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  • Family Weekender Guide: Things To Do this July 29 to 31

    Concerts, marriage enrichment workshops, stage productions and other bonding activities for the family this weekend.
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    3. Watch a Filipino translation of a Shakespearean play.

    Titus Andronicus

    Opening this coming August 3 and running until August 5 is a presentation of William Shakespeare’s TITUS ANDRONICUS. It is the thesis production of AB-Production Design and AB-Technical Theater program of the De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde School of Design & Arts (SDA) directed and translated by Palanca awardee George De Jesus III. For tickets and other inquiries, please call or text: 09178387285 / 09155059439 / 09175020531 / 09163256772.

    4. Discover what exactly the Japanese concept of “cute” (kawaii) exactly means.



    Beginning this Friday, July 29, the Metropolitan Museum of Manila, located at the Bangko Sentral Ng Pilipinas Complex, will be holding a lecture called “Monuments & Mascots: The Aesthetics of Kawaiisa (Cuteness) in Japanese Culture”. The lecture will be conducted by Japanese Studies professor Tito Genova Valiente from the Ateneo de Manila University. For more information, call 523-0613, 523-7855 or 521-1517.

    Photo by Puno3000 via flickr creative commons



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