Island Styles 2005: The Filipino Student Association’s Mag Ka Isa (“to be one”) dance troupe begins its annual cultural show with traditional tinikling, during which members dance in moving bamboo sticks. Among the other performances in the Saturday night show, which was put on in Gusman Concert Hall, were Bulaklakan and Maglalatik (other popular dances), singing, spoken word and belly dancing.

March 8, 2005


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