Preserving The Philippine Culture in America is Alive and Well in Tampa, Florida

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SINGKIL
It is believed that there are many very good Philippine dance groups all over the United States supervised by talented former dancers themselves who have settled in the U.S. Most of these groups are not funded by any government grants except a few, yet they survive because the directors and choreographers dedication sacrifices every weekend with no...

Calbee Hokusai potato chips

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This year celebrating the 260th anniversary of the birth of the famous Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai. Calbee Potato Chips cooperated with the Sumida Hokusai Art Museum in Tokyo to launch a variety of special Ukiyo-e packaging, including the popular masterpiece "Mount Fuji Seen Below a Wave at Kanagawa". It's so beautiful that you want to stock up...

Amazing Vietnamese Carpenter Wooden Model Vehicles

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A Vietnam craftsman has shared videos on YouTube of 11 different scale vehicle models being carved out of wood. The videos with most having in excess of 5 million views each and one video of a Toyota Land Cruiser V8 currently get 53 million views. https://youtu.be/5kVa_VHOMNw “The artist behind...

Introducing the United Arts Empower the Arts Campaign

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UNITED ARTS OF CENTRAL FLORIDA - Empower the Arts Campaign.
United Arts of Central Florida is launching a new fundraising campaign to help support small and midsize arts and cultural organizations in Orange County! The 2020 Empower the Arts Campaign will run from July 15 to September 15, 2020, with a goal to collectively raise $162,000. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EySruOFBiss New this...

Zebra Crossing Becomes “Street Fighter” Battlefield

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French street artist OakOak has already surprised us with his very simple but clever street art before. This time, the French street artist is using the white strips of the pedestrian crossing as his canvas. OakOak is a French street artist hailing from Saint Etienne, France. He transforms mundane objects using...

Japanese Mom Makes Adorable Cartoon Characters Bento

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Bento is a part of Japanese culture and is gaining popularity all over the world. It is not just a daily meal packed in a box, but sometimes it is art, other times is a place to express your feelings. Bento box is filled with joy and pleasure!

Matsuriza Taiko Keeps Japanese Culture Alive at Epcot for 25 Years

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Matsuriza Taiko
The traditional Japanese Taiko drumming group, Matsuriza, was founded in the United States in 1988. Matsuriza, which means “Festival of Drumming” was named in hopes that the festive performance would bring joy and energy to its audience, transcending cultural boundaries. It has been a World Showcase staple at Walt Disney World’s Epcot, for over 25 years. The group’s leader, Takemasa...

Asian Lantern Festival illuminates Central Florida

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The Asian Lantern Festival is coming back to Central Florida this holiday season. The Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens host an evening wonderland of lights during the Asian Lantern Festival: Into the Wild. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w4TI-Duqo30&feature=youtu.be The Asian Lantern Festival shows off thousands of colorful handmade paper lanterns...

FusionFest 2019 is coming up on November 30 & December 1!

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FusionFest is coming back to downtown Orlando on Thanksgiving weekend. Come share a smile and your heritage and “you may discover just how different other people really aren’t!” Discover the world through interactive experiences and contests for food, fashion, spoken word, music, dance, short films and more. https://www.facebook.com/FusionFestOrlando/videos/713683815811028/

MFA Boston & UNIQLO Launch T-Shirt Collection Inspired by Ukiyo-e Prints

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UNIQLO's Edo Ukiyo-e UT Graphic Tee Collection incorporates designs from works by Hokusai (left) and Hiroshige (right), drawn from the MFA's collection
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA), and global apparel retailer UNIQLO announced on Aug 6th the launch of the Edo Ukiyo-e UT Graphic Tee Collection, inspired by ukiyo-e woodblock prints from the Museum’s preeminent holdings of Japanese art. Ukiyo-e, which translates to “pictures of the floating world,” was a genre of paintings and prints popular in the 19th century,...
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