Thursday, October 28, 2010
Maingay na tinugtog ang gyobanggo isa sa mga uri ng buk (drum o tambol) ng Korea para pasimulan ang okasyon o seremonya para sa pagtatanghal para sa pagkilala sa ambag ni Kim Satgat sa literatura ng Korea.
Mula sa wikipedia:
Korean drums play an important part in traditional Korean music, ranging from folk music to royal court music. There are a wide variety of shapes and sizes, for use both in accompanying other instruments and in special drumming performances. In the traditional Korean classification of instruments, drums are grouped with the hyeokbu, or instruments made with leather.
During the Joseon period, many types of drums were used for the royal court music, including the janggu, jwago, yonggo, gyobanggo, jingo, jeolgo, nogo, and others. Among these, the janggu was also used for folk music, and later became the most commonly used drum used in Korean music.
Muli paanyaya para sa 2010 PEBA International Photo Contest:
Thursday, October 21, 2010
Unang LP Entry sa taong 2010...
Tahimik, nagpapahinga at panandaliang nakaidlip si Zel Kim sa tabi ng malamig at banayad na umaagos na sapa ng Hwaseong Fortress mula sa mahaba at mataas na akyatan noong ikatlong Photowalk ng Filipino Photographers in South Korea (FILIPOS) nitong nakalipas na Linggo 17 ng Oktubre.
Siya ang kaunahang miyembro na Pilipinang nakapag-asawa ng Koreano dahil karamihan sa mga kasapi ay mga Pilipinong migrtanteng mangagagawang o di kaya mag-aaral.
Inaanyayahan ang mga Pilipino mahilig sa photography na nasa Korea na sumapi sa FILIPOS.
Paanyaya pa rin para sa patimpalak ng Philippine Expats/OFW Blog Awards (PEBA) Photo Contest. Ang mga detalye ay matatagpuan sa link na ito sa Facebook:
Sali po kayo!
Tuesday, October 19, 2010
Master of Arts in Inter-Asia NGO Studies (MAINS)
The program of Master of Arts in Inter-Asia NGO Studies started in 2007. Its multidisciplinary curriculum, and combination of academic and practical teaching is unique in the field of studies on social changes, non-governmental organizations and civil society. MAINS is offered by SungKongHoe University in collaboration with such institutions as the ARENA. The curriculum covers a wide range of current issues from both regional and global perspectives, placing a special focus on the development of solidarity among civil society participants.
MAINS is intended for those who have been contributing, or have the potential to contribute, to more equitable social changes in Asia. Benefiting from both academic and practical resources in SungKongHoe University, MAINS offers intense and flexible preparation for those seeking leadership and development skills in civil societies in Asia.
More from this link - http://www.skhu.ac.kr/Main/Homepage/Eng/E05_01.aspx
MAINS Admission Guide2011
Saturday, October 16, 2010
Nanay and Tatay after the ceremony for the Town (Municipality of Pinili, Ilocos Norte) Awarding of 2010 Model OFW Family Award.
This year the MOFYA 2010 is joint project of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) and OWWA sponsored by SM Supermalls, Banco De Oro and Globe with the theme “Para sa Matatag na Pamilyang OFW.” It is very closely related to PEBA's theme this year.
Support PEBA, and nominate Expat/OFW Bloggers for 2010 PEBA. Few more days left.