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San Jose Kitchen Cabinets


If you are dreaming of a beautiful kitchen cabinets that will last for many years and of relatively good price then this letter is for you.

Which is the better choice?

Many homeowners in planning for a new kitchen have to make that decision of whether to have it constructed the traditional way, meaning concrete structure made by carpenters, or to contract it out with kitchen cabinet specialist who builds knockdown (modular) type of cabinets.

The traditional cement type is durable as far as the cement structure is concern, but its other parts such as the paints, the doors and the inside parts are not as durable. It may not last for ten years. It can also be infested by termites. Usually the traditional cabinets are not partitioned inside and its inner parts has a lot of openings where cockroach can lay their eggs inside. The inside portion of the concrete flooring are laden with crevices where cockroach can also hide. The environment under the sink is usually damp because of the moisture coming from the ground that penetrate the cement flooring which is another reason why cockroach infested the inside. And paint does not last too long in a damp environment. Also, the construction time in the traditional type is a bit too long and messy.

The Modular kitchen: The first major concern here is that it is not durable, especially if you intend to use the kitchen regularly on a daily basis. The second major concern is the cost, sometimes the price is a bit too expensive.

Build your Dream Kitchen !!!

Imagine that in 2 to 4 weeks’ time you will have this brand new kitchen cabinet set with the following features:

• A beautiful design modern kitchen cabinet set with a relatively good price.

• It is made out from very durable materials with a warranty of ten years.

• Where your family can enjoy cooking together in a beautiful environment.

• Where you can entertain your friends and classmates and even cook together.

• Where you can organize all your kitchen tools and equipment.

14 major benefits and advantages we develop over the years for you:

1. Elegant looking design and color combination because it was a product of research and market survey.

2. You don’t have to worry for the next ten years because it’s under warranty. When you call for service, a customer care personnel will attend to you within two working days free of charge.

3. Each cabinet is sealed, thus if a cockroach coming from the outside gets in, it cannot transfer to the other cabinets.

4. It’s termite-free (anay), included in the warranty, both for the upper and lower cabinets.

5. It’s fit to size. we will measure your exact requirements and install cabinets on the basis of that dimension.

6. You can transfer the location of the cabinets to any part of the house because the whole structure can be knocked down.

7. In most cases it can be installed in two to three days only and it is not messy because it’s dry construction.

8. Workmanship and quality is better because it’s machine made.

9. It is easy to make add-on cabinets in the future.

10. You can see already how it will look like when finished as per showroom display.

11. It does not fade and delaminate easily because it’s high pressure laminate.

12. You may wash the inside with soap and water without a problem because it’s made of marine plywood used in boat making.

13. It’s bright and clean looking inside and easy to clean.

14. No moist coming from the cement flooring because the floor of the bottom cabinet is elevated four inches above the cement.


By the way…

I am Oscar Chan, proprietor of this company. I am a family man with two grown up children. As a Catholic my spiritual conversion happened in 1980 when I experienced the saving love and hope in Christ. In 1982, I established San Jose Cabinet Manufacturing, a modern cabinet company with three branches at the SM malls. But I consider the culture of values we developed inside the company more important. For instance we teach our employees the importance of love for the family. Every Monday morning we have a spiritual program for employees conducted during working hours. We don’t allow our managers to shout at their subordinates. Our employees in general has a respectful attitude towards each other.

We share profits to employees since 1982.

We pay 100% tax due our government. We declare all our sales. In 2003, 2004, 2006 we were awarded as one of top tax payers of BIR Revenue District 54 in region 9.

We have a long term good health program for our employees. Our canteen’s healthy plate, which include brown rice and 50% vegetables and fruits is patterned after the Harvard School of Public Health’s healthy plate ( Every Monday, between 6 to 8 am, we have a sports program.

The reason why I venture into the furniture business was my fascination with the beauty of the different characteristics of wood grains in various wood species.

Example of our product development research:

We have made our own experiment aside from boiling the wood for almost 48 hours to see the strength of Marine Plywood. Picture shows different kinds of wood that has been dip in the water for 2 weeks and the result is shown in the pictures.

Here are some of the comments from our customers:

Best quality and good warranty cabinet. Fast services.

Prancel Dela Rea & Helen Dela Rea

Nuvali Calamba Laguna
March 06, 2020

Product is good and special, quality materials and design. Staff is accommodating and soft spoken. Thank you for your service, your loyal customer.

Ma. Camelarin A. Gualberto

La Residencia De Sta. Rosa, Sta. Rosa, Laguna
March 05, 2020

The cabinets and the whole kitchen were properly installed. Nice and excellent service.

