ASUS Philippines successfully concluded the Incredible Workshop Series with the final session hosted by one of the country’s most sought-after wedding videographer and storyteller, Jason Magbanua, at Blue Leaf Filipinas in Macapagal Avenue, ASEANA Complex, Paranaque City.

ASUS Philippines Technical PR Manager Alvin Estacio, Jason Magbanua with the ASUS Zenbook, and ASUS Philippines PR Head Anvey Factora at the last leg of the Incredible Workshops Series.

The event was the last of three legs of the series that aimed to inspire and empower respective workshop attendees to take that big leap towards their life’s passions—particularly fashion and lifestyle blogging, starting a business, and video editing and wedding film-making. All three legs were hosted by a luminary from fashion, business and wedding videography industry.

Celebrity Style Blogger Victor Basa talks about the path towards discovering personal style.



During the first leg of the Incredible Workshop Series was held last  May 24 at the Century Mall Events Center in Makati City and was hosted by premier actor, model, host and blogger Victor Basa who shared his journey to self-expression in fashion through his personal experience as a style blogger.

I learned about on how to find inspiration towards personal style. Also, he also told us that having the necessary tools to be used in achieving his goals as a style blogger. He used ASUS Zenbook (UX305) for his blogging essential.

Basa believes that the ASUS Zenbook is integral to his true personal flair—the notebook’s sleek exterior, superior power and battery life, and breathtaking picture and video quality effortlessly compliments the fashion blogger’s mobile and stylish lifestyle.


Multi-hyphenate entrepreneur RJ Ledesma inspires the audience to create their own recipe for startup success




Furthermore, the second leg, held last June 2 at the same venue, was hosted by entrepreneur, author, and columnist RJ Ledesma. Ledesma, who founded the successful and pioneering food market Mercato Centrale and a host of other night food markets, plied the audience with insightful tips about finding the right recipe for a successful business start-up, and about his secret weapon, the Vivobook (TP301).

Ledesma swears by the Vivobook’s innovative flexibility—almost literally, as the notebook impressively rotates through a 360-degree hinge, allowing Ledesma to work, surf and present ideas to potential business partners however way and from whatever angle he needs and wants to.

Ending the three-leg ASUS Incredible Workshop Series is Jason Magbanua—who came fresh from documenting the weddings of celebrity “It Girls” Georgina Wilson and Solenn Heussaff—was an inspiring session on wedding video storytelling. In his presentation, Magbanua stressed the importance of timing, of always approaching from a fresh perspective, and of having the best tools, like the ever reliable ASUS Zenbook (UX305) and Vivobook (TP301).

The ASUS Zenbook and Vivobook is Magbanua’s answer to his on-the-go, active and high-powered lifestyle. The notebook’s powerful 8GB RAM and other key features allows Magbanua to breeze through the technological demands of his daily life.

On the successful reception of the Incredible Workshop Series, ASUS Philippines PR Head Anvey Factora shares that “at ASUS, we’d love to do more of this meaning engagements. Inspiring our partners is a role we take very seriously. We’d like more people to know that with the right tools and focused mindset, they can actually chase after what they’re most passionate about.”

By eccentricyethappy

Christian Melanie Lee is a freelance community manager/social media manager, chatbot builder, social media consultant, and web developer. She is managing her other blogs under lifestyle, food, music/concert, and Hallyu niche. Last August 2020, her first website project, Choose Khiphop is one of the news authority about Korean Hiphop. Five months later, she and her friends formed a podcast called +82 Khiphop Podcast. In 2018, she had her stint as The Itchyworms' social media manager which led her to do music photography in her spare time. A year later, she had a short stint as road manager for the local band, Join The Club. Currently working as freelance community manager and music photographer.

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