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Don’t let this once-in-a-lifetime summer pass by doing something ordinary. Step outside of your comfort zone and immerse yourself in a different culture for 6-8 weeks through AIESEC’s Global Citizen Program! Go beyond physical and personal borders and wake up to a new adventure each day! Sign-up for an orientation at:http://www.tinyurl.com/globalcitizenorientation View Larger

Don’t let this once-in-a-lifetime summer pass by doing something ordinary. Step outside of your comfort zone and immerse yourself in a different culture for 6-8 weeks through AIESEC’s Global Citizen Program! Go beyond physical and personal borders and wake up to a new adventure each day! 

Sign-up for an orientation at:
http://www.tinyurl.com/globalcitizenorientation


Meet and greet the cast and crew of Pepito Manaloto as they invade UP Diliman!Be at the School of Economics Auditorium on March 11, 2014 from 5 to 8PM to witness a live script reading, watch a full episode and take part in an open forum with the cast members, directors and the creative team! Also get a chance to be part of the show as the event will be aired on TV!Don’t miss Pepito Manalo-TOUR: The School Tour! See you there! View Larger

Meet and greet the cast and crew of Pepito Manaloto as they invade UP Diliman!

Be at the School of Economics Auditorium on March 11, 2014 from 5 to 8PM to witness a live script reading, watch a full episode and take part in an open forum with the cast members, directors and the creative team! Also get a chance to be part of the show as the event will be aired on TV!

Don’t miss Pepito Manalo-TOUR: The School Tour! See you there!


poster

extended!

Dulaang UP’s ANG NAWALANG KAPATID
additional shows:
March 14, FRI 7pm - CLOSED
March 15, SAT 3pm - CLOSED
March 15, SAT 8pm 
March 16, SUN 3pm
March 16, SUN 8pm

Kindly call 9261349 / 4337840 / 09178239531 / 09277406124 for tickets :)


Have the best fit with the best prices!The Adelfe Enu Crea SororityandPhilippine Wacoal Corporation | SORCI age by Wacoalin cooperation withGoody Products Philippines, Inc.presentWACOAL AND GOODY BRAND SALE14-15 March 20149:00 AM - 6:00 PMBalay Kalinaw, UP DilimanUP TO 40% OFF!For inquiries, contact:Ruth - 0917 579 7436Tricia - 0915 764 4525Like our page to stay updated! https://www.facebook.com/wacoalbrandsaleEvent page: https://www.facebook.com/events/516112081834792 View Larger

Have the best fit with the best prices!

The Adelfe Enu Crea Sorority
and
Philippine Wacoal Corporation | SORCI age by Wacoal

in cooperation with
Goody Products Philippines, Inc.

present

WACOAL AND GOODY BRAND SALE
14-15 March 2014
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Balay Kalinaw, UP Diliman

UP TO 40% OFF!

For inquiries, contact:
Ruth - 0917 579 7436
Tricia - 0915 764 4525

Like our page to stay updated! https://www.facebook.com/wacoalbrandsale
Event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/516112081834792


Call for Submissions- The Sea is Ours: Tales of Steampunk Southeast Asia →

jhameia:

THE SEA IS OURS is an anthology of Southeast Asian steampunk. We are looking for steampunk stories that are set in Southeast Asia (SEA), or secondary worlds that evoke Southeast Asia, with Southeast Asian protagonists, in any of the countries that make up the region: Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, East Timor, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam. We are seeking historically and technologically-innovative stories.

Steampunk, for the purposes of this anthology, is defined as an aesthetic that combines technofantasy, anachronism, retro-futurism, an alternate history/world, and the evocation of an incipient industrial revolution. How does the steampunk aesthetic look, feel, sound, smell, or taste like in these regions? What kind of technologies would grow in resource-rich SEAsia? What do our historical figures, our Parameswaras, Trung sisters, Lapu-Lapus, do in such a world?

Submissions are encouraged to explore various levels and kinds of technologies, not just steam technology. Locals myths can also find their way into these stories; what does the mix of technology and fantasy look like in such worlds? We welcome exploration of all kinds of stories: from the extraordinary to the everyday. What changes does accelerated technology create for the local landscape and societies? If historical events are given a steampunk twist, how do their outcomes change, or stay the same? 

SUBMISSIONS CLOSE JUNE 30, 2014. 
We will contact all submitters within four weeks of submissions closing.

GENERAL GUIDELINES:
  • •Stories should have a visible development arc, even if they are somewhat experimental.
  • •Stories should be in English, but we take a broad view of English, which includes dialect, accents, local slang, and non-English words that express nuances that standard English can’t.
  • •Characters should be embedded in their settings. We should not be able to transplant the specifics of their story easily, even if they are based on common science fiction/fantasy archetypes.
  • •Local takes on actual historical events are highly encouraged, although not necessary in alternate world settings. Mention in your submission email the specific event you are referencing.
  • •Stories featuring queer characters, characters with disabilities, non-normative relationships, and other such non-mainstream narratives are welcome.

Further Additional Things:

  • Ethnic minorities, diasporados, indigenous peoples are extremely welcome. 
  • If you are an artist who would like to be involved, please send an email!
  • People of Middle-Eastern, African, South and East Asian descent are also welcome to submit; SEAsia has a long history of trade with these regions!
  • Check out #SEAsteampunk on Twitter for tweet prompts!
  • Tell all your friends on all your networks!

Click through for full submission guidelines!!!