March 12-13: Philippine-Canadian Crosscurrents Third Installment with Professor Kale Bantigue Fajardo
Lectures/Workshops

March 12-13: Philippine-Canadian Crosscurrents Third Installment with Professor Kale Bantigue Fajardo

As part of the 2013 UBC Philippine Studies Series: “Philippine-Canadian Crosscurrents Series” at the UBC Green College, you are invited to join in two upcoming events at the University of British Columbia with Professor Kale Bantigue Fajardo. Professor Fajardo is an Associate Professor of American Studies and Asian American Studies at the University of Minnesota, Twin … Continue reading

Lectures/Workshops

October 4 and 5: Lecture and Student Workshop with Dr. Patricio Abinales (U of Hawaii)

The UBC Philippine Studies Series in cooperation with the Liu Institute for Global Issues, the UBC Department of History, St. John’s College at UBC, and UBC SCARP invite you to two events: Philippine History as Seen from the Sulu Archipelago with Dr. Patricio Abinales, University of Hawaii-Manoa Thursday, October 4, 2012 5.30-7.00pm Multipurpose Room, Liu … Continue reading

Art Exhibits and Performances

Photos from the Manila Mahal 3 Art Exhibit

Introducing the exhibit The Tagalog word ‘mahal’ translates into ‘love.’ It refers to that which is dear, but also means expensive. Perhaps Jacinto’s promise of fulfillment is also a costly one. Mahal 3: Packing & Unpacking Balikbayan Box Flows is about the stories Filipinos tell through the gifts they send to friends and family. We displayed … Continue reading

Art Exhibits and Performances

Photos from the Vancouver Mahal 3 Art Exhibit

Introducing the exhibit The Tagalog word ‘mahal’ translates into ‘love.’ It refers to that which is dear, but also means expensive. Perhaps Jacinto’s promise of fulfillment is also a costly one. Mahal 3: Packing & Unpacking Balikbayan Box Flows is about the stories Filipinos tell through the gifts they send to friends and family. We displayed … Continue reading