Julius Ralph Aldaba

Park West Condo, BGC, Taguig City
March 03, 2020

Maganda at maayos ang pagkakagawa. Maayos ang serbisyo at maayos kausap ang mga tauhan.

Marlyn S. Real

Buhay na Tubig, Imus, Cavite
February 15, 2020

Very nice product and good quality. Very good services and they are very accommodating.

Miramar Garcia

Olympia Subdivision, San Pedro, Laguna
February 12, 2020

Delivered in good condition. Great service, accommodates all our inquiries.

Taisei Philippines Construction Inc.

Paseo De Roxas Salcedo Village, Makati
February 05, 2020

Maganda at mahusay ang pagkakagawa. Mabait at magalang ang mga empleyado.

Jennifer Alog

Candelaria, Quezon
January 30, 2020

Maganda, Price appordable. Maganda ang serbisyo, mabilis at malinis.

Benigno C. Basanes

Filinvest East Homes, Cainta, Rizal
January 29, 2020

Maayos at maganda ang modular cabinets na pinalagay ko. Maayos kausap lahat ng kinausap ko sa San Jose KCM, from Sir Chris, the installers and Ms. Kristine.

Reon Magdaraog

Southview Homes, San Pedro, Laguna
January 17, 2020

Modern design and very durable. Fast and reliable, easy to contact.

Jo-An Rivera

Patricia Homes, Pamplona Dos, Las Piñas City
January 08, 2020

Looks like it will last long. Workmanship is very good. So far, quality service. I like the after sales service the most. Friendly and accommodating staff.

Maria Carla Hernandez

Vergonville Subdivision, Pulang Lupa 2, Las Piñas City
January 08, 2020

Sturdy, well-made, doors open smoothly. Helpful and responsive, good to know that assistance is ok.

Michelle Cuenco

Avida Residences, Dasmariñas City
January 07, 2020

Your product is good, and I am satisfied of the outcome of my kitchen. It was installed according to my design. You have a wonderful service to your chat although some of my queries was not attended immediately by your sales representative but overall, you handled your client well most especially the post service.

Lolita C. Talampas

San Antonio Valley 14, Sucat, Parañaque City
January 04, 2020

I am impressed. Good quality and affordable. Good finish. Fast and customer focused. Friendly and professional.

Amelia Arsenal

Avida Settings, Molino, Cavite
January 04, 2020

Clean, Smooth, and Good Quality

Bernardo Balingit

Carmona Cavite
January 26, 2019

Its Luxury kitchen custom made. Elegant and easy to install. Expensive but with a very good quality and with 10 years warranty.

Rachel Allstrom

Antipolo City
January 24, 2019

Finely Done, Workers are very professional especially installers & with follow-up of product. A little bit pricey but it’s all worth it because of the 10-year warranty. The product is very well done & designed so I don’t think I will need the 10-years warranty , surely to last longer more than 10-years

Myrna Galles

Barandal Calamba City

January 08, 2019

I love your marine plywood that is why I choose SJK and the 10 year warranty is great thank you so much SJK.

Angelic Ladia

Brgy Tibagan, San Juan City

December 12 ,2018

Durable even if expensive but worth it and we liked the color of your cabinet,Friendly Staff and approchable.

Jenny Reolada

Paliparan, Dasmarinas Cavite

November 30 ,2018

Product – good quality when it comes to materials,heavy duty,Sevice-sevice staff are courteous & allknowing about their job.

Marissa Pilarca

Quezon City

November 29, 2018

theKitchen cabinets are good and the best thing is that it is covered by 10 warranty,Service is Excellent, especially the after sales -service, Correction are being addressed.

Renelita De Guzman

Bayan Luma, Imus Cavite

November 22, 2018

product is good,Quality is also good,service is good they wiil not leave till it will be done properly.

Jennifer Domingo

Anabu 1-B Imus Cavite

November 21, 2018

Maganda ang quality ng produkto at elegante ang pagkagawa, Highly recommend po.

Merly Hurtado

Harmony Homes, Binan Laguna

October 17, 2018

Good Quality,Nice Warranty,Good Service,Excellent Employees And After service.

Mark Santillan

Camella Althea,Bacoor Cavite

October 13, 2018

nagustuhan po namin ang produkto ninyo at mabilis din nakabit at malinis ang pagkagawa at pulido po.

Irene S. Adia

Pilar Village, Las Pinas City

October 02, 2018

Good Product Qualty,Modern Design.Excellent And Very good Quality Service.

Harly Noval
Brgy San Isidro, Angono Rizal

September 29, 2018

maganda yung product ( color,materials) Installation Was done properly,Satisfied W/ the service,most Probably,magpapagawa ulit kami,first Time magpagawa  ng Kitchen cabinet and so far very Satisfied.

