The Sunday Times Magazine

women-circle THE MANILA TIMES’ 2ND WOMEN CIRCLE FORUM

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A survey titled “EVA: Evaluation of the Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices of Filipino Women” reveals that Filipino women always put their family’s health concerns before their own. As such, if the women of the family—be they grandmothers, mothers, aunts, sisters or daughters—are the ones who are ill, a majority of…

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The idea was raised just once. Two weeks later, a flurry of messages and emails in between, the group found itself in convoy of vehicles rolling north of Metro Manila. To celebrate its first year anniversary in a meaningful way, the Society of Philippine Entertainment Editors (SPEEd) spent an afternoon…

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While corporate social responsibility endeavors have become a trend where proponents pursue a variety of advocacies like social awareness, charity, and environment, a company known for its more than 60 years of producing learners’ materials goes back to the person that matters most — the child or bata — who…

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LAST Sunday, The Sunday Times Magazine featured 17 Christmas tree lightings around the metro. If you still lack the festive mood of the holiday season, here’s another batch of tree-lighting events and yuletide offerings that will surely turn on your Christmas spirit. To enjoy these yuletide revelry, visit the following…

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Merchandise with Philippine National Artist’s embedded artworks now available In 2015, fans of the legendary Philippine National Artist Benedicto Reyes Cabrera, more popularly known as “BenCab,” were delighted to had have the chance to bring home a piece of the great artist’s work. The rare feat was made possible when…

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FILIPINO bassoon player Adolfo Mendoza performs as guest soloist in the fourth concert of the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Maestro Herminigildo Ranera on December 16 at the Cultural Center of the Philippines’ Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theater) at 8:00p.m. Program for the evening includes F. Suppe’s…

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It was Jean Dubuffet’s original term for art works that he collected and revered; later adopted by the Collection de l’Art Brut at Lausanne. Art Brut means “Raw Art,” “Outsider Art”. Dubuffet characterized art brut as, “works created from solitude and from pure and authentic creative impulses – where the…

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National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) continues to reach out to the international community and the Filipino community abroad through broadening the scope of its international cultural arm Sentro Rizal (SR). From September, the Sentro Rizal has expanded with the inauguration of several new centers. SR Doha, in…

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NCCA through Sentro Rizal, the Philippine Embassy in Israel and the Bialik Rogozin International Campus, with the support of the Office of Senator Loren Legarda, held its first ever teachers training on Filipino Language and Culture Program. In attendance were Philippine Ambassador to Israel Neal Imperial, Third Secretary and Vice…

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