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Huni: An Interactive Exhibit

Let’s learn about flowers! The featured flower here is a hydrangea. In Hanakotoba, it is also known as ajisai (紫陽花) which means “pride”. This week, UP Tomo-Kai presents to you with pride:

HUNI: An Interactive Exhibit
The spectacular springtime of Japan meets the vibrant summer of the Philippines. Experience Japanese culture while understanding better our Filipino roots in our interactive exhibit. We are waiting for you at Palma Hall Rm. 400 this April 8, 2016 from 2:30 – 5:30 pm.

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This event is in cooperation with the UP Diliman-Office for Initiatives for Culture and Arts (UP Diliman OICA), in partnership with HallyUP and UP Palaweños. We would also like to thank arkadymac.com and magnetic-rose.net for being our media partners.


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