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Bayanihan 2012 - Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Dubai
Filipino Community Celebrate its "BAYANIHAN FESTIVAL 2012" in Dubai which held on Megabowl, Zabeel Park which participated by different groups of Filipino Communities. Its a 1 day festivities that consists of games, entertainments, dancing, singing and live bands.
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Caricate: 29/01/2012
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