Japan technology helps stars shine brighter at Manila planetarium

MANILA – At a quaint property in the heart of Manila lies a state-owned planetarium that has been attracting a growing number of visitors thanks to more spectacular shows made possible by newly acquired projectors from Japan. Since February, thousands of …
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