GUNITA: the 6th Anniversary Dance Concert

The La Salle Dance Company – Folk is the official folk dance group of De La Salle University-Manila under the Culture and Arts Office. The company expresses the traditional values of Filipinos through its dances and moves its audience toward a sense of love for its own culture.

UP LAKAN successfully held its annual book-drive project: Pambatang Buklatan

      UP LAKAN, a provincial, socio-civic, non-stock, non-profit, and non-partisan organization of the University of the Philippines – Diliman with students hailing from Bulacan, successfully held its annual book-drive project Pambatang Buklatan last November 10, 2018 at Bulacan Heights Elementary School at Bustos, Bulacan.

U-LOL: Noong bata ka, anong gusto mong maging paglaki mo?

When you were a just a child, did you dream of being on TV as a reporter covering the biggest events? Ever pretended to be a cashier just like the ones we see when mom brings us to the grocery store? Maybe, you wanted to save lives in the midst of danger such as firefighters?
In this week’s episode of U-LOL are “adults” who might have just fulfilled our childhood dreams… If you want to know what I’m talking about, watch the video below!

Spend your Mother-Daughter dates at Manna & Golde!

Words by Gemma Casimsiman
One common fact about mothers is that they are hard to please. They will find ways to criticize anything—whether it’s food, clothing, etc. Despite this, we all want to make sure they have fun and the best way to do that is to spend time with them!
See also: Kid at Heart? Games Cafe ‘Play Nation’ Will Take You Back to Your Childhood

Choice cuts meet Poblacion’s casual vibe at Concepto

Fancy a steak but don’t want to head out for fine dining? You can now leave the formalities behind because you can have your choice cuts together with beers or cocktails and slick beats at Concepto Poblacion’s casual vibe.

This BGC Restaurant Serves Affordable Japanese-Peruvian Rice Bowls!

Words by Mara Karniella Sugue
Photos by Trina Armedilla
Choosing where to eat is always a tough decision. With several restaurants out there, you of course want to find an affordable and unique place to eat at without sacrificing the quality and taste of the food.

And here I introduce to you Nikkei Nama Bar – a Japanese-Peruvian restaurant. The concept comes from the Japanese who resettled in Peru who then combined Peruvian ingredients with the Japanese style of cooking.


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