Photo Hunt: View

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This saturday’s theme “View” from Photo Hunt is a perfect opportunity for me to show through photos, a view of Filipino Americans here in a Seattle conference.


The Muckleshoot Casino at Auburn City, WA, an hour’s drive from Seattle, WA was the venue of a talent show for Filipino-Americans from all over the United States.


I am reunited with Loida Nicolas-Lewis, my case subject for the University of the Philippines (UP) Centennial through a book launch, Iskolar ng Bayan Gives Back, the Enterprising Way. She has a lot of fans among Filipino-Americans here. Someone from Hawaii brought over a special lei for Loida.


What is a talent show without an Elvis look-a-like but wait…as I took this photo, I was horrified to find out that I got “mooned”. Oh the laughter. Filipinos are always fun-loving wherever they are.

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  • It looks like a well attended conference. I love the colorful dance number.

    Enjoy your trip Noemi. Take care.

    Rach (Heart of Rachel)s last blog post..Photo Hunt :: View

    • they really prepared for this show. Very funny and entertaining.

  • The butt made me do a double take.

    • me too. when i looked in my camera, I just was so shocked. then realized it was fake

  • yea agree on Filipinos know how to let their hair down wherever they are. Been to manila a few times with my schl to help out with community projects and see many here on nursing assignments. U ple sing so well too!

  • Great shots! I love Filipino gatherings.

  • I did a double take on Elvis’ behind 😀