Binalot Launches Multiply Store
Filipinos love to eat and this is basically attributed to our love for cooking. But after a lot of fast food chains that were established in the country, we tend to forget our traditional dining taste. This is the reason why a group of young Filipinos pursued the rebirth of Pinoy classics like adobo and bistek, tapa and tocino, sisig and longganisa, even salted egg and tomato. They realized that Philippines has much to contribute to the culinary world and this led to the rediscovery of an age-old but very clever Filipino dining practice, eating on the banana leaves. Beyond cuisine, Binalot is really about advocating Pinoy values and culture, the best in and of the Filipino. With culinary excellence, Binalot aims to advance Pinoy excellence.
Old CDs that you would normally throw away can be recycled into chic jewelry. Before you throw them away, why not try to make them into a trendy necklace by cutting them into different shapes and attaching each piece on a chain. You can actually make a lot of different kinds of items, but for this tutorial, I will make a necklace.
Rebelasyon (Revelation), as in the receiving of miraculous insights and messages of Muhammad and Zoroaster, who eventually founded the prophetic religions of Islam and Zoroastrianism respectively, is by and large implicated of its orthodoxy to religion. The shamans and adherents of cults of nonliterate cultures who perhaps experienced auditory or visual phenomena from physical objects, Siddhartha Gautama’s “awakening from sleep of ignorance and achieved freedom from suffering” and being the first to reveal the liberating truth, and how principles and ways (Tao) are telling to Taoists are introspective of rebelasyon of the sacred or holy. Jesus Christ—the God’s own Son, His eternal Word and the perfect image of the Father—fulfills apex of rebelasyon of Christianity under the illumination of the Holy Spirit.
Silly People’s Improv Theater (SPIT), the county’s premiere improvisational theater troupe, will be celebrating its tenth anniversary by mounting the MANILA IMPROV FEST 2012: The First Philippine International Improv Festival, from June 28 to July 1 at the College of St. Benilde and at Quantum Cafe.
Hey guys! I’m still adjusting to the whole change of schedule with school, events and everything. I know that most of you are waiting for the updates of my craft tutorials and after a couple of months that I wasn't able to keep you posted, I promise that I will bring back my genius ideas in turning trashes into crafts and masterpieces (and something useful. hehe.) I am very happy and excited to share again easy-to-make and inexpensive recycled craft ideas but for now, I will just share my five favorite art crafts I did for different occasions.
Hanging Flower Ball
Flower balls are favorite decors for elegant events so why not turn colorful paper into extraordinary decorations for weddings, luncheons, parties and more. This is just so easy to make using recycled papers and other materials you can find at home. And what is good about this is that you can do it yourself and you don't need a florist at all - you save a lot of money!
Filipino visual artists are enjoined to participate in the 15th Asian Art Biennale Bangladesh 2012 from December 1 - 31, 2012.
Asian Art Biennale was conceived by the Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy with the assumption of continuity and change and the co-existence of modernity and tradition in the arts of Asian countries.
Artists in Asia have been influenced by this symbolizes of art and craft, and use elements of traditional art and craft as motifs even as they expose themselves to the modern trends in art and culture of the west. It is, therefore, not in a geographical sense that Asian art becomes meaningful and significant as a category; rather the ferment and flux in which it exists and the mutual accommodation with the west in which it thrives, give to Asian art a special identity.
"As the Operation Smile celebrates its 30th Anniversary, Sining Factory had the chance to be part of the press conference last June 6, 2012 at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Makati City. This was my first time to share something about advocacy and I am happy about it because it means a lot to me. I know that somehow, this words can reach the hearts of my readers and maybe some of them will have the virtue to help the children with cleft palates and cleft lips. Let us make a difference in their lives. Let us save them from a lifetime of shame. And I am considering this as an ART OF HELPING."
"It's easy to create beautiful projects out of the things you see around your house. Just be creative." -Noks Sosa
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