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UKKIL at SUTLA: The traditional and decorative arts and textiles of Islamic Mindanao

August 5-30, 2014 | 3F North and South Wing Galleries

The Magbassa Kita Foundation and UP Vargas Museum mark the end of Ramadan, and the celebration of the Eid’l Fit’r with an exhibition showcasing the traditional decorative arts and textiles of the Islamic Peoples of Mindanao. 202 more words

Exhibit

‘Kidnapped’ Japanese freed

 A Japanese national whose ‘kidnapping’ puzzled authorities has been freed and turned over to the Japanese Consulate in Davao City.

Yashuhiro Nakamura was earlier in April reported to have been kidnapped in Maguindanao province in Central Mindanao while hunting for Japanese treasure. 129 more words

Davao City

Major flooding disrupts Ramadan in parts of Maguindanao, Philippines

It is the recurring flashfloods, not armed conflicts as what authorities had prepared for, that have been disrupting the on-going observance of Ramadan by residents in the province and surrounding towns in low-lying areas in North Cotabato. 604 more words

Landslide Alert