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Dragon of manila

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A presentation of the Binondo groups' exposure trip to the Manila Chinatown.

A presentation of the Binondo groups' exposure trip to the Manila Chinatown.

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  • 1. The Dragon of Manila by Binondo Group
    Report Authors: Noel Buensuceso, MyfelPaluga, Dianne Siriban, Anthony Joseph Edeon, BaiZhihong (Joy)
    Institution: Asian University Digital Resource Network
    Website:  http://people.audrn.net/group/dragonofmanila
    Email: 
  • 2. Methodology
    • Photo Documentation
    • 3. Observation
    • 4. Interviews
  • Findings/Results/Learnings
    Perhaps these three words is what capture best our 'raw feel' of the place as we wade through the belly of Chinatown, the 'Dragon of Manila':
    Time
    Juxtapositions (of disparate things)
    and (sadly perhaps) Disconnections
    For us, is a site of local knowledge showing even in unassuming corners.
  • 5. Time
    Old churches (dating back as early as the 1500s), old buildings: the past is alive and well in Binondo. Time and the sense of continuity is what---materially---fully presses into one's sense as one walks through Ongpin Street, the main artery of Chinatown.
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  • 8. Juxtapositions
    Juxtaposing the old and the new, the sacred and the secular, the Pinoy and the Chinese, and the many seemingly clashing objects in multi-purpose space (economy of space), is Binondo's source of strength
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  • 12. Disconnections
    • Pollution
    • 13. Generation gaps: old Chinese and the young generations
  • Insights and Reflection(each member will give his/her short insight)
  • 14. Xie-xie!Salamatpo!
    Report Authors: Noel Buensuceso, Myfel Paluga, Dianne Siriban, Anthony Joseph Edeon, Bai Zhihong (Joy)
    Institution: Asian University Digital Resource Network
    Website:  http://people.audrn.net/group/dragonofmanila
    Email: