Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Filipinos in Kansai: We are Here!

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Introduction: Documenting the Filipinos in Kansai

Chapter One. The Philippines and Japan

Chapter Two. 1920s to the 1970s – Jazz, Sports and the Pioneers
Jazz Musicians and Champion Sprinters and Boxers
Pensionados and the Pioneers


Chapter Three. Musikeros, Entertainers and Artists
Musikeros and Entertainers
Artists

Chapter Four. Academics and Corporate Professionals
• Academics
• Corporate Professionals

Chapter Five. Trainees, Nurses, Caregivers and Domestic Help
• Trainees
• Nurses and Caregivers
• Domestic help

Chapter Six. Students, Youth, JFCs and Nikkeijins
• Youth Organizations
• Japanese-Filipinos
• Parenting the Japanese-Filipino Children
• Nikkeijins

Chapter Seven. Communities, Organizations and Churches
Communities and Organizations
Community Networks and Churches  

Chapter Eight. Festivals, Celebrations and Filipino Food
• Local Festivals
• Philippine Dances
• Independence Day Celebration
• Filipino Food

Chapter Nine. Contests and Sports
• Singing Contests
• Beauty Contests
• Sports

Chapter Ten. Messages to the Japanese Public
• Theatrical Productions
Kapihan at Talakayan sa Kansai
• Photo Exhibits
• Radio Programs

Chapter Eleven. Issues Faced by Filipinos
• Problems and Other Issues

Chapter Twelve. Responding to the Needs of Filipinos
• Filipino and Japanese Institutions and Organizations
• Filipinos and Charity Work

Chapter Thirteen. Diversified Existence of Filipinos in Kansai
• Filipinos in Kansai: Rooted and Spread Wide

Appendices