The Party That Was

This past weekend, the Filipino Czech Association (FCA) had a successful launching party at the Na Marjance Dance Hall in Prague 6. The party was indeed a fusion of Filipino and Czech culture.  Guests from all over CZ came to celebrate with us.

Photo courtesy of Maj Capuchino

From my experience attending a Czech party, it is normally more subdued, with soft music, and relatively orderly.  This one on the otherhand, is more jovial involving a lot of singing, dancing, and loud music.

As an officer in the organization, I had to make rounds making sure that everyone is ok and no one is left at a corner.  I was talking to one non-filipino guest who was at the party and asked him if he likes it.  His comment was:  “Yes!  it is typical Filipino.  It’s a little bit chaotic,  BUT everybody’s happy.”  My thoughts exactly.  I couldn’t agree more.

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4 thoughts on “The Party That Was

  1. Danielle Javier May 29, 2012 / 7:47 pm

    Hi Ms Grace!

    I’m a Filipino student, and I plan to take this internship in Ostrava next month 🙂 I’d love it if we could exchange emails since I have A LOT of questions in my mind right now about Czech Republic 🙂 Is it okay to ask for you email address? Or you could reply to this comment by emailing me at danielle72@gmail.com

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    More power to your blog! Your entries are indeed, extremely entertaining 🙂 Hope to hear from you soon!

    Danielle Javier
    Manila, Philippines

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