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AAUW Education Foundation Scholarship Now Offered (United States

aauw foundation banner1 AAUW Education Foundation Scholarship Now Offered (United States

International Fellowships are awarded for full-time study or research to women who are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents. Fellowships support one year of study in the United States at the Master

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Manny Pacquiao VS. David Diaz Live Blog

Unfortunately than most Filipinos, I have work at a resort this Sunday. Instead of relaxing sitting a soft cushioned sofa drinking the best cold-drinks at my fridge, I am here at the resort waiting for the outcome of the game..

But, there’s hope after all. Michael David Smith provides an alternative media to all those who can’t see the live fight telecast but are able to log-on to the internet. This is courtesy of FANHOUSE.

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IABC Communication Camp for Senior School Publication Editors Offered

The International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) Philippine IABC Communication Camp for Senior School Publication Editors Offereds, the leading PR and communication industry group with a global network of 14,000 practitioners, is inviting senior editors of

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Lunsayng Bisaya Tigi Sa Pagsulat Og Sugilanon 2008

 Lunsayng Bisaya Tigi Sa Pagsulat Og Sugilanon 2008

ANG Lunsayng Bisaya, usa ka onlayn nga grupo sa mga Bisaya nga nagmahal sa pinulongan ug kulturang Bisaya, mapagarbohong mobukas sa usa ka tigi sa pagtagik og sugilanon. Kining maong tigi maoy kinaunhan nga gihimong outreach project sa grupo apan natibuok human sa taudtaod nga pagplano.

Lagda sa Pagsalmot:

1. Ang tigi bukas lamang sa kategoriya sa Sugilanon;

2. Usa lamang ka salmot sa matag magsusulat ang mahimong itampo.

3. Ang tigi bukas sa tanang magsusulat, propesyonal kun bag-ohanon, babaye man kun lalaki, edaran man kun batan-on. Ang mga sakop sa Lunsayng Bisaya lehitimo usab nga makaapil ning maong tigi gawas lang sa mga sakop sa sekretaryat;

4. Ang isalmot nga sugilanon kinahanglan nga maghubit sa tema sa kailhanan, kultura, ug sensibilidad nga Bisaya;

5. Ang tanang salmot sulaton sa pinulongang Binisaya kun sa Read the full story

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Participate and Attend Eiga Sai'08

eigasai08 Participate and Attend Eiga Sai'08In celebration of Philippines – Japan Friendship Month, the Japan Foundation, Manila, in cooperation with the Embassy of Japan, the Shangri-La Plaza Mall, the Cultural Center of the Philippines, and the UP Film Institute presents a glimpse of the Japanese culture in Eiga Sai ’08.

This year’s offering brings together 5 contemporary, 1 classical and 2 animae/manga films in 35mm format that would surely amuse Japanese film enthusiasts and the general public as well. An invitational screening of We Shall Overcome Someday (Pacchigi) by director Kazuyuki Izutsu will be held on July 8, 2008 (Tuesday) at 7:00 p.m. at the Shangri-La Plaza Cinema 3, Edsa, Mandaluyong City.

The film story tells about the situation during the 1960′s in Japan, the romance between a Japanese and an ethnic North Korean high school student, the sets of cultural differences intertwined by love and passion conquering its boundaries, which is torn by the realities of issues of life that still prevails. Likewise, it deals with music, sexual liberation, freedom and about doing what you want. We Shall Overcome Someday was ranked as the best Japanese film by the venerable Kinema Junpo in 2005.

Other films to be featured are Linda Linda Linda (Rinda Rinda Rinda, 2005, directed by Nobuhiro Yamashita), Canary (Kanaria , 2004, directed by Akihiko Shiota), Hanging Garden (Kuchu teien, 2005, directed by Toshiaki Toyoda), A Stranger of Mine (Unmei ja nai hito, 2004, directed by Kenji Uchida), and Juvenile Jungle (Kurutta Kajitsu, 1956, directed by Ko Nakahira).

In line with the celebration, the J-Pop Anime Matsuri to be hosted by the Embassy of Japan will be held on July 26 and 27 and the event includes the preview screenings of Chibi Maruko Chan (1990, written by Momoko Sakura) and The Girl Who Leapt Through Time (Toki o Kakeru Shoujo, 2001, directed by Mamoru Hosoda), a multi-awarded animae film that received the Grand Prize Award in the animation division of the 2006 Japan Media Arts Festival and the Special Distinction for Feature Film Awards at France 31st Annecy International Film Festival in June 2007.

All films will be shown with English subtitles. Screening venues are at the Shangri-La Plaza Cinema 3 (July 8 to 13, 26 & 27), CCP Dream Theater (August 7 to 10), and UP Film Institute (August 11 to 14 & 16). ADMISSION IS FREE. For detailed screening schedules and inquiries, please check the Japan Foundation, Manila website: www.jfmo.org. ph or call the JFM telephone numbers 811-6155 to 58.

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EU youth program 4.3 Seminar Projecy aims to create a more democratic world. The organizers choosed to work on this subject because there is a political unconsciousness in the world with regards to human rights. We would like to criticise and discuss political and democracy’s effect over media and communication.

If you would like to join contact

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Embassy of JAPAN invites you to join HAIKU 08 Writing Contest

The Embassy of Japan and the UST Haiku Group

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Chashama Film Festival is looking for any type of film (on dvd or vhs) that might be interesting for someone in another part of the world to see or be educated in.

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JOB OF THE DAY: eTelecare is Looking for Technical Support Representatives

eTelecare Global Solutions is aggressively hiring for Technical

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