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Kuya Geo

The Roots of Seattle's Filipino Community

Kuya Geo

The Roots of Seattle's Filipino Community

3m 46s

In this episode of our Kuya GEO series, George "Geo" Quibuyen explores the history of the Filipino community's presence in Seattle's Historic Chinatown International, known to some as Filipino Town.

3m 46s

The Roots of Seattle's Filipino Community

In this episode of our Kuya GEO series, George "Geo" Quibuyen explores the history of the Filipino community's presence in Seattle's Historic Chinatown International, known to some as Filipino Town.

3m 10s

Kuya GEO: Zig Zag Generations

A look at the history of the Filipino community's presence in Seattle's International District and the efforts to preserve and cultivate Filipino spaces and culture.
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3m 54s

Meet Kuya Geo: A Filipino-American Twist on Seattle Culture

TV-14

George Quibuyen, a first-generation Filipino-American raised near Puget Sound, is co-founder of the hip hop duo Blue Scholars and a writer, musician, rhymer and restaurateur. Kuya, meanwhile, is a Filipino term of respect for a "brother" or "cousin," from whom one is likely to receive wisdom. In this video series, GEO will give a regular take on identity, music, food and urban culture.

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