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The Republic of Egypt is looking for young painters to join their painting contest about the children’s point of view about Egypt. The competition is open to children all over the world between the ages 4 to 18. The purpose of participating is to allow children from all over the…

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Baguio City: Tam-Awan arts village in Baguio City opens Pitik, a collection of 14 new works featuring house artists Randy Nimer and Resty Lopez. Pitik is a colloquial term for “click” as style adopted by both Nimer and Lopez in their latest exhibit featuring a mix of photography and painting.…

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Haribon recently witnessed the physical destruction of ivories as it joined the global efforts to stamp out illegal wildlife trade initiated by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR). The DENR recently destroyed at least five tons of smuggled elephant tasks using road roller, making the Philippines the first…

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Anti-mining advocates and bikers led a bike tour from the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Central Office to the Supreme Court in Manila to highlight the negative social and environmental impacts of mining and call to repeal the Mining Act of 1995 (Republic Act 7942). This is in…

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Haribon has just released the June 2013 issue of Haring e-Bon, a monthly electronic newsletter documenting real issues and challenges in conservation work. In Haring e-Bon June issue, find out how Haribon celebrated the World Environment Month Day on June 5. Check out pledges submitted by Haribon staff, partner institutions,…

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‘‘Once around the park and home, James” is a stiff-upper lip cliché for rich British ladies—perhaps even the Queen—when talking to their chauffeurs. For the rest of the world, the motor car that immediately comes to mind with this phrase is none other than the Rolls Royce. Among the United…

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ZAMORA ZAMORA wished to make a 17’-tall rubber stamp. She wanted to build it in secret and had no wish to show it after the completion. Metal, wood, papier mâché, no, the materials mattered less than the height. The rubber stamp shall be set to 23 JUN 2018, the date…

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Nostalgia must remain a word foreign like the hiss and lick and release from the roof of a stranger’s mouth, must seek to become etymology running back to years of lost avenues, To music and a late morning sky, or to an afternoon of you Blessing a stairwell with shadow,…

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Or this watch was once on my wrist, the shards of its glass now many and sharp like candle flames, the metal disc, still polished, the only surviving tray of a shattered house. Tiny gears lay scattered, unmeshed, like false teeth moulded by nimble fingers then abandoned, swept off the…

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The National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) is now accepting entries to the 2013 NCCA Writers’ Prize. This is done through NCCA’s Plans, Project Formulation and Program Division (P/PPFPD)-Institutional Programs. The deadline of submission is on July 31. This year’s categories include Poetry in Bikolano language, Novel in…

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