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IN PHOTOS: Inside Google Philippines' office

It's also a reminder of how big the task of digitizing the Philippines still is, says Google PH communications head Gail Tan. Quirky furniture of all sorts stand guard at different places – a sure way to prevent the threat of monotony, which can be a death-spell for the creative types that drive a company such as Google. You will know you are in Google's Philippine branch because the meeting rooms are named after local icons: "Whang Od," "Vinta," "Salakot," and "Ifugao." Another one, "Inay," is specially designed for breastfeeding mothers. Their big room, meant for talks and press conferences, is called "Salu-Salo." Incidentally, one side of the room is borderless, flowing right into a homey pantry that coffee shops would have loved to claim as their own. A ping-pong table stands at the pantry's far end, at a section whose ceiling is adorned by basketballs and walls are plastered with caricatures of athletes like Manny Pacquiao and Paeng Nepomuceno. Take a look below. We got to take photos of their office, with the exception of the work areas where picture-taking was prohibited. At the event, Google also set up viewing Google Cardboard stations where one can view key attractions such as Palawan, Guimaras and Palawan on Google Street View. The event served as the launch of 188 new local sites on Street View, which is part of Google's efforts to feature more meaningful online content.

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