Is the Spirit of People Power Gone Forever?

Is the Spirit of People Power Gone Forever?

It was supposed to be a celebration of EDSA 1986. Instead, there was gridlock and disenchantment. 

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This is American History

This is American History

Why is Filipino American history not considered a part of American history, a poet asks.

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Let’s Get Digital

Let’s Get Digital

The City of Pines is now the seat of one of the Philippines’ premier digital arts schools.

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Thriving in the Dust Bowl

Thriving in the Dust Bowl

How a Filipino couple brought good coffee and happiness to Guymon, Oklahoma.

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Girlhood Interrupted

Girlhood Interrupted

A woman is shadowed by doubt and anxiety as she works abroad to support the little daughter she left behind. 

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You Can Go Home Again

You Can Go Home Again

An expat relishes the memory of his beautiful hometown in Bicol.

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Toots Magsino’s Art-Filled Life

Toots Magsino’s Art-Filled Life

Returning to the Philippines from New York, artist Toots Magsino vowed she would only do something if it were somehow related to art.

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Science and Spirituality Go Hand-in-Hand Among Mountain Tribes

Science and Spirituality Go Hand-in-Hand Among Mountain Tribes

Indigenous healing traditions are still strong in the Cordillera.

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Leonor Rivera, a Hero’s Sweetheart

Leonor Rivera, a Hero’s Sweetheart

Jose Rizal and Leonor Rivera’s frustrated love affair has fascinated Filipinos though the years.

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When Filipinos Had Holidays on Ice

When Filipinos Had Holidays on Ice

Filipinos went gaga for the ice show, which later even featured Philippine dance numbers.

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