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Mother’s Day Treats at Lima Park Hotel

Celebrate motherhood this May at Malvar, Batangas’ best kept secret: Lima Park Hotel, a luxuriousyet budget-friendly hotel at the foothills of Mt. Malarayat. An hour’s drive away from Manila via the Southern Tagalog Access Road (STAR) Tollway, Lima Park Hotel features great food, outstanding accommodations and picturesque views that will surely delight the whole family. The hotel’s Asian Flavours Restaurant offers an extensive menu that blends southeast Asian flavors with classic Filipino favorites. Headed by award-winning chef Paul Poblador, Asian Flavours Restaurant uses organic produce grown in Batangas. Current favorites at the restaurant include the Ensalada SGB, Mixed greens topped with salted duck egg shavings and adobo flakes; Calamansi Lime Pie and Coffee Jelly made from Batangas’ famous Barako coffee. The Veranda at the Asian Flavours Restaurant will also be offering Mongolian Grill lunches and dinners every Friday at 275++ pesos per person. With its unique fusion menu and pocket-friendly prices, the Asian Flavours Restaurant can definitely make this year’s mother’s day a delectable event! At Lima Park Hotel, moms can get a weekend of relaxation at stress free prices. Enjoy an overnight stay for two in the hotel’s Superior Rooms, a scrumptious breakfast and a whole body massage for only 4,800 pesos with the Lima Park Hotel Pampering Experience! Perfect for couples’ bonding or taking a fellow mom on a well-deserved break! The Weekend Family Bonding Deal promises moms a hassle-free weekend with their loved ones. Get overnight accommodations inclusive of breakfast for four persons at 3600 pesos. Both packages are available on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from May to August 2011 and include use of the fitness center, Horizon Pool as well as a 10 percent discount at the Asian Flavours Restaurant, Patio Bar and Veranda. To get more information and make reservations, please log on to or call (043) 981-1555 and0917 504-2385.###

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Lima Park Hotel Mongolian “Eat all You Can”

Lima Park Hotel’s Asian Flavours Restaurant invites everyone to its Mongolian Grill “Eat all you can” for Lunch and Dinner for only P275++ every Friday from March to May 2011.

Asian Flavours offers a variety of dishes inspired by the Asia’s most popular delicacies. It is headed by Chef Paul Poblador, formerly of Kusina Salud in San Pablo.

For reservations and inquiries at the Asian Flavours, please contact (043) 981-1555.

Bon Appétit!

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San Beda-Alabang to host 13th NCAA South

FIRST Asia Institute of Technology and Humanities (FAITH) capped its successful hosting of the 12th season of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) South last Wednesday by formally handing over the NCAA South colors to San Beda College-Alabang, which will host the 13th edition of the sportsfest.

“We are proud of what FAITH has done in the last 10 years and are honored that we were able to host the 13th NCAA South. Thanks for all your support,” said FAITH president Saturnino Belen of the hosting that coincided with the school’s 10th anniversary.

“It is my privilege – and relief – to hand over the NCAA flag to San Beda-Alabang,” said Belen, drawing chuckles from the audience, while giving the NCAA South banner to San Beda Alabang rector-president, Dom Clement Ma. Roque.

“I promise that San Beda College-Alabang will continue the tradition of excellence in hosting  the 13th edition of the NCAA South,” said Dom Roque during the simple turnover rites held at the FAITH audtitorium in Tanauan, Batangas.

Also present during the affair were representatives of  member schools Colegio de San Juan De Letran-Calamba, De La Salle Lipa, Lyceum-Batangas, Philippine Christian University- Dasmariñas, San Pablo Colleges, University of Perpetual Help System-Laguna, and Don Bosco Technical College-Mandaluyong.

“The hosting of the NCAA South has been a learning experience and emphasizes the importance of sports in an academic environment,” said Belen, “and as a means of uplifting the country as what football and (Manny) Pacquiao have done.”

On the other hand, Dom Roque said: “Like what FAITH did, we will try to our best  to come up with a good program for the development of sports south of Manila.”

He added that 13th NCAA South hostilities would fire off sometime in August.

University of the Perpetual Help-Laguna captured the overall championship in the seniors division, Dela Salle-Lipa was second, Lyceum-Batangas third and FAITH fourth.

In the juniors division, Dela Salle-Lipa took the overall crown with UPHR, University of Batangas and San Beda-Alabang plaching second, third and fourth, respectively.

