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Mangrove seedlings exude hope. Soon this seafront will become a lush sanctuary for fish and marine animals. Less space for beach goers but more space for biodiversity.

Photo by I.R. Arenas


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An auto rickshaw designed to carry goods, sometimes an animal for slaughter, has passengers instead. The heat of high noon and the gust made by the moving rickshaw make an ambivalent feeling for the riders.

Photo by I.R. Arenas

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Both disturbing and emancipating, Nana Rosa is a play about the elderly Rosa Henson (1927–1997) coming out after four decades of silence regarding her ordeals as a comfort woman during the Pacific War.  The fight for acknowledgement of comfort women continues to this day in East and Southeast Asian countries. The play is written by Rody Vera and the premiere is directed by José Estrella for UP Playwrights’ Theatre.

Photo by I.R. Arenas