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The Filipino Cultural Immersion Summer Camp That Aims to Inspire Children to Go Beyond Adobo and Lumpia

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San Francisco, CA, August 21, 2021 –(PR.com)– The 8th Annual Filipino Cultural Immersion Summer Camp spearheaded by the University of the Philippines Alumni Association of San Francisco (UPAASF) concluded August 6, providing one week of fun learning for the participants.

The children had lessons in how to speak Tagalog, Philippine history, music and story time, arts and crafts, dance, and cooking Filipino treats. They had enjoyable and extraordinary learning experiences that allowed them to know more about their culture. Even the art projects were varied to ensure that they appeal to different ages and interests of the students.

In her Welcome Speech, UPAASF Board Vice-Chair Letty Quizon recounted the history of the past successful seven (7) camps and how the first East Bay camp was born this year. Quizon reminded the campers the importance of looking back to their roots to reach their desired destination.

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