Dr. Beatrice Batnag Donofrio holds a Bachelor of Science in Education and Home Economics degree from the Philippine University of Teachers, Manila, Philippines and Masters and Doctor of Education degrees at Teachers College, Columbia University through a fellowship provided by the Episcopal Church of the U.S.A. Her professional work consists of teaching grade school children in the Philippines and in New York City. In addition, she taught at the City University of New York; started the Academic Development Department of one of the campuses of the University of Maryland; started the same Academic Development Program and Bilingual Teachers Education Program, through a Federal grant, in one of the campuses of the City University of New York. The “tribulations” of retiring has allowed her to write self-improvement books supportive of acquiring funds to assist with food for hungry children and scholarships for needy children. She co-authored a book with Dr. Lawrence Wheeler titled: “1000+ Indigenous Tasty Cuisine of 23 Asian Countries, Comes with Food for Thought” (Purchase this Book and You Help Feed Hungry Children). Mr. Antonio R. Batnag Donofrio is fi nalizing his studies in the fi eld of Computer Science. In addition, he immerses himself in collecting fi lms and magic tricks which interests children. His fascination with Asian cuisine, music, and literature started with his early visits to the Philippines, China, Hongkong, and Japan during the 1980’s, 1990’s and 2005. In addition to this book, he has authored a children’s book titled: “G-String Cordilleran Revelries: Fairy Tales Retold for Centuries to Teach Life’s Family Values, and Basic Reading Skills with Simple Magic Tricks and Indigenous Forms of Entertainment”.
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