Dr. Darwin D. Yu Wins Search for Most Outstanding Finance Educator

Dr. Darwin D. Yu, Associate Professor, Finance & Accounting
Department, and Chair, Leadership and Strategy Department, of the John
Gokongwei School of Management, was awarded the Rafael B. Buenaventura
Most Outstanding Finance Educator last February 27, 2008 at Bangko
Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) in the nation-wide search organized jointly
by the Financial Executives Institute of the Philippines (FINEX) and
Citi. FINEX is an association of about 700 finance executives, while
Citi is the world's largest financial services company. Rafael B.
Buenaventura served as the ninth BSP Governor, and the first
Filipino chief executive officer of Citibank Philippines. The search
culminated in 5 regional winners, one each from Mindanao, Visayas, and
Luzon outside NCR, and two from NCR. From among the regional winners,
the Most Outstanding Finance Educator was chosen.

The award aims to honor the finance education profession, to recognize
the outstanding qualities and contributions of finance teachers, to
inspire teachers to achieve excellence in finance education, and to
actively promote finance education to make college graduates more
competitive in the global work force.

Our warmest congratulations to Dr. Darwin D. Yu.

Support for the Sumilao Farmers

On March 1, Saturday, 144 farmers would be arriving in Manila to
prepare for the "much-anticipated" march around Malacañang to call on
GMA to enforce its decision revoking the land conversion by isuuing a
cease and desist order on SMFI.

The march around Malacañang would be entitled MARTSA or March for
Agrarian Reform, Truth, Social Justice and Accountability. Everyday,
beginning March 3, the farmers would march from 7am until 6pm.
Afterwards, they would proceed to Caritas, which would serve as their
camp while the MARTSA is on ongoing.

In line with this, we would like to once again ask for your support
for our brothers from Sumilao, Bukidnon by donating any of the

* 144 pieces of mats or banig

* 7 gas stoves and gas

* cooking utensils (i.e. 7 na malalaking kawali, 14 na kaldero, 7
sandok and 160 plates)

U can also sponsor either their lunch or dinner. A meal will cost Php
11, 200 (P70 x 160 pax). It would also be better if you can join them
during their meals in Caritas.

Please call our local numbers 5090 or 5091 if you wish to donate.

Thank you!

Science and Engineering Week

The School of Science and Engineering invites everyone to the
activities we have lined up for SOSE week - March 3-8:

March 3:
Poster Presentations by the Semi-finalists for the SOSE Awards for
Outstanding Undergraduate and Graduate Student Research - 4:30 pm, SEC
C Foyer.

The posters will be on exhibit until March 8.

March 4:
Oral Presentations by the Finalists for the SOSE Awards for Student
Research - 4:30 pm, PCI Bank Lecture Hall

March 5:
BPI-DOST Science Awards 2008
Our Awardees:
Cesare Mikhail R. Cejas - BS/MS Chemistry
Carole M. Loable - BS/MS Chemistry
Timothy James L. Yusun - BS Mathematics
Awarding ceremonies at 3:00 pm, Escaler Hall

March 7:
SOSE Awards for Outstanding Student Research - announcement of winners
and awarding ceremonies at 4:30 pm, Escaler Hall

March 8:
Open House for Accepted Freshmen, 8 am to 5 pm.
Plenary Sessions will be held in Leong Hall Auditorium

Checks Request Processing

Date : February 26, 2008

To : University Community

From : Central Accounting Office

Subject: Checks Request Processing

For your convenience, we wish to inform you that beginning March 1, 2008, our
Accounts Payable Section will inform you when your check is ready for pick up
or release through SMS or text message. In order to do this, please indicate
the CELL PHONE NUMBER OF THE PAYEE on the space provided in the Order for a

Please be reminded that the processing time for your check requests is two [2]
working days from the time the CAO receives your check requests, provided that
the necessary documents and information are provided. Once your check is
prepared, please allow for one more working day for your check to be approved
and signed by authorized check signatories.

Please be reminded also of the 12:00 NOON-cut-off-time for receiving your
check request. All check requests received after the cut-off are considered
received on the following day. Similarly, all check requests received on
Saturdays are considered received on the following Monday.

Please be guided accordingly. Thank you very much.

