The Walking Labyrinth Project
The project explores the role of citizen participation in shaping urban environments. Each labyrinth is an interactive, temporary installation. Panels cut from recycled shipping pallets are black canvases for participants to express themselves however they wish. Seen below are children painting their ideas.
The biking booth with a big heart that offers unique and honest tours, including the Smokey Mountain tour through the slums of Manila as seen in our feature here: https://www.wheninmanila.com/smokey-tours-a-tour-to-remember-in-the-slums-of-manila/
100% of the tour profits are invested in local NGO, Bahay at Yaman ni San Martin De Porres, supporting children’s education.
You can check out their official website at www. smokeytours.com or like their page on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/smokeytours
All in all, no matter how burnt I was after the unique festivities, all that they did was uplift my Filipino spirit. Deep down, I was telling myself, “Damn, our culture is just too awesoomeee! “. I am so proud to say that there are Filipinos who just won’t give up and will just keep upholding and showing how captivating our heritage is with pride.
As they say: we live in the city to freely express ourselves; be heard and be empowered. The city is ours – let’s enrich it!
Viva Manila: Pasyal Sundays
Viva Manila’s Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/VivaManila/1410948189121748
Intramuros’ Pasyal Sundays on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/703229643033486/
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