Coloring politics | Tito Genova Valiente

Colors have histories; they also have politics and cultures. These interesting positions are explained in a book edited by Sungshin Kim entitled The Use of Color in History, Politics, and Art. In the introduction to the book, the author, a historian of East Asia, talks of how the most accessible way to historicize color is to locate it in within…

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MTRCB taps PayMaya for online payments

Movie and Television Review and Classification Board, Paymaya and government officials strike a partnership for the installation of Paymaya’s digital invoice solution for easier billing of MTRCB and Filipino movie and TV producers. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

THE Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) is accelerating its digital transformation efforts with PayMaya’s online payment solutions to ensure safer and more…

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Knowledge Channel returns to free TV

Dubbed the ‘biggest classroom on-air,’ the local Ed-TV pioneer airs over 1,500 video lessons for Kinder to Grade 10 students, which have all been adapted to the day’s Alternative Learning System. Program hosts include Robi Domingo, Enchong Dee and MayMay Entrata.

More students, educators, and parents nationwide have renewed access to quality educational programs with Knowledge Channel’s return to digital…

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Never for what it is

Subjectivity in art applies not only to how the audience consumes artworks. Artists, even in the infancy of the artmaking process, often perceive inspiration in ways other than what it simply means.
In Mono8 Gallery’s exhibition lineup this October, one artist attempts to interpret a cryptic message. Another draws sociopolitical parallels from a decade-long fascination. A third presentation, meanwhile, gathers…

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Blind learners get technology boost – Manila News

Deed of donation signing between the Rotary Club of Makati McKinley
President Michael Manaois and Philippine National School for the Blind
Principal Corazon Salvador CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

TECHNOLOGICAL developments, especially in information technology, created opportunity among visually impaired learners to improve their ability to communicate and absorb knowledge. Screen reading software and special talking and Braille devices enabled them to independently…

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