Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Mardi Gras in September

The Philippines is replete with fiestas and festivals. Each region and ethno-linguistic group has its own traditions and manners in celebrating its arts and culture. There are notable ones conducted in provinces and cities all over the archipelago. But not all will export them to the National Capital Region.

The Negros Trade Fair is one of those who bring Negros to Manila. They have been doing it annually since 1985. Now running on its 30th year, the Negros Trade Fair is a window to Negros. The trade fair depicts its people. By looking, touching and even tasting its products, one gets delightfully acquainted with the Negrense.

There is no better way to get to know a land and its people than to savouring and enjoying its products. One gets to see woodcrafts, accessories, clothes, furniture, food and foodstuffs and even a manufacturer of solar panels under one roof. Such creativity and diversity identifies the Negrense.

That is why the Association of Negros Producers export said products that not only caters to material needs and wants but also gives an idea on what encompasses the people of Negros. It is like a pocket Mardi Gras on the month of September.

Experience Negros and its people via the 30th Negros Trade Fair now happening at the Glorietta Activity Center from September 16 – September 20, 2015.

30th Negros Trade Fair "Truly Negros"
September 16-20, 2015, 
Glorietta Mall, Makati


OMG! This Video Makes Me Want To Go Home To Negros Island Right Now!

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The Negros Trade Fair is the longest running provincial trade fair in the Philippines held annually in Metro Manila since 1985.

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