The culture of Guam through business


Journal Staff

  The month of March marks an island-wide celebration of the traditions, customs and culture of the Chamorro people supported by the government of Guam and local businesses — Chamorro Month. 

  According to the Guam Visitors Bureau, 37% of the current population of Guam is made up of native Chamorro people. As the first inhabitants of Guam, early Chamorro people were expert weavers and pottery-makers, evidenced in cultural artifacts and architecture that remain today. Today is no . . .

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