International DJ and creative director Xander Pratt started his tour in the Philippines with a successful staging of his show on Chinese New Year at Pura Vida in Poblacion, Makati City last Sunday.
Managed by AsiaTV studios and co-hosted by Earthsavers, the Asian Afro will be meeting with Cecile Alvarez, UNESCO Artist for Peace Monday, Jan. 23, which coincides with a contract signing and courtesy calls with African Embassies
On Tuesday, Jan. 24 a charity program will be held at Unang Hakbang Foundation and Chef Laudico, while on Jan. 25-27, he will be at The Farm in Tagaytay.
There will also be a meet and greet at Delmos restaurant and Pretty Huge Gym on Jan. 28. From Jan. 29-31, Pratt will host a Digital Nomad Festival at Siargao Island, courtesy of AfricaTV.
On Feb. 1, he will write his new screenplay, compliments of Mayor Djalia Trianon Hataman of Isabela, Basilan en route from Zamboanga press conference at Alavar restaurant. On Feb. 27, the Who Are You Tour will be held at Ateneo De Davao.
In March, there will also exhibitions on Art in Island, Kondwi, and Popup shops around the country.
Pratt - a UNESCO Artist for Peace - is CNN Africa’s top 10 Avante Garde. Aside from the Philippines, his tour will also visit Malaysia and Japan, among others. The country is his first stop of his Asia Tour.
Having traveled the world to deliver a message of art as a vessel of personal and collective freedom, Pratt, who is based in Morocco - a kingdom that has embraced his talents and nurtured his creativity - is a life coach for young people and the young at heart. The WAY Tour is an international launch for his very first self-help guide in the form of a mantra deck.
Pratt aims to combine his passion for Asian and African cultures through interdisciplinary fields from visual, to digital, to performance and fashion art.
Last year, he held a dual Art Exhibition with Moroccan Olympic Art gold medalist Wafaa Mezouar at Dar Souiri in Essaouira, for the foundation of his Majesty The King of Morocco's senior adviser, Andre Azoulay.
Africa, the oldest inhabited continent on Earth, is home to the youngest population in the world. Similarly, the home region of Asia remains to be the most diverse in the world, as well where majority of the world's youth currently reside, making a noteworthy case for Asia-Africa partnerships. From Africa, to Asia, the heart of diplomacy and business truly lies on art as a universal language.