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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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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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NOT A PLACE, BUT A NEW WAY OF SEEING THINGS – From Banang until Parañaque, to bring power and love back into your life.

Peaceful country will easily make you feel at home. “I read; I travel; I become.” With this Derek Walcott words, wherever you go, The Philippine they becomes a part of you somehow. Is an archipelago bounded by the Pacific Ocean to the east the Bashi Channel, to the north the Sulu and the Celebes Seas to the south. Travel to …

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DRAMATIC COMPOSITION AND WONDERFUL LIGHT CONTRASTS – Xyza Cruz Bacani: Street and documentary photographer based in Hong Kong.

Using photographic work to raise awareness about under-reported stories. Born 1987, she is a Filipina street photographer and documentary photographer. She is now a full time photographer, working on various under reported projects around the world. The eldest of three children, she grew up in Bambang (Nueva Vizcaya). Before leaving the Philippines (to raise funds for the education of her …

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