TAEKWONDO CHAMP IS A DAGUPEÑA–A beaming Marivil Cabaddu, a 36-year old public elementary school teacher, shows the bronze medal she won in the 4th World Taekwando Cultural Expo Competition held in Muju, Korea July 2-7 during a courtesy call on Dagupan Mayor Benjamin Lim. The mayor encouraged Cabaddu to draw up a program for the training of youngsters on the sport to be supported by the city government. (CIO photo)
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