Wednesday, June 03, 2015

Embassy Open House

For the second year in a row, the Philippine Embassy in Washington DC participated in the Embassy Open House called "Passport DC." Along with the Philippines, at least 50 more embassies opened their doors on May 2nd, Saturday, to showcase their offices, their talents, their good food and their culture. Visitors from within and outside the DC metro area had the opportunity to go around the world just by walking through the Embassy Row along Massachusetts Avenue.

The Philippine Embassy showcased talent in dancing, music and martial arts, at the same time offered sumptuous Filipino cuisine like lumpiang shanghai, pancit and lechon. At the same time, the Embassy launched its week-long exhibit of proudly pinoy industrial designs of Kenneth Cobonpue.

Photo is of the famous Filipino dance tinikling as it is being tried by visitors.


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