The Sunday Times Magazine

ROSEMARIE BOSCH-ONG

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For many successful women, making it in their chosen careers means learning to work within male-dominated workplaces where the proverbial all boys’ club still prevails. In fact, these very women will be the first to admit that it can feel intimidating to break into industries generally monopolized by men, but…

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Priding one’s self in punctuality is what Citizen Watch – a Japanese company that produces world-famous timepieces – sought to instill in Filipino children as they participated in Olongapo City’s Citizen First Watch Project on April 4. Part of the company’s Citizen Social Contribution component, an initiative led by its…

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Actor-turned-Tourism Promotions Board COO Cesar Montano has been very busy these past couple of months. Following the launch of Cine Turismo, which recognized movies that helped promote the country as a tourism destination, he is now putting the spotlight on the country’s culinary scene with a project dubbed “Buhay Carinderia—Redefined.”…

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Spontaneous realism is a “spur-of-the-moment” style put forth by Austrian contemporary artist Voka. It is this movement that former ABS-CBN News Channel anchor Celeste Lecaroz has chosen to adhere to. From May 12 to 26, Licaros, one of the first, if not the only, spontaneous realism painter in the country…

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For her biggest solo exhibition Rogue Wave at Finale Art File on May 4, Nikki Ocean conspired with Nights of Rizal by Migi de Belen, and art and sci-tech journalist Czyka Tumaliuan to capture a visceral experience of her personal meditations on being and time. “I’ve always found social pressures…

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Although the Philippines has never been a colony of China, the influence of what is considered the largest nation and one of the oldest civilizations in the world on Filipino life is very much prevalent—from food selections to Chinese New Year celebration and following feng shui practices. Influential they may…

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The National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) announces the celebration of National Heritage Month in the month of May with the theme, “Pambansang Pagkakaisa para sa Pamana” (National Unity for Heritage). Led by Chairman and National Artist for Literature, Virgilio Almario together with the Head of Subcommission on…

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NCCA Chairman Virgilio Almario, through its National Committee on Dance led by its head Shirley Halili Cruz, spearheads the 2018 “Dance Xchange: The Philippine International Dance Workshop and Festival”. The fest returns to Dumaguete where the first ever Dance X was held. The four-day event will be happening on April…

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In continuation of the highly successful workshops held every April since 2014, the Cultural Center of the Philippines will stage the National Rondalla Workshop anew from April 24 to 28, in various venues of the CCP. The annual CCP National Rondalla Workshop is now recognized for having trained rondalla ensembles…

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First of two parts For many in the Filipino film community, no other scriptwriter can write about what is wrong in our society with more humanity and sympathy than Ricardo “Ricky” Lee. Among his peers, no one is more identified with the screenwriting profession than him. In a way, he…

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