Martial Law Stories: Remembering

Martial Law Stories: Remembering

A journalist remembers her days underground and the courageous people she worked with.

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From Coffee to Pollo Con Chocolate

From Coffee to Pollo Con Chocolate

There is a story in every dish, history in every bite.

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Death of an Army

Death of an Army

What’s the death of an army like? Survey the scenes of Filipino and American defeat at the Bataan peninsula.

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The ‘Indio Hacendero’ of Angono

The ‘Indio Hacendero’ of Angono

Learn about a little-known story of cultural accommodation and land disputes in Spanish Philippines.

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That Jesuit Bell

That Jesuit Bell

Find out the story behind an ancient bell, thick with green patina, enshrined right at the entrance of Robinson’s mall on Padre Faura Street.

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Early Filipinos on Mare Island

Early Filipinos on Mare Island

Find out how a California island for ship-building led to the founding of one of the earliest Filipino communities in America.

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Portrait of History as a Filipino Family

Portrait of History as a Filipino Family

Through this brief history of one Filipino family, one may gather intriguing insights into the evolution of Philippine society in the 120 years since the Philippine Revolution. 

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The Link Between Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and the Philippines

The Link Between Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and the Philippines

There’s more historical interaction between Filipinos and Australians than meets the eye.

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When Bulosan Met Quezon

When Bulosan Met Quezon

Find out what President Manuel Luis Quezon asked Carlos Bulosan to do when they met in Washington, DC.

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Your Favorite Stories for 2018

Your Favorite Stories for 2018

Rock stars, martial law and food dominated Positively Filipino's most-read stories of 2018. In case you missed them or you want to enjoy them all over again, here's the Top 10 list.

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