An international team discovers three extinct giant rodents unique to the Philippines, alongside remains of the oldest human species and of Neolithic artifacts found in the country, supporting theories on human impact on incredible ancient biodiversity.
The relationship between China and the Philippine government, the influx of Chinese migrants to the country, the rise of the POGO industry–these are some of the issues stirring up controversy in the media, in social media, and among the general public. Find out what UP-CIFAL Philippines has uncovered in their research on Chinese migration to the country in this webinar, set for May 22, at 03:00 PM in Beijing, Shanghai.
The power of art to draw cultures together was on full display at the opening of ‘Common Ground: A Ceramic Art Collaboration Between Israel and the Philippines’ last Thursday at the Corredor Gallery, UP College of Fine Arts. The exhibit, which runs until April 12, 2019, features the fruits of a series of talks and studio sessions with UP artists conducted by Israeli ceramicist Roy Maayan, that aims to create bridges between both countries.