TASCO, Inc. recognized the winners of the 1st TASCO Tire Art Contest last September 30, 2017 in Eastwood City, Quezon City.
“Commitment to a Greener World” was the theme of the Art contest. TASCO, Inc. aims to raise awareness in protecting the environment by promoting the upcycling of scrap tires and transforming them into useful works of art.
Mr. John Erick Dancel received the Grand Prize of Php100,000 for his Philippine Eagle design titled “Magnificence and Rebirth.” Ms. Krizzia Rey Evangelista and Mr. Patrick Alvin Cham both received Php50,000 as Runners-up for their respective artworks, the “Octopus” and the “Reviving Gaea”.
Consolation prizes of Php5,000 each were also given to (20) chosen entries. The judges of the contest were Mr. Roy Espinosa, a renowned artist and Publisher of Filipino Artists Magazine, Architect Kevin J. Nieves, Co-Founder and Partner & Design Director of Headroom Concept, Design Visualization Co., and Ms. Anna Liziel Villavicencio Cosgayon, Executive Director of Quality Life Discoveries.
TASCO, Inc. continues to show corporate social responsibility by providing financial grant to support therapy services of children with special needs thru Therapinoy Program as well as protecting the environment by giving away free garbage bins to families living near the esteros.
Let us support TASCO, Inc. and its advocacy of conserving the environment. Let us promote upcycling of used tires.
I love how modernity and tradition in this vibrant city of Hong Kong intertwine. Exploring this fast-paced urban jungle, I was able to see a modern city rich of ancient culture.
Here are some places we visited during the trip:
Mongkok: This place is known for Ladies’ Market where you do bargain shopping of bags and clothes, Temple Street Night Market for street food and just about anything (toys, clothes,souvenirs), and Sneaker Street where shoes and sports stores are located.
Tip: Bargain! Bargain! Bargain!
Central: It is the business district of Hong Kong. Skyscrapers, luxury malls with high-end brands, fancy restaurants, and night clubs surround this financial hub. You can also find here the oldest Temple in Hong Kong, the Man Mo Temple.
Tip: Go to the rooftop garden of IFC mall and enjoy the view. It’s open to the public. 🙂
Tsim Sha Tsui: It is a shopping and nightlife district in Kowloon. You can watch Hong Kong’s Symphony of Lights in TST Promenade and appreciate Hong Kong’s skyline. It’s interesting to watch street performers and try out one of Hong Kong’s favorite snacks… egg tart.
I’ve only seen a part of Hong Kong and I know there’s more to explore, more places to see, more food to try, and more people to meet. I will definitely visit this dazzling city again.
Spectators gathered at the Quirino Grandstand yesterday afternoon to watch amateur and pro drifters rev up their engines in the first leg of the Lateral Drift Championship Series this 2012.
They had all the cars lined up and had each of the drivers introduce themselves.
The sun is up and the cars are ready to drift! Tandem battle runs started, it’s elimination time! The burning tires and the roaring engines pumped up the crowd. It was so cool watching the chase driver try to get close to the lead driver, like waiting for some car wreck to happen. 😡
These drivers showed masterful execution of their skills as no major car crash happened even during the rain at the latter part of the event.
Congratulations to the winners!
Winners for the Amateur Division: (1st row) 1st – Jet Mathay 2nd – Jesus Romero Salas 3rd – Rad Albano of team Autocraft Drift
Winners for the Pro Division: (2nd row)
1st – Sison Audel of Autocraft Drift
2nd – Alex N Perez of team Yellow Cab
3rd – David Murphy Feliciano of DMF Drift