The Province of Cavite now serves to be among the most favorite hubs of Koreans, children and adults alike, along with Baguio and Cebu. When you go to malls, e.g., SM City Dasmariñas, you will see hundreds of them roaming around—sometimes in flocks, sometimes as couples, sometimes alone. They seem to really feel as if they are home.
Their parents send their children to Philippine schools, first and foremost, to learn English. Credits to our quality English-based education, which is cheaper compared to the rates being offered by their own country.
Not only Korean students are being sent to the Philippines for a purpose. At present, Korean companies and factories are built and established in various provinces, like Cavite, for the research and development, manufacturing, and marketing of Korean electronics and technology products. This is somehow good for the local economy because thousands of Caviteños work for these industries, giving them the opportunity to get a stable job and earn a living for their families.
Mitsuwa Chemical Co., Ltd. at the Cavite Economic Zone-PEZA, Rosario, Cavite
The holding of the Korea Electronic Show 2011 on October 12-15, 2011 is timely and relevant as members of the Cavite Economic Zone-PEZA community need to continue searching for more alternatives to grow their industries, not only for themselves, but for the benefit of their employees, workers, and clients as well.
The event’s theme, “Be Smart,” showcases the convergence between software and hardware, and its application to further improve our lives. This show is expected to widen the electronic and technology industries of Korea and its partner-countries such as India, Russia, Canada, Japan, China, Indonesia, and other neighboring countries.
And to make it more exciting, Smartphone app will be released soon for KES 2011 participants, so they can register online and get updates about Korea’s biggest electronics show this year.