBA, ARIANNE JAYNE GAPUNAY
163 GUERRERO, GLENN AJI DELGADO
164 GUTIERREZ, VINCENT USMAN
165 HERRAS, TERESA LAURENCE TRINIDAD
166 IMANIL, RUTH ANNE UGAY
167 IMPERIAL, PAULINE AGBULOS
168 JULATON, JUVIMAR VILLALUZ
169 JULVE, KIMBERLY GEONZON
170 LABAD, REA BEGONTES
171 LACSON, KEVIN CALIZO
172 LAFIGUERA, ANN MARGARETTE DALAY
173 LAGUNDA, GIANN MARI SOBREVIÑAS
174 LAOC, CHARLES VON BACABAC
175 LAOHOO, JANELLE NATHALIE CHUATOCO
176 LARGOSA, JAKE OMALE
177 LASAM, JONATHAN POBLETE
178 LASQUITE, FEL JUNIELO LANSILAY
179 LAUZON, SHARMAINE RUTH ANAGAP
180 LEE, CARIDGE MIRANDA
181 LEGASPI, ARBAN LAZARO
182 LEQUIGAN, NEIL JOHN DAHUNAN
183 LIM, GEOFFREY DARYLL LIM
184 LIM, KIMBERLY KING
185 LIM, REY JANNUS MONTAÑEZ
186 LOPEZ, CHURESE MARIE OCANA
187 LOZADA, JOSEPH RYAN PANES
188 LU, KATRINA TAN
189 MAALA, JERRIC ANDREI GONZALES
190 MACABANSAG, FRANCES IAN BALDOS
191 MACARUBBO, ROZZEL ALLAM
192 MACASO, DIANNE MONTEMAYOR
193 MADULID, ALYZZA PEARL MACOROL
194 MAGANTE, BABY ABIGAIL PUA
195 MAGBOJOS, BON JOVERICK DALANGIN
196 MAGBOO, JAVIC KAYE DELEON
197 MAGBUHAT, BABY JEAN AULIDA
198 MAGDAONG, AIRENE LLARENA
199 MALALUAN, SHARLENE SANTIAGO
200 MALLARI, KAREN FAITH MONTEALTO
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CHEMICAL ENGINEER LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on MAY 18, 2016 & FF. DAYS Page: 6 of 8
Released on MAY 24, 2016
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201 MALSIN, ROGEL ROY JASMIN
202 MANACUP, CRIS VINCENT LIM
203 MANLAPIG, MARC TROI DEO BIÑAS
204 MANUBA, ERNELLI JOYCE NOBLEFRANCA
205 MARCELLANA, JENNELYN BAHIA
206 MARIÑAS, JOHN GABRIELLE CASTRO
207 MARQUESES, VINCENT ALONTE
208 MARQUEZ, JENNIFER MONTILLA
209 MARZOÑA, ANGELU KAYE BARANDON
210 MAYO, EDERLYN VELASQUEZ
211 MAYOL, NICKEEN DELA CRUZ
212 MEDRANO, KARMELA INNA MAE CATIBOG
213 MEJORADA, BRIAN MICHAEL MOSES ALABE
214 MENDEZ, MA RICHIELYN MALAPITAN
215 MESIAS, KAYE PALOMILLO
216 MIGALLOS, MAHALEEL KARL VILLEGAS
217 MIMAY, MINETTE BARQUIN
218 MIÑANO, KANDY ICY DELOS SANTOS
219 MONTERO, VIRNA ROSE PANEDA
220 MORALEJO, FREDERIQUE CANTIN
221 MOSCA, HONEY LOU CUETO
222 MOSCA, KURT NIEL SALIGUMBA
223 MOZO, MICHAEL JASON LEDESMA
224 MUTIA, NICEL MAE VISITACION
225 NACION, KEESHIA ROSE ALOVA
226 NANO, ROBERTA MINETTE RANAY
227 NARVAEZ, JAIRA DANIELLE SALAMAT
228 NAVALES, SARAH GRACE MORAL
229 NEBATO, JIBE LABENZ LIMOSNERO
230 NERI, BENZ CARLO QUILINGUIN
231 NGOHAYON, JOEL MARC AGUADA
232 NICOLAS, KAYE ROSE CABREROS
233 NOVIO, SEBASTIAN DELA PEÑA
234 OCAMPO, MARIA KARLA RUTH MESINA
235 OLIVER, JENICE BERROYA
236 ONG, CEDRICK SEE
237 ONG, JOSHUA JYRO BALAJADIA
238 ONG, MICHIKO ATILON
239 OPOLENTISIMA, LEXVYN BONTUYAN
240 ORFIANA, OMAR NASSIF
241 ORIAS, MARK JOSEPH MARZAN
242 ORODIO, RUSSEL PAUL GANGAN
243 PADUA, MAE CHRISTINE TOLENTINO
244 PAGDANGANAN, KENNETH RADAN
245 PAMATMAT, LAWRENCE PAUL ABAPO
246 PAN, JEFFERSON TAN
247 PANGANIBAN, MARIA CAMILLE MARANAN
248 PARADO, DREAM PEARL BERSAMINA
249 PARAISO, MA ANGELA BUAGAS
250 PED, REN MIKHAIL RAGASA
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
CHEMICAL ENGINEER LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on MAY 18, 2016 & FF. DAYS Page: 7 of 8
Released on MAY 24, 2016
Seq. No. N a m e
251 PEREZ, MONICA ISABEL BORLAGDATAN
252 PETIZA, ALFRED KENNETH SEBOLLENA
253 PIEDAD, MC CLOYD DURAY
254 PINEDA, SHEENA MARIE VALENZUELA
255 PONGAN, KEENEN CORMINAL
256 PUA, ALYSSA ALEXIS YU
257 PUREZA, CARISSA SANGALANG
258 QUIJOTE, KRISTELLE LATI
259 RABULAN, RALPH SOTTO
260 RAMIREZ, JAIRONE CAMARINES
261 RAMOS, KAREN FAITH ORNEDO
