Lucky Chinatown Mall , Binondo , Manila-Philippines
Lucky Chinatown Mall main lobby
The photo exhibit were composed of 28 4‟ x 6‟ panels and a 10-minute video capturing the faces of children, the scenery, stories of people who speak about the conflict within the conflict areas of Mindanao .
Entitled, “Children at the Crossroads” by Mr. Jun de Leon’s photographs with stories by An Alcantara will be on display until from June 6 to June 10, 2016 at the main lobby area of Lucky Chinatown Mall in Binondo , Manila.
Lucky Chinatown Mall
This exhibit is the 10th of the series of exhibits which aims to raise awareness on the effects and impact of armed conflict in the Bangsamoro on children. This is a very sad reality in which over 120,000 people were killed in the ongoing insurgency problems in Mindanao ( 1970 to 1996) .
people posting messages
This is a roving exhibit within the country and will be visiting malls , schools and exhibition places.
row of M16hang on a window of a farmer’s hut at Camp Afghan ( photo taken on Guindulangan, Maguindanao -March 12, 2015)
A pair of kuliglig , farm carts , usually used to carry harvest of corn , rice or vegetables to market are converted to mobile homes when families are forced to evacuate from their communities . These are carabao -drawn or, if the families can afford it, pulled by Kubota tractor . Some have potable solar panels, which they use to charge their cellphones- Barangay Nabundas, Mamasapano, Maguindanao on March 13, 2015 .
when i think of home
This exhibit is organized by the Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP), in partnership with Australian government -Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade , Lucky Chinatown Mall management .
Website links: http://philippines.embassy.gov.au/
Lucky Chinatown Mall: http://megaworldlifestylemalls.com/main/mall/info/luckychinatownmall/page/555
This photo exhibit is FREE and can be viewed during mall hours .
Mall Hours: 10:00am to 10:00pm