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Please be advised of the following Library schedules:
July 22 (Saturday) - Free Admission as part of #InspireEveryDay at Ayala Museum. Please expect increased traffic and activity at the library (instead of the usual quiet atmosphere).
August 3 (Thursday) & August 4 (Friday) - CLOSED at 12NN onwards for a staff workshop
Please be guided accordingly.
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One Voice: Filipino Culture for Sale

By Vicky P. Garchitorena

Filipino culture for sale? Well, in a manner of speaking.

On May 2, 2009, Seafood City launched its Culture Corner in its flagship store at Eagle Rock, Los Angeles, California. The initiative, undertaken in cooperation with Ayala Foundation in the Philippines and in the US, initially brings to Seafood City’s customers world-class products featuring the artwork of three of our foremost visual artists—Juan Luna, Fernando Amorsolo, and Fernando Zobel.


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