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Friday, November 30, 2007

PAGDANGAL SA MAKATA AT KARAPATANG PANTAO

RUEL CAASI

RUEL CAASI
Oil Paintings
New Works on Canvas and Paper
The Drawing Room
November 24 - December 15, 2007



The Drawing Room is located at G/F, Metrostar Bldg., 1007 Metropolitan Avenue, Makati City Philippines. For more information please call (632) 897 7877 or (632) 897 6990
Email: drawings@pldtdsl. net /
www.drawingroomgallery.com.ph/

VERSES IN BRUSH AND BRASS

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

THE 4TH SUNRISE FESTIVAL

The Sunrise Festival is a celebration of arts held annually in the different regions of Maharlika (Philippines). A collaborative effort among professional and upcoming artists in the country, it is the first national event organized by the Maharlika Artists and Writers Federation. The festival is a start of a continuing national cultural movement to develop a high value and a total integration of all aspects of arts in the country: music, theatre, literary, dance, senses, emotions and intuition and spirit.

The festival is a three-day art event participated by artists with the sole purpose of uplifting humanity through arts. The event discusses how new technology and outlook are transforming artists and art communities into medium of social and cultural transformation.

This gathering has been going on for three years and is being held in different pre assigned regions of Maharlika. The inaugural event was held in Cebu City and was covered by an international Japanese broadcast network. The past years saw an increase in participation that included international artists performing in the country's world-renowned island resort of Boracay and Dumaguete city.
Programme of Activities

Friday - November 23, 2007

8:00 am - Arrival of participants, VOCAS, Session Road.

3:00 – 3:30 p.m. – The Pinoy concept of art, ritual and revolt. Professor Dulce Cuna, University of the Philippines, Tacloban City

3:30 pm – 6:00 pm ART FORUM: INDIOGENIUS ARTKatrin de Guia, Prof. Dulce Cuna, Dr. Victorio Sugbo, Ben Cab, Marvin Panaten, Kidlat Tahimik, Momo Dalisay, Dennis Teves

6:00pm – 11:00pmPerformance Art, Poetry Reading, Music, Theater, Film Showing, introduction of delegates, distribution of certificates, art exhibitNote: Artists and Writers group report on Artist Community Development in their respective area will be presented in between performances.

Saturday November 24, 2007

6: 00 am – Ibaloi Ritual

9:00 am – 9:30 am – Visual Art Exhibit by MAWF Artists, Baguio Museum

11:00 am – 12:00 am – PRESSCONPanel – Dennis G. Teves, Kidlat Tahimik, Deo Palma, Sonny Bugnosen, Momo Dalisay, Marvin B. Panaten, Mrs. Divina Bautista and Prof. Dulce Cuna

2:00 pm – 2:30 pm – Art Installation Exhibits by MAWF Artists

2:30 – 4:00 PM – Art Forum on Indigenous Culture and ArtsKatrin de Guia, Prof. Dulce Cuna, Dr. June Prill Brett, Dr. Victorio Sugbo, Marvin Panaten, Dennis Teves, Momo Dalisay, Kidlat Tahimik

4:30 pm – 6:00 pm - Parade from Convention Center to Session Road to Burnham Park

6:00 pm - 10:pm- Cultural Night

Sunday November 25, 2007

5:30 AM – 7:00 am – Welcoming the Sunrise - universal spiritual songs, chanting, meditation and rituals.

7:00 am – 8:00 am – Breakfast at the S, Skating Rink, Burnham Park

9:00 am – 10:00 am – evaluation and core group plans for the next 2008 sunrise festival

10:00 am – 12:00 pm – martial art

12:00 – 3:00 – lunch

3:00 pm – 4:30 pm - dharma talk; “engaged buddaism in today’s Society”kelsang tonglam, head, hongkong NKT dharma centre

4:30 pm– 6:30 pm– Poetry Reading and WorkshopDr. Victorio Sugbo, International Awardee, authority on Waray literature; Shiela Castillo, founder, Ambahan Literary Circle

6:30 pm– 7:30 pm – spiritual film “one”

RESPITE

Friends in the Art Scene,


I am taking an five-day respite (22 - 26 November 2007) from this online broadcast/publishing to travel to Baguio City and be part of the 4th Sunrise Festival. Be assured that e-mail blasts in the succeeding days shall cover the events of the said festival as well as other art-related events in the Philippine art scene.


