Organization

Partnership

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Meeting in Beijing on May 13 between the Filipino Chinese Heritage and Cultural Society and the China Peace and Development Society Headquarter. Forging ties for better understanding and cooperation.

New officers

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The Filipino Chinese Heritage and Cultural Society, Inc. elected a new set of officers, namely:

President – Peter Tiu Lavina

Vice President – So Peng Kee

Secretary – Edgar L. Te

Treasurer – Amado So

Auditor – Allan Basarte

Legal Counsel – Peter Nugas, Jr.

Pursuing plans for 2017

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The Filipino Chinese Heritage and Cultural Society, Inc. will hold its general assembly meeting on May 3 to elect new officers and plan programs and activities for the rest of the year.

Formed in 2004, FCHCSI pioneered in organizing the first Chinese New Year Festival in Davao City, which is now an annual city-government sponsored event. It aims to promote greater understanding and appreciation of Filipino Chinese heritage and culture and better people-to-people relations between the Philippines and China.

 

April 24 Prep Meeting

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Preparatory meeting for the General Assembly of FCHCSI scheduled next month, the proposed Forum on China’s One Belt One Road Initiative and other plans for 2017.

Present (from left) were Engr. Edgar Te, Amado So, Atty. Peter Nugas, Jr., Allan Basarte and Peter Tiu Lavina.

April Events

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April 24-25 Visit to Davao City of the Vice Minister of Agriculture of China

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April 28 Election of Officers of the Association of Philippine-China Understanding (APCU) in Quezon City

Hello!

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Hello! Welcome to our new website. This is the organizational website of the Filipino Chinese Heritage and Cultural Society, Inc., which was founded in Davao City in 2004. It organized the first Chinese New Year Festival in the city in 2004 hoping to encourage heritage and cultural appreciation not only what are Chinese but what are Filipino-Chinese customs and practices.

Today, FCHCSI pursues the same goals as well as promoting people-to-people diplomacy to establish better relations and understanding between the peoples of the Philippines and China.

Kindly visit our website regularly and share your comments and suggestions.