President Fidel V. Ramos

Never in my wildest dream that I will have a chance to talk with different prominent, intelligent and all that glitz with what the politicians has! and not to forget I am now working as a new media writer for Senator Manny Villar… wow… until now I am still in love with my work and truly proud from where I am today! 

So, to share with you my first golden moment from a great politician! here’s a pic!

Meet President Fidel V. Ramos (FVR)


One of our great president’s in the Philippines!

I really wanted to get the perfect shot but FVR is just so amazing and he just keeps on talking that gave me a hard time to stand still! hahah good times! for keeps.

No fuss or anything, what you see is what you get!!!

Sometimes kasi nasa isip natin, pag presidente or super sikat na politician kailangan mapantayan natin ang kanilang katalinuhan or we will try our best to impress them.. pero si FVR, he will make you feel comfortable and he really pays attention whoever you are. Very simple man yet intelligent! his questions in Presidential forum were mind blowing!!! and I am very proud to say that my Boss, Senator Villar answered it very well and gracefully!!! Idol tlaga!

Anyway, buti na lang lagi akong may dalang camera kahit saan man ako magpunta! Sabi nga nila, “Live life to the Fullest” and for me I am doing it and freezing every golden moments in a picture then blog it! I love photography, artistically or just simple shots! Photography makes me feel alive!

Anything is Possible when you Believe!

and again this won’t happen if Jojo whom I love to call my fairy god mother did not came into my life! Jojo is the one who believed and supported me that as a fresh graduate I can enter a prestigious office if I will just work hard for it! and I DID! Inspiring story talaga when I first enetred the world of Politics… it also keep me grounded and strengthen my compassion!

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Fidel Valdez Ramos (born March 18, 1928), popularly known as FVR, was the 12th President of the Philippines from 1992 to 1998. During his six years in office, Ramos was widely credited and admired by many for revitalizing and renewing international confidence in the Philippine economy.

Prior to his election as president, Ramos served in the Cabinet of President Corazon Aquino first as chief-of-staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and, later on, as Secretary of National Defense from 1986 to 1991.

During the historic 1986 EDSA People Power Revolution, Ramos, along with then Defense Minister Juan Ponce Enrile, was hailed as a hero by many Filipinos for his decision to breakaway from the administration of the late strongman Ferdinand Marcos and pledge allegiance and loyalty to the newly-established revolutionary government of President Aquino, following the downfall of Marcos from power in February 1986. Previously, he was the AFP vice chief-of-staff under President Marcos.

Under Ramos’ leadership, the Philippines experienced a period of political stability and rapid economic growth and expansion, as a result of his policies and programs designed to foster national reconciliation and unity. Ramos was able to secure major peace agreements with Muslim separatists, communist insurgents and military rebels, which renewed investor confidence in the Philippine economy. Ramos also aggressively pushed for the deregulation of the nation’s major industries and the privatization of bad government assets. As a result of his hands-on approach to the economy, the Philippines was dubbed by various international magazines and observers as Asia’s Next Economic Tiger.

However, the momentum in the economic gains made under the Ramos Administration was briefly interrupted during the onset of the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis. Nevertheless, during the last year of Ramos’ term, the economy managed to make a rebound since it was not severely hit by the crisis as compared to other Asian economies.

To date, Ramos is the first and only non-Catholic President of the Philippines. He is a Protestant and belongs to the United Methodist Church.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fidel_V._Ramos

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