Please continue to participate in our LINK-UP attempt by subscribing to the Artepinas blogsite and sending via email your online site links. A jpeg image of an artwork to identify you in the link-up is also required. You can send your details at
link@artepinas.tk.


Everyone is also welcome to utilize the CBox of our blogsite for exchange of messages and other shout-outs.


Our online broadcast/publishing resumes next week.


Until then.



Joey Martinez
+63.922.331.41.08


SIKIL

Sikil
(Unspoken Passion)

Two men and a woman in a bizarre love triangle…


The UP Film Institute is proud to premiere yet another digital feature that is making the rounds of the world to bring honor to the country and find it an enviable place in the map of global cinema. Ronaldo Bertubin’s Sikil (Unspoken Passion) screens this November 22 Thursday at 5 and 7 p.m.

Billed as a bizarre love triangle, Sikil tells the story of childhood friends who grew up in a small town south of Manila. They would each struggle to seek their true worth, their true identities and ultimately the elusive experience of love much more of the kind that dare not speak its name.

Sikil received its world premiere at the 28th Mostra de Valencia Cinema del Mediterrani (Valencia International Film Festival, 16-24 October 2007). It then proceeded to Mexico for the inaugural of the Cancun International Film Festival (Official International Film Festival for the City of Cancun, 14-18 November 2007). Next stop for the dramatic film come New Year is the 19th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival (Nortel Networks Palm Springs International Film Festival, 3-14 January 2008).

For more inviting info, visit: www.sikilfilm.com.




Sikil
Digital Feature from New Life Cinema (2007, 108 minutes)
Premieres on Nov 22 Thu 5/7 p.m.
Official Selection (World Premiere)—2007 Valencia IFF; Official Selection—1st Cancun IFF; Official selection—2008 Palm Springs IFF
Direction: Ronaldo Bertubin. Screenplay: Romualdo Avellanosa. Cast: Ken Escudero, Wil Sandejas, Ashley Silverio, Dido de la Paz, Anita Linda.
Unrated and uncut
For mature viewing

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

60th AAP ANNUAL ART COMPETITION 2007



RULES AND REGULATIONS

Kindly read the rules and regulations carefully. The AAP shall strictly implement the rules published herein. All members/competitors are required to comply.

GENERAL RULES

1. The 60th AAP Annual Art Competition 2007 is open to all bonafide members.
2. Regular Members may join all five (5) categories.
3. Associate Members 16-20 years of age as of submission date may join only the Special Categories, namely Art Photography and Drawing.
4. MEMBERSHIP AND FEES:
a. Membership should be renewed on or before the date of submission by paying the annual dues. Non-members who wish to join should apply first.
b. Regular Membership is open to artists, Fine Arts students, art enthusiasts and cultural workers 21 years old and above.
c. Associate Membership is open to artists 16-20 years old as of submission date who may be students, art enthusiasts or cultural workers.
d. For bonafide members and applicants, please submit two (2) recent 1”x1” photos for the AAP Identification Card.
e. For new members, please submit a comprehensive resume, two (2) recent 1”x1” photos for the AAP Identification Card and fill up the AAP Bio Data.
f. Regular Membership Fee is Two Hundred Fifty Pesos (Php 250.00) for both renewal and new membership.
g. Associate Membership Fee is Two Hundred Fifty Pesos (Php 250.00) as well.
h. A participant may join several categories, provided that ONLY ONE ENTRY PER CATEGORY will be submitted.
i. Entry Fee is Two Hundred Fifty Pesos (PhP 250.00) per category.
5. ALL ARTWORKS SHALL BE FOR SALE. Artist prices are subject for review by the AAP Board. The AAP is entitled to a 30% share of the sale value.
6. An entry is considered to be an artistic product of an individual. NO GROUP ENTRIES SHALL BE ALLOWED. All artworks should be the original artistic creation of the participating artist. Non-compliance will result to disqualification of entry or revocation of title.
7. All entries must be SIGNED. Information to be written on the Entry Details Form and attached at the back of entry: artist’s name, address, contact details, category, entry title and price.
8. Each entry should be accompanied by a 5” x 7” (5R) colored photograph of the artwork, with the same information as above written on the Entry Details Form and attached at the back of photo. You may also avail of the services of the AAP Official Photographer for a minimal fee.
9. Entries for the Painting, Mixed Media, Art Photography and Drawing Categories should be framed and have provisions for hanging. Pedestals are optional for entries to the Sculpture Category.
10. SUBMISSION DATE: NOVEMBER 24, 2007, Saturday, from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm. Entries in the Painting and Mixed Media Categories are to be submitted at the GSIS Museo ng Sining at the CCP Complex, Roxas Boulevard, while entries for the Sculpture, Art Photography and Drawing should be submitted at the Kanlunganng Sining, Rizal Park, Manila.
11. All accepted entries will automatically be featured on the 60th AAP Annual Art Catalogue 2007. However, due to limited exhibition space, entries will be pre-screened by a panel of judges. Only entries which pass pre-screening will be exhibited in the above venues.
12. All decisions by the Board of Judges are final.
13. PRIZES:
Major Categories (Painting, Sculpture and Mixed Media)
1st Prize Php 30,000 Cash + Trophy
2nd Prize Php 20,000 Cash + Medal
3rd Prize Php 10,000 Cash + Medal

