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Aug 20th
The FASO Is Indeed Beyond Poliitics and Petty Rivalries PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 09 July 2010 15:18
Very well said, Bobby. Thank you for this. This email was sent to you from: Yey Coronel-Alcid -----Original Message----- From: To: Sent: Tue, Jul 6, 2010 3:52 pm Subject: RE: "Fil-Am Symphony Orchestra" Is Beyond Politics and Petty Rivalries Dear Fellow Writers and Community Leaders: We at the invite you to read our articles about the Filipino-American Symphony Orchestra (FASO) and its coming events: Asian Journal Foundation Presents the Fil-Am Symphony Orchestra’s Summer Concert on July 10 at Pasadena URL: Will the Filipino-American Symphony Orchestra (FASO) Prove Hector Santos Wrong from the Historical Viewpoint? URL: As the FASO is the first-and-only Filipino symphony orchestra in the United States, we suggest most-respectfully that we must not only support it but also publicize its activities in our respective hardcopy or online publications and/or circles of friends. While the orchestra is being supported financially and morally almost-exclusively by the Asian Journal Foundation, we think that the FASO is beyond politics. It is also beyond petty rivalries that some of our publications have with the Asian Journal newspapers. It is time to come together as a people and as an ethnic community and rally to a common cause that makes us, Filipinos, look good, feel good and proud of our positive contributions to the American society. Mabuhay, Lolo Bobby M. Reyes Editor

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