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21 JUN

NEXT EVENT VOL 23

VOLUME 23: AROUND THE WORLD
This Thursday, June 21, go around the world as we present an international PechaKucha Night led by the Silliman University HISAW Events​!
Our lineup of speakers includes Kathy Raddatz​ on Beauty Standards between Germany and the Philippines, Gabriel Christopher Constantino​ on Growing Up as a Junior Diplomat, Oghogho Ovonlen​ on How Well Do You Know Nigerian Cuisine,Antoine Duquenne on Philippines: My First Impression, Heather Infante​ on Gender Equality in Canada, Daryl Robinson on Cultural Stereotypes on Silliman.
PK NIGHT VOLUME 23 starts at 7:20 PM atJamRock Cafe. It is open for free to everyone! See you there.

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About the City's Organizers

  • Ian Casocot

    Ian Rosales Casocot was born in Dumaguete City in 1975, and studied in the International Christian University in Tokyo, Japan, and in Silliman University, where he graduated cum laude with a Bachelor in Mass Communication degree. He has a Masters Degree in Creative Writing from Silliman University, where he is a faculty of the Department of English and Literature. He was a fellow for fiction in English in the National Writers’ Workshops in Dumaguete, Baguio, Cebu, and Iligan. He has won several Don Carlos Palanca Awards and an NVM Gonzalez Prize for his fiction, and was chosen as one of the authors for the UBOD New Writers Series 2003 by the country’s National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA). In 2002, he edited FutureShock Prose: An Anthology of Young Writers and New Literatures, which was nominated as Best Anthology in the National Book Awards given by the Manila Critics Circle. In 2005, the NCCA published his first short story collection, Old Movies and Other Stories. His other books include Beautiful Accidents: Stories (University of the Philippines Press, 2011), Heartbreak & Magic: Stories of Fantasy and Horror (Anvil, 2011), and Inday Goes About Her Day (Locsin Books, 2012). His children’s book Rosario and the Stories garnered him an Honorable Mention from the 2006 PBBY-Salanga Writer’s Prize. His stories “A Strange Map of Time” and “The Sugilanon of the Epefania’s Heartbreak” has won top prizes in the Fully-Booked/Neil Gaiman Philippine Graphic/Fiction Awards, the only writer in the award’s history who has done so. His novel Sugar Land was longlisted in the 2008 Man Asian Literary Prize. One of his stories, “Old Movies,” has been translated to French. He has published in Esquire Philippines Magazine, Story Philippines, The Sunday Times, Sands and Coral, Dapitan, Tomas, Philippines Free Press, Philippine Graphic, Sunday Inquirer Magazine, Philippine Daily Inquirer, SunStar Bacolod, and MetroPost. He is a correspondent of the Philippine Daily Inquirer, and writes two weekly columns, “The Spy in the Sandwich,” for StarLife Magazine of the Visayan Daily Star, and “Tempest in a Coffee Mug” for MetroPost. He was Writer in Residence for the International Writers Program of the University of Iowa in 2010. He also does graphic design, and has recently produced the documentary City of Literature, directed by the Chinese filmmaker Zhao Lewis Liu.

  • J Maxino

    JMax: A milk-and-coffee-fueled, bespectacled noetic-workaholic who frolics on the fun side of the rainbow... Care to join me? ;)

  • Michele Joan Valbuena

    Bing is a teacher. Bing is a psychology practitioner. She is an activist advocating for the end of all forms of violence. She wants to create communities that are supportive of each other. She wants to help individuals nurture and enhance their capacities to love and care for one another and the world. She dedicates her life to work towards establishing a world that promotes the well-being of everyone.

  • Girlie Rosales

    Im 19 years old from California. I enjoy good company and good vibes.

  • Gloria Gem "GG" Lumayag

    Mass Communication student

  • James Lucas Tomale

    Also known as the artist, LÜQ. Born in the US. Music lover of many genres from J. Cole to Taylor Swift to Nirvana. Aspiring to graduate at Silliman University in Physics and further pursue Med school. Loves strawberry champagne and long walks on the beach.