Webinar on Pinoy Food Stories

Come and listen to Pinoy Food Stories, a webinar series that will inform the audience about how Filipino cuisine has evolved.
This event is jointly sponsored by Mamasita Foundation, the Philippine Consulate General in Honolulu, and the UH Center for Philippine Studies and Filipino Language and Culture Program.

Hosted by Markee Micu. Register today: at https://cutt.ly/wkOJjIL

You may also view a video by clicking this – Link

3rd Call for Papers: Ub-UfokLExplorations on Philippine Folklore

Third CALL FOR PAPERS: 

Ub-Ufok: Explorations on Philippine Folklore 2021

The Center for Philippine Studies at the University of Hawaii at Manoa is hosting  Ub-Ufok, a virtual conference on September 16-17, 2021.  Ub-Ufok is a traditional story-telling by the Ifiallig people from  the Philippine Mountain Province.

Come and join us!

This will be an engaging virtual conference on Philippine folklore. Don’t miss it, and mark it in your calendar.

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Please click the website below for more details:  Ub-Ufok

Virtual Rizalian Lecture #2 – “Rizal’s Unfinished Revolution”

You are invited to another exciting discussion on Jose Rizal, the Virtual Rizalian Lecture # 2.

Listen to Sir Edwin D. Bael, KGOR, who will speak on “Rizal’s Unfinished Revolution.” 

Sir Bael is currently Consultant to the Presidential Adviser on OFWs  and Special Envoy of President Rodrigo Duterte to the State of Kuwait, Secretary Abdullah D. Mama-o.

Date and Time: Saturday, January 16, 2021, 5:00 pm Hawaii time
Sunday, January 17, 2021, 11:00 am, Philippine time

Reactors: Pia Arboleda,PhD, Director of UH Center for Philippine Studies
Raymund Liongson, PhD, KGCR, Professor (ret), UH Leeward Community College

Register: https://tinyurl.com/AlohaVirtualRizalianLecture2
to be able to attend. Or read the flyer below for details:

Covid-19 Panalangin

Dr. Pia Arboleda, Director of the UH Manoa Center for Philippine Studies sends out this positive message for these trying times. In this video, she reads Clarissa Pinkola Estes’ poem entitled “The Prayer” along with her translation in Filipino entitled “Panalangin” (prayer).

Please click this link to listen to Panalangin .