262 RAYMUNDO, SHELAH JOY BINAYUG
263 REBANGCOS, JUVHAN TINGA
264 REJAS, CLAUDINE MACAS
265 RIVERA, JERROD CRAIE PASIMIO
266 RIÑA, LUNA MAE AMBAOA
267 ROSAL, JOANNA MAE PILAR
268 ROSALES, DAWN PEARL POGADO
269 RUIZ, NIDA MARIE SUMAMPONG
270 SABINO, RENZ ALDRIN SANTIAGO
271 SADIAN, EDYLYN KAYE DION
272 SAHAGUN, KENJI MACATANGAY
273 SALAMERA, EDEL MARIE JALECO
274 SALAS, CASSANDRA TUAZON
275 SALAZAR, BENEDICT JIMENEA
276 SALEM, JEZRAEL ONG
277 SALMINGO, ALVIN NATIVIDAD
278 SALVADOR, NIKKI JOHN JERSHWIN CEREZO
279 SANGALANG, ALYSSA JANE GAYETA
280 SANTOS, RICHYDELLE JON EDILLORANA
281 SARIGUMBA, CHRISTINE SALGADOS
282 SARMIENTO, CHRISTINE BERNADETH DELA CRUZ
283 SARMIENTO, KAMILA SARREAL
284 SEDANTES, JANEWA MAE GALVEZ
285 SEÑORON, LEILANI GLIMADA
286 SIMACON, KEVIN LAÑOJAN
287 SOBREMISANA, ABBE LORAINE EJEM
288 TABLADA, BERNADETTE MAGALING
289 TAGAPULOT, VANESSA SAYSON
290 TALUSAN, AARON VENTANILLA
291 TANJAY, QUEENIE LEE PEPITO
292 TANTENGCO, MARY MAY ABELLANA
293 TAPANGCO, KEANE MARC QUINTE
294 TAYONA, MAE LANN JOY GAMUYAO
295 TECLING, ALMA GRACE SUICO
296 TIGUE, MAELYN ROSE MORENO
297 TIPAYNO, SAMANTHA LIWAYAN
298 TORRES, JOSE DANIEL CARLOS
299 TORRES, KATHERINE OPACO
300 TRINIDAD, MYEKA ABU
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
CHEMICAL ENGINEER LICENSURE EXAMINATION
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Released on MAY 24, 2016
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301 TUMALIWAN, SHANDIE MARIE ENRIQUEZ
302 VALDEZ, JEROLD GRAELLOS
303 VALLAR, PAUL NATHAN BRIZUELA
304 VANDERLIPE, ANGELITA DOMINGO
305 VANGUARDIA, JESUSA MONICA MACANDOG
306 VARQUEZ, KAREN FORMENTERA
307 VEA, JOSE ALDRIN BULUSAN
308 VEGA, SALALAH MARIE CORPUZ
309 VERGARA, BYRON TOLENTINO
310 VICENTE, SETH MARIE VICERAL
311 VICTORIA, TRICIA ISABELLE FAJARDO
312 VIDAL, GAELIAN HARYETH BADILLO
313 VIERNES, MARIA REGINA SEMILLANO
314 VILLANUEVA, ABEGAIL MARIE PALMERO
315 VISARIO, VIDA ERECE
316 WU, JOCELEEN MICHELLE ONG LIM
317 YBAROLA, MESHA LYNN TACALAN
318 YBAÑEZ, KIM TAG-AT
319 YU, HANS MAVERICK ONGFORMOSO
320 ZULUETA, AIRA PATRICIA VEGA
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PRC said that none of the schools was qualified for the top performing rank.
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On May 30, 2016, registration for the issuance of Professional Identification Card (ID) and Certificate of Registration will be done on-line. Please go to www.prc.gov.ph and follow instructions for initial registration. Those who will register are required to bring the following: duly accomplished Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal, 2 pieces passport size picture (colored with white background and complete name tag) and 2 sets of documentary stamps. Successful examinees should personally register and sign in the Roster of Registered Professionals.

The date and venue for the oathtaking ceremony of the new successful examinees in the said examination WILL BE ANNOUNCED LATER, PRC said.

The three-day exam covered the following subjects: physical and chemical principles (Day 1); chemical engineering principles (Day 2) and general engineering, ethics and contracts (Day 3).

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According to PRC, the target release date of Chemical Engineeering (ChemEng) board exam results is today, May 24, 2016 or in 2 working days after the exam.

In May 2015 exams, results were also released in 1 working day. PRC named a total of 239 out of 405 new chemical engineers.

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