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‘Kisame’

/ 11:11 PM November 15, 2013

FROM LEFT: Paquito Ochoa, Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala II and Don Jaime Zobel de Ayala.

The opening of Paquito Ochoa’s photo exhibit, “Kisame: Visions of Heaven and Earth,” from Nov. 11-14 at the Greenbelt Fashion Walk, Ayala Center, Makati, was attended by the Ayalas and other luminaries.

Curated by Fr. Milan Ted Torralba and Kenneth Esguerra, the show included photographs of Bohol churches and their ceilings, which were reduced to rubble by the recent earthquake.

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Hardcover editions of the exhibition catalogue include never-before-seen photographs of the churches from Ochoa’s archives—they’re perfect gift ideas this holiday season! “Tugon sa Bohol” is an initiative of the Ayala group of companies for the restoration of Bohol churches.

Benefit concert

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Last Nov. 8, the group staged the benefit concert, “Songs of Hope: A Free Benefit Concert,” featuring the Loboc Children’s Choir at Rockwell. Those who wish to donate may e-mail [email protected], or call  752-1266.

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Join our Amazing Batanes Photo Safari on Dec. 27-30 or from January to May 2014. Other trips: GenSan with Sarangani and Lake Sebu, Dumaguete-Siquijor and the Moriones festival. E-mail [email protected] or text 0915 543-0482.

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