UPAAS in it’s annual tradition of bringing the spirit of Christmas to a target group of kids will proceed with “Pamaskong Pambata 2016″ in partnership with the Philippine General Hospital – Children’s Ward, happening on Dec. 27 2-4pm
We invite everyone to participate/contribute in any of the following ways:
1) pledge of any amount/items to be given to the kids (we’re targeting to provide food and distribute gifts to them)
2) if you happen to be in Manila, join us as volunteers in conducting a short programme and distribution. We’ll also need some hand in the preparations.
Thank you! Please send us a message if you need more info.
Isama ang pamilya sa UPAAS Barrio Fiesta Potluck!
BBQ at picnic, Palarong Pinoy, at pagtitipon ng pamilyang UPAAS!
Magdala ng paborito ninyong pagkaing Pinoy na pagsasaluhan natin. Makipaglaro ng patintero at habulan. Makipag-kuwentuhan sa kapwa UP alumni!
Sa Setyembre 10, mula alas tres ng hapon hanggang alas siyete ng gabi, sa East Coast Park, Section C, BBQ Pits 10 and 11.
Mag RSVP sa https://goo.gl/d8LFYq.
Our Because Words Matter Newsletter is now available! Please click the following link: https://goo.gl/HbuZm2
UP Alumni Association Singapore is inviting all University of the Philippines Alumni who are here in Singapore to come and join us in our annual Alumnite event on the 7th of July, from 7:00pm to 10:30pm.
This year’s theme, Alumnite 2016: Himig at Musika, aims to bring the UP community together in a night of music, singing, and socializing. Set in Singapore’s Jazzistic Society, get the chance to be entertained by fellow UP performers, chorale groups, and band members who will be sharing their music with us on that night.
And for the more daring ones, the mic and stage will also be open to anyone who wanted to sing and dance along !
Admission is Free.
FB Event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/579644605540620/
You are all invited to UPAAS’ “Because Words Matter” happening on Saturday, 21 May 2016.
SMU-X Active Learning Classroom 3-1,
Level 3, SMU Labs, 71-77 Stamford Rd,
Admission is Free, however, a donation of $10 to our UPAAS Scholarship Fund is very much appreciated. Register at http://goo.gl/forms/rbcShd5gwS. Your $10 donation will entitle you to win a PAL SG-MNL roundtrip ticket. Refreshments will be served.
Watch our speaker Dr Danica Salazar, consultant editor for the Oxford English Dictionary, as she talks about how Asian words made it to the Oxford English dictionary in this BBC News interview: https://youtu.be/2B4QJoHsgGI
The University of the Philippines Alumni Association (UPAA) has released the names of this year’s UPAA Distinguished Alumni Awardees, and we are pleased to inform you that the University of the Philippines Alumni Association Singapore (UPAAS) was selected as the recipient of the 2016 UPAA Distinguished Service Award for an Alumni Chapter!
This is a recognition of all UPAAS achievements and endeavours, past and present. We would like to thank you for your support all these years.
The awarding ceremony will be held at the UP General Alumni Homecoming on June 25, 2016, at Ang Bahay ng Alumni, UP Diliman, Quezon City.
Inviting all UP alumni based in Singapore to attend and be a part of the association.
University of the Philippines Alumni Association (Singapore)
13th Annual General Meeting
Date: 5 March 2016, Saturday
Time: 1:00pm to 4:00pm
Venue: SMU Lee Kong Chain School of Business (Classroom 3.2)
1. Consideration and Adoption of the Minutes of AGM 2015
2. President’s Report
3. Financial Report
4. Committee Reports
b. PR and Media
e. Professional and Personal Development
f. Externals and Outreach
5. Other matters: Election of Officers to Mancom
See you there!
The UPAAS Professional Development talk, “5 Keys To Balance Success, Wealth and Family for OFWs”, was held on 19 Feb 2016. The speaker was Mr. Raymond Lim. The event was sponsored by RLBC Capital. The event was attended by 7 UPAAS members.
Raymond Lim is the CEO of RLBC Capital Pte Ltd. He is also a high impact trainer and business consultant from Singapore specializing in sales and marketing and real estate investments. RLBC Capital is a property investment firm centred on helping investors penetrate overseas markets that exhibit great profit potential with a unique investment model called “Reverse Crowdfunding”. Reverse crowdfunding is a unique investment model for investors to invest in a project where the profits of the project have already been secured as the sales of the property has been completed. RLBC Capital’s key initiatives are reverse crowdfunding, refer-to-own program, and property & assets management.
Raymond discussed the 5 keys to success: be sensitive, be present, commit every day, leverage strategically, and acknowledge. Being sensitive is about awareness of your “inside world” (ex. emotions) and “outside world” (ex. business climate). Being present is about focusing on the now, instead of being distracted by the past or the future. Committing every day is about the path to success via consistent daily effort rather than a big one-time gamble or miracle. Leveraging successfully is about multiplying the effect of your efforts. Acknowledgement is about the importance of building lasting relationships. A good summary of the talk is the quote by Confucius: “To know and not to do is not yet to know”.
The program officially ended after the awarding of the certificate of appreciation to the speaker. A short networking session over some refreshments followed thereafter.
Please register at: http://ofwsuccess.eventbrite.sg
He started off by selling magazines and palm reading software. Combining hardwork & perseverance since young, he soon became a top sales person pursued by head-hunters for multi-national companies. Success came in easy so he decided to take the next step and put up multiple businesses.
When the Asian financial crisis came, like many other entrepreneurs, he became broke and had great difficulties in paying the daily household bill.
Raymond Lim is now the owner of RGB Global Holdings Pte Ltd, a property investment company making waves in Singapore and Philippines. He is also a founder and CEO of TLC Training and Consultancy. He is a high impact trainer and highly sought after by any property agencies. To date, he has trained over 5,000 people in Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan, Indonesia, United States and the Philippines. He is also a business consultant and coach for Chein Chi Tow, Huttons, Great Eastern, Savills, Orange Tee and help made one of the biggest child care center, Carpe Diem what it is now.
By special invitation, Raymond Lim will share with you why success is a function of methodology.
If you are a person who wants to be inspired to become successful, this talk is for you.