Maritess A. Borromeo
Supervisor, Accounts Payable

Noted by:

Mrs. Leonora P. Wijangco
Director, Central Accounting Office

Web news update (27 February)

Web news update (27 February)

For the latest bulletins, news and features on the Ateneo, visit the official university Web site: http://www.ateneo.edu. This week's home page stories:

President’s Corner

* GC35 Update: Pope tells Jesuits 'The Church needs you'


* Ateneo-Japan Radio Ltd. collaboration: Goodbye WIPAS, welcome WiMAX
* Ateneo reaps accolades at Jessup national round
* AGS-DISCS software modules help make AP and Filipino more interesting


* Wish fulfillment in Impy Pilapil’s interactive installation “12 Human Senses”
* Busina (A primer)
* A statement from economists of the Ateneo de Manila University


* Sign up for the Summer 2008 sports modules - ACC, AJBA, AFC, ABS
* Blue Booters Bulletin #12: Life, death, and Ateneo football
* Blue Booters Bulletin #11: Awakenings, A Gambit, and Grand Theft (UAAP Updates)
* 10th Inter-MBA Challenge kicks off


* BlueRep presents "Bat Boy The Musical", March 7
* Interfaith Rally, Feb. 29
* Tutok Kargado Video Screenings
* Symposium and film showing on truths and memories of World War II, March 18 and 19

What’s new inside?

o Situation Report – Feb. 27 (University Physical Plant)

o Ateneo Golf Club Launch ( Alumni Events)

o Five key lessons I’ve learned since I came down from the hill (Alumni News)

o "Teddies" awarded to outstanding AHS student orgs (High School)

o Reflecting on Juniors' Prom 08 (High School)

o Juniors' Prom "Deroulez" a great success! (High School)

Visit your Unit Homepage for updates. Check out 'Ateneo this week' for weekly campus activities. We welcome news, features, and announcements from the Ateneo community. Please send your materials to commpr@admu.edu.ph. Thank you!

The Pathways kids are going places literally!

Dear Friend,

We'd like to share with you some of our students' recent successes:

ARCHIE DOLIT (V-BS ECE, ADMU) was part of the Ateneo team that won
Second Place in the recent SMART-SWEEP contest held in Cebu. They win
a cash prize of P 300,000 and Ateneo receives an equivalent amount in
the form of grants.
The SWEEP Innovation and Excellence Awards is one of SMART?s major
initiatives under SWEEP, its pioneering industry-academe partnership
that seeks to help raise the level of technology and engineering
education in the country.
REGINALD BUENO (II-BS Educational Psychology, DLSU) will be a Student
Ambassador going on a 10-day visit to Japan as part of the Japan-East
Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youths (JENESYS) Programme.

Reggie was selected by the National Youth Commission in conjunction
with the Japan International Cultural Center (JICC) of the Embassy of
Japan and the Japan International Cooperation Center (JICE).

The JENESYS Programme, funded by the Japanese Government and in
partnership with the ASEAN Secretariat, aims to deepen understanding
of the different facets of the Japanese society including politics,
diplomacy, economics and culture and to form the basis of future
vision and construct firm solidarity among Asian countries which will
promote mutual understanding of the future generation of ASEAN and
East Asia Summit member countries.

MITCHIE BONCODIN (II-AB International Studies, Miriam College) will
spend her first semester of junior year at the Royal Melbourne
Institute of Technology (RMIT), University of Australia on full
scholarship! Miriam College's International Studies Department
nominated Mitchie after going through comprehensive screening and
deliberations on the entire sophomore batch of IS majors at Miriam

Archie, Reggie and Mitchie are just some of the students nurtured by
the Pathways program since they were in high school. Through our
academic and self-enhancement programs and the partnerships we have
forged with universities, foundations and like-minded individuals, we
now see these students slowly grow into confident, successful young
adults now giving pride not just to their families, but to their
schools and the country as well!

Archie Dolit and Reggie Bueno are scholars under the Offices of
Admission & Aid of the Ateneo de Manila University and De La Salle
University respectively.

Mitchie Boncodin is a scholar of the JCAP Program. JCAP was initiated
by US-based Filipina and distinguished Miriam alum, Dr. Josefina
Jayme-Card as a way of her giving back to the Philippines. Ayala
Foundation and Ateneo-Pathways to Higher Education manage the program
in the Philippines.
These organizations along with the many young volunteers who mentored
them since high school are just some of the many people we have to
thank for enabling Archie, Reggie and Mitchie to shine. It just
confirms our belief that it takes an entire village to raise a child
and look at them now!

