War and Forgiving

War and Forgiving

Is it possible to forgive the unforgivable, like war crimes? Find out how one Philippine president dealt with this question.

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Martial Law Stories: Escape to Sabah

Martial Law Stories: Escape to Sabah

Find out how the family of the late Sen. Raul Manglapus and some friends escaped the clutches of the Marcos dictatorship.

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A Visit to the MacArthur Memorial

A Visit to the MacArthur Memorial

Where to find mementoes of the Old Soldier who never died but just faded away.

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The Happy Home Cook: Adobong Kangkong with Talong

The Happy Home Cook: Adobong Kangkong with Talong

Our parents and grandparents often told us stories about how food was cooked during the years of World War II in the Philippines from 1941 to 1945. Ingredients and food supplies were scarce. Dishes needed to be cooked quickly. Vegetables grown in backyards were used for quick meals. Kangkong or water spinach was often a main ingredient. This Adobong Kangkong with Talong is an improved version of what mothers used to cook back in those days.

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PACE, A Critical Link in Filipino American History

PACE, A Critical Link in Filipino American History

Find out why the Philippine American Collegiate Endeavor (PACE) and its leading role in the 1968 SF State College Third World students’ strike was a groundbreaking event in Filipino American history.

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Martial Law Stories: I Did Not Have a Campus Romance

Martial Law Stories: I Did Not Have a Campus Romance

Unrequited love in the time of living dangerously.

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Oh How I Miss Manila Mahjong

Oh How I Miss Manila Mahjong

The author indulges in nostalgia for one of Manila’s favorite pastimes.

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The Happy Home Cook: Pansit Molo (Meat and Shrimp Dumpling Soup with Shiitake Mushrooms)

The Happy Home Cook: Pansit Molo (Meat and Shrimp Dumpling Soup with Shiitake Mushrooms)

This isn’t the only way to prepare pansit molo, and this recipe intentionally does not dictate how much seasoning one should use, the exact method of preparation, or the precise results. Cooking is a deeply personal thing and we should treat it as such.

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The Joy of Kuwentuhan

The Joy of Kuwentuhan

For Filipinos, kuwentuhan is more than just shooting the breeze.

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[PARTNER] The Annual Filipino International Film Festival (FACINE) in San Francisco Celebrates Its 25th Year

[PARTNER] The Annual Filipino International Film Festival (FACINE) in San Francisco Celebrates Its 25th Year

October 19-21, 2018 at the Roxie Theater, San Francisco

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