A Visit With Ruth Mabanglo, Professor of Filipino and Philippine Literature

ShareThis In Hawai’i, most Filipinos are from Northern Luzon where Ilocano is spoken; Tagalog, however, is the basis for the national language called Filipino. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa continues an exploration of this growing segment of local society through a look at its literature. The students of the UH Filipino and Philippine Literature Program invite you to Songfest 2011 in celebration of Dr. Jose Rizal’s 150th birthday. The songfest takes place tomorrow, Saturday, 9am to 2pm at the UH art auditorium.
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