Dragon Chatter Meets the Artists Behind the Brushstrokes as SM The Block Exhibits Chan Lim Family Plates and Scrolls


Hello Sweeties!

I was feeling a bit down last Sunday, since my husband left for another year of toll in Saudi Arabia. Although he left, he encouraged me to go to an event to keep me busy, I was privileged enough to get an invitation to the tour of the  exquisite exhibit of Plates and Scrolls by the Chan Lim Family of Artists and Students at The Block Atrium. the actual exhibit is open to the public until February 12, but on that Sunday they had 37 out of the 43 artists and students to reveal the stories behind the art works.

The exhibit, which kicked off on January 15 at The Block’s Atrium, features over 100 beautifully designed hand-painted scrolls and 144 plates from Chan Lim Family of Artists and Students.

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Press Release: HACK THE CLIMATE GOES TECH 

In the commemoration of the 3rd anniversary of Typhoon Haiyan, Hack the Climate will stage its first ever Clean Technology Hackathon and Training happening in Palo, Leyte and Tacloban City. It is part of the 8th NICP ICT Summit 2016, in partnership with the National ICT Confederation of the Philippines (NICP), DOST Region 8, Philippine Science High School – Eastern Visayas Campus, Seed4com, Move.ph, Millenia Suites, ThinkLab and Unionbank of the Philippines.Hack the Climate is a climate change themed Hackathon that is formed out of the desire of a two Princeton University College Students, named Michael Lanchanski and Jacob Scheer to help the Philippines in their battle for climate change through Technology and Innovation.

With the help of their Filipino counterparts, Elaine Cedillo, Diego Jose Ramos and Rizzel Jill Dy, Hack the Climate was born in June 2013.

“Hack the Climate in Leyte is our 5th since we started and we hope that we can bring this project across the country” said Elaine Cedillo, the lead project coordinator for this leg. “Hack the Climate is more than just a hackathon, it is our advocacy. Educating the students and young professionals about the adverse effects of climate change while challenging the developers to create a solution for climate change adaptation or mitigation, and through that, the participants are empowered to do something to help our environment,” she added

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