Writer-editor-curator Giselle P. Kasilag combines her twin passions for travel and photography in her first solo exhibition dubbed “Wanderlust: Windows to Asia.” Featuring 40 photographs, the exhibit opens on November 13, 2014—which is also Kasilag’s 40th birthday—at the Water Dragon Gallery of the Yuchengco Museum.
By Blanche David-Gallardo
We know from a popular song that people have left their hearts in San Francisco. I left mine in Hong Kong, along with my children and grandchildren.
By Marge C. Enriquez
Sculptor-designer Jinggoy Buensuceso and wife-“mompreneur” Mutya (Crisostomo) believe that the best way to develop their children, Mayumi, 4, and Malaya, 2, is to bring them on excursions to the world of nature and animals.
The Kaema Plateau, the “Roof of Korea,” is a stunning, forest-covered highland nestled in such treacherous mountains that it was never taken by the Allies during the Korean War. It’s now a truck stop.
Pyongyang isn’t exactly an international travel hub. But attracting more tourists is one of North Korea’s top agenda items, so thousands of soldier-builders are working feverishly these days to give the capital a fancy new airport.