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Eisner’s Book Documents Deep Personal Bonds and Shared Risks Between Americans and Filipinos During World War II

WASHINGTON, D.C.- On September 29, academicians, historians, and US-Philippines Society members attended author Peter Eisner’s presentation of his most recent book, “MacArthur’s Spies: The Soldier, the Singer, and the Spymaster Who Defied the Japanese in World War II.” The book is based on real-life characters and events during the Japanese-occupation. …

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September 29: “MacArthur’s Spies” Book Presentation by Peter Eisner

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2017  12:00 noon – 2:00 pm Executive Conference Room, 7th Floor Intercultural Center  (ICC 700) Georgetown University 3700 O Street, NW Washington, DC 20057 What makes a great WWII Spy?  In his newly published book “MacArthur’s Spies,” Peter Eisner describes three Americans who risked their lives to aid Allied Forces during …

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October 9: Breakfast Roundtable with Ambassador Cuisia

Tour d’horizon of Current Philippine Issues with Ambassador Jose L. Cuisia, Jr SAVE THE DATE MONDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2017   Time and Venue: To be announced     Former Ambassador Jose L. Cuisia, Jr. will present his perspective on recent Philippine political, economic, and security developments. For early registration, please …

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The Philippine Madrigal Singers in Concert to Support Victims of Hurricane Harvey

WASHINGTON, D.C.- On September 21, over four hundred parishioners and guests gathered in the historic Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle to attend a Eucharistic mass celebrating the patronal feast day of St. Matthew the Apostle and a benefit concert in support of recovery efforts in Houston, Texas. The church, …

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September 21: Singing for Houston Recovery by Philippine Madrigal Singers

Recognized by the UNESCO as Artist for Peace for “putting their fame and influence to promote cultural diversity, intercultural dialogue and a culture of peace,” the Philippine Madrigal Singers, is one of the most awarded choral groups in the world, having consistently won all top prizes in major choral competitions, …

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August 14: Forum with DAP President Elba S. Cruz

The US-Philippines Society and the George Washington University MS in Program Management are pleased to invite you to a Forum with DAP President Dr. Elba S. Cruz Monday, August 14, 12-2pm GW School of Business Dr. Cruz, President and CEO of the Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP), will discuss issues …

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CAMP Philippines welcomes support of the 5th Annual Study Abroad Conference on August 5

The US-Philippines Society would like to draw your attention to the initiative of the College Admissions Mentors for Peers in the Philippines (CAMP Philippines), a non-profit organization based in the Philippines. CAMP Philippines a student-run group that provides advice for young Filipinos on all aspects related to the college application …

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June 15: Roundtable on Mindanao in the Aftermath of Marawi

Mindanao Update in the Aftermath of Marawi: Political, Security and Development Challenges Ahead Thursday, 15 June  12:30 pm – 2:00 pm  Johns Hopkins University (SAIS), Rome building, room 812 1619 Massachusetts Avenue NW Washington, DC 20036 The US-Philippines Society and SAIS Southeast Asia Studies invite you to a luncheon forum …

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Filipino Veterans Honored at The Washington DC Book Launch of Nieva’s “Cadet, Soldier, Guerrilla Fighter”

WASHINGTON, D.C.- Veterans, World War II enthusiasts, representatives from the US government, private sector, academe, US-Philippines Society, Embassy, and the Filipino American community gathered in Romulo Hall of the Philippine Embassy, located on the corner of Bataan Street and Massachusetts Avenue, on 18 May 2017 to participate in the launch …

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