Doing Big Things
You could see how Joshua’s eyes lit up when he said, “Wow! Gusto ko pa naman maging Chef!” (Wow! It has been a dream of mine to be a Chef someday!) He uttered those words with excitement as they were about to enter a fast-food restaurant where they will be taught how to make burgers.
Joshua Desierto was very attentive when the crews were telling them what to do. He was one of the 47 children from Southville 7 in Calauan, Laguna who had fun and educational role-play experience at KidZania Manila, done through one of its program dubbed as KidZania para sa Bantay Bata during its Paskong Kai Saya celebration.
Joshua looks at their trainer as they were being taught how to make burgers, together with his two friends.
KidZania Manila sold star-shapped capiz ornament for 350.00php in which proceeds of the ornaments were equivalent to the entrance of the children
Kidzania's Rights Keepers with Via Mare President Chef Glenda Barreto, ABS-CBN Chairman Gabby Lopez, and Kidzania Manila State Governor Maricel Pangilinan-Arenas, gracing the Paskong Kai Saya celebration. (Kai is how the people of Kidzania say Hello.)
The star-shaped capiz ornaments.
Its State Governor, Maricel Pangilinan-Arenas said, “Ibang-iba ang pakiradamam ‘pag nakikita mo ang mga bata na natutuwa, namamangha at talagang masaya, masaya sila dito. Kaya we are very privilege and we are very humble that we can serve the Filipino child and Filipino family in this way.” (It’s a unique feeling to see the children happy and amazed. That is why we are very privilege and we are very humble that we can serve the Filipino child and Filipino family in this way.)