Philippine cuisine is a very good archetype to mount the different cultures that make up the 7,107 islands of the country. Each region in the Philippines has a distinguish cuisine that represents their cultures. Ilocanos are known for their traditional food which is kinilaw and dinengdeng. Kapampangans, on the other side are know for their sisig, Bicolano cuisines are more on gata and sili. But all of these food culture can be easily found at any carinderia which is you can see in every corner of every street anywhere in the country.
AltroMondo Gallery sets a stage to Filipino figurative artists to showcase their talents in visual arts. Last July 26th, the gallery unveiled TARIMA, a group exhibit featuring 14 contemporary artists including Xander Calceta, Keb Cerda, Jesus Genotiva, Caloy Gernale, Nino Hernandez, Joselito Jandayan, Ronald Jeresano, John Marin, Arden Mopera, Teody Racuya, Rem San Pedro, Chriseo Ripat, Valen Valero and Erick Villarruz.
City of Makati – The Filipino Visual Arts and Design Rights Organization (FILVADRO) successfully concluded the election of the Board of Trustees and the ratification of provisions in the articles of incorporation and by-laws in its first annual general assembly billed “Miting Pang-Abanse.”
Food represents a culture. The cuisine of Singapore is a picturesque of the ethnic diversity of their culture. Singapore became the crossroad of the different cultures and this phenomenon can be seen in their foods; influenced by the native Malay, Chinese, Indonesian, Indian and Western. We can also find the food culture of Sri Lanka, Thailand, Philippines and the Middle East making Singapore the food capital of Asia and the cuisine of Singapore a food attraction.
Together with the Philippines’ 7,107 beautiful islands come 7,107 equally exciting adventures and experiences for its locals and visitors alike. Tourists will easily find this welcoming and hospitable country a suitable second home filled with relaxing retreats, exciting escapades, and amazing adventures.
Interior Designing, as part of art goes far beyond decorating. It is an art of working with a space, making it into a functional and attractive surrounding and a better place to live, work and play. But for me to understand it more that I appreciate it, a little bit of exploration from the renowned hotels in Singapore was beneficial.
Once again, Jon Jaylo invites his audience to traverse into his own world — a world where the banal and the familiar are transformed into fantasy-inspired oddities. His recent works painstakingly grow in thought, and eventually evolve into a strange masquerade of animal-headed beings and dream-forged creatures. The Ayala Museum and the West gallery present Jon Jaylo's masterpieces on an exhibit, the “Duo,” which opens on August 1, 2012 at ArtistSpace, Second Floor, Glass Lane, AyalaMuseum, Makati Avenue. cor. Dela Rosa St., Greenbelt Park, Makati City. The show runs until Aug. 14. Gallery Opens from 9am to 6pm during weekdays and from 10am to 7pm during weekends.
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