Mariano CHING


Mariano CHING簡介

Mariano Ching is a Chinese–Filipino artist, painter, illustrator, and photographer. His works have been exhibited in Philippines, France, Singapore, Malaysia and United States.
In 1998, Mariano won his first major award. His illustration work for the book entitled Mayroon Akong Alagang Puno won the Alcala Illustrators' Prize, the grand prize awarded by the Philippine Board on Books For Young People (PBBY), a nonprofit and non-governmental organization committed to the development of children's literature in the Philippines.[3] The award included a cash prize of P25,000.00, a gold medal, and an opportunity for the book to be published.
In 2001, he won the award again with the book entitled Bakit Matagal ang Sundo Ko? Cover Illustration for Bakit Matagal ang Sundo Ko?" 2001. 
In 2002, he won the Monbusho Scholarship. The Monbusho scholarship is given to foreigners under the Japanese government to study in Japan. He became a grant awardee as a research student in Kyoto University. He majored in printmaking, specializing in Japanese woodblock printmaking.
In 2006, Mariano Ching received the Thirteen Artist Award given by the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP).

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