Philippine Mabuhay Cultural Foundation of Tucson

The Philippine Mabuhay Cultural Foundation was founded in 1989 as non-profit organization that promotes and enhances the intercultural understanding between the peoples of the United States and the Philippines. The performance groups shares music and dance traditions from the Philippines at schools and cultural events in Tucson and also sponsors cultural performers from the Philippines … Read more

Siva Maia Polynesian Dancers

Siva Maia started in May 2011 as part of the Davis-Monthan Air Force Base Asian Pacific American Heritage Month celebration. Most of the dancers are connected to Davis-Monthan Air Force and are active duty members, retired military, family members, as well as military brats. They come from Hawaii, Samoa, Guam, Philippines, and mainland USA. All members help … Read more

Kain Na Tayo Filipino – F23

In Filipino culture, we always say “Kain na Tayo,” (Let’s eat) during gatherings with friends, family, and even strangers. Filipino culture is always welcoming to build genuine friendships with others and sharing food means sharing one’s blessings. Popular dishes in the Philippines include pork barbeque and lumpia. Pork barbecue is grilled to perfection, with a … Read more

Philippine Mabuhay Cultural Foundation of Tucson

The Philippine Mabuhay Cultural Foundation of Tucson, Inc. was established in 1989 as a non-profit organization composed of volunteers working Filipino Culture through singing and dancing and the performance of the Rondalla, a form of music brought to the Philippines from Spain in the 1800s. It uses Instruments such as the Bandurria, Octavina, Laud, Bajo De … Read more

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