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Native Duyan, et al from Naga CamSur Philippines

Rest is something we all wanted, isn’t it?  Then these are for you.

Feels like home.

Duyan native rattan

The owner of this blog does not claim ownership to the above photo. (excerpted from Google images)


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My Latest Feasibility Study request


My latest Feasibility Study request from an Expat. Previously, I was asked to study the viability of a Water Refilling Station business (location: Nueva Ecija Philippines. I accept freelance Feasibility Study writing, Business Plan, Market Analysis, Product Sourcing, B2B, Floor Plan Design, Graphic Design, Print Advertising Design, Etc.

Other request for Feasibility Study, Market/Product Analysis, other research work is available upon request through my email:

Other studies and analysis work done in the past is agriculture in nature or related processing or export potential.  This is one of the few I received technical in nature.


Shown photos are excerpt from Google images.

The owner of this blog has no relationship with the manufacturer nor its Advertising Agency or its PR firm.  This blog is only to document researches and technical support achievement without any compensation from the concerned manufacturing firm or any firm or person related to it, except from one of its dealer’s potential client wanting to buy its offered Tri-Wheeler.  Every info we provided are all based on facts and actual interviews (nothing more, nothing less).  We did not encourage nor discourage.  We just provide the needed facts.

FREE 2019 VBS Materials Coming Soon

You support your own kids and community welfare when you support VBS materials’ maker and VBS event organizers. Vacation Bible School for kids literally change communities where they are held.  Below is my free offer:

  1. In “Tagalog” (or Filipino language)
  2. In English

2019 Pinoy VBS Cover (Tagalog)

2019 Pinoy VBS Cover (English)

  1. Teacher’s Manual (fold-able pamphlet)
  2. Student/Attendee Activity (fold-able pamphlet)
  3. Organizer Manual (fold-able pamphlet)
  4. VBS Graduation printable reference (fold-able pamphlet)

Note:  I did not put everything in the manuals so that the organizers and teachers can incorporate their own ideas and creativity.

The main goal of this materials is to reach-out to as many churches as possible, especially those that has the heart for kids ministries and VBS but has only little funds.  I am leveling the playing field for them.  I am doing this since 2011 and at the moment the requesting Churches already reached 130+ and still counting (it increase every year).  I started on this endeavor when my wife  was first diagnosed with breast cancer.  I am used to supporting my support ministry from my own earning.  But recently , the burden is getting heavier and as times passed by, I am already need assistance especially now that we already have a daughter and my personal tool is already dilapidated (my printer broke because I also print and donate materials for our Church Sunday School, and simultaneously used it for work purposes, laptop is showing signs of dilapidation, I pay bills related to electric and internet consumption, etc.).  Hope someone out there will donate ample amount to improve my facility as I am doing this as non-profit.

I am giving it for free via email (downloadable). I am aiming to come-up with apps base so those who could not afford to print the manuals, can still use it to organize, to train teachers/volunteers and to forward the lessons to volunteers with access to smart phones (paper less curriculum).

Most requests are from Christian Churches with less or no funds at all.  A number are from missionaries in remote areas and some were even from other countries.

Reasons Your Church Should Host a Vacation Bible School

  1. There is an obvious positive impact on kids
  2. Positive effect on Volunteers and Organizers
  3. Impact in the local church
  4. Impact on the community beneficial to nation building

You can email me directly at for your requests or donation

My Art Fusion

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Freelance Architectural Design

Around January of 2018 when a former co-employee approached me.  To cut the long story short, I was offered a freelance architectural design design job… I accepted.  It took me some time to finish because the requesting party change his mind on some details in many instances.  perspective drawing

Now it is halfway finish and I saw how my drawing slowly but surely turned into reality.  I did not just satisfy my client, I also satisfy the building permit approving city officer.  I guess my background in advertising design and corporate engineering became very useful because my design was obviously more clear and detailed compare to what other licensed architects are doing,  And having a teachable attitude somehow help me improve my woI rk.

title block

I did all the Title Block inclusive of structural, electrical, plumbing and sanitary plan.  And it did not end there.  It pass through evaluation, approval and fees to be paid.  Below photos shows that the drawing became a reality.  Believe it or not, I was even ask to report daily for months for the construction and supplies supervision.



Incidentally, I got the attention of the Engineer owner.  He gave me two more projects that I am both finishing at the moment.  It is supposedly finish already but the owner has change his directions on the plan so revisions are done once in a while.

I am willing to accept freelance drafting work if there is an opportunity.  I just need the basic instruction and needed data.  Rest assured it will be less costly.  I can be reached through my email:


Philippine Coconuts for Global Village

CoconutsPhilippines is among the top coconut exporters in the world.  Around 70% Philippine coconut went to export and is also considered significant crop for local demands.  Philippines produces an average of 4,000 coconuts per hectare annually. 75% of world supply of raw coconuts comes from Philippines, Indonesia and India. Global demand for coconut products is increasing at 10% per annum.  95% of coconuts come from Coconut Treesmallholder farmers.

