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Philippines Joins 15th Venice Architecture Biennale for the First Time

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Entitled “Muhon: Traces of An Adolescent City,” and curated by Leandro V. Locsin Partners (LVLP), the Philippine Pavilion  will be located at Palazzo Mora in Venice, Italy. [...] The pavilion, which tackles Metro Manila’s built heritage, consists of the works by six architects and firms: 8×8, CS Architecture, Lima Architecture, Manosa & Co. Inc., Eduardo Calma, and Jorge Yulo; as well as three contemporary artists: Poklong Anading, Tad Ermitaño, and Mark Salvatus.

South China Sea Dispute: China Must Step Up Public Diplomacy

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China today faces a multitude of security challenges in its neighborhood, with the South China Sea leading the issues that will test China’s global strategy of peaceful development. What are the salient features of the security situation in China’s neighborhood?

What About Country Branding?

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Country branding is the process of building (and managing) the way a country is perceived by the rest of the world. It is an important component to national development given its effect on global trade, investments, tourism and diplomacy. It also has a profound influence on our sense of identity and national pride.
 

Ballet Philippines Brings Filipino Artistry–and Friendship–to China

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Ballet Philippines had the recent honor of being invited to the 40th-anniversary celebration of diplomatic relations between the Philippines and China. The invitation was given by the Department of Foreign Affairs International Economic Relations-Cultural Diplomacy Unit with the Federation of Filipino-Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry.

Crunch Time for Washington and Beijing in the South China Sea

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Former U.S. officials and analysts say the State Department will launch a public diplomacy campaign after the ruling is handed down, arguing that it is a landmark decision that can set an example for the peaceful resolution of disputes both in Southeast Asia and beyond. “I think the U.S. strategy is to encourage as many countries as possible to come out in favor of the court and to encourage China to abide by it,” said Glaser of CSIS. 

Beyond Security: Philippines-Vietnam Strategic Partnership – Analysis

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The partnership opens doors to broaden the two sides’ people-to people relationship. [...] Having a sense of appreciation and understanding of each other’s culture and values can potentially broaden and deepen mutual understanding between states and peoples. In 2014, amidst tensions in the South China Sea, Vietnamese and Filipino naval personnel played football, volleyball, and tug-of-war. Both sides displayed the importance of camaraderie through sports diplomacy.

Bongbong says Ping-pong Diplomacy May Resolve Sea Row

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A different form of engagement with China – like through sports or cultural exchange – might help the Philippines resolve its maritime spat with the Asian giant, Sen. Ferdinand Marcos Jr. said yesterday.

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