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Guam celebrates International Day of Happiness

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - The island and the world celebrates the International Day of Happiness today, meant at creating a happier society and helping others choose positivity and happiness.  The public is encouraged to visit the Acts of Happiness Wall at the Guam Premier Outlet food court in Tamuning tonight until 9pm. Residents and visitors alike can stop by and share what makes them happy and dozens of people will be participating in random acts of happiness around the outlet mall. 

There will be entertainment, laughter yoga, balloons, and cupcakes.

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