A site for Filipino and Asian food lovers who want to learn how to cook and prepare Filipino and Asian food. Panlasang Pinoy features easy-to follow videos as well as step by step instructions to make cooking as easy as possible.
Panlasang Pinoy started out as a blog about Filipino www.panlasangpinoy.com is the author’s contribution to make Filipino Food / Cuisine known and enjoyed by the world.and eventually turned out as a reference for Filipino Food Recipes and detailed step-by-step cooking videos.A totally free site,
To be able to introduce Filipino food to the rest of the world through education
Saturday, 23 March 2013 from 11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.,
Please join us at the Smithsonian Institution Family Day “KITES OF ASIA” at the National Air and Space Museum : Independence Avenue at 6th Street, SW, Washington, DC 20560 .
FIL-AM HERITAGE DANCE ENSEMBLE with Ultimate Eskrima International perform the blindfolded “Tinikling” and the Filipino Martial Arts of stick-fighting (Arnis/Eskrima).. Includes interactive where you can be challenged to try hopping in between the bamboos and learn the Arnis /Eskrima from the experts…
Look for us in “America by Air” (Gallery 102) of the National Air and Space Museum from 11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Admission is FREE.
On the National Mall, between the Capitol building and the Smithsonian Castle. Bordered by Independence Avenue, Jefferson Drive, 4th and 7th Streets in southwest Washington, D.C
Kites of Asia
Saturday, March 23, 2013
10:00 am to 3:00 pm
Throughout the Museum in Washington, DC
All Day Presentations:
Static Pan-Asian Kite Display – Experience the beauty of Asian kites. Learn how kites are made by talking to members of local kite organizations.
Milestones of Flight (Gallery 100)
Indoor Kite Flying – Witness the artistry of kites being flown to music.
West End (Gallery 104)
Why celebrate Kites of Asia at the National Air and Space Museum? Visit our poster display to find out!
Milestones of Flight (Gallery 100) & Wright Brothers (Gallery 209)
Philippine Tinikling Dancers
Watch, learn, and do one of most popular folk dances of the Philippines.
America by Air (Gallery 102)
Kite Stories by Swatantar (ages 3 and up)
Hear tales of kite traditions from around Asia.
11:00 am & 1:30 pm
Looking at Earth (Gallery 110)
Hands – On Activities:
Decorate and construct a Sled Kite. (ages 5 and up)
South Lobby (Gallery 108)
Design your own Hachimaki-traditional head gear worn by Asian kite flyers. (ages 5 )
Build an Anemometer. This instrument will help you measure wind speed before you fly a kite. (ages 8 and up)
Make a Vietnamese Dragon Puppet. Celebrate the importance of dragons in the Vietnamese culture. (ages 5 and up)
America by Air (Gallery 102)
Build a flying leaf like those used by ancient Indonesian fishermen. (ages 5 and up)
Color Thai Fighting Kites (ages 3 and up)
Pioneers of Flight (Gallery 208)
Look through a telescope!
Outside in the Public Observatory (east patio outside of McDonald’s)
Time noon – 3 pm
Wright Kite Discovery Station – Interact with Museum staff to find out how Orville and Wilbur Wright used kites to help them invent the airplane.
Wright Brothers (Gallery 209)
Times to be determined