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WHERE SKIN EMITTE A CARAMEL CREATIVITY – You cannot bring a Filipino journey to life, without losing something substantial

Traveling where it pays to be interested in what did not happen The average temperature in the Philippines http://experiencephilippines.org/ is 86degreesF (30degreesC). Being an archipelago, its offers countless adventures to experience and activities to do. Some parts of the country such are warm and comfortable in all seasons and can be visit throughout the year. As different bodies of water …

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THE ARTIST WHO CAME FROM THE MASSES – Carlo J. Caparas, a conflict of aesthetic systems

When an Artist Award it is declared void  He is known as a director of numerous massacre films such as Kuratong Baleleng. Filipino comic strip creator and writer-turned film director he was born in Pampanga in 1958. At the University of Santo Tomas Hospital in Manila, Donna Villa, passed away when was 57. Together with husband, Carlo J. Caparas https://www.facebook.com/LenteNiCaparas/, …

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WHEN THE STARS SHINE IN A PHOTOGRAPHER’S WORK – BJ Pascual, a creative with an impressive fan base

Make interesting things from various cultures In elementary, he would always bring a camera to school, taking photos of friends in his makeshift bedroom studio. Before attended Parsons in New York, he attended De La Salle University in Manila. Best known for being specializes in fashion photography that he shares also through Instagram in 2013 professional photographer BJ Pascual https://www.outthere.travel/bj-pascualmanila/ …

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A FASHION DESIGNER AND HIS MAGICAL GOWNS – Michael Cinco, a passion for fashion

When you become a designer known for stunningly beautiful clothes In 1997, he moved to Dubai, a haven of couture, a big leap for him. From her stage performances to red carpet appearances, Jennifer Lopez is a frequent wearer of his gowns. Designer Michael Cinco https://www.michaelcinco.com/ finds inspiration in architectural features. He was born on a 1971 August day in …

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WRITING VISITS, LIKE GRACE – Merlinda Bobis; postcolonial conflicts, alongside the borders of transnationalism

When painting with words is cheap Merlinda Bobis https://www.merlindabobis.com.au/biography.htm is a Philippine-Australian writer and academic. Her poems includes a bilingual epic, which she recites in live performances. Her greatest gift is the comfort of transformation. Written in both Filipino and English, her works integrates elements of the traditional culture with modern experience. Now she lives in Australia, but was born in Legaspi …

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STAR IN A MILLION – Aicelle Santos, first undefeated Pinoy Pop superstar

When a song competition open many doors She was only six years old when she began musical training, then also went on to study piano at the University of the Philippines. Aicelle Santos https://ko-kr.facebook.com/notes/aicelle-santos/aicelle-santos/154668821263836 is known as a member of the girl group Diva and nicknamed the Philippines’ Ballad Princess, she is a versatile singer and actress achieved widespread fame …

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ON THE ROAD, TOWARDS THE PHILIPPINES – Dream, live and remember

Life is a journey and those who travel to Philippines live three times On the Road https://www.amazon.it/Road-Jack-Kerouac/dp/0141182679 is a novel from 1951, based on a series of car trips across the United States, including by hitchhiking. If you plan to leave for the Philippines, add that book by Jack Kerouac in the suitcases packed next to your bed. Why read …

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YOUR LONDON’S CREATIVE COLLAGE – Discovering the creative industry of a city

Walking next to the world’s most creative talents Built in 1700 and rebuilt in 1876, it claims to have been the first pub to sell Porter. Welcome to 39 Great Eastern (Shoreditch, London), where an inconspicuous pub the Old Street Tube https://www.theoldbluelast.com/, gives you the opportunity to observe an incredibly trendy clientele while enjoying lunchtime snacks not forgetting that the …

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A PEN NAME, BEFORE WW2 – Antonia Yeoman, a major cartoonist and Punch contributor for many years

When write, “A gentleman left this for you, Sir” If during your trip to London you want to add a good comic book to your shopping cart, there are several shops in the city where you can buy comic books and albums, such as Forbidden Planet https://forbiddenplanet.com/stores/london-megastore/, the largest and most famous comic book, science fiction, fantasy and cult retailer. …

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TIMELESESS THEMES INTO 20TH CENTURY ROOTED PAINTINGS – Simon Quadrat, the unguarded moment’s painter

When childhood all supplement memory, feeding imagination If you are looking for London‘s Naive Art Museums, you need to know about the British Folk Art Collection https://britishfolkartcollection.org.uk/origins-of-the-collection/. In 1993, the Peter Moores Foundation http://www.roh.org.uk/support/trusts-and-foundations/peter-moores-foundation acquired the Collection, now housed in Compton Verney (Warwickshire). Upon entering the Tate London Museum https://www.tate.org.uk/art/art-terms/n/naive-art, you will find that naive art refers to artists who …

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A LONDON BASED FASHION BEAUTY PHOTOGRAPHER – John Sansom, create something beautiful

When authenticity breathes through photographic work If you want to add something useful and memorable to your journey into London creativity, you may want to consider purchasing a book that covers topics related to fashion. A well-stocked library certainly has vast areas reserved for this subject. Choose yours and ask for The little pink book. Ny-Lon-Paris shopping https://www.ibs.it/the-little-pink-book-ny-libri-vintage-vari/e/2560752062063, or The …

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WHEN FASHION PROFITS BE DONATED TO A CAUSE – That Gorilla Brand, fresh and minimalist designs with quality execution

Not only hoodies and joggers London has streets dedicated to shopping, but also specialized areas for luxury goods, such as Mayfair. For original discoveries, you will have to go to Notting Hill, while at Harrods you can do some relatively inexpensive shopping. For a characteristic shopping area, do not miss Seven Dials https://www.visitlondon.com/it/cosa-fare/place/44576509-seven-dials, full of shops and restaurants, the right …

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WRITING WITH WRYNESS THE EVERYDAY HUMAN FOIBLES – Gillian Tindall, a lucid and formal prose, melted in movement

Reflect on a lifetime’s interest, in historical recovery If you too think that bookstores are magical places, in which to savor the knowledge of the centuries, your stay in London needs some more photographic shots, because Daunt Books https://dauntbooks.co.uk/our-shops/ is the most photographed bookshop in the city. The charming three-story building has windows that illuminate the rooms with natural light. …

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A POETIC HURRICANE-VOICED SINGER – Florence and the Machine, a bamboozling concoction of child and mystical soothsayer

A captivating theatrical stage presence Built in 1700 and rebuilt in 1876, it claims to have been the first pub to sell Porter. Welcome to 39 Great Eastern (Shoreditch, London), where an inconspicuous pub the Old Street Tube https://www.theoldbluelast.com/, gives you the opportunity to observe an incredibly trendy clientele while enjoying lunchtime snacks not forgetting that the pub serves Adnams …

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