9 Ways to Celebrate Filipino American History Month (October)
October is Filipino American History Month! If you’re Filipino and have always been curious about your ethnic background, heritage, and history, now is the time to learn more!
Check out these articles for fun ways to learn more about and celebrate Filipino American history:
Do you know about the Delano Grape Strike? Stories of Filipino farmworkers in California offer us inspiration and pride in the history of Filipinos in America.
Halo-Halo, the Filipino word which means, “mix-mix,” is a popular dessert in the Philippines. In the summertime, every sari-sari store, street-side stand, and fast food chain will offer their own version of this sweet specialty.
Now that Fall is upon us, try cooking up a big pot of warm Filipino sinigang soup (a sour soup made from tamarind fruit).
Live near San Diego? Looking for something fun to do this October? Check out FilAmFest on October 21st! With Filipino food, traditional dancing, and fun activities for the whole family, you won’t want to miss it!
Whether formal, funny, or just plain silly, here are 5 ways to say hello in Filipino.
Filipino children’s stories help bring the culture alive and teach Filipino customs, food, games, celebrations, language, and more! Fill your bookshelf with these favorites!
During the olden days in the Philippines, the tradition of Harana – musical serenading outside someone’s window – was a popular event. Try something a little unique (not to mention courageous!) and harana your sweetheart with sweet love songs.
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