HAGÅTÑA, Guam — Marciano R. de Borja, the Philippine’s consul general to Guam, and Felipe M. de Leon Jr., chairman of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts, held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Consulate General extension office in Hagåtña to inaugurate the Sentro Rizal.
Sentro Rizal Agana is the first such center on U.S. soil to be established and inaugurated for the purpose of promoting Philippine language, culture and the arts. The consulate and the National Commission for Culture and the Arts will work together in developing an annual program of cultural . . .
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