a fourth generation Roces clan member who is currently working as a
freelance writer. She is a relative to the Prietos of Philippine
Daily Inquirer and granddaughter of Antonia Roces (sister of Chino
Roces). Last year she and famous photographer, Neil Oshima, came up
with a coffee table book entitled, The Philippine Forest:
Our Living Heritage.
It was launched in the country last November 15, 2001 at the Filipinas
Heritage Library as an addition to Centro Escolar University's Centennial
Publications. From a recent email
from Karla in Paris she mentioned about the success of their book
signing and launching at the Shakespeare and Company Bookshop.
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is a collection of 12 art work paintings from talented
Roces progeny, Alfredo "Ding". The week-long exhibit was held
last October 2, 2001 at The Crucible Gallery of SM Megamall. The artist,
Alfredo Roces, used to write for
the pre-Martial Law Manila Times before he migrated to Australia.
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interview of Alfredo R. Roces
Family of Alejandro Roman Domingo
Roces y Mauricio and
Filomena Gonzales y Lizana
was from this family where Roceses, Alejandro "Moy"
and Rafael Filomeno belong. These two were the ones whose offsprings
mostly ventured into journalism and the arts.
out pictures of Roces family members gathered from researches
-shared photos from
the descendants of Rafael Filomeno Roces and Inocencia Reyes.
-pictures of clan members of couples Alejandro "Moy"
Roces and Antonia Pardo.
P. Roces -is
from the Pardo-Roces family. Chino is the man behind the Manila
Times during its golden years. Here are collections of his photos
gathered from his family and from printed sources.