Gayang: Igorot Folklore Goes to the Comic Book

Gayang: Igorot Folklore Goes to the Comic Book

You can now learn about mythical Igorot creatures from a comic book

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Chefs with Hearts of Gold Make Good in Hong Kong

Chefs with Hearts of Gold Make Good in Hong Kong

Meet intrepid husband-and-wife caterers Dennis and Anouska Villanueva of Hong Kong.

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Forgive Us Our Signs 14

Forgive Us Our Signs 14

The signs are everywhere, on the streets and on your feed.

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the Happy Home Cook: Swabeng Spareribs

the Happy Home Cook: Swabeng Spareribs

Another sizzler from the soldier’s kitchen

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A Brief History of Woke

A Brief History of Woke

Find out where the term “woke” came from and what it signifies.

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Bhelle and Yeye: Love That Binds

Bhelle and Yeye: Love That Binds

When deep affection develops between a Filipina caregiver and her elderly employer.

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Pinoyspotting: Filipinos? In Papua New Guinea?

Pinoyspotting: Filipinos? In Papua New Guinea?

Meet Filipinos who found home a faraway island in the southwestern Pacific.

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The Happy Home Cook: Pasta with Crab Paste - Taba ng Talangka

The Happy Home Cook: Pasta with Crab Paste - Taba ng Talangka

Traditionally, we enjoy taba ng talangka on steamed white rice and sprinkled with kalamansi, the Filipino lime. This time, I went a step further and added the savory crab paste to pasta, sprinkled the citrus and garnished it with tart slices of green mango. The results were amazing and it was an easy dish to put together.

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Watch Out World: Anne del Castillo, NYC Mayor’s Media and Entertainment Czar

Watch Out World: Anne del Castillo, NYC Mayor’s Media and Entertainment Czar

Meet the Filipina Commissioner of New York Mayor Bill de Blasio’s Office for Media and Entertainment (MOME).

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Eskabo Daan: Filipino Martial Arts for Kids

Eskabo Daan: Filipino Martial Arts for Kids

Learn about a kid-friendly Filipino martial arts training course

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