Noeme Valencia
September 08, 2018
Agustine Grove, Dasmarinas Cavite

Amazing Product,Durable,Beautifully made,Excellent service

Romeo Dela Cruz

Suntrust Cond,Manila City

August 23, 2018

Perfect for the set-up of our house,it was done fine,we are very satisfied w/ the service that was provided the staff way very friendly too.

Ellen Lara

Pulang Lupa, Las Pinas

July 06, 2018

Great Quality, the service you provide is satisfactory everyone whom I talked to is accomodating.

Ivy Caandy

June 26, 2018

Cambridge Village,Cainta Rizal

Nothing But Exellent And Comply To the Need Of the Customer,Your Service is great! Your personnel did a good job,Client Satisfied!.

Monette A. Bausas

June 12, 2018

E,T Homes 2,Las Pinas City

The Productis very `good& clean,I really like the Design& the material.

Leo Aquino

May 05, 2018

Southbreeze II Binan Laguna

Good ,Durable,My First Cabinet Last for 12 years and change again to same Product of San jose KCM,Satisfied.

Byron D. Tabangay

March 07, 2018

Brgy Socorro,Cubao Quezon City

May The Good Lord give you grace and peace,


Oscar Chan



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Hardvard Professor talks about democracy

Harvard Prof. Clayton Christiansen address to the MBA graduates before they took their MBA Oath. His message is very relevant to all emerging economies – corruption and all.
“Most of us are so eager to formulate the right answer and then begin implementing it that we often forget to think about whether the right question has been asked. Let me illustrate this by exploring two institutions, democracy and capitalism, which Americans broadly believe to be the right and enduring answers, seemingly without having asked the salient question.
America seems to have played a role in the ouster of rulers with names like Batista, Duvalier, Marcos, Allende, Ortega, Suharto and others, so that we could help the people in those nations experience the blessings of democracy and free markets. We have spent trillions of dollars and tens of thousands of lives trying to bring the freedoms of democratic governments to Lebanon, the Balkans, Haiti, Afghanistan, Iraq, Liberia, Rwanda, Pakistan and many more countries. We anguish that democracy is giving way to dictatorship in Russia. Trying to make trial-by-jury work in Iraq and Afghanistan is like climbing a mudslide: People are committing heinous crimes at a much faster rate than a legal system grounded in democratic principles can handle.
All of these efforts have been built upon an assumption that in every situation, democracy is the best form of government. An important question to have asked, however, is, “Is there a situation where democracy is the wrong solution?”
I learned the importance of this question in a conversation 12 years ago with a Marxist economist from China who was nearing the end of a fellowship in Boston, where he had come to study two topics that were foreign to him: democracy and capitalism. I asked my friend if he had learned here anything on these topics that was surprising or unexpected. His response was immediate and, to me, quite profound: “I had no idea how critical religion is to the functioning of democracy and capitalism.” Though de Toqueville also had observed this, I had never made this association between religion, democracy and capitalism in my mind. But it was like this guy parachuted in from Mars ? and this is what he saw. He continued,
“In your past, most Americans attended a church or synagogue every week. These are institutions that people respected. When you were there, from your youngest years, you were taught that you should voluntarily obey the law; that you should respect other people’s property, and not steal it. You were taught never to lie. Americans followed these rules because they had come to believe that even if the police didn’t catch them when they broke a law, God would catch them. Democracy works because most people most of the time voluntarily obey your laws.
“You can say the same for capitalism,” my friend continued. “It works because Americans have been taught in their churches that they should keep their promises and not tell lies. An advanced economy cannot function if people cannot expect that when they sign contracts, the other people will voluntarily uphold their obligations. Capitalism works because most people voluntarily keep their promises.”
My friend then invited me to look around the world at those countries where, in his words, “America had snapped its fingers at the country and demanded, ‘We want democracy here, and we want it now!’” Unless there was already a strong religious foundation in those countries, he asserted, democracy has failed miserably. There are religions in every country, of course. But he made clear that democracy-enabling religions are those that support the sanctity of life, the equality of people, the importance of respecting others’ property, and of personal honesty and integrity. Those religions also had to be strong enough that they held power over the behavior of the population. People had to believe that God would punish them even if the police and court system did not. He then gave some examples.