The coconut tree (Cocos nucifera) is a member of the palm tree family (Arecaceae) and the only living species of the genus Cocos. The seed or the fruit is a drupe, not a nut. Coconuts is dubbed as the tree of life due to its versatility and the variety of products and livelihood that can be made from it. Not to mention the healing and health benefits it can provide.  Its uses are for food, cosmetics, industrial raw materials, medicine, and so forth and so on. Coconuts a large quantity of clear liquid called “coconut milk.” When immature, may be harvested for their potable “coconut water”, also called “coconut juice”.  Mature coconuts can be used as edible seeds, Coconut Milkor processed for oil and plant milk from the flesh, charcoal from the hard shell, and coir from the fibrous husk. Dried coconut flesh is called copra, and the oil and milk derived from it are commonly used in cooking – frying in particular – as well as in soaps and cosmetics. The hard shells, fibrous husks and long pinnate leaves can be used as material to make a variety of products for furnishing and decorating.

Below is how we packed and export young and/or mature coconuts (depends what buyer require):

Export Packaging

Young Coconuts ASEAN Standard (parameters):Buko

  • whole, trimmed, or polished
  • free of cracks at the shell
  • fresh in appearance
  • sound; produce affected by rotting or deterioration such as to make it unfit for human consumption is excluded
  • clean, practically free of any visible foreign matter
  • practically free of pests affecting the general appearance of the produce
  • practically free of damage caused by pests
  • free of abnormal external moisture, excluding condensation following removal from cold storage
  • free of any foreign smell and/or taste
  • for the whole fruit, spikelet and peduncle should be absent and the calyx should be intact

Mature Coconuts ASEAN Standard (parameters):

Husked Coconut

  • whole
  • untrimmed (with husk) or trimmed (semi-dehusked mature coconut, dehusked mature coconut except for the perianth area, fully dehusked)
  • brown or green color depending on the characteristic of the variety
  • free of germination
  • free of cracks on the shell
  • practically free of pests and damage caused by them affecting the general appearance and the meat quality
  • sound; produce affected by rotting or deterioration such as to make it unfit for human consumption is excluded
  • clean, practically free of any visible foreign matter
  • free of abnormal external moisture, excluding condensation following removal from cold storage
  • free of any foreign odor and/or taste.

Technical:  Cooling and storage of fresh Coconuts

Room-cooling is generally used for pre-cooling mature husked nuts. Forced-air and hydro-cooling are acceptable. A rapid temperature change of 8°C can cause cracking.

Mature coconuts with husk can be kept at ambient conditions for 3 to 5 months before the liquid endosperm has evaporated, the shell has cracked because of desiccation or sprouting has occurred.

Storage at 0°C to 1,5°C and 75% to 85% RH is possible for up to 2 months for mature, de-husked coconuts and 13°C to 16°C and 80% to 85% RH for 2 weeks or less. Low RH and high temperature should be avoided.

Aside young and mature coconuts, we are also capable to export other related products:

  1. Coconut Jam
  2. Virgin Coconut Oil
  3. Coconut Sugar
  4. Coconut Water
  5. Coconut Vinegar
  6. Coconut Oil
  7. Coconut Balm
  8. Other Processed Coconut Products


If you are interested, you may inquire directly at


Pineapple To Go

Aside Cavendish Banana and Coconuts, Philippines is also a major supplier/exporter of premium quality Pineapples.    MD2 Pineapple variety is believed the highest standard for fresh pineapples due to its exceptional sweetness and consistency in size plus its less acidic content and minimal after taste.  We have it and we supply.





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Interested clients may email me directly at

Authentic Abaca Bags and Slippers

Not everyone wants machine made.  Natural and Organic are in now.  And it doesn’t have to always be expensive and branded.

Allow our collection be yours:

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Native Abaca Slippers:



Scientific nameMusa textilis
Abacá, binomial name Musa textilis, is a species of banana native to the Philippines, grown as a commercial crop in the Philippines, Ecuador, and Costa Rica. The plant, also known as Manila hemp, has great economic importance, being harvested for its fiber, also called Manila hemp, extracted from the leaf-stems. Wikipedia
Scientific nameMusa textilis
Please note that we do not claim originality nor ownership to the design.  We are somehow in cooperation with local weavers and craftsmen/women

If you are interested, we can provide pricelist and/or catalog.  You can email me directly

If in any case you have interest for Rattan Furniture (organic raw materials also), we also offer:


It just happened that an interested buyer inquired.








We are relatively new but I believe there are demands for such and we can supply if given the ample amount of investment and capitalization.

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