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Homage to the acacia trees
Most of the trees are as old as the campus itself and it offer much-needed shade and bring in a relieving breeze even in the scorching heat
Indonesian community tells the story of Jesus through shadow puppets
The initiative showcases religious tolerance in the country as Javanese shadow puppetry is traditionally linked to Hindu traditions
‘Dialogo’ at ang kakaibang Filipina sa sining ni Celeste Lecaroz
Hindi lamang ganda ang kayang ibigay sa atin ng “Dialogo” kundi pasisisirin ka nito sa mas malalim na kahulugan ng damdamin
Malaysians take a shot at ancient pastime
Horseback archery was common for thousands of years in hunting and warfare but declined with the introduction of modern combat gear
‘My Name’ at ang paghahanap sa katotohanan
Napakahalaga sa panahon ngayon na kilatisin at alamin natin ang nagsasabi ng totoo at ang hindi
Reading, storytelling program aims to empower remote communities
Each “Book Nook” will also serve as a “culture space” for storytelling, arts and crafts, reading and writing workshops
Winning director Zhao makes Oscars history, but honor censored in China
Chinese movie director Chloe Zhao cemented her reputation as one of the most acclaimed directors in film with "Nomadland"
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Sabi nila, kung pipili ng iibigin, puso ang gamitin. Pero kung pipili ka ng liderato, baka puwedeng apps na nga lang ang sundin natin.
Review: ‘Raya and the Last Dragon’
"Raya and the Last Dragon" indeed represents and celebrates Southeast Asian culture with respect
Watch: ‘Up Close’ with Father John Mi Shen on the celebration...
Joe Torres is ‘Up Close' with Father John Mi Shen on the celebration of Chinese New Year in the midst of the pandemic