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Ways to Celebrate Filipino American History Month

9 Ways to Celebrate Filipino American History Month (October)

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:   1. Filipino American History – Legacy of the Delano Grape Strike Do you know about the Delano Grape Strike? Stories of Filipino farmworkers in California offer…

FilamFest Oct 21 in San Diego

FilAmFest – Things to Do in San Diego

FilamFest - Things to Do in San Diego Looking for something fun to do this October? Check out FilAmFest this October 21st in San Diego. With Filipino food, traditional dancing, and fun activities for the whole family, you won’t want to miss it! FilAmFest is open to all individuals who love to learn about and experience different cultures. Everyone is welcome!   What is FilamFest? FilAmFest is a family-friendly event that celebrates Filipino American culture, history, and the significant contributions of Filipino…

Trade Winds Tavern San Diego

Trade Winds Tavern – Hip Asian Fusion in San Diego

Trade Winds Tavern - Hip Asian Fusion in San Diego I had the opportunity to visit Trade Winds Tavern with fellow bloggers from the San Diego Filipino Bloggers Network (SDFBN). Trade Winds Tavern opened in the Spring of 2017 and offers a variety of food and drink that incorporates Asian flavors and traditional recipes into new dishes that any foodie will love. Disclosure Statement: I received a complimentary meal in exchange for this blog post and social media shares. However,…

Fall Filipino cuisine - sinigang soup

Fall Filipino Cuisine – Sinigang Soup

Fall Filipino Cuisine - Sinigang Soup Now that Fall is upon us, it’s time to cook up a big pot of warm Filipino sinigang soup (a sour soup made from tamarind fruit). Yummm!!!   Filipino Food! You’ve probably at least had one Filipino friend who has brightened your day by cooking pancit (fried noodles), lumpia (fried egg rolls), or the most common Filipino dish, adobo (pork with soy sauce and vinegar). Those are the typical token foods that most people…

Filipino American History - Legacy of the Delano Grape Strike
filipino children's books you'll love

14 Packing Essentials for Peace Corps Philippines

  14 Packing Essentials for Peace Corps Philippines When I first prepared for my journey as a newly selected Peace Corps Philippines volunteer, I had no idea of what to expect. Even being part Filipino, I hadn’t grown up with much of the culture and I had never been to the Philippines. The packing list was baffling to me. Two unfitted sheets? Why would I need two unfitted sheets? What was acceptable for a pasalubong souvenir gift to my host…

Filipino American Voices - "What are You?" A Journey of Self Discovery
Where to Grab Halo-Halo in San Diego - Snoice
adobo perfection