VVS Collective celebrates women from the countryside with pop-rap crossover “Probinsyana”

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  Promising hip-hop quartet VVS Collective pays tribute to the women of the countryside whose distinct looks, effortless grace, and captivating intelligence redefine conventional standards of beauty. On their lilting anthem “ Probinsyana ,” the rap crew delivers a romantic serenade for every ‘country’ lass who took their breath away in recent years. “ Probinsyana is a feel-good track which many Filipinos can relate to,” the group describes the appeal of their latest single. “It’s about searching and pursuing that dream girl who lives in the suburbs or the province. It expounds on the qualities of a province girl who’s simple yet has everything you’re looking for in a girl. With the thousands of islands that the Philippines has, the track will surely transcend to all Probinsyanas all over the country.” What makes it extra special is their attempt to take a stand against urbanite snobbery and Manila-centrism in a song that celebrates women of all kinds, regardless of their geogra

Kabataan of Puerto Princesa holds Election and Voters Education seminar.

Sangguniang Kabataan of Puerto Princesa will hold Senatorial Forum  this coming May 6 and voters education this coming May 10 and 11 at the Performing Arts Center of Palawan State University, the senatorial forum is a joint endeavor with Palawan NGO Network Inc and the Social Action Center of the Apostolic Vicariate of Puerto Princesa, while the two day Voter’s education seminar is a tie up with Bawat Isa Mahalaga Movement, and will be attended by its founder, former Supreme Court Chief of Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno.

“As both pag-asa ng bayan and heirs of the country’s last ecological frontier, the Palaweño youth are seriously taking on its role in sparking much-needed conversations and paving the path for the realization of progressive politics and a truly participatory democracy.” Myka Mabelle L. Magbanua, SK City Federation President said.

Below are the schedules for this three-day event and this is open for public with no admission fee, for more information and inquiry you may contact Absie at 09675447699 or 09087548744.

May 06 | Banwa: The 2019 Senatorial Forum
1:00-1:10pm Opening ceremonies
1:10-2:00pm Opening speeches of candidates
2:00-3:30pm Panel discussion
3:30-4:00pm Open forum
4:00-4:30pm Closing ceremonies
4:30-5:00pm Press conference

May 10 | TamaKa Local Interactive Voter Education (LIVE)
1:10-1:30pm Registration and mock election
1:30-2:25pm Saving the Nation, the State of Democracy, Justice and Rule of Law 
A discussion with former Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno
2:25-2:30pm Photo opportunity
2:30-5:25pm TamaKa LIVE
5:25-5:30pm Photo opportunity
7:00-9:00pm Dinner and fellowship with organization leaders

May 11 | TamaKa Local Interactive Voter Education (LIVE)
8:00-8:10am Registration and mock election
8:15-8:55am Saving the Nation, the State of Democracy, Justice and Rule of Law 
A discussion with former Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno
8:55-9:00am Photo opportunity
9:00-11:55am TamaKa LIVE
11:55-12nn Photo opportunity 

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