This is the biggest collection yet!
We’ve got a multitude of new shirt designs coming out!
Here’s a teaser of what it looks like…
We aren’t going to show you a teaser! You can look at all the designs right NOW. All you need to do is click here.
You are going to be the first to be able to grab these items from The Assembly Online. Right now, each shirt only costs P399 with FREE shipping.
The pre-order price goes up once all the prints are ready.
So if you want one, best to order them now, click here.
PS - Purchasing from The Assembly allows ZeroThreeTwo to continue sharing all the cool stuff that you know and love. Thanks in advance!
This is the biggest collection yet!
How many places can you remember in this 1991 joy ride around Cebu?
We all love a bit of nostalgia.
This was proven by the enormous response from our 32 Ways you know you grew up in Cebu post.
Let’s go back to when time was simpler. Less cars. Less buildings. Less stuff to do.
Let’s go back almost 25 years!
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Going Against the Tide with Waves
“Movies have a profound effect on an individual, a society, a generation. My dream is to have a sustainable local film industry in Cebu. Waves is the first baby step to that dream.”
Strong words from Don Gerardo Frasco, homegrown Cebuano filmmaker at the exclusive premiere of his film, Waves, held at Ayala Center Cebu last September 5, 2014.
Waves is Frasco’s directorial debut, starring Baron Geisler, Ilona Struzik, Pilar Pilapil and Leo Pilapil. The film, shot entirely in Palawan and Cebu, is a romantic drama of loneliness and loss ironically set in the backdrop of pristine paradise. Here, we are introduced to two troubled individuals Ross and Sophia, who go on a spontaneous trip to an unnamed island only to find themselves rekindling old feelings, but not without some complications.
Ever heard of Hanging Rice? They are an awesome website about Cebu.
We scored an interview and delved deep into our goals, reasons and dreams for ZeroThreeTwo and The Assembly.
First off, I’d like to give my many thanks to the Hanging Rice team for supporting ZeroThreeTwo and The Assembly.
I’m a big fan of their website. It’s refreshing to see an online publication that actually cares about the content they publish. Well thought out and well written. We hope they continue spreading the good news about a place we both love.
If you’d like to read the full interview, click here.
Here’s an excerpt from the interview:
1. Why The Assembly? What’s the story behind the name?
Back in 2011 when ZeroThreeTwo was in its infancy, we decided to organize a monthly gathering between musicians, artisans, retailers and friends. The idea was to cultivate a community of support for each other.
After bouncing a few names around, we finally thought it fitting to call the event, The Assembly.
At some point, we had to stop organizing it, but the inspiration of getting like-minded people together was still there. When we decided to open the online store, we wanted to have the same underlying idea. It was a no-brainer to call it The Assembly.
We asked a few of the original sellers if they wanted to sell their wares online. Luckily, some said yes. Our small success online paved the way to finally opening The Assembly in JY Square, Lahug.
Guide to Dumaguete City
Even in Cebu, it’s easy to get lost in the routine of things. Wake up. Shower. Eat. Go to work. Go home. Repeat. It’s tough not to get consumed with the day to day stuff. As I write this, kids are in the middle of school. People are complaining about the traffic and the rain. Some of us might even be burnt out from work. You’re probably tired of seeing all those office buildings in IT Park.
Does this sound like you? It’s not too bad. It’s not horrific. But you might need to hit the reset button. Try something different. Go to some place to truly just sit down, chill and do nothing.
Fortunately, you won’t need to go far. Just drive a hundred kilometers south from Cebu City. Take a 30 minute boat ride and before you know it. Viola!
You’ll hit Dumaguete City.
We needed a break from the hustle and bustle of daily life in the city. An affordable little getaway turned out to be the best thing to do. The weather lately hasn’t been the best for going to the beach. So Dumaguete city turned out to be perfect.