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MANNY “PACMAN” PACQUIAO STATUE
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A 10-foot bronze statue of Filipino boxing superstar Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao together with the 8-foot bronze statues of a farmer, construction worker, nurse and a teacher were recently unveiled at the SM Mall of Asia (MOA). The art installation called “Hardworking Filipinos” were sculpted by award-winning Filipino artist Fred Baldemor. It is a tribute to hardworking Filipino men and women all over the world. http://www.mukamo.com/manny-pacman-pacquiao-statue-sm-mall-of-asia-moa/

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