New show aimed at foreigners focuses on Cebuano culture, heritage

Posted on November 14, 2012

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Will tourists like this for a dinner show?

‘Biyahe’, an hour of music in a stylized cultural show featuring Filipino folk dances, original Cebuano songs, colorful costumes and a dramatic fire dance finale, debuts in the Lakwatsa Restobar in Hernan Cortes Steeet, Mandaue City.

The show was produced with foreign tourists in mind, especially for the waves of Korean visitors, to give a taste of Philippine culture.

The new performance venue was  built in the top floor of the 5-story IT building in Mandaue City. It was inaugurated by Ng Khai Development  for its 19th anniversary last Nov. 13.

Ng Khai CEO Wilson Ng greeted guests by playing Lady Gaga’s ‘Bad Romance’ on the flute. ‘If I can handle Lady Gaga at 47, then Ng Khai will continue to innovate,’ he said.

Wilson Ng playing “Bad Romance” on the flute during the company’s 19th anniversary in Mandaue City. (CHOY ROMANO)

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