Congratulations to you Archie, Reggie and Mitchie! We are all very
proud of you!

Supporting a Pathways student?s allowance through college costs only P
12,000 per year (or P 1,000 a month), while sponsoring a high school
student through our two-month summer school program ? Alay ni Ignacio
(ANI) costs only P 1,500 per student.

Pathways to Higher Education is a five-year old education reform
program of the Ateneo de Manila University. To date, it has helped
bridge over 500 deserving but financially challenged students to
quality colleges and universities while nurturing another 500 high
school students to enter and complete college and contribute
positively to society.

For more information, you can check out our website:
www.pathwaysphilippines.org or email us at info.pathways@gmail.com


Solvie T. Nubla
Pathways to Higher Education
Ateneo de Manila University

Tel: 426-6001 local 4048 - 4049
Telefax: 920-0153
Website: www.pathwaysphilippines.org

SITUATION REPORT - Wednesday, 27 February 2008

(Wednesday, 27 February 2008)

The Situation Report of 27 February 2008, with relevant photos, is posted at

It may also be downloaded as a Word file from http://www.ateneo.edu/upp/sitrep_doc/Sitrep_270208.doc

POWER: Bellarmine Field will not have power till the 3rd week of March. Replacement cables will be delivered on the 2nd week of March. The good news is that power in Bellarmine Field will be restored before the Blue Roast and the Commencement Exercises.

The damaged cables being subjected to megger tests and found not safe to be used.

SECURITY: At 9:10 a.m. Tuesday, 19 February SG WILFREDO P FLORANO & SG CRESENTE O NITUDA called for assistance on seeing an L300 with the engine on fire at the Grade School Lane . University Physical Plant personnel JOSEPHY ALMOSERA, EUGINE BULATAO, FIDEL MANAOG, HIGINO HERMANO, CESAR BALBOS and DAMIAN PALMERO rushed to put out the fire. The fire was believed due to faulty electrical wiring. Nobody was injured.

Unlocked cars: The number of cars found unlocked in the Loyola Heights campus is still alarming.

Two cars were found unlocked at the Northwest carpark at night with valuables inside. This is really a clear invitation to be robbed of valuables including laptops.

Summary of Unlocked Cars

4 to 9 Feb.
Total (T)= 35

North carpark (NC) = 4
East carpark (EC) = 8
Central carpark (CC) = 14
Bellarmine carpark (BC) = 5
Diversion Carpark (DC) = 4

11 to 16 Feb.
T = 50

NC = 20
EC = 8
CC = 14
BC = 5
DC = 3

18 to 23 Feb.
T = 36

NC = 0
EC = 13
CC = 11
BC = 3
DC = 9

Motorists are URGED to lock their vehicles while they are parked or after parking them.

At 11:20 a.m. last Wednesday, 20 February three males were accosted by Loyola Schools guard SG FERNANDO G PEROCHE at the Quad area for not wearing their ID. While they claimed to be Ateneo students, they could not produce any ID. They were invited to the security office where they admitted that they were not Ateneo students. In the presence of ADSA personnel, they were released and warned not to loiter on campus.

1. 1:15 p.m., Monday 18 Feb.: MS AIMEE BENJI C. TAN found a cell phone in the Rizal Library Computer Lab. She turned it over to campus security. Owner of the cell phone claimed it at the security office on Wednesday, 20 February.

2. 4:40 p.m., Monday, 18 Feb.: SG ADAR L TAGUINOD found a laptop inside CTC 103. Claimed by the owner at 5:15 p.m. of the same day.

3. 7:10 p.m., Monday, 18 Feb.: SG JOSE F JAMANDRE found a laptop inside CTC 305. Claimed by the owner at 7:25 p.m. of the same day.

4. 12:05 p.m. Wednesday, 20 Feb.: SG LEO B MADRIGUERA found wallet with cash and ATM and credit cards in SOM JSEC mall. Claimed by the owner at 4:40 p.m. of the same day.

5. 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, 20 Feb.: JOSEPH S BANHAO found a laptop, iPod and books inside a backpack in Gonzaga waiting shed. Owner claimed the backpack at 6:50 a.m. of Thursday, 21 February.

