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my girlfriend is filipino and this gave me a good laugh. I will for sure avoid the cholocate soup at the next family gathering. thanks!
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That's not only funny, it has much truth!

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this is a nice article. this our(filipinos) history.
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Thanks, was looking forward to such info, what took you so long for sharing it. Hope to see such informative stuff in future as well.
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OMG i went to a friends party who was fillipino and there was a piano, lots of food, and his sister is a nurse. There did happen to be about 30 people there however. Great Find haha
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I actually love the fact that they take their shoes off! I am not Asian at all but I always do that. Drives everyone crazy! lol!
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I miss that kind of gathering. When i was still young, whenever there's someone who will leaving for abroad or just came back from somewhere outside the country you can expect that there will always be a huge gathering and all the relatives are invited.
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marilyn ruiz arzaga [Visitor]
I also have a grandfather named Modesto Cabel Arzaga-from san nicolas ilocos norte- I wonder if your Dad Eulalio Arzaga were brothers? My grandfather also fought side by side with the americans world war 2.

Anyways- am making our genealogy perahps you can add up to the arzaga family tree.

Rgrds, marlyn
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In response to: What the #@^!* is TISOY?

Blake [Visitor]
Great job in explaining what Tisoy mean. Honestly, being filipino is not a race is more of a nationality. I say I'm filipino even though my features are more caucasian: Light brown wavy/curly hair with green eyes. People are always puzzled but you just never know what comes out. I always tell them it's recessive genes. But you're right, I don't need to prove myself on being Filipino. Both my parents are from Philippines and what matters is if you love the culture and know the language. We should be proud because we prove to the whole world that we do exist! And we don't al look a like. Keep it up.
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Aunti Lil [Visitor]
Thank you Joseph for your heart felt emotions expressed for my mother-in-law Ann. She was a beautiful soul and I too miss her dearly and think of her often. I know she was very fond and proud of you and enjoyed your family as much.
Thank you for being such a good nephew. I thank God for you each day.
Love & miss you,
Auntie Lil
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In response to: Road trip with the family

Aunti Lil [Visitor]
I'm so happy and thrilled that you got to take your new family back to your roots. I love Oregon too ever since Tessie & I visited you there back in 2001. I'm so glad that you grew up in a beautiful state with a beautiful adopted family. It's all good. We love you Joseph.
Love,
Auntie Lil & Uncle Dan
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Beverly Horttor [Visitor]
So sorry we missed seeing you. Your story reminded me of how old I really am as could not imagine doing that much in 13 days.

So glad you had a safe and interesting trip with so many firsts for your family.
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Carol Arzaga Milloy [Visitor]
Joseph Trey dear, I really enjoyed seeing all the great vacation photos! Oregon is a beautiful state and you're a great photographer! I loved seeing pics of Libby, Ed and ZB, and you with Grandpa, Brandi, and Andrea! I appreciate all the hard work you did in putting this website together and thanks to Aunt Lilly forwarding them to the other aunts, I found this to be quite enjoyable! Love you, your favorite Aunt Carol : D
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Rachelle [Visitor] · http://www.simplymomtastic.com
You remind me of the good ol' days in Mia Tuan's class discussing race and ethnicity. Hey, what about us who aren't even "Tisoy"...less than half...not even a Hybrid. :)

I have to say, however I'm cool with being a mutt. :) Tlingit, Hawaiian, Scottish, German, English, Norowegian, Portugese....etc.
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Dad [Visitor]
The important thing is not knowing what a Tisoy is or even that you know the meaning of Tisoy, but that your long search for "self" has been realized as evidenced by the rational thinking your demonstrate. You have succeeded in a journey that many people, to their detriment, fail to begin. Watching you develop from a small boy to a man of mature thinking has been one of the highest privileges of my life time. Thanks for being you. I love you. Dad
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Beverly Horttor [Visitor]
Joe, that is a beautiful story and thank you for sharing it.

Since I know both your birth mother and mother who adopted and raised you, I know you are very blessed to have so much love.

As I read your memorial thoughts I felt you had a true sense of peace.

Much love to you and all your family.

Your proud 5th grade teacher and family friend.
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