Special Categories (Art Photography and Drawing)
Best Entry Php 5,000 Cash + Medal

Honorable Mention Awardees will be awarded with Plaques.

14. AWARDING: The Awarding Ceremony will be announced at a later date.
15. EXHIBITION: Exhibition will follow the Awarding Ceremony.
16. RETRIEVAL: Retrieval of non-winning entries will be from January 10 to February 10, 2008 in the same venue the entries were submitted. Painting and Mixed Media entries shall be retrieved at the GSIS Museo ng Sining, while Sculpture, Art Photography and Drawing entries shall be retrieved at the Kanlungan ng Sining. All entries not retrieved within the period shall automatically become property of the AAP.
17. AAP shall not be held legally liable for any damages to entries as a result of the competition or the failure of the participant to follow the rules and regulations.
18. Submission of entries signifies acceptance of the rules and regulations of the competition.

RULES ON ARTISTIC FORMAT AND SPECIFICATIONS

Painting
Any pigment on ground – e.g. oil / acrylic on canvas, watercolor on paper, tempera on board, etc.
Dimensions: 30”x40”, excluding frame. Vertical or horizontal orientation.

Sculpture
Three dimensional artwork in the round, using any material or technique
Dimensions: Maximum of 4 feet or within the volume measure of 60 cubic feet. 100 kilos maximum weight.

Mixed Media
Assemblage, collage, decoupage, relief panel with found objects, etc.
Dimensions: 30”x40” with maximum thickness of 6 inches from the wall. Vertical or horizontal orientation. 25 kilos maximum weight.

Art Photography
Photographs should be original, unpublished and taken during November 2006-November 2007. The participant must be the original author and sole owner of his or her photo entry/ies.
Dimensions: 11”x17” or A3 Size. Vertical or horizontal orientation, full color or black and white printed on photo paper. Photographs should be framed and ready for hanging upon submission.
Medium could either be film or digital, but no entries on disk or e-mail will be accepted.
Alterations after exposure – digital darkroom, painting, airbrushing, paste-on or assembly are not allowed. Creative effects must be done in-camera at the time of exposure, such as multiple exposure, flash fill, light painting, filtration, etc.
Creative effects or minimal digital manipulation such as enhancement of color and contrast is allowed, but paste-ups and collages are prohibited.
Person(s) appearing in the photograph should have a signed release form supplied and kept by the artist.

Drawing
Graphite, pen and ink, ballpen, charcoal, colored pencils on paper
Dimensions: 21”x29” excluding frame. Vertical or horizontal orientation.


For details and inquiries, please call (632) 3030907 or drop by the AAP Office and Gallery, Kanlungan ng Sining, Rizal Park, Manila. You may also post your questions at Pinoy_AAP@yahoogroups.com or text (0915)2787469.

