Thursday, May 12, 2016

Know more about "Boy Kanin"


Craving for your mom's home cooked adobo or caldereta? Are you so hungry that only a bowl of kare-kare or a plate of bistek can satisfy your growling stomach? Look no further than Boy Kanin.A food stall that serves paella rice meals but with your favorite Filipino ulam. From the tangy taste of Caldereta, the classic savory sauces adobo, to the filling bits of dinuguan, you can order a "bowl" of these favorite meals and have them on the go. 

"Boy Kanin” serves your favorite Filipino fare at affordable prices and delivers such with the quality of a midrange restaurant. Unlike other regular food stalls, each bowl of rice is stir fried and then infused with a cooked sauce of your choice. An order from "Boy Kanin" doesn’t just curb hunger—it also leaves you comforted by the familiarity of home.


The challenge in today's shifting markets and unstable world market has not changed in the Philippines. With the unemployment rate rising to 7.1% from 6.8% in 2012, it is important not only for the government but also for the private sector to do it's duty in assisting the less fortunate. This is the priority of Ronald Callao in every business he starts. With many Filipinos sacrificing a grade school, high school, or college diploma for temporary job opportunities, it is important for private businesses and establishments to generate jobs for these individuals.

"Boy Kanin" continues this advocacy among its employees, only hiring individuals who are willing to learn the ropes. A training period is required for all employees, where they learn the required skills of their job plus any additional knowledge that will help them run operations more smoothly.

I met Ronald Callao and his lovely wife Fe Callao in my visit in their commissary area in Quezon City. I enjoy exchanging stories with both of them as if we are just "barkadas". Their humility from were they started to where the company is going right now is truly a remarkable,

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Brother PH employees join cancer patients, support groups in overnight vigil

Employees and partners led by Brother Philippines President Glenn Hocson (third from left)

MANILA – Probably the biggest and most enthusiastic group at the Philippine Cancer Society (PCS)’s Relay for Life event recently held at the Quezon City Memorial Circle, the 250 plus-strong contingent from Brother International Philippines, Corp. (Brother PH), along with their partners, family and friends, took turns going around the oval track in this year’s cancer awareness overnight vigil.

This is the fifth consecutive year that Brother PH joined PCS’s Relay for Life, which annually raises funds for cancer awareness and patients’ services.

Brother Philippines President Glenn P. Hocson said that their continued support for the event allows the company to contribute funds for cancer patients and support groups, give moral support to all patients battling the disease, and cheer on the cancer survivors who already won the fight against the Big C.

Hocson said that it is also the company’s way of providing its employees, as well as the company’s partners, opportunities to give back to those in need of compassion and support and to make them aware of the health risks that may lead to cancer.

The company’s support for the program is in line with the Brother Group’s “Golden Ring Project”, where different offices of Brother worldwide participate in Relay for Life events in their respective countries. A symbolic sash embroidered with the flag of each of the participating countries is being routed yearly so that they can add their latest year of participation in the embroidery work.

“We echo Relay for Life’s battle cry:  celebrate life, remember those who died of cancer, fight back and—If I may add—prevent cancer by living a healthy lifestyle,” said Hocson.

In line with Brother’s Golden Ring Project, the global Brother group initiated a symbolic sash which is being routed yearly so that each participating country can add their latest year of contribution in the embroidery work.

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