PH Consulate in Sydney Promotes PH Oral Tradition to Young Fil-Australians

Consul Melanie Diano and Consul Emmanuel Guzman with the Filipino-Australian children performers of the Philippine Oral Tradition held at the Bulwagang Rizal, Philippine Consulate General in Sydney (Sydney PCG photo)

SYDNEY 29 October 2018 – With the aim to promote Philippine cultural heritage and tradition to the young generation of Filipino-Australians, the Philippine Consulate General in Sydney organized a presentation of Philippine oral tradition entitled “Inspiring the Filipino Child” on 09 October 2018.The performance covers folk songs, riddles, proverbs, and folklore. The children performers delivered their rendition fluently in Filipino language.

Ms. Jinky Marsh and Miranda Zafranco perform the Alamat ng Pinya (Legend of the Pineapple).

In her message, Consul Melanie Diano encouraged the Radio Tagumpay Team to keep performing a cultural show like this to inform Filipino children of their roots and heritage.

The project was supported by the Tripple H 100.1 FM Radio Tagumpay, Danilo Peralta of the Knights of Rizal, Miguel Castro, Rie Manalot, Criz Guce, Jerson Cruz, Violi Calvert and Bob Alipalo.

From left: Violi Calvert and Criz Guce with the Radio Tagumpay Junior contributors

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For more information, visit www.sydneypcg.dfa.gov.ph and https://www.facebook.com/PHinAustralia.

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