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Filipino Culture and Identity through Food

Location: Hawai'iCC Manono Campus Cafeteria

The Mabuhay Club of Hawai‘i Community College welcomes you to attend “Filipino Culture & Identity Through Food” an interactive lecture that will discuss ways in which immigration, labor, and history have shaped Filipino food and livelihood. Food to be prepared by the Culinary Arts Program of Hawai‘i
Community College

Special Restrictions: "Seating limited to 100 people". Please RSVP to save your seat by Mon, April 4.

To RSVP or more info:
Jeanna Batallones:
(808) 932-7476
jbatallo@hawaii.edu

For more information, contact: gingerh@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7461

Tags: MAAP PALS Filipino Food Filipino Identity

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