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Bayanihan Foundation’s 3-Day Course on “Intercultural Communication within a Relationship” a Success
Diana Oosterbeek-Latoza
Utrecht-The Netherlands
August 17, 2008

Filipinas in bi-cultural relationship pointed out that the most common problems they encounter are language & cultural problems. The differences and ignorance of each other's culture could put a strain to one's relationship that could lead to domestic violence. This difference in culture is the main cause of divorce between a Filipina and a Dutch partner.
Evelyn Pelsmaeker
Amsterdam-The Netherlands
November 15, 2007

It was a moment of jubilation for the group of Filipinas who attended the 12th Black Magic Woman Festival on November 15, when Diana Oosterbeek- Latoza of Stichting Bayanihan was proclaimed the winner of the ZAMI AWARD 2007.
MoreBayanihan & Diwa women celebrate International Women's Day in Rotterdam and Utrecht (Netherlands)
Diana Oosterbeek-Latoza

On March 8 the women of Stichting Bayanihan in Rotterdam celebrated the International Women's Day together with other women organisations...

    Diana Oosterbeek-Latoza

    Noe Adan

    The Papal Nuncio, His Excellency, Most Rev. Adolfo Tito Yllana, was the main celebrant during the special Marian mass of Our Lady of Penafrancia on Sep 16, at St Nicholas of Myra Church in Penrith....
    MoreThe Inauguration of the Philippine Australian Arts, Culture and Innovation Central (ACI Central) 2
    Richard J. Ford

    The official inauguration of the Philippine Australian Arts, Culture and Innovation Central 2 by NARRA Co-operative Ltd and Plaza Filipino Inc. was...
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    Claire Dela Gana

    Achievers, movers and shakers gather for the first-ever nationwide search for outstanding Filipino Canadians
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    Jojo Taduran

    Hidden Flavours of Philippine Kitchens
    Culinary Cities of the World is back! The Centre for Hospitality and Culinary Arts...

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