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Top dancers from across Asia will be performing an exciting collaborative street dance show in Manila at DANCE DANCE ASIA on April 28, 2017 (Fri) 8:00pm and April 29, 2017 (Sat) 3:00pm at the Teresa Yuchengco Auditorium, De La Salle University, Manila, FREE Admission for everyone.
Experience the latest in technology and gaming this March 23 to 24 as Far Eastern University Institute of Technology presents iTamGameCon17, a two-day convention to raise funds for an outreach event in Cavite. Organized by the Computer Engineering Organization in coordination with the Junior Philippine Computer Society and the Alliance of Information Technology Students, iTamGameCon17 will serve as a venue for rising indie game developers, current trend of gaming peripherals, aspiring home grown cosplayers, FEU IT’s finest LoL players, exclusive game releases, seminars, and exhibits from various companies that made gaming in the Philippines a boom.
Summer is almost here, and what better way for lovers of Japanese culture to welcome the season than to enjoy a fun-filled festival. Coming this March 31 is Hinomoto’s Natsu Matsuri: A Japanese Summer Festival at Ateneo de Manila University’s Bellarmine Field. With free entrance to to the event, everyone can get to experience a traditional Japanese summer festival through fun games, great food, and exciting live performances.
Historic University of Santo Tomas became the scenic setting for UST Photoshoot for a Cause: Larawan Tulong sa Pamarawan, as cosplayers, photographers, and enthusiasts show that they are always eager to lend a helping hand. A good number of them got to take part in the event, and more importantly, got to give back to the broader community they belong to. arkadymac.com is the official media partner of the event and we are happy to being you the highlights from last weekend.
As the culminating event for their 25th anniversary celebration, UP Tomo-Kai’s Hiyaw was indeed the rich and exciting cultural night with just the feel of a Japanese summer festival right at the heart of the UP-Diliman campus. The event brought together the best aspects of Filipino and Japanese culture by showcasing the talents of local and invited studentry, and having attendees enjoy a great time together. arkadymac.com is glad to be an official media partner for Hiyaw, and we are pleased to bring you the highlights of this wonderful event.
This April, our good friends at UP Tomo-Kai will be having its 25th anniversary celebration, and they will be having four different events: a photo exhibit, an interactive exhibit, an acoustic café, and a Japanese-themed cultural festival—all at Hanakotoba: Poetry of Flowers. arkadymac.com is an official media partner for their events, and we invite you as our team covers and brings you the highlights of this fascinating set of activities in store FREE for everyone, even from those outside UP Diliman campus.
The Japanese exchange students from the UP International Center got to share fun, colorful and interesting aspects of their culture as they opened Japanese Night 2016 to the public last weekend at their residence in UP Diliman Campus. This year the students have chosen “furusato”(ふるさと) as their theme, literally meaning “hometown.” The word invokes a sense and feeling of nostalgia among the Japanese, as it brings to mind fond memories of family and friends there, and they wish to impart those feelings with their Filipino friends through unique activities, food and attractions.
Get the chance to experience the fun, colorful and interesting aspects of Japanese culture for free as Japanese exchange students of the University of the Philippines Diliman will be having their official annual event, JAPANESE NIGHT 2016 “FURUSATO” on the 12th of February 2016, at the UP International Center. Already on its 11th year, Japanese Night aims to promote cultural exchange of Japan and the Philippines through food and cultural activities, and everyone is invited, free admission, to this exciting event.
We at arkadymac.com love school events that celebrate the studentry’s love and admiration for cosplay and Japanese culture, which was why we were pleasantly glad to take part in Tanabata VII at Philippine Normal University in Manila. Organized by PNU NAMI, a university org that bridges both Filipino and Japanese culture together, Tanabata featured a festival of creativity and talent, highlighted by wonderful performances as well as the PNU leg of the Best of Anime Interschool Cosplay Competition. arkadymac.com is their exclusive media partner, and we are happy to bring you our coverage of their event.
With the feel of a Japanese summer festival right at the heart of the UP-Diliman campus, UP Tomokai’s Uli-uli was indeed the rich and exciting cultural night it was envisioned to be, bringing together the best aspects of Filipino and Japanese culture by showcasing the talents of local and invited studentry, and having attendees enjoy a great time together. arkadymac.com is glad to be an official media partner for Uli-uli, and we are pleased to bring you the highlights of this wonderful event.