4th NEO-ANGONO PUBLIC ART FESTIVAL

Nov 20 Tuesday Day 1

6am Tribute to Botong and Maestro Lucio San Pedro, Angono Catholic Cemetery

8am Sangandaan ng Kasaysayan ng Malayang Pamamahayag sa Pilipinas (Unveiling of Neo-Angono's Copyrighted Reproduction of the NPC Mural Project) Angono Gymnasium
8am Poetry Mobile/Distribution Project - Grupo 3/7, KM64, LIRA, Angono Town Proper
9am Market Sign Intervention - Michael de Guzman, Angono Public Market Rooftop

9am Mga Obrang Gala - Jon Santos and Transient Collective Angono Town Plaza 10am Publik Box - Turo Sanchez, Mael De Guzman, Vangie Garcia Paso bridge, Brgy. San Roque
Wrapped: Traces - Mark Salvatus in collaboration with the community of Pulong Matsing Brgy. San Roque

Coca-Cola Country - Jan Reyes and Mike Bayquen Angono Town Proper Bridge

Rosaryo ng mga Alalahanin - Ian Lomongo and the Grupo 3-7 Poets St. Clement Church

5pm Obra ng mga Alaala at Tradisyon - Kaktus URS Taytay and Paleta Art Group Angono River, Bgy. San Roque
5pm Mga Obrang Gala - Jon Santos and Transient Collective Angono Town Plaza
5pm Publik Box - Turo Sanchez, Mael De Guzman, Vangie Garcia Laguna de Bai

6pm Publik Box - Turo Sanchez, Mael De Guzman, Vangie Garcia St.Clement Church

7pm Fusing Horizons - Allan Alcantara, Aaron Bautista, and Totong Francisco Nemiranda Art Café

7pm Hubog - Aga Francisco 2nd floor Nemiranda Art Café

8pm Open Mic Poetry and Acoustic Night Distribution of 3/7 Chop Book Nemiranda Art Cafe


Nov. 21 Wednesday Day 2

10am Cidera - Infinity and Accident Performance Angono Town Proper
1-5pm Graffiti as Street Art - Pilipinas Street Plan(T-Linc, ungga, mutationation, vermonyo, egg) Angono Town Proper

6pm Scene Seen - Maria Frances Q. Eugenio The Second Gallery

8pm Mga Obrang Gala - Jon Santos and Transient Collective Metrobank Parking Lot8pm Sine-Silip sa Sinag-tala - Short films from young independent filmmakers(Roxlee, Emman de la Cruz, Rianne Hill Soriano, BJ Hernandez, Peachy Policarpio and others) Metrobank Parking Lot

Nov. 22 Thursday Day 3

9am Kasaysayan ng mga Hanggahan - Ian Lomongo, Owe Sanchez and Tanghalang Angono Angono Public Market

3pm Kasaysayan ng mga Hanggahan - Ian Lomongo, Owe Sanchez and Tanghalang Angono vicinity of the Angono Town Plaza

4pm Street performance - Ugat-Lahi Collective Angono Town Proper

5pm BANGKAW! Dula-i, singgiti. - Oro Art Guild Inc. - Nick Aca, Errol Balcos, Vhoyet Vasquez Balite, Poblacion Itaas
6pm ALTER-ATION - Anino Shadowplay Collective(Don Salubayba, Teny Arellano, Briandale Tadeo, Andrew Cruz, Teta Tulay) Balite, Poblacion Itaas

8pm Bisperas (Closing Night Performance) - Dayuhan, Elemento, Coffee Break Island, Good Leaf, Juan Pablo Dream, Neighbors, Go Signals, and the Sappy Red Hearts Club Band Manila East Road Highway




Neo-Angono Artists Collective
Angono, Rizal, Philippines
Call: 63+0915-5337308
email: info@neo-angono.com

Monday, November 19, 2007

SOME ROOMS

MAGICAL UNDERWATER

MAGICAL UNDERWATER

a painting exhibit of contemporary works by various artists

with emphasis on the plethora of colors seen underwater


Jose Evangelista
JCrisanto Martinez
Andy Orencio
Jim Orencio
Sam Penaso
Jill Arwen Posadas
Eghai Roxas
Victor Santos
Karen Shy
Chris John Sy
Jing Uy


November 19, 2007 - January 6, 2008




Exhibit opens on November 19, 2007 (Monday) at 6:00 pm


CIBREO
Level 5, Shangri-la Plaza Mall
EDSA corner Shaw Blvd., Mandaluyong City, Philippines

HOME


Visual Artist Ferdie Montemayor presents his recent works on canvas in an exhibit entitled Home at the Kaida Gallery from November 18 to December 3. At the heart of Montemayor’s works is the dilemma of Filipinos who leave their homes and families in order to find more rewarding jobs abroad, even if their aspirations may sometimes border on the illusory. The predicament of material sufficiency and spiritual displacement is acutely rendered in Montemayor’s works. His paintings perform a remembrance that tries to capture all: pain and joy, harmony and dislocation, togetherness and distance.