6. 4:23 p.m. Thursday, 21 Feb.: MR. RICK DU found the wallet inside the Blue Eagle Gym. This was claimed by the owner at 5:00 p.m. Friday, 22 Feb.

7. 3:30 p.m. Saturday, 23 Feb.: MR. SONY PEREZ driver of LPTODA green tricycle 197 found a cell phone inside the sidecar of his tricycle. The honest tricycle driver turned it over to campus security. It was claimed by the owner at 4:20 p.m. of the same day.

TRAFFIC: Concrete barriers at the U-turn slots are structurally stronger than a speeding SUV. This was proven last Friday, 22 February at the U-turn under the Gate 2.5 pedestrian footbridge. The lady driver of a northbound SUV inadvertently hit five of the concrete barriers when she dozed off while driving at 1:30 a.m. The air bag saved her from injuries.

Campus security responded to the accident and extended assistance to the victim. This is done by security in all cases of accidents in front of Ateneo.

A High School parent who was involved in a similar accident last Thursday, 31 January wrote to campus security and commended the action of the guards who instinctively extended assistance to victims of the U-turn barriers in the area.


Please email comments to iescuadro@ateneo.edu
Visit the University Physical Plant website at http://www.ateneo.edu/index.php?p=472

AMPC Announcements

A. AMPC Announcement re Dividends and Rebates - 08 March 2008

Date: Saturday, 08 March 2008
Venue: AMPC Dining Area
8 am-12 noon REGISTRATION

· Call of Meeting to Order
· Proof of Due Notice
· Certification of Quorum
· Consideration of the Minutes of 2007 General Assembly
· Chair’s Report
· Treasurer’s Report and Report on Audited Statements of
Financial Condition and Operation
· Discussion/acceptance of Reports

Distribution of Dividends and Patronage Rebates
However, non-AMPC members, spouses and children of AMPC members may NOT join any of the General Assembly activities

Some members (for example, workers who work in Makati) may not be able to attend the GA. They will be allowed to register and vote before the GA provided they submit a Certification from
their supervisor stating that they have to work on March 8 and cannot be present during the GA.

All ballots must be dropped in the ballot box by 1 pm.

- Only AMPC members who have registered and are present during the GA raffle may claim their prizes. If they are not registered, they will not be qualified to win the raffle.
- AMPC members who have to leave the GA because they have to work must SUBMIT a Certification from their Supervisor stating that they are on OFFICIAL DUTY. A box will be placed on the
registration table for these Certifications. Please put them inside this box during the registration period.
- Major prizes will be drawn using the RAFFLE STUBS that members must fill up during registration. Raffle stubs which are unsigned and do not have complete information will not be honored.
- Minor prizes will be drawn using REGISTRATION NUMBERS assigned to each member. Please write down your name at the back.

* The following will be distributed at the end of the GA:
8% dividend on members' shareholdings
13% patronage rebate
* Members who submitted their receipts BEFORE THE JANUARY 31ST DEADLINE AND WHO ATTEND THE GA will receive their dividends and rebates AT THE END OF THE GA.
* Members who submitted their receipts BEFORE THE JANUARY 31ST DEADLINE AND DO NOT ATTEND THE GA may claim their dividends and rebates from the AMPC Office
anytime from 8 am to 5 pm on FRIDAY, MARCH 28.
* Members who submitted their receipts AFTER THE JANUARY 31ST DEADLINE AND WHO ATTEND THE GA will receive their dividends at the end of the GA but may claim their
rebates between Monday-Friday April 21-25.
* Members who submitted their receipts AFTER THE JANUARY 31ST DEADLINE AND DO NOT ATTEND THE GA may claim their dividends and rebates between
Monday-Friday April 21-25.
* For members whose shareholdings are below P5,000: you will receive your rebates.
However, your dividends will be credited to your capital build-up. An official receipt will be issued for this.

Manner of payment: CASH - if below P1,000 CHECK - if P1,000 and above
These procedures are consistent with what was done in previous years.

The patronage rebates of offices whose shareholdings are P15,000 will be given out. A check will be issued to the unit or department head. If it is to be made out to a representative of the
unit, the unit or department head should submit a letter authorizing the AMPC to do so.
The dividends and patronage rebates of offices whose share capital is below P15,000 will be credited to their shareholdings. An official receipt will be given in acknowledgment of this.

