DAVAO - KUO AT DAVAO MUSEUM OF HISTORY AND ETHNOGRAPHY

I'm a real supporter of Davao Museum, I even consider to be a research volunteer during the time this has been starting - thanks to my ever favorite 'Paring Bert' for that would-be chance, but some unavoidable circumstance has happen along the way so I wasn't able to pursue it, but nonetheless, since I became a Cultural Anthropology teacher - not a sem that I won't bring a bus full of students here.

And their having this exhibit and I'm sharing it ...

DAVAO MUSEUM OF HISTORY AND ETHNOGRAPHY
In cooperation with the
Consular Office of Japan in Davao presents


DAVAO - KUO
The Abaca, the Japanese, and the Making of Davao City

This is an exhibition that looks into Davao society's Japanese heritage via the development of the abaca plantation industry in the first half of 1900s, and the historic rise in Japanese migration to the province that accompanied it.

This will be on May 27-October 2012 at
DAVAO MUSEUM OF HISTORY AND ETHNOGRAPHY
Insular Village Phase 1, Lanang, Davao City

Museum Hours:
9AM-5PM, Monday to Saturday

Fee is P100 for Adult, P80 Senior citizen, P20 for Students



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