I was very hesitant to switch to Apple before because I heard that it’s more difficult to fix compared to other laptops and cellular phones. But, after serious considerations I finally gave in, switched to Apple and never looked back. I was fortunate that my devices lasted long without much complication, but we’ll never know, right? If it does happen, I would really rather entrust my gadgets to those who know how to fix them since Apple products are quite pricier too so they’re really not that easy to dispose in case something went wrong during the repair process. And, who knows what parts they'll change after the devices are left with them? I heard they do that a lot in car repair shops, so how certain are we that the same thing won't happen to our gadgets as well? :)
As a solution to this, Beyond The Box went beyond the box again by opening its very own SERVICE CENTER where transparency is key. :)
At the newly opened Beyond The Box Service Center in BGC, Taguig, you'll have access to a customer dashboard that tracks every aspect of the repair at hand - service details, device details, repair status, quotation, and more. You can even pay for parts online using a credit card! :) But first, you have to book an appointment at http://appointment.beyondthebox.ph :)
Beyond The Box Service Center is an Apple Authorized Service Provider, so all Apple devices and accessories get the care that they rightfully deserve, regardless of where they were originally purchased. :)
P.S. They have an UBER promo too:
If your Apple desktop needs servicing, use the promo code BTBSERVICE to get Php150 off the first two trips when you haul it on an Uber until MARCH 31 :)
Beyond The Box Service Center is located at C3 Building in BGC, Taguig. Customers can come in from 10AM to 8PM on Sundays until Thursdays, and from 10AM to 9PM on Fridays and Saturdays. For more info and details, visit www.beyondthebox.ph or LIKE them on Facebook to get updates! :)
[So, while an APPLE a day keeps the doctor away, a trip to Beyond The Box will make the APPLE okay.]
Do not take this van for granted guys. You might see it around and think it’s just an ad... NO! As a way to celebrate the arrival of Penshoppe Capital in UP Town Center, the Penshoppe Fashion Van will be coming to the campuses of Ateneo De Manila University, Miriam College and other selected colleges and universities this February! Those who spot and register with Penshoppe will have a chance to win exclusive treats from the international fashion brand! :)
The Penshoppe Team will also be on the lookout for the most stylish students, who will get a chance to win a stylish makeover from Penshoppe’s style team, and a chance to be featured on the brand’s social media through the #PenshoppePicks :)
To know more, you may visit www.penshoppe.com, @PENSHOPPE on Twitter, and @teampenshoppe on Snapchat :)
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Chinese New Year is usually celebrated with typical Chinese traditions like dragon dances, eating tikoy, displaying fruits & sweets and lighting fireworks. In additional to the usual, SM Supermalls set a new tradition of displaying Chinese artworks, paintings and painted porcelain plates inside their malls. For 22 years, the Chan Lim Family of Artists and Students have been displaying their works in different SM Malls every Chinese New Year. I believe they have been chosen for this occasion because the Chan Lim family is one of the few remaining notable Chinese brush painting artists in the country. This year, as Chan Lim celebrates its 80th birth year, they are once again displaying their beautiful artworks and paintings at SM City North Edsa.
To open the exhibit and start off the celebration of the Chinese New Year, the Chan Lim Family of Artists and Students conducted a workshop at SM City North Edsa The Block Atrium last January 15, 2017. Before teaching us how to paint, Sir Alex demonstrated a live painting for the audience to get an idea of how it’s done.
What started as something like this…
Turned into this! It’s amazing how he did it in less than 10 minutes! :)
What I noticed with Chinese brush painting is, the art really comes out from the strokes of the brushes. The direction and the angle of the brush and the strokes of the hand play a big role in this artwork. There are no outlines or pre-drawn pictures; it’s all based on what will come out from the flow of your hand.
It’s quite difficult at first, but you will be amazed at what a few strokes can turn out to be. If you’re interested to learn about Chinese brush painting, art classes are conducted in the Chan Lim family studio located in Pasig City. You guys can view their artworks at www.chanlim.com and you can contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to attend their classes. :)
Here’s my finished product. Sana hindi kayo nagexpect. Hahaha! :)
Robin Padilla, a close friend of the Chan Lim family, was also there to celebrate with them. :)
You can check the Chan Lim Family of Artists and Students’ exhibit at SM City North Edsa The Block Atrium from January 15 to February 12, 2017. More than 300 artworks done in porcelain plates, scrolls and oil paintings are displayed! If you’re planning to know you’re “luck” this year, you can also check the Chinese horoscope predictions that are displayed at SM City North Edsa The Block as well. :)
Xin Nian Kuai Le, Everyone! :)
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