In Russia, for instance, there are religions ? but few people are influenced by them. As a result many people avoid taxes, and the government cannot collect them. Murder, bribery and stealing are a part of everyday life. He noted that American foreign policy has been naïve in Haiti and the nations of Africa that have been torn by such brutal civil strife. “You just think that because democracy works for you that it will work everywhere. It only works where there is a strong foundation of religion.” In the course of researching the issue my friend posed I happened upon an elegant summary of what he was trying to teach me, penned by Lord John Fletcher Moulton, the great English jurist, who wrote that the probability that democracy and free markets will flourish in a nation is proportional to “the extent of obedience to the unenforceable.”
My Chinese friend heightened a vague but nagging concern I’ve harbored ? that as religion loses its power over the lives of Americans, what will happen to our democracy? Our prosperity? We are living on momentum. The ethic of obedience to the unenforceable was established by vibrant religions, and some of these teachings have become a part of our culture. As a result, today there are many Americans who are not religious, who still voluntarily obey the law, comply with contracts, value honesty and integrity and respect other people’s rights and property. This is because certain religious teachings have become embedded in our culture. But is culture a stalwart protector of democracy’s enabling values? I don’t think so.
Those who seek to minimize the role that religions can play in the public stage are making two very serious mistakes. First, they are seeking to minimize the very institutions that have given us our civil liberties in the first place. And second, the debate swirling in judicial discourse about the separation of church and state is a false dichotomy. There are two classes of religions, if we broadly define as philosophical traditions: theistic religions and atheistic ones. Zealots of atheistic religions who assert that theistic religions must be swept off the democratic stage, even as they knit the doctrines of their religions into our legal and regulatory fabric, are asking the wrong question, and therefore giving us an answer that may well prove to be toxic to democracy.
My Chinese friend’s insight has helped me understand what the valuable question really is: “Because democracy is possible only when most people most of the time voluntarily obey the laws, what institutions can we rely upon to inculcate this instinct amongst the American people? And how can we strengthen those institutions, so that they do this better?”
When the instinct of even a minority of people in a society is to steal what belongs to others, lie when it suits their selfish purposes, evade taxes, demand bribes and disregard the rights of others, then capitalism won’t work, either. Just look at our current economic crisis. It didn’t take many Americans whose instinct was to take what belongs to others and to stretch rather than obey the rules, to cause capitalism to very nearly collapse.
When the extent of disobedience to the unenforceable grows, not just democracy, but prosperity becomes in jeopardy. We treasure democracy because it gives us freedoms of speech and the press. But democracy without near-universal obedience to the unenforceable strips from us other crucial freedoms, which include the freedom from want, and the freedom to be employed. I again ask what I believe is a crucial question for America: Because capitalism and the prosperity it brings are possible only when most people most of the time voluntarily obey the laws, what institutions can we rely upon to inculcate this instinct amongst the people, before they arrive in our executive suites and on Wall Street? And how can we strengthen the institutions that teach these things, so that they do it better?
When a nation lacks the requisite foundation of extensive obedience to the unenforceable, what form of government will work?
Unfortunately democracy and capitalism won’t. It requires the rule of someone who can define good laws and then wield the power required to compel obedience. Living proofs of this hypothesis cover the globe. Just run this experiment. The next time you’re in a taxi with a Haitian cab driver, just ask whether things are better now under democracy than they were under the corrupt rule of the Duvaliers. I guarantee that every one of them pines for the day when there was an iron-fisted ruler who had the instinct and ability to stomp his heel into the chest of those who didn’t follow the rules.
It’s not a coincidence that the countries that have transitioned from poverty to prosperity in the last 40 years ? including Korea, Chile, Taiwan, Singapore, Portugal and the Dominican Republic ? all were led by relatively honest but iron-fisted dictators, who had the instinct and ability to wield power quite ruthlessly, in some instances, to break the vested interests of those that profited from the corruption that had trapped those nations in poverty. Impoverished countries with democratic governments such as the Philippines and India, in contrast, struggle to prosper because imposition of democracy has simply democratized corruption to the point that capitalism won’t work: The investments that would stimulate economic growth simply cannot be made, because you can’t bribe enough people to make anything happen.
Those who assume that the atheistic religions of secularism are a better backbone for freedom and prosperity than the theistic ones that they are trying to push under the back seat, have a huge burden of proof which they’ve not had the intellectual fortitude to discuss, let alone bring forward.
I offer this view of democracy and capitalism simply to illustrate how important it is to ask the right question. Normally, graduation is the occasion on which we pronounce the education of the graduates to be complete. I cannot do that, because I fear that many of you, like most Americans, have yet to be schooled in the art of asking the right questions. I hope that as you leave to seek success in your chosen professions, however, that learning to ask the right questions becomes your intellectual compass.
Could I suggest that you take time tomorrow to ask some questions of yourself that are awfully important? The first is, “What is the purpose of my life?” Another would be, “Does my behavior reflect the instincts of honesty, integrity, respect and consideration for others that must be my contributions to our nation? If not, what changes must I resolve to make?” And a third might be : “How can I do for others the things that bring me enduring happiness?”
Again, graduates, I give you my warmest wishes and congratulations. May God be with and bless each of you and your families”

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