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Chinatown Adventure

Please look for any UP Chinese Student Association, ADMU Celadon, UST Community Achievers, DLSU Englicom, UA&P Fu members or officers for requirements and for the entry forms needed in order to join the Chinatown Adventure! :) We hope you’ll be able to join us, participate and have fun this February 8, Sunday. You can email Harrell Wong for more information (hvrio@yahoo.com) See you there!

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On Saturday, January 17, Manila’s arts aficionados and patrons will be welcomed to a special reception at the Ayala Museum to announce the publication of the inaugural issue of Art in Site Magazine. The quarterly publication will be produced in Manila and distributed in the Philippines and the U.S. It is envisioned to be a leading resource for, by and about Filipino artists filled with insightful and engaging articles relating to the arts in all its forms to incite a renaissance of sorts—a rekindled interest in local art, artists, and a renewed sense of pride to be Filipino.

Art in Site Magazine is not just another arts magazine. Its history and unique vision are as remarkable as the people behind its creation. Patricia Laurel, editor of the magazine has the qualifications and pedigree: great-grand niece of national hero Jose Rizal; educated in Germany and the United States; writing credentials with European Stars and Stripes and Associated Press in the United States. Under Laurel’s leadership, Art in Site Magazine was conceived under the banner of a Cooperative for Artists in the Philippines and the U.S. as a way to connect a growing international community of artists of Filipino descent.

In every issue of Art in Site Magazine, a special article will be devoted to an update on the Cooperative’s ultimate goal — the establishment of the Manila Center for the Arts. The Center will be a physical structure that can be the hub for artistic development, exhibition and study; a nurturing home for Filipino artists, arts educators, and students to convene. Patterned after the highly successful San Francisco Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, the plans include a Center School for young artists, state-of-the-art performance and exhibition spaces for small audiences, the provision of legal and practical services for the artistic community, and advocacy programs to increase government and private support of the arts in all of its forms.

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Hi guys! Right now my bus is probably on its way to Naga. I I’ll be away starting tonight until the 23rd. As the title says, I’m off to Caramoan, Camarines Sur! :) Please pray for us. Don’t worry, I’ll bring lots and lots of pasalubong…stories and photos to share to all of you! :D Take care y’all.

I bought one of these cute head-dress/costumes.
Which one? Well, you better watch out for my post on that! :P


Enchanted Kingdom’s Celebrating its 13th year of Magical Fun. There will be a Fireworks Competition on October 25, a kick-off anniversary bash “Enchante” this October 26 and Spooky Halloween treat, where kids and teens alike can enter EK for free if they come in their fantasy-themed costumes, on October 31-November 02.

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