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The Streets of Manila By Henry Bateman
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The Streets of Manila is a collection of 66 colour photographs from the Philippines National Capital along with selected articles about life and living in this Asian city. The author, Henry Bateman,... More > is an Australian expatriate living and working in Manila. As he travels about the city he records his impressions of life there in words and on film. In the streets, the malls and the markets he captures the day to day life that swirls around him. From riding jeepneys and tricycles to shopping for bargains in the markets Bateman’s keen eye picks up the details of the Filipino at work and at play. These impressions of this bustling metropolis are The Streets of Manila. To see a preview of the The Streets of Manila, which are also available as fine art prints click here.< Less
The Manila Galleon By Jason Schoonover
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The Manila galleon was the annual treasure ship sailing between Acapulco and Manila for 250 years. THE MANILA GALLEON is dovetailing adventures:one set in 1704, the other today. Protagonists in... More > each—one a privateer from the frontier town of New York, the other an adventurer from modern Manhattan—try to claim the prize. Each tries to understand the purpose of a mysterious statue aboard. In the past, it is possessed by a Jesuit with earth-shaking ambitions. The stakes are equally high on the modern side—a fortune in treasure. If al-Queda linked Asian terrorists seize it, the Religious World War will explode to unimaginable levels. Past and present coverge in a multi-layered climax, restoring a legend to his rightful place in history. “A MAJOR WRITER OF THE SOUTHEAST ASIAN SCENE”—Bangkok POST. “JASON SCHOONOVER IS AMONG A SMALL HANDFUL OF AUTHORS WHO INSPIRED ME TO BECOME A WRITER”—Jack DuBrul, bestselling author of PANDORA’S CURSE and DEEP FIRE RISING. Website: jasonschoonover.com< Less
The Manila Galleon By Jason Schoonover
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The Manila galleon was the annual treasure ship sailing between Acapulco and Manila for 250 years. THE MANILA GALLEON is dovetailing adventures:one set in 1704, the other today. Protagonists in... More > each—one a privateer from the frontier town of New York, the other an adventurer from modern Manhattan—try to claim the prize. Each tries to understand the purpose of a mysterious statue aboard. In the past, it is possessed by a Jesuit with earth-shaking ambitions. The stakes are equally high on the modern side—a fortune in treasure. If al-Queda linked Asian terrorists seize it, the Religious World War will explode to unimaginable levels. Past and present coverge in a multi-layered climax, restoring a legend to his rightful place in history. “A MAJOR WRITER OF THE SOUTHEAST ASIAN SCENE”—Bangkok POST. “JASON SCHOONOVER IS AMONG A SMALL HANDFUL OF AUTHORS WHO INSPIRED ME TO BECOME A WRITER”—Jack DuBrul, bestselling author of PANDORA’S CURSE and DEEP FIRE RISING. Website: jasonschoonover.com< Less
Manila Slice By Glenn Anthony Johns
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Black and white photography of the Philippines
Nothing to Declare: Manila 2011 By Flaudette Datuin, Precious Leano, Josephine Turalba
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Nothing to Declare: 2011 Manila is an exhibition catalog of the multi-pronged, multi-venue and multi-media international art project conceptualized by Flaudette May Datuin, Precious Leano, and... More > Josephine Turalba. The catalog features artworks of fifty artists from 18 countries exhibited at the Yuchengco Museum, Vargas Museum, and Blanc Compound, Manila, Philippines in 2011. The series of exhibitions was a starting point for pedagogical, art-critical and art-education activities, including visits with host communities, art educators’ training workshops, an essay writing contest, education guides and guided tours and artist talks and forums for students, artists, cultural workers, academics and the general public.< Less
The Treasure of the Manila Galleon By John Kackley
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It's 1883, and the trail of German agents in England leads to a South Seas island with a hidden treasure in silver.
From Manila to the Monkey Trial By Gary Shuster
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An easy-to-read episodic history of America from 1900 through 1925. Besides politics, the book also includes scandals, fashion, literature, s6 ports, music, domestic issues, etc. 297 pages... More > w/illustrations.< Less
From Manila to the Monkey Trial By Gary Shuster
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An easy-to-read episodic history of America from 1900 through 1925. Besides politics, the book also includes scandals, fashion, literature, s6 ports, music, domestic issues, etc. 297 pages... More > w/illustrations.< Less
The Treasure of the Manila Galleon By John Kackley
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It's 1883, and the trail of German agents in England leads to a South Seas island with a hidden treasure in silver.
Missing In Manila I An Action Adventure By Kwame Shauku
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Simon Spencer on his Journey into Manhood, has joined the Navy. His first assignment out of Boot Camp is to photograph the Army/Navy Football game. In a panoramic series of shots, Simon inadvertently... More > captures a drug deal going down. The dealers send two henchmen down to get Simon's film and dispense with him. The henchmen are foiled and incriminate their bosses who are busted, sent to prison swearing revenge against Simon. Simon is spirited away on various assignments selected to keep him out of harms way. He is sent to photograph the Philippines where he finds new adventures. Simon has to be rescued yet again from a secret guerrilla training base. An adventure filled with twists.< Less