Attendance in the General Assembly is a requirement if you want to retain your MIGS status. Those who do not attend the GA for two consecutive years without a valid reason will lose their MIGS
status on the third year. This will mean:
* loss of eligibility to be nominated for an elective position in the AMPC Board and the 3 elective AMPC Committees (Audit and Inventory Committee, Credit Committee, Election Committee)
* loss of privilege to vote
Members who are unable to attend may address their letter to the Chair of the AMPC Board of Directors, care of the AMPC office. Or you may email the Chair at ampc@admu.edu.ph

B. Announcement for AMPC Patrons with Outstanding Accounts


The following Resolutions were passed by the AMPC Board of Directors during its Meeting yesterday, 27 February 2008:

Board Resolution No. 2008.11 The Patronage Refund of Departments/Offices with outstanding receivables will be witheld until payment has been made.

Board Resolution No. 2008.12 Starting Saturday, 1 March 2008, the AMPC will be charging 1% per month for the receivables that are thirty days overdue.

Truths and memories of WWII

ACAS and the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS)
cordially invite you and your students to a symposium and film showing on


March 18 and 19, 2008, Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights campus


March 18 at Escaler Hall

1:30 – 3:20 NHK documentary, “Battle for Manila: A Month to the Scorched
3:20 – 3:30 Coffee break
3:30 – 4:30 Lecture: “Battle for Manila, a Japanese View”
Satoshi Nakano, Ph.D., Hitotsubashi University
4:30 – 5:30 Comments and discussion to be led by Ricardo Trota Jose, Ph.D.,
University of the Philippines,Diliman

March 19 at Faura Audio Visual Room

1:30 – 2:30 A film about the Nanjing Massacre
2:30 – 2:45 Coffee break
2:45 – 3:20 Comments by Attorney Hiroshi Oyawa
3:30 – 4:20 Lecture: “Achievements and Lessons of the Nanjing Incident
International Symposium 2007”
Tokuji Kasahara, professor, Tsuru University
4:30 – 5:20 Comments and discussion to be led by
Lydia N. Yu Jose, Ph.D., Ateneo de Manila University

Snacks will be served and we need to know how much to serve. For this, we
shall appreciate it if you could let us know if you are coming on one or both
days and how many of your students we should expect. Please call or fax Marian
at 426-4326. You may also email acas@admu.edu.ph. Thank you very much

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School of Social Sciences, Loyola Schools
3rd Floor, Social Sciences Building
Loyola Heights, Quezon City 1108
Tel. : (632) 426-6001 locals 5208, 5209, 5248
Fax : (632) 426-4326; 426-6001 local 5280
Email: acas@admu.edu.ph
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Blueboard mailing list


on its 16th year


Story and Book Keythe Farley & Brian Fleming
Music & Lyrics Laurence O'Keefe

Straight from the tabloid headlines comes BAT BOY, a dark and funny critically-acclaimed rock musical about love and mutilation.

Bat Boy The Musical chronicles the story of a boy with bat-like ears and needle teeth, who is found in a cave and is later adopted by a human family that tries to teach him the ways of a civilized society. Bat Boy's struggle to be "human" and to be accepted is at the core of this moving and surprisingly hilarious modern day musical.

Leading the talented cast is Marvin Ong as Bat Boy together with Laura Cabochan as his foster mother, Meredith. With direction and choreography by Repertory Philippines veteran Robbie Guevara (Fiddler On The Roof), musical direction by Laura Cabochan, and lights and sounds design by Voltaire De Jesus, Bat Boy promises to be a bloody, heart-racing musical unlike anything that BlueREPERTORY has done before.

BAT BOY The Musical plays on the week of March 7
at the Fine Arts Exhibit Hall, Ateneo de Manila University.

This production is brought to you by Havaianas and Orange Segment, the official print media partner of Bat Boy, together with KC De Venecia Foundation, Mary Grace, and Tree's Company.

For Details and Ticket Reservations, contact Hannah at 0922-894617.

Exciting Workshops!

A. Ateneo CORD's Managing Effective Meeting Workshop, March 5, 2008 (Special Price for Ateneo Offices!)

The Ateneo Center for Organization Research and Development

Invites you to the

Managing Effective Meeting Workshop

The Managing Effective Meeting Workshop is a one-day course that will help participants gain a better appreciation of effective meetings and provide them with the necessary tools for better management of meetings.

