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A Father's Day special by The Storytelling Project and Asia Society Philippines
As we are all kept inside our homes, activities were temporarily paused. However, Asia Society Philippines wouldn't want to stop people from learning. In today's time, it is unlikely to buy books from stores, However, Asia Society Philippines would rather give the books to you through a virtual storytelling project.
Asia Society Philippines partnered with The Storytelling Project to feature books to read through e-storytelling series.
The Storytelling Project is an organization that aims to spark hope, inspiration and imagination through storytelling; to make reading an enjoyable experience for children; to start a reading habit; and to instill the love of reading and learning in all our TSP kids. We’ve tirelessly crossed rivers and excitedly conquered mountains to reach remote communities – to bring our own brand of happy learning. They help communities develop a culture of reading through our 3-phase program: IMAGINE. CREATE. SHARE.
In this Father's day special, Asia Society and The Storytelling Project featured May HIGANTE sa Aming Bahay by Rhandee Garlitos which happens to be Asia Society Philippines' first episode of the storytelling series.
This project aims to let the kids learn and have a special bonding with their fathers.
You may view the video on our Facebook page