Home includes large and medium scale works of city life and figures, painted in red tones and in black and white on acrylic and oil on canvases.

Montemayor studied painting from the University of the Philippines. He is a grand prize winner of the 1992 Metrobank Foundation National Painting Competition, recipient of the prestigious Thirteen Artists Award from the Cultural Center of the Philippines in 1994 and an awardee for Metrobank ACES Awards for Continuing Excellence and Services in 2004.
Home opens on Nov. 18, 6pm Sunday. Kaida Gallery is located at the 2nd Floor GFO Building, 122 Kamuning Road, Diliman, Quezon City . For inquiries, please call 414-4777 or log on to www.kaidagallery.com

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

JESSICA HAGEDORN

ART SALON

silverlens gallery will be holding an Art Salon on November 14-17, Wednesday to Friday, from 11am-7pm. The breakthrough year of silverlens is capped off by this four-day all-artists salon show sale. All backroom works by artists who exhibited in silverlens since it opened will be shown, and the artists will be on hand at particular time slots.


The schedule of the artists are:

Wednesday, November 14: 1-3pm - Rachel Rillo, 3-5pm - Isa Lorenzo, 5-7pm -Wawi Navarroza

Thursday, November 15: 3-5pm - Denise Weldon

Friday, November 16: 11am-1pm - Jose Enrique Soriano, 3-5pm - Kidlat de Guia, 5-7pm - Kawayan de Guia


For more information, call 8160044, 09052650873 or email manage@silverlensphoto.com.

AT WORK AND AT PLAY

Tuesday, November 13, 2007

PAIN THINGS

P A I N T H I N G S


Color-blind: Frank struggles to finish his documentary on the painter Benjie, whom he looks up to. He wants to become Benjie.

Love is blind: He is seduced by Julia, who lives with Benjie. But Frank misses Jenny, who just left him.

Heart-wrenching. Mind-boggling. What is essential is visible.


written and directed : Jon Red
production : Filipino Pictures and Pelipula
produced : Manie Magbanua, Bernice Ilagan, Francis Magalona, Carol Bunuan Red
cinematography : Ogi Sugatan
production design : Danny Red
editing : Manie Magbanua
music : Bong Rosario Otto Hernandez

starring : Christian Vazquez, Che Ramos, Paolo Villaluna, and Michael de Mesa

ART IN THE PARK

Join the Philippine visual arts community and Museum Foundation of the Philippines for the fourth edition of Art in the Park this November 17, 8 am to 4 pm at the Velasquez Park, Salcedo Village, Makati City. Drop by this special art event to purchase one-of-a-kind, affordable artworks for P20,000 and below.

Scheduled conveniently within the Christmas season, Art in the Park hopes to attract shoppers looking for original and quality presents. All proceeds of Art in the Park support the Museum Foundation’s programs to help the National Museum. Conceptualized to attract a general audience and encourage new buyers unfamiliar with the Philippine visual art scene, Art in the Park features original works of over 80 artists from around the Philippines. On sale are paintings, prints, photographs and sculpture by promising art students and established visual artists.

Some of the participating organizations and artists are: Art Informal, Art Inday, Art Wednesday, Blanc, Bulacan Artists Group, Galeria de las Islas, Galerie Astra, Grupo Ocho, Kalinawa Art Foundation, L’Arc en Ciel, Nineveh, Philippine Association of Printmakers, FEATI, FEU Fine Arts, U.P. College of Fine Arts, Slash Art/Tin-Aw, Antipas Delotavo, Phyllis Zaballero, Alma Quinto, Toto Tarrosa, Anton del Castillo, Lory Medina, Carlitos Ortega, Frederick Epistola, and many more.

For more information, please call Patricia Limon or Elvie Magpayo of the Museum Foundation of the Philippines at 404-2685 or send an e-mail to info@museumfoundationph.org. Office hours are from Tuesdays to Fridays, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm and Saturdays from 10 am to 2 pm.