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12th NC-South Formally Ends

(from left) Overall Chair of the NCAA-South Organizing Committee Atty. Francisco, Fr. Paul de Vera of San Beda College Alabang, San Beda Alabang Rector Resident Dom Clement Ma. Roque, FAITH President and Policy Board Chair Saturnino G. Belen, Mancom Chair Lito Arim and Policy Board Member Angie dela Cruz.


NCAA South Season 12 formally ended in a simple ceremony held at First Asia Institute of Technology and Humanities, Tanauan City, Batangas.

FAITH President and Policy Board Chair Saturnino G. Belen thanked the Policy Board members, Management Committee for being one with the host school for the entire season.

Atty. Gay Marie Francisco, Overall Chair of the NCAA-South Organizing Committee gave a recap of the season through an audiovisual presentation and announced the overall champion for the season. Garnering the awards was De La Salle Lipa for the Juniors Division and University of Perpetual Help System Laguna in the Seniors Division.

Following the announcement of Overall Champions was the awarding of Plaques and Certificate of Appreciation to the Member Schools, Sponsors and Organizing Committee.

FAITH also formally turned over the hosting job to San Beda Alabang through the symbolic passing of the League Colors. Representing FAITH is Mr. Belen and Mr. Lito Arim, Mancom Chair while standing up for San Beda was Dom Clement Ma. Roque, Rector Resident and Ms. Angie Dela Cruz, Policy Board Member.

The event ended after playing the Season 12 theme song “We Fly High” for the last time.

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First Asian Bags 7th Place in Nursing Board Exams

Hanako Sasaki-Aranilla of First Asia Institute of Technology and Humanities (FAITH) emerged as the seventh placer among the 29,711 passers in the recently concluded December 2010 Nursing Licensure Examination. Last year, Sarah Beth Z. Bendoy, another FAITH alumni also landed in the top 4 of the November 2009 Nursing Licensure Examination. FAITH, established 10 years ago, is the youngest school in Batangas to have a Board topnotcher.

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FAITH, JobsDB conduct Career Quest 2011

First Asia Institute Alumni Organization (FAIAO), together with First Asia Institute’s (FAI) Office of Career and Placement Services (OCPS) hosted the First Asia Career Quest 2011 on February 11, 2011. The event was organized in partnership with JobsDB, a leading provider of online recruitment services in the Asia Pacific. The Career Quest was part of the celebration of College Week.
As part of the event, JobsDB conducted the career enhancement seminar for the graduating college students. Ms. Rhia Figarowa, Assistant Marketing Manager, from JobsDB delivered her talk.
Among the companies that participated in the event were Bangko Kabayan ‘A Rural Bank’ Inc., Batangas-Laguna Autocenter, Inc., Bayworld Distributions, Inc., Club Balai Isabel Inc., Comworks Inc., Corporate Executive Search, Inc., De Lasalle-Lipa, DIWA Learning System Inc., Jollibee Worldwide Services Inc., LIMA Park Hotel, Littelfuse Phils.. Inc., NOZOMI Fortune Services Inc., Procter and Gamble Asia, Progressive Rural Bank, Inc., S.P. Deloraya Job Contracting & Consultancy Services, Inc., San Miguel Brewery Inc., SPI Global, Toshiba Information Equipment Philippines Inc., Teletech- Lipa and First Asia Institute of Technology and Humanities. Some companies gave initial interviews and on-site examinations for the graduating students and other applicants during the event. DIWA Learning Systems Inc. sponsored the event.
JobsDB also distributed “career cards” to all the registered participants. The career card serves as storage for the resume in an electronic database and enables users to apply in JobsDB organized job fairs without having to bring multiple copies of resume. In addition, a card allows applicants to have faster job application and avail discounts and freebies at the same time from JobsDB partner establishments. FAITH is now part of Campus Network (CampNet) where partner educational institutions and JobsDB work hand in hand to provide fresh graduates and alumni jobs assistance.

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First Asia Institute of Technology and Humanities (FAITH) recently held a Business Dialogue with Batangas Governor Vilma Santos-Recto at the Lima Park Hotel in Malvar, Batangas. The event was attended by company presidents, general managers, and officers of multinational and local companies that are doing business in Batangas. In photo is Gov. Recto with FAITH President Saturnino G. Belen and Director for the School of Management Dr. Lalaine Manalo.

Contact: Gay Francisco (043) 405 2326/ (0917) 8112076

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