Seven of the Bay Area's most well established disc jockeys took part in a panel discussion Saturday on the importance of local Filipino-American DJs, how the scene has changed over the past two decades and the role young DJs can have in revitalizing the scene.

The panel discussion took place at the San Mateo County History Museum in Redwood City as a part of the museum's exhibit entitled,

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