Community and Sectoral OutreachPast Events

Public Health in the Philippines: Progress and Challenges

In cooperation with the Philippine Department of Health and Zuellig Family Foundation, the US-Philippines Society, Embassy of the Philippines in Washington, D.C., CSIS and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Center for Communication Programs presents this forum on the situation of public health in the Philippines. Forum on …

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Cultural and EducationalPast Events

Philippines on the Runway

Innovative Philippine fashion and design from well-known designers from the US and the Philippines made an impression in Portland’s FashioNXT 2013. The US-Philippines Society welcomed this opportunity to showcase the Philippines at the opening of a gala fashion show.

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Past EventsTrade & Investment

Reception for Business Process Operations- Health Information Management Industry leaders

The US-Philippines Society hosts a reception for Filipino industry leaders in health information management and business process management. The delegation was in Washington DC on October 25, 2013 to attract new clients as part of their U.S. roadshow that included visits to New York, San Francisco and Atlanta. Source: Reception …

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Community and Sectoral OutreachPast Events

Forum with Young Filipino Americans

Four young and bright Filipino Americans share their perspective on the Philippines. At Romulo Hall Thursday September 5, 2013 at 5:30 PM Eastern Daylight Time Source: Perspectives on Today’s Philippines

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Cultural and EducationalPast Events

Orientation on Philippine Holdings, Library of Congress

A small-group tour of the Library of Congress and special orientation on its Philippine holdings, including select materials from the Filipino American collection, Hispanic division, and the original manuscript of the Doctrina Cristiana from the Rare Books collection. At The Jefferson Building, Library of Congress Thursday August 29, 2013 at …

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Past EventsTrade & Investment

Reception for Philippine Delegation

A panel discussion on Stanley Karnow’s body of work that helped the American public understand Southeast Asia. He was known for his versatility –‘from newspapers and magazines to books and films, from Paris and Vietnam to Hong Kong, China and the Philippines, Karnow has ranged widely, merging the best of …

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Cultural and EducationalPast Events

Holocaust Haven in the Philippines

The US-Philippines Society and SAIS-Southeast Asia Studies Roundtable with Prof. Sharon Delmendo, Professor at St. John Fisher College, on the inspiring, yet little-known, story of the Jewish rescue under the leadership of President Manuel L. Quezon. Source: Holocaust Haven in the Philippines

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Cultural and EducationalPast Events

The Philippine Madrigal Singers: Celebrating 50 years of world-class choral singing

The US-Philippines Society and the Embassy of the Philippines in Washington, D.C. celebrates the world-class talent of the Philippine Madrigal Singers at the Crypt Church of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. Source: The Philippine Madrigal Singers performs in DC on May 11, Saturday |

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Cultural and EducationalPast Events

A Panel Discussion on Stanley Karnow’s Southeast Asia

The US-Philippines Society and SAIS presents an informal retrospective on the work and times of the late Stanley Karnow. A distinguished panel addresses questions on how journalists covered and influenced events in vietnam and the Philippines in the second half of the 20th century… A panel discussion on Stanley Karnow’s …

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Past EventsTrade & Investment

Monetary and Policy Growth in the Philippines

US-Philippines Society and SAIS-Southeast Asia Studies Roundtable features Philippine Central Bank Governor Amando M. Tetangco, Jr. Gov. Tetangco talks about how sound monetary policy of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (Central Bank of the Philippines) pushed the Philippine economy into the spotlight … Source: Philippines Roundtable | Featuring Central Bank …

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