Guam News - Community Events
Performances in storytelling, poetry recitation, music instrumentation, singing, dancing and skits will be presented as well as demonstrations and lectures in cockfighting, bullfighting, flower arranging, origami, kimono wear, flamenco dress, and knotting. Poster sessions, dioramas, photo essays on ethnic tribes, arts and crafts exhibits, fashion shows, food tastes, Japanese anime and a hot pepper eating contest will also be featured with students and faculty attired in costumes and native dress from the countries that the languages represent.
The festival is being organized by chairman Professor Peter R. Onedera with the combined efforts of language professors Rufina Mendiola, Teresita Flores, Joey Franquez, Jean Ann Hu, Marcelle Odi-Diambra, Kayoko Kushima, Yoko Morimoto, Dr. Masumi Kai, Dr. David Atienza, Dr. Bosco Corrales Trillo, Milagros Alcazaren and Evangelina Magdael.
For further information, Onedera may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 735-2808. The festival is free and open to the general public.
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