Monica Ong: Capturing Poetry’s Healing Power

Monica Ong:  Capturing Poetry’s Healing Power

Monica Ong’s debut collection, Silent Anatomies, creates a riveting connection of family hierarchy, medical background and creative art.

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Watch Out World: Liza Agbanlog, Canada Housewife Turned Cookbook Author

Watch Out World: Liza Agbanlog, Canada Housewife Turned Cookbook Author

Find out why Liza Agbanlog’s Filipino food website Salu-Salo has become so popular.

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Sinigang Na Isda Sa Miso (Fish in Tamarind Miso Soup)

Sinigang Na Isda Sa Miso (Fish in Tamarind Miso Soup)

This particular sinigang combines the sour taste of tamarind and the salty and rich flavor of miso. The addition of mustard leaves completes this tasty and flavorful soup.

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The Battle of Manila, WWII

The Battle of Manila, WWII

The carnage and destruction that engulfed the City of Manila when American troops liberated it from the brutal Japanese imperial forces during World War II.

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My Cousin, the Biz Wiz

My Cousin, the Biz Wiz

Find out what makes Plantation Bay Hotel & Spa CEO Manny Gonzalez run.

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Juan de la Cruz Goes to the Theater in America

Juan de la Cruz Goes to the Theater in America

A Who’s Who in Fil-Am theater

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The Happy Home Cook: Instant Pot Guinataang Sitaw at Kalabasa

The Happy Home Cook: Instant Pot Guinataang Sitaw at Kalabasa

As the holidays are fast approaching, you can avoid overloading the stove-top or oven when preparing several dishes at the same time for your family gatherings. Now you can prepare the classic Filipino Guinataang Sitaw at Kalabasa in the Instant Pot or any multi-cooker brand in minutes.

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Farewell to Filipino Writer Alberto S. Florentino, 1931-2018

Farewell to Filipino Writer Alberto S. Florentino, 1931-2018

Filipinos lose another literary treasure – the writer Alberto S. Florentino

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Martial Law Stories: Torture

Martial Law Stories: Torture

A Hawaii court found the Marcoses guilty of human rights violations based on nearly 10,000 depositions from abuse and torture victims. The writer Jose “Pete” Lacaba’s account of his excruciating experience was one of them.

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Why Cebuanos Think They're Superior People

Why Cebuanos Think They're Superior People

So you think you’re among the finest people of the Philippine archipelago. If you’re not Cebuano, think again.

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