Chinese-Filipino Community Supports ‘Bangkabuhayan’

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Chinese-Filipino Community Supports ‘Bangkabuhayan’. Dr. Alfonso Siy, President of the Federation of Filipino-Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Inc. (FFCCCII) and FFCCCII Foundation, Inc. (7th from left) turns over to Mr. Harry Chua of Kaisa Cultural Heritage Foundation, Inc. the P2.5 Million check donation of eight Chinese-Filipino organizations for the 100 units of fishing boats with paraphernalia under the ‘Bangkabuhayan’ project of Kaisa Para Sa Kaunlaran, Inc. to support the livelihood of fishermen affected by typhoon ‘Yolanda’ in Iloilo province. In photo are (from left to right) Mr. Alex Yap Cho Ty, FFCCCII Vice President; Mr. Henry Lim Bon Liong, FFCCCII Vice President; Mr. Angel Ngu, FFCCCII Executive Vice President; Dr. Alfonso Uy, FFCCCII Honorary President; Ms. Angela Yu, President of Kaisa Para Sa Kaunlaran, Inc.; Mr Harry Chua; Dr. Alfonso Siy; Mr. Pedro Madarang, President of Federation of Filipino-Chinese Associations of the Philippines, Inc. (FFCAP); Mr. Tiu Chun Lin, President of Filipino-Chinese Amity Club; Mr. Chan Hok Eng, FFCAP Honorary President; Mr. Tai Kuo An, President of Filipino-Chinese Shin Lian Association; Mr. Jose Go, President of Philippine Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc.; Mr. Tan Ching, FFCCCII Honorary President; Mr. Antonio Tan, FFCAP Honorary President; Mr. Tomas Cua, President of Overseas Chinese Alumni Association of the Philippines; Mr. Stephen Wong, Vice President of Filipino-Chinese Shin Lian Association; Mr. Paquito Lee, Honorary President of Overseas Chinese Alumni Association of the Philippines; and Mr. Delfin Letran, FFCCCII Vice President.

01/19/2014

  • carol

    Hi I was wondering if your organization can help me. I have an Old Chinese Land deed that was passed down by my grandfather. Can anybody help translate the documents and let me know if the deed is still valid or is there any value to this old land deed? what location and how can I claim it.