Question And Answer
1. Who led the 1920 and 1924 strike?
a) Lazaro Salamanca
b) Pablo Manlapit
c) Jose Leborino
2. What year did the first Filipino immigrants arrive in Hawaii?
3. Cockfighting matches are a common sport that the Filipino immigrants would attend. What happens to the losing rooster in the end?
a) the feet is cut off and handed over to the owner of the winning rooster
b) they are honored and revered and kept as family pets
c) sold at market for a fair price
4. Why did the Filipinos go on strike on the sugar plantation?
a) because they were not being paid the same wages for doing the same work as other field workers
b) because they wanted to get fired
c) for no reason
5. What are the Filipinos known for?
a) being musically talented
b) winning at cross country running
c) their reputation in professional basketball
6. Filipinos are know to be the best ______ of Asia?
7. What is one of the Filipino traditions?
a) doing the "money dance" at weddings
b) attending o-bon festivals in the summer months
c) celebrating New Years by eating moon cake
8. Filipinos in Hawaii were known to attend ________ churches in the past.
a) Roman Catholic
c) Jehovah Witness
9. Did the Filipino immigrants trust the banks?
a) yes, in fact many became bank owners
b) no, they stashed money away in secret hiding places
10. Which ethnic group is not Filipino?