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PSC signs agreement with Filipino-Chinese federation

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Philippine Sports Commissioner commissioner Matthew “Fritz” Gaston, representing PSC chairman Richard Bachmann, recently signed the memorandum of agreement (MOA) between the Filipino-Chinese Amateur Athletic Federation (FCAAF) and the government’s sports agency.

Also present during the signing were FCAAF founding president and chairman Jimmy Tan, its president Natalie Sia and its board of directors. Entering its 36th year, FCAAF continues to develop young talents and strengthen the relationship between the Filipino and Chinese community through sports.

The FCAAF is the biggest group of Filipino Chinese schools nationwide with a serious sports development program for the youth in sports like track and field, basketball, swimming, badminton, golf, and table tennis, among others.

PSC commissioner Fritz Gaston (seated 2nd from left) and FCAAF president Natalie Sia (seated 3rd from left) take a photo with the officers and members of the FCAAF after the MOA signing last April 29 at the Philflex in Pasay City. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

It is also one of the formidable partners of the PSC.

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