Expo Pilipino famous as Clark Expo, was the Philippine National Centennial Exposition and centerpiece of the commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the proclamation of Philippine Independence on June 12, 1898. The 60-hectare entertainment park in Clark Freeport Zone, Angeles City, Pampanga is a festivity of the Filipino’s history, culture, and achievements in the past 100 years, as well as aspirations for the next millennium. This was a project of the National Centennial Commission (NCC) and the Philippine Centennial Exposition Corporation. Its 35,000-seat capacity coliseum is a popular venue for concerts, ecumenical services and political rallies. In addition, Clark Expo is also the new home for the 45-acre Nayong Pilipino complex, a fully built theme park featuring miniature attractions of the Philippines and its culture.
In early 2010, the site was relaunched as Clark Education City by the Australian International Training and Management group (AITMG). Initial construction of the campus cost $6mAUD and the site has capacity for 15,000 students. The institution delivers a range of Australian Government accredited technical vocational courses aimed at students wishing to work or study overseas.
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