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LOOK: Fashion designer mula Iloilo lumikha ng mala-Kung Fu Panda na PPE para sa frontliners

By Dona Dominguez-Cargullo April 08, 2020 - 08:39 AM SHARE(S):

Isang fashion designer mula sa Iloilo City ang nag-donate ng personal protective equipments (PPEs) sa mga medical frontliner.

Pero ang likhang PPE ng designer na si James Roa, mala-Kung Panda ang itsura.

Ibinahagi ni Roa sa kaniyang Facebook page ang mga larawan ng medical workers na unang nabahaginan ng PPEs.

Ang unang batch ng mga likha niyang PEE ay ibinigay sa frontliners ng Western Visayas Medical Center-PMDT (Programmatic Management of Drug Resistant Tuberculosis).

Tinawag ni Roa na “Panda PPE” ang kaniyang likha.

“This personal initiative will not made possible without the efforts of all the good samaritans who have shown nothing but support to produce PPEs for our medical practitioners. Indeed, the Bayanihan spirit of the Ilonggos is still alive!” ayon kay Roa.

Pinasalamatan din ni Roa ang lahat ng frontliners.

“You deserve all the help by risking your lives in becoming our modern day heroes during these troubled times. We heal as one and all together survive this pandemic. I salute you all!” dagdag pa ni Roa.

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