School Supplies, Equipment at Edu.Shop in MIBF

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School Supplies, Equipment at Edu.Shop in MIBF


Edu.Shop, a trade fair for school materials, supplies, equipment and facilities, is slated on Sept. 16-20 at Exhibit Hall 1 of the SMX Convention Center, co-located at the 30th Manila International Book Fair (MIBF).Edu.Shop will gather suppliers of audio and video equipment; building materials; camera equipment and accessories; communications equipment; computer programs/ systems; computer hardware; copying machines; digital imaging; health card services; electrical & lighting systems; electronic copy boards; health & nutritional products; health & safety equipment; identification cards, equipment & supplies; internet providers; interior design; etc.The trade fair will also showcase medical & dental equipment & technology; mobile technology; occupational equipment and technology; printing facilities; school, stationery and office supplies; sporting goods; telecommunications facilities; video conferencing equipment; visual & training aids & equipment; and vocational and technical supplies.Edu.Shop targets school owners, administrators, procurement officers, educators, librarians and the general public who are looking for good deals on educational materials at trade fair prices.The MIBF, the paramount event of the Philippine book industry celebrates 30 years of promoting reading awareness to the public this year. It showcases the largest and most varied collection of literature, textbooks, educational supplements, general references, religious and inspirational titles, self-help books, management books, Filipiniana, coffee table books, popular novels, children’s books, art books, graphic novels, rare and hard-to-find titles, magazines, audio and e-books, multimedia, teaching supplies and services, publishers’ technology, and travel materials. Edu.Shop and MIBF are organized by Primetrade Asia, Inc. for details, call 890-0661 or 896-0682, or e-mail bookfair@primetradeasia.com.12 new UP Press titles outThehe UP Press launched 12 new titles in Paglulunsad 2009 at the Balay Kalinaw, UP Diliman.Billed as “Labindalawang Aklat ng Labindalawang Manunulat,” the event featured works such as Joel Toledo’s latest poetry collection “The Long Lost Startle,” William Pomeroy’s “Bilanggo,” and Gerard Lico’s “Arkitekturang Filipino: A History of Architecture and Urbanism in the Philippines.”The 12 new books and their authors are "Philippine Fermented Foods" by Priscilla Chinte-Sanchez, "Journey of a Retired Supreme Court Justice" by Abraham F. Sarmiento, "1908 The Way It Really Was" by Raul Rafael Ingles, "Lola Coqueta" by Isabela Banzon, "The Life and Works of Marcelo Adonay" by Elena R. Mirano, "Bilanggo" by William Pomeroy, "Globalization and Becoming-Nation: Subjectivity, Nationhood and Narrative in the Period of Global Capitalism" by Elmo Gonzaga, "Animal Breeding" by Orville Bondoc, "Pook at Paninindigan: Kritika ng Pantayong Pananaw" by Ramon Guillermo, "The Long Lost Startle" by Joel Toledo, "Simulain: Dulambayan ng Manggagawa sa Konteksto ng Militanteng Kilusang Unyonismo (1980-1994)" by Apolonio Chua, and "Arkitekturang Filipino: A History of Architecture and Urbanism in the Philippines (Centennial title)" by Gerard Lico. …

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