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Hats Off to the Philippine Women’s Club

I personally value the Recognition of the Seoul Metropolitan City Government awarded to me as the President of The 601 Habit, but I know it’s time to move forward and further elevate our group to become… the Philippine Women’s Club (PWC). What is Philippine Women’s CLub (PWC)? The Philippine Women’s Club is a non-profit, non-political, non-partisan… Read More Hats Off to the Philippine Women’s Club

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Interactive Lecture of the Filipino Culture for Kids

The “Buwan ng Wika sa Korea hatid ng The 601 Habit” finally kicked off yesterday with Interactive Lecture of the Filipino Culture for Kids at Kinderwelt. Kinderwelt is a Korean pre-school located in Gaebong. Around 40 pre-schoolers, with their teachers, listened and participated in the various activities depicting our Filipino way of life. The kids learned… Read More Interactive Lecture of the Filipino Culture for Kids

Philippine Women's Club / The 601 Habit

“Buwan ng Wika sa Korea” Hatid ng The 601 Habit

It’s August! My memory of August back in the Philippines when I was still in elementary and high school are school days of rehearsals and contests for Filipino songs, dances, declamations and even group presentations depicting Filipino culture complete with Philippine national costumes. It was fun! Now that we are here in Korea, wouldn’t it be… Read More “Buwan ng Wika sa Korea” Hatid ng The 601 Habit

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Bringing the Kids of Kumkang School to the KOICA Global Village

Four Saturdays ago, we, at “The 601 Habit”, had the opportunity to bring the kids of Kumkang School to the KOICA Global Village at Seongnam-si, Gyeonggido. The KOICA Global Village is located in a sprawling area which also houses various KOICA buildings including dormitories for visiting KOICA volunteers and staff from other countries and training… Read More Bringing the Kids of Kumkang School to the KOICA Global Village

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“Hands-On Philippines” of “The 601 Habit”

When the opportunity to send second-hand computers came, the ladies of “The 601 Habit” worked together to make the project possible and doable. We learned that the number one concern of most schools from the rural areas is the lack of hands-on experience for the school children. This makes computer literacy a theoretical experience only… Read More “Hands-On Philippines” of “The 601 Habit”

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A Photo-shoot Experience for the Kids at Kumkang School

Our March Give-Back Project for the kids of Kumkang School was energy-consuming. The activities were facilitated by our very own Seoul-based Filipina stage-actress, Cherish Maningat. Last month, our April 26 activity with the kids was “Creative Portrait”. This activity aimed to know the kids a little bit through their drawings so we asked them to… Read More A Photo-shoot Experience for the Kids at Kumkang School