Bulaklak by Angela Pascual

A painting analysis by Vittoria Angela M. Lacson and Maureen Grace A. Vallejos (From our memorable ENG41 class last Summer of 2014. Thank you Professor Cathelyn Caina-Adajar) Bulaklak by Angela Pascual symbolizes womanhood. Looking from afar, one can see an ordinary flower but up close, it is divided into two sections – the petal and the organ. Firstly, the top section of the flower, the “petal”, represents the beauty and femininity of women, as flowers are often associated with them. Also, the shape of the drawing can be distinguished as a kind of orchid, due to the number of petals … Continue reading Bulaklak by Angela Pascual

Why Filipinos Love Beauty Pageants

Originally posted on Adventures of a Beauty Queen:
Wow, what a wonderful birthday gift – being featured in a news spread in a North American publication! And to be included among my idols in pageant expertise after only 5 or 6 years of blogging about pageants is a thrill!!!? They are all my ates and kuyas when it comes to pageant knowledge, LOL. Si Coco lang ang hindi ko pa na-mi-meet so I’m looking forward to that. Thank you Michael Davantes for this feature, I really appreciate it! It made my special day today extra-special! Continue reading Why Filipinos Love Beauty Pageants