Monday, March 13 - Susan M. Curda, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Los Angeles District Director, gives insight on the naturalization process to become a U.S. citizen.
Tuesday, March 14 – Kababayan Nina Nolasco Thompson and her daughter joined the Women’s March in Washington, D.C. They recount their experience on the program.
Wednesday, March 15 - Annie Nepomuceno joins us as the Asian Journal shares the latest headlines relevant to the Fil-Am community.
Lion’s Club Members share event details for a free sight screening in Los Angeles.
Mia McLeod shares her expertise on real estate and the loan programs available for home buyers.
Thursday, March 16 - Kulturahan Correspondent Giovanni Ortega talks about his recent travels and how he uses his theater background as a teaching tool to other communities.
Get to know Kenneth Mejia, a Filipino-American candidate for U.S. Congress in Los Angeles, District 34.
Friday, March 17 - Join us for an exclusive reading of “Even the Rainbow Has a Body”, the new book by Prosy Abarquez-Delacruz, J.D.
Giselle “G” Töngi is the host and producer of Kababayan Today, a daily talk show that features relevant topics for Filipinos living in America. Her aim is to bridge not only the cultural gap between America & the Philippines but to help with the generational gap between our own people. She is married with two children and is based in Southern California and makes frequent trips in the Pacific Rim to Hawaii and Manila to feature fellow kababayans who are empowering the FilAm community.