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Japanese film fest goes to Cebu, Davao

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“Like Father, Like Son”

After a successful run at the Shangri-La Plaza Mall, the 2014 “Eiga Sai” or Japanese Film Festival will go to Cebu City in Visayas and Davao City in Mindanao to screen several films including the Cannes Jury Prize winner “Like Father, Like Son.”

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Lea Salonga, apl.de.ap to topbill ‘Yolanda’ benefit concert in US

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Lea Salonga. PHOTO BY IVAN ROQUE

Award-winning Broadway singer Lea Salonga and Black Eyed Peas member apl.de.ap or Allan Pineda are set to participate in a benefit concert for the victims of super typhoon Yolanda (international name Haiyan) in the United States (US) on June 15, 2014.

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Palestinian artist to perform in Sharjah spectacle

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Young Palestinian Artist Mohammed Assaf during his training in Sharjah for “Clusters of Light. Photo from Sharjah Media Center.

Famous Palestinian artist Mohammed Assaf joins a stellar cast of Arab performers for “The Clusters of Light” theatrical production that highlights the inauguration of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates (UAE) as Islamic Culture Capital 2014.

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Tunisia’s ‘Pavarotti’ to perform at Sharjah’s ‘The Clusters of Light’

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The Legendary Tunisian musician and singer Lofti Buchanak during the preparations in his performance in the global oratorio ‘The Clusters of Light.’

A legendary tenor from the north African country of Tunisia will highlight the inauguration ceremony of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates (UAE) as Islamic Culture Capital 2014 set on March 25.

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After eating ‘adobo,’ ‘pancit canton,’ One Republic rocks Araneta

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FULL STOMACH Members of American alternative rock bank One Republic loves “adobo” and “pancit canton”. They also want to ride on top of a jeepney in the middle of traffic. MATIKAS SANTOS/Inquirer.net

The first time American alternative rock band OneRepublic—who is set to perform Wednesday night—visited the Republic of the Philippines they already made “adobo” and “pancit canton” their favorite foods and wanted to take a jeepney back home.

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