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Filipino-Chinese traders told to invest in manufacturing

The Anvil Business Club, an organization of young Filipino-Chinese entrepreneurs, held its 4th Anvil Exchange Forum at the Makati Diamond Hotel. More than 120 Anvil members and guests attended the event, with investment banker Stephen CuUnjieng as the guest speaker. CuUnjieng underscored the pressing need for the Philippines to prioritize industrialization as a key driver of economic growth. He pointed to successful nations that have leveraged manufacturing and industrialization to fuel their...

CFBCI meets with Villar to discuss legislative bills

Officers of the Chinese Filipino Business Club Inc. (CFBCI) led by Samuel...

CKS College business expo nurtures innovation, entrepreneurship

Chiang Kai Shek College held its Business Expo 2024 on May 3...

Rotary Club of Chinatown donates hearing treatment machine

The Rotary Club of Chinatown Manila held the inauguration and handover ceremony...

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Summer Camp to boost PH-China cultural exchange

The Chen Yankui Foundation, in collaboration with the Philippine Chinese Education Center announced the arrangements for the “2024 Summer Filipino Students Xiamen/Quanzhou Chinese Summer...

Essay contest promotes Chinese virtues

The Federation of Filipino-Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry Inc. (FFCCCII), the Filipino-Chinese Grand Family Association (FCGFA) and the Association of Chinese-Filipino Schools in...

Filipino-Chinese culture enlivens Zamboanga

I’ve been in the Philippines for 28 years, and recently, I visited Zamboanga City for business. Exploring its history, I discovered it was established by...

CFBCI, Qingpu District delegates discuss business opportunities

The Chinese Filipino Business Club Inc. (CFBCI) led by president Samuel Lee Uy welcomed a delegation from Qingpu District, Shanghai, China on May 10 at...

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