At the end of the program, participants are expected to:

1. Describe the meeting process and enumerate their roles/responsibilities as facilitators

2. Develop skills in creating marketing materials for meeting.

3. Differentiate effective and ineffective meetings

4. Identify ways of handling meetings effectively

5. Understand how individual differences can be managed for more productive meetings

Module Description

Module I: Before the Meeting

Participants will learn about major considerations in a meeting – identifying the participants and the facilitator of the meeting as well as the other administrative preparations for a meeting.

* Preparing and marketing the meeting agenda
* Profiling your participants and the facilitator for the meeting

Module 2: During the Meeting

In this module, the participants will be guided on how to improve their skills as facilitators during meetings.

* Communication and Listening Skills of the facilitator of the meeting
* Managing Group Dynamics
* Negotiation and Conflict Management Skills

Module 3: After the Meeting

A deeper understanding of what works better would bring about productive ways of pl ann ing for future meetings.

* Assessment of the output of the meeting
* Next steps

Schedule: March 5, 2008
Venue: TBA

Program Fee: P 4,000 inclusive of materials and meals
* Special Price for ATENEO OFFICES - P3,800 only

For interested parties, please fax or email the attached registration form to Ateneo CORD:

Tel No: 426-5931
Telefax No: 426-6065
Email: ateneocord@admu.edu.ph

Hurry and reserve now! Limited slots available!

Ateneo Center for Organization Research and Development
2/F Hoffner Building , Social Development Complex,
Ateneo de Manila University,
Katipunan Road, Loyola Heights ,
Quezon City, Philippines
Tel: (02) 426-6282 and 426-5931
Fax: (02) 426-6065
Email: ateneocord@admu.edu.ph
Website: http://cord.ateneo.edu

B. Summer 2008: Nihongo for Young People

Japanese Studies Program
Ateneo de Manila University

Summer Program 2008

Basic Japanese Language

What is Nihongo for Young People?

Established in 1966, the Japanese Studies Program of Ateneo de Manila
University has been providing quality education on Japanese language. Nihongo
for Young People is part of our outreach program that is open to young people
from 12 to 18 years old. Our goal is to promote the understanding of Japan
through its language in the young generation.

What can I learn?

Nihongo for Young People is a course for beginners. It focuses on basic
communication skills, particularly through speaking and listening. The course
also introduces a basic knowledge of Japanese characters for everyday use in

At the end of the course, you will be able to:
- Use basic Japanese in a variety of everyday situations
- Express your ideas in simple Japanese
- Understand what you are told in Japanese
- Recognize basic Japanese characters, especially Hiragana

When and where will it be?

Period: March 31 - April 11, Monday - Friday
Time : 2:00 - 4:00 pm
Venue : Natividad Galang Conference Room
H.V. Dela Costa Building
Loyola Heights Campus,
Ateneo de Manila University
Quezon City


- Please send registration form by fax, email or mail one week before the class
- Payment is 3,000 pesos including handouts and other materials.
- If paying in check, please make it payable to Ateneo de Manila University.
- Payment may also be deposited at the Ateneo bank account.
- Accomplish the Deposit slip in three copies.
- Fill out the slip clearly and provide the following information:
Bank : Metro Bank
Account Number : 559-3-55900031-1
Account Name : Ateneo de Manila University
(Below the account name, please write: JAPANESE LANGUAGE COURSE.)
- Send the original copy of the validated deposit slips or fax a copy to the
Japanese Studies Program, Ateneo de Manila University.

For details, please contact us at:
Japanese Studies Program
Ateneo de Manila University
School of Social Sciences
Room 209, Ricardo & Dr. Rosita Leong Hall
Katipunan Road, Loyola Heights
Quezon City 1108
Telefax: 426-4326 | Phone: 426-6001 local 5248
c/o Marian Salvador
Email: japanese@admu.edu.ph

Hiroko Nagai-Yabut, Ph.D.
Japanese Studies Program
2/F Ricardo and Dr. Rosita Leong Hall
School of Social Sciences
Ateneo de Manila University
Loyola Heights, Quezon City
Telephone: (632) 426-6001 local 5248
Facsimile: (632) 426-4326
Email: japanese@admu.edu.ph