Paris, France 16 September 2014 Mr. Isip is a Filipino chef who studied at the Cordon Bleu (culinary arts school) in Paris in 2004. Since then he has worked at various French restaurants he is now the head chef of Dix-huit, a newly opened restaurant at the 17th district.
Paris, France 15 September 2014 Willy Leyba encountered and overcame great difficulties in his early life in Paris. He now runs his own beauty shop in the 16th district of Paris.
Paris, France 15 September 2014 Dassault Systemes, a subsidiary of the Dassault Group created in 1981 by Avions Marcel Dassault, is a French company that works for class product development software applications, delivered on the 3DEXPERIENCE platform, enabling 3D Design, Engineering, 3D CAD, Modeling, Simulation, Data Management and Process Management.
Paris, France 15 September 2014 The love locks, inscribed with the names of sweethearts and couples,are seen in most bridges in Paris. The padlock symbolizes their unbreakable love as its key were thrown away in the river. It started to appear in various locations in Europe in the early 2000s but the practice has spread continue reading : Love Locks
Paris, France 15 September 2014 Kat Borlongan is the co-founder of Five by Five, an advisor to the French Government’s open data task force and a founding member of Open Knowledge Foundation France. Prior to this, she worked as the Country Director of Reporters sans frontières’ Canadian bureau and as a public information consultant to continue reading : Interview with Kat Borlongan
Paris, France 14 September 2014 The Panthéon is a mausoleum, originally built as a church dedicated to St. Genevieve, is located in the 5th arrondissement on the Montagne Sainte-Geneviève in Paris. Its impressive facade modeled on Rome’s Pantheon is an early example of neoclassicism architecture made by Jacques-Germain Soufflot. It has a crypt containing the continue reading : The Panthéon
Paris, France 14 September 2014 The Trocadero Gardens (Jardins du Trocadéro) located in the 16th arrondissement of Paris has the Palais de Chaillot and the Eiffel Tower on the background (opposite bank of the Seine). It was created for the Exposition Internationale des Arts et Techniques dans la Vie Moderne (1937). Designed by Parisian architect continue reading : Trocadero Gardens
Paris, France 14 September 2014 Msgr. Pavilando of Chapelle Sainte-Bernadette d’Auteuil leads and supports in the preparations of President Aquino’s meeting with members of the Filipino Community in France during his three-day official visit. * * *
Paris, France 14 September 2014 Mr. Carlito Huerto is the president of the Samahan ng mga Pilipinong Manggagawa sa Pransya (SAMAPIL) while Mr. Ralph Cabaron is a former leader of the Filipino Community in Paris. He now serves the Social Action Ministry of Philippine Catholic Mission. * * *
Paris, France 14 September 2014 The Luxor Obelisk in Place de la Concorde, the largest public square in Paris, is one the famous sites in the city. The 23-meter (75 ft) high Egyptian obelisk made from yellow granite arrived in Paris on December 21, 1833 and was later placed in the center of the square continue reading : Obelisk of Luxor