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LasallianAdman shifts gears to create the Philippines’ largest abstract painting

For a few weeks now, motorists crossing the EDSA-Ortigas flyover near La Salle Greenhills have been turning their attention to a billboard by the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) Building at the EDSA-Ortigas extension. No, it is not a new advertisement for the latest cellphone or skin whitener. It is in fact the Philippines’ largest abstract painting.

The Green Spirit of the La Sallistas in the Red Showroom

Ducati builds emotions. The world’s most attractive motorcycles are the result of a deep commitment to racing competitions; they are the purest expression of refined skill, unmistakable design, and above all, a great passion for bikes.

Oktoberfest by Go Joe’s Grubs and Jade’s Temple PH

From being teammates in LSGH Mini Paya climbing up the ranks to their Prada & MMBL days, Jeremiah Vizmonte & Justin Filamor have been teammates inside and outside the court as their newly founded businesses, Go Joe’s Grub and Jade’s Temple PH, collaborate for OKTOBERFEST.

Rowena Romulo conquers London the Romulo Café Way

Last 2019, multi-awarded Ms. Rowena P. Romulo received another feather on her cap, this time from her alma mater De La Salle University. For her excellence in the foodservice industry and for honoring the country by her success in London, the Federation of La Salle Alumni Association in the Philippines (FLSAAP) together with the De La Salle Alumni Association (DLSAA) bestowed upon Ms. Rowena Romulo the Lasallian Achievement Award during the 6th One La Salle Night of Excellence.

Fukujin Izakaya – A fresh take on Japanese Cuisine

Fukujin Izakaya delivers an unparalleled and modern take on Japanese cuisine. The dining experience is a thing of beauty as every dish elevates all the senses, from the way it was presented to the smoky smell of the mango wood. It felt like we were in a poem and it was unfolding itself in front of our eyes.

Champs at Last ! DLSZ Juniors Archers 2005

The wait is finally over. It took 50 years for La Salle to win a juniors basketball championship in either the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) or the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP). And that long drought ended when De La Salle – Zobel demolished the University of the Philippines (UPIS), 86-62, to sweep the best-of-three finals for this year’s UAAP crown at the Araneta Coliseum.