• Gregorian Choir of Paris - Philippine Tour 2015
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    29 January 2015

    Gregorian Choir of Paris - Philippine Tour 2015

    Ayala Malls, with the support of Alliance Française de Manille, Embassy of France to the Philippines, proudly present the world-renowned Gregorian Choir of Paris, live in concert for the Philippine tour from 18 February 2015 to 27 February 2015. The tour, endorsed by the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines, brings a spiritual and sacred message: the world needs a form of silence (...)

  • Goût de France / Good France
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    28 January 2015

    Goût de France / Good France

    In addition to participating restaurants, French embassies will mobilize on 19 March by organizing a Goût de France/Good France dinner on their premises. In many countries, consular and cultural networks will also advertise this unprecedented event. Thanks to this commitment, Goût de France/Good France dinners will be organized on the same evening in 150 countries.

  • 12th Franco-German Day – 22 January 2015
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    26 January 2015

    12th Franco-German Day – 22 January 2015

    Every year 22 January provides an opportunity to celebrate Franco-German friendship. This symbolic date was chosen in 2003 on the 40th anniversary of the Élysée Treaty – signed on 22 January 1963 and setting the seal on reconciliation between France and Germany.

  • French Special Envoy for the environment in the Philippines in (...)
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    9 January 2015

    French Special Envoy for the environment in the Philippines in (...)

    The Special Envoy of the President of the French Republic for the Protection of the Planet, Nicolas Hulot, will be in the Philippines from January 20 to 25 to prepare the visit of French President François Hollande in the first half of 2015. In view of the 21st session of the Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP21) in Paris in December 2015, (...)

  • #JeSuisCharlieHebdo
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    8 January 2015

    #JeSuisCharlieHebdo

    In the wake of last night’s attack on Charlie Hebdo, during which at least 12 people were killed, François Hollande paid an on-the-spot visit and denounced an act of exceptional barbarism. The President declared that “no act of barbarism will ever be able to extinguish the freedom of the press. We are a united country that will rally as one.”

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