An Update on My Personal Life

I haven’t been here for a while so I would just like to keep you guys updated about my life and why I haven’t been able to write here for so long. Since February 2019, my life was slowly, but surely getting busier and busier. I’m thankful to God for bringing me this far. Everything […]

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Christmas 2019

It’s the happiest time of the year! At least, for me. It’s all because of the festive mood set by the Christmas songs played and the decorations everywhere. Even my grandmother’s house was all made up for the holiday season. Special mention to my high school art teacher for arranging the decorations. It was a […]

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5 Things to Know About Artist Qinni + Top Artworks

Popular online Canadian artist, Qing Han, or Qinni, as she is known on social media platforms, has passed away after a battle with stage-four cancer on February 10. She was 29 years-old. Qinni began posting her artwork in 2008 the online art community platform, DevianArt, after being introduced to it by a friend. In the […]

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Calligraphy with Ms. Fozzy Castro-Dayrit

February 2, 2019 – UnARThodox: A World Beyond Art, the first and biggest art fair in the North, organized by Miriam College in partnership with ArtisteSpace, Inc., held a calligraphy workshop at the Henry Sy Innovation Center with Ms. Fozzy Castro-Dayrit as the facilitator. Ms. Dayrit is the founder and creative force of the Fozzy Book. […]

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Tokyo: Yamashiroya Toy Store

The first stop for our third day in Tokyo was a visit to Yamashiroya Toy Store because we couldn’t get enough of toys from last night’s trip to Akihabara. Yamashiroya is a 5-storey toy store filled with all kinds of Japanese and Western pop culture merchandises. It’s small, but jam-packed with goodies for any otaku, regular […]

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UnARThodox: A World Beyond Art

METRO MANILA, January 23, 2019 – Miriam College, in partnership with ArtisteSpace, Inc., a full- service creative and events agency that specializes in Creatives, Institutional Events, MICE, and Set-Up services, launched the first and the biggest art fair event in the North. The art fair, entitled “UnARThodox,” was coined from the term unorthodox which means […]

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Tokyo: Naruto Cafe + What I Bought from Anime Plaza

I’m back! It’s been awhile since I wrote anything here on the blog. That’s because I became unexpectedly busy. Just today I finished an art commission job that required me to draw two people, caricature style. That’s on top of my regular schedule. Now that that is out of the way, I’m back on our […]

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A Le Petit Soufflé Afternoon

In one of the rare Sundays that my family headed out to SM Megamall in Mandaluyong City, Philippines, I finally got the chance to try out Le Petit Soufflé, which serves French cuisine with a Japanese touch. Since I’m always on the search for good cafés to stay at, Mega Fashion Hall proved to be […]

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What to Do if an Earthquake Hits Japan During Your Trip

June 18, 2018: A magnitude 6.1 earthquake shook Osaka and its neighbouring prefectures in Japan during the morning rush hour (just before 8AM in Japan), killing at least five people and injuring as much as 340 (NHK). For a tourist in Japan, it might be a shock to encounter an earthquake during your stay. Since […]

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