Vancouver-based Allan Florendo became a professional photographer by accident.
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There’s a little gem of a shop in Vancouver’s West End called The Soap Artisan. It’s where glorious scents of lavender, bergamot, geranium and all other essential oils would greet you as soon as you pop in the store.
Everyone living in the Great White North would want to have a break from the gloomy, frosty winter months, most especially people who grew up in tropical countries, and us Filipinos are no exemption. We will always have some sort of attachment to the heat and the sun even if we have gotten accustomed to the cold.
“Underneath the layers of self-hatred that Filipinos as a people have accrued thanks to century upon century of colonization, we have agency - fierce agency - and much wisdom and beauty to offer. The world - and that includes Filipinos themselves - need to really SEE the many different shades of the Filipino face.” – C.E. Gatchalian
Dianna David isa performing artist and inspirational speaker. The Alberta-born and B.C.-based artist is the creative mind behind the Red Ball Movement, a project that seeks to empower people through dance, performance, and self-expression.
Those who are well-versed in the Broadway world have already heard of a Canadian Filipina powerhouse who garnered nominations for her role as Kim in the Toronto production of Miss Saigon.