AUTHOR TRAVELS: THE PHILIPPINES – Inspire tourism “on the road”, with creative spaces by local artists

To be creative traveler: Philippines art You can call it whatever you want – the productive capacity of the imagination, creative talent or inventiveness – yet, in any continent, creativity has the same ability to take root, grow, mature and define the identifying profile of an entire human community. This is also, what happens in the Philippines https://guidetothephilippines.ph/articles/ultimate-guides/travel-guide-philippines, where by …

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PHILIPPINES: ONE COUNTRY, ONE SPIRIT – Where a motto it is embodying a set of common core values

Where you find humane, nature lover and nationalistic people Located about 195 miles south of Manila, Boracay https://guidetothephilippines.ph/articles/what-to-experience/boracay-tourist-spots is a small Philippine island in the Visayas region. People go there for the beautiful beaches and water sports, but without giving up the convenience of luxury hotels. Along the west coast, you will find a white beach surrounded by palm trees …

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ILLUMINATE THE INVISIBLE AND THE INAUDIT – Why photography must be a solitary art

A way to channel loneliness and isolation Born in 1987 and raised in Bambang, Xyza Cruz Bacani https://pulitzercenter.org/people/xyza-cruz-bacani studied nursing before leaving the Philippines to help her family financially. Over time, thanks to her expertise and photographic sensitivity, she became one of the Human Rights Fellows of the Magnum Foundation. The photographs she made, especially inspired by her experiences as …

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CLASSIC MODELS, SHARP AND SOFT IN SYMMETRY – When the glow of the dress leaves a lasting impression

Ezra Santos, a juxtaposition of grace and extravagance He is a Filipino fashion designer, a creative man with a heritage related to the culture of his people, something to draw on for his clothes. Dressing up Bollywood and Hollywood celebrities, Filipino fashion designer Ezra Santos http://www.positivelyfilipino.com/magazine/ezra-santos-fashion-artistry has become a figure of accentuated prominence and distinction in the Persian Gulf, where …

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VIVIDLY DESCRIBE THE STREET LIFE IN MANILA – The ability to write metaphors, on a human scale

The representation of lived lives, between two worlds Born in the Philippines, but raised in the United States, she graduated from Harvard College and Columbia University’s School of the Arts. Mia Alvar https://miaalvar.com/ received scholarships; her work has appeared in prestigious international journals. A collection of her short stories, “In the Country“, has won three prestigious international awards. Currently, she …

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CLEAR YOUR MIND AND FREE IT – When a song becomes a way of life

Julie Anne San Jose, a woman who explores cheerful music She sang on stage before becoming a full-fledged artist. Only then, she wake up the tightrope walker dancing inside her. When she turned three, her mother enrolled her in the Center for Pop Music, which helped get her to participate in the “Batibot” children’s show. In 2012, her “I’ll Be …

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WHERE YOU LEARN A NEW KIND OF THING – Melbourne, to discover creative minds

Stay in touch with something unusual There are many ways to tune in to the beauty of a place, but the way of implementation guaranteed by more possibilities passes exclusively through the memories of those who have already been there. So, as always dealing with the theme connected to an author’s journey, our invitation is to let yourself be advised …

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NOT A SIMPLE CITY CENTER, RATHER, A CULTURAL SCENARIO – Imagine you’re lucky in Melbourne

Australia, a wonderful country, then there is Melbourne If you are celebrating a special event in Melbourne, the Grand Hyatt https://www.hyatt.com/en-US/hotel/australia/grand-hyatt-melbourne/melbo can arrange services: a bottle of wine, flowers or a book to put in your room before your arrival. A famous Melbourne station, Melbourne Central, offers you the opportunity to step into an unusual environment. The Little Library https://www.melbournecentral.com.au/visitor-info/the-little-library …

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GIRL IN A MIRROR – 70s faces: gritty, poetic and elusive

Photography: a form of art in the pictorial era She, born in Melbourne in 1949, had studied photography at Prahran College with the absolute determination to capture the life of suburban gangs full of violent tomboys. Carol Jerrems https://www.portrait.gov.au/people/carol-jerrems-1949 spent the last months of her life in a hospital, where she died just before she turned 31, on a winter …

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WHEN BLACK IS A NEW BLACK – If you draws influences from what lies within you

Promote beauty in every form, empowering the wearer As you wander around Melbourne, imagine a place to find pieces uniquely inspired by bondage and the occult. He also imagines that that kind of Teale Coco https://twitter.com/tealecoco  stuff is handcrafted and in limited quantities. Now that you have imagined, a problem arises: do you have something against buying something that goes …

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THE DELINQUENTS, FROM NOVEL TO CULT FILM – Writing full time, after an illness

A girl named Lola and the characterization of a triumph There are those who say that heterosexual fulfillment and modernism are hidd within the pages of his first novel. Australian novelist Deirdre Cash https://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/cash-deirdre-9707 wrote under the pseudonym Criena Rohan. The Delinquents, her first novel, was describe as a “back-street Tristan and Isolde”. Born in Melbourne on a July day …

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AN ENCHANTED WOOD, FULL OF DELICACY – Elves and Fairies, honoured also on a postage stamp

Ida Rentoul Outhwaite, magic for few people What we are telling you is a story of fairy tales, feminism and an excellent reputation. Benjamin Bear, one of the characters she created in pen and ink watercolors, resembled a teddy bear, but there was also a koala inside him. Ida Sherbourne Rentoul Outhwaite https://documents.uow.edu.au/~morgan/outhwaite.htm, born in Melbourne in 1888, she showed …

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