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Anton Diaz

Anton worked for the biggest multinational company in the Philippines for almost 13 years, straight out of college, before becoming a full time Online Entrepreneur. He was the Chief Information Officer of Procter & Gamble Philippines when he finally quit his day job and decided to take his blog, Our Awesome Planet, to the next level in 2008. Our Awesome Planet, which he started in 2005, is a respected food and travel blog in the Philippines with over 18,152+ hits per day, 36,925+ followers and 8,901+ readers, and is still growing. His advocacy is to promote Philippine tourism by sharing his “Food and Travel Secrets in the Philippines” and to inspire Filipinos to realize that living in the Philippines is truly awesome! He also teaches Professional Blogging and Internet Marketing at the Asian Institute of Management and conducts a 90-day coaching program called Maven Secrets. He was recognized as Go Negosyo's Inspiring Young Filipino Entrepreneur Award in 2010. He was featured in Go Negosyo's 7th book: "Go Negosyo's 50 Inspiring Stories of Young Entrepreneurs" in 2011. Recently, he is the co-founder of the successful weekend market called Mercato Centrale @ Bonifacio Global City, Soderno @ Molito in Alabang, Distrito in Makati and Mezza Norte @ UP Techno Hub. Live an Awesome Life,

Website : http://www.ourawesomeplanet.com/awesome/
Email : anton@diaz.ph

Articles posted by Anton Diaz

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ORANGUTANS @ TANJUNG PUTING, KALIMANTAN, BORNEO: Largest Population of Wild Orangutans (Day 1)

20 November 2012

My first encounter with an orangutan was when we saw a "domesticated" one named Jenny in Ark of Avilon Zoo in Manila.It was nice to see her because she seems to be playfully innocent and wants to interact with people. But after visiting the Tanjung Puting National Park in Kalimantan Province of Indonesia in the island of Borneo, I learned that these animals are born to be wild. We need to protect them from becoming extinct because of the destruction of their natural habitat, and from poachers who sell them to zoos around the world. Here's our a