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Preserving the Philippine Culture for the New Generation

Preserving the Philippine Culture for the New Generation
Bauan, Batangas – PHILIPPINES – Upon my arrival in Manila last December 7th, I received an invitation from a friend Cecile Cordero-Diaz who, like me, was a former member of the Bayanihan, the Philippine National Dance Company. The invitation was for me to be one of the judges for her upcoming Philippine folkdance competition of “The Elementary, Grades 7, 8, 9, and...

Uproar of Taiko Drumming in San Francisco

Fushu Daiko & Matsuriza from FL
San Francisco Taiko Dojo celebrated their 45th anniversary in 2013. Taiko is a traditional Japanese Drumming which has widely spread amongst United States in the past few decades. Grand Master Seiichi Tanaka, who established San Francisco Taiko Dojo, was the first to bring this cultural art performance to America. Ever since, the number of students exceeded 15,000, and he has been recognized by many countries. Last year, he...

Orlando Downtown Library hosts Chinese New Year event

Chinese School of CAACF
Orlando downtown library-goers got a chance to celebrate the Chinese New Year through a one-hour program presented by the Chinese School of CAACF on February 21, the third day of the Lunar New Year. CHARGE dragon boat team of CAACF kicked off the program by performing a dragon dance, marching from the outside. Dragon dance, signifying the power, prosperity and...

Spectacular Chinese Culture Variety Shows at Confucius Institute of Miami Dade College

For the celebration of Chinese Mid-autumn Festival and “Confucius Institute Day”, two grand Chinese culture and art shows were held by the Confucius Institute at Miami Dade College, at Wolfson and at Kendall campuses on September 25th and 26th, respectively. The show, given by the performing troupe from Jiangsu Normal University in China, was sponsored by Confucius Institute Headquarters...

CHRISTMAS illumination in Tokyo Midtown Starlight Garden

CHRISTMAS illumination in Tokyo Midtown Starlight Garden
Tokyo Midtown’s annual Christmas celebration returns with the same theme as last year “Someone is somebody’s Santa Claus” – presumably because they’d like you to buy something from one of the high end shops in the Galleria shopping center. The highlight of the event – as always – is the “Starlight Garden”.  The 2,000m² midtown park square (behind the complex)...

“One-on-One With Don Bronto” at the Bayanihan Arts and Events Center in Tampa

One-on-One With Don Bronto
As a revival of its Pop Concert Series Program, the Philippine Cultural Foundation, Inc. proudly presents “One-on-One With Don Bronto” on Friday, November 13, 2015 at 7:30PM at the Bayanihan Arts and Events Center in Tampa, Florida. Don Bronto will be joined by Melizza Villanueva, MJ Sta. Ana, Connie Chanrasmi and Nhick Ramiro Pacis as guest artists. Tampa Bay’s very own Don...

Venerable Master Hsing Yun’s One-stroke Calligraphy Exhibition

On July 5, Venerable Master Hsing Yun's One Stroke Calligraphy Grand Opening Exhibition at the Orange County Administration Building.  Exhibition will open to public till July 29th.  This is a free event. For more information about the exhibit, visit www.fgs.org.tw/fgsart The Orange County Administration Building’s “Atrium Gallery” at 201 South Rosalind Ave, Orlando, Florida 32801. which is part of a...

INHERITANCE FROM MOTHER-Echoes of de Beauvoir-Camus-Woolf-in New Novel from Japanese Author Mizumura

***Winner of the Osaragi Jiro Award, commemorating the most accomplished book in prose, including both fiction and non-fiction*** Minae Mizumura, one of Japan’s most important writers today, is celebrated for her ability to draw from classics like Wuthering Heights and The Great Gatsby, to create something distinctly her own, and in her new novel INHERITANCE FROM MOTHER (Other Press Hardcover;...

First Exhibition to Pair Rival Artists Kuniyoshi and Kunisada at MFA Boston

AUGUST 11–DECEMBER 10, 2017 In August, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA), opens an exhibition of works by rival artists Utagawa Kunisada (1786–1864) and Utagawa Kuniyoshi (1797–1861), the two foremost designers of ukiyo-e woodblock prints in 19th-century Japan. Kunisada was the popular favorite during his lifetime, famous for realistic portraits of Kabuki theater actors, sensual images of beautiful women and...

“Tokyo-Ga” art exhibition unveiled at Miami International Airport by Japanese and MIA officials

“Tokyo-Ga” at Miami International Airport (MIA) is the first exhibition devoted to Japanese culture at MIA. The “Tokyo-Ga” (images of Tokyo) project began in response to a devastating tsunami and earthquake that claimed thousands of lives in Japan in 2011. The portfolio showcases images of the multifaceted Japanese capital, which reflect the contrast between the country’s tradition and modernity....
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