Preserving The Philippine Culture in America is Alive and Well in Tampa, Florida

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It is believed that there are many very good Philippine dance groups all over the United States supervised by talented former dancers themselves who have settled in the U.S. Most of these groups are not funded by any government grants except a few, yet they survive because the directors and choreographers dedication sacrifices every weekend with no...

CAACF Duanwu Dragon Boat Festival postponed until 2021

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The Chinese American Association of Central Florida (CAACF) and CHARGE Dragon Boat Club made the decision to cancel the 2020 Duanwu Dragon Boat Festival on June 27 event due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The precautions advised by the Florida Department of Health and Prevention to limit possible transmission of the virus. https://youtu.be/k1KvaDQ9Af4

Doppa Festival – resilience in uncertainty

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May 5 marks the Uyghur Doppa Festival or Doppa Day. A Doppa is a four cornered hat traditionally worn by the Turkic of peoples of Central Asia and East Turkestan. Often brightly studded or embroidered with a distinctly Islamic and Turkic aesthetic, they are a point of pride for the Uyghurs of East Turkestan.

FusionFest 2019 is coming up on November 30 & December 1!

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FusionFest is coming back to downtown Orlando on Thanksgiving weekend. Come share a smile and your heritage and “you may discover just how different other people really aren’t!” Discover the world through interactive experiences and contests for food, fashion, spoken word, music, dance, short films and more. https://www.facebook.com/FusionFestOrlando/videos/713683815811028/

29 YEARS OF PRESERVING THE PHILIPPINE CULTURE

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The Philippine Performing Arts Company, Inc. (PPAC) and the INDAK PAMBATA Children's Dance Group of Tampa, Florida that was established and incorporated as a not for profit, publicly supported, tax-exempt organization on August 21, 1991 is celebrating their 29 years in existence next year. The company's primary mission is to present to the public the Philippine culture...

Weekend in Central Florida: Soul of Papua, an Indonesian Music, Dance and More

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On September 28, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts held Soul of Papua, an event organized by the Maramowe Foundation and VIDA Florida: Voice of Indonesians in Florida. VIDA Florida is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization with a mission to promote Indonesia in Florida through the arts and culture, foods, places and pictures. The beautiful evening...

Luma Native Taiwanese Leadership Council starts its one-month long cultural exchange at United National Indian Tribal Youth (Unity) Conference in Orlando

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Luma Native Taiwanese Leadership Council
Luma is a biennial enrichment program for the Taiwan Indigenous Youth to conducts overseas study tour in North America. This program enables the Taiwan Indigenous Youth to perform cultural exchange with American Indians, expand their international vision, master their communication and leadership skill. LUMA program is sponsored and organized by Taiwan Vox Nativa Association...

THIS IS “US”: IDENTITY AND INCLUSION IN CENTRAL FLORIDA

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FusionFest is seeking performers, vendors and volunteers to participate in the second year of Central Florida’s multicultural celebration. The free two-day event at Thanksgiving Weekend, Nov. 30 & Dec. 1, 2019 is an opportunity for the diverse ethnic communities to share their rich traditions. Share your heritage via music, dance, food, fashion, film, poetry, visual arts and...

24th Annual PhilFest in Tampa Bay

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April 5-7 witnessed the 24th Annual Phil-Fest celebration in Tampa, Florida, site of the Bayanihan Arts and Events Center.  This non-stop three day celebration featured entertainment, Philippine Arts and Cuisine, competitions, cultural exhibits and vendors.  Philippines is known for over 7,100 islands, approximately 185 languages/dialects, over hundreds of delicacies, several religions, several tribes, several known festivals, and...

FSA at UCF’s 14th Annual Sayaw Cultural Showcase: The Last DT Benders

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FSA’s 14th Annual Sayaw Showcase: The Last DT Benders
The Filipino Student Association at UCF was founded by Tukz Taaca and Wilson Casillan. Every year, FSA hosts an event that showcases the many Filipino cultural dances of the Philippines. This year, the theme is “The Last DT Benders”, and it held on March 22 in the Pegasus Ballroom. The evening was highlighted with various...
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