ONE ASIA HERITAGE
St. Dominic College of Asia, an institution that envisions a community of dynamic and proactive learners within the Asia-Pacific region, upholds the highest standards of excellence in education, research and community service, towards the attainment of a better quality of life.
On the occasion of its 9th founding year in 2012, we welcome you the ONE ASIA HERITAGE permanent exhibition, precious pieces of art and artifacts from 27 Asian countries collected by Ambassador Rosalinda Valenton Tirona during her tour of duty when she served as an Ambassador, Charge de Affairs and Consul General representing the Philippines.
A milestone in Bacoor and the entire Calabarzon region, the One Asia Heritage exhibition aims to showcase the common heritage of countries over Asia and promote the spirit of unity and vigor across the region. The collection comes from South Asia, North East Asia, Middle East, Pacific, and ASEAN countries, namely: Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, China, Mongolia, Japan, South Korea, Iran, Jordan, Israel, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Australia, and New Zealand.
SDCA takes the leadership role as an academic institution and use the One Asia Heritage exhibit as our main vehicle to impart to our younger generation the significance of Asian culture to our lives as Asian learners and scholars. A better understanding of the cultures, religions and arts of the different Asian countries will instill in them pride, and an attitude of respect and understanding that will propel them to treasure and eventually boost our Asian Heritage as ONE.
SDCA believes in an education that is deeply rooted in sensitive understanding and respect of Asian culture that will eventually lead to a peaceful and progressive Asia as a whole. Indeed, ONE ASIA.
(The One Asia Heritage permanent exhibition is housed at the Ground Level of the GregDom Building of St. Dominic College of Asia and is open to the public from Mondays to Saturdays, 8 AM to 5 PM. For group tours/visits, special arrangements, and other information, you may contact the Communication & Community Affairs office at +63 917 808 3890)
SOUTH ASIA (SAARC)