Sunday, November 11, 2007

SIGNATURE


Signature features works that have the respective dance artist's undeniable stamp - dance with a highly personal artistic vision.

Dates: Nov. 17 and 18, 2007 8:00 pm

Venue: Dance Forum


Featured dancer/choreographers:


Myra Beltran, Paul Morales, Ava Maureeen Villanueva, Herbert Alvarez

Nina Hayuma Habulan, Jethro Pioquinto, Elena Laniog, John Philip Martir



In celebration of performance venue Dance Forums instrumental role in defining independent dance practice in the Philippines, Signature will be staged there on Nov. 17 and 18.

To be showcased are contemporary dance artists Myra Beltran and Paul Morales in signature pieces as well as the works of the winners of the recently concluded Wi_fi Body Festival's New Choreographers Competition, the first choreography competition for the solo-duet form in the Philippines.

An alternative, intimate and open-air performance venue, Dance Forum was founded by Beltran in 1995. She is a leading figure in Philippine independent dance, conceptualizing and leading the World Dance Alliance-Philippine s Choreographers' Network in the groundbreaking Contemporary Dance Map Series and the Wi_fi Body Festival at the Cultural Center of the Philippines that has supported choreographers and dancers in the independent contemporary dance scene in the Philippines.

Ten years ago, Dance Forum opened publicly, said Beltran. At that time, independent dance practice in the Philippines necessarily had to be contemporary in approach and aesthetic. The direction has subsequently developed in many branching streams, but the idea of the solo dance, and all its political implications in the history of dance, is an important step in any ground-breaking dance movement. We want to celebrate and commemorate that idea all over again.

Ticket price: P150.00 only

For details and reservations:

Website: www.mbeltrandanceforum.com

Email: danceforum.mb@gmail.com

Telephone: 373-2946 and 373-2947

Cell: 0917-5219227

A Dance Forum production

in cooperation with Airdance

and The Lemon Circle Event Management and Consultancy

Thursday, November 8, 2007

GARDEN ELEMENTS

JIM ORENCIO

GARDEN ELEMENTS

November 10 – December 5, 2007

The Boston Gallery

6:00 p.m.

JIM ORENCIO

Garden Elements

Jim Orencio enjoins us to travel through the Silangan Gardens with him – the very environment that has continually inspired his works. Distinctive in this collection is Orencio’s focus on the pathways, sculptures, courtyards, patio and other significant features of the landscape that bear witness to his musings and reverie through the years.

“Under the Shade” in fact was where he developed the idea and concept for this exhibition. Beneath the shadows, he decided to pay homage to areas in his surroundings that provided respite in his impassioned development, motivation during lull days, stimulation to call on his creative muse or insight during various ponderings.

As an artist who paints what is before him, he translates his visual experience through a communion of ambience and subject matter. The terrain, through his honest depiction, brings one to ruminate on quiet but substantive thoughts. He brings forth an introspective state by recreating the convivial atmosphere of color, light, texture and life.

The transition between the natural foliage and the manmade elements through Orencio’s expressive rendering makes the static rudiments come to life. Each vista recounts an interplay of light and mood that is pleasant and inviting yet exclusive and absolute.

The visceral quality of each work coupled with the energetic brushwork communicates a moving serenity, leading one to get lost in contemplation. In this day and age where bountiful of problems greet us daily; Orencio’s pieces provide a gentle escape in order to redirect our harangued sensibilities towards a more positive outlook.

“Garden Elements” is a journey from within.

- Marika B. Constantino


www.jimorencio.tk


72 Boston St.cor. Lantana St.

Cubao, Quezon City, Philippines

(632) 722.92.05

info@thebostongallery.com

www.thebostongallery.tk


Wednesday, November 7, 2007

"SOUNDTRACK / MANIFESTO"

"MUSSOLINI NEVER KILLED ANYONE

(he) USED TO SEND PEOPLE ON VACATION IN INTERNAL EXILE"

-Pedro Ubaldo



solo exhibition by Costantino Zicarelli

Novenber 9 2007, at 6p.m.

show runs until November 30

277 Connecticut St. Greenhills East Mandaluyong City.

7258518

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