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Lionell Go Macahilig / Group Editor

Building on the learnings that he earned from the academe and his almost three-year professional experience in the outsourcing industry, Lionell joined HardwareZone Philippines in 2007. In his free time, he runs his PC shop and reads various articles online. He also likes cats and jogging.

Prestone celebrates almost a century of unparalleled auto care

Lionell Go Macahilig

Renowned brand Prestone is marking its 90th anniversary worldwide, nearly a century of unparalleled care for a wide variety of vehicles. In the Philippines, Prestone celebrated its anniversary by kicking off a grand event graced by Kapuso stars at the SM Mall of Asia Music Hall, Tuesday.

Celebrate technophilia this month of love with HWM's February 2017 issue

Lionell Go Macahilig

This month of love, we at HWM Philippines celebrate the kind of love that we are very familiar with: technophilia. As part of the celebration, we're serving you a procession of featured and tested tech stuff in our pages. Gracing this issue's cover is Margo Midwinter who talks about love and tech.

Real message of a much-awaited pageant revealed in this event

Lionell Go Macahilig

Amid the glitz and glamor of the much-anticipated coronation day of the 65th Miss Universe Pageant, a key message of the pageant was emphasized in one of its preliminary events: women empowering women. The said event gave an opportunity for the candidates to interact with the artisan women of Tondo.

MILO challenges grown-ups to Nutri Up their game this 2017

Lionell Go Macahilig

This 2017, MILO Philippines is encouraging grown-ups to level up their fitness goals with the MILO Nutri Up 3-in-1 chocolate malt drink. MILO staged celebrity challenges in Glorietta last Saturday led by power siblings Solenn and Erwan Heusaff to push this message further to the public,

Nestlé commits PhP 100-million to fund U4HK anti-malnutrition movement

Lionell Go Macahilig

Nestlé announced its funding of PhP 100-million over the next three years to support the United for Healthier Kids (U4HK) programme. A long-term campaign consisting of a coalition of various profit and non-profit organizations, U4HK aims to fight hunger and malnutrition among Filipino children.

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